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whUV, irt private, I "Jth W'lull
Muffl 0buia. IMavrnif the
grrof corruption in the ItcuitufiUp
rn-ntnivri wit lii alarming Uj
lis mjniiuJr, end U i certain ii in
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electa, i. hniuUff iw.jiir, r.f imiy bs unVi!:" J ll jiff St tip, with. 4 rtili-; t?ie fftu.ts a I'conJ
OtO I Utf tljt;if(Cl'iA"t ' t '! fCfci.i ttl LrncM fom too. lime t' lr. I'rctlJcM cT I 3;nilf,
lJuroii,Uimf r4Ufq-tMtlfciii. ceitwa from th?ltrgr ones, litre, lKft months womII tt.'J rtraiin, at
To Un' Uicrt, tWl ti U et Intl f ibm, l r If omprbmiiti the the new of!.ten wouM not be wanted
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Wbl thdl mit the ircwJ Irctta- (! uW 0,ai for - of those mutually until tr.e fourtn W jurtn, (Di latt
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bkhlbtLaiUtulMja lrloitt inaiomn i .urcr men uiun in every
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thr.ttr Uh ct Ut Lcs lUturt tad Uf pri'bl lonuuuon oi eitcior. oa ie -r w.n i --
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cotnt loo short (or at tCorpIfimnt
Iht Lutlntti to hand, wni two
buodrcd trJm tf the day oreillj rt
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Jal luplcloa, f cousuy I.ki U, iaorcgtf, ublccttoibt tptrtiw Suteiio oooliJw Ihclr ntt, U, ) miinlirj tndrdded ttblnthof J
iKi. tvcrid by PuUic opinio, It U of all tht oodut iof ucacti which might rt.fitf , tbf oiurptd powtr of kbi lo Uiif 1om, o4 th tlmt asd
.f,fth UttPwi-ittba thMi who kf bfouht to Uir upoa the Houm of dildui!i of ihi Sux LcgUUturci ubor lot which ltd Uca tiptt-Jd
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th Uwi, and who moil ilviri gat U-t iirat preumloni to hljjh chirKUr juit ihi utn$ m if th rci MTtrtlp
toot to bur Niiitoid chtnet, ihould hhI public coefidenct. Then thcrt U JT of tht Suu tud clirtctrd hi frct
opow tha.
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believe, cBurcif effect the trctt oi-ci
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cd The Urixv.fli-, m eliiofl of tHe pUf'
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mis tniancr, locceeocd m miklac
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enea (tire of df , n1 dttriaf iho mi
hotiaeM perl of It. JUghwif rnbUrfci.
cow.il.we the cofifukace of the Pro-loo Utter courie, than to ocml It okI iploit then. Ittui altoUro ibowa
ile. or it Itait wod before them ttiw u the people, wit the eUnte haiiu tht toll euppoted bower f the imaU
mooched t That 1 aucceuful ciodU of cemfieier their choice to the Sutri to balaoce the frcaUnci lathe
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date, exattedtothe a.lef Matutmv Kiamr caoaiaaiei, hwhw mprKB.iHuiaii,wn,
by the Member, of Conrmi, ihoutd Clear m the prepfiety of thUcoune ihemcmberilaCoomii
a.r ..a.v a lAMa.Ji i ii ia in! an l n n fsi in pnmm itfp. tr it iivwv w4i-v a a mikv i "ii - r - t .
