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' FRIDAY, MAY 1823
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As the public attentjon jsIrectcd
- nin'ch at present toward? Spain, we
fpreparea brief chronolo
SnPt oPf the principal evenUln that
, Lantrr, during the last "three : years.
perfect a, it is, K
i :!Lfbr her present situation vCan
Jlrdlf be understood without 8ome
IL Jidire ' of her recent history.
!n.,Vh veW incomplete, we think if
mar be depended upon as accurate,
19 rar as iv... .
180, Jan. 1. The Revolation c,ommn
crt vhh an insurrection am the troops
SrCMix. - It waV planned by Cotonels
. gexo and Quirogaj? Jhy. pUce themr
Sves at the head of d fTerent detach
ments of the army, and proclaim the con
iritat!onofl812, ' . .
Frb. 1 Ri?g" enters Algebras s pur
sued by Gen. O'Donnel. 18th enters
Malaga maintains his ground til! he re
treats to the mountains of Ronda f whenr
hu troops beinff reduced 800 men, he
disbands them -on the , 11th March.
The rumor of this insurrection spreads
through Spaio, and produces similar in
surrections, with various successes, at
'Cornnna.Ferrol, Vi-o, Pentevedra, and
Kavarre. . -' - , '
March 3. Gen. 0Donnel himself re
volts and proclaims the Constitution.
9 Gen Preyfe revolts at Cadi z.
fFerdinanil submits'; promises to restore
Constitution ; issues a decree abolishing
the Inquisition. ;v w .'
10-Publishes a decree," restoring the
onsti'ution)f ' - .!
11 Summous the Cortes to assemble,
under that cr-nstitution. '
2iAQuirga and ;Hiego made Field
Marshal of the Army. . -
Ju(y.The Corres assemble ; declare
the press free ; dissolte air convents and
monasteries except eight ; approp'iate
the eclesiastical revenues to tfce payment
of the national dt-b, and ' grvnt salaries
to the clergy in J.iea of their church lands ;
abolish entails. '. v
Kov. 9. Sitting of the Cortes conclud-
ei . ' , . . " ' " ';' "
16. Disturbances at Madrid ; Kmg
compelled to leave the Escurial and corar
to the city. " v
I 21wiRiego appointed Captain-General
of Atragon -The", "Archbishop of Valen
cia, who had opposed the revolution ba
nished. Grn. Morales, who had attempt -td
a counter revolution, flies ri iVrrugal.
Dec. The K;vg issues a pr.Kiamation
to restrain the excesses of the Revolution
iry Clubs. , -rri
I 1321, Ja?. 28.-lMathief Vimiesa; ofie of
the KingN Chaplains, arrested, for having
,vriUen proclamations and caused them to
be distributed abfiutj Madrid, in which
the people were told that a foreign army
'vason Us march, to compel them to return
to their, duty, to their God and h. ir
Feb. 6. The King 'complains that he
lad been insulted by the populace, and
demands the asMstahce of the municipal
authorities of Madrid to preserve order ;
fcich is trranted. ,; ' '
. ' Deputation, at the head of which
jMhe Bishop of Majorca waits upon the
Nngand requests him to attend in person
the opening of .the Cortes. ,
Mar. If-The.King meets the Cortes &
nvers a speech prnposed by Ministers ;
the clnse of which he com plai n s w i th
roocn bitterness, of the
hica he b exposed ; and ascribes it to
"boioi nrmness in theconstituted author
,u. 1 his. part of the speecti causes
. . Auicuipni in ine fortes, in tne
en,ng &u the Ministers resign.
-J""Ane Cortes declare, themselves
permanent, on the ground that there are
8Fnsioie Ministers. 1
io ineir answer to the Speech, the
iC3 QC Clare thaMliPV liav. UeorA hlc
tottplaiauof personalinsults, with grief
- ou,riseiney reminds him that he
Himself, charged with the execution of
wsvand they promise him their con
and support. . , , .
Ministers are appointed.
nf -Merino at Burgos in fa-
ikhPanI 3'TThe Junta at Barcelona ba
Ma orrnnmber ?f-respectable persons to
thJ a,0n suspicion of their favouring
fe"na wh0 wcre then itNaplca,
toade7Vmuesa uled Madrid, and
lalleys? t0 10 yeaw hafd labbr at lhe
fte:i5, rar0 break into the prison, : ;in
Viauele of .th afternoon, and murder
C Wointed Captajn depend! of
;General Klio tried for treason in
mi. w u,mra me consutution m
"-"vcr.cea to be stranc ed t rhm
June icCe as.t then executed.
