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ami Jackson. But these are episodes.—
We dfntv.e nursplve*. Th re was u pco
pi •of old—it was lliew irrior Spartan—
with his LI lot of the field. The South
h tve realized it. There was nil ambitious
people of recent times, and a conscription
pandered to her invasions. At this mo
ment tlie South exemplifies them both
“Peiiee, pence, but there is no peace.”—
No, not even with a disrupt'd Union.,—
Let the Nmth cast away that delusion.
Drill! we must, or the disciplined thou
sands of the South w ill redeem scrip in
PtiimdeTpliia, and yet the tru- must
accept it, an I quickly, to a man, or the
m xueul it draggles in debate, Maryland,
TtdnVsscc and Kentucky will cast past
victories to fie winds, and rise with their
nearly ail,e I Rebel kin. My dear Pet, 1
shall be dcligh ed when Henry can come
on. As to 001. lials'ead, I think thy*
his case is a type of the insane and unne
cessary despotism introduced into the ar
my, under the auspices of McClellan and
ills very weak aids. It is uow too late,
but why was not the cavalry put in my
charge at the commencement ? Two
nights ajio, the Rebel batteries fired from
across the river, and killed and wounded
some thirty men. Last night Hooker
started out op a crude expedition to Mal
vern Hills He went out four miles and
came back again. Still, a “false fuss” in
jures the whole army. McClellan is dan
porous, from the want of digesting his
plans. Ho positively has no talents.—
Adieu. G't me and my ‘‘fighting divi
sion’" with pope.
With best regards, yours,
Kearney.
To Mr. 0 S. Halstead, Jr, Newmk, N,
J.
Alien Exemption Claims.
Executive Mansion, )
Washington, Oct ober 20, 1862 j
It is hereby ordered that all persons
who may have actually been drafted into
the military service of the United States
and who mny claim exemption on account
of a I leg i,thee, will make application there
for directly to the Department of State, or
through their respective ministers or con
suls.
Abraham Lincoln.
By the President,
Wm. 11. Seward. Secretary of State.
War Department, "j
October 20, 1802. j
Pursuant to the above order, the proper
officers are directed to r< port to the De
partment of State, t,he cases to which the
o dor refers.
Edwin M. Stanton,
Secret ary of War.
• .
ZSB' Delicate females will find no better reme
dy to stiengtlien tbVir nervous system than
lioofl.ind's Get man Hitlers. Head the advertise
ment in another column.
‘ Baltimore Markets.
Flopr.—Super. $(5 50c51.87i; extra, $7 00
ns7 25;‘City Mills su|r, if-'O 50a7 75; extra,
$5.00a9.75: Corn Meal, ‘s3 50 per hid. Rye
I’lotir, $4 00a4.f>0 per hhl.
Chain.—Wheat—fair, $!.6051.70: prime,
Sl.7fial.Bo per bushel. .Corn —priixe white. 73a
8 <•.; prime yellow, 74a78c. Oats—Md. 35a65e.;
Penn. 65fiJ7e. per bushel. Rye, 74u80c. per
bushel.
Guano.— Peruvian, $75 per ton; Mexican, S2O:
While do. $: 0: Navassa, S4O; California. $25;
Manipulated, $45; Phosphate, $45. Bone Dust,
S3O.
Hay and Straw.—Ruled Timothy $20a21
per tolll base $ I Sago,; Clover, haled $1 2a 13;
loos.* $ 10a 11. Rye Sltaw Sl.VitG; Oat straw
$10.11.00: U", hem do. slOi,l I .do.
Wool.—l'uwashed 3!ta42e ;, washed, CoaC3e.;
pulled. 46i50e.: common fleece "SSaBOe
Pnovisioxs.—Baron sides. 6|a7e.; shoulders,
5j isje.; Mains, 9a I Set:.' Larfij halOje.
Caiti.k.—Prime. $2.50a54 Ml per 100 Ihs.—
Sheep $3 00a4.C0per 100 Ihs. Hogs live, $5 25
h7.< Oper 100 Ihs.
DIED,
On Tuesday morning, the 2lsl instant, at
Si ifi'jid, JOHN W. STUMP, at an advanced
age | f t f ) !. H
Mr. Stump was one of the oldest and most re
spected eitizi ns of this county, and leaves behind
him a large circle ot mourning relatives and
friends. ,
-r I ,
Exenuneis* Notice.