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trihutioo of the Bumerouiofl.ee with, coocera lor, the rigM oi we tmam" v ., w "" . . ' 7 , " I per, that baron KotkeehlW, cia harifr
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oi ui itrti, upoa we eecooni at au i afrocioo munfert, ib4 illiinf cr UJ dti
evrati, If aot upoa the firt trial. Dur, I eritxiom, flogriih to aa lUrrelnr deerca
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a it la withia the nop of mere poelfrMj(fcout trance, ruauojifMt u
itilitr. that more than two Mraool plrJUBee of the d'armti of wbkti
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In bii rift. It would be lopotiihle for ttatti, a material portion oj whot P-TV' utP"' " r-"- , ' write Mi ova aame.. Ill uDtur i0
M 10 to let otherwlae than to . power, it la anpreheoded, wUlbeloat daircl ceoceuloa from the would not be conflrtf, uu eia aome tUtk canorJr be decyphered bf ikon
elude altogtiher from iheranre of hii by talinf from them their cenml other, th Urge Suua have Bothlug to provWoa waf made for thla remote ac1in:d-iniiacereelfed,a.p.fiDf
choice, mea la all rcipect. Qualified for AAy of electing the Preiideat, by dobut U give op aa ebuie, ud the "0,'ffB7 Vi 5rf P"7J her mirrUp floo from blm. a mUlin
the hirteat oSUei, to auMect him. State.' ia the Ilouae of Itepreaeota- odci to aurreadcr to idea, be Committee Uv e therefore agreed, of ( pound. aiarUar. with two milUoo. to
.B&tiyfimvau: tori - Mart thl. ckctJoJTc be JOjT f&JJ ,! 'UC j , i a ? 10 uCihulL
tJ UU, LtU-i V f---d J-iu.d. Ii oogbt to te ihewa that terffief eUct,oa by the Teopler(up.- Hit eilatiaj peovUio.1 . At Ccm. JJSKiluS
aad unworthy motif e. ihi. privflegt i.Wyeaaria by po-iog the Cn: teheve :bet. adopted,) ttitoi lea, coo.iienog M aperfluoe.
Uat,ifth. election 1. the Houu of .m.nrr, .under the pmen, wbich have cvme to the Ug. of "rtwjij "V" f f Jf! tWlh '2 i"ichuW
.-! : i:.kia. r mtcm. The eommirtee Uneve that we Committet. are few in aamBer wo for III te Which will almoat ten '.t - LU i '.v.- uJ ..,!...
hM;l.-.t;i! -,K ;terTW. u B6t I for they ctnoot admit that a l 7 o The apprtheo. tir never occur, and which may , - bkh c ni whh tncoin moolr
l?!Sn -i.vM frmVMW-rX'Ut:t .ionof vitke iBboch.rt.ewed ad theref,c, wfcly .undergo. a. ncmJn.l uKbt e,ebrow, h.n"5 .r ,be
u wm give to we caum a -Trgujar e0 be treated aa the priviU protracted someet, te expmied by rtference lo the lime body which, at nie bf.mbti 11 voice ii hoarve .nd "
progreiior legtalBtioa, wouldj itielf, . 4J he rrprc,cnU, .ome. BoB-lf the Committee have i real electoral college, bit received buiky; he bii rot.hoU5r like manner,
ao enl of l ooit abmtog ta. Nqw t e,. aucceJrJl la" .bowing that ootK- their decided UiMpprobatioa. , .: MrcaaUc.Tev.fl.bU.., . . .
tureeoit.ogupofpartjfeel.eg, j ,f 0f theVpi-e- ingoltbialjod ll to W dreaded In the ' ' " jr07mrv;; - tie Driol market a ladrjiringker.
peronal animonuei, and local later. ri KJarI V.rf .0rflr- kl, rr election the onlr orooer laouirv rropoO-f .!rx to the Cor.tuCx hand upon a joint of veal, ad, ! tbink
em, withrrdinary'acuoflcgi.lation. "JL , 1 L r.lfZ . ? i . wtStJJ 'S.e2f . ti-ntba eWe,ioa Mf. r. iM. -eU 1. not quite M whl:ei.
would,twuue.uoibly,be ooe of ihi l?,,,d r u P. d"v ,B S tVa.fc'Sr if jr- v uaoaL- -Put oa rourlclore, mad.m,-
grcateitcafamitictohiehiheoun- lh. t'l h ..ffc L'h hi IHl S, MaW e. replied tb. de.Ier, - and yoo will thiok
Try could beexpoaed. Ue. thoie ,V,T! 'T?"8 l h d oHhufc, ;3 .72: vJ??JZ!Z direr.mly.--Ji m.f be aeedle.. to re.