1 v!lPr V. . x- gtnt ror tne
i ;0iua;a. arrites at Madrid.
.Jteived .with respect. - -
C .w las second ' km!
tecond ! session of
.i - .
k,-c-w ,1,sorcer,and o
Madrid :-dnnKt Mrtum
3 a sincerity i
Aug. SO-A mob; in front of one of the
prisons. prevented from assassinating the
prisoners by;the firmness of Gen.' Morillo.
v 21 .10,000: men 'assembled jnear, the
Club de la fiontana, and are clamorous
for the head of Morillo. 1 ' Y. 1 1 '
Morilloenders ' his .resignation to the
King, but it is not accepted. The minis
ter of War signs. ' '' ' ' . ' '"V
Sept.Morillo tried by a Council of war,'
and honorably acquitted. ' : " " -r '
Sept. l.i--Riego superseded in hiscom
mand ; wliich causes great tumults a '
,Madrid.' : They are quelled by General
Morillo and San Martin, the head of the
municipality; ; . J: 'l .":v -,.' """ j.-
28 The Cortes meet oi an extraot -dinary
session. Petitions from many pro-,
vinces for a. removal of the ministry
sonae of these accompanied with threats
of rebellion. '; v ,
During the greater part of this and
the following month, the yellow feVer rag
ed in all the eastern and southern pro-'
vinces of Spain: .
Oct. 18-The inhabitants of Cadiz5 re
fuse to submit to the Marquis de la Reu
nion," a Governor appointed by the King ;
and the inhabitants of Seville send back
General Morrno, tfieir G .vernor.
Nov. -25. The' King makes a commu
nication to the Cortes complaining of
these vents,- . . .
, Dec. 9.'- The Cortes adopt an answer
(10 to 48) in which they censure the
proceedings both at Cadiz and Sfvilk as
unjustifiable but they consider the ( of
fence of the inhabitants of Cadiz as pal-
uatea oy many circumstances which they
enumerate ; and they decline to inflict any
punishment. . v'
18 -'I he Cortes present an address to
the Ki; g, requesting a change in the Mi
1822, Feb. 12. The Cortes annul the
Cordova convention between Gen. O'Do
uoiou and the Mexican leader Iuirbide:
i and declai-e that thev will consider an ac-
Knowieugmcnt ot th independence ot any
of the American Provinces ly any nation,
as a violation of existing treaties. V
v 14 The Kingxloses the extraordinary
session of the Co.-tes, with a speech, in
which he declares himself perfectly sa
tisfied with their proceedings.
M vrcti 1. The new Cortes chosen for
1822 & 1823, meet Gen. Riego is chose. i
A new n.inistry appointed by the King.
May 20. An alliance is concluded be
tween Spain and Portugal.
28 The Cortes addressed a message
to the king, in which they complain in di
rect terms, of the spirit of his govern
ment. , They" say that tht administration
of the provinces has been confined to
worthless men. who are disliked by the
people, and who sanction the inpuniry of
criminals ; and that the clergy auuse the
functions of their office, to sow supersti
tion and disobedience.
June 26. The Cortes adopt measures
for conciliating: the American Provinces.
30. -Close of the session of the Cortes.
Julv 2.' The constitutional Ministry
finding that no dependence could' be pla
ced on the King's Guards, caU'o'.u the
national militia; upon which the Guards
immediately revolt; and 2000 of them
takei possession of the Pardo, and demand
rations f the Alcalde. They are encou
raged by the.: party of Serviles. . ,
3 Ineffectual negotiations with the
revolted Guards. ' ;'
7. The Guards attempt to seize the
ciy.A They are met by the militia and
some, of the inhabitants of Madrid under
Riego, Morillo and others, and a battle
ensues, ii which the guards are defeated,
with the loss of 400 men. The Duke del
Infantada finds it necessary to conceal
himself - and is afterwards banished, as
well as the archbishop of Saragossa. j
10. A meeting of foreign ministers is
held at Madrid, to signa declaration re
lative to the events in the capital. Mr.
