St t ;H ol t.!h in.luit-y, ar.d e:n-rt nfrJ and p-.Hu:.'
.... conduct, and c trut fciiT )0utrf fil!o ItSrnl mill pnr
sie the unif pi rMrf eiitcrprisingpath, tUt mi
fcountry may h slwiys a-ipf lit J itli men of equal v 'vrtj
and gaiivts.-f'w ( .
, ' . . . f
, (maw,) strrxussa 22. i
'J!it:!j Homl .' We arc toll Out the following scene
took plf c In'Normaii-strect ft few dsys since. A hall
gruww Cat, moi bM ptrhsps thai prudent, ften-d up.
on a lirge lUt thai m out upon a foraging tspedition,
but ion tho point of loosing hi prey for wantofstrergili
s , to lioM it at this critical moment the Cat was opportunely
rtiitkrcfd by an old Hen, which lad probably been be
n avtd of aiiine of her tender ofi'spring by this fnerrileM
depredator, and which, while lus it ill kept her hull on
her antagonist, actually picked out bit cyci the Rat,
i-iVrwrrr. Ilnd .M U as, !tifl Piajntajntdthe Unequal jolt
, test, till the, Mother Catf teeing the struggle from a dis
, ' tance, flew also to the aid of her brave little Mouscr, 'and
-i aooo decided the Lte of the day, carrying off the before
jjtalf ennrrucred barbariaq hi rriimph. s y 1-.-. .
fit'. & -, '
SAUSBURW (K,C) TUESDAY, OCTOnKR 1, 1820.
Our poetical department waj filled, before the beauti-
fUl lines communicated by Miivrsa, were received. ' We
shall pre tberri " place, with great pleasure, in our next
The Presentment of the Grand Jury of Anson County
shall occupy a com picuou place In our acxt number.
Its manner and matter.richly descrre it ' ' ' ,
J JVTr COLLEGE.
We continue to receive account of the deep and lively
interest which 1s felt in. various parts of this section of
the state in the establishment of a new College in the
West On a subject so important to the present and fu
ture iateresU of the western people one which so nearly
affect the welfare of tlsetr children and children's chil
dren, and which is to intimately connected with their
moral and political advancement on such a subject, it
Was to be expected great solicitude would be excited.
And such is the case. The feeling of the people were
enlisted in its favor as soon as it was proposed. They
taw and felt its Importance. They looked not so much
at the present, as the future. Their views were not
' bounded bylhe narrow circle of their own existence j but
v,l they embraced the interests of unborn millions, who are
. aucccsMveiy w innaoii uie icnue uus ana vauics oi uic
.west, who are to constitute the strength, and contribute
to the greatness of North-Carolina. In their sober judg
ment they approved of the plan of a new college in
y some one of the western counties j and the good sense of
V the people, unbiassed hy prejudice unwarped by party,
and uninfluenced by interested or designing individuals
sfely decides wrong. In the present case, no influence
ts exerted, no excitement endeavored to be produced
. ' the' object was fairly and candidly proposed, and imme
Z diately and cordially approved. Its accomplishment now
. teinams to be effected.
. -To every object of importance to the community, there
will always be some opposition. This one, so big with
; the happiness and prosperity of the present and future
generations, cannot expect to escape. As yet we have
witnessed no direct hostility to it, from any quarter j tho'
' 'fwTlhgiTnlnhacal tolts success, and unworthy of those
r iodine them, "we iare sorry to say are manifested by
, persona among ourselves i by those wno are. bouna by a
,.cpnunotiiirteTertandJk)cal attachment touc,theicinflu
ence in its faror. . ( Tlie article from the National Intelli
fncerwhkk wffpuhl'whed tw weeks since; Ihotfgtf co.
iningfrom a quarter where little interest, if any,, could
vbuld be liixollr tmnroner. mar be considered as the
- a 4 , -
commencement of an opposition, open and undisguised.
One ff the editors of the above paper was at Raleigh but
a short time before the article alluded to appeared in the
latcEgnccri- aad he may there hare been persuaded,
. through the influence of Chapel-Uil, (which is improp
erly thought to be opposed to a new college in the west,)
io iena uic sua m uii reipeciaoie paper 10 uic coramcncc'
CTtbf anoppotion to the proposed institution. Such,
.V however, may not hare been the motive from which he
' med Wi.remarks ; we hope not; but circumstances
- eem to fayor our suttpicions.
