the accounts, *>r money received and- expended for, and on account of opening and rcpa.ilnjf
Roads and Bridges, in Fencader Hundred, for the year endi ng on the 1st day ot April, 1826.
Bb. YheHundräd ôf Feilender, in account with the
• Dolls. Ct.
To this sum paid James Patten, an over
pay ment of tax
Paid Joseph Thompson, his account, for
opening new, and for repairing old
Hoads and Bridges
Paid Jesse Boulden, his account for re
pairing Roads and Bridges
Paid John Herdman, by order of Court 17 72
Paid Commissioners for compensation 30 00
For contingent expenses
Paid Uriah Slack his account for repair
Paid Henry Batton his account for plank
This sum, allowed Collector for errors
Paid Henry 1). Fowler liis account for
repair of Hoads, 8ec.
Paid the Administrator of Peter Wil
liams, dec. on account for work done
and materials furnished for repairs of
A WE£T INDIA PARSON.
From Coleridge's six months in the IV. Indies.
The church in Roseau is well situated, and
tolerablv finished without, but the interior is
ina miserable state. The common pitch pine,
when unpainted, has a particularly unpleas
ant effect in a hot climate: it always oppress
ed me in a remarkable manner. About a jt
hundred persons, chiefly colored, attended
the morning service: they had few books,
and apparently came for the purpose ot see- lh
ing the bishop—certainly, with one or two
exceptions, they were entirely unacquainted
with the ordinary ritual ot the established
religion. The church of England, indeed.
does not flourish in Dominica, which, consul
ering the great capacity and spiritous aftec
tions of the present worthy recumbent, is a
matter of some surprise. 1 believe there are
3000 Protestants in this colony, of which
number,the Methodists form the larger part;
about 16,000 are Papists, under the care of 3
Spanish priests; so that it is consolatory to
the sympathies of obese and liquescent men
to know that, if true religion thrive not in
Dominica, at the least, its minister does, up
ample salary, and just so much brra
exercises o* Sundays as may conduce
to a good digestion through the week. Not
that I would bethought to impeach the zeal f
ot the rector of Roseau: very far irom it; it
is too well known to be questioned; and it
argues an unusual degree of apathy or stub
bornness in those who are the daily witness
es of it that its effects arc nut more percep
Mr. Newman is great and remarkable,
but he is not so great and remarkable as his
predecessor, Mr. Audain.
was not content with praying against the
emies of his country, but he fought against
This Mr. Audain
* ' r f',; .I i.; n . i,_
patriot, few ot his cloth like him—lie
,t content with praying ..gainst the en ;
them also. St. Peter certainly owned aJioat,
and the authorized translation, Mr. Aiidaih
lovedliteral orthodoxy—intimates a part
nership amongst some of the apostles in a
ship. So Mr. Audain built a schooner, and
carried on, for many years, a system of pruc
tical polemics with the disputants of the
Trench school, to his own abundant profit
and notoriety. It is even yet fresh in the
Ifecollections of the inhabitants of Roseau,
■with hew joyful a rapture this holy Domini
can once broke off the service on a Sundav,
unable to repress the emotion of bis triumph
on seeing the icssel of his faith sail into the
bay with a dismasted barque, laden with su
ear, rum, and other Gallic vanities, from
' It was shortly after this event, that the
Star of Audain began to wax dim. His zeal
-was equally great; his courage undaunted;
Sini.^^An' acquaintance'of nrine meOiim
one day in the streets of Bassaterre, in St.
Kitts, surrounded by negroes, to whom he
■was distributing plaintains, yams, potatoes,
and other eatables, and holding private talk
With them all by turns. Having caught my
friend's eye, he came up to him and said,
A privateer of Nevis captured
the smuggler before she could get to her
Audain become furious, went him
self to Nevis, end challenged the owner of
the privateer to fight. The challenge was
not accepted, and Austain immediately post
ed the name of the recusant, as that of a
scoundrel, on the court house. He himself,
for two days kept watch upon the platform,
with a sword by his side, and four pistols
stuck in his belt, to see if any one dared to
touch his shields.
