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Wimt Union, per MDiim $2 00
SATURDAY HORNING, DEO. 20, 18G2
. If Mr. W. II. II. ALmucn will call at
Jhia office, he will learn something to hit
'jnterest.
Theatre. The attendance at this
pqpular place of public amuiement last
night was ery large. " The Midnight
Watch" a one -act, tragico-comico-farci-co-ai
infinitum a "blood-and-thunder"
story of the French Revolution, with
neither "rhyme nor reason," was' the
beginning of the programme. Ia the
first place, the piece was badly written ;
but the performance was most abomina
ble. We may be in error in our hasty
conclusions ; but if so, we are not alto
gether to blame, for the continual talking
tyat was kept up during the performance,
prevented us from hearing much that
was going on upon the stage. At one
time we thought tho entire audience were
cast iu the piece, and borrowed a pro
Lqramme, when, much to our surprise, we
1 tounnd that a dozen persons could play
the piece with all ease. We were delight
ed when the curtain dropped on the Crat
and only act, and we fondly hope it shut
it from our view forever. The dance by
the lovely Miss Constantine put us in
bciter humor, and we come away with
the conviction that "Faint Heart Never
Won Fair Fady," would prove a decided
success, as was cast with tho full
strength of the company.
To-niaht wo have a repetition of
o
"Richard HI." and "Nature and Tbilos
l"k'" Tbe Wood Sisters alaomako their
1 jpearance. We expect to see a crowd-
th house. It would bo well to secure
; acats early.
Three Steam Boats are advertised in
the Lonisville Journal of yesterday to
leave for Nashville.
See advertisement of "Board Wanted.'
A gentleman is desirous of obtaining
I board for himself and wife, in a private
family. City reference can be given, if
necessary. . For particulars address "A,
: D.," Post-office, Nashville.
;. SPECIAL SALE OF DRY-GOODS,
; AT AUCTION,
BY M. L. ALEXANDER.
v No. 71, Public Square.
i On Monday Morning, at 9Ja o'clock,
r (December 22, 18C2.)
) 1 will sell, without reserve, on Monday
morning next, commencing at 9Jg o'clock
promptly, a large invoice of Fresh Goods,
' ..it r .i IT II J Tt i
i suiiaDie lor me season, xiouiuay i resents,
. and comfort for the million. A rare chance
L 1 to buy goods.- A splendid -lot of new
u I Muslin Delaines, Prints and Dress Goods,
" generally; French and English Shawls,
of superior quality, 100 English Cloaks,
Domestic Flannels, etc. ; Gents' Boots
and Shoes, LadiesMisses' and Children's
1 Boots, Shoes and Gaiters.
.1
Dec20 2t M. L. ALEXANDER.
urnllura and Urocery Auction Sale,
On Saturday morning, Dec. 20th, at
9Ja o'clock, we will sell a large and desi
rable lot of Furniture, Groceries, and i
Piano and two Sewing Machines; also, on
Monday we will sell an extra lot of Fur
nlture, Ac, Ac,
Great inducements will be offered.
B. F. SHIELDS & CO.
Opposite Sewanee House.
Deo. 20-lt.
.
Auction Silk Ortat Bargains. I wil
oil at auction a large assortment of Dry
Goods, Toys and Notions, this morning,
at 10 o'clock A M , at A'i Public Square
'Sale positive.
bec20--lt. M. MARBURG.
( strrlaxe blotter" Notice.
Wanted, a good Woodworkman, and
vFirst Class Black Smith, to work on
AJarrialls, and repairing at Mters, Hunt
& Go's., Market street, near the Square.
Back numbers of all the Weekly Ta
pers and Monthly Magazines, as well as
the current numbers of all Standard Pe
riodicals, can be Lad at moderate prices
V BLAllt & 8NYDKK,
dee. IG.-lw. 29 Cedar Street.
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L Uncuruent MoNay, Gold and Silvku,
p "bought and sold at the Insurance, Ex
change and' Banking Ollice of W. J.
Makr, earner of College and Uaion streets,
Nashville, Tnni ssee. tf.