THE undersigned examiners appointed
K by the County Commissioners for that
purpose, will meet on the ground on
Monday, 17ih of November, 1862, at 10
o’clock, A A!., to ascertain and determine
whether the public convenience requires
n, toad to be laid out, commencing at the
bridge across Mrs Fanny A. Davis’ niill
ittce on said Davis’ land, and running with
s 4. race Ip the dam, then with Mid dam
Uid it intersects Dr. Geo, T. Hays’ land,
then wills the race to Daaiet Mitchell s
saw-midwater race, then with said rant
until it ifu#rtects the royd leading to Aher
decn. ind focpli: the same so as to pro
mottrthfi public convenience. i I ’"..H
WM.S. BOWMAN,
GEOBGE GILBERT, 1
J. W. CARROLL,
o!8 t v Examiners.
Money Warned.
TTTANTED TO BORROW, for two
yV years, SSOO, for which a mortgage
will be given oil u valuable unencumbered
farm iu this county. Apply at this of
fice. au23
HAY WANTED! .
PRIMS: BAILED TIMOTHY HAY wanted nt
LAPIUU.M, Harford enmity, Maryland, fat
which the liIUUKftT CASH PRICK wilt l,
paid- : K. i'b’UH. Jh , Aitwt
sept**; ;. ,■. Xu.. Mmmm. *.

Examiners* No:ice.
THE UNDERSIGNED EXAMINERS,
* appointed by the County Commission
ers (br dint purpose, will' meet on the
ground on MONDAY, 3d of November, (
1 •'62. at 10 o’clock, A. M., to asrenain
Mid deierinine whether the public, coiive- i
nience retpiires a road to be laid out. com
mencing at die southwest corner of A. P. '
ami S. Small’s lands, at the public road
leading I win Fife’s Mills to the IVnnsvl
vania line, to pass through the lands of
John S. Moltingsliade or Matthew Wiley, <
D. N. Wiley and other*; cross a public 1
road a| nr near Wiley’s Mill. and continue
on through I).N. Wiley’s land until it in
tersects a public road near the residence
of Abrahurn Alm-mv, Sr.
• DAVID PYLE,
WILLIAM HIGDON,
JNO. W. STRITEHOFF,
sep27 Examiners.
Tax Notice.
ORDERED That the Comity Commis- *
sinners for Harford County willluake
an additional Levy of 45 cents on the
SIOO. and the several Collectors of S ate
and County taxes are directed to col
lect the same, for winch they will be al- *
lowed 3 per cent, for collecting-. A dis
count of 5 per rent, will he allowed on all
hills paid on or before the Ist day of No
vember next, and 3 per rent, on all bills
paid between the Ist of November and the
Ist of January, 1803. and after that time
interest will he demanded on all bills
then unpaid. Bv order,
JOHN T. SPICER.
sep27 Clerk..
ADMINISTRATOR’S NOTICE.
THIS IS TO GIVE NOTICE, That the sub
-1 scr liter hits obtained from the Register of
Wills of HaHord county, Md., Letters of Admin
istration on the personal estate of
ELIZABETH ANN PRITNER,
late of said county, deceased. All persons having
claims against said deceased, are hereby noti
fied to exhibit the same, with the legal vouch
ers thereof, on or before the
6 th iioy of October. 1863,
or they'may otherwise by law be excluded from
all benefit of said estate.
All persons indebted to said estate are request
ed to make immediate payment.
Given under my hand and set,l this 6th day
jf October, 1862.
BENNETT GILBERT,
oil Administrator.
GAA AHA MALE or FEMALE
UUU,UUU AGENTS, to sell
LLOYD’S
NEW STEEL PLATE, COUNTY-COLORED
MAP OF THE
UNITED STATES, CANADAS AND
NEW BRUNSWICK.
From rerent surveys, completed Ang.
;0, 1862; cost $20,000 to engrave it and
one year’s lime.
Superior to any $lO map ever made by
1 Colton or Mitchell, and sells at the low
price of fifty cents; 370,000 names are
engraved on this nvip.
It is not only a County Map, but it is
also a
COUNTY AND RAILROAD MAP
of the United States and Canadas font
biiied in one. go ing EV ERY RAILROAD
STATION and distances between.
