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JOSH, TV JAMES. Editor & Prop.
- WITINGTON. N. a
WEDNESDAY. MAjtCH 14. 1683.
hntered at the PostoOce a Wilmington. N. c,
. as second-class cutter.
-. There are three or four newspapers in
the State which have mado themselves
oraehat conspicrao&s daring the past
two or three months in advocating the
doctrine that the money raised by taxes
: "paid by while people should be devoted
"oxclaslvolj to the education of. white
; ch'ildren, and that the money raised in
Uko manner and fbr like purposes from
colored people should be devoted to the'
education of the children ot that race.
The Clinton Caucasian was the first to
advocate such a measure, and it did so
with grvat seal; but doubtful judgment.
Ot those who followed in its wake, one'
. at least, has entirely subsided and ha
now nothing to say in the matter, while
' the others seem' to be spiritless and
doubtful. The Caucasian, however.
. continues the . war. after a tashion.
which, ta say the least, is unique rathei
than logical and convincing. Iu th
last number, dated March 8tb. we fin
. the third article on what it call Th
Race Problem." in which 't is argue
that by tho adoption of the propose
plan of educating the races, both wouh
be very much benefited. In speak iu,
Jot and advocating the advantages to bt
derived fmni this back action plan (?tnc
it Is nothing else) the Caucasian say s':
" It will Unify the whites in favor of
morn liberal system of public school-
for their raoe, which they would cheer
, fully and willingly sustain ; and. as th.
blacks are imitative creatures, tbe
, would be induced to do their best in thV
.-same -direction. Thrown upon theii
own resources and seeing that they wil
have to depend on themselves; all ot
tbeui would pay their poll tax ; where
as, now, many thousand of them evad.(
its payment, and it would be a stimulu
to all to make and save property and
pay the school tax for the education o.
t their children. . Under such a system
they would do" couiiderable for them
selves; and . then . those of ouf owi
' citizens who wished could voluntarily
aid them and, doubtless, many of thei
Northern friends would give liberally t
" ' This would seem to -indicate that thi
colored man is .not really so bad a
he Is sometimes painted, and there an
reasonable grounds for the belief that
left to his ewti resources, there wouh
be a fair probability that he would im
prove himself. It is a proposition witl
which we cannot at present agree ; f
we thtiik his condition needs th pro
tecting care of the superior intelligcn e
of the white race to assist him in b
coming more fully and adequately ac
quainted with the many and, onerous
duties which devolve upon him ab b
good citizen, We think that he wil.
. need this care and protection for somt
years to come, and we think it is out
duty (as he is to be a citizen) to make
him the best citizen possible. Furthei
on, in the same article,- ib Caucasian
"'says: 7- "v". '
r Public education by taxation is justi
fiable only upon the grounds of gooc
.' policy. Good policy, instead ot de
manding the education ot negroes b
- taxing white people to pay for it, re-
quires that the negroes themse.ves fur
nish the means for their own education.
It wilt oe better for the negroes them
selves and almost infinitely better fui
This is the first time wo have ever
beard that "public education by taxa
tion was justifiable only rupon the
grounds of good policy," We admit
that it is a good policy to educate by
taxation, but to our view there an
broader, more comprehensive and
more important grounds. than that wh
public education by taxation is justifia
ble. V To our mind anything which
tends to benefit, to enlighten andelevaU
the human race, to make people wisei
and better, is not only cood policy, but
it is a duty an imperative duty which
we owo to ourselves, to tho?e who an
to be benefited and to Gd whose crea
tures we and they are. The Caucavn
admits in the above extract that tin
colored race will become belter by edu
cation, but insists that they shall edu
' We shall make one more extract fnm
the Oiucasinns Usuo of the date named
!th..nirh it will h intpn fmm n iliffi.rl
ent article. When compand with the
loregoing. it seems to throw the fat all
in the fire,M and it becomes a matter f
some 84licituile what the Ciucasian
would do with the colored man provid
ing U voice w&9 potent in the matter-
History demonstrates that the nejrxo
ilelt to himself does not advanee inv apy
. of thttse qualities nect-s-wiry to gtMid
- citizenship, but rather, retmgrades. Ii
he is elevated in this couniry it . will l e
at tho expense of the whiles and to thtii
""disadantage. Why the maxim that
self-preservation is the first law of na
ture does not apply to races as well as
' to individuals is a point that wo are too
obtuse to see.
