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fcer cowtej and the CUopatraWlhcugh ut
dcr a press f.aU.ouiA pot come up ith
her so as 10 ormg per 19 isira,unui un,
- past two o'clock, rYM. of the J 7th of Fei
bruary, when, thejactjon commenced an.d I wit.
(continued with great fury on both ajdejrj,.
and a half, the Cleopatra bad greatly the s.d-;-vanraee,.notwthUtMliag
he great supe
riority oftheforce of he.enemy; andVwold
Jndl probabjdt) have soon oblige d
hipto.urrenderahung at Ev P-M.hot
Wa :..Jer masts
' ' '- :. ...... ,rwL.rTtArl not the wheelol
iheOeoDalra been unfortunately rucwun u.b .w , .. r.,V!
i 't? which reUered H immoveable and liutnot a single bid was made for it.,
tS2r tLe'9khoaken as The ' French squadron at Roch-fort. con-
neOia tflthf t'OTce, involved in the present,
war w& Great-Britain, ai(d that theyjmuif
hare either called on the public for a conirii
butfen biM leatt onr pet, cent. ?er tqonfh,
.-or - auanwiu .. ""a r--
terred tne lauer, as inc oi w
IhdiccdraTng1y "4iraffyor tha "(ftftUc
dividend are. stopV'l-hivwill be adreaatul
J eiTamuv'tO all the widows', orphan." and o-
thersfwhose whole property havocen wagea-
in the.public funds of Holland. H wutnare
very little IX ariy ifFcct .'mTgqahd
The ' French Jjad put ufl to. public aajfc a
oreat atiantitv f coffee, ..cunla'scated Adder
a tlipt, wilt" " r 1 l -i. 5
1!,; rudder at .the same time saTchoaked
1 to be wholly incapably of directing the move
jnentiVof the ship. ' Tthe Cleopatra having
bVm struck with the shot,' tempting to
Cross the bow pf the French, ship, so as to
rake hef, when the enemy (seeing the ac
oHiok hni hannenefl. and that she
.-uii. .,r.,nn4-ahl with the winrt
on hi bm. anda heavy swell, um hi head
and bowsprit over the Cleopatra qaarer
deck and availing ,himlf of hit great
superiority in nurabcrs, ttofUr, tremendous
wliich almost clear-
H th , Ciamvatra'a decks, attempted to
n fcaardThey were, However, with the great.
st bravery' driven back MJ we ganu w
Lu '.r,mrl -tn defend the: ship". An
, -WHO TCk UIB..I.W..-, :
attempt wan now marfe.to hoUt -the fore top
mast stay-sail, ana o ev jne '"'"
sail, in order to get clear oT the enemy's ship; ,
J)t the men"ordrea.tQ.dp this duty, vera :
Tail kiliedbviheltiUHqwetry of the other ship
and the Cieopatra being now able to bring
only two guni to bear apon the FreiKli saip,
and -tha with very little , effect, frmn hr .
tnpeiMor !Ki-;ht; and the French .mvisquatry
sweeping the , decks, the enemy at length
succeeded in boarding, and at a quarter past
five P. M. C.rfter a severe aal blood" con--JBict
of hear thrte hQrt) the CleopaU-a w
obllged'to give over in ineffectual resistance,
nd to surrender VJtuch a superior force -J
aided a it was' by an ijnforiunate acctdent.
After tht action the C'eopat ra was a mre
wreck; '"hiVlnij no masts' standing but her .
mi7,en: mast ; hef fore mast, main mast,
nd also her hfJwsrUVbaving been ahot
w.Ty7 atvlAthe he'm mornin- te French ship
diad ni qiastsundingbuuh.tr fore mast; her
.TOt;wt and mizcnrwi hngone over
. .ToWm awst-opinionofthe very Rant
jd J'eccc mi le by lbs Cleopatra, t in this W,
atrsh, u u only wcceaiary, to ttate ths
omjArativetlorce al ..numbers on board
the two vsels. .U-Ville de -Milan was
laid down'for a .eventy-lbur,U ,. aH;P. f
Ji3) tons burthen, with 5 Vr of a svde
u; n her main-dsek, upon which she had
- jivmiuej in V a'cti6n wentysix trench
ei!itetn pounkrs,. eatfh Currying twenty
two prmnd ahot,-fourteen Iwg nine potindert
'aijoo ber q-Krier-deck, and six-long Rine
.pounders upon her, fore, with a c,rew of 350 ,
m:n, besides twenty French oncers, and a
iu n erof sol liers who were going pissen
. i;ers to France. The Cleopitr.t mounts
' thirty-twi twelve pouaderi, and had Wi
rtf n in the action t so ih4 "U'!er
of iwi-i, an I weight of metal, L Ville de
Mdan. was nearly 'double, the force of the
Cleaoatra. There were t.ntr(o men
-kiUed anl thirtvit. funded ot board the
-Ctepa'ra f a-noi the Utter were -tcven
o!3:rs, including Ir., Mitchell, (ths el icit
an of if Andrew Mitclsll) wh w at din.