Audain fitted out another schooner, ami
cruised in her himself. But fate was too
heavy for him, though be struggled against
it like a man. On the second day a large
vessel was seen to leeward; he ascertained
her to be a Spanish trader and supposing
her to be wholly unarmed, bore down on her
as upon a certain prey. When became
within pistol shot, fourteen masked ports
were opened, and as many guns pointed at
him through them Audain was obliged to
strike in an instant and with h.s carpenter,
succeeded in secreting lumselt under some
water casks in the hold of the schooner—
Tlie Spaniards came on board and cut every
man in pieces, except Audain and the car
penter. These two lay all night under the
casks, but in the morning, upon further
search, their asylum was discovered. They
were brought upon deck, and the Spaniards
were on the point of hewing them by inches,
when the captain exclaimed with rapidity,
"Hold all 1 this man's life is sacred, and the
cther'stoa, for his sake." Audain had for
merly done the Spaniard great service at St.
Thomas', and it now saved his own and his
"Up to this time; Audain, though occasion
aily non-resident for the aforesaid reasons,
had continued the ministry of Roseau. He
was a singularly eloquent preacher in the
pathetic and su*orv style, and he rarely
failed to draw down tears upon the cheeks of
most of those who heard him. His manners
Were fine and gentle, and his appearance e
ven venerable. He wa,s hospitable to tlie
rich, and gave alms to the poor. But his
repeated losses were such as to bear a roy •
al merchant down, and the Dominicans be
cçiie more scrupulous, and » Governor catnc
"I am going to smuggle all these —
Tasrals this evening to Guadaloupe. —
did so in his schooner, but remained himself
on shore. A privateer of Nevis captured
the Commissioners of Hoads of said Hun'd.
By this sum due from the last year
By this sum levied for the opening and
repairing of Hoads and bridges fort lie
current year, subject to errors and
commissions, calculated at I per
By this sum from the Administrators of
Wm. Wattson, dec., being an arrear
age of road tax
By this sum, being 2 semi-annual divi
100 shares of stock in the
N. Castle and French town turnpike,
at 6 per cent per annum
This sum deficient to be provided for,
from the tax of the next year
H. BLACK, ~) Commissioners of
1.EV1 BOULDEN, V Hoads, forP. Ca
ZACUAKIAH JONES, ) der Hundred.
who knew not Audain. So Audain abdicated
, the pulpit of Roseau.
Privateering and smuggling had failed; so
he commenced honest trader. He went
of sold it
to St. Domingo with a cargo of corn, sold it
well. But his star grew fainter and teinter.
black officers, chal
m both severely.
Ut . rl . cl | cd wit!l tw0 L .
Jen U | 1( . nl> am i s i, ot the
Christophe sent for him, and told him that
jt (he nie , ( ,. ecovem i it was well, hut that if
eilher of t |, cn , died, lie would hang him on
thfe tamal . in d tree before bis door. Audian
lh , )t that t , K . ml . n W0U ui die, and escaped
from the tamal . iiult ree bv night, in an open
He now settled in St. F.ustatius, put on his
black coat again, and recommenced clergv
man. St. Eustatius is a free port; yet tin
division of labour lias made surprisingly
slow advances in it. There were many re
dain made his appearance there. H»* was
become more liberally minded bv mivfnr
tune, and he was alwavs actuated by a fi.itb
of such immense catholicity, that it rompre
bended within its circle every radiation ;
of opinion, from the centre Christianity
as the felly embracefh the spoke* of a wheel,
Audain offered to minister to all the sects
res]jPCtivelv, which the free traders thank
Tn the morning he celehrat
f u p v acrc ptcd.
^ ( | ^nass in Frefirh, in the forenoon read the
pturpv of the Church of England, in I
afternoon sprackened the Dutch ser
v ; C( . f and at nightfall chaunted to the ATe
Hektar descended pror.eraml nronei,thoM\e
seemnd to he yainintr wealth end fame. An
d'tin was a married man. but his wifi* resided
and «till resides at Bristol. A Dutch wi^ow.
... , , . - , ,
fT f snvackenin K s nf An-lnin |
1 on-t stir mta .MKl.nn. tnnt it IHir»
n a1 ' /. ... I . , L r
Audain liked ,t the Better for
,tH d mensions. and manier inonUe spot. |
SHv ir.kenuur thp ser\ ice nmseli. j
Audain has fought thirteen duels, and is ;
a good boxer. Once upon a time, he fir-d |
twice without hittine; noon which he threw !
