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% V T M l f B O X » I iA R S T J S J i A tflT O E l , JETHOji MinE S T K ia^ I C. flc c o . _____ O F A D V E E T ISIN G ACEr—UTiaMjCeWar 8, uuil«w th*n 18— ob ,7S cents; second sna tlilrd insertions, its; BSd lS}o»tsloraT e i7 subsegnent in- ttOfrERTISEM E N T S , vsoa irlileli tSe mnnber of times for insertion IS NO P mjtaKKD, will be ineerted »n4 charged until ordered out. ' •ADVESTI8SMJENTS kept on the Inrids of t l» paper ^aX8 charged an addition^ price.^ ^ ^ with for a lest I8EMJENTS kept on the 1) —« w^Muged ad addition^ price. 3fB.iRZ.r^DF-BBTISEBS. pape;‘ inchid oat the paper. $32 per annnia; not, hoa period than six months. for errors irhieb m - THE ElTEOTNG rOST FOR THE COUNTRY, AT THREE DOLLARS PER ANNUAI, isaosn Twice a were. «H.dZ.Z KINDS OF JOB PRINTINB EXECU­ TED fP'JTB DESPATCH, O f THE NE j I T E S T AND UOSTTHPROVED STYLE, JiND ONREASONAK' ” D S T Y L E , JiND ON R EASONABLE PUBLIC SALES. Anthony J . Bleecker, Auctioneer. B Y A N T H O N Y J . B L K t C K E K , Office No. 7 Broad street, near WaQ. li;S2y?.r^;7 ?! fen,no .neel, tie .no rekr»n“d ”oo“enbom\?l P e 5 S r f c r n r J ^ B i l L t ^ r e c \ c '2 r e « PUBLIC SAidES. ' BY store No. 13 W iUiuii rtiM t. Liberal eaih adraceat aude _____ — Bn5s^S'i«fsrs. store corner of William rt. and Exchange Flaoe. AT PRIVATE SALE. S^nchbrown listings. IS:fhisaS^5isis'Ss;\ s S s i a S r ^ C. Mk Foster, Anetloneer. r FO S T E R S & LIV IN G S T O N , Store No 41 Broad street. ______ f i S p i i l l l i S m '*’ a Sr 7?r»s«*Germm conon bmiery. Cete‘og« and Store No. 17 W illiam at If the'Jtti’ srenue. ' 1 r S S S . “ - ’J J t ^ ^ . r n d ________________ - M W ; 109 WaU street Mahossny- 70 4 \ E i S l ' l a & per brig Eve approved endorsed notes. ___ _ ____ . _™._. . ____ . . . . . .. Ain>, oiC9 I'aimn mnrlilo tilas. 13 iiirh. .—21 cases, cuntaming puliahed !.a It, next to the 5ih t described, on south It ibe nortn side ofSSd street, ICO feet east of 6ih Also.2 lota on tke sooth sidd ofSld street. lOC feet west of olh oS|r.nT,«3i^^^^ J i J S S 39ib and 4Wh streets—a lotf running through fmm 39i.h io40ih ctreeUn adjoininr the iull iota on the wet.t side o( LetinsUtn avi> Por terms anck partieulani, &ppiy to the anctioneers. No 7 « s i io eaiterly side, and 82 lee 3 inches ooihe west ’I s i i l 'lan marble slabs. White and White VeineVl’alian MaVbl^The entire rnrg .. 5JC9 I'alian marlilo tilas. 13 tiirh, assor'etl blue and four apornred endiirsed nnles. ;v8i®srsBSit, store No. 191 Broadway, comer of Deyatrsot. i^leV.ttlNl!.rd\e3?»Tm'^!r*3ra‘^e7?S n ’RtsD.aV KVENING, Ruott., Stc -Vn®e*,3;'ns'^e^\^;e^^rK^^^^^^ eno-js boots. aUo, annuals, iduatrafed work^. to flosie Consign- T n i’R^l'AY KVF.NTNO- Private I.,brnrv-Aol cbo.re Booki)— \ Iftpse am] valuable collection ol choice Btai oott—Undei the direction of Jobs J V Weslerveli, Supreme^Court—Under Ihadirection of John J V V^^eslervelt. | [ indtililnrks nawa. fi’e» cut nek* and brad.-., t ^ S S ? “£’“l,r\f33n\’'„\r D o7‘S^M»Sn{3^Tt.?u7S?rrAUa **SuDrei« tJdn«—Under the direction of D Van Voorhis, E>n i f ; , , . AU«. b>f lienefi’ «»t th^ ii^nderwnterf, an invoice o rtisementin the Brooklyn Eagle. street, % feet south y.turfialne houses and lots on the east side ofFrinc, street, ad Brnoe A. Chilton, Auctioneer b y c o l e 5r CHILTON, (Soceexsors to E.dward H l.odlow st Co.l Office No. 9 WaU st Aastion Room. 23 Platt street, oomw of Gold- rv'T&KK'AffiSi”?: Store No 14 Platt street. f|eSSE',H S S w ! ! ^ b ^ lT S S E 3 :^ ^ ^ 3 ^ ,: :^ o T .3 s 7 .„ , of got,, ar^ A l»o. H cases Gothic clocks. _ VOL. XLVII. NEW YORK. TUESDAY. JANUARY 22.1850. NO. 18 NASSAU. NEAR P 1 N& ST ___ PUBLIC SALKS._ Broad atreet. f t i S l i i i S ' '*l;^L^;^'^-^'’rl•d\.ih^‘!^rS.'’-Toe two . ............ . boo., .„d ^.r.j^*frn,noT«e“oT[.:ri',r“??o^e^?.^^^^^ I2th •^fg®4-^)ne lot fit groun<l o»i LPe nor^b tl Ja ol 13»h ilreet. Bowery: Int £5 by loOfea. hoi wSSby 41 fpSt with cftrr»flfir way Peienoptory Executor*, <atc »f V'-l.jaKie Prot,^,»v % •uaiesi on Bfooiiway. Ninth *ircpl. Bowery, En 7 Jib?tb and R vingtoo Kotlcce ~ A d etectinn for niue Director# of the Ocean Steam NaiVlgation C ompaoj of New York, will be heid at the fffiee of the Company. No 60 Broadway, be- twoetj the hours of lO A. M. and 2 P. M on Monday, the 4th February neat. The Tranafer Books will b« closed , C. E ANDEl Dom the 14th Laiitant antil the day afler the election. ■RSON, SeoreUry. January 14. 185 ;^nId‘a?M^e. ?r^Vn Row on and after Tuesday, the 5th day of February The transfer books will be cl.Me(Vfrom Saturday, the 26th^d«y Of JanuiMy at 3^n „loek P M to Wednesday Dated jinu a r j 18.“lSJ0 jalutFe S.\ML M I BLATf HFORD. Trea CORVVIBIB, B R O T H E R & CO. AMERICAN ^ C o I m E R C l A L HOUSE For the purpose of condneting a general imm Ualon, ■W«T«l»os»slng, a.nd Foreew n ll sirv.Ti’S.TuriT.s.ssSVoSSS to the care of Hsvta h Liviaasroa, San FTanolsco, will S,*lss>. •m 12 o clock, M. to 1, P M GEO. T. HOPE, Secretary. 09- H aU otial A c a d e m y o f Detsign.—A special istH-tjog of the 4icadeineolanj will be held at the roazQJ of I SHEGOGUE.Sec y. t Ilf the lUopectors was read and ap- r a full discussion of the evils consequent upon •f-l**nrp of two hoards of Inapoctors. and the com tetlUoD between them, it was err lo.2i feet fmnff.vHW feet deep J bal It I* PXpodleDt to MtahJlBh ODC Board E izariethslreet-Tbe ihree >tory bnrk hou-aiin the Ironi. and t*f I n# pec tors, w ah »ne uniform standard, and there “T w K y . . . I . . . , ?;ri At 12 o S ' K - & ' ; . ^ E r c b „ n s e \^’nl I »n 1 H'reeH—That v ilunhie pr -h* » N«> 2 i Wall !i;;fir,.