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SELECT POETRY. THE BACHELOR'S REQUIEM. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 November 1856

'r; 4: a SELECT. POETRY. ^: ' THE BACHELOR'S: REQUIE ',.:: Sp CGg.1lT TO RARKtFROIEELop. : Goneto the graive ! with no wife near to ice rhim,k N,:o children to kiss him, no riends-round to igh:: :Alone itrti lhis hcad on nin empty cigar-box; Hsl feet onitholfender- he laid down todic. Dying alone,:with no frieads to surround himn.i I Buetheoritsand themice, thatgazeawestricken on, Who left their rich meal of histioots and,his papers, --To-?finish their feast when his spirit has gone. Haggard and worn are the bachelor's features: : o .. ':-Heaohe~eks Me:alltsnunken. ,his brow coldlyidmp?$ His yeeablack' as coaL-,`with on' faidit sparik:to liht And this is'the end, f the merciless scamp. LHo sr?ithes:'ueath thelest ?angoftorturingconscience, ;H'si bson is heavihg-that never helaved yet Hle thinks of the thousainds of hearts he has broken. Of the thousands of loves he has woi--t'o forget. Hark ! there's a rustling of robes in the entry, And daiTtily tredditig come pretty youngfeet : Th...

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Williamstown Municipal Council. Thursday, October 30th. Present : Thomas Mason Esq., Chairman, Councillors Langford, Verdon, Maclean, Moxham, Armstrong, and Stewart. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 November 1856

Will aiilmtown 1Vniuactipa2 Council. 'Present: ^Thlomas.?MIason, Esq.,, Chairman; : Coiincillors Langford, yerdon, Maclean, Mr.ooxham, Armstrong, and Stewart:' STihe minutes of thfielast. meeting weire read and confirmed. COIRRESPONDENCE. Letters addressed to "the Chairman :were redas follows:-- i I" ":Foran the I-on. the CCommissioner Tof iiublic Works, statibg that instructions hhd been give.en for Sieps to be'placed at. the ed of the Old Wharf. . . . ' . . From Councillor Verdon, Chairman of tlie Conference-of Miinicipal Delegatess, ac companied witli ten copies of'the published Report of the proceedings of the Conference. Letters . ýedaressed' by thie; Chairman ilere read; as follows-:. ::;1. To thei'Hon;.the Attorney??Genera~ re questing for the guidance of the' Coiricil the opinion of the Law Officers of the Crown, as. cipal Institutions' Act =: 2: To the Secretaries.to the Census Coin mission, enclosing Schedule of Queieis ie turnied i?ithi an:swrers thereto:ii 'referehce to ...

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COPPIN'S OLYMPIC. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 November 1856

Coriiý's O?z;ir.-- hei; Asitley's ias closed, our juvenil Colonials were left almost uaprovidedand uncared for. by those philanitrop? ihdividtials who seem to take a delight in spending their lives and for tunes in catering for the anmsement of annugratcefu public. IWr. can,- however, congratulate our young friends on the provistoi now made for their especial benefit at this theatre:anid can assur the them that Mons. it'i ere's Grand Exhibition of Mechanical Figures, Models, Scenes, ?o., is vell toorth their, attention, and should be visited by both young and old. TWe believe the exhibition closes after tonight in Melbourne, and that rye may expect it to be opened in tWilliamstoibn t isday scnnight.

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LATEST DATES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 November 1856

. L.. ?,:x, ' ;L'ATEST'DATES. ? '.England;?., :<-: Au.. 14 Ancricaa-.cNw Yorl July'24 San Franciseo: ' '-,Au 23 }Cope of Good lfop o,..".p JSJUdooy 3. ý1 1 Oct. "5 Adelaide' ' -- Oct 25_ Hobrt?dT6?oC: `.:.. -', r°' ,, ...Oc. ;~i Launceston Oct 2i N'6c. Zeelanud "?:" O::;:Y?'::. . ct' 1 Vosl prnoso`F (#i 1.{ jc' ~ July. 23 Blhuiitina uly Ceylonuq, - July 28 Calcutta Aug. 21

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 November 1856

Birth. . At Williamstown, on Wednesday evening last, the wife of   Mr. W. Fisher, of a son.    

