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If a trace of partisan bias is betrayed in the thread of narrative which partially unites the successive reports, bills, votes, etc., presented in this work, the error is unintentional and regretted. Our purpose was to compile a record acceptable and convenient to men of all parties, and which might be consulted and trusted by all. Whatever is original herein is regarded as of no use or merit, save as a necessary elucidation of the residue. Without apology, therefore, or further explanation, the Text-Book is commended to the favor of the American public.

New-YORK, August 1st, 1860.

CONTENTS.

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ABOLITION Conv, at Warsaw, N. Y., 1839. 12 BELL, John, of Tennessee, nominee of the
ABOLITIONISTS (Garrisonians) for Disunion. 173 | Union party for President, 1860. ...

His Compromise Proposition......

ACCEPTANCE of Presidential candidates.... 210 His letter accepting the nomination for Presi-

dent...

ADAMS, CHARLES FRANCIS, of Massachusetts,

President Buffalo Convention, 1848; Nominee of

BENJAMIN, Judah P., of Louisiana, on Pop-

do, for Vice-President......

.............

1 ular Sovereignty......

Adams, GOVERNOR, of South Carolina, ree

His opinion of Douglas......................
commends in a Message the reopening of the Afri-

BIRNEY, JAMES G., of Michigan, Abolition
can Slave-Trade........

candidate for President in 1840..

ADAMS, Joax, of Massachusetts, chosen

Liberty Party candidate for President in 1844.. 14

President 1796–7: Reëlection defeated 1800-1.... 9 Bonham, MILLIDGE L., of South Carolina,

ADAMS, John Quincy, of Massachusetts,

for Dissolution..............................

elected President 1824 ; defeated candidate for Boyd, Linn, of Kentucky, defeated for

do. 1828................

Vice-President by Democratic Convention, 1856.. 24

ALLEN, CHARLES, of Massachusetts, offers BRECKINRIDGE, JOHN C., of Kentucky,

Resolve in Whig National Convention, 1848....... nominated Vice-President by Democratic Con-

AMERICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION, 1856....

vention, 1856...................................

Elected Vice-President 1856...................

AMERICAN NATIONAL Council, 1856......

Speech on General Politics at Frankfort Ky.,

in 1859................::::

ANTI-MASONIC NATIONAL CONVENTIONS of

Gives casting vote against Free Homestead bili

mestead bili

1880 and 1831.

Accepts nomination for Presidency............

ANTI-SLAVERY ORDINANCE of 1784......

Bronson, Judge GREENE C., on Slavery,

Anti-SLAVERY ORDINANCE of 1787....... letter affirming Slavery to exist only by positive

law.....

.................

Ashmun, GEORGE, of Massachusetts, Presi-

dent Republican National Convention, 1860.......

26 BROWN, AARON V. of Tennessee, de-

Atchison, David R., of Missouri, beaten

feated for Vice-President in Democratic Conven-

tion 1856................................. ....

for Vice-President in Democratic Convention, 1852

Banks, NATHANIEL P., of Massachusetts,

BUCHANAN, JAMES, of Pennsylvania, beaten

defeated for Vice-President in Rep. Conv., 1856...

for President in Democratic Convention, 1844....

Beaten for President in Democratic Conven-

Supported for Vice-President in Republican Na.

tion, 1848.... ...

tional Convention, 1860..................... Nominated for President by Democratic Con-
BATES, EDWARD, of Missouri, President

vention, 1856.......
Whig National Congention, 1856...

Elected President of the United States, 1856....

Candidate for President before Republican Con-

Message on Lecompton....

118

vention, 1860.....

Special message on do.....

Letter to the Missouri delegates to the Republi-

Veto of Homestead bill........

191
can Convention.....

Borr, Aaron, chosen Vice-President,
His letter in support of Lincoln and Hamlin..

1800-1.. .....

BARBOUR, Philip P., of Virginia, beaten

for Vice-President..........

Butler, William O., of Kentucky, Demo-

BARBOUR, JAMES, of Virginia, President

cratic nominee and defeated candidate for Vice-

President, 1848.. ....

first National Republican Convention...

