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TO PATRONS AND CORRESPONDENTS. We are happy to present the sixty-ninth number of our familiar annual, and to state that no pains have been spared to make it equal with its predecessors, and in every respect up to the times.

Acknowledgments are due to many parties who have rendered essential service in the preparation of the present number. Communications, answers to problems, etc., have been received from S.W.R., Lexington, Ms.; J.A.R., Simsbury, Ct. ; W.H.M. Fitchburg, Ms. ; C. E, B., Great Barrington, Ms. ; J. W. R., Stoughton, Ms.; C. N II., Graston, Ms. ; B.F., North Castine, Me. ; H.C., Newton Lower Falls, Ms. ; CA M., East Freetown, Ms.

A list of State and County Agricultural Societies in New England is given on p. 45 It is desirable to give, also, a full list of the Farmers' Clubs, and information is requested in regard to these.

With this geceral request, and the statement that all communications should be directed to the care of the publishers, and sent previous to the 1st of July, in each year, we have only to add, " that no efforts shall be spared to make the Almanack useful, pleasing, and worthy the continued patronage of its numerous friends.

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EXHIBITIONS OF AGRICULTURAL SOCIETIES IN MASS.

Tux Agricultural Societies are required by law to commence their Annual Exhibitious on the days following:

The “Middlesex North,” and “High- The “Berkshire," "Worcester,” and land," on the last Thurs. but two in Sept.“ Bristol," on the first Tuesday of Oct.

The “Middlesex South.” “ llampden The “ Ilampshire Hampden and FrankEast,” and “lloosac Valley," on the last lin," “Worcester South,” and “ PlymTuesday but one of Sept.

outh," on the first Thursday of OctoThe “Middlesex,” and “Ilamp len,” ber. on the last Thursday but one of Sept. The “Barnstable,” and “ Worcester

The Essex," and "Worcester North," South East," on the second Tuesday of on the last Tuesday of Sept.

Oct. The “Franklin,'

“ Worcester County The “Nantucket," and "Hampshire,” West," and “Norfolk," on the last Thurs- on the second Thursday of Oct. day of Sept.

The “Martha's Vineyard," on the third T'he“ Thousatonic," on the last Wednes. Tuesday of Oct. day oi Sept.

MASSACHUSETTS LAW RELATING TO FARMERS CLUBS. FARMERS' CLUBS, properly organized and holding regular meetings, shall, upon application made annually, in November, to the Secretary of the State Board of Age riculture, receive copies of the Report of said Board, and its other publications, in proportion to the number of their members and applications so made. Clubs reciving such benefits shall annually, in October, make returns to said Secretary of the experiments made by them, and of the reports of their committees.

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MARKET DAYS.
Cattlo Market, at Cambridge, every Wednesday,

. at Brighton,

Thursday. General Market Day, at South Danvers, last Tues, of every month.

O FOR YEARLY AND QUARTERLY MEETINGS OF FRIENDS IN NEW

ECLIPSES OF THE SUN AND MOON FOR 1861. Is this year there will be three eclipses of the Scs and one of the Moox.

I. - An annular Eclipse of the Sun, January "Oth, visible to Australia and the Southern Ocean.

II. - An annular Eclipse of the Sun, July 7th, visible to the south-eastern portion of Asia and Australia. .- A Partial Eclipse of the Moon, December 17th, visible as follows:

Moou enters Penumbra, lh. 2in.
Moon enters Shadow, 2h. 43m. A. M.
Greatest Eclipse,

3h. 34m. Mean time
Moon leaves Shadow, 4h. 25ın. at Boston.
Moon leaves Penumbra, 6h. 6m.

Magnitude of Eclipse=0.185 (Moon's diameter = 1). To find the time of eclipse at any other place, apply the difference of time from Boston, As given below.

IV.- A Total Eclipse of the Sun, Dec. 31st. The line of total eclipse will pass southward of the W. Indies, and through the N. W.corner of Africa. It will be partial, the sun rising partially eclipsed to all that portion of the U. S. east of a line extending through Detroit, Mich., and Austin, Texas, and last two hours at Boston.

There will be an occultation of Mars by the Moon on the evening of May 12th. The immersion of the planet will occur, to the New England States generally, at about 8 o'clock ; - duration of occultation, one hour.

