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tion? - twenty -live renin per nqur .re lor every hiibaequnit in
sertion?lifty cents per wjnar t alternate insertions. A
libwraldeduction to yearly adve Itinera. _____
Editor qf the N ational Whigt
STATES, Hie COURTS of the DISTRICT and of the
And rlnima for npoliittions uj ,'siimt the Republic of Mexico
be fort thm Hoard of Couirnim tinners eafablithetl by the Act
V... , ~
uf'MMurchy II
tions, I
AS AUENT in proc urine letters patent for Inven
tions, from the United State i, und from Foreign Govern
AND EXECUTES any bu ?incus requirinf the prcnence
or attf u lion of couusel or a (cut at the seal of Government
Refer to the Hon IIknry Johnson, late Senator, and the
Hon. S. W. Down*, and H' mi. 1'iukhk Soui.k. "Sen a turn of
the United Stalex from the I itatr of Louisiunia, und the Sen
turn of the l/nitrod Stuteaj rum the other State*.
FICE, Ptntaylvaniu arc. tut. mar IB?dislffcw
Ilureau qf Construe! ion, Equipment, and Repair,
May 22, 1849.
S BALED PROPON ALS, endorsed "Proposal*for
it urn/ supplies," (i laming the yurd for which the
otter is made,) will be received at this Bureau until
3 o'clock, P. M. of th :30th June next, for furnishing
and delivering, under conlruct,ut tliurespecliveNuvy
Yards hereinafter no med, the several articles speci
fied in this advertif etiient. One-fourth part of all
the articles required at each of said navy yards, com
prising a due propor tion of each kind, must be deliv
ered on or before th e fir?t of September next ( one
oilier fourth part oi , or before the first of December
next; one other foil rth pari on or before tho first of
April; and the res! due on or before the thirtieth of
June, eighteen hu ndred and fifty; and, in case of
failure to furnish a nd deliver the articles within the
time and in the pi oportion specified, the Bureau or
the respective coi uniandants of saia navy yards to
have the right to . lirect purchases to bomade to sup
ply any deficient" i, and the contractor and his sure
ties to be liable ii i twice the contract price.
Proposals mus t provide for furnishing and deliver
ing, on like ler, ns and rendition*, any additional
quantity of tho articles contracted for that may be
required at eitht r of the said navy yards before the
expiration of th a fiscal year ending on the said 30th
June, I8S0, on i iftecn doys' previous notice from the
Bureuu or the < :ommandunl of the yard where thu
articles are reqr ilred.
Persons ofli- ring for moro than one yord must
mako separate and distinct proposals for the supply
qf each, l.eepin g the classes qf articles' separate, anil
embracing the vhole quantity qf all the articles enu
merated ill the class. The cost of euclr item must
be distinctly c irried out, and the aggregate of each
class correctly footed up, which Is material to a fair
comparison ol bids. An erroneous extension or an
erroneous agg rugate will constitute an informality,
and the bid w ill not be considered.
No extensii in of time for deliveries under any con
tract will be g ranted, and penalties for nojifulnlment
will In ?II cas :s be rigidly enforced; bidders are there
fore requested . to ofler for no more than they are sure
they can furn ish within the time specified.
All the arti< lies must be of the very best quality,
conforming t< > samples which will be exhibited on ap
plication to tl le commandant of the yard at which
they are to be delivered. They must be In good or
der and condl tion, in suitable vessels or packages, as
the case may be; all vessels, urtlcles, and packages
to be subject to the Inspection of the yard where they
are received, ind be in all respects to the satisfaction
of the coming ndant.
Approved i itircties in twice the estimated amount
will be requir ed In the manner set forth in tho form
of contract, n nd ten per centum in addition will be
withheld fron ? the amount of each payment us collat
eral security for the faithful performance of the con
tract. Ninet f per cent, of each delivery will be paid
by the Now Agent within thirty days after the ore
Hcntation of a pproved bills, in triplicate, bv the com
mandant of .lie yard at which the deliveries are
Kvery ofli r must oc accompanied by a written
guaranty (th' ! responsibility of the guarantor or guar
antors to boi :nrtified by a Navy Agent or other offi
cial person, ? ir by some one known to the. Bureau)
that, if the c Jler be accepted, the bidder or bidders
will, within live days after tho receipt of the con
tract ai thA post office designated, execute the name,
with good a nd sufficient sureties, to furnish the arti
cles propose d, agreeably to the terms specified In litis
advcrtlscinr n', and which may be embodied in the
contract. ' The law of 10th August, 1R46, forbids the
considerate >n of all proposals not accompanied by
such guara aty.
Bidders ?.re particularly cautloncd to endorse their
oferi as a bove required, that lliey may bo distin
guished from other business letters, in order to pre
vent their l?cing opened before the proper time.
All otters not made ir\ strict conformity with this
advertisement In every particular will bo rejected os
informal. Those whose offers are accepted will bo
duly notified, and contracts forwarded without de
Persons offering arc directed to designate the post
office through which they desire to be addressed and
the navy agent to whom the contract nhall bo stmt
for execution.
Washington, Mat , 1840.
I hereby agree to furnish and deliver, at the Navy
Yard at , in conformity with the requirements
ul the advertisement from the Bureau of Construc
tion, Equipments, and Repair of the 22d May, 1849,
the several articles embraced in classes one und two
fur that yard, to wit;
Clash No. 1.
lbs. white lead at ? cents . . A
lbs. lampblack at ? do .
lbs. red lead at ? do ...
Ihs. litharge at ? do ...
Class No. 2.
gallons sperm oil at ? cent,
? lbs sperm candles at ? do
Very respectfully, A. B.
To Com. Chari.ks W. Skinner,
Chief of the Bureau of Const'n, Sic., Washington
We the undersigned, residents of , in the
.State of , hereby guaranty that in ease the
foregoing bid of oc accepted, that will,
within five days alter the receipt of the contract at
the jiost-ofiiee designated, execute the same, with good
and sufficient sureties, to f urnish the supplies embraced
in said bid in conformity with the terms of the adver
tisement under which it was made. A. B.
C. I).
I hereby certify that, to the best of my knowledge
and belief, the above-named guarantors are good and
sufficient. E. F. J
navy yard, chari.f.stown, mass.
Class No. 1?Iron.
6,000 ihs. 1A inrfh round iron per pound
8,000 do 1 do do ,1,,
4,000 do 3 do do ,|0
1,000 do j do da do
2,000 do a do Ai. <1?