Defeated for President and Vice-President in

President Whig National Convention, 1889.....

Democratic National Convention, 1852...... 20
BARNBURNERS of New-York retire from Do CALAOUN, John C., of South Carolina,
mocratic National Convention.

elected Vice-President in 1824, and reelected in

Nominate Van Buren and Dodge for President

and Vice-President.........

CAMBRELENG, C. C., of N. Y. on Slavery... 204

BARTLETT, G. B., of Kentucky, President
American National Council, 1856..........

CAMERON, Gen. Simon, of Pennsylvania,
BAYARD, JAMES A., of Delaware, defeated

candidate for President before Republican Na-

el tional Convention, 1860 ....................... 27

for Vice-President in Democratic Convention, 1856 24
Presides over Seceders' Convention at Charles-

* CAMPBELL, LEWIS D., of Ohio, offers a re-
41! solve in Whig National Convention, 1848. ..... 15

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CARROLL, Gov. William, of Tennessee, Fourth Democratic National Convention, 1844 ..

President of the third Democratic National Con-

Fifth Democratic National Convention, 1848 .....

vention, 1840..................................

Sixth Democratic National Convention, 1852....

Cass, Gen. LEWIS, of Michigan, beaten for

Seventh Democratic National Convention, 1856.

President in Democratic Convention, 1844...

Eighth Democratic National Convention, 1860 ..

Mr. Avery's (N. C.) Majority Report, from Com-
Democratic nominee for President, 1848 ;

mittee on Platform: Mr. H. B. Payne's Mi-
beaten for President, 1848 ....

nority Report from Committee on Platform;
Beaten for President in Democratic Conven-

Senator Wm. Bigler's Compromise proposition 80

tion, 1852 .....

Mr. Avery's amended Majority Report; Mr.

Beaten for President in Democratic Conven-

Avery's remarks in favor of same ; Mr. H. B.

tion, 1856 ...

Payne of Ohio in reply ...

Nicholson Letter on Popular Sovereignty.....

His extracts from Breckinridge, Orr, and Ste-

CHAPMAN, Gen. John G., of Maryland,

phens; Mr. Samuels's (of Iowa) Minority Re-

President, Whig National Convention, 1852.....

port.................

CHASE, Salmon P., of Ohio, candidate for

Mínority Report adopted, 165 to 188 ; Alabama

protests and withdraws...

President before Republican National Conven-

Mississippi withdraws ...

tion, 1860.......

South Carolina, Florida, and Texas withdrawe

Proposes to Allow People of Kansas to prohibit

Arkansas retires.....

Slavery ................................

Georgia retires......................: :

Clay, Cassius M., of Kentucky, supported

Louisiana withdraws; Speech of Wm. B. Gaulden
for Vice-President in Republican National Con-

of Georgia in favor of the Slave-Trade .......

Fruitless ballots (57) for President; Adjournment

vention, 1860.........

to Baltimore; The Seceders at Charleston ; Se-

CLAY, Henry, of Kentucky, beaten for

nator Bayard, of Delaware, Chairman; They

President, 1832..

adopt the Avery Platform .................

Defeated for President in Whig Convention at

They adjourn to Richmond; They meet at Rich-
Harrisburg, 1839. Defeated for President in

mond June 11; They finally adopt Breckin-

1844.....

ridge and Lane; The adjourned Convention at

Defeated for President in Whig Convention,

timore; Gen. Cushing's opening Speech ......

1848................

Mr. Howard, of Tennessee, moves admission of

original Delegates; Mr. Kavanagh, of Minne-

CLINGMAN, THOMAS L., of North Carolina,

sota, moves to lay on table; Previous question

for Dissolution..........

172 defeated..............

Proposition of Mr. S. E. Church, of New York ;

CLINTON, DE Witt, defeated for President

Report of Committee on Credentials .....

CLINTON, GEORGE, choseu Vice-President,

Minority Report of do.; Admission of Douglas

Delegates from Louisiana and Alabama ..

1804..........................................

Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Maryland

COCHRANE, JOhn, of New-York, presents

and California withdraw....................:

Anti-Slavery Resolves to Mass Meetings......... 207 Delaware, and part of Kentucky, and Missouri

withdraw; Gen. Cushing resigns the Chair;
CONSTITUTIONAL UNION CONVENTION, 1860 29

Gen, Butler, of Massachusetts, offers a pro-

CRAWFORD, MARTIN J., for Dissolution 172 test.......................................

CRAWFORD, William H., of Georgia, beaten DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM (Davis's Resolu-

in Democratic Caucus for President in 1816; tions), adopted by the United States Senate, affirm-

Democratic Caucus candidate for President, 1824 91 ing the duty of Congress to establish a Slave Code

Beaten for President 1824.......

........... 10

in the Territories ...............

....... 194

194

CURRY, J. L. M., of Alabama, for Dissolu DICKINSON. DANIEL S., of New York, sup-

tion.........

172

ported for President in Democratic National Con-

CoShing, Gen. CALEB, of Massachusetts, vention, 1860. .................................. 41

President of Democratic National Convention,

Dix, Gen. JOHN A., advocates Freedom

1860.....

Retires from the chair at Baltimore..........

..........

for the Territories in the United States............

Presides over the Seceders' Convention at Bal-

DISUNION AVOwed by Southern Statesmen
timore.................................... 48

in the event of the election of a Republican Presi-

DALLAS, GEORGE M., of Pennsylvania, nomi. dent ..................

170

..........................................
nated for and elected Vice-President, 1844........

| DOBBIN, JAMES C., of North Carolina, beaten
Davis, GARRETT, of Kentucky, defeated for

for Vice-President in Democratic National Conven-
President in the American National Convention... tion, 1856...............................
Davis JEFFERSON, of Mississippi, supported, DODGE, Gen. Henry, of Wisconsin, nomi.

1860, for President in National Democratic Con. nated for Vice-President by New-York Radicals in

vention .....

1848, but declined....... ......................

His resolutions as they passed the Senate ....... 194
Davis, John, of Massachusetts, defeated for

DONELSON, ANDREW J., of Tennessee, nomi-

nated for Vice-President by American Convention,
Vice-President in Whig National Convention, 1844. 18

Indorsed by Whig National Convention, 1856 ...

Davis, John W., of Indiana, President De-

mocratic National Convention, 1852..............

: 20 DOUGLAS, STEPHEN A., of Illinois, beaten

2

Dayton, WILLIAM L., of New-Jersey, Re. I

for President in Democratic Convention, 1852...

Beaten for President in Democratic Conven-

publican nominee for Vice-President, 1856; de-

tion, 1856.......

feated therefor.............

Nominated at Baltimore in 1860

DEJARNETTE, DANIEL C., of Virginia, for Dis.

Proposes to extend the Missouri Compromise to

the Pacific ..........

solution .....

........

Mr. Douglas' reply to Lincoln at Freeport......
DELAWARE Declares for Free Territories

Mr. Douglas' "Harper" Essay on Popular So.

through Legislative resolves in 1820.......

vereignty in the Territories.......

Also in 1849 ......

Speech at Springfield, II., June 12, 1857

DEMOCRACY OF Maine for the Wilmot Pro-

Speech on the John Brown raid, July 16, 1860,

proposing a Sedition Law........

viso ........................................

He tells what Popular Sovereignty has done for

DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENTIONS. First

Slavery...

at Baltimore in 1832...

Accepts Nomination for Presidency..
Second at Baltimore in 1835

Extract from Speech in favor of Missouri Oom-

Third Democratic National Convention. 1840..

promise ... ..... .. ........... ........ 215

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Downs, SOLOMON U., of Louisiana, beaten

Whig nominee for Vice-President, 1848 .......

Elected Vice-President, 1848......

for Vice-President in Democratic Convention,

Defeated for President in Whig National Con-

1852.........................................

vention, 1852...............

EVERETT, EDWARD, of Massachusetts, Union

American nominee for President in 1856......

Indorsed by Whig National Convention in 1856.

candidate for Vice-President in 1860.....