The longitudes of the following places are counted west from Greenwich, while the differences of time refer to Boston. (+) added to, (-) subtracted from, Boston time. Place. V. Lat. W. Lon. Diff.

Place.

N. Lat. IV. Lon. Diff: Augusta, Me....... 440 19,69° 50'+ 5 Boston, Mass.....420 21' 710 3 Eastport, 44 51 68 56 +17 Worcester,

42 16 71 48 3 Bangor, 44 48 68 47 H+ 9 Springfield,“

6 72 36 6 Portland, 43 40169 15 + 3 Pittsfield,

42 27 73 16 9 Brunswick," 43 53 69 55+ 5 Ilartford, Conn. 41 46 72 41 Concord, N. H.. 43 12 71 292 New Haven, “ 41 18 72 55 Dover,

43 13 70 5+ + 1 Newport, R. I. 41 29 71 18 Montpelier, Vt.. ..... 44 17 72 366New York, N.Y. 40 43 74 0 12

NAMES AND CIIARACTERS OF TIIE PLANETS.
OO The Sun.

Mars.
h Saturn.

Vesta. (The Moon.

Jupiter.
H Uranus.

Juno
Mercury.

The Earth.

Neptune.

Pallas.
Venus.

Ceres.
NAMES AND CHARACTERS OF THE ASPECTS.
o Conjunction, or in the same degree. Opposition, or 180 degrees.
* Sextile, 60 degrees.

Dragon's Ilead, or Ascending Node. o Quartile, 90 degrees.

Dragon's Tail, or Descending Node. Trine, 120 degrees.

NAMES AND CHARACTERS OF THE SIGNS OF THE ZODIAC. 1 p Aries, head. 5 Leo, heart.

9 1 Sagittarius, thighs. 28 Taurus, neck. 6 TR Virgo, belly.

10 V Capricornus, knees. 3 D Gemini, arms. 7 Libra, reins.

11. Aquarius, legs. 4 Cancer, breast. 8 m Scorpio, secrets. 12 # Pisces, feet.

CIIRONOLOGICAL CYCLES FOR 1861.
Golden Number, 19 | Dominical Letter, F Roman Indiction,
Cycle of the Sun, 22 | Epact,

18 Julian Period, 6574
MOVABLE FEASTS AND FASTS FOR 1861.
Beptuagesima Sunday, Jan. 27 Good Friday, Mar. 29 Holy Thursday: May
Shrove Sunday,
Feb. 10 EASTER SUNDAY, 31

Whit Sunday,

19 Ash Wednesday,

+ 13 Low Sunday, April 7 Trinity Sunday, 28 First Sunday in Lent. 17 | Rogation Sunday, May 5) Advent Sunday, Díc.

IIINTS AND IIOME QUESTIONS FOR 1861. I suppose you know it is better to wear out than to rust out ; hard work kills less than ten where idleness kills a hundred.- Don't stop to bother a busy man ; his time may be worth something if yours is not. Have you a just and sensitive appreciation of time! You can read much through the winter season, and if you reail judiciously selected books, and think over carefully every subject treated in them, it will not be time lost. A farmer ought to know everything. - He that bor. rows binds himself with his neighbor's rope. The Chinese have a saying that every gray hair bas a well of wisdom at its root. - What should you do il, suddenly awakened in the night, you found your house on fire ! llow would you act if. in the neighborhood of a stream, you were told a person had just been apparently drowned? The above questions are worth considering, for you may soon be called upon to answer them, and promptly too. What kind of an example do you see?

COMMENCEMENTS, ANNIVERSARIES, AND VACATIONS, OF COLLEGES AND TIIEOLOGICAL SCHOOLS, IN NEW ENGLAND. ILARVARD, AT CAMBRIDGE, Mass.-Com., com. ; 4w. from the Thurs, before Christ3d Wed. July. Vaca., Ist, from end of first mas. kru, 6 w. ; 21, frym end of second term WESLKYAN, AT MIDDLETOWN, Cosx. (commencement week), 6 w.; the academic Com., 4th Wed. in June. Vaca., 4 w. from cal year being divided into two terms of com. ; 8 w. from Dec. 1 ; 2 w. from May 4. 20 weeks each, aud beginning at com. UNIVERSITY OF VERMONT, AT BERLING

CAMBRIDGE THEO. SK., AT CAMBRIDGE, TON.-Com., 1st Wed. in Aug. Vaca., com. Mass. – Vaca., same as Harvard College. 4 w.; Ist Wed. in Dec. 8 W., and' 1 w.

