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^BaXDS, frc.
sFen t,
9e ami commodious brick
■flately occupied by Ueo.
E(5o, the frame dwelling
B store adjoining. The a
■eil situated for the flour and
lwill «>e rented low to good
fcssion gi'en immediately.
JlMKS SANDERSON.
Ubftle or Rent
BKimodious 2 <torv brick thvel
fifese.upoo a half acre lot, cor
W' Fairfax an-1 Jefferson streets.
f*™5 ‘Flight metcalf.
r «4 dt.L.._
To Let,
0\T moderate terms, a three story
brick House, in a central part ot
the town, well calculated tor a pri
vate family, or a genteel boarding
r , Possession given on or before the 1st
I December next. Inquire of the Printer,
jane 28 ___^_
For Sale,
«^ - That three story brick house, situ
•^Wfcatedon the south side of P.rince-st.
I!'! now in tile occupancy ot Mr. Win.
£lX±lRudd ; a perfect title will be given,
and the terms of payment made convenient.
Apply to JOHN H. LADD <$• Co.
i —vePrem>,gr *8
To Ilent,
A neat and convenient two story
; brick house,wifh a stable and a pump
of excellent soft water, situate lower
tend of Water-street. Enquire of
WILLIAM YEATES.
fepteaber 20 mwltt
To Rent,
A commodious three story brick
dwelling house ou Washington-str't,
lately occupied by Mr. Jno.Jackson.
, ALSO,
A small framp house, on Fairfax-street,be
[ tween King and Prince streets. In my ab
I sencc,application may be made to R.Veit ch.
► july 2 ddttuthstf JOHN LLO"\ D.
For Sale,
THE HOUSE and LOT in which I used
to reside in the town of Alexandria, con
taftoingan acre of ground, on Wasliington-st.
being one of the most agreeable situations for
a genteel family in that town. For terms,
and a view of the property, apply to James
L. McKenna, esq. who is tully authorized
to treat for and dispose ot the same,and will
explain any facts respecting it which may be
required. JOHN HOPK'NS
Hill and Dale, April 20.
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Leesburg Turnpike Road.
J^OTICE is hereby given to the Stock
holders in the Leesburg Turnpike Road
Company, that 'Pen Dollars on each share
subscribed, (that is on the stock subscribed
since the 1st day of October, 1818,) is re
quired to be paid on the 30>th of November
next. THO. R. MOTT, Treasurer.
Leesburg, Oct. 13, 1819.
The editors of the Winchester and
Alexandria Gazettes, will publish the above
for thirty-five days. dt25N October 22
Burr Mill Stone Manufactory.
THE subscriber wishes to inform his
friends and the public, that he has
opened bis Burr Mill Stone Manufactory, at
the upper end of King-street, {opposite the
Blacksmith and Farrier’s shop, in the town
of Alexandria.) where he will supply millers
with French Burrs, of any size, at the short
est notice ; and will warrant them equal, if
not superior, to any in the United States.—
If tniilers will order their Wheat Burrs be
fore -they are built, he will build them in
a manner, as he can prove to the satisfaction
of any person, that they will run, without
jtopor tail, for 100 years; 4* if not bespoke,
from 90 to 100.
N. B. Brices as low as possible
june 23 ROBERT CiLKX.V
w ■ —- ——J
Famiiy Flour
OIF very superior quality, manufactured
' from best white wheat for sale by
nov 16 eo3t ISRAEL JANNEY,jr.
Extracts from n Law
Qf the Corporation to provide for the speedy
extinguishment of Fire, 4*c.
Sec 1. Tlfat etery proprietor ot any dwel
ling bouse, or store house within the limits of
the corporation, shall, at his or her own ex
pence, prov ide as many fire buckets, made
of good and suitable leather, and containing
at least two and a ball gallons, as shall be e
qual in number to the stories in such house.
Provided, That no proprietor shall, in any
case be compelled to provide more than
three buckets lor one house. Every proprie
tor who shall neglect to procure tire proper
mimber ol buckets in the manner herein di
rected, shall forfeit and pay one dollar per
month tor each bucket he shall so neglect
to procure. The proprietors of all dwel
ling bouses and store houses which shall
hereafter be erected within the corporation,
shall famish tbe same with buckets in the
manner oefoie prescribed, within two months
after such houses shall be occupied ; or fail
ing to do so, shall be subject to the penalties
before mentioned.