7- Wa have neither leisure nor room, aMhis time, to no-
Kce the obiectbns which may be urred aeainst the pro
7osHSoTlegeTior to atejAmany arguments which
'" W'jfUoilaii aubjecVin a future number,
unless some of our correspondents will do us as well as
. .. i.T--"'i' - . . . . . 'J
our readers, tne favor ot taking it oft our hands. Tliey
could wot, perhaps, devote their talents, in a leisure mo-
aienti to a incuflefirtpurposc, than the discussion of a
" subject so important to the- West, and so interesting to
all w ho are mYeeCn as in local situation, WcsterfltCar-
. 2&:;'jre OF IMPOSTORS t
Sometime irf July last, two persons were apprehended
V " under the to.
. rfanf ocU and committed to nrisoh. ,l JTiev stated them
selves to be foreigncrsi who had been captured by pi-
i,ate, wnn au their broperty and were soliciting1 the
rjiarityof the public, ttoAileviate their misfortunes. They
bad papers; certifying td th$ruth of their accoumpur
portinir to'be, one from the feovernor of Lavinia. a town
feuti by tiin to Won fotmyAppeirinef the othcy from mil
tlie governor of Logos, hrfPortUeal. They had also
ti-anslations of these papcA made-i Phihdelphia, to
which were affixed the cfrtiScate of a Notart Public of
tUat city, and the seal of the Governor of Pennsylvania,
Thenipstratea of PattsburiJi wrote to the Mayor of
"fmipiu, w iwni wuruicr any sucn, person? were
kowj tjjere, and if so, whether thei1 were realivvwhat
.&mmfr&to be. The PJdttsburh paptr of Aug.
. ?i :K.aJe that a reply hadheen-received from the Mavor,
wortli t;n Ui5':snI di11.ir tml bi foHl-ril Iffrnnfi.
nuh-r f'e prctrnccs, for many rars. It U aVt'natrd
ri the letter, that grrat munWr havv bi-on 'ul are still
rnrijfcd in the iitn-e bM!iKs it i ralrtiLtcd, tliat
imlcr various fJte rr pre snta ions vf ritrtt hy f arth
qtiakca, shipwrecks, fires, Intin-lktlom, tc.-lf, several
liuiulrcil thotiaand tlollars have been' drawn from benev
olent citizens, and carried out of the United States by
this society of Impostors', .,; ,,. : c
Three persons, tuiving similnr papers, relating like
tales of mufortune, and no dmilt oftiio same fraternity,
havo vtnited this village within the pant year, and levied
their contributions on the sympathy and generosity of our
citizens. One of these impostors was here but a few
days since, ami succeeded, we believe, In imposing on
several persons, . He left us for the Forks t and we ad
vise our. ft'llQwitiz:ns in 'that quarter to be on their
guardaod not let the artful and plausible tales of an im-
ponor uicn i ruin uieia weir money. ( iiu net rcmainen
in this place but an hour longer,1 Ho would, have shared
liVa t.t m,',U Ltd . '. V.U. ....
roa ras wssTsax ciaoustav.
Who is so rrokn
' Hist cannot see tlus palpable device f
' Yet who so bokL bat sari he sees It not f "
Dud is the world, and all will come to nought'
TVTicn such Iff dcaEiigs inusf be seen in thought .
.;z..:'i .jr. aaixsr nai.
.V Free and bold discussion, on every subject, is
the vital pint of reason and of truth. A topic
that shrinks from inquiry, must be bad ; and a
principle that cannot bear analyUa,' must be via
' One of the greatest questions which at pres
ent agitate the minds of the ole of this stute,
is that of, a CONVENTION t And it is a r b
jeet " which should not be treated with levity
by any person who regards the rights and privi
Ietes ol men The people of the western sec
Uon of North-Carolina have borne the yoke of
oppression long enough s It is now high time
that they should boldly assert their rights, and
demand those privileges which are theirs by birth
Those who are oppoted to a Convention, are
constrained to acknowledge that the constitution
is defective ; yet they are willing to forego these
defects, rather than apply the proper remedy !
Out it must be remembered that those who ;ul
vance such " reasons M reside in the tattrrn part
of the state where the constitution, with all its
defects, operates materially to thr.tr ndnntagr.