%3o!7nrrb\e hurt's ;.;,V'.7cV;3^ Momj Ii0»nia OB Brad »»ta Mortgage i £ M ”~ Oeorge Ixrrett, 72 No 6 Sd story. { )r.e share of i=!tock imhe s^urinK Nalley Shot and 1. facturing Association BY^I^I^Y^t^rca. Hore No s Wall st , opposite New at 0 Slar'^ba.nU' Ef. 1‘iitN polleotion riMitain* *uecie4 tr«»m ali parts ol the I iiion.iimr.y enele, will! larkey. fl .mmgo, scanef il> «. roseaie spoon»*i.l. ro* k s!.r3'b3; three lour hunUretl specie^ J'erson* fortuiti* coll**riioo* wiih. and which may never n^am orru' ^f<iile peremptory. At U i o’cliirk. iMhelJai err rear of the «tor«. ^ Wnlt «i 1 Ml PnmniieN—HO j wi I n'Morinr*. m'—i o' w U h d davc »eeii on P-.r»ed iM.fii Franf.ean-I 1 a y.wit*7 ai-i' w»h mi ' tni'nei. a« 'hr» were rere.ved AmonjrH* them w-n ‘.e buind many veryvn- die newest and ncMes rti le». Le ’ g in Motire mvoire umg eceu • d -and never jef'ofe ex hi Li •» ». The w ii<nr »o h-* a .1 t wf hoo' ■« verve These eiigravions are we . tvonhy i9 a'leoiion *>1 awn- A4 IJ oV lock . at tba *a ex r.v.rn, N > H Wal' si .Mnffti'fir.enl (ameh Hair Mix w : -«»ri * f’a' Hombny raiopi • ho r I'Mg shawl bem-u ouo o'iiiv* m *-’ “jperK <Gnw't ev-»( -m eViii^m'an wm^v-lecTed Bumba>. lor a petwn la e!> <le H-nry ShieldB. Jnho VV Vardiey and iM B. Oakley, in connectio I hrii-t>>pber P I'appaD and Daniel Brinokerboff, be ap^ PiOQled In-pe,'t<>rrt for the ensuing year HeaoUed '1 hat the inspection brand ihaU hereafter with the additmn i f the moatb and year from the 1st of May to the 1st of .NoTomber WeRolved That all rase# of disputed inspection shall boFubuJtted to .\fea<rs Tappan. Hadden and Marshall. wboN*. deriaion or that of any two of them, shall be Hasr.lrpd That a f ommittee of four, of whom two shall be hsceiTrrs and twv Dealers, be appointed In conjuno- tioii with the tb.r»e lnsp«»ctora zxam«d in th« laat resolu- r,-on Hl».ph«»n VttloDtiDe were appomted a# that Committee kcuolved. That there shUl be established a gradri)/ ftui'iTlion, to he termed * Superfine. Number 2 ” Henedvod, That the Asnoctatioa inspectors shall not be allowed to bofeUnd plug aoy flour. Unless the same shall '‘■ liS r « r T \ b I f;‘b\“^ two BoarU. o, iucpcct- *r» shall take effect on the 1st day of February next, so -egard# their receipts . but that the alteration of _;r?nw A semi-annual dlTidend of five per cent oi m :;n a r a h l t:!ifh ‘; fi7sT T / \ht dividend on stf‘rk registered at New York wiU be paid at the Phemx Bank in that city, and that on stock register­ ed at Uhduy will he pai 1 at the Albany City Bank. A l h ^ v ^ u a r y 10^18^^^ L J^RUVN j ; x ^ r e ^ M WairVtr\.‘K New York\jai'\l2.Y8S0^° ( (k/- loiipopi Bonds. The Mortgage Bonds of thi# < oiiipariv with or without Coupons, as may be desired h'anng n«T«n percent, interest, payable semi-annually being a ftr#t lirn on the nnlire road a»d equipments.) and mnvertible Into the stock of the Company, at the ple.x-un* of the holder till five years trom their date. wUl __ o th c o i e - jt, or any other lem. with punctuality and despatch. References Messrs BASaARD^CutTuaCo , \ ?v?a! b \ ood I o \ \ ' “ ' } New Yerh A mo , R. E bo , E«q., J Mflsari. E. D. R iiiuh . m A C o . Boston. J H B abtlett & S ob , New Bedford .Mr W L‘’”BAKEaY6rSMden‘'Lan^ ’’ jaU AMOS R ENO 74 Broadway hf ti 'id att ••• of the holder till five years trom a par iosums of $5«0, ^1,^00 o J M HOPKINS Treoeurer _ TA A E 8 , 1949. under the trust created by Calvary Church, by their deed doted the twenty-fourth of January, 1848. In pur- pewB. being one-fifth part of the pews conveyed to thtm by said deed Dated New York January Ttb. 1850 4»1« tdhs ° i r l T CS%^COMSTOCK Secretory THF III. (FIT r. n o r T axes t New ( ity Hall Park S Notice i« hereby given that an addition of on« per t'Hut sYill h-e male ^<1 all taien remaining unrai‘l on lb- 1 *lh lay February and two per cent on th« 15tb day of March I he 1 eceivpr wouM ur^e upon tax payers the import- an« - i f making a«* ^ rly i-Hymeot a# pORjoble to avoid the : At and delay srnich must necessarily occur just pre 1. ur^ for re. eivjng money from 8 U> 2 o clrrk P »n‘ial > mf ney no’v ref eSve-d a U 2 w H\«VKV H.ART Receiver of Taxes UlTldifiici. The Board of Dire.-tors of th« Kailroa 1 ahd $3,'000-.r.;;ii,;’.n,%V.”i , t » £ KrK?:r7;a™c\S“ proSi-35';r /=1L'STOM HOUSB BUSINESS TRANSACTED V_J with promptoeBS and deiipatch, both in New York and B'Wton. upon reasonable terms, by HARNDEN A CO ■ 8 Wall street YOUNG .iHSRCHANtr from Germany, wbo, i ^ d e n r e e - n ^ c ^ o if^ c lf^ .................. country,ntry, andud whoho hass no positsitive revolution In tha Dnohy of to seek an a»ylum in this e a w ha no po mea desires au occupation He would undi ituThis and*cbUd^to Ame/lc ..usfer B0.ks oiU Oe ctosedjrem^tbe^^^^^ . ....... :'... „ llieecketst ! r;-,.-The NeW' Y o rk Ineiiraiioe C o m iuiiiy.- c iiU';?: 3 m e” fm'i' ?m-nM.elon'Em'e'ir, '.h»',’aKl vT^*' T m 3‘ w h Kh- I l.if o. tbvir .vgal reorceutatWes, o'n an-l after 9oiii Without rcerve. It* (ofi to suit pur* hixerp. eg <• • • c a . j . , M 'i 11/ litb ostact a» ♦h'-ir No 60 Wall Atr^et ” .... IF , h G A M | M “ ’| E £ r i T I ' CITY FIRE INSl'RANCF^CO , I . R t^rFrt^te.’L c S . B o iu Shoaa, if T.VT k MO.NDAY. JnciB\ ' tHI. < ..nipany in place of BIcha^A Reading re-igned. At l2o’ci>ck «I Ih-Mer. i.ao 'E.cheDBe ] t-I ek» effect the 1st day of JaiWary. 