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arf f-oling w'Uli tb.8 ordinal states,
2nd to prohibit slavery in certain
erf toric?i" "1 8111 SW:ti0U ""
Inc a prohibition and restriction
npoo the introduction of slaves in
ceded bv France to
the U, States, uoder the name of
Lrmisiann. which north of f, 6
decrees SO minutes north la itode,
not included in ibe stata contempia
ted by that act. J'
Mr. B. in support of the rcso
.Jution, contended that the reetnc
liou was the result of a compromise
of the last session, entered into by a
iVmt committee of the Senate and
t!,a House of Representatives in
whic h the Mends oi reaintwyu -crcei
.tu admit Missouri into the
Cniou without u, nu uw-n u.
ed tu the restriction' agraca to the
admission of Maine, -and the imp. -'tfitiuu
of a ;-estricljoB upon tnotcr
iit, v ibwt Maine, aceorumg to
the 'c- iu f compromise, had forth
with been .admitted, and-theternlo.
Tr restricted j that, by the tame
Jaw which imponed Jhf restriction
rpm. uc territory, MiCTuorttrM
amhoriawl' to form a cortSTRnfion
8r.tv government, vjtlio'nt res
Uic.im i that Mwwuri, relying no
un uo faith of the. government, had
called a convention, formed a con
siifioti, laid down her territorial
gWeiumeut, organised state gi
veniment, and bad put it in" com
plcte and full operation and that
the .friends of restriction had, with
"little variation, ; opposed the admis
aiou of Missouri upon growAn,
the contented, technical and orm
ual, ad .lad again resumed these
contest for restrictiin ; thar, as the
restriction upon -the territory was
the result of tbo cemprorj.ise, and
wasimjust and unwise excjipnn
tha principles of tlw comiinnuise,
hd could not (i-ve been otherwise
imposed, that settlement harm; been
Violated by tbo rejection of Missou
ri, if was now due to good faith to
teiWal tlw restriction. Mr. I). sr.hl
that be had voted for the restriction
upon the territory, but would not
have d-et' so but for the solemn a
grecracnt to adnait Missouri mm
d ieted, and that he now felt it Ins
duty tuuirgeits repeal., Mr. B. in
4u argument jof some length,, in
wbrfk b tiittk Variwiia views of the
aubju furtber5hf'jrced the general
ground above stated. -
The proliraiuary quosiiea bting
pui "Will tbe house How proceed
to cousider this resolution It was
iectddj'4hc nfgatito, 70T(iUs t6
43. gj tho rciolutioji lios on the
.table. ' - .V.,
f he Speaker laid fcefure the
House -a letter from Wra.Thorafoa,
3apcri!intlaiit of the Eatajnt Office,
an tlif subject of. tbo proponed redac
tion of his salary and that of the
Clerk in hi office; which, Jo'trr
was ro-d aud ordered to lie on the
table. . v ' - ;
Tho Bpesker also laid before the
House a letter from the Secretary
of the Treasury, transmitting a
statement of the assjitit hfsal.L im-,'
ported, and tha duty nccrutogjhere
on ; the aui&uut of bounties aii'if .'.1
lowancos to fihkg vvt3scls, frcra
the coiameucemnt o? the. govern
recntto 31st Dec iSlp ; also the,
nuantitv of salt re-cxnoHcd without
.. -s-, J i -,
lipiiefit of dravbafk, from. lr.t (Kf.
1801, to S04h Sept. iSlJ; which
as ordered to lie on the table.
rrim kill (Vnm tKo Rinnlp." nmc n.
Olatory of the charter on tho Bnk of
the United States, was twice regd
nmt iAhii m 1 1 1
Mr Sergeant, Trora the jsi'iciary
coanL'teo,. to '.vhonn was .rrferred
the bill from the Senate, to estahlisb
an uniform system of bankruptcy
throughout the Unfted States, re
ported tbo same witbou' amoad
inetit ; and, on tnotion of Mr. Ser
geant, the bill was ordered to lie on
tho table,, with a view to beiug cal
Id np heresfier.t
Mr. Sergearif: ifroui the same
committee, reported the full-swing
resold ton : ' , :
Eesjlycd by Ike Svuiie end House
of RcprescnrGtivei tf-tfn. V: Stubs
of Jimcrica in (.'ovgre. asiMlled,
That irhcra any" sfato or atAtes,
Nation of Cvngrcaa in the I'Molution
of ths SSd of Sf-p ember, I78tf, shall
have withdrawq. or shall hereafter
withdraw, cither iw whole or iu part,
the use cf their jails fr vrisoticr
cmmilted under the authority 'of
the Uatted Biates," the Marshal in
such state or slato, under the di
rertron f the jddr r tlif dUtrict,
iihall lie, and hereby IgJ authorized
t qoind, ytjtktr r(nveriif of
place to servefaa teaorwy jail,
i and to rsake Ut ne5fS:Afy provision,!