Guarantee any woman or man $3 to
,$5 per day, ami will lake back all maps
that cannot he sold, and refund the money,!
Send for $1 worth to try. |
Printed instructions how to canvass
well, furnished all our agents.
, Wanted—Wholesale Agents for our
Maps in every State, California, England,
j France, and Cuba. A fortune may be
mane with a few hundred dollars capital.
. No competition. J. T. LLOYD,
No. 16$ Bro'ijway, New York.
The War Department uses our Map of
| Virginia. Maryland, and Pennsylvania,
cost SIOO,OOO, on which is marked Antie
lam Creek,Sharpshurg, Maryland Heights,
I Will amsport Ferry, Khorersville, No
[ land’s Ford, awl all others on the Poto
mac, and everv other place hi Maryland,
i Virginia, and Pennsylvania, or money rc
fuuled.
LLOYD’S
I Topographical Map of Kentucky, Ohio,
i Indiana, and Illinois,
1 is the only authority for Gen. Buell and
* and the War pepartment. Money refupd
! ed to any one finding an error hi it.
1 Price 50 qcnls.
From the Tribune, Aug. 3.
“Lloyd's Map op Virginia, Maryland and
i Pennsylvania.—Tnis Map is very large; its cost
, is hut 25 cents, and it it tie beet which cun be pur
t chatefl.”
LLOYD’S
Great Map of the Mississippi River.
’ From-Actual'Surveys by Capls. Bhrt and
Wm Bowen, Missus ppi River Pilots, of
Si. Louis., Mi>„showm; every man’s plan
tation anti owner’s nain j from St Louis to
the Gulf of Mexico—l. 36) miles—every
sand bar, island, town, landing, and ail
places 20 miles hack ,fr up the river-col
ored in chanties and Thales’. Price, $1 in
sheets; $2 pocket fermt and $2.6J on
, liutni With rollers. Ready Sfepw,2o *‘ *
! Nayt Department, \
( . T VI. ifeez. /
J. T. Lloyd— Sir; Send me your Map of the
Mississippi River, wi(h piji-c por hunfite<l copits
Rciir-Admiral' (Iliurk-s If. Davis, commanding
the Mississippi squadron is authorized toqairchpflp
as im;ny ns or# required tor use of ih it squndifoß.
Gideon Wbmjis,
ol l-3t Sccrcliiry of the Navy.
EVERY DESCRIPTION OP '
JOB FORI3STTI3SrO
’ Sxscuted st this office, Cheap for ’
Examiners' Notice.
The undersigned examiners,
appointed by the County Commis
sioners for that purpose, will meet on the
ground on the first Monday of December,
1852. at 10 o’clock, V M., to ascertain
and determine whether the public conve
venience requ res a road to he laid out,
commencing at the Pennsylvania line, at
the month of Channel’s Lane, to pass
through the lauds of Luther M Hitchcock,
John Barton Jeremiah Lowe, other Lowes, (
Chailes Shrndes, and any others that it be ’
la id on, to imeieect a public road at a
house of J. Smith H>>lli"g-iiade.
DAVID PYLE,
JOSHUA GLENN,
JAS. N. HENDERSON,
n 25 Examiners.
N3TICE. j
ALL persons are warned NOT TO |
TRESPASS by hunting with either
dog or gun, or to trap on any of my lauds, |
as the law will he enforced without res
pect to persons, in all cases.
N. W S. HAYS.
Mont Alho Farm, OcL Bth 1862.
JUST PUBLISHED, UNIFORM WITH THE
MARYLAND CODE, 1 vol. 80. Law Sheep,
Price $3. . .
A SUPPLEMENT ‘
•TO THE
MARYLAND CODE,
CONTAINING the Acts of the General As- |
semblv. parsed at the Extra Sessions of
1861, and the Regular Session of 1862, divided
into Public General and Pcbuc Local Laws,
and arranged in Articles and Sections to corres
pond with the Code. Also, an Appendix, con
taining the Private Acts and Resolutions of the
Extra Sessions of 1861, and the Regular Session of
1862, in Alphabetical and Numerical Order. By
H. C. Mackall, of the Maryland Bar. To which
is added, the CONSTITUTION OF MARY
LAND. with references to the Decisions of the
Court of Appeals, and the CONSTITUTION OF
THE UNITED STATES, with Notes and Refer
ences to the Decisions of the Supreme Court
The whole carefully and accurately indexed.—
By Edward Otis Hinkley, of the Baltimore Bar.
