.gAMBliUKY, N. C, TUESDAY, AUGUST ID, 1823.
cr riuLo w in re.
The term of Ut M wfm CaroEalaJl i8
bmAer b M follows, i
Thru Vtn f annum, psjslle ft?! la
ajr.ce. ' . i '.'
try ptprrrtrt ri. 111 .di"?-.
jjjfiutd afrlhe Um.hai tiplrtd for wh1 it
14 p4 for, tt2sTue eubaut'.tttrls Itt&w'ft
be rood i In the Utter ease, the ftr idH
tent end pi4 for end ordered to b etopt. '
Advertisements will b Inserted ai HAy cents
pcf square tut the first insertion, end twenty-le
crnU kit ttwh substfjuer.t one. Advertisements
from a distance must V paid t(r, or their pay.
ment unnd by 4 retpotuible person, before
4ley be am stalled.
All letters addressed to tL Wto, nut b
pl-pvJ, or tbry will not be attended to.
COLTRT ti Pleas and Quarter Sessions, June
Term, 1823. Constantins I. Banner, r.
Robert L. Wiiuton.... Original attachment lc
vied cm thirty-five acre of land. It appearing
Co the satisfaction at the Court, that the dVfen.
dant Robert L. Winston, at an lit inhabitant of
another government, it la therefore ordered that
Jiublication be bum! in the Western Carolinian
or aii weeks, requiring the aaid Robert I. B in
ton, to be and appear, at the neat Court of
flcae and Quarter Sessions, to he held foe the
county of Stokes, at the court bouse in German,
ton, on the second Monday in September next,
then and there to replevy, plead, or demur, o
iherviae judgment will be rendered against him
according to the plaintiffs dYmatxL
MATTHEW L. MOO UK, C. C.
Trice adv. fti. 6t7u
COUITT of I'lru and Quarter Sessions, May
Bcaaion, 1833. Jamet Torrcnce t . rjiarlei
D. Conner... ..Orirtnal attachment, levied in the
Land, of Alfred D. Kerr, and he summoned as
rarniabee awo, on one negro boy. It appear.
Dig to the satisfaction of the Court that the d.
fendant in this cause resides out of this Male, it
is therefor ordered, that publication be made in
the Western Carolinian for three months succes.
aively, that unkss the defendant appear before
this Court on the first day of the nest term to
be held fur the county aforesaid, at States ilie, on
the third Monday in August next, and rrplety
the property levied on, and plead to the said
cause, the plaintiff will be heard el parte, and
Judgment rendered against said defendant pro
Test, B. 8IMONTOJI, Cfk.
. Price adr. gi. . , Ant7l
" ' ""twit" eatniTT.-
SCPEIUOnCottrt-of Law, Marti Term, 1823.
I0v4c Penington F.tekiel Peningm t
Petition for divorce and alimony. It appearing
to the satisfaction of the Court, that the defen.
dant in this case resides 'without the limits of this
State, it is therefore ordered by ttie Court, that
publication be made in the Star and Western
Carolinian for three months, that the defendant
appear at the next Superior Court of Law, to be
held for the county of Burke, at the Cotirt-tlouae
tn Morganton, on the fourth Monday of Septem
ber next, tnen and there to plead to said petition,
otherwise the petition will be heard ex parte, j
rui time 9n i.f.ApHinivIv I
and decreed accordinjrly.
Copy test, W. W. ERWIST. C. R.S.C.L.
Price adr. g4. 5nit60,
State of NotU CaroWna
SUPERIOR Court of U, Spring Term, 1823.
Catharine Cowan v. l"hamss. fowan ; Pe
tition for divorce. In this esse it Is ordered by
the Court, that publication be made for three
months in the Star, and Western Carolinian, that
the defendant appear at the next court to be
neM lor .lae county of Iretkll. at tar Court House
in 8ttesville on the 5th Monday afer the 4th
Monday in September next, and plead, answer,
or demur, otherwise judgement will be had pro
contesso, and the cause hesrd ex parte.
Witness, R. WOKKtV Cf.
Price adv. &4 3mt7l
State of sVoTih OnroWna,
COURT of Equity, Spring Term, 1823......
William Sloan u. Samuel Carson, David
Carson, Andrew Carson, William Carson, Ele.
aree flarsoni Mstr Carson, James tscoit arid hi
'-we Martha Jacob Weathctbyandmr wife Mtri
raret i Orieinal bill for the conveyance iifland.