untairoviflion ahall be Hiadeyfey:
.law for- that rarpos,itnd the , said
marshal be aiioweq i.is rcasonanio
expenses incurred for the abovo;
purposes, to be paid out of the Trea-
aory oi uro umwu oiw. - -
The resolution, Iiaviog been brier-
It exulained bv Mr. Sergeant -t6',w- -.1,;, i.annHtfnrPvoiU hi?,
have become necessary by the rc -
cent proceedings of the Stato of
Ohio, was ordered to bQ engrossed ,eir diQorences and pretensions, by
for a third reading witboot a diiJa Treaty, which shall designate,
, On motion of Mr. flftor,'U tras
Ilesolved, That a committeo - be
appuiated jointly with such commit-;
ft as may bo Wntrf by
'Senate, to enquire and report what
proper to be acjed on during the pre-
sent session ofCopgrcss.
Mr. Clay rose to give notice to
thcliouse, that he should on to mor-
row make a motion, the nltimate
pnjeci oi wnicu - was uie aeciarauon
, . m . m a.
6fthe admission of tho State of
Missouri into tho Uaion.
On motion of Mr. Men, of Mas-
sachu'ctts, tho honse agreed to rc-
con'ider ttic rote, wiiereDy (lie bill Pensioner or the Royal and distm
fur granting a pepMin to Com. igoishod Spanish Order of Charles
Samud Tucker was yesterday re
The bill was amended, s as to
reduce the proposed annuity to the
rate of 20 dollars per month ; and
I Iw question being pui on order
ing tbe bill, thus amended, to be
read a third time, it was decided by
Yeas and Nays, as 'follow ;
For tho third reading 70,
Against it i 70
Tho votes being ee(nal, rite Speak
er voted in the aQrmafivo. Bo the
bill, wns pKSsed, and ordered to be
rcjsd i third lime to pvirrow.
The Speiter laid beforo the
flonro a letter from. the Secretary of
the Treasury, transmitting a state
ment of the official eiiMlnnicufs and
expend it urea of tha o'fioer qf. tho
customsi for Iho year 1S20 which
was read and ordered to lio oa the
. Mr. "TToodJ rora the comaiitiec on
the I'tiblis JJoildittgs, wli'i were m
sfrnctcd to enquire into the practica
bility of better veutilaiiig tho Hall
of Representatives, made a report,
concluding vUth a resolution, direct
ing the commissioner of Pub.tc
fiahdingf to take mmgnres, in the
rces ofCongross, for tho more cf
fcctanl "ventilation of the Ilonse.
,:The repon wa agreed to, wkhoot
deb vte or opposition.'.
REDUCTION OF tUB SALA-
- i ' R1ES, ie.
The nous-' resoincJthffeooi(lerii-!
tioa of the anllaished bnsincss of yes
terday, which was the bill ta redone
(on an average, ky ga per cent.) the
salaries of the efficers of te govern
mnntwsth the aoiendmcitt pmpoied
by lir.CampbeU, tho object of which
was la 'reduce, th py of te tnem
bsrs froni e's'it dollars to six dollars,
per diem. ,
The labjcst ocenjie.l the whole
dny. The Dtbate ras dognltory, arid
is reserveiVfor future pohficatioo.
The q-festiom which aro, and
the deeUnna thereon, wore ai follow:
Mr. .Iiultrson moved fo posiprne
the hilt indefii)iteJy. Thin motion
was nigalivcd, by yeas and tiavs, tOtl
to 49, , "..'...