We believe we thus offer to the public a work
invaluable to every Lawyer,Magistrate, Politician ,
Business Man. and every Citizen of Maryland ,
and one invaluable to every possessor of the
Code,
The importance of the legislation of the late ses
sions of the Legislature, affecting, as it does, the in
terests of every man in the Slate, renders it a matter
of the greatest moment to each individual, to
have in a convenient and accessible form the
Acts of Assembly, and it is scarcely less so to
have embodied, in the same volume, the Impor
tant Resolutions which enunciate the policy of
the State in the present crisis, while it will prove
a matter of no slight moment to individuals and
corporations, thus to have preserved in a perma
nent form, the Acts on which their rights and
interests may depend.
By continuing the publication of the work, as
we propose, it is believed that the Bar of Mary
land will have the Statute Law ot the State in* a
form as convenient and accessible as that ‘of any
j State in the Union.
fSt Such as may desire to secure the Supple
ment, will do well to order at once, as the Work
has not been stereotyped, and the extent of the
Edition, beyond the number subscribed for, is
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HISS' On the receipt of $3 in current Money,
the Supplement will be sent prepaid by mail.
JSdr- On the receipt of sl2 in current Money,
5 copies of the Supplement will be sent by any
convewince, in conformity to directions.
THE MARYLAND CODE,
Containing all the Pub ie General and Public
I Local Laws, now in force in the Slate of Mary
| land, compiled by Olho Scott and Hiram McCul
lough, Commissioners; adopted by the Legisla
tine of Mart land, January Session, I 860; the
j Acts of that session being therewith incorporated:
| with an INDEX to each Article and Section.
IBy Henry C. Mackall, of the Maryland Bar.
Second E ilion. Two volumes, 80. law sheep,
900 pages each, only $6. Interleaved, $lO.
It is deemed superfluous to dwell on the merits
or advantages of this great work, the preparation
of which has cost, the State upwards of $50,000.
I It has been carefully examined by several of the
most eminent lawyers in the State. Alt unite in
pronouncing it the most complete body of Domes
tic Jurisprudence for Professional as well as
Popular use, ever published, and one of the best
arranged, as it is unquestionably, one of the,neat
esl and cheapest law Looks ever produced hi this
country. The unexpected demand, and the very
favorable opinions expressed by competent judg
es, are gratifying evidences, that the mode of is
suing the work—in a superior style, and at
about one-halfthe usual price of law’books—has
met with public approbation.
With an elaborate and well digested Index
to em it Article and Section—careful and mi
nute in its classification of subjects, the reader,
no matter bow unfamiliar with the science of
law, may easily examine the enactments on any
Question referring to his Properly, his Rights, bis
tutics. or bis Liberties as a Citizen,
, Every Law Officer, every Merchant, Manu
facturer ami Farmer, every Mechanic and Arti
san, every Professional and Business man ought
to secure a copy of Tub Code. 1
ffSf On the receipt of $3 in current Money,
tl\e Code and Supplement will he sent prepaid by
Mail. ,
all orders for the Code and Supple
ment, amounting to sls and upwards, at a time,
a discount of 20 per cent, will be made.
iSar*Special terms will he nmdeyrith Agents,
;or Counties, or Distiicts.
iSßnjrrttfS to recnWo attention, muat'bi’Sifc
companicd with tha Cash. IIT 7?
MURPHY k CO., Publishers,
182 Baltimore at,, Baltimore.
Baltimore, August 12, 1862.
BOARIiING & DAY SCHOOL
Ifer Young Ladle*. 0
FpHE adltSMber intends opening, on the
*1 Ist of October, a BOARDING AND
DAY SCHOOL for the instruction of
Young Ladies, at the residence of Mr. Ed.
Reynolds, near Hickory, 3 miles frond
Bel Atrwllarford Co., Md.,and renpeciful*
Iv solicits a share of patronage.
‘ sep!3 * M. L. JOHNSON.