1850. And at a Will be sold, III nut rlisnmetl n( at piivsie me n .niimhiv i m eting of the Board of Pirectota held this day, tbo fol- “sTHoaifMoWAT Store No. 1 Pine st. iw % I story xtnre '■ F3f”rull pcnicularsm|.,;or-nnb« m,ri..,n rgo.i,. ^ iM .'^«7neit \ m III which' At 12o'ri<»eh n ine M*.’’! h ifi D.xPhxnff , l*' 'Ic - 'l Ex'*<*u tors’ Sal« of V aiuaM*# Propen »tfi*nef,iy..(New\..rb By order VVi'l le sold wjfboij'. r#»»*rve. umier Iba ilTeu'i'j\ \f 1>» um dJl tf 7 Ri^Ker and Satpuet S .\ymar. Fa.x‘*cu'«.ra \f pr-er \yinnr t J*-- ,f» *- IrM. .. Df I AV JAMF.S WILKlFa Necrota ry 3 ft Al f ITS le ;«ui.i>sinn >2 and buiid.ne thereon Known No 138 ' nxaau • Bo*^ i«-nt gwp N J . July 12, 1849 82C t em*^hrnVe ! ‘ iJT^“L e t t e r In le it 7 rn^ i txAtned in the London rwelirnytS^emBiecct. liOiiclon P o s t Oin< rnTwa7K'eatnin,c «po«r«»„-. ! ao„’tn-r7^ i ' ^ . ....................... ....... ............... ’ ' ' ‘ ' ........ _____ _ . ................ ... ..a., .a. __ ^ Pight Drafi\ fri'in .e 3 feer«ireet, eHy rtHe '\ . ...... . ..... ............................... . ..... a. ....... , aJl the towna uf Crie&t lS;T;t3;’e!5 ,c;!7^^i?^,&Tn.^i;:'■33,'■>r,H;^^78?cl;.\7^ > - g g g i l S P ^ \ i i i i i 5 i S 5 S ; £ s s l l ^ ...l.n h u . l, >|p. front and rear by lOu IL remain on bond ami R. C. R E M i , Auctioneer John Pniffen, Anetloneer. i V J O H N SNIFK KM / s u b to r s : m & r w ^ d S 3 i S B E i a g f e = S s S ^ r Y v S ? ^ ® ^ mOMJ m u lemotn on bond B # B '^ N ^ 4 r p d “T r r 6 o u.F“vS!\iPT„!lvS‘S k !'?£& :H,U' le Eo'ry B*K.kSketp nc he g '' “ ‘’'\S’L P'DT’s and An Jl elegant English Vaten- fl i Ire |oi ti<l)oniiniaml tiiitiiinj thereon hnov.n o8.N..Nni:fo ! ' ro^.r.^ feel on the Soiiiheily side anil 49 Let II ms on lliC tinrlh j 0 Wall street. ante, payable in I A'l etcrliD^ A The paJ'eengp’*’ wdl ambark on board th« ateac I «i T»*legr#ph at Whlt.haU dock, to morrow mornli r bags will be taken from the usual y \ “''‘ P''r“ 'r J o o o T r L L ! ’ '’“ 87 .South street I'i™: chi'.ndL.. p?v£<3t^;t;i iiiji CarnUy. IL « « D T ' 3 S f T U A I U p a n - M \ ^ ^ ^ \ \ freetk stock of tioods for the FaaTra.de, which will hee tiold Trade, which will h tiold and stylei for top imeon for carrlag® ruptole Court-Under the direction o n ’homRsl'am'ei. Eiq ; Imingg. ?'up!«fMCuun4.W --------- -=•- ' -■ ---- and worsted, and cotton and worsted <■ ARRIAliE S1I.KS 11 to 27 inch drab, blue, greet Id worsted and cotton 3-4 and PRITATR sibE, and respectfully invite the trade to coU and inspect their PATTISON k CO. a, 9 Woll s. Petite Poi3,a.e , in ea»ia T, 407 groadwar. o y v u e —w tite a MaBll»H«nn>. nf flm qmJity. 8°' h r MOSES TAYLOR C a l i f o r U l a ^w w . s J P ^ s I Blsdden a IXEIN’8 - J l . Revolve] bines, Muske Califomig. at ed to stand Qnaffeet^'ta ’alld ta itra **o ieadpr *nlph(ii used in the com; H. H. D a y . Manufacturer, _ 23 Conxtlondt street. Ivanhoe, arrived yesterday, and for sals by ' JalT S' T. J O N ^ ft CO., 49 Exchange ^ a ce. a line blue, • , p r t S S m E;^ ----- n W mb S s ? r “r £sff 5; ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ l ^ ^ r o e r e s Plymouth Bock do H e ^ ribbed do a Tefinesseo da Jaie Double Cottonades, fcc.fto. ---- irams. burlaps -------------------- Also EnglhOi Bnntmg. P A I N T E R ’S COLORS IN O IL Tbe subsc'ri iler. F.ej JT offers tor sale on the most favorable terms, the foUoe I t S l T i i i S i l l S X L t t t a ' i l i .... o ”w '”4to w * l (Jrantk Stone. ______ W U a LIAJH 1 Philadelphia ^ LetUng Dwelling H ^ ^ ^ t o r e s , to , and Crilsoting ittanville street, cor Maiden Ions. Wall street. Reuldence. No. 384 Fourth arenue. New York vcni. xxAjrNAHK: S S I O N M E R C H A N T C O M M I S tVOOL, BUTTER AND CHEESE, W B tVeUes, Cashier Utica B*ank. John WllUams, Cavenovta, Madlssn county. D Cushnian, Esq., 188 Pearl street. N. Y A R B IV A L B A T T H IS WlSW Y O R K H O T E L S , T n e s d fty, J a n r u r y *» . D Mmaning, PliRa R N Mantell, Engl AMERICAN HOTEL. IngUud J e ' ^ w Smith, do T J^l^dfbrdj N J H C Cnmmlngt Prov C P HTO»To8t J R Crookej, NBridgp*t Wm R Bftker* do W H Tflden Jt Udy, Boet E W Were, do H S AUifly Roob . M T oqbc ftnd lady* E Col Wsa Hopkiof) Pm Suol Rlcdiiej £ sJt Be V J HUl, NJ O W Goodfldges Vt T c Sumner, fiost J French, Hoxbui^ W T En*ti^ Bo«t C Hartford, Springfield 0 Norerose, Boet Mr Gllddon, SC S H NorriSrSebeueotadr Mils Haneok, M m WmDodd. Conn H Day, PbiUd 1 E u ton, Balt J Barrett. Col W C Burnett. NY, Jt OrifvoMv L june D SoQthwiok, Troy ASTOR HOUSE. Dr Simpipson, Bret mdler,ni Best N Cho __ Mrs Baker, D W WUUams, Roxbury SsmX Doggettv, Boet Wm Darle, Springfield J B Case, Bost Wm G Neni?, Hiiladelpbia Caps A Eidridge, A Btelittgs Bait C B Sherman. Conn d r Sheen, Philad M OliTar, Boet Miss £ GUaau, C Chagrin} Rrattlehoro L Horkene, Troy B B St^Dg U d ]j 8 Johnson, Jr, Boet Wm Parsons. Best Mr Baker, Boat G S Csmeron, SC R RlehArdsoa, Mas. J Q Adams, Bolt Wm^^igMS, Boat R W Emerson. Mass O B Sebier, Bost J H Bagley, SC P H Rocker. St Louis H O HUl and ladies. CLINTON HOTEL. H Miner, St Louis May W Wade, Pittsburgh C y Simons do J Lantsll, Wash A Flsohir da o J Tilley, St Louis H Whltfleid, Pokeep.ie J Richards Mrs XV H Smith, Phil J young N B Ward, Ct J Dsnuiitoun