4.V k-V.-. t:ia tatea of their own fcehnc and judi. t ve 0f thla Iropoiitioo, and appeal to JU kLa nv-w-r. mirk, that the veU wa ordered home
"" v' 'k '""' J-V6"l,. In tk'i. tkau kaM. k.U lihat mt lanMA lam in r,kv.iftlnfrv lL 1 1.. .k- JtJt.-.-l .atVa ' . .L f I
a-waaaa aw imii tvuiaii uwvv litnj I ----- T eW '"Tat w-w ww awaivwvii-t w vr v-"w i WIlivvUI WlVlWr W WUlU VVJCVilVne -
who expound them, are fftm preju
dice end pinion
they can lulbl
I them, are frtm preju- UienneUea juitifird no the ground, which maVct, apithv aucceed tn vio
ion, It ia impoaaible that hlf( io ,?nf Tote,t tbey ic,cd C0Ce the moment the cri.i of excite
il their high dune with in'thetharacur of rcren under the ment hai pasud away and to the fact,
puri .uu wum. - au.u.r ri- CoKitituticn, end oot in their repreten. wat the number of candidatea being
roonioui ftel.ngt, and bitter nitoau latkt tntcUj. It ia alw certaio, reduced in. the accood conteit, the
-"P! ' coateited clecuori. In tkit . no me,ni ife pr0vlded for k Peculiar cauiea of euitement, ari.ing
,.thJlooaepnirpreaeowUfel, of the from peraoMl acquaiotance ind local
not aubilde at It cloae, but would, for ,a upof, tne ,ubject,- f ai betweeo Ktereata, wiU alio oe reduced ia exact
o ; : itne canciidaica wtoo- may finally be I proportion io iota jcaucuon ia ine
coce oo the dellberauoni, and perhapt broo ht bt0 comietitiot).)'h la manl. Ddmber of candidatea. v. laitead of
control we clecuionitof the Lcgula- fe.t tblUhe nepre.ent.tive may not ?Klence, indifTerence and oeglect of
tare, bv dittutbinff the' tranomllitv oil l. . i.l e v:. i-..:n -
, -4 . . - " . i mow. or anowinr. mar ieiirn icnor.i" wiuib. irinuiiis n mors to
f ,tkhtni awa laaHala- I ' . . . v . w ..la a.. . . .
ita i courae, and tingiog-every legiila
tive act with party viewa and feelbgt
ia too certain to admit of a doubt. We
ry epila-1 ftr iU ,v- wkt,k I h &T.lteA 1m lh aronrl than in lk
tive act with party viewa and fcelbg., k. renrf.ent.. even ifhearkno-l.dir-. firat election.
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I he delay of a aecond election ia
the last of the objectiuoe - which -tin
com to the knewKdgew-TOur Coot-
nay,, indeed, tremble
the country, when Coopjre
ibuouw. re obligation to conform to it, when
;of known. . In manyeatea he' certainly
jrreiaahall be bft , , ef u a.mogt;he
tniea of partwani of the Admini.tra- js claimed and exercised by the n- mittee on thia -point.- It provides,
tioo. . But thia is not all. The Feo- h(r 09 an' tlrtor under the Cotutitu. that the first election aball be held on
pie themselves, in .such a sute of H6t nM a representative from the fint Thursday' and Frld-y in
hU tlale if the member, -and not the I August, 1 828, and on the same days
ntate, exercises volition upon this I in every fourth year thereafter j that
pomtj if he denies the right of the Congress shall be in session on the
.i.i. I.:. l ji.i".ti J-Tiei J.i vri.i.t.aa -.ei
i ui il uici-cbuuu iuwnuaj iu vbiuucr ui uicbc
on i and, years, to receive and count the votea i
time nor I md that the second .election j when
thidgi, will be tempted to contribute
to this evil, by aendiog men to re pre
sent them, on the eve of every Preii
ucniiai election, noi oecaose oi we I
depth of their kDOwledge,the sound- L; htf and oids-the oolI V
"JFMBLV has neither
liar niDcss lor levisiawnn, out onac-i
TYi .n In" m.Mir.al kaa M T f .nu. am 1 fs I K 4 M L. aia.....M....L.11 lal. mI.
