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Title: St. Nicholas
Uniform Title: St. Nicholas (New York, N.Y.)
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Physical Description: 68 v. : ill. ; 25-30 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
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Place of Publication: New York
Publication Date: -c1943
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 67, no. 4 (Feb. 1940) ; v. 70, no. 1 (Mar. 1943)-v. 70, no. 4 (June 1943).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with: Vol. 1, no. 1, Nov. 1873.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Mar. 1940-Feb. 1943; vols. 68-69 omitted.
Issuing Body: Published by: Century, Aug. 1881- ; by Educational Pub. Corp. -1940; by St. Nicholas Magazine, 1943.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 2, no. 12 (Oct. 1875); title from cover.
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THE BABY'S SUNNY CORNER.

PRAWN BY MARY HALLOCK FOOTE.







.NICHOLAS:


ILLUSTRATED


MAGAZINE


YOUNG FOLKS.


CONDUCTED BY


MAPES


DODGE.


VOLUME XVI.
PART II., MAY, 1889, TO OCTOBER, 1889.




THE CENTURY CO. NEW YORK.
T. FISHER UNWIN, LONDON.


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Copyright, x889, by THE CENTURY Co.


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NICHOLAS:


XV'.


VOLUME


PART II.


Six MONTHS-MAY, 1889, TO OCTOBER, 1889.


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CONTENTS OF PART II. VOLUME XVI.



PAGE
"A FAIRY'S BROKEN WING." Verse. (Illustrated by Laura C. Hills)...... Cornelia P. Stone .......... 868
ABOUT A SKILLED CHINESE YOUTH. Verses. (Illustrated and engrossed by
the Author) ........................ ...................... arles Howard Johnson.. 935
ABOUT TED RUSSELL. (Illustrated by W. A. Rogers) .....................Eleanor Putnam .......... 906
ALMOST A TRAGEDY. (Illustrated by A. B. Davies) ........................Celia Thaxter............. 890
ALPHABETICAL WOOING, AN. Verse. (Illustrated and engrossed by Jessie
McDermott)................................. ..................... Margaret Johnsn ......... 888
AMONG DOGS OF HIGH DEGREE. (Illustrated)...... .................... Noah Brooks .............. 883
AMONG THE FLORIDA KEYS. (Illustrated by Meredith Nugent)............ Charles Frederick Holder... 674
777, 844, 927
APRIL. Jingle. (Illustrated and engrossed by the Author).................. Jessie McDermott......... 501
ARTIST'S DAUGHTER, THE. Picture, drawn by A. Brenon ............................................ 768
ARTIST'S GLIMPSE OF NORTHERN ARIZONA, AN. (Illustrated by the Author). F. S. Dellenbaugh ......... 854
AUGUST DAY AT THE SEA-SHORE, AN. Picture, drawn by A. B. Davies ............................... 786
AWFUL THING THAT TILLY ANN DID, THE. (Illustrated by C. T. Hill)... .ArloBates&'EleanorPutnam 594
BEATRICE: A LITTLE FLORENTINE LADY. (Illustrated from photographs).. .Eleanor C. Lewis.......... 813
BELLS OF STE. ANNE, THE. (Illustrated by Henry Sandham). ............. Mary Harlwell Catherwood.. 492