When compared with the preceding
extracts, we confess to being "toaob-
- tase to unaerstanu wuu mo uiwxHMn
is driving at. It is altogether too deep
for us, and so we leave Thb Race
i .-xVoblfinx' to drift; on a sea of muddy
O glory on board the Caucasian
Tor Pocket Knives or Table CcUery,
fp to Jaoosx's Hsriwan Ucpct-, . t
On of Mrs. Hemenway' Ben
efaction The .New Wa
tering Place at the Coant.
Special Coit. DaffY RfcViXW.
Kortobk. March 11- 1883.'
Editor Review I thought that
Wilmington was the only place in the
South favored by the ceniu and liber
ality of Mrs. Marv .Uemenway of
Boston ; but I find out that 1 1 am mis
taken, (or on Yesterday, while over in
Brambleton on business, . I discovered
not only a Ilemeuway school; but a
teacher (the principal) - wh lis well
known in Wiliniuzou and who was
an assistant of MU Amy Bradley, lu
Brambleton Hall Hound a school with
ninety-six scholars, four teacher,' and
presided over by Miss Newton, iornier-
ly of your city. This lady udd me that
the present school house is for all, and
only te-nporary in lact as it is cot
a-ru plated by Miss, j lieuieuwa to
t-reci a lasting edifice in a grove
of pines, near the Norfork bnde
on a tract ot tana ownea oy uiat uti. ,
and thirty acres in extent. The school
grounds will coyer only two acres; and
this much space is already leuceu in by
.in irou rail in jr six teet high. Mrs. II
will be here la the Spring, when every
thing will be determined. The value
f the land on which the building wi.i
be erected, is rated by a real ta
ient at 10 000; and it is well worth
i. foi not only is the situation coin
uaiiding and delib-ful, but the drai'i.
igu is perlect ; flowing along on out
ide is a alt watei lake. What a nobh
maracter Mrs. Uemenway ;i. Jotig
nay she wave, and it is myfeiiteie
vish that she and that' good old rVtei
Joer may live to le a hundied each
ior in my opinion they are ibe tw
obit si tiiouev ierbon in tli Union to
lay. This thing of waiting unliloue
ties, before any xxhhi is done with ih
vealth accumulated through lite, is 1
iioonshiue; and Pjl bet an eleven dollat
iote that such persons wouldn't leave u
n'tii, but take it all with thm. it the
t m Ml I
iouia. inai s not tne way i win no
vith my wealth when I get it. 1 will
iujtate the grand examples set by Mrs.
llemenwav and dear old Peter Cooper.
inn do irootl with it while 1 live.
Well, we are about. to have a rval. livi-, i
'euuine watering place, on the coant a
ast; one that will compare with any
tud excel soiiieot those retreats in th
.xortn. aeveuieen in lies iue ease oi
icre and four miles south of Cape lien
ind this is the spot selected font h Vir
inia Beach. For i ninety miles soutt
he beach is shaded all the way byorii
nal lorest trees within one . lundreo
ardsifhw watr; makliifl: a nleasan
1 rive for those who wish to en the dis
,:oice. The hotel will face the ocean :
vhile In its rear lies the always famoii-
Lynn Haven Hays where oysters can b
tan oy just camnjr on inera to com
ut of the water. There is to be n
nonopily. for even body is to be allow
d to build what he pleases , providing
hey buy land sufncientto erect' build
nit on, ami so icnat is ine lonimienei
n its jwriuanent success, the appli
itionH are pouring in u for stock i
he enterprise. The railroad thereto isa.