2. Where the proprietor of any dwelling
house or store house residing out of the limits
of the corporation, shall neglect to comply
with the requisitions of this act, the occupier
of such bouse shail within two months after
coming to the possession thereof, procure
the necessary buckets; and failing to pro
vide tbe same, shall b« subject to tbe like pe
nalties as are in such case imposed on vhe
proprietor.
£>• It shall be the duty of the superinten
dent of p«dice, once in six mouths at least, to
visit the houses within tbe limits of the cor
poration to examine and take an account of
the buckets belonging to such houses, and to
report to the-roayor the names ol all persons
who shall neglect to p ovide and keep the
tame, according to the requisitions of this act.
y*. Hid*. GEO. CORYELL, Sap.ro.
/
Fifty Dollars Reward.
RAN AVVAY from the subscriber, on
Thursday, the 11th inst. a negro man,
named BICK, who sometimes calls himselt
Dick Douglas. He is a small man about 5
feet G inches high, and is not a very black
man. I purchased him from the estate of
Edgar McCarty, esq. Cedar Grove, Fairfax
county, Va. and it is likely that be may be
lurking about that neighborhood or Coiches*
ter, as he has a wife at capt. Berry’s ot the
latter place ; or be may have gone to Lou
doun county, as be has lived there in the
neighborhood of Wm;' McCarty and John
McCarty, near Leesburg. He had on and
took with him an old grey cloth coat and a
brown do pantaloons of drab colored domes- j
tic cloth. He is much addicted to liquor,
and is a coarse shoemaker. I will give 20
dollars if taken in the district of Columbia.
Thirty dollars if taken in Fairfax county,
and the above reward if apprehended in any
other place, and secured so that I get him
again; and reasonable charges if brought
borne. WM. B. S TLJART.
november 16 tf
Fifty Dollars Reward.
RAN away from the subscriber living in
King George’s county Va. on Monday
the 22nd March, a yellow inau named
JAMES,
abtut 22 years of age, his tore teeth wide
apart, and cannot speak very quick—had
on Virginia cloth clothes and carried off a
shaggy great coat, he has a father named Pe
ter Hall, who lives with the widow Morgan,
at Oak Hill, Fauquier Co. and bis grandfa-,
iher,old Frederick Hall, is supposed to bo
living at Mr. Terrett’s near Alexandria, and
it is likely he may be lurking about there.—
I will give the above reward tor apprehend
ing and securing said fellow so that l get him
again,! and reasonable charges if brought
home. J. H. WASHINGTON.
Masters of vessels and others are fore
warned against harboring or carrying off
said fellow
June 14 tf
100 Dollars Reward.
RAN AWAY from the subscriber, living
near Aldie, Loudoun county, Virginia,
on the night of the llth inst. a negro man,
who calls his name NED BLJRGES. He is
a shrewd, intelligent negro, about 5 feet 7
or 8 inches high ; 30 years of age, well
made, active and polite. Had on when he
went away, a sky colored coat, and corded
pantaloons. His right eye sore, apparently
occasioned hy a blow, the blood having set
tled around it. His ears have been pierced,
and had green silk in them when he wejit a
way. It is expected he is now lurking a
Wout Fairfax court-house and Aldie. The a
hove Ned Burges ran away on the night of
the 25th of last Aug and was caught on the
llth inst. on the night of which he effected
his elopement by drawing the staple to
which he was fastened by the handle of a
pan, while there was no person in the kitch
en but hitnself. He was caught on the
llth inst. a few miles below Aldie, but I
think it improbable that lie has gone near
the same place again. I will give 100 dol
lars if he is taken out of the county, and fifty
if taken in the countv. and secured so that I
get him again, and all reasonable charges it
brought home. GEO. GUL1C K.