Forsyth the American minister refuses to
fsigniit, alleging it to be entirely untrue,
and assertine that the real enemies of
Ferdinand are the Serviles and ultra royp
alists. .r -:( , v . ' i..
17, Tranquility re-established, and
the, national militia disrhissd from their
encampment. I I'd' v !
Aug 7. A change in the ministry, fa
vorable fo the liberales. i
28,-7-The King signs a decree for a
convocation of the ; extraordinary Cortes
on the 7th October much against'-his
will. " . j- . . r '.- j"
The Defenders of the Faith guilty of
great excesses in the provinces. T
Oct. 7 The session of the Extraordi
nanrCdhes commences. v"
Nov. Disturbances io the; Nortn of
Spain, k; and . frequent skirmishes.- The
Royalists are generally victorious.1; '
Geii.'Miria obtains advantages over the
Royalpitsyjbf Catal nia. 'f. ' V -';
Dec44. The ultimatum of the French
government presented ; in substance, thi f
the" King -shall - be restored to, his sovc-
reign rigpis ; uiai jtiit- iooies snail dciy
instated in their privilt-ges, and security
given against' future insurrections.' ; Vj
4 ;1823, . Jan.; 18. The Cortes deliberate
upbrt the note, received frm the Allied
powers,, and' vote ' to - prepare' for War i
Arguelles oneiof the' Deputies.-of the ino-'
derate 'party, having madeVa speech irf
fayor of war,iis -carried thro', the atreets
inrtnumph. 'vf;: .
30.4The. French "Ambassaor leayes I
Km? should repair
r The extta6rdinary,sessidn of the Cortes
closes with a speecpf trom.jnrvJvtng.' ! m
issures thempf hU firm and, constant m
nion with' them, and, of his determination
in nnnnse " the antisocial DrinciDles"r of
ihe King ofFrance.: u:: v- C
-Xbe Ministers; wait., on the King; and
urge ; him to ; remvve from t the cit.clHe
rehises-arid they all resign' ivA
At a quarter past ten at night, compel
led by the populace wno ..aa couecreu in
in vast numbers round the palace, he res-f
tores the ministers to their offices. , t j J
Laws of the United States.
An act amending,' and supplementary (to
the act for ascertaining claims and
titles to lands in the territory of Flori
da," and to provide for the survey, and
disposal of the public lands in Florida.;
, Be it enacted by the Senate and House
of Hefiresentatives of the United States
of America in Congress assembled. That
the powers of thfe board of commissioners
heretofore appointed, for ascertaining
claims and titles to lands in the territory
of Florida, shall be confiried, exclusively,
to the examination of titles and claims in
that porti n pf said territory, heretofore
known as West-Florida ; and that, for
ascertaining fries an. I claims in East Flo
rida; the President is hereby autliorized
in the recess of the Senate to appoint three
commissioners, which appointments shall
i be vf force until the end of the next ses
sion of Congress, thereafter, ho may
appoint their Secretary, and who, with
t 'eir secretary, shaji, wi.liin the Dis
trict of East Florioia, possess all the
powers given by, perform all the duties
required, and shall, in f all respects, be
subject to, the provisions and restrictions
of the act of the eighth of May, one tuou
sand eight hundred and twenty-two, eh
titied i-'',An act for ascertaining claims
and titles to lauds in' the territory of Fl j
hda," ccept except so far as the same
!.s altered or exchanged by the provisions
bf this act ; which board of comniission
ti lieretofoie appointed, with that here
afer appointed, shall hold their sessions,
severally, at the place within their re
spective districts, heretofore designated
by law.;, but may adjourn to some other
convenient place within '-their district, and
may continue their sessions until the se
cond Monday, in February next, wnen
they shall make a return of their pro
ceedings to the Secretary of the Treasu
ry, to be l-tid. before Co ngress.