29

His views on Slavery-Buffalo Letter of 1838,

His views on Slavery-His “Knapsack" Speech

and Albany Speech of 1866............

in Congress-Replies of Messrs, Mitchell, Ran-

dolph and Cambreleng-Mr. Everett on Geo-

His Letter to New York Union Meeting, 1860.. 203

graphical Parties-Later Views on Slavery, FITZPATRICK, BENJAMIN, of Alabama, beaten

in Letters of 1837 and '39..........

for Vice-President in Democratic Convention of

His Acceptance of the Nomination for Vice.

1856.........................................

President of the United States......

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Nominated by Democratic Convention, 1860....

anisin

His views on the Sumner Outrage.............

Declines the Nomination.........

ELLMAKER, Amos, of Pennsylvania, Anti FLOURXOY, FRANCIS. B., of Arkansas, tem-

Masonic candidate for Vice-President, 1832..... 10 porary Chairman of Democratic National Con-

vention, 1860..........

ELECTION RETURNS IN DETAIL, of all the

Presidential Elections since 1836......

Floyd, Joan, of Virginia, supported by

Aggregate vote by States, for President, from

South Carolina for President, 1832..............

1824 to 1856............................ 239 FREE HOMESTEADS --Action of Congress on

Alabama vote for President.....

228

Governor, Congress, etc. 1859 248

granting free Homesteads to actual settlers.. ...

Mr. Grow's Ten-Year proposition defeated in

Arkansas vote for President. ..

the House..................

Congress, 1858...

248

Mr. Grow introduces another bill which is

California vote for President.......

237

passed in the House....

Governor, 1859

The Senate refused to act upon it.....

Connecticut vote for President.....

223

Governor, 1860.

Mr. Grow introduces another in 1860, which

240

passes the House....

Delaware vote for President.....

224

Rejected by the Senate...........

Governor, 1858..

240

A compromise bill agreed upon.......

190

Florida vote for President,

238

Vetoed by the President..........

191

4 Congress, 1858..

248

198

Veto sustained by the Senate..........

225

Georgia vote for President.....

" Congress, 1859...

243 FRELINGHUYSEN, THEODORE, of New-Jersey,

Ilinois vote for President. .....

220 Nominated and defeated for Vice-President in

16 " Congress, 1858....

246 1844....... .. ... ........

6 Legislature, 1858.

Indiana vote for President....

222

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FREMONT, Col. John C., of California, Re-

4 Congress, 1858.

246

publican nominee for President, 1856............

Iowa vote for President......

237 Defeated for President, 1856.....

.....

Governor, 1859...:

247 Declines a re-nomination, 1860....

Kentucky Tote for President......

238

GARTRELL, LUCIUS J., of Georgia, for dis-

Congress, 1859....

244

Louisiana vote for President....

solution.................................

" Congress, 1859..

243

GEORGIA LEGISLATURE censures Senator

Maine vote for President.....

216

Berrien for voting to confirm Mr. Everett as Min,

" Governor, 1859...

240

ister to England...............................!

Maryland vote for President...

224

Congress, 1858.....

241 GRAHAM, WILLIAM A., of North Carolina,

Massachusetts vote for President......

217 Whig nominee for Vice-President, 1852..........

Governor, 1859

240 Defeated for Vice-President, 1852..............

Dichisau

Michigan vote for President.....

221

Chief Justice, 1859

GRANGER, Francis, of New York, Presi.

Minnesota vote for Governor, 1859.

248

dent Anti-Masonic National Convention.........

Missouri vote for President......

235

Beaten for Vice-President, 1836..........

" Congress, 1858.........

245 GUTARIE, JAMES, of Kentucky, supported

Mississippi vote for President..........

229 for President in National Democratic Conven-

" Governor, Congress, etc., 1859

tion...............

.....

New Hampshire vote for President.....

Governor, 1859.... 240

HALE, John P., of New Hampshire, Free

New-Jersey vote for President.....

217 Democratic nominee for President, 1852.........

Governor, 185

241

Hamlin, HANNIBAL, of Maine, nominated

New-York vote for President...

Sec. State, Controller, etc.

for Vice-President by Republican National Con-

1859.....

240

vention, 1860.....

North Carolina vote for President..

230

Renounces the Democratic party in the U. s.