DUNLAP’S HOTEL- B Hntohlagf, Balt H M Lewis, Phil BM Dudley do QA Wlndust. Brooklyn Jobn Carlisle, LI DA Eldrldge, LI Thomoi Eldridge Chae Wilson. Springfield Cbos Garrett, Albany Qeo W Smith. LI W H Camnff NY O W Ralph, Hempstead T Jones, Jr, NT T J Parker, Boston. C Johnson Osgood, N Y. EARLE’S HOTEL. A Clark. Ct O Peab. Albany r P Rider D O Nenl, do Sami Llsnm H E Banes Chas Waterman A Morgan, N Y L has Grover a G Brown, Pittsfield FRANKLIN HOUSE. c H Eveni LI Q A Prichard, cin < Coumtock, N H RR L H Burts do J A fslhoun do XV Jewett do \ J Humphreys J Thompson, Rocb C A Dunderdolo, U Mr Witty, Greeebush J R Lucas, Alb HOWARD HOTEL. loemaker, Fhlla. J D Rockwell. Me Ogden, Capt J H Williams Beoj william#, NYork M J Douglas, Phil S H HookerNO A O Wilson. Boston P M Morris, Boston H T Wood, NBedlord. J Holmes L o Conan, Me ^ 'hlng.Me. Y’S HOTEL. O Albrer, Pittsburgh J L Hurt J L Altemus, Phil C M Phoroemotton, NJ L S Martin, FhU H Austen A Crooker J Sherrard. Va W T Henton D A Keys, C t E Mabbord, Westfield THart. do ~ ” “ towb _ W Wilcox, do THE EVENING POST. tivu powers, knew w h at terms to employ, was T H IR T Y -FIR S T CtONGRESSS. W ashington , J a n n a ^ 21,1850. IN SEN A T E . ^ After the'presentation o f nomepns.memorials, Mr^ from the ~ - repair of the C n a b irlaud'aam , in' whiqh, on Ms mdtion, was eonsiderei Mr. Hunter n ^ i v ! ^ o f T ^ to abolish e Senate then t id, and after dis- Mr. Gass proceeded U address the Senate on tbe question of tha Wilmot Proviio. Mr. Cass arose and said— 5 two principal questions invMved in the eoting the wfilmot Proviso, as mdeed controversy respeoting the W^ilmot Prov there are in all the legislation, Of Gw whether that measure is constitnti 9 n al, l ,. mstitutional, wheth er it is ex submit some brief remarks uponL------- eroiiing this power; if we possess it. Btforci howsreri prvOTodiPK to fho invei — -Jn g ress; first, iona and next, if lent. The obaei istisatlon of [uiry, and to a jnsfc ' 0 ^ the attention sition, there Are some prejimuiary c santial to the progress ol tha inqnil oanclnsion. to whi&h I beg leava to of tbo Senate. In the discussions which have taken place upon this subject, formerly and recently, all those who have eoBtended for the power of Congress to pass this Wil- mot proviso, have contended for general and unlimit­ ed power of legislation over tha territories. I know of no exception to the universality of this proposition. The right to institute goTernments, and the right to legislate over the internal conoems of those distant communities are need as convertible terms, without recognizing or aeknowledging any difi'erenee in the principles themselves, or in their practicable appliea- lion. Am) this disregard of one of the canons of freedom, hallowed by confined to the disonssu J A Cslhonn S WoU. Ct It J S Fitch, c t Mr^iolmei^^il I CMUy,Vrork N T Emmons, OuUrord D Colo, Syracuse W E Hart, Aid R D Bardwell, TrOy Q M C Colbonn. Texas S F Wickham, Ct stlon. N( V E R P O O L , Cork, _ o lJ 76 South rt., oorner of Malden lane, up s t ^ r ^ South Peareth\ (JaS Co&U. Jrfe of sulphur €nd ash, and i, and a^aperl Broadway. 2i),uoo ° 72 Vtr^y^]i^riN^irRttR— • OUUmon, Alb ATIONAL h o t e l . E’oS.ri;\’’ W Glover, do Wm Porter, Oswego A Morgan, Brooklyn PEARL STREET HOUSE OShepard.NY P M OtU NY L PoweU, Ohio HATHBUN’S HOTEL SK.7J f S - - rSTSsF”-'” ' R H WelU, NAdoms TREMONT TEMFERENCE HOUSE iS7s;'sr,\..«. S’SJT'r;,';. TAMM AN F HOTEL. S r r r T n \ o n ,r .B C^” o S n ^?* J D Johnson Ct J Monroe, do U.5. HOTEL. t i M . D Felt, NJ, WESTERN HOTEL. O H Payne C E Brown, Norwieh J M Thlmberly. Bolt S B Barnes, do R CO. 1» Nassau st. KLOOO ALLIS with a large stock of other goods in the clothing line. for sole by the s28tf UNION other goods in the clothing INDIA RUBDtjR CO, 19 Nassan st. • Shirt Store. q . . a e „ , „ X P.\NY HA ViNO exeotited a mortgage to Shepherd k^c7oV-the“^ s r i ‘f t e T u ‘^^^^^^^^^ dollars, to secure their bonds or obligations for a like ?8To“wUh\?u“ T s ^ .lm l .« n n , i“ ?5 ^ f July aud 1st of January, are now prepared to exchange mortgege bonds, seenrox/ as above, for the present out- .‘ELS\S?.'T\.'irb such exchange yARD,Jupy Treasurer, s‘‘:rvuror.&^^,rtitnttes“V^^ Monuments, ho. to. in thU country. The Mantels Purchasers are a<isnred that the prices sat upon the above articles are fully as low as those of a similar quality can be purchased at In this or any other city In the O (U win be pleased to receive orders fot tombs. monumeDte,manteU and ornamental n .Trsi;;;; latroDS shall P r ip ttin s Cloth •Agency, H . V A N D E R V O O R T & CO., Vo. Z» BraaG r . . t r e e i , offer fm sole by the ^ 1 ^ - ettes, assorted colors >n warp Cloths, brown, groan and o U t « — RU S T r a o o F l a ^ Istsigned have erected wo^k* . rk,|or thwparpoeaof Galvaaia _ ___ _ ______ Of Iron, which It is dedraHa to PROTECT FROM RLS.X, BBsh os TELgOUAPH WIRE, BOLTS, SHKT\ ITBftliliig sup of wblehi«cfK>mnehiinportanee,thallt _____ ___ itself to thanfitiea of oU i £ ^ hittitaitad. \iO . B. MOREWOOD ft^ Cp., BatentaH U and tggi«averat,.>lrEW YORK •Y+MBttlaLLA. c llu T H S —Bordered oBinlairiTn U sole V XaxVRENCE, TRIMBLE ft CO j»9 SiBrOftdrtmi s s isssaiiis.dSdffiiSd’U, 100 do Spool Tape, assarted co’ori ^2 do ft'^on L ^ t r l n g . 