Sec2. And be it further enacted, That
in the examination of titles to land before
either of said boards of commissioners
the claimant or claimants shall not be re-
I quired to produce in evidence the deraign
j ment of title from , the original grantee op
patentee but the commissioners shaUxn-;
firm every claim in favor of actual set
tlers at the time of session, cession Of the
said territory to the United States, where
the quantity claimed does not exceed
"three.thousand.five hundred acres where
such deraignment cannot be obtained, the
validity of which has been recognized by;
the Spanislfgoveruinent, and where the
clainiaut or claimants shall produce satis-;
actory evidence of his; her, or their right
to the land claimed: -And said commissi-;
oners shall have the power,4 any law to
the contrary notwfthstauding, of deciding
on the validity of all claims derived from
the Spanish government in favor of actual
settlers, where the quantity claimed does
not exceed three thousand five hundred
acres..".- ; .',-. ' .- ' '' :- . '.-"' r
Sec. 3. And6ef it further enacted, That
each of the commissioners heretofore ap
pointed, who has performed, and shall
hereafter perform, the duties assigned
him, shall receive ' compensation in pro-;
portion to that heretofore allowed him.
And each of the commissioners hereafter
appointed for East Florida, who shall ac
tually perform the duties ' assigned -him,''
shall receive the sum of two thousand
dollars, as a' full compensation, payable
quarterly, from' the treasury Of the Unit
ed States. ! .. ,s '.
Sec 4. And be it further enacted. That
it shall be the duty of. the District Attor
neys for said Districts respectively, when
ever required to do so by the ' commissi
oners within his district, to attend them
"for, the purpose of arguing and explaining
any points of law that may be i deemed
necessary to be examined ; and said At
toraey shall be entitled to ahe samerC.om -pensation
therefor as when attending on
the district court of tsaid territory. T ' ;
,i$ec5; And be it further ennctedyThnX
all claims not filed, with 'Ahe commission i
ersof the district, where the land claim -
ed is situated,- in ,the manner prescribed
by the act to which this is an amenduient,
oa or before the first V day of Dece m be
next, shall be held to be void and of node
eflfecL ;v ' ' ' ' :: fV
. Sec 6J And ' 6e it further enacted, That
it shall be the duty of the Marshal to eje
edutearid' make ; returnof all process
which may be issued by the aaid Com mis
sioners', or the com mission ers may; where!
they deetn it necessary' authorize and
empower any other person teexeciiteand
return said;prCSss; ''gtifc
ida, who shall 'beep his offic at suchl
place. withinTthe std terntory, asinej
President bf the .United ; States shall ' de-;
signate ;"h4 shall receivejhe,suni ottwo
thousand .dollars payable, quarterly, at
rhf Treasur : of. the Unit ed btates.''rc 1
And be it farther enactedThat,
FaU tiMlnrteat rif ih 'iahd hf thellnlted
States, flying in the Tiistrtet : of East vFloj
rida. a land bmce shall be established and
kept atxsuch5 placed wtirfsaid o!istricti
as the Presidehtof thei United States shall
direct ; and that,' for the disposal i of the
lands of the United tateslyinfe! jnV the
Distit of WestBorWaI
shall be established at! such placeiri said
distrjet as 'he president eynjted
States shall direct:;; 'S?:0MfZ
Sec 9. And be itfurthefaactea'&Kzt
so soon'as, in the opinion bf the President
of the United States, there shall be a suf
ficient quantity of the public landssurvey-,
ed, within ei thereof the Districts of East
or West Florida, to authorize the opening
of one or both of the Land Offices afore-'
said,' he shall cause the siame to be open-
ed, and shall proceed, from time to time.
to appoint, with the advice and consent j
of the Seriate, for -each of the said Offices,
a Register and Receiver of the Public? j
Moneys, who shall give security, in the
same sums, and in the same manner, and
whose compensation, emoluments, duties, ,
and authority, shall, in every respect, be ' '
the same, in relation to the lands to be
disposed of at theiroffices, as are or may
be provifled by law in relation to the Re
gisters' and Receivers of Public Moneys!
in the several'land offices established for
the disposal of the public lands bf.the U- j
niieu Dcaies. . - , ,
"Sec. 10. And be it further enacted, That)
whenever a Land Office shall have been 1
esiablished in either of the districts afore-; j
aid and a Register and! ReceiveroPub- ';
lie Monevs ADDomted for the same, the j
President opthe United States shall behPriated
and Ihe is hereby authorised t6 direct so H nv' Person, for his coraoeriUon wlio is! V
much of the public tands.yin in such
district; as shall have been surveyed ac-
cormng co law, to oe onereu tor sale, in
the same manner, and with the same re
servations and exceptions, and on the7
same terms and conditions, in everv res- !