Such doctrine might be tenable, provided our u
vemment cherished amtocratiol nrinririk-4. sac
riScing the interests of the inunv to the benefit
of a few. Dut the American people hold such a
government in abhorrence, and as fit only for ty
rants.' It is, therefore, the duty of every man in
our state, whose principles are in unison with
those of the American government, to oppose
aristocracy in whatever shape it mar appear
It is not reasonable to suppose that the framcr
of our constitution were gifted with the spirit of
prophecy: but. it mat be. fairly presumed, that
had tlfey foreseen the evil which now exist s, some
provision would have been made, whereby a re
medy might be effected without much difficult;
Under the provisions of our present constitution,
a minority governs a majority of the freemen of.
North-Carolina I Not a single law can lie tnac
ted without the consent of the minority ! Does
this look, like a republican government ? Can any
person believe that it was the deign of the vir
tuous framers of our state constitution to bring
about such a state) of things ? I think not. Yet
we are told by some of the eastern editors, that
we must suffer this oppression : that they have
Lived and done well under the, present constitu
lion! We do not feel disposed to question the
purity of the motives of those editors ; but it is
presumed that the public at large will judge for
" I do hot "wish to hear any more of tKj eastern
nnd western interests : We are all as one great
familyVandour only object in view should be the
general welfare of the pfople. 1 The people of
this state should not be divided, like the petty re
publics of Greece, where each was under a dis
tinct government. Our interests wiould be the
same. Equality of representation is what e
ask, and this is no more than a just and reason
ble request. It has been remarked by a phitd
sophical writer, that men in general have two o
phionsv viz. i one of intere&t the other of right":
which of these two opinions governs the eastern
editors, does not require much discernment to
Some of the arguments which have been Used
in opposition to a Convention, urealmo$raslddi
crous as the following, which some time since
came under my Immediate observation : It so
s ? II I . i
happened, that at an election lor a person to sup
ply a Vacancy which occurred in an office of trust
and profit, one of the candidates happened to be
born in one of the adjacent counties for this cir
cumstance he .met with considerable opposition ;
in fact, it was1 urged with as much warmth by a
fevr indiv'iduaisvas.if he had been a, native of Hin-
dostan i And but a shod time since, on neat ly
a similar occasion, the ame objection was made :
One of the oppositionists went so far as to de
clare, that we might as well, scnd.toi Ironce for
persons to hold our offices, as to take those born
out of the county ! f.TXibeV!rip1srSon v'iio mide this
declaration, we might say, in the language ofMr.
Icke, is taken Ibr a person of 44 large, sound,
round-about sense !"
It is absolutely a stigma Ob the. age we live in,
to advanre such sentiments. Micit opinions
the tales of hobgoblins were taken as supernatu
ral aspirations. But such absurtfttieS wilj not be
brooked by the people at this time o day : They
have intelligence and independence enough to
think imd-ac for themselves : They are hot to
be so easily ensnared 'by sycophants, whose tin-sd-jike
'atumcnare likccjwebs banged but
nur!c mdt pretensions; artfT t! j nur.itcof per
son who wcre.cngagcd 'In tint way of nrtiug
was smalL ' I cannot say thu thojr were -f that
way of thinUng, as the vcucst iucot would not
bclicvQh, - - , i
In order to exhibit the full farce of such rea
itiin, will stippoie a cae i , The' terrlmry
which lies within, the limits of North-Carolina
was once destitute of a single county t but In
process of timc It Was inhalitnl by persons from
other states and nations i when the popuUifoh
Increased,' If was deemed necesiary, for thV con
venience of courts of justice, Ut. 16 r'nn'divls
lonal lines through sjd tertilory : rnr) thus, at
iciiiii, uy suou iiimiuiui iiiici iuo iiuinuer vi
cJuniielhttvTTnc7eascd"lo whaflhly"how afcv
Now it will appear plain to every one, that these
divisional. Unci alone: bat ecaucd a superiority
of the pcople'of one couwty above those of an
other! If this Is not the case, it must be self-l
dent that It Is nothing else In t'rulhr ; I wish It "to
be understood, that hdo not pretend to deny but
some counHes have 'more; intelligent . men in
them than others; this Is too plain a truth to ad
mit of a doubf r but 1 most absolutely deny that
the birth place of a person alone, (supposing If to
be in an adjoining county, perhaps two or three
hundred yards from the lino,) derogates from his
character or abiliUesv. Underjiucli .circumstan
ces, It is Co be hopedf that all petty local jealous
ies will be done away, and the people in general
will look to the common welfare, or all. It is
said in Holy Writ, that a kingdom divided
against Itself cannot stand. ' Having such high
authority before our eye,' it certainly ought' to
restore harmony and good will among.us. I be
fore observed, that the people of this state are as
one great family and it is their duty and inter
est to unite together in well doing. This happy
period, I trust, is not far distant. homo.