1 do dO Cravats 150 do colored and black Cambrics jql2 ] n iR M N G H A jS H E X V Y AND S H E L L H A D W A R E , SHEFFIELD TABLE CLJLERY, E.ARTHENWARE -JACOB S PLAT T olTeri for sola at No. 23 Platt street, by the package, the foUowmg staple hardwaro goods now on hand or landing froxn^tho Wfl* ***5mmta°tta'YMd’b J ^ t fcyl“ 8 P»®»’® ^ « “ d® to4, ^V cu^^aliineson’aand WbskU common ;bright (oca and Cotter key vices. ^ ^ 60 P W right It WOkenson’e warranted anvils. 10 casks hooks and hinges. £00 setts ton wdghts. 100 do 8 } and 7 footN, 4 , 3 andStraoesj hooks and isonssions hare, bnt extends every hero,—to th* Judicial trihanals and to the immontaton whose habits of investigatien are more favorabls to calm and searching in- qn tr y . than ours can be. Mr. Sargeant, in his eonatitational law, when he says “ tbe power of AndTnd^“e s ^ ;;y t;if;;‘rh : sTm; virws: “ thatthe power of governing and legislating for a is-equenee of the tbe territories. And these dednotions, for they t only deductions, are mode with as much coolness Lord Mansfield oonld have exhibited, had he been called upon to decide the validity of the Boston Fort bill, or of the aot vrhich declared V that his Majesty in Parliament of right bad the power to bend the people of those colonies by statutes in all cases what­ soever.” And a member of this body, (Berrien) high in character as a jurist and statesman, has oharaoter- iied the dilference between the po'wer to institute gov­ ernments in the territorioa, and the power of unlimit­ ed Gongressional legislation over them, as a bundle of absurdities, while a representative from Indi­ ana, (Pettit) in the neighboring hall, with a courage that almost redeems him.from the censure which snob a sentiment cannot but inspire in an American breast, says, “ that this Government could estabEsh a dea- patism in any of its territories beyond a donht. This Government could sell them into mavery if it pleases.” Bat with commendable charity, he provides a speoifio for the wound he infiiots, by assuring us there is r danger, it would be preposterous to suppose tbei was, “ for there is a g reat difference between tbe po. session and the exereise of power.” Where he learn­ ed this lesson that there is no danger of the abuse of power, I confess my inability to tell. It is a doctrine better suited t# the Neva than to tbe Wabash. 1 thought tbe converse of the proposition, the prone- W W Avery. Boston £ R om , Bingbampton c.I.’TSS.T\ MARINE LIST, CLEARED YESTERD,3y. ^ Berk Savannah, Martin, Savadnah Sturges, Cleamutn ‘ i:°£ s “ k ;:;4' s .“ ; g s S \ '- -ARRIVED YESTERDAY. SPOKEN. Dec 28, lat 38, was signalixed bark Rolla, fm N York for Ooree. Africa. f \**P **’ Financier, Hall, ftu Portland 7 £ T S s t'‘s.!i s Si ««— D«c 14, Ut 7 68 S, Ion 80 04 W, B p ship ------- , fm LI t - Ar 20th InBt shlj^LucaB, < Marianne, Werlaneister, fin Novre sed to be the Eleo- iVthiiir; of the canons of ■erolntio^ is not ters on eur own institutions, and I thought it was the jealousy of this tendency, that dictated our con­ stitutions, and that calls into action a ceaseless vigi­ lance, by which power is watched and restrained by And a mem^er*'from New York (Duer) considers tbe effort to secure the people of tbe territories tbe right to legislate for their own internal affairs, “ as H tion, which fed to our revolutionary strug( 5 le, and our separation from England, and I must coinfess that I have listened with amazement in this Hajl of Ameri­ can legislation, to the long and subtle m|eta]' inquiries into the rights of soverei ers it brings with it, as though reignty were everything, and the thmg. it is a revival almost in terms, of the disons- sioDS between the parent country and the colonies, but in which we Imve obanged places, and now as* ime to exercise the v e ^ power—of legislation with- nt representation—which we first denied in argu- lent and then resistedin arms. Tbe British statesmen conld not understand what practical limits there conld be to the power of the sovereign parliament over the colonies, and as they found none in tlielr constitution, they admitted none in their legislation. They could not elevate their from their own narrow system to those funda- ial principles of human freedom, “ written,” as Lord Chatham said, “ in tbe great volnine of nature, which are innumerable and mdestrnctibie.” They had one advantage in the argument, however, of which we are depnveA They had an unwritte\ eon- stitulion to appeal to, and a legislature to act, which, by the theory of their government, was omnipotent W hen, therefore, the exercise of any power was brought inte question, it was not necessary to estab­ lish its existence, but it was for those who opposed it to establish the limitations by wbloh it was sought to be oontrolleA But the powers of our government are both defined and limited, and before the authority of Congress can be brought to bear upon any subject, the constitutional graht of power most be clearly pointei^oat. ledtp b e 1 no othM pbyrte..' w a e b . itheieforq, a carries i t for beyond the im port o f \flhe vrocds, th93« it were bound to cjqtla— —’ ---- s not used t< I rule a pbrat rerso niuimited. ------------ ,,a andn itw t irass_s ------- till removed, was inseparable. It was a little curious to . opinions of different speakers and writers on this sn 'jsct and to find what diversity of sentiment pre­ vails respecting the true ground of eosgressioiial in- vey a ^ tv e r s o unlim it No m a n ___ to do th is d i s a n obstacle in Umim attempted iw, which, analyze -the different d writers on this wWolianthorlieaConeieolo“ mdk, a ^ n e o d f u l ^ ,, pqgvilxtjpga rvspvqtw;} the terri- 4- ^ -xt. _ property 1>«longing to the-UaitoA 3. The right to admit new states. 