Congress, 1859..... 242

Senate....

Ohio vote for President......

218

Accepts nomination for Vice-President.........

" " Governor, 1859......

245 HARRISON, Gen. WILLIAM H., of Ohio, nom-

Oregon vote for Congress, 1859.....

247

inated and defeated for President in 1836.

Pennsylvania vote for President.....

Nominated for President at Harrisburg, Decem-

Congress, 183

241

ber, 1839; elected President in 1840.........

Rhode Island vote for President. ..

216

Governor, 1860.....

240 HICKMAN, Joan, of Pennsylvania, support-

South Carolina chooses Electors and Governor

ed for Vice-President in Republican Convention,

by Legislature...........................

248 1860......

Tennessee vote for President......

231

| Houston, Gen. Sam, of Texas, supported

" " Congress, 1859.

244

Texas vote for President......

238

for President in Union Convention, 1860..........

" Congress, 1859...

243 HUNTE?, Robert M. T., of Virginia, sup-

Vermont vote for President.......

217

ported for President by Democratic National Con-

16 Governor, 1859..

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vention, 1860...................................

Virginia vote for President.....

226

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Governor, 1859..

241 ILLINOIS DECLARES FOR FREE TERRITORIES

Wisconsin vote for President........

237 through Legislative Resolves.....

o Governor, 1859...

4|Jackson, Gen. ANDREW, of Tennessee,

FILLMORE, MILLARD, of New-York, defeated

beaten for President in 1824 and elected in 1828..

for Vice-President in Whig Convention, 1844..... 131 Reëlected President in 1882....

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JOHNSON, ANDREW, of Tennessee, supported MARSH, EPHRAIM, of New-Jersey, President

for President in National Democratic Convention : 41 | American National Convention....

Jounson, HERSCHEL V., of Georgia, beaten Mason, JOHN Y., of Virginia, beaten for

for Vice-President in Democratic National Conven Vice-President in Dem. Nat. Con., 1848 ... ......

tion in 1856......

24 MASSACHUSETTS DECLARES FOR FREEDOM

Nominated for Vice-President by Democratic

National Committee, 1860........

through Legislative Resolves; Whigs of Massa-

Speech on Slavery in the Territories in 1848 ... 168 | .chusetts for freedom........

Holds that capital should own the laborer, io &

°MCLEAN, Judge John, of Ohio, defeated for

speech at Philadelphia in 1856. His Report President in Republican Convention, 1856....... 28

affirming the absolute right of holding slaves

Also, in Republican Nat. Convention of 1860... 27

in the Territories.............. .... 169 MCKAY, JAMES J., of North Carolina, beat-

JOHNSON, RICHARD M., of Kentucky, beaten en for Vice-President in Dem. Convention 1848...

in Convention for Vice-President, 1882...

Nominated and elected Vice-President in 1836..

McRea, JOHN J., of Mississippi, for Dissolu.

Beaten for Vice-President in 1840.......

tion........

Beaten for President in Democratic Convention, MISSOURI COMPROMISE, Adopted .........

1844........................................ 18

The Compromise Repealed,.....

JOANSON, WILLIAM Cost, of Maryland, Pre-

MITCHELL, James C., of Tennessee, against

sident of Young Men's National Convention.....

Slavery ........

... 204

JULIAN, GEORGE W., of Indiana, Free De-

“MONROE DOCTRINE.”—Extract from the

mocratic candidate for Vice-President, 1862......

Message of James Monroe on the influence of

KANSAS OUTRAGES, Report of Howard and European Powers on this Continent.............. 201

Sherman thereon ......... .................. 92 MONROE, JAMES, of Virginia, elected Presi-

KILLINGER, JOHN W., of Pennsylvania, dent in 1816 and reëlected in 1820 .........

offers an Anti-Slavery resolve in the American MOORE, SUYDENHAM, of Alabama, for Disso-

Convention, 1856..............

......... 23

lution .......

KING, LEICESTER, of Ohio, President of Lib-

MORGAN, WILLIAM, revealer of Masonic Se-

erty Party National Convention, 1843............ crets..........