TUFTS COLLEGE, MEDFORD, Ms. - Com., from 21 Wed. in May. 2d Wed. in July. Vaca., 1st, from end of MIDDLEBURY, AT MIDDLEBURT, VT.-Ist term, 6 w. ; 2d, from end of 20 term, 61 Com., 2d Wed. in Aug. Vaca., com. 4 w. w. College year divided as at Harvard last Wed. in Nov., 8 W.; 1 w. from 4th College.

Wed. in April. AXUERST, AT AMHERST, Mass. Com., DARTMOUTU, AT HANOVER, N. 11.--Com., 20 Thurs. in Aug. Vaca., 4 w. from cum. ; last Thurs. in July, Vaca., 4 w. from co.. ;) 6 w. from the Wed. before annual Thanks-17 w. beginping in Nov., and 2 sv. In May. giving ; 3 w. from the 3d Wed. in April. BROWN, AT PROVIDENCE, R. I. - Com.,

WILLIAMS, at WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. - 1st Wed. in Sept. Vacc., from 2d Wed. in Com., 1st Wed. in Aug. Vaca., 5 w. after July to com., and from 3d Wed. in Jan. com. í from 4th Tues. in Nov., 6 W.; 3d to 3d Wed. in Feb. Tues. in Apr., 2 w.

BowDOIN, AT BRUNSWICK, ME. - Cum., ANDOVER THEOL. SEM., AT ANDOVER, ist Wed. in Aug. Vaca., at com., & w.; Mass. -- Anniv., 1st Wed. in Sept. Vaca., from last Wed. in Nov., 8 W.; from 3d 7 w., and 5 w. preceding last Wed. in May. Wed. in April, 2 w.

NEWTON THEO. INSTITUTION, AT NEWTON, WATERVILLE, AT WATERFILLE, ME. Mass.-Anniv., last Wed. in June. Vaca., Com., 2d Wed. in Aug. Vaca., at com.. 9 w. from anniv., and also 3 w. from last 4 w.; from 20 Wed. in Dec., 8 w.; from Wed. in January.

1st Wed. in May, 1 w. YALE, AT NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Com., MAINE WESLEYAN SEM, AT READFIELD,

Fall last Thurs. in July. Vaca., 7 w. from com. ; ME.- Two terms, of 15 weeks each. ? w. before 1st Wed. in Jan., and 3 w. term com. Ist Wed. in Aug. Spring terni before 1st Wed. in May, when the terms com. 1st Wed. in March. oommence.

BANGOR THEO. SEM., at BANGOR, ME. TRINITY, AT HARTFORD, Conn. Com, Anniv., last Wed. in July. Vaca., from Thurs. before July 4th. Vac., 9 w. from do., 12 w.

EXECUTIVE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES (JUNE, 1860). JAS. BUCHANAN, Penn., President, $25,000 Howell Cobb, Geo., Sec. Trea., $8,000 Lewis Cass, Mich., Sec. State, 8,000 Jacob Thompson, Miss.,

“ Inter., 8,000 Isaac Toucey, Conn., Navy, 8,000 Joseph Holt,

Post. Gen., 8,000 John B. Floyd,

War,

8,000 Jer. S. Black, Penn., Atl'y 8,000 AMERICAN PRESIDENTS.