... . I v uiuuiini n,i win, wi uvvri Mwini tu uc ucwiiinr tuiii hh viw,
count or their political opinions, in r :l. :r.. L-.l. n.!lL-
. ' i iu uiuilc i n, me riirnr ni warifinv on ine nrii i nnnnir'in urrpmnrr
ral candidatea for lhe vole ifler js giveni thin, this following. These hrovisiona remove
ven alter we eiec- kn-..,i h.;..;i.M - r:.i.. ... .11 .
pint 01 we downtfi belonging, practically, to tlie want of timti. '-The firtt election will
relation to the seve
the Presidency." Ev
tion was over, the evil
1 1 men mlrnf rr.nM n i tn 1
M,,67 ,T . 7 .V, " fr, and .not to the flfe from take place at the period when the peo
lodemand cbe election of candidatea wbich he comei. The question which pie ire leaat. ngage'd.at h.meand
Who mouidU particdarly. devoted io then presentr itwlf, is ooc of conflict- will h.vc the further recommcodaiion
a i ; , M, iog claima to power, between ari of uking place on the aame, day on
Administration .tself . should be insen- tfcfW .B 0 ide ,nd ahe . e which aeveral of the Sutea now hold
aible to the success of these candidates, wh!ch he T.presCDtS( on the otber their ka- nw Ae tim.
,s not expected from human na- tweea , member of Congr in bl at wbfch maay oihtn hold h wd
SiCJSr MtrnAnhtr forty-thousand -pereoas the one to which all the States would,
thenowUuIge, f,f trTr iminrton ftf wlueeoMiJher lOQBbibl
these wishe, would bring an ardent to be the only question presented by interval of .bou? sixty d.rarould
and concentrated force to the support ,k. fth;-,tIAn nA, m-.lL-o.Un ,ki ,k. ,,mv. t...-vn.'..il .ti U.-. ;
of ihe presumed favorite: on the oth- committee feel no difficulty io assign. tbeJdilTerent districts, and certifyiug
er hand, all the element, of opposition ing thc privilege to the party whkh, the results to the President! of' th?
ifT1 ? T t oWn-poiuopr lillarUveatre. Senate a.periolimbl.u0icien ta
would be out T the Question t the ' .j r. " ...j. i j L r '.til.. - .u.
iiiitcuu in uie rciurns irom mo moil ic-
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pu"iitKuuuiu.uiri:t,aaeKrauiDKfW .,k.r. ,Uffi,l. k. - a r... L.. -r
,1 ' I , tl I M.. i" liiinipiiuivun WUf VIIl'IIUU MMUI. O'lHIIIICI IIIICITSI VI
r'rH"7C au T recommcDaa- ted i which, individually, his as much, about aixtydayiWdold be allowed fof
tionsof worthand talents f and even and,. aRoreeately, infinitely more in- jrivinir notice ' o. and holdinir . the
L'i..t if.... .r . .: . . v. i -..: :.
and Wh
WH, 'V''ili'Vj-- " '? "ropty compensated, by the disinter, municate to the people the airople lact
country, and to tonor degradation to estcduess; of their motives t; and in that a aecond election was ordered j
the voters and the cdidate.-this trahferJof Dower fro-the mem- therdav itself bein -fixed beforehand.
v In a government professedljr fonn beU of Congress at Washington, , to and the minds of-tht-voters made up
ded upon the will of the people, that the whole, body of their constituenta at about i the , candidate,? and- the fact
mitt - urtlAtt tnnufn - akn1r1 ' al i-ra ka .!.!.'.!.. .L. ... !. If .flT U 1 : L f .f. .