P. S. It is supposed that the said negro
has obtained papers of freedom, or a free
pass, or something of the kind. G. G.
nov ember 17 3w
100 Dollars Reward.
I WILL give the above reward to any
person who will return to my posses
sion, negro LAWRENCE, wlurassumes the
( sirname of FENWICK. This fellow left
1 my farm, on the Wicomico river, in Charles
county, Md. on the Glli July, in consequence
of his own outrageous conduct towards my
overseer. He is a negro of a fine erect fi
gure, good features, nsmootb black skin,
rather above the middle stature, of a youth
ful appearance for one of thirty years of
age, and of great plausibility and natural
smartness. His ears grow remarkably close
1 to hi- head, and on the inside of his low'er
: lip he ha- a white mark or spot. I purcha
! sed him 1 years ago of the estate of Mrs.
P. H. Courts, ofli.is county. I am led (by
’ circumstances winch have come »ou»y know
ledge since he absconded,) to believe that
lie will endeavor to make bis way to King
George county, Va. ; should lie not take
this route, he will probably be met within
the District of Columbia, or in the upper
counties of this state, on his way to Penn
sylvania. 1 apprehend he will change his
name, and it committed to jail, refuse to
state to whom he belongs, as the misconduct
which preceded his departure, & his ab
sconding, have all appeared since to have
been premeditated. He took all his clothes
with him, of which he had a large number ;
among them—* new bearskin over-coat,
a long close-bodied blue coat, a pair of stri
ped jean pantaloons, one or more white
waistcoats, besides many articles of coarse
cloathing ; these, however, he will probably
exchange. or sell them tor cash to defray
his travelling expenses.
I will give the above reward to any per -
son who will bring him home to me, or
FIFTY DOLORS if confined in jail, and
notice given me, so that I recover him.—
Should he be taken out of the state, I will
also pay all reasonable costs and charges
which may attend the bringing him home.
1. T. STODDERT,
West Hatton, near Allen's Fresh Post
Office, Charles county, Maryland,
aug. 6 dtf
100 Dollars Reward.
RAN AWAY on the 2olh of April last,
a nun called NED, formerly the pro
perty of Mr. Fitzhugh, ot Fairfax, and by
niin sold to Hepburn & Dundas. He had on
when he went away an old country blue and
white cloth coat, and kersey trowsers—bis
right band in a sling, in cousequence of the
kick of a horse Ned is a stupid looking
fellow, and hesitates very much when he
speaks. I will give fifty dollars ii appre
hended in the District, or the above reward
for apprehending him out of the District, so
that I get him again.
AGNES DUNDAS.
Mount Eagle; May 19 dfithwfett'
Canton Crapes.
FOUR cases Canton crape, c>nta:ning no
pieces, superior quality, and assorted co
lors. Just received and for sale by
October 2G WM. FOWLED Co
Take Notice.
THAT I pay no debts of any person's con
tracting in my name except an order
from me. ALEX. PERRY.
October 9 stvdiv
S. Di *ew, Merchant Tailor, j
Removed Jrom Fairfaxstreel to the corner of
King and Columbus streets, and his
prices jailing,
RESPECTFULLY acquaints his custo
mers and the citizens in general that
j he has removed as above, where he will
! study to give satisfaction. He has by him
a small but well assorted stock of good*,
which will be found on inspection to be ol
the best quality, the whole of which he
wishes to sell low for cash, and as further
inducements to purchasers he offers to cut
out any goods, bought of him to any size or
pattern gratis.
S. Drew aware, of the advantage a ready
money business lias over one where lomr
credit is given, thinks that a distinction
ought to be made in the prices in each case;
and as the price of provisions are low at
present, he.is glad to be able to announce
to those customers who will feel disposed
to pay him ready money for his work, that
he will reduce the price of making to them
according to the present journeymen's wa
ges ; and to prevent any supposed imposi
tion on the one hand or disatisfaclion on the
other he is willing to he goverued by the
printed regulations of prices by which the
journeymen are paid in Alexandria
N. 6. Bread, flour, beef, groceries, li
quors or any thing valuable taken in ex
change for clothes.
S. Drew has this day opened a tavern in
the same house, where he has laid in a sup
ply of Philadelphia and the district porter
and ale, together with liquors ot the best
quality, and lie feels confident that lie shall
be able to give satisfaction to all who will
please to favor him with a call.—Ife isht
ting up his house for the accommodation of
boarders, travellers, &c. and from its central
situation, good beds and stablinz, together
with other requisites, he presumes that it
will be found a convenient establishment,
may 2o
Fresh Medicines,
JUST received from Lee’s Medicine
Store, Maiden-Lane, Mew-York,
and for sale by
JAMES KENNEDY k SON,
(Who have for many years been sole
agents for Alexandria) with the fol
, lowing recommendations—
1 Hamilton's tinrin destroying Lozenges,
| by which a va ;t number of persons
I have been relieved from this dangc
! rous complaint during the last sixteen
years.