" BINGO WAS His NAME" ............................................Annie Howells Frlchette .... 613
BIT OF COLOR, A. (Illustrated by C. T. Hill) ............................Sarah Orne Jewett...:. 514, 572
BOATS, A PAGE OF. Pictures, drawn by H. L. Bridwell................................................... 951
BREAD AND JAM. (Illustrated by the Author) ............................. Henry Bacon........ .... 620
BRIDGMAN, THE STORY OF LAURA. (Illustrated)......................... Joseph Jastrow ....... .... 746
BROWNIES' GARDEN, THE. Verses. (Illustrated by the Author) ........... Palmer Cox ............... 546
BUBBLYJOCK, THE. Verses. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch).................. Emma Smuller Carter...... 873
BUNNY STORIES, THE. (Illustrated by Culmer Barnes) .....................John H. Jewett............ 704
787, 869, 946
"CALICO FOR WORKING DAYS." Jingle. (Illustrated by the Author) ....... C. McCormack Rogers .... 790
CAPTAIN DUCK. (Illustrated by W. A. Rogers) ........................... Joaquin Miller............ 753
CHALLENGE, THE. Pictures, drawn by Dorothy Tennant.... ......................................... 6oo
CHARLIE AND THE HEN. (Illustrated by W. Taber) ....................... Sylvia A. Moss............ 630
CLIMBING THE PIERCED ROCK. (Illustrated by H. Sandham and T. Moran) .Ripley Hitchcock........... 581
CLOSE CORPORATION, A.................................................Ruth Putnam ........... 954
CREATURE WITH No CLAWS, THE. (Illustrated by E. W. Kemble) ........Joel Chandler Harris....... 887
"CUFF," THE ORPHAN BEAR-CUB. (Illustrated by W. M. Cary) ............. George A. Martin.......... 538
DADDY JAKE, THE RUNAWAY. (Illustrated by E. W. Kemble)..............Joel Chandler Harris....... 485
DANCE OF THE DAISIES, THE. Poem. (Illustrated).......................Sarah M. B. Piatt ........ 731
DANCING LESSON, ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO, A. Picture, drawn by F. H. .............. 51
L ungren .......................................... ... ... .. ...
DAY AMONG THE BLACKBERRIES, A. (Illustrated) ........................ Fannie W. Marshall ....... 820
DAYS OF THE DAISIES, THE. Poem. (Illustrated) ........................Helen Thayer Hutcheson.... 569
DEER-HUNTS IN THE ADIRONDACKS, MY. (Illustrated by H. Sandham)..... Treadwell Walden ........ 806
DISCOVERED. Poem ................... .................................. Helen Thayer Hutcheson ... 723
DOGS OF NOTED AMERICANS. (Illustrated from photographs) ............ Gertrude Van R. Wickham.. 541
DOLL ON MOUNT ETNA, A. (Illustrated by T. Moran and C. T. Hill)....... E. Cavazza .............. 894
DOOMED! Picture, drawn by Albert E. Sterner ............... ........ ................... ...... 673
DORA MILLER'S WONDER BALL. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake)............. Lucy Lincoln Montgomery .. 922
DRAGON'S STORY, THE. (Illustrated by Oliver Herford) ................... Tudor Jenks ............. 816
EIGHT-DAY CLOCKS. Verses ........................................... Joel Stacy ............... 668