<lown t,ie Pistol on the-ground, and sa*-' :
sternly to his second. "T ike ear- th at does i
not happen again !" supposing his pistol had |
not been charged with a hall. A delay or
curred in re-loading for the third time, up
on which Audain went up to his antagonist
squared his bodv, saving, " Something he
twem, something between, good sir'" and
knocked him dawn, with a flush stroke on
Ambrin ! s now about 60 years of age, and
has wholly reformed his manner He loves
'> !S Dutch wife, and savs his pravrrs so loud
at "ig it. ns to distnr i lus neighbours. Hsj
Kmr ish wife sem.s hi mat An si nuis box an.
nmillv. He is a man of infinite talent, and
has seen much ot the world. I trust the
report is true, that, like I.azariilo, de Tor
nves. and Gines de Pasamome, he is writing
tertaining book of thisage. If lie does not,
these few lines may serve to rescue him
from an oblivion which he does not seem to j
a life of himself. It would be the most en
tertaining book of thisage.
A Character—W hen I was a child, I saw !
the famous Sir Toby Butler, a favorite law-!
yer of his time, his oraorical powers being !
great; but he always drank his bottle before
lie went to tlie courts. A client, very solici
tous about the success of his cause, request
ed Sir 1 oby not to drink his accustomed bot
tie thatlniorning. Sir Toby promised on his
honor that he would not. He went to tlie
Com3,pleaded, ami gained a verdict. The
client met him, exulting in tlie success of
his advice; when, to his astonishment, Sir
Toby assured-him if Ire had not taken his
bottle, he should have lost the cause. "But
your promise. Sir Toby?" "I kept it faith
fully and honm-ably, I did not drink a drop
I poured my bottb of claret into a wheaten
loaf, and ate it. So I had my bottle, you
your verdict, and I'm a man of my word "
Recollec. of O'Keefe.
Anecdote of the Pacha of F.gyjit. _We
have heard a very characteristic anecdote,
related of this extraordinary person,
It appears, that the foreign merchants resi
ding in Egypt waited upon his liighnes, to
know at what price he intended to sell the
cotton this year. The I'achn returned an un
satisfactory answer, and they pressed for
more explicit information as to his inten
tions, hinting that, unless they received it
they should be compelled to break up their
establishments and leave the country. The
Pacha listened to their threat with the grav
ty of a Turk, and, when the deputation had
done speaking, replied to the following effect:
—"Gentlemen, you may do justasyou please,
You came to Egypt without being asked, and
you may leave it as soon as you like."
A good second-hand FAN, for cleaning Grain,
enquire at this Office,
New Dry Goods Store.
TIIK Subscribers respectfully inform their
friends and the public that they have commenc
ed business under the firm of
W. P. RICHARDS & CO.,
At No. 81, Market-Street,
(The stand recently occupied by Wm. B. Tom
liuson, three doors above the tanners ]lank,J
and have now on hand a general assortment or
SPUING AND SUMMER GOODS,
laid in at the present auction rates, which will
admit of their selling them at the most reduced
Jiniong thmr stock are.
Light, dark, plain, and $ Silk & cotton umbrcl
fancy calicoes $ las—parasols j
and ginghams * 9-8 and 6-4 plain and j
Blk, white and colour- £ figured book muslins
edmantuas,lutestrings j Do do Jaconets
Levantines, sarsenets, $ Do do Mull do
and Florences > Do do Cambric
lack, and Coloured £ Plain and figured Swiss
Gros de Naples,plain / do
striped and figured > Russian, imitation and
Nankin and 1- $ Porter sheetings
tali an Crapes i Black aiul colored bom
4-4, 6-4, and 8-4 crape 1 bazets and bomba
ami silk shawls, ass'd £ zincs
I Irish linens and sheet
Fancy hdkfs 8c shawls; J
Silk, cotton and worst
ed hose and half hose J Linen, cambric, Mad
Valencia, silk Si Mar-5 rass,flag anil bandana
scilles vestings ? hdkfs
Silk, hoskin, kid, bea-j Satin, mantua and gal
». Blue and yellow Nan
and York tun £
Florentines, cotton cassimer, Vcgnniu do, drill
ings, bcngals, pu lgees, plain chintz, dimities,
Jeans, combs, tapes, buttons, cotton cords, &.C.,
villi a very general assortment of
Domestic Cotton Goods.