1,000 do i ,1,, Ju. <|,|
500do5.lb,|u *.
300 do .1 ?kh do
300 du 3.16*, do d,,
S.aiftdoOby 2 inch flat do do
?,000 do I by j do do do
'J.OOOdoSjbyJdo d<j do
1,000 do 8 by J do A do
'2,000 do 3 br ? dq ? do
to do
?JJJJ dij Nitsak sheet bun do
IjWW do HiMaia or Kwefe* nail rod* do
1,Q0B do do do spike rod* ? by A inch do
36,600 pounds
All the iron to be of the best American manufaHnrr,
Class No. 2? Copper
500 lbs. 64 OS. braziers' copper sheets A by 3 ft p. lb.
5UU do &4bz. do do do
1,000 do 34 or.. do do do
1,000 do 33 oi. do do do
3,000 pound*
500 sheets .'12 oz. hot rolled sheathing copper
intimated to weigh 4,700 lbs per lb.
500 sheets 34 ox. hot rolled sheathing copper,
estimated to weigh 5,000 lbs per lb.
100 sheets 1H oz. hot rolled shnathing copper,
estimated to weigli 500 lbs |>er lb.
100 sheets 22 oat. hot rolled sheathing copper,
estimated to weigh GOO lbs . per lb.
All the nfieet copper must have straight edges and
pquarc ends and be of parallel widths.
Clahs No. 3?Hardware.
5 coopers' axes per sample, each
5 coopers' adzes do do
5 broad axes, handled do do
10 narrow axes, handled do do
2 hollow adzes do do do
2 carpenters' adr.es do do do
25 bradawls do do do
25 awls do do do
3 braces and bitts, (48 bitts) do do
2 iron do (20 bitts) do do
5 1 )earborn's balances to Weigh 501bs do do
100 M iron brads 1] to 14 inch do per M
20 do Kandall's patent brads do do
2 sets firmer chisels Mo 2 inches
. each set, handled do per set
2 sets socket chisels j} to 2 inches
each set, handled do do
10 carpenters' compasses do each
2 coopers' callipers do do
2 mast callipers do do
2 large butchcicleavers do do
3 small do do do
250 lbs 4 inch iron chain do per lb.
250 do 7-10 do do do
250 do ?{ do do do
250 do i do do do
250 do ? do do do
6 dozen line saw files, (Graves U. Son's) per doz.
12 do 4 inch hand-saw tiles do do
12 do G do do do do
12 do 7 do do do do
1 do rat tail files do do
2 sets firmer gouges \ to 2 inch,
handled ner sample, per set
2 sets socket gouges j) to 2 incn,
handled do do
3 steel tongued bevils do each
3 bung borers do do
3 tap borers do do
6 dozen brass buttons on plates do per dozun
50 lbs. copper burrs do per lb.
50 do cut copper rivets do do
10 brass cocks do do
3 coopers' crows do each.
2 glazing diamonds do do
3 brass dividers do do
6 dozen brass escutcheons, assort, do per doz.
2 do spike gimlets do do
2 do nail gimlets do do
G fish kettles do each
20 stew pans, assorted sizes do do
10 frying pans do do
20 bake pans, assorted sizes do do
20 uoppur teakettles, G quart do do
20 iron tea kettles do do
4 carpenters'guages do -do
100 lbs China glue do per lb.
3000 tenter hooks do per M.
12 butchers' knives, 12 inch do each
G cheese do 10 do do, do
100 fishing hooks, assorted do do
12 broad hatchets do do
24 claw hammers do do
3 wrench hammers do do
4 dozen pair 4x4 inch heavy brass butt
hinges, with shifting pins per dozen
3 dozen pair 3x 2A inch heavy brass butt
hinges, with shifting pins do
G dozen pair 2 \ x 2 inch heavy brass butt
hinges, with shifting pins do
8 dozen 2 x 1 ij inch heavy brass butt hinges do
1 dozen 4 inch brass door hooks
and eyes per sample, do
1 dfozen 6 inch brass door hooks
and eyes do do
2 dozen iron butt hinges, assorted do do
5 gridirons do each
5 griddles do do
5 iron ladles do do
2 waffle irons do do
2 iron pots do do
1 doz. secretary hinges with springs do per doz.
10 tinder boxes ami steel do each
8 shoe knives do do
G drawing knives do do
G pallet knives do do
4 putty knives do do
2 pitch kettles do do
2 hollowing knives do do
2 rounding knives do do
10 sail knives do do
4 gross blank door keys do per gross
2 do blank drawer do do do
12 mortice doors (Nashua,) with
mineral knobs do each
10 dozen 3-inch iron tumbler pad
locks, 12 kinds of keys to each
dozen do per doz.
5 dozen 3-inch brass tumbler pad
locks, 12 kinds of keys to each
dozen do do
G doz. 4-inch iron cupboard locks, do do
12 kinds ol keys to each dozen do do
1 doz. G-inch iron closet locks, 12
kinds of keys to each dozen do do
25 papers sewing needles, assorted do per paper
2000 lbs. iron cut nails, 4d to 40d,
equal quantities each size do per lb.
1000 lbs. wrought iron nails, Gd to
12d, equal quantities each size do do
GOO lbs. cut copper nails, 4d to 20d,
equal quantities eajcli size ? do do
200 lbs. iron finishing nails, 8d and
lOd, equal quantities each size do do
4 M scupper nails do per M
10 M J clout nails do do
G short jointer planes do each
3 long do do do
G jack planes do do
3 grooving planes do do
2 pairs match planes do do
3 astripl planes per sample, each
4 moulding planes do do
4 bead planes do do
3 plow planes do do
3 coopers' block planes do do
1 coopers'jointer long do do
1 coolers' jointer short do do
6 spoke shaves do do
3 bucket shaves do do
3 can shaves do do
3 in. shaves do do
1 ream sand paper do per ream.
10 2-ft. rules, single double -jointed do each
10 wood rasps do do
3 guaging rods do do
10 sail rubbers do do
200 pounds iron rivets, assorted sizes do per lb.