Haim's Jtntibilinus rills,
Celebrated for tho Prevention and
Cure of bilious disorders.
Ha m ill on's El ixi r.
Effectual for the cure of colds, obsti
nate coughs, asthmas, kc.
Hamilton's Grand Ilcsloratirc,
Recommended as an invaluable medi
cine for the speedy relief of nervous
complaints, low spirits, loss o( appe
tite, kc.
Hamdlons Essence and Extract of
•Mustard,
Esteemed a safe and efficacious reme
dy in acute and chronic rheumatism,
gout, «$cc. Ate.
Let's Ointment for the Tie!:,
Warranted to cure at one application,
and to be perfectly innocent mi the use. j
Halm's Genmi.r Cum Plaster,
For the speedy remov al of corns with
out pain.
II".hn's Genuine. Enc l>a*cr,
For the cure 11 diseases of the eyes.
Tooth ,1che Drops,
Affording relief in the most violent at
tacks.
Genuine Persian Lot ion,
A valuable mietir for removing all
eruptions on the fare and skin, per
fectly innocent and free from any in
I jurious ingredient.
Restorative Powder for the Teeth and
Ginns.
Pamphlets may he had gratis «t the
nlare of sale, containing a more jiar
ieular account of jthe medicines, with
the eases of cures performed in con
iirmation of 1 lie character given ol
‘hem,
Orphans’ Court,
[Alexandria county, )
October Term, 1 Cl 9 S
ORDERED, that llie executrix of Ber
nard Crook, deceased, do insert the
usual notice to debtors ami creditors, three
limes in each week, for three weeks in the
Alexandra newspapers.
A copy—Teste. A. MOORE* Reg. j
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE,
That the subscriber, of Alexandria county, j
in the District of Columbia, has obtained i
from the Oiphans’ Court of said county,
letters testamentary on the estate of Bernard
Crook, late ot said county, deceased. All
persons having claims against the said dece
dent are hereby warned to exhibit the same,
with the vouchers thereof, to the subscriber,
passed by the Orphans’ Court, on or be
fore the 14th day of \pril next, or they may
by law be excluded from all benefit to said
estate ; and those indebted thereto are re
quired to make immedate payment. Given
under my hand this I4th October, 1819.
ANN CROOK,
Executrix of Bernard Crook, dec’d.
October M tuthsJnr
District of Coluui’iiu.
Alexandria Countuto Ifu, / . „, o''
April Itnn. ^
IN CHANCERY.
Thomas Preston, Complainant,
Against
Thomas D. Tracey, David Ro ' and Jo- ,
nah Isabel!, Defendants.
r jPIIE defendant Thomas D. Tracey not
JL having entered his appearance and
given security according to ttie statute and
the rules of this court, and it appearing to
the satisfaction of the court, upon alhJavit,
that the «aid defendant is not an inhahitaul
nfthis District—on motion of the complain
ant, by his counsel, it is ordered, that the
said defendant do appear here on the first
day of November term next, and enter his
appearance to tht suit, and eive security
for performing the decrees of the court;
and that the other defendants, David Ross i
and Jonah Isabell, do m.t pay away, con- j
vey, or secrete, the debts by them owing
to, or the estate or effects in their hands
belonging to the said absent defendant un
til the further order or decree of this court;
and that a copy of this order be forthwith
published for two months successively in
one of the pwKiic newspapers published in
Alexandria; :»nd that another copy be post
ed at the front door of the court house of
said county. A copy.
Teste, EDMUND I. LEE, C. C.
june 14 _ _
District of Columbia.
Alexandria County to Wit,) ujf)
April Term, £ ' * I
lV CHANCERY.
Evan P. Taylor, Complainant,
Against
Peter Saunders and dames Anderson, De-'
fertdants.