Age when Where Born. Date of Birth. Term of Office. term expired. Died. Geo. Washington,

Feb. 22, 1732, 1789 to 1797, 66, Dec. 14, 1799 John Adams, Mass., Oct. 19, 1735, 1797 to 1801,

July 4, 1826 Thomas Jefferson, Apr. 2, 1743, 1801 to 1809,

do., July 4, 1826 James Madison, Mar. 5, 1751, 1809 to 1817,

June 28, 1836 James Monroe,

Apr. 2, 1759, 1817 to 18:25, do. July 4, 1831 John Q. Adams, Mass., July 11, 1767, 1825 to 1829, 62,

Feb. 23, 1848 Andrew Jackson, 8. C., Mar. 15, 1767, 1829 to 1837, 70, June 8, 1845 Martin Van Buren, N. Y., Dec. 5, 1782,

1837 to 1841,

59. Wm. H. Harrison, Va., Feb. 9, 1772,

1841

69, Apr. 4, 1841 John Tyler,

Mar. 29, 1790, 1841 to 1845, 55. James K. Polk, N. C., Nov. 2, 1795, 1845 to 1849,

June 15, 1849 Zachary Taylor, Va., Nov. 24, 1784, 1849 to 1850, 65, July 9, 1860 Nillard Fillmore,

Jan. 7, 1800, 1850 to 1953, 63. Franklin Pierce, N. H., Nov. 23, 1804, 1853 to 1857, 53. James Buchanan, Penn.Apr. 13, 1791, 1857

LEGAL TENDER OF GOLD AND SILVER COIN. American Eagle, coined prior to Central American, 17 dwt. 7 gr., is $1 00

July 31, 1834, 270 gr., is $10 80 Florin of Southern German States, 40 Hall Eagle, 135 gr., is 5 23 Florin of Austrian Empire,

481 Eagles coined since July,'34, 257 gr., 20 00 Specie Dollar of Sweden and Norway, 1 06 Double Eagle and parts in proportion.

« Denmark,

1 05 Doubloon, 17 dwt. 8 gr., is 15 As Thaler of Prussia and Germany,

69 Half Johanna, 9 dwt., is

8 4 Pound of Nova Scotia, New BrunsBritish Sovereign, 5 dwt. 34 gr., is

wick, Newfoundland, and Canada,

4 00 French Napoleon, 4 dwt. 3 gr., is 8 H Franc of France and Belgium, and Spanish Dollar, 17 dwt. 7 gr., is

Livre of Sardinia,

18 6-10 ct. Mexican Dollar, 17 dwt. 7 gr., is 1 00Ducat of Naples, Peruvian Dollar, 17 dwt. 7 gr., is 1 00 Piastre of Turkey,

42-54 Chilian Dollar, 17 dwt. 7 gr., is ** 1 0016 Franc Piede (French),

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WORTHLESS AND UNCORRENT BANK NOTES IN NEW ENGLAND.

CORRECTED BY CLAPP, FULLER & BROWNE, Dealers in Bank Notes, Specie and Land Warrants, 57 State Street, corner of Congress Street. Valon Dol.

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Valon Dol, MASSACHUSETTS. Commercial B'k,

Ports

Kennebeck Bk,IIallowell,
American Bank,
Piscataqua B’k,

Kennebunk Bank,
Commercial Bank,
Portsmouth B'k, moutie.

Machias Bank. Comunonwealth B'k, Grafton Bank, Haverhill, Megunticook Bk, Camden, Cochituate Bank,

Hillsboro' Bk, Hillsboro', Negumkeag Bank, Franklin Bank,

N. Hampshire Bľk, Ports New England Bank, FairFultca Bank,

mouth, (closed. mount, Grocers Bank,

N. Hampshire Union Bk, Newport Bank, Newport, Hay narket Sq. B'k, Pemigewasset Bk, Plym., Oxford Bank, Fryeburg, Kilby Bank,

Winnipiseogee B’k, clos. Passamaquoddy Bk, East

2001 Lafayette Bank,

Wolfborough B'k, Wolfb., port,
Middling Lot Bank, Rochester B'k, Rochester, Saco Bank, Saco,
Oriental Bank,

COXXECTICUT. Ship Builders' B'k, Rock-
South Bank,
Bank of North America, 50

land, broke. Amherst Bank, Amherst, Bank of Seymour, Seym.,

St. Croix Bank, Calais, Berkshire B'k, Pittsfield, Bridgeport Exch'ge As., Union Bank, Brunswick, Bank of Gen. Int'st, Bridgeport Manuf. Co., Vassalborough B'k, Vass. Essex Bank, Colchester B'k, Colches.,