' FOIUIENT.
iL/fIULT-'X The subscriber will rent
Mit to n good tenant his DVVEL
ftttSaSafcuNG HOUSE and LOT,
situate in Bel \ir. The house is in good
. repair and pleasantly situated.
I WS. RICHARDSON.
FARMERS, TAKE NOTICE!
WE are at all times paying to cash
Port Deposits prices lor
GRAIN,
AT OUR WAREHOUSE IK
Lspldnm, Harford County, Md.
Have also on hand a large ami well ae
lected stock of
iGfflßEftp
i Well seasoned and ol good quality.
Fine Bone,Guano, Phosphate,
PLASTBR,
SALT AND MILL FEED,
Constantly on hand.
j Farmers will find if to their interest to
give us a call.
E. PUGH, Jit.
ju26 Agent for Jas. A. Davis.
ISAAC ZIMMERMAN, ,
Abingdon, Harford County, Md.
DEALER IN
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES,
Provisions, &c.
THE subscriber lias constantly on hand
a large and well selected slock of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES. READY
-IVUDE CLOTHING, and BOOTS and
SHOES for Ladies and Gentlemen. Also,
a large stock of BACON, consisting in part
of 1.500 lbs. well-cured HAMS, 3,000
lbs. MIDDLINGS and SHOULDERS.
FLOUR by the barrel, and CORN
MEAL.
All of which will be sold at Baltimore
prices for cash.
jus-Iy ISAAC ZIMMERMAN.
MEDCALPE & BRO.,
SUCCESSORS TO
OZm WM. WHITELOCK * CO.,
HUL 8. E. CORNER OF
Gay and High streets, Baltimore,
DEALERS IN
Phosphates, plaster, bone, and air
kinds of FERTILIZERS, which will he sold |
tu quantities to suit purchasers, at the lowest
market prices. *,
Having constantly on hand a large and well i
selected stock of
f MET ©EOeiE
we are able to please all who may favor us with
1 a call. A liberal discount made to the Trade.
Grain and Needs taken in exchange for Groce
ries. Particular attention paid to the sale of
GRAIN AND COUNTRY PRODUCE
of nil kinds. Keep constantly on hand ALL
KINDS OF SEEDS.
GEX VINE KEROSENE COAL OIL,
and all other OILS and FLUIDS constantly on
hand and for sale in quantities to suit trade and
consumer.
REMEMBER
S. E. corner Gay and High streets,
Whitelock’s old stand,
025-y BALTIMORE.
SURVEYING,
Civil Engineering and Draughting,
PF.RFORMED with accuracy and m*et
ness by the undersigned, who has
had many years of practical experience in
the U. S. or Public work, and also pri
vate work in the above branches of busi
ness, in the States of Louisiana ami Cali
fornia. E. D. RICHARDSON,
Mill Green' P. 0., Harford Co., Md.
my 17
DR. WM. waters,
GRIB evmxov was am,
RESPECTFULLY informs bis friends and the
public generally that he is prepared to per
form all operations npirtuining to his profes
sion. in an accomplished manner. Also inserts
Teeth on Pivots* and Plate Teeth it* setts, or
parts of setts, in the most accurate manner and
on acceptable, terms.
All communications addressed to him at Falls
ton, Harford county Md., will be promptly at
tended to. juns-ly
~~ NOTICE.
ALL persons are warned NOT TO
TRESPASS with dog or Gun, or in
any other way, on the lower Bloomsbury
Farm, or shore belonging thereto, as the
law wUI be strictly enforced against all
auch, without regard to persons.
JAMES SCULLY.
Bloomsbury, Aug. 6, 1862. ao9
<l*c non TO Invest, in one
SUM, on mortgage of Coon*
try Property. Harfoid or Cecil counties
'preferred. La rye margin of a*' ttrrty re
quired. THOS. HILL,
S. W. corner Fayette and St. Paul sts.
sep2o-3t , Baltimore. t
. . ,„ , r r ■ -a.
NEGROES! NEGROES! NEGROES 1
I AM f ail times purchasing SLA VES, paying
the highest cash prices. lam also prepared
to receive negroes for safe keeping, having erected
h comfortable and Secure place for that purpose,
on Oiten street, near Baltimore; immediately Op
posite the Western Police Station. Communica
tions addressed to
MKNRT FAIRBANKS,
1 *** Gen. Wayne Hotel, Baltimore.