Itemarl alU-jXn taking the Census of the town of Wa-
' ; V. ' eerier, ' , ' '
f not nreviousVsoLl at nrtv.t u "" . .
.U ',,fiK U"1cr & i nrlrr
23, six months credit, all sums overiiO, a credit tf
QtrThe sale will tkt nkdo at in f th
, . a -ww.w w. -w W'
btr, near tho Court-Ivuc. w s ... ,-. . . ... -
tStHiburyt October 9, 18)-213 :. .
THE rahscriber, tafcly fi-om itjiMiharlii's;, a fc
days since, rented of SU V, Pcarn all his .r,nt
section or Nortn-carolina ana ue conxiU011 ilijtilcU t
5ouUVCarollna that he Intends carryir; toithe - -
i Gig and Carriage Making Biihcsx, '
In all its various bfanclte He hopes i Ure lrlnl.1"
power, in a snort time, to supplying form customers
of the estabtithmrm, and all othcrrwlwferijricHned tw
tereensVDfarbii-tkr.' finished in the best mtiner, and -will
be sold low (or cash, or on short credit Ont.-rA
from grrrtlrmen In the tountrr. snd those ntd a d!
tance, will he attended to with punctuality. kUull
of repairs belonging to the above LusIawu klulla 4L111 ,
m nty suop, wiui ncMm:tvmjia Utttjrticsr.-r
p'ar ttterford has a population of about 2,240 souls
anwNi which are' the following agvd persona
One male aged 92 One female aged 97
One' -' 91 On 90
Two. 89 Hire . 85
Two 86 Two - 82
Two . 85 One, 84
One 84 One 81
One 83 Three ' 80
Two 82 One 79
One 80 Total 2,443
Hy this statement, it appears that the. united ages of
twt ntv-nine persons above enumerated amounts to 2443
Years, beine an average of nearlv 85 vcars to each. We
cjuestion wfiether the like instance of so great aproor
tion of aged persons can be found in any town in the I'nU
ted states. Jvatfwil JntcUiffcncer.
General Ptt.0Mces The number of Post-Offices in
the United StaUs is four thiMisand eight hundred and
thirty, and the lenrth of nqst-rowds is 7 1.522 miles. 1 he
amount of postage for the year 1819 was &1,204,680 1
tin) Cost eTtranlrpbrtatitin bfthe fnall 7l7tM3 1 and tho
compensation to Postmasters 375,964. 0.
f)l.l.c sold st I'uMic AhcUoii, inlh 21t' Irw'A
( and Continued until all UlC a Varit'ty of , '
f V sa
uooas Hard-ware and GrO
Balitbiti, &ft- -6, 1820. 15
-To um At ws ctmcem
SOMHTIMF. in August, 1818. 1 mm! mv brother
Pott, purctumed of tlugli O'Nt al of Iredell cov..
a tract of Und, to the value of six hundred and vcveL
eiht dollar for the payment of which we gave th
several notes, jointly, pa) able at diflcrvnt t'm'-s. 8Ior
aAcr this purchase was mad, mv hr'ihT wishing to
come the solo owner of die Und, I withdrew my claiii
and applied to Mr. O cal to have my lume erawd fron
Ute notes 1 but iitMHi his assumnoe Out I Uml nevir be
callel upon for pa ment, I kt die not? remain as they
were, uilhiii a short time, howevrr, I have understood
thut Mr. O'Neal, finding that my brother win not he able
to make good the pavinrntt, is intending to moke me
ref Knwlle lor uie bNlance winch at prt-smt due. TriH
is to give notic, therefore, that having received no equiv.
stent Tor said notes, and being under age at tlie tuue I
signed tiicin, shall not pay any part of them. .