Waldo Bank, Belfast, Farmers' Bank,

Commercial B'k, Tolland. Wash'gton Co. Bk.Calais, Chelsea Bank, Chelsea, Comm. Min. Co., Hartford, Waterville B'k, Waterv., Bass River Bʻk, Beverly, 80 Derby Bank, Derby, Winthrop B'k, Winthrop, Citizens' B'k, Nantucket, Eagle Bank, New llaven, Wiscasset B'k, Wiscasset, City B'k, Lowell, fraud, Eastern, W. Killingsly, Bk of Ilallowell, llallow., 8 Cohannet Bank, Tanaton, latters' Bank,

90 Maritime Bank, Bangor, 90 Cohasset Bank,

Granite, Voluntown, frid, Westbrook Bank, WestCharlestown B. Charles lousatonic R. R. Comp., brook, closed. Phoenix Bank, town, Bridgeport,

VERMONT. Dorches. and Milton B'k, Wooster Bank,

95 Danby Bank, Danby, Duxbury Bök, Duxbury, Manuf.'rs' B'k, Derby, Agricultural B'k, Troy, rast Bridgewater Bank, Litchfield B'k, Litchfield, 6 Bank of Bennington, BenEssex B'k, N Andover, Merch. Ex. Bk, Bridgepit, 6 nington, Farmers' B'k, Sandstone, N. llaven Co. Bk, N.Ilav., B'k of Manchester, Man., Karmers' and Mechanical Woodbury Bk, Wooub'ry, 6 Bank of Orange County, "B'k, Belchertowa,

MAIXE.

B'k of Woodstock, Wood., Farmers' and Mechanics' Agricult'l Bank, Brewer, Bank of Windsor, Wicd.,

B'k, South Adams, Androscoggin Bank, Commercial Bank of Ver Greylock Bank, (ampton, Brunswick B'k, Brunsw., mont, Poultney, Hampshire Bank, North Bangor Bank,

Essex Bank, Guildhall, Ipswich Bank, Ipswich, Bangor Com. Bank, Green Mountain Bank, Manur's Bk, Georgetown, Bath Bank,

Jefferson Banking Co., Manufacturers' and Me City Bank,

Phoenix Bank, chanics' Bk,Nantucket, Exchange Bank,

6 Vermont State Bank, and Menog Bank, Mendon, Lafayette Bank,

brauches, Middlesex B., Cambridge, Norombega Bank, 90 South Royalton B’k, 8. R. Midd. Int. Bank, Salem, Penobscot Bank,

RHODE ISLAND. closed. [buryport, People's Bank,

Bristol Union Bük, Brist., Newburyport B’k, New Bank of Portland,

Burrillville B'k, Burrillv. Nahant Bank, Lyon, Exchange Bank,

Eagle Bank, Newport, Norfolk Bk,

Georgia Lumber Co., Farm. Ex. Bk, Gloucester, Roxbury Bk, Roxbury, Maine Bank,

Farmers' and Mechanics' Winthrop Bks

Bank, Pawtucket, Pawtucket Bk, Pawtuck., Stillwater Canal, 3

Farmers' B'k, Wickford, Phoenix B'k, Nantucket, B’k of Westbrook, West Franklin Bk, Providence, Sandwich Bank, Sandw., Franklin Bank, 3 br'k, Ilamilton Bank, Scituate, Sutton Bk, Wilkinsonville, Canton Bank, China, 5 Ilamilton B'k, N'th Scit.,

NEW ILAMPSHIRE. Castine Bank, Castine, Mount IIope B’k, Bristol, Cor.cord Bauk, Concord, Central Bank, Hallowell, Pascoag Bk, Pascoag Vil., Cheshire Bank (old), Central Bank, Grey,

Provid. Co. B’k, s'thfield, Claremont B’k, Clarem't, City B'k, Portland,

R. I. Agri. B'k, Johnston, Dover Bank, Dover (old), Citizens' (old pl.), ) Au Scituate Bank, Scituate. Exeter B-k (old),

do. (new pl.), S gusta, Tiverton Bank, Tiverton, i Exeber B'k(new), 6 Damariscotta, Nobleboro, Bank of Republic, Prov. Granite Bank,

Ellsworth B'k, Ellsworth, 50 B’k of So. Co., Wakefield, 501 clo. (old), Frankfort B'k, Frankfort,

Mount Vernon B'k, Prov., Farmers' Bank, Amherst, Globe Bank, Bator, R. I. Cent., E. Greenwich, Lancaster Bk, Lancaster, Hallowell and Augusta Ilopkinton Bik, Westerly, 90 Lebanou Bank, Lebanon, Bank, Ilallowell, Warwick Bank, Maguf. Bk, N. Ipswich, Hancock B'k, Ellsworth, R. I, Exchange,

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Days. d. m. Days.id. m. Days.d. m. Days. d. m.Days. d.