They have been appointed agents tor the
SCOTT'S CE u:MUTED
A constant supply of which will be for sale at
One J hilar per Bottle.
Wm. P. RICHARDS,
JESSE P. RICHARDS.
6 mo. 13th.
Dissolution of Co-Pdrtnership.
7*11 IE Co-Pitrtr.er.ship subsisting between John
SL Parkin, Citri- topher Rainton, and John Ban
•roft, Jr., under tin* firm of liainton & Bancroft ,
as Soap and Candle Manufacturers, was dissolved
the 17th of April, by the death of the said
ss will he continued by Christo
pher Bainton unci John Bancixift, Jr-, who, grate
ful for the encouragement hitherto received, re
spectfully solicit a continuance of public patron
JOHN BANCROFT, Jr.
Wilmington, June 20, 1826.
V. M'Neal & Son,
Respectfully inform their customers a. d the
publ.c generally, that they have removed from
1 -No. 86 to No. Market street, hikI
| Wholesale ami Retail, at their Cheafi
Boot, Shoe and Trunk Stores,
»» . , , . • (
it.tlfk'l-stm-l, Wllinm B lon,
| a \ extensive assortment of Men's, Women's,
j . Misses', Boys* and Children's Leather and
; Morocco Hoots and Shoes.
| La,lie>' silk, Valincia, Kid, Everlasting, and
! ITiinell;. Slipji.-rs, made in the most flisliionahlc
: style, uftlie best material», and by choice
| If,,/..,. Prnnf TinnN
. . \ . ' '
'* ml ,Ma ' fcU'la'.le for the coun
ll y market, will be fuiuislied
remarkably low. ^
, * )•*'?•>! a**»»« »men, at Ladie» , Men sand f.liil-
Kl.VèihoJs * * UU " <le Murucco
c ,'q j!l : ';;^ l y a ' aa ° n l ' le mo5t * 1 ^ Lral tcl,ns ' ^ ur
' N A assort ' ment of q ,.. lVL .||;.., r an j
i rilll ) is '
; y v . M'NEAL .k SON take this opportunity
to request all personswl.o have been indebted to
tliein, on note or book account for more than one
year, to make immediate liuvment, asno further
indulgence will lie given. '
Wiimington, March 30. _3m
Uiiimutmust or-S tatu,
Juty 14, 1826.
to j To obviate the ri k and delay, incident to tlie
ret urn of Hank Notes from this Department, not
receivable at the Treasury of the United States,
I in payment for patent rights, all persons desir
! " 1 ! a,e ''. ts ar<J r< -'questi-d to Irans
,' utl11 r applications, such notes or drafts
! \ Ac at\he Treasui'v°' b * " av ' sud ' wlU be avail! "
MOORE & JACK,
Respectfully inform their friends and the public!
in general, that they have commenced the ' I
ip :i . ,,
of In all its various branches, at
Ah. 16, Murket-Street, miminirton
xr . ,, '
ei!" \ lorrlson /.S roc «)' i store, and
uU^n rlJl'l ^ ''2 taV ! r ''' f slK, . n ot tlle ,. U . 1:CK >)
^ to ÂÆ
they 'flatter then, s dves thu heirwotk ,C;il lie
done in the neatest manner ui d oi t e shortest
All orders thankfully received, and punctu
ally attended to. ' 1
j u ly 20, 1826.
FOR a term of years ,—.1 stout NEGRO MAN,
who can tie recommended for sobriety and hon
esty.—Enquire of tlie Subscriber at St. Georges,
or to Feted B. f i k l a n y , Esq.,- at N. Castle.
JAMES N. SUTTON.
We would respectfully inform our friends
and the public generally, that
Job Printing of every kind, at this Office, in
the neatest manner, and on reasonable terms.
Those who ,waDt Hand-bills, Advertise
ments, Cards or Blanks printed, will be ac
commodated to their satisfaction. Orders
from tlie country will be promptly attended
On the different Banks in Wilmington,
FOU SÆLE AT THIS OFFICE
DÉi'aetmest oy State, > i
8th June , 1826. y
To enable this Department to comply with
the subjoined Resolution of the House of Re
presentatives, the several Claimants to whom u
refers are requested to send hither, by mail, as
soon as practicable, Schedules of their respective
Claims, exhibiting- the particulars required by
the Resolution, as nearly as may be, according to
the following plan :
e 6 c
c Ö .