We had the pleasure' of an interview
with Gens. Thomas and Far this morn
ing. Without disparagement or .neglect
to any of the many patriotic men in the
field, we take pleasure in giving expres
sion to our admiration of, these gentle
men. That they are generals and sol
diers the history of this war will abund
antly attest. But the soldier and gentle
man, the man of authority and plain,
honest simplicity, of ability and gentle
humility, are not qualities purchasable
readily in every market. When found,
it is proper for, and obligatory on, the
people to cherish and respect. General
Thomas is a gentleman and soldier' of
the old school, and wcild have graced
the age of Waohisoton, Green, and Ham-
iltow. He has a great large' face and
head, a noble body, that must contain a
great big heart, full of courage, humanity
and honesty.
Gen. Fry is composed, modest, thought
ful, brave, gentle, kind to a fault, as some
say : not so we. It is a virtue that all
good men love, and all brave men cherish.
If our preaent gifted and accomplished
chief has such soldiers, generally, in his
fine army, it will give confidence of suc
cess, and that success the triumph of law
and our good, glorious, immortal govern
ment. If it does not triumph, then it is
because a just God cannot find traces of
righteousness enough here to command
the preservation of the race. He has
resolved to provide a new and a better
people to live in eonoblo a country, and
to rejoice in such benign institutions.
We were pleased yesterday to see
General Palmer in the city. He is not
only a gentleman of the old-fashioned
kind, but a patriot, soldier, and a pro
found statesman. It is no wonder the
people of his own State praise so highly
such a man. He is so truly the citizen
soldier that we hail it as a pleasure to
meet him. The plain common sense, and
large comprehension of this General is
iiuijr cm'. 'ling, ue nevus uu gum ihvjo
or glittering straps to show the man.
His line genial lace and cultivated mind
are hi:) passports to approbation and
respect.
UX I i:MVH FI IIMXIJIIE S.1I.B.
I will sell, on Tuesday next, Dec. 23,
18G2, at tho residence of Mr. James Mor
ton, on Summer street, South Nashville,
2 doors south of Mulberry, a splendid
assortment of Household and Kitchen
Furniture. This furniture has been used
but a short time.
The Parlor Furniture is elegant. Re
member the Super Super Rosewood Piano.
See Handbills. .
Sale at 10 o'clock.
W. L. ALEXANDER,
Dec 20 3t.
Fresh Abrival. Cala s& Tittsfield
received a large and splendid assortment
last night, by Express, of Birds, Oysters,
Eggs, Butter and Fish. Go around early
and lay in a supply for Sunday. Don't
forgot the place, No. 15 Deaderick Street.
The Boston Poet says a new play has
been brought out in Paris called " 500,-
000 devils." That play has been on the
boards for a good while in this country.
The rebels are playing the devil. That's
what the matter.
That miserable old hypocrite, Jacob
Barker, of New Orleans, banker editor,
conservative, oldgranny and sharper, got
300 votes for Congress, at the late elec
tion in that city. The old humbug is
appreciated folly. We suppose old Bar
ker will now become a sore-headed old
growler.
Late Pafers. We are indebted to
Messrs. Hasdx & Co., Thoosdail, Sm
ALSTON, Blair & Snider, Wk. Collier,
and the Adams Express Co. for files of
late papers.
Headquarters Post, )
Nashville, Tenn., Dec. 17, 18C2.J
General Order No. 6
Ia accordance with instructions from
Department Headquarters, it is hereby
announced that hereafter, in all cases
whore private quarters or warehouses are
required for public use, the assignment
must be made by the Post Quartermaster
having those duties' in charge, who will
notify the owner of the property
of the necessity of taking such quar
Urs or buildings, by a written order,
which shall particularly describe the
premises taken
Any ofliceror other pel son taking pos
session of any quarter or building in
this city or suburbs without written au
thority from fcuch Quartermaster, will
bo severely dealt witu
Uy order of
lrig. lien. liOUT. R. MITCHELL,
Commanding Post.
Captain and A. A. U. lw
" NASHVILLE UNIOII "
JOB ROOMS,
PKIXTEISS' ALLEY, , ,
Jt'tvm thadtrick i Union gtrttls, (vp Stair.)
Our facillt!i Id machinery and good workmen,
enable, u U extent on hort order, in tho highest
tylu of tho art, and
71.