Rtran rway, Oct. 4, 1520. 118r
Tcn"DoaYS TXtvjar A.
STOLEN from the subscriber, on the nigh of the 5th
of this instant, at the house of George Ellers, a bay
Stud HOItSK,' about 15 hands high, four years old last
spring, 'branded on the left shoulder with O, a scar on
the left thigh, and a few white spots on his buck 1 also, a
saddle and bridle was taken with the s.iid horse. If any
person wil) give me information of said horse, so that I
get him again, 1 will give him the above reward, and pay
all reasonable expenses. JOHN AMULILN. .
Jfavaa Ctuntif, Oct, 12, 1820. 3 w 19r
Uoser Williams1 Estate.
THE subscriber having been qnalified at tlie hist Oc
tober term of Montgomery County Court aa-VUlmin-istrator
upon the estate of ttoger Williams dedcased, re
quests all persons having any demands against suid estate,
to present them for scttTement within die time prescribed
by law, or this notice will be pled in bar of their recovery.
All those indebted to said cUatc arc requested to make
payment to the subscriber. . AHTilUlt HARRIS
. MontgwHCrif County, Oct. 13, 1820. 3wl9r
STOLEN out of the subscriber's stable, (supposed by
a negro fellow,) on Saturday night, the 2kl of Sep
tembcr, a dark sorrel horse, about 9 years of sge, 14 J
hands high, a white spot on each shoulder, but no othri
marks. The said negro was seen four mill's from tlits
place where th horse wss stolen, by three travellers,
who described the horse and negro. .The negro bad a
new blanket and new saddle-bags on the horse, lie was
on tlie great road to Ouilford count v. 1 will give TEN
DOLLARS REWARD for my horse, so ss f g.-t him
again, snd Ten Dollars for sppreheflding the thief, so
that he mav be brought to justice.
Rtwam Cnnta, X, C. 1 MICHAEL 7.TNKE.
t.30, 1820. 5 3wl7r
&00 Dollars llcxvaril
Ij ARLV this morning, the carpenters engaged in cov
J ering.14 The Yadkin Toll Bridge, retiming to theii
work, discm crcd the south end of it to betn fire. IV
timely discovery, and the exertions of themselves and
the negroes on the premises, prevented its sustaining an
further injury than Uic loss of eight or ten feet of weatlu
cr-boarding. From the circumstance of a pineiorch,
half consumed, being found at the spot whrrc the fir;
commenced, snd other strong circumstantial proofs, there
is no doubt but it was the act of some vile neefldiary.
The above reward will be given for tlie detection of tlie
wretch. LEWIS BEARD, 2JrVnVr9r.
SaUtbtH-v, Jugutt 29, 1820. 13
State o iVorUi-tjatolvna,
Mf.CKLF.NBURG COUNTY. '
Cturt of Pleat and Quarter Se$tium, Attgvtt Term, 1820,
Thomas Necl v, John Ncely, Rebecca Neely,"
Aaron lownseii'i ana ianna nis wue,
Isaac M'LcJlan and Peggy his wife, John
M'Cahern and Pclly his wife
' wrm,"' : '
Isaac. Necly, and Reuben Dixon and Jane
Ma.m " .1 -. . , 1
IT appearing to the satisfaction of tne Court that the
defendants are not inhabitants of this state, it is therf-
forg OrSemi, that publication be niade in the Salisbury
Western CaroEhian fop three weeks'firthe defendants
to appear at die hetl Court to be held for aaici countv,
at the Court-House in Cliarlottc. oa the fourtli Monday
in November next, and answer to the said petition, other
wise the same wul be taken pro confesso, and heard ex
pane againsi nim. iJWivrj
Tett.' ISAAC 'ALEXANDER, C.M. V.
r. :-t&talfc M. jOTjaYolna;
..... ;AKOOLPH COOHTY t
Court Pleat and Qttarter Sessiont, Augutt Term, 1820
H h the
IT appearing; to the Qdurt that the , defendant ip this
case resides in another government it is ordered that
all nroceedinirs be staved for three months : arid that
publication be 'made in the Wettern CuroUnJatjf for) six
weeks, for the defendant to apnear at the next Court to
be held for Said county, on the first Monday m November
next, and rente vv. nhitd IA iaauv r (Icmnryotherwise
v . w r - . 7 . "
judgment by default will be entered againstlilm.