'D 11 c 51
o ! H 'S %
s.~ s s %
^ CO ^
£ « o ?■
u c E ç
• & r ~> £ 5
r/î ivj 8
H »5 § "t *5
e -3 r x T
C Q» P- >
£—• d * o * y
X >*3 Ö
® o | |
Whole Tickot Half *2,- Quarter #1.
'*'<««» a l-<'ttery formed by the ternary per
mutation ot .tü nninbors. To determine the
P llz $' s ''"T*; 1 ». numbers, fW)m i to 30 in- !
' ,i''T * v r ,Kel 0,1 tlu; >>»y »fj
I , i* 5 ' f mro î. t '. lem ,llawl ' <mt l all,i that!
' , , . lts P er,,ll,t ation numbers, I
, me ist, *d, mid ad drawn from the wheel, in tjie
j order ln which drawn, shall he entitled to tlie
I Pr**e of §10,000
j Aml muse 5 other tickets which shall have on
]' s ™e numbers, m the following orders,
speetivelv v' ■ C P " ZCS ""' xed t0 tllelil le -
-ei,., h', lz V, „„ ,
I 2d is'' a A' ? ? oor°o
2d' 3d' and iV 2 T,-!!
i 3(1 ) lst ' all(] 2d' to 1-50
3d, 2d and 1st' to linn
Those G other tickets which shall have 3 of the
drawn numbers on them, and those 3
aru [ jth, in either permutation, '
titled to a prize of ' iq 00
-All others, being 12, having 3 of the drawn
nu,nbc rs on them, will each be entitled to
Delaware State Lottery,
For the benefit of Newark College, Middletown .1
ende/ny, and Immanuel Church.
To be drawn on the 13th September, 1826.
1 Prize of
the 2d, 3d
ill each be en
Those 156 tickets, having two of th» drawn
numbers on them, anil those two the 3d and 4th,
m any order, will each be entitled to a prize of
All others, being 78'), with two of tlie drawn
numbers on them, wifi each be entitled to
All those 7,800 tickets, having but one of the
drawn numbers on them, will each be entitled to
a prize of
No ticket which shall have drawn a prize of a
superior denomination, can be entitled to
Prizes payable 40 days after the drawing, and
Riib jeet to tlie usual deduction of 15 per cent.
Tickets and shares in a great variety of numbers
fur sale at tlie Office of
YATES Sc M'INTYRE,
No. 28, Market-st., Wilmington, a few door - be
ow tile lower Market.
ROBERTSON Si LITTLE, Agents.
Just rereivi-u and for sale at J. SCOTT'K
Rook and Hat Store, No. 93 Market
WQDDSTOUK, By the author of Wuveriy_0
Vols. • ' ~
Moore's Life of Sheridan.
"The Last of the Mohican
, , ,, , „ - —a novel in 2
volumes, by tlie author of "The Pioneers" &c
&c.i "Jack Halyard, tlie Sailor Boy; or tlie Vir
tuous Family."—■This little volume is particularly
adapted to the use uf children, and is, perhaps
one of the best of the kind that has ever beenof
t'ered to tlie public.
Dry Good Merchants.
Samuel Sappington No. 71, Market-st. 1
Buzby 8c Bassett, 62, market st. 1
John Patterson, 30 market Street. 1
W. B. Tomlinson, No. 86, arket Street. I
John R. Brinckle, corner of arket 8c Queen I
William M'C^ulley, Brandywine, north süß- I
of the Bridge.
John M'Clung 55 market st.
John M'Lcar, 58 market st. |
Allan Thomson,.43 market st. j
John W. Tatum, 82 market st.
Joseph Mendenhall 8c Co. corner of King
and Second streets. * |
Joseph C. Gilpin, 46, market st. j
James 8: Samuel Brow n, 8 High st. |
Clement 8c Gordon, corner of Market anil
Peter Horn, corner king and front sts,
John Rice, Brandywine, south of bridge,
Samuel Stroud, corner of front and orange,
George Williamson, 10, high st.
George Winslow, 119 market st.
John Wright, corner of Front and Market
Perry Sheward, Market st. opp. Academy,
Hardware, Oil fy Paint Stores.
Joseph Grubb, No. 72, Market Street.