Mr. Archer, ef Md. mored t n.ngtori'; then, crossing the s.ud R;d
Wend the amendment, so as to repeal 't'lVtr, and running ther.co, bj' a lino
the eiistiog ttw rtfpcciiag the pay jduo north, to the river Arkansas $
of meftibcrs of Congreyi, loaviwg lhothcnco, following the cuursa of tho
snbjeet whfrlty npanv that -tha next southern bank nf tho Arkansas, tu
Cengress rais'hi fit the cooiponsation ji!3 saorcc, in latitude north ; and
as they should thmk proper. This tficnco, by. that parallel of latitude,
motion was negatived. , 5)C SoiItl s,a The wl,0,& bc.
n I i ,r , ;-
takd eti'eel from the commencement
lirc.eit maainn H r,irA I ; - P"in, linprOVlHl lit .tilVJ 1 ii IU j ail. 1 J" -'"' v " ' -iiihji, un uomi,
wasdisoased of; 18I' t,.o sourca or the L "txa? r . lu.7l?.,.T ,a' ..r,:Vr:':. ' v ,,,,
CiW with thoexnre.edioten- Arkansas river shall be found to 1" "-. V "r, "" (aU sV,in ; 0 """LV;, !; Z , Uii
fpottioif tho bit and amend-Kail Unrth or soutkbf la'itudu 4.2,;' nau, cra si. s5 ?. v-
to sleep, as one which would bellhcn the line eha! to from tlm said ! VJ,U ; ' ! Y""" p' V .I.. . n. ...n
produf.tivo of nolhiii but a iiselvi.fsotirc'o due south, or iii.fih ' as t!
eotisiiuiptioii of lime,'inved to iayicilso may be, till it tneetn the "Sahl
tabill an ihetahlv. Aud
This motion was agreed to &a to
S tho bill was la' (I on tin table.
And tie House adjnurned.
BY THE VBESIIIE.Vl' OF T.1C VXI
TED STATES. " 'fe
Whet-eas a Treaty of Amity,
Sclllcmeiit, aud Limits, betwoon
tbe U. Statos of America h.J hia
Catholic Majesty, was, :-coniduded
and signed betweeu their . Plenipo
tentiaries, xii this, .My, n Ihetwcu
ty second day of Feb. iu the year of
our Lord oao thousand eight bun-
d'ed and nineteen, which treaty,
ward for word, U a9 follows : "
: - TREATt .
' tr.mtc$ir -Jlmirica
and nis CalhMc Majesty,
Tho u. States of America and
bis Catholic Maiestr.-desirinjr to
conso idate, on a permanent baaia.
fb friendship and good correspon-
.1MW T IIIV1I tl .I'll J .'.vmb.w "
.twao the twn nAriinii. Lava deter
m:ned to eettlB end terminate, all
with ptec sion. tho limits oi tueir
;'U'v7 borderine territories in!
tho limits of their
C th Tn'tcotiou. the PrcsiJ
with tlieip full powers Jons Quincy
jiuin, uui,iMirjr o vJ-av v
U. States j and bis Catholic Majes -
' ty lias appointed the most exccjleut
Lord Deo Luw Db Onis, Ounsa.
82I, Lopez y Vara. L irdof the
(own of ' Rayacas, perpetual Re - i -
dor or tne Corporation ot the- City! .
iMWnvtn n MWkri il fttn.t.v'k mmJ ot i tin In InI
f Palamanca.- Knight Grand Crw?? apoi and stipulated
f (ho Roycl Amciican Order of f"'1 , ' ft & "aLt I5! "
Isnbelln the Cathalic, decorated
with the Lys of La Vendee, Knight
the Taird, Member of tbe Supreme
Assembly of the said Royal Order,
of tho Canncil of his Catholic Ma
jesty, his' Secretary, with Exerciao
of Decrees, and his Envoy Extra
ordinary nnd Minister rienipotcn
ticry near tic U. States of America
ca .... ' , ,
And tho said Plenipotentiaries,
after having c;:uban;cd their pow
ers, have agreed upon and conclud
ed the following articles ;
Article 1. .
There siail be a firm and invif.la
blo psace md sincere friendship be
tween tha United .States and their
citizen'!, irnl Ihj Cfttholic Majesty,
his stiLtesrs and subjects, without
exception of penwns or places.