4. The light to Sell the pnbUo lands. 5. The right of ownership. 6. The right or duty of settlement. 7. The right of sovereignty. A t 3 o’olook Mr. Cass gave way to a motion to go into Executive business ; and after a brief Exeentire Session, and the transaouon of some routine business, adjourned. HOUSE OP REPilESENTATiVES. thepnbl , in his possession, of a design last summer to fit military expedition in the United States to in­ terest, to comma] , of a design la st ihe U n ite d _____ _____ I communicate copies of ir Rondolpb, and other td a llo o -------- ’ Government with the C with tha Round Isfondeu Objected to. After some squabbling abont the keeper, the Speaker said there were several messages on the table. The first one related to the action of the government in the search of S ir John Frankfin’s expedition, and submitting the propriety of an ap- ■ propriation to farther the object. The next message was in relation to Oolifomia, as follows: W ashington , Jan. 21, 1850. To Ihf. Houseof Representatives o f tM United States^ J transmit to the Hot iwcr to the resolntion i 2lst e f Peoembew l a s t , __ ________ „ Heads of Departments, wffioh’ contain all the oSoial information in the pimession of the ezeentive, asked for by the resolution; On coming into office, I found the military com­ mandant of the department of Galifomia exercising the fanotions ofoivll governor in that torritory ; and, left as I was to aot under the treaty of Gandalnpe Hidalgo, without the aid of any legislative provision establishing a government in that territory, I thought it best not to disturb the arrangements made under ni'y predecessor, a n til Congress should take some ac­ tion on that subject.' I therefore did not interfere with the powers of the m ilita^ commandant, who continues to exercise the functions of civil governor, as before ; bat I made no sneb appointment, confer­ red no such authority, and have kllowed increased compensation to tbe commandant for his services. W ith a view to the faithful exeontion of the treaty, 60 far as laid in the power of the Executive, and to enable Congress to act a t the present session with as full knowledge and as little difficulty as possible on all matters of ^interest in these territories, 1 sent the Hon. Thomae Butler King as Bearer of despatches to Califomia,and certain officers to CaliforniaandNew Mexico, whose duties are particularly defined in the accompanying letters of instruction, addressed to them severally by the proper departments. I did not hesitate to express to the people of those territories my desire that each territory should, if prepared to comply with the requisitions of the constitution of the U. S., form a plan of a State Constitution, and sub­ mit the same to Congress, with a prayer for admis­ sion into tbe Union, as a state, but I did not antici­ pate, suggest or authorize, the establishment of any such government without the assent of Congress; nor jue with at does not acknowledge the dffiTerence between the right of nniimited legislation over distant regions, where there is no representation, and the right to or- — ---- srnments, leaving to the people to be af- aem to regulate their own concerns in their own way. The one might be necessary and defensi­ ble, bat tbe other, no oircumstanoes could justify reeoneilo its exeroUe wkh the great principles of 1 man freedom. Ho wag awaro that for poculi reaions. Congress had tlie eicluBive legislative con­ trol over the scat of the federal government, but tbe community of feeling and interest occasioned by resi­ dence, personal interoommunioation, and so forth, 'hioh tempered the despotism of the measure, could _ever apply in the ease of a remote colony. This right also was one of the undoubted terms of the con­ stitution. The principle involved in this controversy was tbe inseparable connection between the legislation and representation. W hat necessity was there for its vi­ olation a t the present time 1 Were not the people of tbe territories competent to manage their own inter­ nal affairs 1 They were our own people, with habits, views, intelligence—all that constitutes any of the provisions of the proposed constitution. On the contrary, the instructions given by my orders were, that all measures of domestic policy most origi­ nate solely With themselves ; that while theExeeutive was desirous to protect and defend them in the forma­ tion of any. government republican in its charaoter, to be a t the proper time submitted to Congress, y et it was to be distinctly understood that the plan of such a government must a t the same time be the result o' their own deliberate ehoioe, and originate with them selves, without the interference of th? Executive. ! am unable to give any information as to laws passet by any supposed government in California, or of any census taken in either of the territories mentioned in the resolution, as 1 have no information on these sub­ jects already stated. I have not disturbed the arrangements which 1 found had existed under my predecessor, in advising an early application by the people of the territories lor admission as a state. 