pect, as have beeh, or may hereafter be, fl
an entire township, in
tricts of East and West Florida, shall be
reservea trom sale, tor the use
nary; of learning, to be located,
cretary ot the Treasurv. '
Sec 12. And be it farther enacted. That j
all. the navierabte rivers and waters in the -
Districts of East and' West-Fjorida, shall
be, and forever remain, public highways, j
'C Sec 13. And be it further endcted,ThsLl i
so much of the act, apprpved Jthe eighih
uay tii May, one thousand eight Hundred!
and twenty-two, entitled ?tict$S0g?i
certaining claims and titles tol and iiT&rt
territory of Florida," 'as fstinconsient!
with the provisions of this act; bend the j
is hv alS -
is heieby, Repealed; and somucji
jfas provides for the appointment
uiereot as p
of a Surveyor General, and allows him to
. . . li
charge fees, is herebv repealed. , ' 'i
': Approved March 3, 1823. ,;j
An ait making appropriations for the
support of the Navy of the Unite States,
for the year one thousand eighhuhdred
and twenty-three. ' - -;,V:; :;
; Be it enacted by the Senate ; arid House,
of Representatives of the ' United Staieji
of America, in Congress assembled, at,
for '-defraying the expenses of, the Navy,
for the year one thousand eight hundred
and twenty'-'three, the following sums be,
and the same are hereby, respecti very
appropriated:. :, .' '.:v 'fd&'&$&;
'':-- For the pay and subsistence; bf . the offi-r
cers, and pay of . the" seamen, nine' hun
dred and twenty-nine thousand five hun-.
dred-ahd three dollars and twelve cents.
including the sum of twenty-six thousand!
eieht hundred ahd eighty six dollars tor
six months pay for the petty officers, able
seamen ana. boys,; requirea ior a irigate
of forty-four guns. .. ., . ; ::
For provisions, two hundred and twenty
thousand dollars. r : r fe"
For medicmes, hospital 'store, and all
expenses on account of the sick; twenty
thousand dollars. 'a& -'?. . v'
& For the repairs of vejsaels, ; three h'dn'i
dred and fifty thousand dbUars.
For the improvement of navy yards.
docks; and . wbarye$, eighty-two thousand
dollars.V-:v'5' l:'''':--- 7-4?
For ordinance and ordinance stores, in
cluding small arms, manufacture of bow-
der, &c2 twenty thousand dollars; - vy J
je or pay ot supertntenaents, navai con
structors.Y store-keepers, 1 inspectors, ; of
timber, clerks bf the yards, ahd arUficeriV
fortv-fourthousand sixr huhdred and fif i'v?
Hollars,' including the sum of four thou-1
sana one nunarea aoiiftrs,rto cover a.de
ncieocyi iit the1 pprbpriatibii of the year
ignie,en nunareu ana twenty -two. , ;
f For, laborers and teams employed in
toading ;; aud ; udloading vessels, piliner,
aocKiugi? anu removing timbers, .stores.
Xc, ana uel tor: the engine," thirty thou
pioviueu lor tile-saie,ipr;iae puDUC lanas pcryu io uc cApyuucu in mc jjuu.- , j.v
of the United States. '.. s j flic service J but in all claAwiiere 'tJief.; y:A
Sec. 1 :And be itfarther enacted. That if Paflor safary of Vny person is withheld v!i:
sand 46Uar; wlclatasuhe r sombl'iejJyl
.'wivK--!' .- ' V;i;i-- :':,;lf rr--
f For. erecting and f completing houses
over ships in ordiriarj';; for their preser'l -yatlori
from' the , weather,' ' eighty - thou,- i - ;
rr thevconstfuctidtiiof, dock' and , ' j
jwharvesiJn connection with the mclined
plane erected at the Navy Vardin Wftsh!
f'Forpay and subsistence of the niaricf v
corps one.hundred and Vevehty-six'thou'
sand four hundred and . seventy-four doi- ;;
lars.' U I . m"
:For clothing for.the same, ' twentyvninef
inousanq aouars. , ' f- . .v- if
M orfuei for.thejnonommiR6ioned oflr-t
cers; musician, and : privates, six thouW;.