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 November 1856

J.. COU.RTi? &. CO. Auctioneers, Valuers, Land, House,' and General Com mission Agents,t, Ann Street, TWilliamstown. OIUT-DOOR SALES punctuall3r attended to. For the convenience) of.the public. J.-C. and Co. have opened an Auction Room fronting the New Wharf, where they hold sales every Satiuiday. Goods taken in for Sale every: day,' betweethen: hours of Two and Five.?i .- 94 . J. COURTIS :& CO. ai d on very easy terms,' the following Pro perties, viL.: I well.finished house in McQuarry-street 4 Houses and Land in Ferguson-street . 2 do, near the New Churchl 1 well-finished house, uear the Bonded Store Also, several Allotments of Land in: North and South Williamstown. - - - Tables, 10s. and 15s. Chest of Drawers, 65s. S Chairs, s., 5s. 6d.; Os. 6d.', . - 6. Bendsteads, 65s. Stretchers, Ss. "Hair Mattresses. 24s. each. -:" Door-scrapers, is.. Is. Gd., 2s. : ,a ".: White Lend, 8s. for 28-lb. tin ,: . .. 1Tent, 14 x 20, with 6 ft. waivls . 1 Do. 12 s 20, lined writh dru...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 November 1856

`' A' San francisco paper,;ihas the following I under itslocal head I a or s Courtihich, we think :nigiht now and -then:ilh very well applied to oir. Williarmstoiv? Police Court : S In th'e Mayor's Court this morning. l :, ognday mornirg,'blui aid ble.eyed, '" 1 Blla-eyed seakers freesthe lockh C .?:'.Cime likeFallsttff's rngged aromyn, ... :.Can~mlil W'olheler'::fillibuterss, Came like jiltedilldice-seekers : ;Cmhielike t i?sIrsfreshl lopeneld,o'e' Slightly damaged fioj'tho bucisonLe To e 1 ObN.- : n , Iglnr adve?b iislepmet Ioas en erted).'t: Stiate theysli a l' t iiiid wodel f' "" "r S , Stare theey itttie' rotund iiiityor, ""' : Stare theyo t !pe hlerk and.marslhal, : Fuelltofs'pisatheti'wonidser ? i ". ' "Pen'for'oThe; peos for t'otliei, "'' " rPens dfr'gishcellastipj?rsifor penance, . Pensiv'i all ini miute am zeinehit'i::. ' i ::: ile tls,'elr.t'alkes up0 the dockets ' - 10Freihted witho theisroitg'sa businless.". AN : ECCExTnsic BAtON-The following ::: singular ndvertisement...

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WILLIAMSTOWN POLICE COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 November 1856

WILLIAMSTOWN- POLICE COURT. IDRtI.K AND DISORDERLY 7-- iemaa Ash burneir was charged at this'office by Constable Phillips, on Saturday last,: with being drunk ind disorderly in the streets'of Williamstown' on -the previous day, and was fineiddfive shlii lings, or twenty-four hours in the watchhouie.' James Mdacdonaldwas brought: up at this Coilrt ? on IMonday last,> 1b Coritable Watchorn, charged 1vith' being.:. drunk? in the. streets the day -Before This' beie lii first offence lie -' was?idmoiishedI an.di cliarbed d:On the. same day Ermmia Roebuck was cliared by Constable Wardle withl drunk enness and,disorderly conduct. The prisoner -was fined ten, shillings," anti. as :advised to exercise?more- self-denial thereafter.- Asimi lar icharge ias preferred against a respectable looki?ri woman, named ~ lice Smith. As this -was- the - first time -she -had-' had the honor of appearing before their worships, sihe receiveda severe reprimand, and, was set at liberty upon makinga promise ...