THE defendant Peter. Saunders nut hav
ing entered his appearance and given
security according to the .statute and the;
rules of this court, and it appearing to the
satisfaction of the court, upon affidavit, that
the said defendant is not an inhabitant of
this District—on motion of the complain
ant, by his counsel, it is ordered, that the j
said defendant do appear here on the first
day of November term next, and enter his
appearance to the suit, and gave security
for performing the decrees of the court ;i
and that the other defendant, James An
derson, do not pay away, convey, or se
crete the debts by him owing fo, or the es
tate or effects in his hands belonging to the
said absent defendant, Peter Saunders, until
the further order or decree of this court; and
that a copy of this order be forthwith pub
lished for two months successively in one of
the public newspapers published in Alexan
dria ; and tint another copy be posted at the
front door of the court house ot said county.
A copy.
Teste,_EDMUND 1. LEE, C.
District of Columbia.
Alexandria County, to Wit,)
April Term, £
IN CHANCERY.
Robert G. Violett, Complainant,
Against
Charles Tyler, Robert S Blacklock and
Christopher Neale. Defendants.
rpHE defendant Charles Tyler, not ha
J- virig entered his appearance, and gi
ven security according to the statute and the
rules ot this court, and it appearing to the
satisfaction of the court, upon affidavit, that
the said Charles Tyler is not an inhabitant of
this District: on motion of the complainant,
by his counsel, it is ordered, that the said
defendant do appear here on the first day in
! November term next, and enter his appear
ance to the suit, and give security for per
forming the decrees of the court; and that
the other defendants, Robert S. Blacklock
and Christopher Neale, do not pay away,
coilvey or secrete the debts by ihem owing
to, or die estate or effects in their hands
belonging to the said absent defendant, until
the further order or decree of this court : and
(hat a copy of this order he forthwith pub
lished fur tv. o months successively in one ot
the public newspapers published in Alexan
dria ; and that another copy be posted at
the front door of the court house of said
county. A copy.
Teste,_EDMUND I. LEE. C. C.
District of Columbia,
Alexandria County to It'it,) 10 in
April Term $
IX CUAXCERY.
Thomas Lawrason, Complainant,
Against
Elizabeth Haskins, William L. Haskins,
John II. Ladd,°xecutor, and Sarah Ladd,
executrix, ol John G. Ladd, deceased.
Tilt: defendant Elizabeth Haskins, not
having entered her appearance and gi
ven security according to the statute and the
rules of this court, audit appearing to the
sati. faction of the court, upon affidavit, that
the .-aid defendant is not an inhabitant ol this
District—oti motion of the said complainant,
by his counsel, it is ordered, That the said
delendant does appear here on the first day
of November term next, nnd answer the
bill of the complainant; ami that the other
defendants, John H Ladd, executor, and
Sarah Ladd, executrix, of John If. Ladd,
deceased, do not pay away, convey or se
crete the debts by them owing to, or the es
tate or effects in their hands belonging to
Inc said absent defendant until the further
order or ilecree of this court; and that a co
py of this order he forthw ith inserted for
two mouths successively in one of the public
newspapers published in. Alexandra ; and
that another copy be posted at the Iront door
of the couit house of said county.
A copy.
Teste, EDMUND I. LEE, C. C.
Notice.
subscriber respectfully informs his
X. friends and the public, that he has taken
the house formerly occupied by Talbot,
Wilsoji &r Co. where he intends to keep a
supp'y of all kinds of
LE.1TUEI!,
Which he will sell low, ami from experience
in said business can confidently solicit their
patronage. In return he obligates himseif to
do all in his power to merit the same. All
orders punctually attended to.
N/B. The highest price given for Country
Hides, and Upper Leather, amt CalfSkins iu
the rough TliOALtf 'mKY.
October 16
District <>*' Culumuiu,
Alexan dria Covntu to Hit
April Term,
7-V CUIVCERY.
Alexander Henderson, Complainant
again it
Childs & Witherspoon, and Thomas IT
Howland, Defendants. *“
rPhe defendants, Childs & Witherspoon
X not having entered their appearance
and given security according to the statute
and the rules of this court; and it appearing
to the satisfaction of the court, upon
vit, that the said defendant** are not inhabi
tants o| this District—on motion of the sau;
complainant, by his counsel, it is ordered*
(hat the said defendants do appear here oi*
the 1st day of November term next, and an
swer the bill of the complainant ; and tha*
the other defendant, Thomas H. How land
do not pay away, convey, or secrete the
debts by him owing to, or the estate or ef
fects in his hands belonging to the said ab
sent defendants until the further order cr
decree of this court; and that a copy of this
order be forthwith inserted for two month*
successively in one of the public newspa-*
pers published in Alexandria ; and that ano
ther copy be posted at the fiont door of the
court house of said county. A cony
Teste. EDMUND I. LEE, C. C
june 10
Notice.