that is to savj'vfiiel for thft eio ii missioned
soicers; Bed sacks;Tfepring vbarracts ' , &
transportation," and trayeUingr expenses ;:;,',
t ofticefs postagei of letters; . rapret,;-:v;"'
and armorer's tools; andi statioriaryiiwitbj . . v
sana dollars. U"iwl- i:""f:'"vv."-'t ! - ,
To enable the T?residn't of; the - Uniteo
aics io carry into, entcx vtne act, enti-. ,c
tied 44 An acnn addition (o the act3 pro-
I For sh
being the amount of I
expended balance of
previous ye'ars,- four thousand and thirty-
five dollars and ninetyfive-ceats;V . -
f For military storoftlie' marine corpse
being the amount oQhe-unexpended ba
tance;Bf appropri4tionsf for drevtoUs vearal
the slave traded" htty thousand -t r h
ot, shells,' and rollita'ryTctoe'sl.T'-
hhalmnVnutivl fim-i . T'Lf '. ' .,i
ten hbusandfivhundiedV dollars and f- r f
thirty-five cents: 'i's '"-:r ' ' ;
f Munaer, cnactea, :a naj
the jseyerajf spurns hereby i appirporiated,(
shall :be -pdbiit of any " moneyin .ihe,
Vov 7Xhat notmoney ap. I ;'; -; t
3ujr oiucrwise; iappropriaiea ?
fji arrears to theTJ;Statesu
lion hall have ; accounted;: for d paidt-'f "
mto therreasuryiralT! su?jris f6r whicK hej4;
maybe' liable tProvldedi mrtherrh i
iiotiiing ? in this section cptalne shaJ
extend to balances 'arisTnoTefynf
depreciation of Treasury notes receivecj :,;
ildaty f the accounting ocer;lf-demand-'5
it shalf .be the duty bf - the I !said; 'Agent,
within sixty daivsr thereafter J 'to-order suit
eacn or trie ui- i -iuuauuc ut .ui ntvi n wihii , uc-iuc. .-'''
"-'. -V-V - J . f 'kM .' nit Mar. . a AT t . " ,Atm ..II ; J'm. jk i A . '
to be commenced against sucli delinqueut' -V: . !,
and his, .sureties. .' . " . !
Approved March3, 1823. t -
jp WILL employ ly or0good- jaboringf ; ,
'itJHand'hf.ack'orwhitetr-to'siich as arot
able bodled-1 will&ivc ten dollars a month
ohappliciion a T the Wbrk at Lob
Ht Wynnei off Rakigh; Who will engage
and direct theni to me r ;" ' . " 4
iiai l ii f i' .. iiniivr. - r l VHr nr r r i- niiprr
! '' -!'.-- ;"-;' ., i THOMAS 'Afl MERA, "'
f .May 5; ' .'..,- 33 2m'.
I UNIVERSITY OF lit CAROLINA.
rpiIE Public" Ahni versaSfy : Examinatioti
ML . of the Studehtsof the University -of
N; Carolina' will be hed atChapel-Hill I
oa .Wednesday t 28 th" iost., and ton ti n ued .
fromtday to day uniil;Thrs'day
June next; on which last named day the
Anntiat Cortimencetrieni of ; the 'College p
:- j, uciuuunu- i. rusiees composing ,ine
Solomon Gravest :
4 Kiibert H. Iones.V
James C. Johnston 1
Thomas Lbve,H ;4
Leonard Martin, :
James' Mebanel :
-i; ... .v
ykljHbn'ble Frederick Kasul
uuiuuiuicc uii ; v auanan inr AiiJ.:iK7:4'v,;"!j:.." a
irill;aendv!::if j, . V; N "'( ' ' V.!
His Excy tti :, ! (I
fex-offici'rKcrr: i lH
6..- -'.. .... uhjuiiiuu uiaioi. r .. r "'it . 111
:&:aT':' I iTereiiijaiiSlade, i.; v ' :':
lHf Romulus!M; Sandfirs;- ' , : ' ;: r-
i';"Kiv;. tThomasiWynns;;:f -;.r
' AU o(Acry(ee9 whofmaySatte wtx 5
will e considered members of thi Com i ' ;
mittce,, ana, tneir auenuance as solicited . V ' .
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