1 waa a ctuated principally by an earnest desire to afford to tbe wisd triotism of Congress the opportunity of a gry dissensions among tbe people of the Un Under the oonstitution, every state has t _ establishing an^ from time to time altering its mnni cipal laws and domestic institutions, independently of every other state and of tbe general government, subject only to the propositions a nd guarantees ex nressly set forth in the constitution of the United States. I he sulijects thus left exclusively to the represen­ tative states were not designed or expected to become topics of national agitation ; still, os under tbe con­ stitution Congress has power to make all needful rules and regulations respeoting the territories of the United S tates, every new acquisition of territories has led to discussions of the question whether the system of involuntary servitude, which prevails in many of the statefshould or should not be prohibited in that territory. The periods of excitement from this cause, which have heretofore oconrred, have been jly passed, b ut during the interval, of whatever gth, that may elapse before fbe admission of the territories, ceded by Mexico, jM states, it appears probable that similar exoitemonts will prevail to an undue extent. Uuder these oirqumstanoes, 1 tbqugbt, aed still think, that i t was my duty to endeavor to pnt it in the pov a ef Congress, by the admission of California and New M c 'l'— *“ •*•«*»■ oil opqsrion for the unneee, maintained. A v astnn nber were known to b mid always exereise . istly. W h a t a practUal commentary was that oonstitnlion upon the doubt which they had heard expressed iu this Hail and, elsewhere, respecting tbe intelligenoe of those remote territories, and the necessity of restraining hefo by Congressional legislation. He knew of no lonqtitation in this broad Union, where the princi- I do ccaftHdpOUshedlog ol I do oteolandjapaned iron. Carolina boos. ■ fijillL y fsrtwi. eupbooidlocks. tkoM e w d ^ ti B G S and bert CSkoBdandpoanilsaira; Vjtbwrtqpolitjr.vlz. car^ ,'p o c k e t I PU.H, • S^fq.uB D U c , Br.U p OU t . B n o C , DnJw, L1, m - Jon 16-r Ar sch Gen Warren, E Thomos- F au . R ttck , Jonlg—Cldseh John A Cook, 8Bdtb,EL: York for Boston. . _ governments for the power of internal legislation ov< B a t the difference waa not a mere apeculative one, nqr one which appeals merely to the feelings of the Ainerican people and their representatives. It enter­ ed deeply into the question under discussion, and tbo constitntional power of Congress to legislate over the territories, and thus presented itself in the very tbnsbbold of tWs inqnfr- ire is no elxuseln important diseoverydn eqpecial attehixon ad it into thenhimney (In minesj intaam tshftfti) ' ^ to oojyert c^xixxmey o r sbkft Into t|li« lost* A s^m U r ^^syp h o n oaa bVemplIyid* t o Id the lowest holds, where disease 3 jgeaez*- sbms, and th e lowest holds, where disease is Iresera* ted in the close berths of the crowded Se»&aA,h* readered as fresh as the upper deekr odation and witbdrawjdof i b© tills as it maV, ona t mere useful andimportant d& 00 T e r y h « i'n w « .U e a , ^ d o for the Mmfort and fiejdfti of civaiaed hum.— ' We see no end to its appUeatioh. Therdhriu)oiuat*- paratus O om esUo BllOa y *. D in n e r , [From Ponch.] From Mrs. Mary A — to Mrs. Eliza B - . O h , my own E liza !—For the first time ih a mar ried life of^nany years—sometimes, peihapa, ssiittle tedious, b u t never decidedly unhappy—Iwrifo toyou- with tears in my e yes; so please excuse blbts. Yon know what a sweet tempered, easily satisfiell6rea.> tore A ----- used to be j the best o f husbaiids; never looked a t a bill tw ice; and content irithoold mutton when convenient, and nothing better for dlnnOT. If he was a little soft, I felt t h a t i t waa a merby tbatlia was not partiouiar, esnecially in the way o f ttfinnet*. But, my love, all thfe is a t a n end! I am i n a foie way to be driven to become a desperate woman, or a cook in my own bouse! Von have'heard, I dare say, of one S oyer—cook, I understand, at one of those odloiu olnbs, whaie.ha spends his time in inventing new dishes, and h u a kitchen, I am told, like a drawing-rooih, trifh a chemical apparatus, and nnlimiteS 'credit a t tho butcher’s. My misery lies a t th a t man’s door. Yon will naturally ask how A ----- came hpme the o ther day. Poor little Maria had the hooping-Mingh, asiS, I had been a t the Zoological Gardensj and idiero' wasn’t mnoh of a dum e r^but quite a s good asmaBy' I have seen A — r thankful for- It was a cold joint with pickles. I noticed A ----- didn’t eat as heartily as usual. In tbe middle o f his dinner he laid down his knife and fork, and inquired u ‘ idn’t t l ' • ■ confused but still confident way, if I knei make PoUau-Fea, or Croquettes. 