'" tlie above defenaantt live beyond the limits of
the 8tate, it ia therefore fdered, by the Court,
thAt publication bo..made jn jh
Tmian, for three months successively, that unless
he defendants appear at our next court, to be
L j, --.Sv -I I A
Hou n Statesville, on the fifth Monday after
the fouih Monday ia September next, then and
there topiWd answer or demur, otherwise judg
ment will be uen pro rfcsto, as to them and
" the ease heard ei.'W'te.
JOIlV N. HART, C. M. C. J5.
raid , 3mtr6
State of Xoxt CatoYina,
L... . JlOWA COUNTY. .. .
SUPERIOR Court of Lew, April Term, 1823
J&nt Weaves twr Wi&aa VVcavvT,.,.leti-
tton, divorce. It appearing to the satisfaction of
tn Court that, the? defendant ) pot an iitnaw
"ht of thf Stiter, X$ therefore ordered by the
court that publication be made for three month
that the defendant appear at th next Superior
Court of Law to be held for'the eounte of Row
- an; nt the Court House in Salisbury, on the se
cond Monday after the fourth Monday irt Sep
tember next, the)l and. there to plead, answer,
or demur, or the petition will be heard ex parte.
, HY. GILES, C. S C.
Price adr. 4. 3rotfV-r .
t flllR pubi c are respectfully lnfw.e!, that
L the JfrttmttU wtdrh has been
for a aumber of lta transact'! by l)intl
Cress, aen. of feaRury, ill m H dure be Con.
dueled by ate, U tlie same b'uUlii r i hrr rv.
ery at . taary aaei.tirn and panieuiarity Will be
given, to render satisfaction to thM Im )
please ttrftvor m ?nh tha'ri,''m.' :
t OWAIUI tsltnl
SmXtimy, JUk 28, UU'Vit - -
The Coppcssmithinr, and Tin Plate bualnea,
hentufiire Uansacted by D. Cress, sen. w ill in
futnre be conducted by me, st the same place.
Ihoee who favor me With their custom, may de
pend mi laving their work done with neatness,
duratiility and despatch.
JIM U. EDWAK1I CREf.
ROWAX rOOHIIOLSE E.STAUUSIIM LNT
BT an act of the last foglslsture, the County
Court of Rowan, U authoriird to artl the
present Poor House lUtabilalirnrtit,and with the
proceeds thereof, to purthsse other land, and
erect other buildings In some more central si-
t.iion. ilie county court accordingly, have
appointed a commit tee to aacrrain, abat can
be obtained for said lands, and improvemrnti,
and to mskr a report of the same. I he un mi-
set consists of 'X) seres of land, the greater
part of which is wood-land, and iwht or nine
very good lg houses i there is aUo a spring of
escrllrnt water near the bucsea.
Ihe subscriber .ill receive proposals for the
purchase of said rsblihir.ent fivm this time
until the Wednesday of the ensuing Aug).!
Court. Persons sialnng to purchstr, will rstc
in writing the price they are tilling to give,
aixl Uis terms of psyntrnt.
1IIOS. L. COWAN.
1 SaM.hury on I hursday of Auguit Cotirt the
balance of unaol I personal property belonging
to the Hon F. l-ockr, deceased, vis, Wsk,
dfrfi, Sic. snd a few other small articles. F.ight
months credit ill bs given snd bond and sccu.
N. ft. All persons indebted to the estate of
Said dec d. sre carnesth requested to trskr .a
arm, as longer InduTgcnce will not be n!vn,
All those hsving claims may present them, and
" - JOHN SCOTT, f-r'r.
July 25, 1823. tC8
"I7HOM the subscriber, on the
X uight of the 17th May last.
DF.NMN, s negro man, twenty.
'.' -Vf Ct' thirty years of ag, fvf
ftct six er seven incnem nist ttl
low complexion, (sv a mulatto)
" has a d-nt in his forehead wea-
stoned bv a blow, also a seaf
his hsnd from a hurt. Hss a rood set of teeh,
bold appearance, high nose, snd wears a pair of
linker, lie took with him various clothing,
snd obtained a permit to pass to Mr. Matthew
Any person spptrhending ssid nrrro snd con
fining bint in any safe jail in the Tnited States,
so that I get him, ilulJ be liberally ressrded.
and all reasonable expenses paid, by their giv.
irwr information to Mr. Benjamin Colquctt,
by h dD.iqtt, near Frederick Wn, Ma,
n land, t she month past.