Iih C.i'miic "-ilajiaty cedes to tbo : shall be invorporated io the Union oT
U. Stale in full pnqwrly aiil suv- ibj United Stales, as sacti as ciay be
ereigntv, all tha territories whicln consistent with the prineiplca of the.
belong" t'i binr situated to tlxo cast-1 federal coustituthin, and admitted to
wvd'of the Mississippi, known by j b enjoyment -.f all the privileges,
the name of Ewt and West Florid. ).' onim?Jome, ol' lb8 c:U"
n..,i;.,n. icti. .t.;.,o.i. . m f tbe United States, .
aid proyiures, all public lot aud
wjtiarct!, vacant lauds, public ct.i
area, fortihcatiuDS, barracks, ')ah;:i.c! cedeJ by kinl t, tl)e Unilea
other .bttildings, which aro not pri-. sl-rM' ho withdrawn. anJ pos-
vato property, archicvcs and ..docti-
roents, whic'i relate directly to t tie
properly and eoversicnty of suid
provincos are inc!udtd in thia ar-
ticl. The said archices ami doc
iitnents siiall be left iu.poascs.sion of
the rommisaarica or oUirers of the
U. States, duly authorized ta' - rc -
The boundary litis between tbe
two countries, west of the Missu-
ippi, shall begin on tlie Gulf ol
Mexico, at tho mouth of the river
Sabine, in the sea, contiauing n-irtb,
along the western hank of Upt riv.
cr, to j.he Sti degree of latitude ;
thence by a line duo nnrth", tu the
degree of latitude-- where it strikes
the Rift Iloite nf Natchitoches,, or
Wed Uiven ; then, following the
conrsc'of the Rio Roxo westward,
to the derrreo of lonttitudo loo wost
from Londou, v '3 front Wnsh-
X down in Melius man
he U. States, v,pJilllilhciL at Pkiladcl
j parallel of latitude 1 ' a
along tho s'nid parallel, to the South
Sea : . AH tho ifdatuta in tho Sabine,
Aodthc BHid Red nnd A:!;ans.u riv
er:i, throughout th(Tc(ire thu.H do-
srrtbed, to belong, to tho U.' States ;
but tho use of the waters and thu
navigation or tli& Sabine to the sea,
arid "of tho said rivers Jioxi) and
ArkansaSi- thruughotit the extent ot
the said boundary, on their rcs.nrc-
tive banks, shall ho coxtiioa t tiia
respective inhabitants jtif bOlh iu
liuna. 'ilio two high contracting parties
aqrreo to code aud reuounco ail thcii'
rigUls,. claims, and priiteuaions, . to
the territories 'described- by' tho said
line : that is to say : tho U. States
hcteby cede to m ...Catholic Majes
ty, and rctioaticu tic ever, all tiwir
i I - .. I .1 . .-..1 P T ' Itixnt ilf.ti.. I rtil Mm rit Mf I. -a I "A -1 - .ntli n.r.-rr tl CN'
.'rjgtila, tlaitns, aud pretcnsioBs, io.aeinBfet f the Mgpoh, .
territories lying west --and .ronHiright of fleposii at.Kew.Orfe"tiT:
ot the., above dcwibed--line j arid, ' , . 5,
m like manner, nw vamoiio w ;
j7 cedes !o the said C,
'"8 fights, claim?, and pretersions,
j tho said line, and tor hiraaelt, his
heks, and snccessorai renonncesall
news, anu HiKxcsauro, iciiouua mi
claim to the said territories forever.
viaim 10 uio aiu icun
m ' ,. ticU.4,
. To lu this line witl
e . , m f
To fi this line with more preei
.lV'!!! . r;!"1
, .: , 7 i. V .1.
c,..rcu8 ,Ti.c. .a...
oatioo of this traaty.at NatcbUashei,!Ma!eateitSX Ctt!i,lia
on iuc iivbii river, aim prucccu in i uo i j rjj ioluriei
j and mark '.he said line, from tfc!in t&e Dreation of the nth T?ilmi
! mouth of the Sabine to tbe River, and ! tS03 , IAuSmi,
I from the Rod river to the river Ar-j s. ' To the sum which LU r n
kansas; &a&o ascertain the latitode T o!io jUnjasty adranctnJ fr tLa ,
1 f be source r the eaiJ river Ar-r tMrn ef cfaptstiu Pike from t e r,-.