10 cast-steel bIiovcIk do each
G spades do do
4 shovels and tong* ? do do
6 Gunter scales do do
G screw drivers do do
G steelyards do do
10 hand saws do do
3 tenon saws do do
2 sash saws do do
2 compass mlws do do
2 wood sav: s> framed do do
2 whip r4wft (pjt) do do
2 crosr saws! do do
2 he-yh0]u an(j pa(j do do
^ '.tovctail saws do do
lbs. patent deck spikes, 4-4]r 5-5},
8-9 In. equal quantities etch l"*nd
per sample P*r lb
4 butchers' steels do each
4 trying squares do .do
4 iron saws . do do
4 saw sets t,'o do
4 brass squares ,|0 do
4 bread sieves (j0 do
4 bread shods <|o do
3 large tin bread scales, with sets weights' do
3 small do' do do do do
3 flat do do do do do
100 M. cop-^r tacks A, 2, 3, and Mitch, ?qual
quantities each size per M.
100 do ti'.med tacks, 7-8 inch do
100 do iron tacks J, J, and ?-inch, epual quanti
ties each size per M.
10 boxes XX tin per box.
bench vices,large ppr sample, each.
2 bench vices, small do do
2 hand vices do do
2 coopers' vices do do
4 sets iron weights, I to 4 pounds pw set.
4 do do 4 to 28 do do
4 do lead do 1 oz. t? 1 pound do
500 pounds sheet zinc per pound.
500 pounds pig zinc do
200 pounds iron sheathing nails do
20 gross 5-8-inch Mo. 5 iron screws per gross.
5 do 5-8-ineh No. 13 do do
10 do 5-8-inch No. 0 do d?
10 do 3-4-inchNo. }? do do
10 do 7-8-inch No. do do
10 do If inch No. G do* do
ft do 1 ^-|noh No. 7 do 4*?
Class No. A?Flax Canvats.
200 lioltft No. 1Hax canvass I*r lJolt'
150 do No. 3 do ?J?
50 do No. 8 do ,?,dl;
Ktnh bolt to be 40 yards in length, and 20 inchc*
wide, according to sample, and subject (o the usual
Class No. 5 ?Ship Chandlery.
per sample, each,
do do
da do
do do
per sample each.
per lb.
50 hickory brooms
100 com brooms
100 whitewash brushes
100 paint brushes, No. 1}
25 sash tool brushes
GO camel's hair brushes
50 hand scrubbing brushes
50 clamp scrubbing brushes
20 long handle tar brushes
20 short handle tar brushes
10 rolls worsted binding, assorted
colors do do
5 pieces while bunting, 40 yards in
length, 18 Inches wide do par pfoce.
ft pieces scarlet bunting, 40 yards
In length, 18 inches wide do do
5 pieces blue bunting, 40 yards In
length, 18 inches wide do do
1 piece yellow bunting, 40 yards in
length, 18 inches wide do
5 silver calls do uv>i.
30 yards blesched cotton, 7-8 wide do pqryard
1 set truss hoops do per set
10 pounds curled hair do
25 sides rigging leather, estimated to
weigh BOO pounds do
10 sides pump leather, estimated to
weigh 200 pounds do
25 sides bellows leather, estimated
to weigh 176 poundti do do
60 pounds lamp wiclc do do
6 gross lamp wick wiro do per gross.
25 chalk lines do each.
10 casks line do do
ti tapo lines do do
60 gallons whale oil per gallon.
30 gallons tar oil do
10 china bowls for water closets per sample, each
25 fishing linos do do
26 pounds seine twine do per pound.
26 pounds whipping twlno do do
20 pounds yellow beeswax do do
20 mounted roping palms do do
20 mounted seumfng palms do do
100 dozen Russia mats, for covering
cordage do per dozen.
3 Turkey oil stones do each.
3 grindstones, estimated at 200
pounds per pound.
100 cast steel scrapers per sample, each.
100 ox hides for rope, estimated (o
weigh 10,000 pounds do per pound.
1,000 pounds No. 1 extra soap do
10 do thread, assorted colors pr. sample, pr. lb.
10 do Bhoe thread do do
200 do tallow do
10 do mop yarn do do
12 bundles coopers' flags, estimated
at 150 pounds do
60 life preservers per sample, each.
1 patent log do do
I cotton seine and bag, 40 fathoms,
18 feel deep
1 cotton seine and bag, GO fathoms,
24 feet deep
100 feet 3-inch leather hose
100 feet 2 1 -2 Inch do
25 yards black cotton velvet
Class No. 6.?Paints and Oils
per foot. |
do j
per yard. |
9,000 pounds pure dry while lead
1,000 do lampblack
500 do red lend
600 do litharge
200 do Yenitian red
3,000 do Spanish whiting
200 do chrome green (woods)
100 do French yellow ochre
75 do sum shellac
10 do Prussian blue
1,000 gallons raw Dutch linseed oil
300 do spirits turpentine
Class No. 7?Oakum.
10,000 pounds oakum (best quality, made from junk) pr. lb.
Class No. 8- Manilla Hemp.
20 tons Matilla hemp, per ton of 2,240 Ibn.
Class No. 9?Stationer!/.
per pound,
per gallon,
60 memorandum books, lante
BO do small
10 blank books. 2 quires
J- 3 do
20 piece* India rubber
60 half pint bottles black ink
10 do do
20 inkstands
I inkstandlxh
10 penknives, each 1 blades
per sample, each
do do
tio do ,
per sample, per piece |
do per bottle i
per ream
00 do foolscap paper do
W do letter do do
f> do envelope do do
2 do blotting do do
60 cards steel pens do
,'K) sheets drawing paper do
ft parallel rulers do
ft round rulers do
ft hat rulera
ft rolling rulers do
20 doxen lead pencils do
600 slate penclla do
2ft camel's hair pencils do
3,000 quills do
10 sandboxes do
30 pounds sand do
10 double log slates do
10 single do do
2 boxes water colors do
10 poun s wafers do
fit) papers Ink powder do
C boxes and pounce no
4 Guuter's acales do
75 bolts red tape do
10 paper folders do
I box mathematical instruments do
10 pounds sealing wax 'to
20 bolts taste do
Class No. 10?FueV.
ft) cords mixed oak wood r - - . ?
2D tons red aah coal per ton of2240 lbs.