,: " , " ".ra v I uuu,r ii ms hjwuiwi m nic tuuiiDiii iucu unvnxiauy . Known, oeiorc, nic
Mittttiea ef the United iulr. be Droixi-eil t the
LertJtret of Ue Nttn Suut, hick, vbca
nttficd bj the LrgviUUnY. of three louiiht of
Uie BUIti aaall be cboMB bf U People or the
reepccU'Ta . Butes la the vieimef WW in-1
rich H.u th.ll be divkkd, by the LegitUture
lhereC bxo diatricti. equal la number te the
vhotV auniber of tenetore ead Reereeeatelivca.
! vhtch mtck etaU aey be entitled U the Coa-
rr-a. er the V4ie4 tuieei the mm dtnct U
be conipoeed of eontifno terrltort, ami te
contain, a aetrfr ee awy be, an eUal iramber
ef penows eatiUed to be rrpreemteJ, under
the ConUitotion, and to be lead off foe ma fir
time, immediate! after the ntiftcatkw of tliij
erwmtment, an;! aftenrarde at the tf-Won of the
Irg-ialatuPe aeiteMiunirUio apportioameat of
Beprcwotauve. by the Cong1 tb 1 "
Rtetrsi or eAener, if deeeied nececary, by the
LtfUtature of the State i but no alteralien, af
Iff the firat, or after frb dectnaiil formation
of dlitrkta, ahaH lake' effect, at the next eneuinu
elecUon. after auch alteration ia made. That.
ok theiirat TycivU- nieeeedinj FriiUy, in the
month of Aujruwt. of the jear ooe thouiand'tTttit
hundred srtd "trentyeietit.- and o the aame
Uyi U every IWth fear lLereaIU.lL dllzent
of each Statr, vbo poMe the niiaSnca'.iona re
qutaite fur clectora of the moat nuucroui sraacn
. . a mm . .m .a
The Lacedemonlani applied their miodi
to no lesrning but wbat wss uieful i snd
would not suffer the profciaors of sny
spccutaUr sciences to lira In their gov
crnment, lest, bf tbelr di.mitatloas and
empty. notions Ihef should deprave the
true excellency of virtae. 1.
rat urr trjVK'Moatcxs'k W
This lonff-espectcd work of the great
American Noreliit.biist length appeared t
all fear for. Ita author's renown . hm
fled. The renias that Ertt exhibited
Itielf la tbe Spy, hi re-appeared wiib
renewed bnlluncv ia the work now pre
sented to tbe nubile . We sbiU hereafter
expect to see no more Jtart yxprtttri
that tbe'satbor of the'Spy had written hit
best work. . cw- Ttrt Courier.
.aiJ W-T.TlBWaia - j- - -t .
" VXJTTJ) STJTES AJtMr.
J.?hef ecretaryof ;Var ha.Maid beiure
conceal, return of tbe oomberof desfTi
and Detertiona that hart occurred lnihe
of tbe State Ijrielature, aball meet within their army of the . United States during jbs
mpeetire dtrict, and eotefor a rreident three yearsi ending on the Oth f J?ept.
and Vice Prcaideni : of the United Sutea, one of uu th U ,ppeari. Ih Jn
vboouatkaitiriiallnotbeaainbabiuntor tbe . . 2oa Jt..u
nune atate with himaelf i and tbe pereon receir. T t! 30 ,l J
..t., ...aWrmtM ft Ptw.Un. and 126 deiertiom i In Ine year 183.
ui the one receh ine the peateat number of j ? 10 deaths, snd 834 desertions and ia
otei for Vice PiaWent'tn eacllffifrKir. ahall be f M enr 1873V lS deathavend 881 deter?.,
bolden to hare received one tote i which fact
hall be immediately certified to the Governor of
the SUtfl, to each of the !entor in Uonmn
from uch itate, and to the Preaident of the
Senate. The rirlit of affixlnr the place in the
district at which the election dial! be held, the
manner of holding the aame, and of canvaeaing
the votea, and certifying the return, ia reaerv
ed, exclutively, to the Ipalaturea of the State.