geroukly wounded jn his seller. Ve
have n-it 'tiMrd h-jw-mwy w:f? ki'.icd and
, wounded on b.trd th Frincb ship ; anv'ing
tha frm-f .nt MmVteur R?yi j 1., the
, captains d Va'usevi, and amon the lU?r ,
M iu'ieu? Cll -t, tht tjptain of the fri-;ne.
tS? ClcwHtra hl uce a-. t a
' v.ek ia.J'is pM.'iiiif .hj F.-cnth fjtgHte,
tt Lianr, r pt tin TaUi'it, m wt f n-uin itcly
hive in vlH:, -d after a tutvl chav.-, took
b ith t'w ahips CW-wt tbs l- retstance
0.1 tb?ir put, aal Lwuht tWe-n wi;h her
h.Q this p The tcthn bap--ed aKowi
V tm defect ti ile VKAHwatd of thia i-
lanj. ' '
N'.-V-i I U it. MiVs'rM. ;
W. ire i l l -h e I t the ju'diincst afCtr
tii i Waite ortbc L ttri ta:kei, fir F.ng
lU'i Newjpimti the;ib uit. their contrnu
rj'nt vrv itUrrtntihg-lnsrlUcence bid
, rctHf I F,kI W iha Kench fl-t !iv'. ?
. tuUi hn Hn?icft,-b'tt tleir i?siintion
1 w u 1 ik .!.'. it tnttwottr hl arrivei in
frM H -ii with alp'cht .f an
j,nji irtH ua'm'J f.a.th , Britis'i ( jvtcj.
msiV 'f-rjl ,?! Juiit, of grsat mipW
Ul, wat.S'ttttxout at li;1mouth itsdes-tiu-h
i wi v. ift I ta bi tome plata
iibt lh4 U nil of Caro;t.
, aOl Ahtrtist
I. mint. FfVff I.
..n4 n;n j nt arrif iJf.'-vn H ntfi lam
itvj'ti tUil n v fn-JVtf.- ara
iercUl n.r ibt Cnt'f,b H II llnntl.
H? rd :iritill SmHis tB ditamtd by
f mV'N t.l irj kin I of ftttish iTthandiie
, . nrf M'l. tnir of the J'hwli. wit
-. Trt.nj ft. .
- We'aj eotrtdllt elhetotil lota of Uier
. IndwtContpany's Ship fiaf 1 of Abcrgaven-
nv,witfca cargo valuta "at aQ0,0OQ9. stcrl.
1J)e rUn, the State 01 C-Qrgia rojecttisg tb-l
elause in the law of otir legislature a rich-
Provides " Ifcattne esxensiKii une
'hall not affect .the, t.ttl of .nI perton- to
and having beat off, immediately went down
in 13 fathoms watef??rttt-tltptain, mate ahd 4
QO persona perished ; abouty WO lives were
Saved. ' ' -if. UK,i.Ji.:jy -;,
trfttck upon OwelS oaihe Sussex coast, I 'lands in eiUief Stajtf." ; Thil piotr a--
ZlY,.- .'i-' . -. IT i- ."...uitl,M'KnnPf hitler -'in hi
I III f III 1CLJ ail KLUIL.4IIV - "
sistiag of six sail of the lme and two fri
gates, effected their escape from that port
on .the 2ih t. lHere IS HO UOUm pui h.'.arrl r..ft, an nnmm nnn mi.k
neets wm oe ame very PDTrto-p ni tbt?-t who;wl ,hem,Vdi;
some of our
give a good account of tht;m
Orders have been ent to the Transport
Board, that- al the private property belong
ing to the officers and men of , the capuired
Spanish '.frigaitet,'' whether in money or
00 thould be forthwith rehtortd to he
tiwners. "'. ' ' . ; .