-traiirht as an arrow, and the beautv
mat it is cleared and graded tne em lie
vay. Marsnall rarks is rresident o
he association, and that is a good omen
f success, frhe has been fortunate it
verything he has! handled.! It is pro
josed to haye everythine complete and
eady for guests by the firsn of May.
Quick, cordplete cure, all annoying
Kidney, Bladder and u rinary Diseases.
$. Druggists. i .
uichard urant wmte plays the vio-
soncello ravishingly. i I
M. Clemenceau. the French Radical
nee taught French in Greenwich
Mrl Drinkwater hajspens to he tin
ftA of a great Massachusetts al
brewer. !. .. . I
xMr Moody, tho evangelist, is 'now
holdinz forth to the unconverted in Ber
muda. I r
Concressman Morse, of Boston, is 9
Hebrew and a dealer in clothinz; con
sequently he is a target for Republican
ridicule. . I
Senator Kellogs: of Louisiana, revers
the usual order and passes trom tht
Senate to the House in the next Con
rress. i I -
George I. Seney, thej jailroad mag
nate and philanthropist, is mentioned
an the next lemocratic candidate foi
uayor of Broklyn. I
A Memorihl Ilnil is to bo erected, at
Br stoL R, I .in honor ot GeneratBurn
side and the soldier K the town wh
perisheil in the war for the Union I '
Mr. Tabor, whose funny matrimoia1
capers and bonanza splurges havegivei
him notoriety, is going to build a "pal
ice? in Washington, where he wil
pass his winters. si,
Mr. J. II. Hopkins. Warrenton, N
G.. says: I consider Bniwirs Iron Bit
Ker the best tonic I know! of.?
To remove tar. rub thomughly witl
elean iard. and then with soap and
x'sinu water. This may Iks appiieil V
e er;the hands tr clothing. Detrou
iJ right's DiseiiMe, Diabetes,
. liidney, Liiver or Uronarj
IIa-e no fear of any of these disease
if yiu use Hop Bitttrs, as they will pre
vent and cure the worst cases, even
when you have been made worse b
some great puffed uppretended cure.
A Chicago girl's excuse for marrying
a young man .whose race was badlv
marked with scars of smallpox was that
he had a pot-tic look. She thought1 he. I
was weighd down with some .secret
sorrow. Free Prats. I
What Seven Could not do.
Nafinvinx. Tenn., April 6, 13I.
II 11 Wabjter & Co.,- Strs Seven
physicians could not. do for me what
vour Safe Kidney and Liver Cnre ac
complished. Hopelessly sick with kid
ney diseases, it restored ma to perfect
. That is what sl ' CTeat
many people f are'-doing.
They don't know jtit. what
is the matter, but they have
a combination of jpaiaod
aches anH each month they -grow
worse. i '
The only sure, remedy
yet found is BrowVstIron
ferrxERSi and this byrapid
and thorough assimilation
with the blood purifieVand
ehriclfes il'and'Hchi strong
blbodflbwing to evejy'part
of the system repairs the
wasted tissues, j drrviout
disease and gives health and
This is why Browns
Iron Bitters will ;ure
kidney and liver j diseases,
neuralgia, dyspepsia, mala
ria, intermittent levers,1 ' &c.
03 S. Pca St., Baltimore.
I was a great sufferer from
psu, and tor, several
weeks could eat nottune ana
was growing weaker, every
day. I tried Brown's Iron
4 Bitter, and am ha py to sny
-I now nare a good appetite,
and am getting stronger.
Jos. McCawwt. "
Brown's Iron Bttters
is not a drink and does hot
contain whiskey. It is the
only preparation of iron
that causes iio inj urious ef - -fects.
- " Get the . genuine.
Don't be imposed on with
TXh 12 lw
Herueniber Thin. 1
If yon are sick Hop Bitters will sure
ly aid Nature ia making jou well when
ill else rails. - i : -
it you are costive or dyspeptic, or
are suffering from any other of the
lumeMius dise&soa ttT the atnmnnh ni
(w;l8, it is your own fault if you r-
uain iu. tor Hop tsittcrs are a sover
urn remedy in all such complaints.