AT MODERATE CHARGES,
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OK
BOOK, rAMPIILET,
AND
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9
I
TTTT.TT ARY ASSES
p0st-CfSce Blanks,
Bills of Lading,
Society Notices,
Funeral Notices,
PROGRAM EVIES,
HANDBILLS,
'STEAMBOAT PRINTING,
OF EVERY BESCllirriON,
RECEIPTS, &C, &C,
ALSO,
State, CoUQly, autl Corporation
PRINTING,
We respectfully Invite a litterul patronage,
knowing (bat our style of workmanship cannot be
exoelled, or our terms competed with.
To Army Officers and Soldiers.
MILITARY BLAEIUS,
8V0II AS
List of Q. M. Stores deliverexl, ic,
Receipts fur Q. It. Stores detivtred, if c,
Fpecial Requisitions,
Final Statements,
DESCRIPTIVE ROLLS,
Quarterly Jitlurn of Chthinrj, tj-c,
Quarterly Return of Ordnance, tjc,
Provision Returns,
DISCHARGE BLANKS,
Enlisted Blanks for Recruiting,
Monthly Company Returns,
OJl-ers' Pay Accounts,
Ac, Ac, Ac,
CONSTANTLY ON . HAND.
aud for sal on tho most moderate terms.
T Wo are ale belter prepared than any other
estallixhment In the city, to execute with the greut
st desiiatca and on moderate terms,
ANY KIND OF
GOVERNMENT PRINTING,
and inwi't respoctfid'y solint others.
main
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Special Telegraph to (ho Kashvitl. Union."
MIDNIGHT DESPATCHES.
Arrival of the Steamship Scotia.
The "London Times'' on Our Late
Elections-
Wreck of the British Steamer San-
ford.
Latest from the Army of the Potomac
Heavy Loss in Gen. Reynolds' Corps.
Federal Victory at Kingston, N. C.
500 Prisoners and 11 Guns Captured.
1
New York, Dec. 19. The Steamer
Scotia has arrived, bringing Queenstown
dates of the 7thinst. The London Timet
thinks the Democratic successes have
rendered our government desperate, and
indications of servile war are apparent.
It States that a prolonged Occupation Of I
New Mexico by the I rench, is inferred.
The cotton famine and distress amsing
therefrom in Franco ie increasing.
Bonds heavy at 7. Consols 02.
m
Cotton one penny higher. Breadstufls
dull.
The Steamer Sanford is ashore near
Corns' Eeef, with eight hundred British
troope oil board.
Gold 82.
Dispaches from the Army of the Toto
mac say that the dead and wounded in
the rear of Fredericksburg were nearly
all stripped and left naked on the ground
by the rebels. The proportion of killed
to that of the wounded is smaller than
that of previous battles.
The loss in General Keynolds' corps d
armee is heavy, amounting to 2,8G0,
The llichmond Dispatch says the rebel
loss at Fredericksburg was 2,500. They
lost Generals Greinr Cobb and minr
lum utiu-ram uregg iuuo, ana many
other field ofTicera. The 3d South Caro-
lina regiment was nearly annihilated.
The 'same paper says that three thou
sand rebels fought the abolitionists at
Kingston, N. C, on the 15th, the rebel
General Evans being compelled to retreat-
leaving the Vandals in possession of tho
, m, i . . I i .1 i
tOWn The report Says that the loss in-
curred during the bombardment has great-
ly lnjureu the town. ue captured live
hundred nrisoners. and eleven nieces of
.,,
ai iiticiy .
The llev. Dr. McPheeters has been or
dered to leavo Missouri, wilhin ten days,
for encouraging rebellion.
Congressional news unimportant.
FROM CAIRO.
A L-'vely Time at Jackson, lenn An
Attack Expected Streets Barricaded lrt
Expedition for Corinth Heavy Arrivals
of Cotton Lieut. Murray Rehel Prts
oners Wanting to Enlist in the Federal
Army.
Telegraphic Correspondence Cincinnati Commercial
Cairo, Dec. 17. Day before yesterday
the people of Jackson, lennessec, were
thrown into a nutter by a rumor of Mor
can's men being in the vicinity. It was
said tne guard was shot at. X hey im
mediately began emptying cars at the
depot, warehouses, etc., of cotton, M0
bales in all, and erected barricades iu
the streets.