, :,!. ' 13."
t plans, and keep jsnrnals of their pro-
eeeoings, and the res nit agreed upon
by them shall be considered as part of
this treaty, and shAtl have the same
force as it' it wore insertml therein.
The two govarmneaU. will amicably
agroo fespettin ,the Dcoetsary arti
cles to be furnished to those persons,
and also cs to their respective es
corts, should such be deemed Titers
sary. itrticli &.
The inbabiinnts of the ceded ter
ritories shall b secured in the free
exercise et their relrgioa without any
rustrielion, and all those who ninytle-
siru to remove to the Spanish dumid
ions shall lie peraiilte! to tell or ex -
port iheiriflicts.atttoy time whute-
ver, witbeat bt;iag sabject, in cither.
caty,lu daiit;-.' .
Tha inhah'.tuuls of the territories
which his Cbthulic Mjc(y cedss to
tut Uiiitttit etr.ttfi, bv this treaty
The rllicer ani troops ef his Ca-
iiuiia MAjeety, ia tbe territories
U0s.iio of the plaee occupied by
! thra shall ho siren wiihin six
months after the cxdiangc of the ra-
litba'.ions of th!i treaty, or ooaer,if
possible, by the otSeera of his Catho
j lie Majesty, to the commissioners or
fcflieera of the United States, duly ap-
; i1?'0! ta reeeue them y . aU tuau-
, li.lBU oiiU't ,i.i iuiuib iud linns
itsris aud cseort neoisary to oeo-
vey tho Spauisb etlieera and .troops,
au J their baggage, t tiic Havana.
At uele 8.
All the groats f laud m.Je h
fore tho Mh of January, by siJant, by and with tbe advice hhi!
Lis Catholis Mujeity, or by his law-1 consent of the Scuaia, which cunitiiu
fut aulboritiea.ia lht aid territuiies, j sinu shall meet at (be city of Wasli
eeded by his Jlajcsiy to tho Uuiled : ington, and. eirhis the epaco of three
Suies, hU be ratified end eon firm-! years from tha time of thir fi",f
ed to the persons in jfosstssisn ot tI;o meeting-, shall,reeeirij, fXimiu", nnl
lands, to tha same extent that the decide upon the amount nnd vaii'lf;
same zrants would bo "Valid, if tho! of all the claims included within fhu
territories nail remained unJtr tiic
ttooiinton o; his Calholie Msienty.
Cut tbo-owner a ia posseHsioo of .suh
lunlswliv, hy reason f tbo recent
cirt!iiriUuci a of the Spanish najion,
and the revolutions in llurepe, have
bceo prevented' fruin fo.Uiiliug all the -
conditions of their graats, shell com-
plele them within the tcim liini'ed
ia (he same, respectively, from the
una ot iqis i rcaiy a in .cioiaui oi
which, the slid grants thail bo hnll
of! aad void.
Ml irrit ni!ln tnf tfifi
jf&id 2ilh of JaitMarvylSiG. wlien tha
The t-.v.i HiV cnntrnctiiur uartie.
iii'iiinii.i! wiih ttin mnt n ei ... f 1
-' . " . .
siroef conciliation, and with the oh -
ject ef phirleg aa end t; I'tbo Jif-
fercnfN which have rxUtad betwceo
them, aad of eoalirmins the goad un-
doritaadiua- which ttf v wish to ho
fo.-evar maintained -between them, re-!at the -iastaoce ui":.1.ie saiu t
".iprocally renneReo all elatms for ! sinners. 1 ' , .'
j damages 6r' injuries . which -theyj The payment oi suea J..
Itlwniselves, a well ai their respac-iaiay bfi-atloiitted cad tt'li".0'
?' oitizeili aud subjects,-way' havo
j'Vv-riid until" lira tia,u ofsiSainS ibis
States will axteud la all tha injur
JUie reu'JH4iueu ot rua C uifcJ
wit! n the icrrUory Aad juris'iiCiioa
'tei i all nlalmi n ? ? fi it - n " set n
meatio.ued ia tbe lioiveatiou of thu iuu oreation o. sea i1t
11th of August, '1808.... , Iterest of six par -ceol . psr --'k
si. To nil elaiais on asaannt cf payublf from iae.precee.iiai
prizes mule by French privateers, ! of publie lauds wil!,lD lr" "j
tin J caudeiiuicd bv'Frausfh consul, iherebvded to the Uoii- - .
w eitweas ,f ,u ,
"."J DS V?m tbe unUWfu.
ierritnrini''s.:- " 7 "'"J11 M
Ml4BM w bpaabl
- j, . . ,
TjniVed Slate, i". tLlp?J,;ftt;
1 -- -j "iviivuig VI Will
- eitiag the interjMition of
! ?rnmenl 'f tb Unitvd ttateW )!C
eea presented to the Department !I
uccu picaeuiru 10 me Uepartmem
wtut in 5?pain,JiiBOe, tbe date tfZ
: e;as lotprna.