VI CONTENTS.
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ESCAPING A SHOWER. Verse............................. ......... .Malcolm Douglas ......... 731
FAIRY MIRRORS. Poem ................................................ William H. Hayne........ 604
FERN-SEED. Poem ........ ......................... .. ............ Harriet Prescott Spoford.... 856
FIRST AMERICANS, THE. (Illustrated by the Author) ................ ..... F. S. Dellenbaugh......... 935
FIRST ROSE OF SUMMER, THE. Verse. (Illustrated by the Author) ....... Oliver Herford............ 629
FISHING IN THE SEINE. Verses. (Illustrated by the Author) ............ Adeline Valentine Pond .... 696
FIVE CENTS' WORTH OF FUN. Picture, drawn by Culmer Barnes..................................... 709
FLOWER LADIES.......................... ....... ..... ............. Elizabeth Bisland.......... 794
FLOWER, THE STORY OF THE. Poem .................................. Harriet Prescott Spoford.... 752
FRIGHTENED FISHERMAN, THE. Jingle. (Illustrated by the Author)........ J. G. Francis.............. 523
GOBLIN STORM, THE: A Legend of Bigstoria. (Illustrated)................ Benjamin Webster.......... 608
GOOD-MORNING AND GOOD-NIGHT. Verses ............................... Rose Evangeline Angel ..... 631
GRANDPAPA'S COAT. (Illustrated by G. W. Edwards and F. H. Lungren).... Alice Maude Ewell ........ 643
GREAT PROCESSION, THE. Poem ......................... ........ ......... Harriet Prescott Spoford.... 906
GUN AT NEW YORK HARBOR, A BIG. Picture, from a photograph by Rob- 867
ert L. Bracklow ............ ..... .. ........ .. .................. .. ............. ........
HAPPY CLOVERS, THE. Poem. (Illustrated by A. B. Davies) ..............Helen Gray Cone .......... 593
HELEN KELLER. (Illustrated from photographs) .........................Florence Howe Hall ........ 834
HEMLOCK-PEELERS, THE.......................... .................... Ernest Ingersoll. .......... 590
HIDDEN HOMES. (Illustrated by the Author) .............. .............. .Anna Botsford Comstock .... 605
HIS MAJESTY THE KING. Verses ....................................... N. P. Babcock............. 537
How A BATTLE IS SKETCHED. (Illustrated by the Author)................ Theodore R. Davis ......... 661
How DID THEY COME THERE? (Illustrated)....................... ..... Anne Bigelow Day......... 634
How I SAW OLD CAROLUS." (Illustrated by the Author)................. George Wharton Edwards... 563
How JOHNNY-JUMP-UP TURNED INTO A PANSY. Jingle ...................Jessie M. Anderson ........ 555
How MATTIE WENT TO A MEETING, AND WHAT CAME OF IT. (Illus- Mary ,. Hawkins........698
treated by A. B. Davies) .............................. ..............
How POLLY AND PETER KEEP HOUSE. Verses ................... .. .Dora Read Goodale ......... 673
HUM-UM-UM. Verses.......................... ........... .............. .Margaret Eytinge.......... 551
IN THE BLOOM OF MAY. Picture, drawn by Rose Mueller Sprague................................... 527
IN THE HAY-LOFT. Poem............................................. Helen Thayer Hutcheson.... 484
INTO THE OCTOBER WOODS. Picture, drawn by F. H. Lungren ..................................... 893
INVITATION, AN. Verse. (Illustrated by Albertine Randall Wheelan)........ Tudor Jenks .............. 756
JAPAN, THE CHILD OF MODERN. (Illustrated from a photograph) .......... Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore... 670
JINGLES............................... ...... ..... ............. 501, 523, 555, 695, 715, 731, 79 868, 935
JOURNEY, THE. Verses. (Illustrated by Laura C. Hills) .................... Frank Tooker ........... 920
KELLER, HELEN (Illustrated from photographs) ............................Florence Howe Hall........ 834
KING'S DUST, THE. Poem ............ ................ ..............Harriet Prescott Spoford .... 585
LAETITIA AND THE REDCOATS. (Illustrated by C. T. Hill) ................. Lillian L. Price ........... 687
LAMB THAT COULD N'T KEEP UP, THE. (Illustrated by the Author)........Mary Hallock Foote........ 803
"LAND OF NOD" ON A PLANTATION, THE .............................. Octave Thanet............ 529
LA TOUR D'AUVERGNE. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) ......................M. C. Harrison ......... 533
LAWN PARTY, A. Picture, drawn by F. H. Lungren ........................... ........ ..... ... 843
LITTLE FLORENTINE LADY, A. (Illustrated from photographs) ............ Eleanor C. Lewis .......... 813
LITTLE MENAN LIGHT.. (Illustrated by the Author) ..................... George Wharton Edwards... 724
LITTLE PERSIAN PRINCESS, THE. (Illustrated by A. Brenon)............. .Mary E. Wilkins.......... 757
LITTLE PINE-TREE, THE. Poem .. .................. ......... Eudora S. 'Bumstead ..... 510
LITTLE TO-BO. (Illustrated) ........................ ..... ....... .. .Rossiter Johnson........... 602
LITTLE YOUNG MAN IN GOLD, THE. Verses. (Illustrated by C. T. Hill) .S. Isadore Miner .......... 629
LOST OPPORTUNITY, A. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch)...................... Tudor Jenks.............. 502
LoUIS THE RESOLUTE. (Illustrated by H. A. Ogden and from photographs). .Harriet Taylor Upton ..... 653
LOVE. Poem .......................... ............. .................Harriet Prescott Spofford.... 690
MAKE-BELIEVE ............................................ ..... ...... Elizabeth Robins Pennell ... 901
MAKING OF A GREAT STEEL GUN, THE. (Illustrated by J. W. Beatty) .....G. F. Muller.............. 913
MAMMY'S STORY. Verses ................. ............................. Susan Archer Weiss ........ 581
MATTER OF TASTE, A. Verses............ ...... .................. Esther B. Tiffany.......... 692
MAY SONG, A. Poem. (Illustrated by A. B. Davies) ......................... Anna M. Pratt........... 528