If yotl are wasting away with any form
u .iviunev uisease, sxop tempting j'eain
his moment, and turn Tor a " cure to
Hop Bitters. ; . . J ,
If you are sick with that terrible sick
ness. Nervousness, yon find a "Balm in
(i ilead" in tlie use of. Hop Bitters ,
If yon are a freeuenter. or a resident
f a miasmatic district, barricade yout
system against the scourge of all coun
tries malarial, r epidemic. .bullous, ani
intermittent fevers by toe use of Hop
Bitters.: ""-' ' - " " :
If you have rouzh. pimply, or Fallow
skin, had breath, pains and aches, :and
eel miserable penerailyy; Hop ; Bitten
v ill give you fair skin, rich blood, and
sweetest breath,", health and comfort.'
In short they cure all diseases of the
stomach. Bowels, Blod, Wyer Nervnh
Kidneys. Bright? Iisease. S500 .will
be paid for a cae they Trill not cure or
help. - t ' : . - -
That poor, bedridden, invalid wife.
sister, mother, or daughter can b
made the picture of healtn.i!by; a tew
bottles of lion Bitters, eostinf but h
trifle. Will voa let them suffer. 7
mch 13 lm ' '
teady eniiloymenv dxir.n "Bprior and bnm
i r.AMrM J. C. JJoOUED & CO., j
fb4W - - T " - . ThlUY
WTin t u una f Aa Mik
M ear. I atrtuMt um qusim ci ru& ruui
&theA? aft mni tctt siw rCScvaw Sb3?
m lor trttM m T verri oc jny viuum
hisjrfvr trtrV. wl I win mr rw )
Free ! Cards &: Cbrdmos;
We will Bend tree by mU a ft&ntyfe t o
.inr i.rtm fiArasjin. r ranrh anil - Amenra.li
Cbromo Carl, oa tinted an gold gniiSp !
vtui k tnoendt ivcversw auier nt ttosig-na.
n reooipt ot stamp for nostase. we wu
ilMMrttd free by mal a earn plea,: ten ot nut
es ttiuiuur moef m resell tea e-na i
uv i..r oarnnir una ninire: aito BD;in
x)"fllcnUal iioe 1L4 ef ur latge oil chmmi.
ireow wan tea. . Aaires r. au&XMom & ta,
6 JMnnmer btreet. Boston, staas. t u
Mothers Bead This !
Stoxs Kidoe. K. Y.
Vxy Dsxrssjr Bw.-Dar firs:- Voor
iVoui Vosr actios a he liepn lnntluatJe U
ia iiut utile dot. cvra rearm oia. iicniir-Ba
rcr th.nr worm la a few days, OHinjroaly a
few of vunr worn (onfectlosa. 1 am rlau to
ba- testimony to the value of Vxileasen'i
worm coitZecviocs., xoors. -
kit. w. u. sienna.
Try them S5o a bo. N.- '
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T - . A&&SXZXSX'
f Wl WB if TtTTO v a tso
Lime, Kainit and 'PlStatet I
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For Beanty, Strength,
Farity,and Bread pro
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? - . " .'.". .. - " , ' ,
r the highest attainf
Qnarnnteed in every Inst cue
TAT IT. IT WI14jPEOVK ALL WS CIS
ros rr. ;
50U Hhds. New Crop
direct from Mataniaa - Tor sale low. '
1 WORTH & WORTH.
.' TUB BEST LINK OF FINE
-V. IK 2SOBTH CAROLINA. ;
Cap Fieapt07t .
Stuarts Kye9 Q4, " ! .
Virffiuia Glades, 04,
North Carolina Pure Corn
WHISKE? I . .
FOB MEDICINAL PUEPO; ES UMEXUIXED
PEACH AND HONEY
FOB COCGH3. COLDS, ! e., botfeer tfaaa any
medicine la the country. ,Ve also recommend
inr BUCK AKD UTE or the ROCK AND
CORN, FOB COUGHS, COLDS, Ac InlalU.
SECFCHATKL, ENGLISH: DAIRY, YOUNG
AMERICA and tx-st CRfcAM CUL8.