AVan-.''VVft, oy Htoten.
I7ROM the snbsmber.on the 4th .tulv, a mulatto
1 fellow named RILL, 33 or 24 years of age, 5
feet, 4 or A inches high, with a remarkable ain
(rular mark on the right side of his nose, rather
oi a purple colour, his clothing not rccoUvctcdj
he has "been in thejaij of fialibury ..
I will rive a reward of 10 dollars, to any per
son who will defiver the said negro tome, or sr.
cure him in jail so I may get nim i or duliars it
stolen, on delivery of him snd the thief. If he
has a free pass, I will give a rew ard of 50 dol
lare, for the delivery of him and the person ho
gave it to him, upon its being satisfactorily pro
ven that he is the person. I purchased said ne-
gro of Dr. Isaac Philips of Rockingham eounty.
SAML fcl lit Y.
frtdrU County, iih July, 1823. ,62tf
Uouse for Salt.
T WLL kIh
;Jbtewim.:ii.- aecomroodaung, terms.
Apply to T. L. Cowan, Esq. or to myself, in Ra-
loii wmveniem ivr tavyer wr v iiywian.
JOHN BECK WITH.
.Voorry,farr8, 1823. 44tf;
lOtTXTY Court. July Term. 1823 Jas. M.
J Alexander vs. John B. Craige i oriirinal at
tachment, levied on land. Geo. Kvain te. John
B. Crsitre t orurtnal attachment, levied on land,
Swain k Gray tw. John B. Craigei orip'nal at-
lacnmeni icnea on isna. ii appcanng; 10 me
satisfaction of the Court that the defendant in
. .... .. ' 1 1 1 1. u
these cases lives without the limits of this State,
so that the ordinary process of the Court cannot
be served on him a it is therefore ordered, that
six weeks iiiccessively, fr jthe defendant to aj.
pear at a totiW Court to be fceld for Riinrbe
County at the' Court House in Asbeville, on the
tember next, then and there to replevy and
ftlead,. nswer oi;. demur to the, 'plaintiffiJtijle.
Bianos, omerwise juugmeni niuu win oz rentier
ed agreeably to tue several complaints filed.
Test, , . rjvttn Miitx l .
. v : - - tn
ff the various kinds commonly in use, for sale
the Oflicc of the Wiitisw CaJMuaiav'.
ACR1CULTLR8 Of Kf)RTff-CAnLrfA
Isttrr Till -'Cvnt'uUon.
To Clark I PW, rq. i.eretary i4th Rowan
5 t f lruMlthsshetriilrrdhwn
tM t.tologUal Surtry cf the Stale
niM hrrt ereiterulirncr to.idisnca
iu, iattieitt cfgfituItuie ajMlaU the
uwcfut Arttio multiply th resources
snn enn.nre the permanent end mutate
a t.tta a
fame ci inajyruuai estates, ma coose
qiieitily of l be htsie at large.
Out what ai enterprise U it that prom
isetao many benrfiti to the community,
and recommend! i'aelf to our attiniton
by to many unquettlonsble au,thofl ltii
Isliooe. nkJt demaada (real-prepare
tion on the part of the State, and auth
ral expenditure as to threaten m with
bankruptcy f Uke the road over the
Alps, tike the Duke of Bridge wter's
(.rami Canal, or like our own efforts lo
open the navigation of our stubborn Kiv
er, doea this undertaking call for appro
priatioii that threaten to einU-rrsss the
nnnrrsoi tie stater jo l-r irom re
(filing any such prrpafstiona oreipeii
(inures, the whole contemplated ex pence
of the enterprise, though a matter of
some consequence lo an individual of
smalt fortune, is almost too am.ll aura
to ask t f 'he Legislature of a great Slate
an expense so limited indeed, that It is
lielirscd the Hoard of Agriculture may
sus'oin it without curtailing their other
objects, or certiinU with such aid aa they
niii(lit e.Hy obi-in. Silll, if the enter
pi nt is worth undertaking at all, it should
iltitiirtlettbeprojeciedon no mean scalcuut
on a sc. sIFh irmly extensive, lo cone!