CONTENTS. VII
PAGE
ME AND BRUNO. Picture, drawn by A. Brenon............................................... 545
MERMAIDS AND THEIR PETS. Picture, drawn by Mildred Howells.................................. 716
MIDSUMMER PIRATES. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake) .................. ..Richard H. Davis ........ 737
MODERN HARBOR DEFENSES. (Illustrated) ................. ............Lieut. W. R. Hamilton..... 863
MOTHER GOOSE SONNETS. (Illustrated by F. G. Attwood) ................ .Harriet S. Morgridge ... 852, 944
MOTHER HUBBARD IN JAPANESE PICTURES............................ .. .......................... 549
MUTINY ON A GOLD-SHIP, A. (Illustrated by John Steeple Davis) ......... Frances Stoughton Bailey ... 762
MY DEER-HUNTS IN THE ADIRONDACKS. (Illustrated by H. Sandham)...... Treadwell Walden......... 806
MY DOG.' (Illustrated by C. T. Hill) ..................................... William Dudley "Foulke..... 938
MY PETRIFIED BIRD'S-NEST. (Illustrated from a photograph) .............. Harlan H. Ballard ........ 627
NAN'S CRITICISM. Verses .............................................. Cornelia Atwood Pratt...... 610
NARROW ESCAPE, A. (Illustrated by W. H. Drake) ....... ............... Myra Goodwin Plantz ...... 693
NATIONAL FLOWER, THE. Poem...........................................Lucy Larcom.......... ...868
NECKLACE, THE VALUE OF AN EGYPTIAN GIRL'S GOLD. (Illustrated)...... Charles S. Robinson..... .. 732
NELL'S FAIRY-TALE. Poem. (Illustrated by the Author) .................... Oliver Heiford ............ 791
NOT A FAIR GAME. (Illustrated) ...........:... ........................ Charles Barnard........... 691
NOT A LIVELY BOOK. Picture, drawn by Mary Hallock Foote ....................................... 580
NO-WHEN AND NO-WHERE. Poem....................................... Helen Thayer Hutcheson.... 484
OLD QUARREL, AN. (Illustrated by Katharine Pyle) ....... ........... ..Frances Courtenay Baylor... 512
ON APPLEDORE. Verses. (Illustrated by C. D. Gibson) ................... Willis Boyd Allen ......... 889
ON THE FARM. Verses. (Illustrated by A. R. Wheelan)................... Francis Randall........... 686
"ON THE ROAD TO LONDON TOWN." Jingle. (Illustrated by the Author). .A. Brenon ................ 695
PAGE OF BOATS, A. Pictures, drawn by H. L. Bridwell................ ........................... 951
PETRIFIED BIRD'S-NEST, MY. (Illustrated from a photograph) .............Harlan H. Ballard ........ 627
PHOTOGRAPHY, SOME APPLICATIONS OF AMATEUR. (Illustrated from photo- Harlan H Ballard .......617
graph s....................................................... ....
PICTURES. Drawn by A. Brenon ............................... .524, 545, 612, 622, 669, 695, 768, 793, 926
PICTURES. 511, 524, 527, 545, 549, 553, 555, 558, 580, 6oo, 612, 622, 669, 673, 709, 711, 716, 768, 786, 793, 795,
823, 833, 843, 867, 875, 893, 904, 919, 926, 951, 953
PORTRAIT, A. Verse ........................ ........................ Mary E. Wilkins......... 745
QUEER PET, A. (Illustrated from pictures by the Author) .................. .E. H. Barbour ........... 525
RAIN-HARP, THE. Poem ............................... ............... Frank Dempster Sherman... 736
REDBREAST'S RIDE. Verses. (Illustrated by George Wharton Edwards) .... Esther B. Tiffany ......... 500
RIPE SCHOLAR, A. (Illustrated by the Author) ........................... William Ludwell Shefpard.. 623
ROAD-RUNNER, THE. (Illustrated). ... ........ .... .................. C. C. Haskins. ........... 766
SAD REASON FOR TEARS, A. Verses ................... ... ........... Eudora S. Bumstead ....... 491
SEASIDE FLOWERS. Poem. (Illustrated) .......... ..... .............. Celia Thaxter.............. 588
SHAG BACK PANTHER, THE. (Illustrated by C. T. Hill) ................... Rowland E. Robinson....... 769
SKETCHES AT THE DOG SHOW. Picture, drawn by J. Stuart Travis .................................. 711
SMALL AND EARLY. Verses. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch)................ Tudor Jenks. .............. 684
SOAP-BUBBLES. (Illustrated from a photograph) ........................... .Thomas W. Chittenden ..... 714
SOAP-BUBBLES. Jingle ....................... ............ ....... ... ... M ................ 715
" SOFT STEP, THE. Pictures, drawn by E. W Kemble ...................... ........................ 919
SOLDIERS' BURIAL GROUND, THE. Poem.................... ......... .Helen Thayer Hutcheson.... 484
SOLDIER'S RETURN, THE. Picture, drawn by F. H. Lungren ........................ .............. .. 823
SOME APPLICATIONS OF AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHY. (Illustrated from photo- Harlan H Ballard...... 617
graphs) ...................................... ....................
SONG OF THE CAGED CANARY, THE. Poem .............................. Helen Thayer Hutcheson ... 483
SOUTH WIND, THE. Poem.............. ......................... Charles B. Going .......... 819
SPRINT-RUNNER, THE. Verses .................. .................. Joel Stacy .............. .. 532
STANLEY'S MAGIC BOOK........ ..................... ... .............. David Ker ........ .. ... 611
STORY OF LAURA BRIDGMAN, THE. (Illustrated) ......... ............. Joseph Jastrow............ 746
STORY OF THE FLOWER, THE. Poem .................................. Harriet Prescott Spoford .... 752
STORY OF TURK, THE. (Illustrated by James C. Beard and others.) ........F. H. Troop ............. 857
STRANGE NIGHT-WATCHMAN, A..... .. ....... ....................... ..David Ker ..... ........ 850
SUMMER HOLIDAY THOUGHTS. Poem............................. Charles B. Going.......... 786
SWEET PEAS. Verses. (Illustrated by Oliver Herford).....................Mildred Howells ......... 776