Class No. 11?Naval Stores*
1,200 barrels Suffolk tar barrel |
fi0 do pitch
2ft do rosin
10 do turpentine
Class No. 1?Iron, per pound.
n * Square.
| per card
per sheet I
per uor.en j
per hundred,
per 100
each [
per lb
per lb.
per paper
per lb.
per bolt
per cord
2,000 lbs. ft-16 inch
3.000 do 3-8 do
?1,000 do 7-16 do
2,000 do ft do
2,000 do 9-16 do
2,000 do ft dc
2,000 do 11-16
2,000 do "
.1,000 lbs. ft inch
3,000 do 5-16 do
3,000 do 3 8 do
1,600 do 716 do
3,000 do ft do
1,000 do 916 do
3.600 do ft do
1,600 do 3 16 do
2,000 do 11-16 do
4,000 do | do
3,000 do 13-16</?
4,0110 do I do
ft,000 do 1 do
1,000 do 1 10 do
6,000 do 1ft do
2,000 do 1 Iti do
1,000 do II do
2,000 do 1 ft-16 r/o
1.000 do 17-16 do
2,000 do 11 do
1,000 do II do
1,000 do 1? do
2,000 do 2
1,000 * ~
3,000 do -1 uo
Flat Iron, ptr pound.
1.000 lbs. 1 by finch MXJ0 Ibt. 3 by
by I do
by ft 16 do
by ft do
by 1 do
by 5 do
by j do
by 3 16 r/o
by * '
1,000 do
1,000 do I
2,000 do 1
1,000 do I
2,000 do 1
3,000 do I
1,000 do I
1.000 do I
2,000 do 1
2.000 do I
3,000 do la itj
2,000 do \\ by
2,000 do 2 by
2.000 do 2 by
2,600 do 2 bv
2,000 do 2 by
2,000 do 2 by
1,000 do 21 by 1 do
2,000 do 'A by t do
2,000 do 2ft by do
2,000 do 3 by k do
2,000 do 3 by
2,000 do 3ft by
9000 do 3$ by
2,000 do
1JW0 do
3,000 do
1,000 do
l,ft00 do
2,000 do
3,000 do
1,000 do
1,000 do
1,000 do
1.000 do
1,000 do
1,000 do . ...
1,000 do tf b'v
1,000 do 6 by
1,000 do 7 by
2,000 do 9 by
4 by
4} by
4} by
r1' I7
ft by ,
ft by 7-16 do
ft by ?
Ifoop Iron.
80 cwt. two Inch boon Iron, No. 6. yard C'lage^
60 do 1
6ft do 1
60 do I
60 do \
30 do |
10 do I
.'?) do I
20 do |]
:t0 do I
ft do {
whale noop Iron
merchantable hoojt iron
Sheet Iron.
A bundles Russia sheet iron, No. 16
do 10
by the bundle.
;i do 12 do
All the iron to be of the best American manufacture.
Class No. 2.?Copj>er.
260 sheets, say 1,000 lb., I t ox. hot roiled sheathing copper J
per lb
2ft aheets, say 100lbs.: 14 or., cold rolled do
M do each 20, 21,26, 29, 3p, 32, 31. and 40 lbs.
braxler's copper, say in all 1,872 lbs.
dn 60 lb* brazier's copper, say 940 rba.
* ai mi?. nmuT h ni,iFr, hj ?iu ior ?u
i AH the she* copper murt have straight e<lfeeami square
end a|)d be of parallel wWth*. ^
per lb.
per box.
? ?! PLA*8 nnd 'Fin.
2 rolls, ea*h 4, 41,5 ami 7 lbs. milled sheet I?*h
(say liOmllha.)
1,000 pounds India (in
6 botes I C tin plate, 14 by.a)
10 do IX do 10 by I t ,w
'? do SDX do ' Z
H do DXX ,io 1
J lengths Wli i 1,1J, 2,2J inch mill*I lend pipe
(say .lift pound*) 11 JM?r lb
,nS^LABf! \tP; l'?Copper and Connuisiiirm Sail*.
im ^?UjM P?PP*' ?*-UI uail* per lb.
do dn
do tin
35 <'" J1! </?
'.*95 <{.? 0,1 do do
1 inch composition nails
ri do (/o
jf, do tin
3i do tio
inn? _ ^ Class No. 5.?Olass
100 feet 7 by 9 Redford crown flam, double thick
100 do 8 by 10
per foot
100 do 9 by II u? ....
I"! *? !? I;/ do do do
100 do 10 by 14 ,lo
JJJ] *?>' ><y jj <><? .h ,10
M? do 11 by 17 do dn ,i0
100 do 12 by 12 dn ,/u do
188 ? i?Kyf? 1,0 ,to
100 do 12 bv 18 do . do dd
24 lights, flint glasr, lor bowsprit lanterns, per
pattern ncr .;-ht
2 patent deck lights 31 by 9 inches do
12 do
12 tio
h by 9
3A by 1(1
?if by 11
10 do
1 la-inch puteut Rufuiua llgjiu, 11 mcti Uiirk
free from all defecta
4 13-iuch do 1J do do
.. . , , Class No 6 ?Flax Canvass.
00 bolt* No. 1 Max canvoM, 30 inches wide. 40
yards lunjx, sample
60 do
40 do
00 do
per bolt.
Class No. 7.?Cotton Canto**,
10 bolts No 1 cotton canvass, 20 inchea wide 50
t yards long, per aomple
per boll
10 do ?
10 do 10
do cotton, cauvass for cots, 30 inches
wide, 50 yards long fa
do hammock stuff, 42 inches wide. 50
yanls long do do
do bag 42 do do do
M do Russia duck do do
'"J! ({?. R?ven? do light do do
4000 yards twilled bjgging, 39 inchea wide do per yord.
Clash No. 8.? Ticine.
'259 pounds flax sewing twine, 3 thread, sample, pr. pound.
700 do cotton do 7 do do
25 do Heine do do do
25 do whipping do do do
l -hw Clash No 9.?Sperm Oil and Candles.
?WOO gallons pure winter strained sperm oil per gallon, j
| 8000 pounds pure sperm candies per pound. '
Class No- 10'~ Wood.
250 cords sound oak wood per cord.
Class No. 11.?Coo/.
200 tons bent peach orchard Schuylkill coal,
broken and screened
do lump C jmberland coal, per ton of 2210 lbs
Class No. 12.?Paints and Oils.
per pound.
30,000 poiinda pure dry white lead
do J- "
do red lead
do lamp black
do litharge
do yellow ochre
do chrome green
do chrome yellow
i _ .. "" do vermilion
2,000 gallons pure linseed oil, i
750 do
100 do
20 do
30 do
35 do
spirits turpentine
brown Japan
copal varnish
harness do
best coach varnish
do furniture do
per gallon.