. -..The montnly report of the sliips irjjcom--.
miion,ib the British Navy, state tblliofto
-br0r.of wltich number 105 are jpf th line,
3 1 of 5gunVjl37- frigates, and 3l jlloopt
' of war,:' besides theses there aVc a greaWium,-.
ber buiUing and repairing, receiving!Uyps,
sntallef yesel. Sec. making in the wkfe a
grand tntaj of 903 sail.. ' l cbruary 3. .
' ThrlMjh the samj channel which , some
weekSi. Since enabled us to be the first) t
an'nodiip the. discussions which had arisep
betw;et 'France arid Austria on the subjeot
of the Austrian cordon fonned n the Italian,
frontier, wie now learn that neither these
disKu"is6hs,"noi'"the most angry remonstran
ces of the French Cabinet, far a moment
suspeuled the execution of that measure.
On th'cl9th Dec. the line comprised 4J.00O
men; hcr . troop were dn theiriroiit for
the sarte neighbourhood 4 and we c:in further
assure Kir readers, that the Auntrain corps
forming "n Hungary, Transylvania, the
Bannat, Sclavonia, ?nd Croatia, amounted,
at the dite of the last accounts to nearly one
hundred thousand .'mifQ, assembled intdtr
prctcn.. that. the .ti;mib)o ..in Jklgrude -and
- Scrvia" cndired a cordon on that fi-ontir,.ne-
cessftry,to prevent 'aggression on the part of
'theMMr;en:i. llvt had been m .'de thf oic a
. sion of l-esh rtnun tr. nee f on P:it,;on the
Sr'ouiv.l that the Imperial .Cabinet-had 'not
ecmcd si'.rh precaution nccv ssary during
thoe ' piVittds of i'lsnnectlyi in which the
t;v NEW-YQRiMarcli.SO.:.' -Kfitr$trOik
Moillajf , atciiS&n a tnah;
pf.the aaine of Binki, -living iq the "BoW
ery, cooimitted thifxo-rriii crime on"
bo iy of his wi f ! t apfears-thejhd H.
ved unhappily for fooe lime though but
Jen months married, and' had; often uffd
Ibreaieni ng. 1 a iguagajBr abu five cond'id
towards each omer, Un .ibat day llifcu
wi(h t interfere beiweit'ii man and. wife ;
at length Bi. k wai fcln from the houfe
wa king app ire'i'ly with much compo:
furc wiih a t?. fleet oi his arm. It. was
then thought proper fc) go ihiwn into the
cellar where t'he difpnte happi'ned, wiien
inotKn g to rente int-r rouiu ine, woman 1
fl(ul!'. broker., atjd ner throat cut from ear
t'y ear . raz r Was oo7rri oard by the bo
dy, arid a pail of bloudv WiV-f in which,
'probably, the-' wire ifhfd i.niuidercr had.
walhed his blodl-Ratned hands JiiflL?,
we hope, wi 1 fooo o'vcMafce, I hit atrocious!
violatyr ot the Jaw 0! hi count iy iud of
God. '' ; :..''-' '"- .' ''
PHIL VDELPHl A, March i
Capt. Chpo, of the Brig RollaVwhd arri
ved at New-York oh TuTsd iy from Trinidad
ami Si. Thomas, inform , that the American
Consul at St. Thoni-.v had received a decrea
of 14 articles (Whicb-eapt. C..saw) from the
gyuriiment Oy the city of St-Domingo, '-de-claring,-
among Other refill Hiotp, that all
esseUof whatever nution, that were' found
AwitVni three leagues of the Brigand ''Ports
should bijtaiwn an 1 th'erCRE Wj P4J V TO
DF.ATH. Tbisliwwas. to be put in force
from and afier the. 1st of April ucxi, 1 ''
' Aetier ws recti vH jaftventng (fay
Itatinji, that th net tor the I icor,'orJtion
of (hcMiercha:tlV ban''ha'd palle ! the
oMiwil -'Qtrev',fion. "Aubiufc Sp;-r.(;er
rigbtrtrbo nghl he innocently entered
land iiv ojie State, which, in adjusting the
line, might bejfound to belong Trtibethtr.