VIII CONTENTS.
PAGE
TEDDY AND THE WOLF........ ............ ....... ..: ....... ...Tudor Jeks........ :. ..;. 586.
TEDDY O'ROURKE Verses ................... ............... ..; ... alcolm. Douglas ........905
TEN LITTLE MONKEYS. Jingle. (Illustrated by the Author) ........ .. ... Charles Howard Johnson, 555
THEY HAVE COSTUMES, BUT NO PARTS. Picture, drawn by Rose Mueller ; .
Sprague ...... ...... ........... ............. ....... ....... ... 904
THREE BLIND MICE. Picture, drawn by Frank Drake..........:........ .. ....... ..... .. .. ..: 558 -
THREE LITTLE ASTROLOGERS. Verses.. (Illustrated by the Author)......A. .A Blasihfield.... ...... 554
TURK, THE STORY OF. (Illustrated by James C. .Beard and others)........... F. H. Throop.. .............: 857
VALUE OF AN EGYPTIAN GIRL'S GOLD NECKLACE, THE. (Illustrated) ..... C'ar; S. R.ob:ns...\ ....... 732
VERY CONCEITED LITTLE MAN, A. Verses. (Illustrated by R. B. Birch) .. .VaA'.'..: Douglas .... .... 590
WATER-LILIES. Picture, drawn by A. B. Davies ................................. ... .... ....... .... 795
WEE WORLD OF -MY OWN, A. Poem. (Illustrated) .... ................ .h',' T,.; ,r Hutcheson. .. 5,71
WE SAIL THE OCEAN BLUE." Picture, drawn by A. B. Davies .......................... I........... 833
'HrERL SALMON ARE PLENTIFUL.. (Illustrated from. a photograph) ........ .Julian Ralph...... ...... 942
SW. JENKS'S EXPRESS. (Illustrated by C. D. Gibson).. ..................... Tomas.A. Janvier .. .. 824
YOSHI HITO, HARU NO MIVA, THE CHILD OF MODERN JAPAN. (Illustrated S.. 67
from a photograph) .. .............. .................... ........... 670