Class No. 13.?Leather.
3 sides heavy oiled pump leather (say 150 pounds)
0. ? sample, iter pound.
2.i do best quality W. O. tanned
pump leather, not lens than 30
lb*.per side, (say 750 pounds) do do
m t r,te,ey0he' rc*
10 do buff do do do
10 do white oak tanned sole leather do do
20 do nose leather d
.*> do harness leather, asssort?d thick
100 do best quality sheepskins, dressed
in the wool
, Class No. 14.?ffardirarr
100 pounds, each 20d. 12d, lOd, and 8d
wrought iron boat nails
each fid 5d, 4d, and 3d
eaeh 20d, 12d, lOd, 8d, and fi-l
wrought iron nails
Clinch Iron cut splken
40d iron cut nails -
do each.
per pound.
100 do
, 100 do
do /
20d do
12d do
... lOd do
i 100 do 8d do do
100 do Ad do do *
300 do 4d do do a
100 do 3d do do
?JJ5 12d do brsd-head nails
200 do 8d do do do
100 tio lOd do do du
200 do t?d do , do do
100 do M do do do
10 M ! inch clout nails, wrought iron
10 do I do do do
I do 14 do do do,
20 do 11 do do do
2OrfolJ</0 do do
50lbs4d do do
50 do 6d do do
63 pounds, each. Nos. 3, 5. 6, 7, 8, 9!.10 11, 19.
m u i ? 'J?* ,6' 17, Rnd 18 iron wl?*
M | inch copper cut tacks
3B do I do do dv
10 do i do
5 do I do
do do
do wrought do
5 do | do do do
do do do
5 do |
6 do |
A M *
- ... J do braw (niuk nails
2 sheets bruss, No. 12
per sheet.
J, ,, ,d? I' " 18, If, 30,21, anil S3
*0 M ,1 inch Iron cut brnds
20 do 11 do do
20 do if do do
20 do I do do
10 M I do do
10 do I do do
J? <f? J <>!!? ?lmp lucks
oo do 8 do iron cut do
10 do 12 do do do
15 do 14 do do do
6 '"1'iTS! r*.vf^ "110 3 Mtnplc <7?
'i lrfB ji'nc?l 'ron ^e(' "crpw8?
do do
. do 6-iuch ?? ?? do
i| f ;'Vil,cl,1 lr0" rivet*, 3-8 in. iliam.
i , of,!1 ?'<> fii?
J t ffc'n?h , do . r,.|fl
r? do 13-8-inch do dn
'<;> l| !"c!' do 2
I do 1 Mitch do do do I
i0 19 copper wire,ponn<l
?" do braw wire, aasortcd Nos. 1 to 15 ' 1
12 sets brooM table laateninga, aamplcl^P
o P,a,? for arm chairs do
seta brass wheel fixtures
,i'" '!? bjnnacle braces and fixtures
1 doaen do sash rollers, No 4
? '? i a pa n ued sttihhs and plates
do J inch l>est American iron nadlocks,
assorted keys
JHnc ' I>r<u*dt>
do jU- neh do do do
do S- ocli ,/? d?
do I'-i-inch Block locks
Urass Screws, Gross.
?jple do
do do
do do
5 in
3 4 6 6 7 8 9110 n 12114 16 16 IB 19 ?
l| il
I 21 21 i
1 I! I
l| l| I
21 11 il 1I2I
Iron Scrac*, gross
iron chest locks samp le per do*
j do t
dp , do t
do desk locks do t
do mortice closet locks t
do/.en 4dnch
do 3-inch
da 2^-inrh
do 3-inch
do 6dnch ??
do ?Mnch dn do dn
do 4-inch do do do
do 5 Inch double-faced cupboard locks do
H n?h?Prl*hl ""'ftlr. Incka, | Inch
"lick. brii? ?rr.? ? or knob,
3? inch upright mortica locks, A inch
think, bra*s screws lor knobs do
4 inch mortice knob latches d>*
2& inch cupboard ketches, with keys do
1 do 2' inch iron drawer locks
1 do
1 do
2 do
12 do
12 do
10 do
1 do
1 do
ach d?
2 inch
1J inch do do do
3 inch do do do
3A inch brass sideboard locks do
blank comp'n keys do
do iron drawer lock keys, assorted do
2 inch fiat escutcheons do
2& inch do do
1J inch do do
lj* incli do do
12 Inch do do
11 inch do do
jj in. brass wash kuobN, with screws do
S inch do abutter knobs do
J inch do do do
21 inch mahogany knob* do
2 Inch
1}inch do
U inch do
1{ inch do
1 inch do
I inch do
}Inch do
pairs3 inch
iron butt hinges do
1 do do 4 by 4 inch
I do do 4J by 5 iuch brass do do do
I do do 1 by 4 inch do do do
l do do 3* by 3J iuch' do do do
I do do 3 by 3 inch do do do
1 do do 2J by 2? iuch do do do
1 do do 2 by 2 inch do do do
2 do do fi inch do do do
1 do do 4^-inch do do do
1 do do 4-inch do do do
4 do do 3A-incl? do do do
10 do do 3-inch do do do
10 do do 2A-inch do do do
2 do do 2-inch do do do
3 do do 1^-iuch do do do
1 do do 2 by 4-inch table butts do tlo
1 do do 2A by 5-inch do do do
1 do tlo If by .'14-inch do do do
24 do 3-inch brass eyes, with screws do do
1 do 2J-inch do side hooks and eyes do do
1 do 15-inch do do do do
2 do .'1 inch do tlo do do
8 do 14-inch Vo sido hooks do do
] do ti-inch do cabin door hooks do do
1 do 4-inch do tlo do do
1 do 3-lllch d?) do ?A> do
1 do 24-inchdo do do dj
1 do 3 inch do tlo iamb do do
1 do 2-inch do do. do do do
1 do 5-iuch do barrel do do do
1 do G-iuch do tlo do do do
1 do 4-hlch do do do do do
A tlo 5-inch do square raised bolts do do
t do 6-inch do do do
do 5-inch straight square bolts
1 do ti-inch do bulkhead
2 do 5-inch do
3 do 4-iuch do
2 do 3-inch do
do 4-iuch do
2 do 3A-inch do
3 do {-inch
H do f-inch do
3 do J iuch do
curtain rings
do do
tlo 1-inch do
1 tlo 1-inch do flush do do do
1 do li-lnchrfo do do do
15 yards brass jack chain No. 15 * yard
1 dozen 1? inch straight brass caetors dozen
1 set brass'csc etoire trimmings set
10 pounds best quality sash cord pound
3 brass bib cocks, J-irtch, hem American each
30 do tlo 9-inch do do do
3 tlo do 1-inch do do do
3 rfrtstop rff) 1-inch tltt tin (L\
3 do do ljinch do do do
3 do do 2-inch do do do
3 dozen best S. wood axes, handled samples each
2 do
i do
brad awls, handled do