nerally been introduced nto Ticiiustmems 01
this wtl bVeWtnTlfte1etStates j3i
though it niay'optf ijtejnfnve iaikhtsgeously.
to on orthe-StatesthBhUWber, it seems
' g jnit ntl tig atipVilatiote in , behalf of
the actual owners' and posse SKcrs or tne lano
involved in this dispute. ;? -
;:':'vV THK BANKi. ? V
The Commissioners opened tlve siibscrip
tion books on ainnxray last tech ot tiic ptTi-
tle'meh toik pi-e fur thb dfeposa) of ICO sliarrr.
M". Deverewtix'si was 'fided before lOo'clork
and that oTMr. M'lyinla f by tumn. " At night .
ihere remained unt 23 shares' o be takcfi oA
,'Mr. Taylar'slwok 3,0on'Mf. rlarvvy'a and
i on Air. miiiit . -. . ,
. W ; undewtand a number of centlf mes
were desirous, .4 uibacribe- for the whole of
the remainiad share,. But, yielded' t'o the re
a step mignipe icwcb as uti u.icn)pi inwunia
a monopoly 'ftnd rfeid're' io deprive; psrso.ns.
residing at a distance from 'arif opportunity of
becoming interested in the banlt especially.
& many might be induced to delay cnming
t h town until Tuesday, when the Federal
Court is' to meet. On the foilow'tng day,.,
however, Jhef wei-e taken up. r
The piper, plates and preit were- writtem
for; and part of them are in the hands ot the
commissioners'" agtnt at , the -North w'ard,.hd
the whole i expected to arrive by tlie first of
next month. ' , .it .
- Irv the Insurance Company the. books of
subscription are closed ' x-nd tjie arrivid of
several vVs'seU insliretl. nee -the omjjanV
proceeded to business, has caused the stoc
to rise 'considerably above par. "-:
I I f .
wan inc only uin.n,i-nt.
. NF. V OIU.Ii-sNS, Feb. 14.
....VTUl-sl) W , 1 fit-e
lm rniiu ivit Ifiseitt-, thtt tbt day pn
:? lif ,,hji AMuMf J the Htata had passvd
fd'i-v4'tn tbt necf of tiopm py
mtottf ttj PVic Awamirs. The decree
1 , t t',a f of tbir bankmpcy, thai
thff V-in, h4jlyihn.rwb ihcircon- j
niore, tVvsscd h"n at pirsm' S Ih.d there
fore thessfinblnn.oJ tiie troops. in quus
tion jusjried su-pirion, and. the. more "so. as
thelf'nunVer.to greatly exceeded the alltdgcd
f.cras:ot.' . 1
' . We lave seen a private letter '"from Vien
r.i,' bf the' lSh tdu which States thMtUomt
da9 beire two couriets arrived within the
space of a few hours, with di-patr.hes ironi
Count Cohcn'zcl at Paris those dinpatehv
are repriscnied as bring of the greatest
political impMrtaBCCj that three extraordiiMry
conferences of state cr.xued, and that orders
were immediately after ;ivenTor reinforcing
the A.wnun troops in Italy
'Private letters from Madrid 6f rba llth '
lu nieiuioii the receipt of v.ry unpleasant
acrotmts from M iico. Some serious trou-
Met had broken out there, and the inhab.
itant in stnenl are represented as bcingex
ttcnisly ,dVn-iiiSed al the conduct of the
rrcwLiit Vketor. 'Since the cession of Lou-
i-inu to America the pvopSe of Mexico have
erinc-td , siroCg imposition to a like nnion
with the United Statek, and the Amnican
gqveniraei.t ' au used of having sent emit
ssries't foin nt their exisliut diaoontent.
. The Spaoi'.h army at St. Kch, mU "C
cordin; t Madrid letters oftlie 7rblttobe
aiim'.-ntcd with all powVk diapdeh to iO,
O'JO mitt. A French imlwry carps, rnm
111.11 led by a fi .ld mifsh d is etp -cted there
early in' the p"in,. till which p.-i iod tha in
tendcd'(pi.M'aliout of tliu Seamaid ara de-
The report that' Lord Nelm has taken
Minorca i repealed by vd-y advice fu
the enn'im nt. .. !