pond tsiih tue m.giunimity ol the object
in tie, and to rontDott with the diiftiitv
ol the Sine. In an application made on
il i subject several years ago to the Uoaid
ol I"icriil Improvements, atnfling sum
w.s n.mrdj but this, it it understood,
(lcstiincd merely fur xhc purpose, of a
small eipetinif n(, to enable that body to
judge better roperiing the value of the
object, and it! beating on the peculiar
interests committed to their chaige. Jt
it said that the Board were unanimous
in their opinion respecting the utility of
the plan proposed, and that great part
ol the roetnbere thought, that tu object
fell jfXictitlw witbiuL their DYoinc. to
wprrim the ir mskipg an appewpciation hx
it ; but, owing to the scruples of a few
it wet-thought-best to reeommend- the
measure to the Legitlature for apecia
patronage. It was accordingly eu'miitted
and w.s adopted in the Commons, una
nim'iUly j bu" being introduced into the
Senate during the hurry of business quite
at the close ol the session, it was thrown
aside without much consideration. On
the whole, however, this ttial was tuffi
cienl to show, that the proposition wa
regarded in a very favorable iiJit by the
Board of TnteinaT rmprovemehurbrthe
moat numerous branch of the Legislature
and by the public. I he small sum that
was named .f mat time (which w.s only
one hundred doilars) tannot be. consider
4uVbjo.wetrt-- Wr dilution, byJ.Mch
lo eitimatc the expenrea of the under
tdkincnow tonic npl ted ; since tbat sum
as the application Use 1 1 declares, was in
tended merely b way ol experiment. A
f.iier esum.ic of the pruUtbie expehcet
ol the. eute.ipiixeftttftUnipUteds pseaent,.
may be mde out Irom the tallowing state
ment. In order to m.ke vuch a survey
of the Mate aa may be tutiit unt to accom
plish these useful enda proposed, several
years will be required ; though it is ho
ped and beliesed that tmmtdiatr benefits
Mill result, and thut in all cases the be
ncfita will be conmiensurateiwith the part
of the enterpnie already accomplished
But we must reflect that out State is equal
itv extent to some ol toe-mosl consult fa.-
bttr IciTtgtlortn of rted; svorkij nibracirrj
TtearlT'SO'iPQtJ ...square, milt. 1 c,.l,rtWkc;
would imply immense labor; but to make
such on rm.naoo at would have a great
tendency to bring to light those useful
substance! before enumerated would not
requite 'ihose Wlnuierotsemrtdniwbkl. t
would be necessary to a complete and
scientific turvey. To iccomplish . this,
however, it would be necessary for. the
Geologist to travel into various parts of
the State to crosi it a number of timet
from east to west and occasionally to
blast rock! and make excavationt. But
much also might be done by a correspond
ence whh men of intelligence, and much
Ventbled from Vaiibut parti of the State
important conclusions, without the tie
expenses then would be such ai would ac
crue from travel, including an attendant
from tuchf ocsaiional operation! a! ex
cavattng and blaatingxand from , an ex
tensive corretpoodenee. Sir ; John Sin
clair, In collecting materials for bit Sta
tistical Account of Scotland, carried" on a i
correspondcrirt with 900 different per
tons, ere ihe business lobe Commit
ted to 1 f Professor of ChemiiVry and Min
eulogy i i otr tnivertlty, fiowhcm I
seems most iMtur.llr ti fall) it It fcbtioq
that not more thanooe fonrth part of thr
tear rouia r employed in ertirJons
although a general e'frntbvi mlcht hrnhs.
bly lie given to the subeciV itV throws y of
fewspfTtrt ifjfj theaoITccllarrcTfpi
rjmciiit.ibruughoui the yiai.1 ha em
ploynientof so much time it Would bt
necessary to tnaki these Investigations,
nd to digest the result of them in i de
tailed He port, might demand so-ne com
pentation i but from the tenor ol the lei
ter formerly adJretsed t that gc ptlcmm
lo the Board nf Internal ImDrovemenii. 1
infer that he would not be solicitout or
particular with regard to compensation
for Ms personal ten ices, expecting to
Bnd bit reward In re small degtee in the
advancement of sclcncei of the interest!
a. ... . . . " . -
of the Uiiiveriity, and In bis own im
prove ment aix gmiScation. At any rate,
I (eel assured that he would te willing to
letve that matter entirely with the Board
of Agriculture should the Krport of his
labors be msde lo that bodytbe com
sensation to be predicated on their opinion
of his personal sacrifice! md the meilt of
hit services. -Leaving then Ihe payment
of personal serviret out of the question
the actual capchtet lo be defraud might
be from three to four hundred dollar! a
year, the appropriation to be commenced
under the expectation of being continued
for teveral years, but still tubpet to be
withdrm n, if at any time it should appear
desirable to the proper authority to do to.