The soldiers were put under arms and
artillery stationed. No attack jet. There
is an ample force to proteet tho place.
General Dodge, at Corinth, has sent
another party, consisting of the vth Illi
nois, 81st Ohio, and section of the 1st
Missouri lattery, to overtake Colonel
noddy if possible.
Ihe btu Illinois has arrived with less
than 300 men, including those paroled,
and will proceed to bpnngueld to reor
gam 10,
Boats from Memphis report an uau
sual dearth of news. They all bring
heavy loads of cotton
Lieut. Murray, of Gen. Tuttle's stair,
. . . . . v t,. w, ,,
iS about to go lUtO the Signal Lorns. lie
was wounuoa at Dull uun and liail
III.. IT : 1: r .iti - u
' r " ? ,r'T:" ' ft .a".Z 1
l t ucig ivkivii uis wrisiiuia.
l " i r ,i
..uuiucr . pusunc. rrcoaiiy cap-
lurtu uuiuw, ei)resa ma earncbti uemre 10
take tne oath ot allegiance to the United
States. Enough to form two Companies
annlipd to (ien.ral Tnttlo in fplnirranh in
apptieu 10 UeniTai AUllie 10 leiegrapn 10
Governor Vales to accept them ,and send
tht&i into Union ranks to take vengeance
on those who had forced them into
the Southern army through conscrip
tion. About ono hundred more want to
go north aud work at whatever I hey may
lind to do. Others probably will follow
their example.
K. H. ;SINGLETQN,
STATIONER AfJDj PEnidDlGAt f BEALEDj
SEWANEE HOUSE, COLLEGE STREET,'
IS MOW
BY Mlk AND EXPRESS,'.
rnoM
New York, Cincinnati, Louisville, St. Louis, Chicago,
AMD OTI1IB PLACE?,
mm
ALSO,
Illustrated Papers
T H lil TEADE
DixJ-ljr Oui
HUG EE IDS'
l. YL T G iVLi L E W. Y
cor. College and l'nln st.
rrmia GAU.Eiir is open patly from t
JL A.M. to 5, P.M., where ricture of the uiunt
minnt men may be Men.
PhotOGrrauhs, AlUbrotVDeS.
I W A V A '
MELAINOTTI'KS, I.ETTKHTTPKH, VIONKTTES,
and CAKTKH IMC Vl.SI'i'K, are iualo in tho hiKl.i.il
lyie ol perlectlon.
tUTTh" imblic ura fnp'TlfUlly Invited to vlilt our
Gallery, whiTe all iilcturi mailn aro warriuittd to
give BatlHfxftton, ur n crgo will bo luaile.
Dr. King's Dispensary
rou ntiVArn msrAsrcH.
mi.
rrjpiiabPn KINO, frrr
';' f,:,ir y;"
irmorly of Nbw York, for
'.jfc 7:f 'in im rir yfura or iiuuuvi ,w, hy..
mill Who Il:l8 clcviitJ'd bin H. LI ill t loll to
tlie trentim-tit of P'ivii'o iliseaRei for DO yfain, ll itieix
blTgi-lf, liavinz attended to a nracticfl fur a iimnv
y'rs-uaA cwc l n'"ny tiiniainlii, lm enahied
to curn tt, d f ,,riv, Hnturo, no mattr
l'w u"1 they m:w be f.oin ItijinllciouB uudicil tr.-at-
meiit, or from lu'cluct of their nwn. J r. Kln'e
liisiwnuiry Is No. 1 Deailerick street, between Cher
ry and the Hiiuare, Pecond Htory, whore he cures all
uiHens-'i oi a private nature.
Co orrho' i cured without na'imnus ine.lli In
itilei f irence with buslnos
stricture! of old or recent date effectually cured In
a few days, by an operation which cumeH mi pain
Where a stricture exist health rnnnot be eniilnynd
mines the constitution so much.