Sinr late French ptpcrt assert tl-at'it is
now dcteniii d to aiumpt the iuVk.iva of
Eiiirltnd eaaU in the spring. . 1
llunap irie and the Pope are taid lobe g
lug to Mil.t to'tdsi in the cmn.yih of
Jif rph fl tonaparte t King d I.onv3rfy.
,It'be,Midrd(JateMc. of Per'crobtrl, it
ii ais?rled. tbt 011 trv? day 011 which P De
claration oT War was published in that'eity,
the IVi'ig signed a Treaty of Alliance with
PnrtvV, in virtue of which, the Utter Co
vern nait HeclreittlfanVy of Spain, and
Sit ihips of the line and several gnbtmtt
cirriiiff 43 ptundirt, have beei fitted l a.
C a lit, tt pro-eel (he cutr.nce of the harbour I
aif.t Hie Uri;1ilw '
Mny of the ollieert employed in lha grind
strrtt Cs?.dt!.B, have left towi for P rts
ta -aiih tml S iathampion, in consequence of
p ik.tue order. The-enterprite has a pri
nt try nnl an lu'erior object, anl the elf art it
con.lcrr I the moit im tant ever madt
tn this country.
The late French papirt are filled with tpt
cuUtions on the rirotiab'ditf of peice. U It
asserted that Kngland has accepted of lk
I mediation of PrMitt thai a ne AuUo
Atn isstadirw to arrive al Parit that one of
Ike German Pnncet haipreseawo a pun ur
a General Pacification I and ihtt the Sultan
had cutoff bit Vitertbt 1. fjr friend
ly ditposed toward tha English, kc ac
U"S'urJiy uit ariiVcl in tliiSjCify,
D if'or Hunter, whfl a$ appointed by
tie Pfefi lent oi ;the ,U n'ted'aies, con.
jiinily, wiih Mn DuiDir, o Natchez, &
explore the Uiuch tii nver, and ut Ottr
Jt-rv, 01 his leuun from his tour. T.Ji
gintKmeii hae -completed he objici of !
their milurt, and have procured ma tin's
1'H an icttrate cit trt of the river, and she
i'ltmcd ate tontMv it pair. rl'fimh.- 'T he
D.idlorg vts a .Hiiteri'( .Account yfhe
country, finci-a'.ly, fbratib wVjlch h.:
paired, lie fo'ini a great vaiier of fiil
and fit 11 a 1 ion ; lonvtiiii s a loflii coun
try, wlvlc wbo'e ft.xtace -h-oawiflown by
the river in the wet Lad'n ; fjmttitucs
high ami elii; ble4 audai ohtf s brokcit anl
roi ins;.; Unt gei.iia'iy ferule a i l capable
of tl e:H4 t: t . t.ltatioti, Ms ifcttib L
the river -U tuija fe, aadlo-md it um.
irm!y penile and Iwatnitul (.he vnocity
ut.th; cuiitiH in;t biiif nuire tfiai h tit a
mile an hour J fioM eighty to one hundred
y.ird ii vi t h, and japnMe ot being ni
vigtied r A boats Aith bit few oitnic
il.i.ts v.l.icb aie r-l v rsmovcJ) as hh at
the Little .M-douri, " a dldance ot tour
f.ut,rtdwaMl fin v miles', . flte Oialor,
h!hi U a ihcuiid anl in nralogid, tound
tew o'-jeds wofiba'ice.i Iron could not
he foui. I in (Via te a quamitiei to jollify
ilieetrvlii n a turnTr, and na her mine
ral of fiffiicivut co tence to be narhed.
Coal was t iiin l in p!aves, but not in abun
rls'ice, anl f tvery iutrrt r qia'i.
TW rrortrv ah(u,tli's In" fati fom 1;, '
t1 wl.ub arc of iqual fltrtijj h with the
vaier if the meaii. He v.fiiel the fa
mmj$ ir.tdkiral, of hoi fi-rinatt of Uua
china, tim found ibem amofill the grcit
cil liaiiiial cui'Mt ii in the country hey
ilTie from a bid or mountain, i.f upwards
d 2 00 tctt in Kdgh;, -and r ear loo feet
from in bae i and on immerciog tha
thermometer, if tale in Imne to 130, and
oihtri to t3dyrre, Farenheit ihefur.
lace ot the fMiiidlof lomeuttiance roumi,
it f i warm tt to be tell by the fed in
valkiigovtr it, and fnowmtlnon it m.