V'idtr uhoir dirrelion. end at ivAoit
tha'get i fiu! I the turvryi tf carried on t
I concur with you, sir, entirely in the
opinion, that the enterprise ought lo be
under the direction of the Board of Ag
icuiiure. I beg leave to oiler my rea
sons in order.
I. It ii piopotcd to giro to ihe aurveyt
Sis quest such a shape ai wilt be peeu
liarly adapted to the objects of the Board,
namely, the improvement of Agriculture
and Rural Economy.
.' . a
2. I hi bod y it, in in conttitution, well
adapted to such a purpose, being com
posed of tut h at will probably be petu
liarly able to comprehend the relations
hich aueh lurvcyt bear to ihe ttecUl
interetts committed to their charge, of
such aa may. inspire the hope that they
will be governed by no local or narrow
t,- but wilt bendthetr-exervMMvtse-
wards those great and emmandTitg ol-
-..aa ? a -a .rt
ircti wnicn involve tne interests oi me
community at large. Even were the Lo
gislature to extend their immediate pa
tronage to the proposed aurveyt, it would
ttul probably be best to have them con'
ducted under the direction of toe Board
3. That Board would be the most suit
able organ through which tocoruroofii
fewte-th practical remits of such labors to
the public. Of a variety ef matter that
might be presented to their notice they
would be the best judges of tbat which
would be mott important and utclul to
their constituent!, and that they might
DubirtV'tri their transactions. Matter
which thus came recommended to the
community by their sanction and autho
rity, weuld acquire more cosfidence be
more extensively read, and more fully re
iu4j4w oraCHKe, than whatcemei treat
a single unsupported individual.
With regard to tieir meant of defray
ing the exfientet of the undertaking, I
have no doubt of their ability to do that,
thould they be disposed te engage in it
with vigor and perseverance. It mar be
doubtful, however, whether it would be
tale to rely on any aid from the County
Societiet. at you propose. It would pro
bably be diflicult to eflect any general
bution srotrW operate up tairty vBut f bef
I hey wilt find the funds placed at their
disposal ' more than adeqtl A lo TheT at
complisbment of those sceptic objects
mentioned in the act and. doubtlett it
was not the Intention oflha; act lo limi
their view to the few object! enumerat
ed, but to commit to their direction the
general interest! of Agriculluse, and the
useful arte. It ii believed, therefore,
that e portion of their actual fundi may be
appropriated to aurveyt, in perfect con-
ormity with the ipiiit and design of their
if, ai y m suppose, tne State Atnculttt
by the late arrangement!, end the Board: of
Agriculture 3. itt iegiumateauccettorri
tee no obiection to its beine also invested
'with any regaining fonda f the InaUtu- (
tion, to be applied at auggeited in your
proposition. - -.g:" - .
But should the Board be unable to sup
port the turveyt by either or both of these
resources, may we not hope that they
could obtain special sid from the Legisla
te e i It is believed by man good judges
that the Legislature weuld pot fniiie to
lend their aid to the tntcprite.lf f.lrlf
brought before tl em fitm any qtiiritr. if
the fact be so, it c tonot te r'tultesl that
the proMt) :ion would t tcriiln to tnstt
lih elevoraMe rr(,..h, If l.id tsfore
ihem by the Bo-iri of Aerirutttire,
2J"fttfiJili,"l-l a!i tj, (uieg;atia esViifa-.