I'.rhtina nn fl iai.naA rui.aiHt nin.a m iui'l.li.r tit.il il..r
ny mills, wiui ait me uiseaaei oi tne Bliln, erowm?
ni!..Ut or iad Ireatmeut. can be .U.ctually
cmtt
nveu 10 ""ae, aim an tne ciuieeiiu-'iiceaKrow
I atructive haints of luconiiiiernte youths, ami excess
Ive Indulge!!'- of the passions, a neglect of which
ill undermine the constitution, renderiua; tho sub
ject unlit for business or toclcty, and cuusing prema
ture old aire.
temtles who miT belaboring with any diniculty of
tne womb may rest assured 01 imnicmto relief.
l'orsons resnliiik" abroad, by writing and slatliiK
their case, wltn a lee encloseti, direct to Dr. A. Klnir
Ho. IS3 lieadericlt street, NaHhville, Tenn., will have
the necessary medlciue sent to their address. Olllce
hours from 6 o'clock in the morn Inn until 9 In the
vening "'7 10 '1 14wly
SEEDS! SEEDS!!
V KSTKIIN
j. C K JV O "V.
LANDRETHS
WIKKINTKI) WAIira SEEDS.
(At i'ldladelphla prices,)
Flou-er, field and Grass Seeds,
I'ruit Trtes, Shads Trets and Shrubberies,
or ALL JINKS,
Far lit Implements und Machinery.
SEEDS BY MAIL:
Postage 1 Cent per ounce. Vi- Hrnd your orders,
1". A. SCI I W 11.1,. Seedsman,
No. 4 Kycaniure street, near Pearl
lKieS-rai C1NU1KNAI1, 11.
FOR SALE,
V SPLK'WI) GREY HORSK, AND RMCIXU
1 complete. lie will I" tlv years old lie
spring; move splenulaly Iu li irnr-g or uieler th
addle, and will pa a mile In three minute. II
U purhx tly Cm- ui be avid f ir17i, caU
a uru- in real Value
Apply I') IR11V MOU04.V A CO.,
Ic2 tf 1'ublio 8iiar.
NOTICE !
OXJO! FA MR or tknnehhkb , 1
Hahvii,l, lieo. llud,
A klkction for. eleven liueotorh,
2. ia ere tLe emnliig jrar, will he held at the
lunklnjj Uouse.ou Uenuar, tUeith d .y of January
s neit
Dm:l-1
J CORRKT Cthitr.
suiMiiii.y ""l"' .-...- .
n i ..... .... .
tl DUtrlCt of the OtolO.
"VN AND AFTER TUK let PAT Of jn.TlH2,
V7lll nie.D an onVe at the Kt. Cloud Hotel In Nash
vlU. Tenaeo, aud ono Un trn, oppwr
tba Uanlt Hou Iuiville, Kf., for all trsnsactloi
ur beef in IhU duparlmeut, f r thre moalhe fro
July ut ihoj. t hsri.m kabn, jr..
Uoef Contractor trr the IKnrtct of Ohio
S. B. Hlijheel Market pri paid for good cattle
T BON 25 000 lb, aioritd dri an
x Wl.
MIX li and KL'OAU KITTLES,
bAi.T 1UU iiarr!,
lor l uy WM. i.iui,
41 Market striet.
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LOUISVILLE, KY.
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CONDVtTKO BT
HARVEY, COLLINS & URACIL
WASHINOTO!?, U. 0
CIIARLES n. GREEIL Agent
No. 38, Cherry Street, Nashville, Tenn,
rpiim AflENCY posseuM'S pocnllnr fnellltle V
X sitecessful proseeutlim and pettlement tit Ut
tuanils agiiinst the General Government of EYZBT
iK.-'CKllMON, IU ooniluctors liavlnx hud eerer
yours' experience in the management of claim
fore Congress, the Court of Claims, and the Kxvt.
tlvo Departments at Washington, ) buiag tkoT
onglily acquainted and t miliar with Die law am
regulations governing their adjustment.
Particular attention will be given to can') artail.
out of tho present war, Ineludlng the account if
States, Contractors, and Mslmrslng Ofllcvr ef tbtt
War and Navy Department, and for C'olle
liiK, Drllllntr, and Organ Izliiff V1
Htltrcr-,1' the reimbursement of which Isantho
led hynn act af Congress; CLAIMS KOTt IKDRtl
nity ron rniVATE puopkuty takeh nm
PUBLIC Ui?KH, OB FOB DAMAGES TO 8 CCS
PROPERTY, f"r Ikrso lost in th ervlo. and
miltary I'uy t Ieiiloii, and JlonMtr
Land.