1 tbo’t ho n ____ crochet-work; bnt it appears he allnded ^ a dish—* 1 said 1 was astonished a t his oondnet, when h e be­ gan and gave me a receipt about c u tting cold beef in- ' to dite, and p a tting it into a stew pan with finely, chopped onions, and bread crumbs, and f r i e d p a ^ e y , and gracious knows w h a t! You may conceive, what I looked like, when he went on about a good d ^ e r being no more expensive than a b a d a n e , if yon taesT that book contains enough to poison the peace df a lf the families that can’t keep a professed cook, and gives receipts for all sorts of nice tffings, and bills of fare for ail sizes of parties, and a ll in a series of let­ ters between Mrs. h -------- and Mrs. B---------- , who I don’t believe existed. Oh, my love, if you wish to be happy in fntnre, don’t let B ----- get hold of this book. 1 hope Soyer is a miserable man, who wrote it, as he onght to be. I remain your u n h a p ^ Wend, it is understood that the people of tbe weeteu of Galifomia have formed a plan of a state con lion, and will soon submit the same to the jndgment of Congress. T his course on their part, though in accordance with, was not adopted exclusively in con­ sequence of any expression of my wishes, inasmuch!; as measures tending to this end bad been promoted! by the officers sent there by my predecessor, a nd were! already in active progress of execution before any- oommonication reached me from California. If_the proposed constitution shall, when submitted to ^ e s s , be found to be in compliance w ith'the re tions of the censtitution of the United States, a a ,»,- nostly recommen'd that it may receive tbe sanction of Congress. The p art of California not inolnded in the proposed state o f that name, is believed to be unin­ habited, except iu a settlement of our countrymen in the vicinity of S a lt Lake. A claim has been advanced by the state of Toims to a very large portion of the most popnloas district of the territory commonly designated by the name of New Mexico, if the people of New Mexico bad formed a plan of state governmoot for that territory, as ceded by the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, and had been admitted by Congress as a state, our con­ stitution would have afforded means of obtaining an ad- jnstment of the question of the boundary with Texas To a judieial demaion a t present, however, no judicial tribunal has the power of deciding th a t qnestiotl; and it remains for Congress to devise some mode for ita adjustment. Meanwhile, I submit to Qoji- gress tbe-questidn, whether i t would be exped|ept before such adjustment, to establish a territqrihi government, which, by including tbe distriolEd claimed, would praotically decide the question tad- versely to the state of T e x a s ; excluding it wouldlde- cide U in her favor, in my o p tion . Such a cotiiiBe would not be expedient, especially a s tbe people jof this territory stiileojoy the benefit of a ^ n rotoetion.of From Mrs. Elizabeth B ----- to Mrs. Mary A ----- My Dearest M a ry: Don’t make yourself uneasy <m my account. A fortnight before I got y o u r letter, I pnrohasecHSoyor’s book, without B ----- ’s knowledge ; studied it, a nd worked from it. B—— has been an altered man ever since. For remember how he nied to dine from hohie—being detained by! basineipi, ms h e said. B a t siudi- J ’ve tried some litjile dinners. Re hasn’t missed a ineal. f t was only yesterday, » return for a shbuider pf mutton a Us F r o e h u ^ e . (which didn’t cost more than sixpenoe to do beyoha what the plaiii roast would have dohe), b e took hie into Madame CrinoUne’s and presented me with a love of a bonnet- 1 want a shsiwl to m a tch it, on4 am going to make an attack to-morrow with ft ‘‘ T ru- ban de Croquettes a P Epigram .” Don’t Rerfini^t- dned a t the name. It isn*t n e ar so dilficnlkiia'm ^a as to read, and from the 'receipt, I think wijl p m e irresistable. W h a t a pity it is th a t A ----- feondont the book first. I’d recommend yon to make the best of a badbar- gain, however, and submit to the book,' you that plain dinners .are done fop, aad. Alfot cold mes-te two days rnniuDg will soon be contnaerM .Cpoq groanti tor a separaiSoa—a Yotufl, v«iry laitiiftilly* E liza B—— they ever were before a treaiy of cession. Shomd E d b ^ to e ^ w ^ t^ to T e ^ S e to d f y io r responsible to them—would equally give itjuriidict- tion over every other department of life,- social and' political, in the torritories—over tbe relations of hns- oand and wife, of parent and cbQd, o f ganrdian and ward, as well as over the relations o f master and ser­ vant, and embracing within the ^ h e r e of its opera­ tions the whole circle of human rights,, personal and political—life, liberty a nd property in all their modes of enjoyment. Isay “ the power of Congress over slavery,” for if we have the power to abolish or ex­ clude it, w e have th e p o w « t u reinstate it. If any one doubted this poeitivn, let him turn to the oonsti tatitm a n d show, the limlWfion. Before h e eoufd be­ lieve tba^'such a j ^ w ^ was g ranted, so remote from theojueet ofthe.go'Vifriimefit, which the'fram er* of the ooitttUiiB^oii conghllto estabUiIi, he m n i t abaudon sfohy p l theillBWoh* Be h ad phtrishedrespecting the stMtoevaea Who 'composed the conven- TR<*q W m 6 vfoidu* d a u sH of Hie e o m titq tm , and atiana other tohrOris, f o reIn 3nd domestic, wbeni ^ ip ffforfp^eqto^pow e F fouad-q^^ the stitnlions, contrary to the wishes of her people, and even compel her temporarily to comply with it, yet the state conld change her oonstiturion at any time after her admiSHon, when to her it should seem ex|p- *^lt fo to be expected that any attempt to deny the S l V w h t o h ^ ^ f o i l y afeefo t h e S w ^ ' ^ m i ■atlon o f Independence, they mUcenainly b t id in their resistanw M?.7ohir6’c S u f ^ My BBl. Bryan G a r r iy HifonBoik \ l i H S i i s Sum or the total, III 10 lb . lemoraatp r e s v y l h ultimo. It treatoi

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