rfi'Mrrth Hoitd fi u rf uMir-wUciilr
fSTei7ie i Tuixls iii fjiiesiJon ht pilvatc tuW
tcjlfaioa.... Such piwf 4st'ly ter
mended by thfir atithoiiiy, and to be ex "
etuted under lhlr walth and cMreriiona
would be entitled lo special confidence
and would have ireally the advantsee
over ilniilar propvsliloM whin brought
forward by e private incitlrfual. I would
even indulge the hr pe that our Rtsie em
braces more than one wealthy tlilten'i
who, like the distinguished tiilxrn bf AU
bany, neniloncd In my hut Utter, wi-tlj
gLdfy take tuch an of pottui liy to show
that h!i patriotism ant public iplit were
commensurate wltn Ms fortune, rrbnt
the forr going considcrailons, ! cnr.r I but
think that the Board of AcHrnfure i j
ave It In their power fo support the ci'
penses of i.eologlcal burveva, on any
scale thef rrvav choose te sdodt Hut
hat particular expedients they might
think most eligible for raisins the nccrt
sary fundn I weuld submit to their wit.
doin todetide. . .
r- . . .
1 have now, sir. concluded the cbwrvt.
tions which were tugrettrd to rriy rolnrf.
by the propcsiiion offered to the public
U Ihe Kowan Att'icul'urtl Society. U
appeared to me that eur mloersl rttour
ces sre treat, but ther remain lor the
mott part useless, becsuse they are so lit 1
tie known 1 that thry arc In their nature .
bf Terf 'kr' practiral utility In rrUlori " "
to agriculture and the arts, and Is prosed,
both by actual enumeration ef the tub
stances themselves, and by the most res' V
pectabie authorities ttht the expense
equired to expluielhern it incor.sUera.
bit, compared with the benrfita likely tl
tCcrLe'lfoW'such an enter piite f--tha," -
title may be tuttaitied by the Bo.rd of Ag
tlculture, snd that Ihe undertaking
be most advantageously conducted under
their auspices. 1 have heard it suggested
that the publication of these Letters it
prematurer that it ought to hate beet
deferred at least until the organization of
the Board of Agriculture, since M what il
committed to the perishable tolumnt ef
newspaper Soon etoka itie oblivion end
accordingly! the consice rationt urged re
making a Geological Survey will be fore
gotten long before the meeting of that
body." If, sir, any such want of judgment
it implied in calling the attention of our; 1
citiient to this subject, at to early stags)
of our operations, to Improve the Stats) ,
of our Agriculture and domestic Arts,' I
mutt impute the blame to the Rowan So
ciety, by whose proposition, ss presented
by yourself, my remarks have been elici
tedr But it seemed tome deirab!e,iliat ,
the public should be made mere explicit- . ,
ly acquainted with the nature snd desigti , .
of such an enterprlie, some time before -those
who are entrusted with its genera -
inlf It!.tliJhuJdJbe called on to act in be
half of their fellow citizens.
If the British Board of Ar'r,arei
hich has been established about 30 years
sre admitted to the pies that their pinna
Aarvr not had time to be fuUv rles c loped. -
then surely it would be unressonabie.te
expect that all the advantages which our
tfferts.to derrlope the resources of th
State and te improve the rendition of itt
agriculture end arts are toprnluce, should '
be apparent at the vf ry commence ment of
those efforts. We show that Geologr
bat s great tendency to lead to useful die
coverlet j but we do rot ster that all the
discoveries it has a tendency tomake wil(
appear; at refflcew
would jwjAb, Jo.uard .eiriat wiatwut
may -t.l l---onneetiy
chance bf maklng"Tjseful- di5coveriee
thia State unusually ,:fkiJrboth.Jbecau.i.-
it! mineralogy is so rich and diversified
and because it has been so little explored
But, ereft ew-Uceerie to be-v
it would be e sufficient reason for investi
gating the resources of ' our Geology.'
should nothing more be accomplished,
than merely to ascertain the" extent, and
detcribe the various practical uses, of cer
tain minerals already known to exist!
amohg us, and it may deserve to be dis
tinctly remembered, that theexpentet ofi
the; underteking would be refunded 0 th
communityr witb.extravsgapt intmst by
the discovery. ! do not say of the use
ful iubsuncea before enumerated, buio
is single "bed w vein H
XJaAtt iht impressions, I thxll leave ,
the subject to be prosecuted bj these who 1
may feel convinced of its importane, and
bd disposed to lend a hand-to help it for. J
Ward, if any such exist among us, or to
sink into cblivion if no such signs of favor
appear. y JKesptctlully yours, '
VaLTEH lULElCff. . ,
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