do carpenters' adzes, handled do
do holiow do do
broad axes do tin
1 do tlo coopers'
f do do t/o adzen do do
!i anvils
3 iron braceo, with 20bitts each
3 wood do 48 bittfl each
G bung borers
G tap borers
I patent balance to weigh 500 pounds
. 2 dozen C. S. carpenters' compasses
1 tlo coopers' do
2 do firmer chisels,assort.,handled
2 do socket do tit do
500 pounds white chalk
G cooper's crows
3 sets drills, with boxes and bows
2 sets dies, letters and figures, g inch
.'Iglaziers' diamonds,best quality
3 pairs brass dividers, for sailmakers
1 cooper's frow
I dozen each, 8,10,12, and 14 in. flat files
I tlo R, 9,and 10 in. round
I do 8,10, 12, and 14 in. $ do
1 do ' :i, 4, 5 and G in. rat-tail
G do whipsaw files
2 do handsaw do
2 do crosscut do
2 do fine saw do
ti do nail gimlets, assorted
3 do spike do
1 do firmer gouges do Hand
1 do socket do
50 pounds glue, best .make, Cooper's
G carpenter's gauges
500 fish hooks, assorted sizes, large
3 dozen best C. S. large hatche;#, handled
G tlo do claw hammers
1 do do saddler's
1 do do coppering
1 do do tin :er'a
A do do screw wrench rfo, 1G in
3 cooper's marking irons
4 do beck irons
2 dozen best quality shoe knives
I do drawing do
I do pallet do
1 do putty do
3 glue kettles, copper do
3 iron pitch kettles
2 doaen best quality sail knives
2 do do butcher do
1 do do cheese dn
1 do iron casting ladles
1 do chalk lines
h do pitch ladles
S. pincers
do ply era
i sand paper
do pound
do pound
do each
do per 100
do dozen
I do
12 smoothing planes, double irons
6 jack do
3 pr. match do
4 cooper's long jointer do
4 do short tlo
3 dozen 2 ft. rules, 4 fold
3 do wood rasps, 11 inch
4 gauging rods
G dozen best C. S. shovels
2 do
best bread shovels
h do best C. $. sheep sheers
A do nairs brass snuffers
1 do nest C. S. squares
10 pounds brass solder
2 iron stakes
3 tinner's edging stakes
3 planishing stakes
G small screw plates and taps
2 tinner's shears
2 do hand shears
2 steelyards, to weigh 250 lbs
2 dozen best quality handsaws
2cro8Scnt saws. 1$ II. long
3 wood saws and frames
3 sash saws
G panel saws
12 compass saws
2 keyhole sawsaudfpads
12 tenon saws
2 dovetail saws
1 spoke shaves, assort.
3 Turkey oil stones
2 grihdstones
2 patent saw sets
3 brasH squares, tor suit manors
12 scale beams,
G butcher's steels
3 tape lines ol 100 It
21 hand vices
3 small bench vicrs
2 large bench vices
G cooper's vices
6 sets lead weights, 1 oz. to 1 lb.
G sets iron weights, I lb. to 4 lb.
G do do 1 toVM
12 gridirous
4 griddles
G Iron tea kettles
1 fish kettle ?
G frying pans
25 stew pans, assort.
6 waffle irons
3 camp kettles
Clash No. 15?Brushts.
12 dozen best extra whitewash brushes
2 do long handled tar do
4 do short do do
A do varnish do do
ft do painters' dusting do
do pound
OOOt > do
OOO do
Of) do
No. 5 sash tool
clamp scrub
Clar.m No. 1(??Skip Chandlery.
25 barrels rosin
SRI pounds copper hose rivet
lo do do burrn
12 pairs magazine socks
GOO pounds match rope
25 dozen C. S. ship scrapers, iron handle
100 pounds best quality brown soap
G do Ral ammoniac
I barrel c.al tar
100 barrel* best tldn tar
70 do white turpentine ,l0
75 pounds sewing thread, white,red and blue do pound
1e* do shoe do ,1,, .if,
2000 do fallow . Z do
75 do thrums rto do
7000 quills for tubes ,jr ??
200 pounds beeswax (|,
1' do small copper wire, nrr-orf.
40 do black worsted >arn d<
l chin* nnwle and fixtures tvr w^ter closets d
per burrel
sample pound
do do
?lo iwir
do pound
do dozen
do do
2 dozen comp'lt water closet r'tCkS, I Hicn
3000 barrel hoop pol?s, first quality
. 50 bundlescoopers' flags do ham
4000 ? iurh yellow nine deck plugs do M
I 1 U&cU do do do (h
QOO'lJhicli .jo do do do
5 holtw, rar.h IB Inrh, white,scarlet, and blue
hunting ,,u''
5 bolts, *a. 12lneh., white and scarlet hunt'* uo do
? 6 do each 9 inrh. while and srarlet bunt
ins do do
20 boliK, each 4 in. while and scarlet bunt
ing do do
500 best Shaker corn broomH do dozen
?WW) do hickory do do do
1(H) Bristol bricks do each
12 pound sbest quality bristle* do pound
6 dozen rolls green vrorstM binding do roll
100 fathoms .'l-8Tn. nhort link proof chain pound
150 do ft-16 in. do do do do
1110 do 4.16 in* do do do do
i:*5 do .'I-IB in. do do do do
10 yard* bottle (tree* cloth do yard
10 do 24 inch nah" cloth do do
15 do 28 do do do
15 do .10 do do do
10 do 25 do do ? do
500 pounds spun cotton, or caulking do pound
12 boatswain's silver call* do each
D poundH catgut do pound
25 yards Pearuaughl do yard
fi0 do black c?ilk gimp do do
1001) pounds hambroltur*. do pound
1000 do houscliue do do
500 sheets large middle horn do sheet
100 pouuds picked curled hair do pound
6 coast iug lines, 90 (ktlioms, | inch do line
2 dozen cod lines do dozen
2.1. do fishinglinen, 30faths. each, assort. do do
M0 pounds tarred marline do pound
GOO do white do do do
1000 sailinaker's Beaming needles do 100
100 4 thread needles do do
100 gallons lish oil gallon
4 barrels tar oil barrel
100 do pitch d?