KING, William R., of Alabama, beaten

MOREHEAD, John M., of North Carolina,

for Vice-President in Democratic Convention of

1848..

President Whig National Convention, 1848.......

Democratic nominee for Vice-President in 1862. 20 Morris, Thomas, of Ohio, Liberty Party

Elected Vice-President in 1852.........

nominee for President in 1844............

LANE, Col. HENRY S., of Indiana, Presi. NATIONAL REPUBLICAN (CLAY) CONVEN-

dent of the Republican National Convention, 1806. 22 | tions, at Baltimore, 1881; at Washington, 1832...

LANE, Gen. JOSEPH, of Oregon, beaten for New-HAMPSHIRE DECLARES FOR THE WILMOT

President in Democratic National Convention, Proviso through Legislative Resolves.............

Nominated for Vice-President by Seceders at NEW-JERSEY LEGISLATURE FOR FREE TER-

Baltimore in 1860.......

48 ritory ..........................................

Accepts nomination.......... ......... 212 New-YORK FOR FREEDOM.-Resolutions of

LAW, GEORGE, of New York, defeated for the Legislature against Slavery in the Territo-

President in American National Convention, 1856. 23

Ditto in 1847-8-9.........

LAWRENCE, ABBOTT, of Massachusetts, de-

Gen. John A. Dix presents resolutions to United

feated for Vice-President in Whig Convention, 1848.

States Senate.......

LEAKE, SHELTON F., of Virginia, for Disso-

The Whigs in State Convention declare for Free-

dom. Address reported by James Brooks... 207

lution.........................................

Free Democracy of New York for Freedom.

LEE, HENRY, of Massachusetts, supported

Resolutions presented by John Cochrane.....

by South Carolina for Vice-President, 1882....... 11 ORDINANCE of : 1784 (Jefferson's) against

LEMOYNE, FRANCIS J.. of Pennsylvania,

Slavery in Territories........

Abolition candidate for Vice-President, 1840.... 12 ORDINANCE of 1787 (Dane's) prohibiting

LETCHER, JOHN (Governor of Virginia), Slavery in Northwest Territory..........

for Dissolution.........

......... 172 O'CONOR, CHARLES, New-York, defends

LIBERTY PARTY NATIONAL CONVENTION held Slavery as intrinsically just in a speech at Union

at Buffalo in 1843...............

Meeting, New York, 1859.....

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM, of Illinois, defeated for

His letter to Committee of Merchants........:

Vice-President in Republican Convention, 1856...

22 0910 DECLARES FOR FREEDOM through Legis-

Nominated for President by Republican Conven-

lative Resolves ................................

tion, 1860........

28 PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATURE FOR FREE

Speech at Springfield, Ill., June 17, 1853 ... 127

Discussion with Mr. Douglas at Freeport, Il 129 Territory .......................................

Speech at Cooper Institute, New York, 1860.... 1 144 PIERCE, FRANKLIN, of New-Hampshire,

Letter to Boston Committee on the Jefferson nominated for President in Democratic Conven-

Birthday Festival; Letter to Dr. Canisius on

tion, 1852.......................................

Naturalization.....

Elected President,...

Accepts nomination for Presidency......... 210 Defeated for President in National Cod., 1856..

Lucas, Gen. ROBERT, President first Demo-

Receives one vote for President in National

cratic National Convention......................

Convention, 1860.........

MADISON, JAMES, of Virginia, elected Presi.

Pillow, Gen. GIDEON J., of Tennessee,

dent 1808, and reëlected in 1812................

beaten for Vice-President in Democratic Conven-

tion, 1852.....................

...... 20

MAINE DEMOCRACY FOR THE WILMOT PRO-

PINCKNEY, CHARLES C., of South Carolina,

viso. ................ ..........................

201

beaten for Vice-President, 1800; also for President

Mangum, WILLIE P., of North Carolina, sup-

in 1804 and 1808.................................

ported by South-Carolina for President in 1886... 18 POLITICAL NATIONAL PLATFORMS. -- None

MARCY, WILLIAM L., of New York, beaten | adopted by first Democratic Convention; Nasion.

for President in Dem. National Convention, 1882. 20 al Republican Platform.....

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