The Conrrea of the United State ahalt be in
eiion on the 2d Uonday in October, in the
year one thomand eirht hundred and twenty.
tions mslinc a 'grand aggrejate for
three years of $13 destbs, and 3441 do
aertlon. .inrimr.?r.a5,
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CONGRESSIONAL SU31MART. ,
' VTa-hineton, Febmary f.
In the Senate, there were reported by
different Committees a bill for the re
liefer James Dixon snd Co. of Savsnnsb (
eihtwand on the aame day in every 4th there, 1 a Jj aulhorizlng tb? re opening of King
after- and the President of the Senate, in the New-Smrrna. in the Tenrltorf of
cnuiiecj to ine(mosi respectiui consia- tee that-the Mate would be a gainer, people would require no further oo
ratr6n, Now,as far as thej)6blic will instead of ta lo8CTi;l;. Stlll,bl cotlig- tice than that which , would enable
can be ascertained, it is decidedly Op- gent vote for President, in thellouse ihenvtogHoft
p9ed to -the-House oC Repreienta-of RcprescnUtivesris-tbeHcherishedlpose, the time allowed Hl be twenty
pretence of the Senate and Ilouae of Repreaen
tativea. ahall onen all the certificate, and the
votes shall then be counUd. The peraon hav.
inj the f-reateit number of jroteafor Pretident,
shall be President, if inch number be equal to
a itiainrltv of the whole number of rote, riven i
but if no weiaoii bate aiir.h majority, then a
eond election ihall be bcliL ta the first Tbunu
dav. and ueceedine Friday, in the month or
December, the neat en-uimr, between the peN
on havinfr the two highet numbers, fur the
office of President: which second election (hall
be conducted, the result certified, and the vote
counted, In the aame manner as in the fir-t, and
the person havinr the ereatest number 'of votea
for President, bball be the President,' Hut, If
two or more persons shall nave received the
greatest, and equal number of votes, at the te.
cond election, the House of Representatives
ahalt aAooc;pfi;oiF. -theniT.fiwPaaidwtr4a,4..
ion havinir the: itreatcst
Vice President, at the first election, shall 'be tbe
Vice-President, if ?ucl. number be equal to a
imaiority of the . whole number of rotes given,
and, if no person hare such majority, then a se
cond election hn take place, between the per
son. bavin the two highest numbers, on' the
same day that the second election U field for
President i and the person having the tughett
number of rote for Vice President, -hall be tbe
Vico Presidenl But, if. two : .JTnQre jrsens
shall have received the greatest, and aiVeous!
number ff votes, in the second 'election then
Florida t a hill mikinjr an approprUtlon
ofg I SflQO for repairs on thtf road betefeen
Jefferson and, Columbus in tbe State of
Mississippi i and a bill for tbe relief of the
inrvivine offkera of ihe rerplutiOnary jfe
nrti A-Tesoiuiton otoo -rfsu.-asHiu
of Marylnd, recommehdinj Annapolis
nW .Kta nlar.e far thn establishment of a
Narsl Academy! was presented be Mr.
Smith. And two resolutions' were offer
ed, one bf Mr. King, relatireio an lnquirr
into th-s i expedience of making an spprd
priation for removin-r the obstructions to
the navigation of Mobile Harbor and the
.h.r h. nir: F.lii. oroboslnL' an inquiry
id. vn,lin nf ettinyiiishinir In
the: greatest - SdmBfir.1Srea"flttrfWl -
The general appropriation went tnrouRn
the Committee of the whole in the Hojtse
of -.Representative yeiterday." vir .f
Lknei of Dela. mrnle an importanr report
on the subject of FinancesVo(wbkh SiWO
addltrbnalcopies were ordered to be pn-
iA t aa well a another renort in relation
to the Africen Settlement, which will b
found tabur -tegular proceedingt?!
Hemphill,, of Pennsylvunbi: reported
    

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