FRONTISPIECES.

"The Baby's Sunny Corner," by Mary Hallock. Foote, facing Title-page of Volume-"The Fit t H.:,iijda ,of
the Summer," by A. B. Davies, facing page 563 -"Off We Set in the Great Coach," by G. W. Edwards, facing,
page 643--"The First Ride," by Mary Hallock Foote, facing page 723 It Took No Not;ce of All the Clhil.ren's
Care," by Mary Hallock Foote, facing.page 8o3-="The Hounds fi the Count de Barral," after the picture by L.
G. Jadin, facing page 883.

S PLAYS AND MUSIC. DEPARTMENTS.
S Hbusekeeping Songs. (Illustrated by Miss L. B. Humphrey)' ..- .: M y i. Jaces '
Nlu ic by T,;c-rt sa C. Holmnes
S.. Song of Sifting..... ................... ................... .......... ...................... 559
JACK-IN-THE-PULPIT. (Illustrated.)
SIntroduction-When the Apple Blossoms Stir-A Very Knowing P.:ibe Bird --A Wise Reply- South
SAmerican Indians A Hanging Matter- Who Knows ? Spring Lassitude (picture), 552; Introduction -
Talking Dolls -The Russian Alphabet -A "Nine" Year Again-- Those Ice-tanks --" Pansies are for
Thoughts "- The AEsthetic Wasps (illustrated), 632.
FROM OUR SCRAP-BOOK. (Illustrated.)
How Rockets. Are Made...................... .......... ...........Lieut..W R. Hamilton ..... 712
Pussy in the Witness-box.................... .......... ........ Thomas W. Chittenden ..... 72
W 6n By a Bird ................ .. .......... ...... .............. .Se cte .. ........ ....... 713
: Cornish Lullaby ................ ........ ... ...Selected ..... .... .. .. .... 792
A Ducl Home for the Blind.......................... .........Ella A, ... .. .792
An Athletic Spelling Lesson ............................ Selected ... 793
A Scrap of Sunshine. Picture, drawn by A. L. Brenon.. ................: .........793
Water Life and How to See It......................... ... .....Julian Ralph........... 874
The Truthful Fisherman ......... ...... ......... ...... .......... enry Tyrrell.... .. .. 875
The Sportsman and the Alligator. Picture, drawn by E. W. Kemble ............. .. ........... 875
Electricity for Snakes ...... ..................... ..Selected ..... ... 952
Minute Screws .......... .............. .... ... .............Selected............. 952
S and-drifts ; .... S elected .......:...... ... 952
Sand-drifts....................................................... ..Selected ........ .. .. .. 952
A Country Coroner's Verdict. ...... .... ................ ..... Selected 952
Quick and Strong......................... ...................... Selected'...' 952
A Story That Tells Itself. Pictures, drawn by E. de v. Vermort ........ ...... .... .... 953
FOR VERY LITTLE FOLK.
Tiger. (Illustrated by Louis Ritter) ..... ............................ Elizabeth F. Parker...... ... 71
THE LETTER-BOX. (Illustrated) .......... ........ ........ ..... ... .. ..... 56, 636. 717, 796, 876, 956
THE RIDDLE-BOX. (Illustrated) ...........................559 639, 9, 99, 879959
i- 7 ... .. ... .. ... .. ....;''- ':, .;..... 5 9 639,7 9 .7.99, 879i459




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