25 wood hand pumpa do] each
2 do/.eu seaming and roping palms,
mounted do dozen
Clash No. 17?Stationer;/.
6 expenditure books, each
H letter books,quires, cap size, Abound, sample, each
'.2 dozen 2 quire cap blank book*, do dozeu
1 db 1 do do do do
5 do memorandum do do do
1 do ivorV letter folders, do do
3 caaes mathematical instruments, do caso
6 dozen half pint bottles black ink,Maynard
?fc Noyew, dozen
2 do pint bottles do do do
1 ? do half pUu red do do
6 do papers ink powder, do
a do lukstamls, metal, with covers, sample, do
3 do pieces India rubber. do do
15 reams foolscap paper, faint lined, do ream
10 do regulation do do do do
10 do letter paper do do do
0 do buff envelope paper, do do
2 do blotting uo do do
6 do log do do do
GO sheets elephant druvffiug paper, Whurtindn's.do sheet
21 penknives, 4 blades, do each
1 dozeu camel's hair pencils, do dozeu
500 slate pencils, ' sample, per 100
4 gross lead pencils, A. W. Faber'a best, do per gross
12 dozen boxes ot steel pens, 1 dozeu
and holder in box, nample, pr doz. boxes
12 ivory pounce boxes, fdled with pounce, sample, each
6000 quills, No. 80
6 rolling rules, sample, each
6 parallel do, 2l*inch do Ho
0 round rules do do
0 flat do do do
6 dozen half pint papers black sand dozen
2 do best quality sand boxes do do
U do slates do do
IJ do long (slates do do
1 do (Junter's scales, boxwood do do
12 do pieces red tape do do
GO rolls-silk taste do per roll
6 box?*s water colors do per box
6 wafer seals do each
* 12 pounds waters do pound
10 do sealing wax do do
Clasp No. l.?Zron, jterfb.
016 Inch diameter 20,000 pounds
1516 do do 12,000 do
1 do do 10.000 do
1 ft. 16 do do 10,000 do
1 M6 do do 10,i0l do
1A do do 5,000 do
12-16 do do 10,000 do
6.000 do
2.001 do
si tin do J/mo
2? do do 3,000 do
3j "do do 2,000 do
Total round iron 91,000 pounds
1 by I inrh GOO pound*:
II by \ do 2,000 do
2 by J do 1,000 do
" ' 1.000 do
1,000 do
two 2,000 do
do 2,000 do
do 2,000 do
do 1,000 do
do 1,000 do
:? by 3 do 2,000 do
3 by 11 do 2,000 do
2 b? J d
Hi by 1|c._
ill ?r t d.
Jl by I ill
_ , ... 4000 d..
?I by 11 do I..VKI do
41 by i do l,0r.) do
U by i do I, WO i lo
1f by 7-I'i do '.'.."*10 do
4i by 21 .In I.0IXI do
I? by 9-lCdo M,rmo do
4! by I do 2,000 do
*. by i ilo SjU} do
r. by 716 do i!,n00 do
f> by i ilo 3,000 do
f.J by II do 2,000 do
0 by 2? do 2,?m do
7} by 1 } do 2,S0n ilo
Total flat Iron 48/100 pounds.
Sheet Iron 1 Inch thick, 600 pound*
Do ilo 316 do do W0
l>o ilo J do do 1,000
Total plate iron 2,300
Square iron 3* inch, 1,5(10 pounds
Do do 1" ilo 2.000 do
Do do do 2,000 do
Total square iron, 0,300
All the Iron to be ot the best American manufacture.
Class No. 2?Copper, per pouml
^ inch diameter 20,000 pound*
11-16 do do 25,000 do
} do do 20,000 do
13-16 do do 5,000 do
1 do do 5,000 do
11-16 do do 10,000 do
1 1-8 do do 10,000 do
1 3-16 do do 20,000 do
i; do do 20,000 do
1 5-16 do do 15,000 do
lj do do 15,000 do
I 7-16 do do 15,000 do
II do do 15,000 do
1 9-16 do do 10,000 do
12 do do 10,000 do
1 11-16 do do 5,(KM) do
1J do do 5,000 do
Total bolts coppcr, " 225,000 do
700 sheets of 28 ounce sheathing coppei
1000 do 30 do do
500 do 34 do do
Total weight of sheathing copper, l'J,500 lbs.,
per lb
All llto sluil coppcr must Imvc straight edges I
and square ends and be parallel widths.
Class No. 3?Hardware.
3 dozen 6-inch knob locks,
brass works, with screws,
escutcheon, per sample, per do*.
3 dozen 6-inch dead locks,
with screws, escutcheon do do
4 dozen 4 do double-faced
closet locks,with screws,
escutcheon, do do
2 dozen 3-inch brass pad
locks, do do
3 dozen 7-inch do tank
plates and screws, do do
2 dozen pairs 2-inch brass
flush hooks, eyes and
screws, do do
2 doz. 5-inch sash springs,
eyes and screws, do do
4 doz 3J inch sash springs,
eyes and screws, do dn
4 doz 2!-inch buttons, with
screws rounded, do do
4 gross I [-inch screws, No. 16, do
6 aozen i-inch iron drawer rollers, with
screws, do
100 lbs. fi-penny finishing nails, per lb.
I(KI do H.penny do do
I0O do 10-penny do do
10,000 lbs. pig lead, Ppr lb.
Class No 4.?hlax Cmttn.
33 bolts No. 1, Oil-inches wide and 40 yards long,
by sample, per bolt
184 do No. 2, do do / do do do
2!t do No. 3, do ilo do do do
29 do No. 4, do do do do do
36 do No. 5, do do do do do
130 do No. fi, do do do do do,
19 do No. 7, do do do do do
,'lt dn No b, do do do do do
Claim No. 5.?Col ton Caneon.