owt a vopy f Jissfc iiAnrci c. t;. v;
v lOUollaTS lliiNVatCii r
STRAYED from the subscriber, living Iredell coun-tylTiird-Creelrohe
iron mv U ARE. between five
and six years bid, with crooked hind leg ; ami a sorrel
FI1J.Y, one year old in August. I Wiirgive the aboie
reward if any person -will kive mi information so that I
LIST OP LETTERS'
Renaming in the Post-Office at Charlotie, N. C. which, If
not taken out by the hrst day of January, will uc lent
on to tlie General Post-Office" ss dead letter.
A. . .
11TH XIAM -ANDREW. Sarah Anderson. -Benjamin
1 v AUfxauder, Edwin Alexander, Frederick Aaron.
It... James Illair, Robert Bigham, sen. Samuel Roves, Rol.
tit Barnhill, Darling He Ik, Matthew Jtain, Sumud Rla'r.
C... John Costen, Thomas Csshon, John Carelock, nob't
T. Check, Rolt Carr, WUham Cooper, jun. Adam Coop,
cr, Wm., Campbell, Rev. Thos. B. Clarkson, 2. l)w..Su
sana Dow, Eliza lHw, David Dow, Kobert Davidson, John
Davis, Sugar Dulin. (li. William Gofordv Willis Gibbs.
Alexander Gillespie, Polly Gydner, John Gingles, Ssm'f
Gonlon, John Garrison. . If. Jonathan Harris, Samuel
HuierJoshua Hadlev, John Hall, John Harris, Willisxn
Hamilton, John Hays, Jeremiah Hood, John Hodge. J...,
Cadwailadcr Jones, John Johnston. KnuMessrs, Kirk;
and Ak'Xander, Iub't Knox !4.-,.Thomas R. Lion, John
Little, 2, Nanc Latta.. ,M..r.eorgc Morrou'. 2. Jaroea
McKnight, Alexander IfcClenaghan, Judith 5(onroe, Ju.
dith N. W, Monroe, James Martin, Richard Morrow, "Mi--N
chacl McLeary, John McClaughlen, Margaret McCorkle.
N....SamueNiel. O....Edwin Jay Orsbornet P..John D.
Remaining in the Pmit-Ocfja'Cimjtw
. : October 1,J820. , ; f . -j-
B: Asa Dames, John Barton. C..A. W. Cafosse.
Henry Cline Joseph Crawford.. DJohrt Davi.
Charles Dorton. E... James Elder. F...Ebenezer Flinr.
G...l'rahcis Glass. H,..Elisha Honeycutt 2, James Hand
ley, Abner Higgins, Dr. Daniel Hajiclius, Dr. W'illian
Houston. J.JohB 1 Jarrat, iZachsriah Lyerle, Jo
nas Jpe. 3I....ltiehard A. McKec, John 8. McCalcb.
P ... AVillium Peacock. Henrv PhikV. Wirtlam Porter. Ben.
jamin riuoket, Elizabedi Hifer.. K....Nancy5-RusscI.r
a f...: 'f:-tr.i A Li:ii;nin.
John Stirewajt, en.s Ehjah Smith, WiJatnea WsiTeTi'o
IyVJMJVisvO. vViBe'james Wier.
, X- ' SILAS I A v 19,
By "D a viarbiKx, A. P. M , -Jwl7r
R....Dr. Josenh W. Ross, F.K;m Itoon. James Uoner. Ra -
chel Robinson, James Rone, John Uitch sen. B... David
Smith A David or Hugh Smith, Margaret Skelly, James
C. Sloan, Se:h Sexton, The Sheriff, Uetty Smith, David
Stinson, Eh Stew art, ....Samuel L Thomas James CL Mj
Torrence, John M. Thomas. W.. ..Allen Wyiiens, Joseph
Wilson, William I. Wilson, Jordan Williamson, Catharine
Wallace Matthew Wallace, Samuel Wilson, Samhel C
W ilaim. Beniamin Wist; Thomas WaHreR-Daivid WUsoit' '
ThomftsMWhlte, Rev. John Williamson. Y....Willisjn Tan.
det' . , Wll SMITH, J,.V.
. - October 1, 1820.- 3wl8
1 XL M?tr
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