We give apeclai attention to procfirlBg Fn
aloiia, lloitntlca, etc., accruing te BolU)is
who have teen wounded, contracted ii ease, or lb
families of such as have died, or been killed who li ¬
the discharge of their line of drty a luck during Ik
present war
Siwcial care will also be given to claim wht
have been heretofore Itejected or Kuapenstcal
by the Department or I iicllclrik tly il ullage J
Prompt attention also given to the oollectloyof
Quarterraastnr' Receipt given for Property tax
tor the use of the Army, to arranging AocouaU w)i
and collecting Claim against th Q uar tor m wter Sea
partmeut.
All Claim placed iu our hand receive oar Prosy
Pertoiial Attention, thereby secorlag auy
which, iu tho hand of an Attorney at any tl is toast
point, frequently prove unsuccessful.
Ajiid from this decided advantago, our daily ioUm
eourse with all the Department enable as in eaoo
case to obtain decisions much mor speedily UH
where all communication and other necewary dehk4
must b conducted through the mall.
To this end, we solicit you to forward to aay ov
all cases of such diaracter yon may from llsn tltt
have presented, aud, a 1 our custom, wo will fSY
nlsh you with all tho neoessary blank, and, visj
required, Instructions.
No charge mad In any case niilens uccMsfal.
, Address OHARI.EH H. OR It UN,
Mo, an Cherry Str,
" Miuhvllle,fti
IK K F 13 It K K V. u H t
Hon Riouaau Wallacm.... Mayor ef Waahiagloa
fity.
' B. B. Foil Oommlasloner of Pwk-Mo
4 HuildlDBB.
- llimoij. Bix Erin, pa.
Tnr.ujiill FuiSSNc Philadelphia, 1'e. '
C. U. Ct'BTi Warren, "
" V.iiJtu Da suit ,....lirl,
" Wiiu DrNM-oi.. ...... .Governor i f Ohio.
JisruH M. LrciS, Chicagu, Illinois.
11 jiMi rB. HoAau aleitowu. N. .
Capt. W. W. Donem Erie, P.
v . l . ran i.i.n)i a ijo iMtnker Wasbtata ,
I). C.
Wa. P. HHiriAca Esq Mnadvill ,1'a.'
Sami kl A. Koao, K .f.fiirago, llllno'ia.
Cost fUaaoci, Esq Terre Haute, Ind.
I'. A. Powsil, Esq ... Incimisli, tlhlu,,
W. 1. W Rin,
Oen. Ml saiT Wuai bk Sin Fraurleo,(li.
Jou D. llATSsa, Esq , . . . Aurora, Iiirt.
A. f. llavaT,EHq ,., .. Neliniska, N. T.
W. B. Habvet, Esq Oiuaha Mty, N. T.
Hob. 8. ii. Iuii bt l'ern, N. T,
( ha ana P.Csosst, Esq. ...Detroit, Uirh.
Thomas M. Wiijuim, Esq'.... New f!alllinore, Ml
Wil una A Jarroao.... Keokuk, Iowa.
W, D. HucKsiias, K Kansas Territory.
II. lit BTiaortia, 1. k Co. .240 llroadwar, N. V.
howits, BA EaD-Ji, M and HSVisiayM,
rtiKD, Jr..
Kow Yerk.
OAaossa A Dodo
Jsaoa U, Bics, Esq.,,,
L. K. BorsiKT, Esq
Wivjam l'riA, Esq..,
idukLBS Eol, Esq . . ...
Jim s O. (iiKO, Esq
MAS'I'S A. r'iKi H, A,.,
JulyJO-ly.
.! Warreo slreet, B.T.
.Nassau st, ror., Wei sW
New York.
.'7 Proadway, K. Y.
.ine Eult'in street H. V
.tilicliin.itl, Ohio.
,.'rlngU)n,Ky.
.llaysvlli, Uy.
DOOR3. SASn ard WINDOW GI.AW,
ror sal by Wtf. l.VON.
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