2 bolts No. I, 90-inc.li wide, 50 yards long,
by sample, per holt
I-J do No. 9, do do do do di>
lit do No. 4, do do dn do do
J J do No. 5, do do do do do
.'Ml do No. li, do do do do do
.1 do No. H, do do do do do
H do No. HI, do do do do do
14 do cotton hammock stuff, 42 inches wide, 511
yards long, per bolt
13 do bag do do do do do
12 do No. 4, 30 inches wide
1400 yurds twilled flnx ba^gin?, 30 inches wide,
per yard
Clam No. ti.?Ship Chandlery.
100 Ibn. flax twine, per lb
100 do cotton do do '}
do Thrums do
J libls. fish oil, per barrel j
'JO do tar do
40 do p tch do
12 do rosin do * ,,
26 do clear white turpentine do
2700 lbs. clean tallow, per lb.
Class No. 7.?Sperm Oil,
100 gallons best winter strained sperm on, in tight
vessels, per gallon.
Class No. 1.?Iron, (by the pound.)
300 pounds 3-inch round iron per pound
3000 do J do do do
4000 do I' do do do
4000 do 1J do do do
4000 do lj do do do
6000 do 1] do do do
The bar and plate iron for one caniboosc for a
second-class frigate, viz:
Plate iron, weighing about 3400 pounds per pound
Bar do do do 2500 do do
I'lic bar and plate iron for six cambooses for
second-class sloops,, viz :
Plato iron, weighing about 9500 pounds per pound
Bar do do do 8500 do do
Schedules of the dimensions of the plates and
bars for the same to be furnished from the navy
All the iron to be of the beat American manu
Class No. 2?Copper.
30 sheets, or 1,200 pounds, braziers' coppcr, 30
by GO inches and 50 ounces to the foot.
per pound
G sheets, or 350 pounds, braziers' copper, 30 by
72 inches and 60 ounces to the foot
per pound.
All the sheet copper must have straight edges
and square ends and be of parallel widths.
Class No. 3?Hardware, Sfc.
6000 j-inch Randal's finishing brads per M
4000 1 do do do do do
6000 lj do do do do do
!j ream sand-paper, Nos. 1 and 2 per ream.
Class No. 4?Lead and Tin.
1 roll milled sheet-lead, 10 lbs. to the foot, say
500 lbs., ' per pound.
1 roll milled sheet-lead, 8 lbs. to the foot, sav
400 lbs., per pound.
1 roll milled sheet-lead, ft lbs. to the foot, say
250 lbs. per pound.
10,000 pounds English or F.ast India
block-tin do
4 boxes double X tin^ 13} by 17 inches bythc box
3 do single X tin do
Class No. 5?Paints, t,'c.
1000 pounds pure white lead, (dry) per pound
700 do Spanish whiting do do
1000 . do red lead do do
150 do litharge do ilo
100 do Paris green do do
12 do chrome green do do
300 do pure lampblack do do
5 do Chinese vermilion do do
G do Prussian blue do do
120 gallons best American raw linseed oil per gal.
30 do spirits of turpentine do
Class No. G
50 tons No. I American gray pie iron, per ion
of 2240 lbs.
Class No. 1?Round, Flat, and Square Iron.
1000 pounds j inch rotind iron per pound
1500 do 5-16 do do ilo *
2000 do 3 do do do
2500 do do do do
G0(K) do i do do do
4000 do 1 1-lGdo ilo do
6000 do do do do
3000 do 2j do do do
600 do 4 do do do
100O do 1 by ' inch flat iron do
1000 do 1} by j do ' do do
1000 do lj by ' do do do
1000 do lj by j do do do
1000 do 2 by j do do do
1000 do 3 by j d? do do
1000 do 5 by j do do do
500 do G by j do do do
2000 do 1J by j) do do do
2000 do 2{ by jj do do do
2000 do aj by 2 do do do
2000 do 2} by ^ do do do
3000 do 3 by ^ do do do
10011 do 3 j by 3 do do do
3000 do 3j by ^ do do do
2000 do 4 by 3 fa do do
2000 do 4] by J do do do
500 do 5 by ] do do do
1500 do 5{ by J do do do
1000 do G by J do do do
4000 do 5j by j do do do
1000 do 3] by j; do do do
2000 do 5 by do do do
1000 do 5} by do do do
2000 do 5'j by do do do
2000 do G by do do do
1000 do 1,' by \ do do do
1000 do 2 by ^ do do do
1000 do 3{ by 5 do do do
4000 do 5 by i do do do
3000 do 2 by i do do do
3000 do 2^ by I do do do
4000 do 3 by I do do do
1000 do 3*. by 1 do do do
1000 do 5;. by 1; do do do
1000 do G by lj do do do
3000 do 3 by 11 do do do
1500 do 3; by 1? do do do
2(100 do 4 by lj do do do
2000 do fl by l! do do do
1000 do 4 by l| do do do
2000 do .'I by 2 do do do
1000 do 3! by 2 do do do
2000 do 4|. by 2} do do ilo
1000 do J-inch square iron do
1000 do 5-16 do do do
10,000 do 7-16 do do do
10,000 do 9-16 do ilo do
124,100 do
All the iron to be of the best American manu
Class No. 2.?Plate anil Hoop Iron.
1,000 pounds 3-16-inch plato iron per pound
5,000 do ; do do do
1,500 do 9-16 do do do
I'JO^ioiinds iron hoops, 9 feet 7 inches long, 9J in
ches wide, anil ' inch thick do
120 do iron hoops, HI feet I inch long, 2} inches
wide, and i inch thick do
2,00" pounds hoop iron, 1' inch wide, 1-10 inch
thick, not less than 92 ft. long do
1,200 do hoop iron, I inch wide, 4-16 inches
thick, not less than 22 ft. long do
2,000 do hoop iron, 1 j inch wide, 1-lti inrh
thick, not less than 22 ft. long do
All to be of the best manufacture.
Class No. 3~~Rolt and Squarr Coppr..
30,000 pounds J inch bolt copper per pound
20,000 do ; do do do
10,000 do i; do do do
15,000 do 1* do do do
500 do A-16 do square copper rods do
500 do do do do
500 do 11-16 do do do
Class No. 4?Hardic?re,S,-c. r *
G smiths' anvils (from 110 to 150 pounds earli,\
per sample
20doren corn brooms,(copper-wire bound) p do.-.
20 do hickory do p. sample, p. dp?.
12 do 10-knot whitewash bmtihes do do
I do dusting do do
G do iron-bound varnish do do do
19 do 0000paint(.6nepround1do do do
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