I - . . .
3. To HI! injuries earned by tl
expedition of Miranda.tbar ft j(uj
out and equipped at New Yrk.
4. To.all claims of Bpuib- 8U,
jeeu nptio the gsvernmeoi of the
United States, arising from unlawful
seizures at sea, or wiihin th por(,
and territorial jorisdietioa ef the
United Stales. ,
Finally, to all the . elaims of iut
jeets of bis Catholic Majtstj !,,,
the government of the Uni.e.i gtatis,
in which Ihe intcrposiiiD.uf Lis Ca!
thi)Iio Msjesty's gTerqaject haj been
solicited beforo the ditto of this trea
ty, and siaee the dtttn isfilif. foaven
tieiiof 180J, or which may Jiuvs brn
msda le the Uepartuieut of Porei
Aiiairs-oi ni -uajimy, or to Lis iJis-
- : iter in the Hatted bluios
1 And tho high contracting jinrticf,
j respaetively, reoouuee all claim u
t indemnities' for rny -cf - tbr-rreear
' evsnts oc trausactious of tlir rej.
Ipeeti've elfaeders and tfficers ia
The Ueitcd States w 111 . caitre iv
tUfactien to bo made for the injuries,
if any, which, -by prtcnm of litw,
shall, be established to Lave ban
sv'd'jred by the StpanUh ctlicirj, und
individual Spanish i n ha b ituriis bv
the late operations qf tbe Aaciic.ii
army in Florida.
The convention entered into be
tween the two governcr.ejiti, on ibe
..'It lb of Angtfst, tsua, the ratib'ca
tioas of wh:eh were exebuond tbe
31,t Dessmbsr., lets, ia tusuileil.
Art cle tt.
Tha Uoiced States exoneration
Spam from a!! demands in fature,au
j accoaDt 0 tho claims cf their eiti
zeds to which the rfjujcciitoui here
in containetl extend, nJ emuiJeting
them entirely cancelled, ondertnke to
tasks satisfaetien for the same, to an
amount not exceeding five million of
dallar. To asaertain the full amount
and validity cf th&se claims, a Com-
ouisien, to consul of (hr?e Loramw-
nonera, cilixens rt mo umim
- , 8nues, shall ho appointed by the Vic-
: ucsTiptiors ahovo7 mrnf neu.
) said . Comm.s. oner shiul taK
otih or a.Tnniniinii. to ba enltrsJ on
; tbo record of their jir3CnUng", ij1
! the faith.'ul aud diNgeat diKcbaf?"."1
j'tbeir duties; and ifi mac of thedca.,
.i eiijtncss, or neeessary abecco of uo;'
sneVCftmniiSsipiier, his"' place am)'
I supplied bvtho niufoiutMientasofi'ri''
Isnid, or by the Ucesident of l.;e
i . . m IS . . -
ten niates, uunng u-e rccrs,
Senate, ef another Coiamijair-in-T
1.; -to.!, 'i'lnoinl I rmriJIg-iV,!! .e
;da:l bo anthorlx'd to hear ai;d
bi in tlteir possession: ir i.ia '
' - ..... . I I. if
. i riMit t.i tii e saiu c la i :as . a-1
'the principles of justice, t.-ie
nations, aad the piipu.ations of
"ei'v bciwoen - the tw I''iJ.
j th October, 1703 Uhe sj.'i
. nrents U be spea?h?d wkeo 'oan.. .
aid n a . n.--i;.
; Mid. Uoaunsssiv-.", w . 'n )t Jr.
'part of tl.3m, to aa .
ins iauiidiatuiy at thoir Treuiji.
. it IL. I, in r i li ' fl!l
aa raaoo oy nii . ...
or in such other itnumr a w
jrrel of tlfe Catted
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