China, glass & queensware stores.
David Smyth, 68 market st.
Apothecaries and Druggists.
Joseph Bringhurst, 85 market st.
Hr. John Johnson, Sign of the Mortar
and Pestle, 44 Market st.
Boot and Shoe Manufacturers.
John Matthews, Market-st., opposite the
Market house, N. Castle.
Theophilus Jones, 27 market st.
Val. M'Ncal 8c son, 98 and 100 market st,
William M'Neal, 170 king st.
James Simpson, 19 west tl'Cht St.
William White, 80 market st.
Thomas Virden, French st.
Moore & Jack, No. 20, market-st.
Wm. C Deputy, Northeast, Cecil co. Mil.
George R. O Daniel, No. 38, market,-st.
Millinery and Fancy Stores.
Mary and Rebecca White, 110 market st.
Ann Bailey, market st, near Kennet road.
Hotels and Taverns.
James Plumley, W ashington Inn, 39 mark;
Joshua Hutton, Queen of Otaheite, cornet
of market and uueen sts.
William C. Dorsey, west Front,near shipley
John M. Smith, Indian King, corner of Mar
ket and High sts.
j Soap & Candle Manufacturers.
liainton 8c Bancroft, market, near kennet
Cochran a,id Adams, cor. orange and third
James Ray, corner tatnall and queen.
Elisha Huxley, Broad, one door below King!
Samuel Askew, Kennet Road.
Thomas Newlin, corner king and high st.
Ziba Ferris, 89 market st.
Charles Canby, 77 market st.
George Jones, 25 market-st.
VV llmingtOll & lTHIad. Packets.
Sloop Mary Ann, Shockley Bush's
! Fame, Poinsett, market st. wharf
Industry, Scout, Robinson's wharf.
I Jslt ' au ancl «ISCUlt iJaKeTS.
John Countiss, nearly opposite Thos. Powel's
Factory, No. , Shipley-st.
Miller Du.iott, 105 Shipley st.
Michael Wolfe, 3, Hast 3d street,
James Gibson. East Front, near Market st.
Silver Smiths and Jewellers.
James l.utlire, 41 market st.
! Emmor Jefferis, No. 30, east Socond-st
j J°" n Guyer, No. 15, Shipley-st.
j James Webb, High, between Orange and
Stephen Bonsall, 25 market st.
j John Ferris, Jr. shipley, between 2d and 3d
j Tobacco & Segar Manufacturers
j Thomas A. Starret, 107 market st.
Painter, Glazier and Pu/ier-Hanger.— Ben
jamin F redd. No. 142 King Street.
Iron and Coal Merchant —Thomas Garett,
Jr, 39, Slliply-st.
Master Jlrick/ayer, and finie Merchants
H. W. Brackin, old Lime stand, No.—,
Tanner. —Benjamin Webb, Queen, between
I atnell and Orunge-sts.
Stone Cutters, Albert 8c James Robinson,
No. 198, market st.
Lottery and Exchange Office. —Robertson,
Ec Little, 28, market street.
James C. Alien 7Vac/;erNo. 105, Orange-st.,
above the Hay-Scales.
I lionias C. Alrichs, Fancy Hardware, Tin
and Sheet Iron Manufacturer, corner of
market and second streets.
Jacob Alrichs, Machine Maker, corner df
shipley and broad streets.
Iron .laundry —Mahlon Betts, second-st
near the Black Horse tavern''
Morocco Manufactory —Robinson's 8c CA
98 market st.
Conveyanccr —Benjamin Ferris, at the cer
her of W est and Third streets.
J' P. Fairlanib, Notary Public, Survcyor-e,
Land, Conveyancer, Regulator of Streets!
8cc. No. , King street.
Patent Hay and Grain RakcJi
Joshua Johnson 8c Son, makers, Pike
Notary Public and Convc
Hendrickson, corner of
ond streets, No. 43.
Livery Stable- —Kept by Huson Swayne, in
Shipley st. above Queen.
James Sorden, one of the Burgesses of this
Borough, a Notary Public and Conveyanc
er, 9, High street.
Stove IVare-rdom —Johnathen Saville, ctjr
ncr of Market and Hanover-sts.
reach and Sec
On the Wilmington 8c Brandywine, DelSP
ware, and Fiinners' Banks for sale at ftps
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