THE FARMERS’ BANK of Alexandria
this day declares a dividend of profits
upon its capital stock paid in of two an<- an
lull per cent, for the last six months, paya
ble to stockholders or their representatives
on Monday the 4th instant.
Bv order, JOHN HOOFF, Cashier.
October 1. ftu2w
Notice.
THE undersigned being anxious to close
their business, and believing that no
thing short of a determination not to prose
cute it for the present, will enable them to
effect so desirable an event, respectfully and
earnestly solicit all those who are indebted
to them, to make immediate payment, in or
der to enable them to meet more promptly
the demands of those to whom they are in
debted. R. & J. MANDEVILLE.
august 18
Boots Shoes.
WILLIAM TRUE, has jui^t received and
offers for sale, on the most reasonable
terms, a general assortment of ladies’, gen
tlemen’s, and children’s coarse and tine
SHOES, suitable for the present and ap«
proaching season, and warranted good.
ALSO,
A general assortment of men’s and boys’
coarse and fine Hate. All.the above article;
are offered wholesale or retail at the lowest
Baltimore and Philadelphia prices.
October 28 tf
100 Dollars Be ward.
RAN away on the 28fb of April, fro®
the farm of the subscriber, in Dogu«
Neck, Fairfax Co. Virginia, negro HARHY,
aged about twenty three years, about five
feet ten inches high, very black, well built
lias a considerable impediment in his speech,
when spoken to evinces much co fusion, and
replies almost unintelligibly: had on when
he left home, a much w orn suit of domestic
cloth. I have every reason to believe that
he is endeavoring to pass fora free man. and
as such went off in some o! the bay craft flu
ring the late fishing season. All masters cl
vessels are forewarned from harboring or ta
king into their employ said negro, under pe
nalty od having the law rigidly enforced a
gainst them. 1 will give twenty dollars,it
taken in the county of Fairfax, or districto;
Columbia; if beyond that distance, the 3;
bovc levvard, provided he is secured in iai.
so that I get bin; again. WM, MASON.
Charles County, Md. June 1.
The editors ot the National Intelligence:
and Baltimore Federal Gazette will insert
the above until forbid, and send their ac
counts to Port Tobacco for payment.
June 11 t:
Orphans’ Court,
Alexandria county, )
October Term, 1819.)
ORDERED, That the executor o( James
Croivdhii.l, deceased, do insert the
usual notice to debtors and creditors, three
times in each week for three weeks, in the
Alexandria newspapers.
A copy—Teste. A. MOORE, Reg.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE,
That the subscriber of Alexandria county,
in the Distiict of Columbia, has obtained
from tlj.e Orphans’ Court of said county,
letters testamentary on the estate of Jamer
Crowdhill, Jate of said county, deceaced —
Ail persons having claims against the said de
cedent are hereby warned to exhibit tb*
same with the vouchers thereof, to the sub
scriber, passed by the Orphans’Court, fB
or betorp the I4tb day of April next.orthf*
m?y by law be excluded from all bents',
to said e«tate ; and those indebted there!*
are required to make immediate paymeE'
Given under my hand this f4th October,
I8i9. James h. hooe, ,
Executor of James Crowdhill, deceased,
oc!oherl4 _^tul!rs^_
Aromatic Snuff.
For Catarrh headed
THIS Snuff, as celebrated for its
ble fragrance as for its efficacy i®,
euro ol recent catarrh and slow ner
headache, is used and approved by . Lj.
sent professor of ehemistry in the»um .
ty of Cambridge, Mass, and by some ? ujty
most respectable gentlemen of the w
in the United States—It is also par '
ly recommended by Dr Waterhous . ,
professor of the theory and practice oiv± n
sic, m the above seminary—whose |
cate accompanies each 1
JAMES KENNEDY k SON.., ■
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