; FBEn IN STOCK.
P. L. BRIDGEfiS & CO.
Y VIRTUE Of TUB POWER OF SALS
oootalaod la a certain deed, made ,bj J.-J
EllU and Trife to T. B. Uppitt, aa Trustee for
Boatwrlefat & MrK or and their bein and aa
abrna,' and recorded to Bonk l f P. page
333, of the Reeorde of New IlaMrrer oonuty.
uw aoei xrnea woroey rur ne aaia trus
tee. wUl sell io the .bjbrt bld-ier for eah t
tlMCo rt HoDe donr In the dlj of Wilmii.
tun, oa kloqday April 2nd. US3, at 12 o'cl ck,
u ue toiuwienecnora properiv situate ta
aalddtr beadnblmr a the Nrthwet In er-
S'Ction of Tenth with Chestnut street, rtr a
thence North with the Western tine of 1 enth
street 0 feet, thence West aloog irambertV
line 18 po.es to Hnnt'a tine, tbenee iooth '50
feet to Gnrstnat street, thence along the North
Cae of Cbeatmitatgpetlo polos to the bck-in-Oiif.j
: J. P kKLLAUY.Jr..
'. cxi L5M . . ' . ..." AUorpe. .
OT UXXSSIsa JTjST and wfl
taYtc3Gr 16ccrZzes a few
. -1883. ; i
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PURSUANCE OF A DECREE OF THE
operlor Court of Brunswick county, at Fall
Tv iro 1683, in an action of forecleure therein
endi g b tween Th Fi'-st -National Bi k of
Vllmingion xr plaintiff, and Alx. Oldham
nd wlie hb defe ilnt4, the anderslaned. t om
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t U;SI, the foil 'wing real st-te, being: in the
oun y of Brunswick, adjoining the town 1
ilmlnj;ton and 'cnta nlng Taeref, roore oi
ess. . liegraiUg ftt a marbk post in tne lining
, - ck county line on tne Sou h tslde of lht great
oal-or caust-way ' across ragle lsL-ind. and
urn butuih with the smM county lie,t
ji cprs in thee, go of t e npe frear rlvr
t the mouth ot a can;il, then along said
:an,il about West to AMgatr t. reek, lh n
u shi .ntsk to Mki great road or onine ay,
ben along 1 1 alon Kast o the bcglnnh-g
v-cepting from 8id bonvd two aciv on
eyet t John A. Taylor by J. K Cregby
lead of Jaminr 10th, ; auxl xUo excepting
i oty.na4 lit feet iroui the1 afo- aiIJ county
line ami a va MiM great road GO ft et, fnminp
the Sitme an extending bnck 100 feet p rallt-1
.vith said Brunswick otn.tr II' e; tihh-h las
la was rt-seried by .lfr dmlth lu tjic diel
-,on7lug said laud to the said Alex itklhaiu.
1 '., A. G, R1CAUD,
W. J.' CALAIS, Prop'r
O ITU ATE D AT, WOK VERY FOOT of
Blue Ridge, within sight and easy 'each ol
Mnae 'of the most - fan ous xeaks ' Tbe Kf an
fountain and o.her points of Interest a eneir
Delightful air, salutikus climate and excel
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pr-'pMhiijg rest orn creation in the mountain
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feb 10-6n f :
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. " Navepnpers or mat to eery tits wdvertliewMMt
vCSoutteearrcss order cuakjx3& E09
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and la arranged la bAndy dSl C
-T " rOREIGji NLVrs
embraces -special dispstcbts tnm !
of toe globe Coder the besl of
aregtveniheTtlegraphlc tWtLo? '
week from all parts ot the L
ture alone makes ' . Tli ,
r' V- tHk WEE1LY nwutn' (I ,
the mot valuable cbr til len tL M
ful report of . . - "
SPOUTICAL KM 1
embracing complet- and eoii-i V
lrp. of t he speeches of emhxn&.M s
the questions of the rmnr. ,
TlfK1! FAKM DKFARTJItVT I I
of the Weekly HeraH rl 1 !