Itirdiauly av V falli. TheDoaorhof
opinion that they po&ft caiftordiniry'
medical vif'uef, " . ,
Ffon theliilormation we hav ebtiin.
rd from l)i1or Hunter, and other t nile.
iren wl data vifned tit Oimkiiia
coumry, e lie indncfl to believe that
there are few fan ut Looifiaia that hold
run greater tempta iom 10 emiajtinti.
S mated on 1 fine liver 4 a fttiety of fell j
eligible fituation ; Mtre falubriout at
in..f, Vrre ( and itld temperate climate
thefeare a tvtntigt, of which few patti
cf tha woilJ on bt1,
. The Commissioners of the IJankofNew
lrn have rven notice that twelve thouvani
five bunded dollars are actually received i -accoum
of. the-.so.bsciiption to the capitul
tock of said nankKand that on the 23d inst.
I there will be a menting .of the stockliolJcra.
r r. f jf;,.iM.'. "'
fjj.i Lanp&?i. Est. is elected Governor nf
iNe w'rll imp'hire -and the 2 1 st of April next
ii appointed as a. day of butuiliation, lusting
and prayer 111 that state. . aost. I nt.
Capt. Bsrnet infTms that the reports lae
ly published reso';ctingtiie iiss of the Fj:.
X'Ji'd, Driver, tch&c. are en'irely without
Ujuudalioii; Uiarleslon Courier,
RALEIGH, Aprit I. t
IVtppetrt Ihtt the dividing-lint betw.it
ibis bttvc tod Gcorj la U nM liit'r toon t
The rrev of a vi llf.l 'ately arrived at
Nsw-Yuic Jit ine hunirtJanJftvtnh
tnrtiijt froft B mrd aut ; they lbfiiled
Mp wards -of twenty diyton fweet oil..
The Norfolk Herald tays that Jerome and
Madame Buonaparte have left Baltimore for
France in the 6ip Erin. . -
The a Lnfiartu! Rtptter (printed at
Hackensr.ck, New-Jersey) of the 19ih tilt,
tays 1 " The court of oyer and terminer and
general j til delivery, in and for the county ,
of Uergctv, will commence at this place o.a
Tuesday nest.' Rumor says, that Aaron
Burr, F,sj. the late Vice-President of the
U. Stat.'t, wilt traverse his indictment. In
deed it U believed tobe reduced to a certain
ty.. This question which has fr some timo
past given - rite to convi le-able (litcussion,
will toon, in all probability, be put to rest.'
Madame Turreatulady of his T'xcclle nry
Gcnn urreait,- minister pleoipottntiary of
France to the United States, and her two
childrenr - Mr.-Petry-first Jkcretary rj the
legation of France to the United Stalest
Mr. d Cabre, belonging to the said lega
tion t Mr. Lenuetne, private secretary 4f
the ministti, wi'h tevtral other Frendb ,
pasiangcrt, are arrived at Cbarlcston.
Mr, Ue Commercial Agent of the LVittd
States al Bordeaux, bat driven novice that
three American veinlt have lately beta
teiicd at tSt port, on account of British ma.
nt.faxlured foods to a considerable amount
havini; been found in the, baggte ol tha
passenger 1 and recommends to the merch.
ants and ship matters of the United Stares
not to rective any passcrtRart on beard, until
tucbhaggaget at they with to slip thai b
Thi f slitting it a tut tfthtFrtnth iulrt
in th WatJdn$ t
Le Mtjestcur, 190 gont l-e Maf ntnimt,
14 1 Le L'Orlent, II Le Gamappc, f 4 $ U
SulTrien, f4 L'lndVfatiesble, 54 UClolre,
44 1 LeJIercaux, 44 1 twebriet and tKb'r-
An Kntjlisli paper mentioning the tailing
of the Roc he fort feet, says" It It evident
they have guru to the westward. Immediate.
If on recwiTtnf tht tkive inttlligtnce, Sir
Chtrlrs Cotton, tod, Sir Thomas Graves
with each a tqosdroa, was seat in pursuit of
them. j .
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