1 22 S.58 7 22 19 13 21 24 19 20 14 25 18 60
2 22 53 8 22 11 14 21 13 20 120 1 26 18 85
3 22 47) 9 22 2 15 21 2 21 19 48 27 18 20
4 22 411 10 21 53 16 20 611 22 19 34 28 18
5 22 34 11 21 44 17 20 39 19 20 29 17 48
6 22 27 12 21 34 18 20 271 24 19 5 80 17 S11
(Last Quarter, 3d day, 9h. 11m., evening.

New Moon, 10th day, 10h. 43m., evening.
D First Quarter 18th day, 11h. 16m., evening.
o Full Moon, 26th day, 01. 21m., evening.

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1 Tu. 17 30 4 39 9 910 514120 2 24 247|bel. 10 10 3 38
2 W. 7 30 4 40 9 100 6 5 21 3 10 3 33 bel. 11 22 427
3 Th. 7 30 4 419 110 7 5 22 3 581 4 24 rei. morn. 5 16
4 Fr. 7 304 42 9 120 8 5 23 4 511 5 20 rei. 0 36 6 6
5 Sa. 7 30 4 43 9 130 9 624 551 6 23 sec. 150 6 58
6 SU.7 30 4 43 9 130 9 625 656 7 30 sec. 3 5 7 53
7.Mo.7 29 4 449 150 11 7 26 8 4 8 37thi. 4 17 851
8 Tu. 17 29 4 45 9 16 0 12 727 9 9 9 39 thi. 5 24 9 50
9 W. 7 294 469 170 13 8/2810 810 35 kn. 6 22 10 48||
10 Th. 17 294 48 9 190 15 8011 111 25 kn. / sets. 11 44
11 Fr. 17 294 499 200 16 81 11148

5 35) 0 37 12 Sa. 17 28 4 50 9 220 18 9 2 0 9 0 30 legs 642 1 26 13 SU.7 28451 9 230 19 9 3 050 1 10 legs 7 47 2 10 14 Mo.7 274 52 9 25 0 2110 4 1 29 1 48 feet 8 50 2 53 15 Tu. 7 274 53 9 260 22 10 5 2 7 2 26 feet 9 503 31 16 W. 7 264 55) 9 290 2510 6 241 3 2 hd 10 50 4 11 17 Th. 7 26 4 569 300 2011 7 321 3 40h'd 11 501 451 18 Fr. 17 25 457 9 320 2811 8 4 0 4 22 h'd morn. 5 36 19 Sa. 17 25 458 9 330 2911 9 446 5 12 n'k 0 52 621 20 SU.7 2+4 59 9 350 3111 10 5 39 6 6n'k 1 551 7 8 21 Mo.7 245 19 370 33 1211 6 35 7 6 arm 258 7 59 22 Tu. 7 235 2 9 390 35 12 12 7 37 8 9 arm 3 591 8 54 23 W. 7 225 39 410 37 12 13 840 9 10 arm 4 571 9 50 24 Th. 17 215 49 430 3913 14 9 3910 7br. | 5 50 10 47 25 Fr. 7 215 69 450 41|1315 10 34/11 Obr. 6 3311 44 26 Sa. 17 205 79 470 43130 11 25 11 48 b'rt rises. morn. 27 SU.7 195 89 490 45 13 17 0 10 h'rt 6 39 0 38 28 Mo.7 185 10 9 520 4813/18 0 32 051bcl. 7 55 1 30 129 Tu. 7 17 5 11 9 510 501419 116 1 38bel. 9 10 2 21 30 1V. 17 165 13 9 570 53 1120 2 1 2 24rci. 110.25 3 12

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