as the most rrnctical snc IJl 5 v
irlcs relating t the dotlof fi2"fil5 v
eget.btes. A.i ae , with t
pdrJLhlsla. ap4emeoted by YS?
department, widely copied, under tUkl
i THE HOME. 4
glTlng recelie for vractVal dUK. v 4
making opthlng and tor keephjw if
latent fashions at-the lowi-t I
s a . - sr . au
fashions, be llcime lrtmpni
ly ueraia wmsare the Ilouiifs 5
me ht mirftd time tht.prlce ot th!
tntereetaof ' , wr.Wl'
-re looked j after, and eremhlnr kf.
corded There Is a page ierotorf
httest Phases of tbe euVlAeUIJ
McrcnHiiUise, c; Ac. a vlno.
the produce market. .
8portIngyews at home aad afiresd. t
er with a rtory every weok afC-V 0''
eminent iivlne Urary, 5't!!
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The New York Herald,
In a Vfoekly form, OoeDolUr
' - a Year. -I '
dpcio. - rrfTTN.
H ri I hfirt RmR. WKMoel.
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4 Piano, 7 Oct., square,1 rosnro4.
canred, agraffe.... ,
2 "OtPgPM1 oct.cahipetBUnd 171 g
organ... ., ;
Organ, 6 seu reeis, li stopj, coup
j lr, subbass..
Our Pianos a ud Orgau are wu-
1 - .-v wanted flrstlass. (
9 Violin outfit, box, bow, etrtnri.com-
I plete.; .....,
3 Violin cremona model, extra toe .
4 Acconleon, 10 keys, bast box, flo
6 Aecordeon, 6 keys, 1 atop, tiett
. reeds, perf ecu
Mouth Organs, Vienna concert, U
holes. t4 ......
8 Mouth Organs, Genuine ElcAter
holes, G 8... j. ......
11 Mouth Organs. , Genuine Concert
: double 24 boles, G 6. .1..........
14 Clarionet, genuine Martin. keyi,
bo wood. ... ,
17 Fife, in ebony, German alive ferule
16 Music Box, f tune, crank, fine.......
19 " " 8 tunes, wind wUi) lercr
20 Violoncello,-patent, machine bead.
22 Double Bass', ' patent bead, t or 4
24 Guitar, maple, nricbine be4, Aa
- finish:.;.....: ...................
.27 Banjo. 10 Inch, 4 brabs bracket.....
.28 Cornet, brass cornopeoD style, cat
30-Xmnn, I .anas, Prussian, ornameBted
iom violin. Guitar and ajo etnsct,
II Bros .T......:
Silver Violin, Guitar and BanJoBUiBn,
Steel Violin, Guitar and Banjo Stxtaiv
iut, Russian, German or Italian, best
fnstrnction Books, Howe's or Winner',
tnv lntrnmnt ..............
Having just made a good trade for K0 Star
;r Sewing Machines, will sell then forfS ec
hlle they last... . "
. Money ia. qtute safe in oonooa tetter
.liamryatdressed. , r I
Terms strlctjj cash with order. WTU t
Agents and dealers send for our 40 p W'
-1Onlabove net wholesale prioss afena e
nake 100 per cent, profit. ' -'1
Call on us when yon come to 84. Lgmfc 1
Kefereneee : Any bank or wholesal;B"
ta the city. ' - M
Herbert Bros., U tbe only General WV
lale house in St. Louis. - L, '
92Ottre 8treet, 8aist Loul.
1- Ian t-1r. ; ;.....--; -. 1
. .1883. ; -'i 1
Harper's Young People,
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VoL IV. commences November 7, 1
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ning Post , 1 J.
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Boston Journal. -. .. , . L.
ror nearness, elegance of rcrraruix.
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p bUcatlon of ; the . ktod yet bronjfM
"4- TERiTS : ;
HARPCR8 YOUNG PfcUPLE, t 1 9&
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-mout NtniBEita. r.-or Oct earn-.
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