Hoar Barrels Wanted.
RELS, at tha STAb FORD MILLS.
tiMMat *9MHCK£Y-k PARR.
H. DORSET GOUGH,
Aaa&aaawf as slow.
Office with O. Scott, Esq.
Bel Air, Ml.
N. 8.--Can be seen every Saturday at
the United State* ot Hopper’* Hotel,
Havre-de-Grace.
JOSEPH M. STREETT,
ifiMRIBf if liVi
Bel Mr, Md.
Office adjoining Dallam’* Hotel. *. sIS
GEO. 7 MAYNADIEK,
AVffOIIIV AV uw,
Office in Jarrell Building , Bel Mr , JM,
J. S. RICHARDSON,
ATTOETOT AT LAW,
Jarrell Buddings,
u!4 Bel Air, Md.
A. VV. BATEMAN,
Asm war as saw*
Be/ Air, Harford County , Jlf.
PATRICK 11. RUTLEDGE,
Att Mm
Office formerly occupied by Win. B. Bond,
BEL AIR. Md.
MERMAN STUM IN JR.,
mv &v Mm
Office in Bel Air, under the Odd Fellows’
BOLIVAR D. DANELS,
Baltimore,
i Commissioner for New York, Pennsylva
nia, Connecticut, Tennessee, Ohio, In
diana, Illinois lowa, Minnesota and
Texts.
FOR SALE -
A lull assortment of
IRON,
STEEL, NAILS, SPIKES
.Vo. 13 n IRE, for Baling Hay ,
HARDWARE,
ACRICULTUnAL IMPLEMENTS, &.C., &.C.,
LOW FOll CASH,
Or on a reasonable credit lor approved pa
per. Also,
PERUVIAN, CALIFORNIAN, MEXI
CAN AND OTHER
GtJArsros,
Which will he paid for Wheat, Corn
, and Oats, at Market price, on deliver)’, by
R. I. JACKSON,
Ijy23-ly near Darlington, Md.
CHURCBVU.Lt Homr~
SUBSCRIBER. Slaving taken this well
I known establishment, long known as “Han
na’* Hotsl,” is prepared to accommodate his
friends and the public.
THE ACCOMMODATION STAGE
Running between Churcbville and Aberdeen,
leaves the Hotel daily (except Sundays) at IQ
minutes before 10 o’clock, A. M., returning,
leaves Aberdeen immediately on the arrival of
the train.
the last Saturday of each month, at 2
o’clock P. M., a PUBLIC*SALE will come off,
at which all kinds of Stock, Carriages, Wagons,
Farming Implements, Ac., Ac., will be offered.
fel2-y PHILIP DsSWAN, Proprietor
SIMMONS & BEISCOE,
DEALERS IN ALL KINDS Of
ANTHRACITE & BITUMINOUS
COAL,
ALSO, t
XjUMBBR. db ZiIMS,
HAVRE DE GRACE, Md.
th Particular attention paid to trans
shipping Coaly Lumber and other Mer
chandise. myS4
jos. b. QvnnAV,
DEALER IN
GRAIN, SEEDS, FEED,
AND COUNTRY PRODUCE.
ALSO,
GUANO. LIME, BONE-DUST,
And all kinds of Fertilizers.
WHISKIES, BRANDIES, WINES, GINS,
CIGARS, Ac.
149 NORTH GAY STREET,
BALTIMbRE.
(Two doors Booth of Exeter street.) aps-y
Du WILLIAM i7 MQBSB,
{Lats qf JkUtmort Oily,) ' '
SAVING located himself near JARRETTB
- HARFORD CO., where he intend*
iting a portion of bis time to bis profession,
will be happy to wait upon those requiring bu
services in the treatment of all diseases arising
from decayed teeth, and in the various branches
of Operative and Mechanical Dentistry. Satire
satisfaction guarantied, or no charge will he
-TT — £52-
TO THB FARMERS OF HARFORD.
’ I 'HE UNDERSIGNED bu taken and fitted d
1 in a comfortable manner that well know?
■ hotel known u ft* --
i ,■ ZkJBHT IKSSfJtF'* 1 - 1
Where he wHI be happy to twelve a call from hi*
Harford friends. Every effort will b* made to

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