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THE ELECTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 November 1856

THE. ELECTIONS. As Will be seen by a statement, published inanother column, the elections have nearly all terminated.' We believe that the return of the two. members for the united' cointies of Polwartli and Ripon isall tlat is required to complete the, "sixty" of the Lower House. Whether the result of these elections 'ill be to stren hen the hands of tlie present Govern ment, or otherw?ise,: we cannot say; but ie believe ttmtupon idthe "hole the' proceedings have, progressed- to- the satisfaction" of lhe people, and that the country will be fairly rel presented by the New Parliament. Witli vieS of iaffordinig bour readers an op portunity of judging of the suppoirt that will. be :given to jthe: Ministry, or the opposition that will be niade:to it, as 'well is the ?treniith which:will be broughlt.to bear upon eachi side of t1'e State Aid questibrinide publish th fol lowing~.important- facts. taken.from a table' .hicli hass recently appeared. in tlhe d1us and :which:as :evidently been...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 November 1856

B. CJ UL LE B.EGS to inform his friends and the. public g :.generally, that he. has just received a: choice selection of New Goods, suitable for the present season,?and that he intends selling at such prices as will`defy competitio n. B. C. calls particular attention to thefol;' lowing low-priced Goods: Drapery. Longeloth Calicoes, 3d., 4d., 5d: and Gd. Plannel,:all wool, 9d. and 1i ld. Super Welsh do.. . Blankets 8s Gd. 'l Os;. 6 15.' ' 'Window Blidd Muslins 6d.' . Colored Venetians; in all widths. "______ .,, . .colors_ ?;.:sa -e,: !e" r." ,-' ,- . Pr.1intediusiin ltresses, 5s 6d.. PlainDeLaincs, reduced, fromilsl 6d. to 1s. Silk'stripe do .,13 8Od the dress Silk Lustres, Is.6 d. per yard Circassiani Cloths,-8d. Yard:wide Prints;. ight colors6, 6dr Splendid -Assortment at' Sd. :. Large lot of Fancy:do., 3s9d : ' Summer DeLaines, Gsi 9d: tChoice pa?tterns, 7s. 6d to a8s 6df: Black DuCapes, 40s. the dres svery cheap Check=lWVashing Silks, 35s.: Mantles. Black1 eMoire, Ladies size, 8...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 November 1856

S Mu::anicipality of Wlliamstown: . ENDER.--Persons are invited to Tender for the ' : Erection of a Shade or.Awning in front of.the : Council Chambers., Specification torbetseen at the , Coundcil Chambers on and after ;Tuesday; the"4th ?Noiemiber proximno.- Tenders to be addressed to the -..Chairman of Puiblic Works Committe, and delivered -onar beforeeTwelve o'clock at noon, of Thurs-idy, the 0 thNovembei::: ::' :. ; :- .-, :;: :::i The'lowest or any tender not necessarily neepteld. By Order, JOHN REES, Town Clerk. Williamstown, 81st October, 1850. ' Municipality of Williamstown; rIj'IENDERS.-Persons willing to .undertake to clear the Gutters and keep the Crossirgs clean for one year, are invited to tender for the same. A :, ;pecification of the 'duties required will be ready for e i?'i~clon at the Council. Chambers on.and. afier. ° t t~ibrsn ofi Public Worlks Committee; are t; be'delivered at the Council Chambers, on or before Twelve o'clock at noon, on Wednesday; 12th Novem ber.....

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 1 November 1856

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE.   THE LATE OUTBREAK BY THE CONVICTS.   —The unfortunate young man (Owens) whose life was sacrificed in the late outbreak in the Bay, was buried last Saturday afternoon. The corpse was landed the Ann-street pier,     where the procession,—consisting of a body of warders belonging to the hulks, the crew of the steam-sloop Victoria, the water-police and the Williamstown police—formed, and marched slowly and silently along Ann street and Cecil street to the Williamstown burial ground, where the body was interred. We are in- formed that the fire which broke out on board the hulk Lysander, simultaneously with the attempted escape of the convicts, was not the work of the prisoners on board, as was first reported, but was caused by the storekeeper having attempted to fire off a rocket as an alarm to the proceeding that were going on in the boats, by which means some oakum became ignited. Assistance was, however, spee...

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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 November 1856

DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. MUDlaCIAL CouNcxIL.-The second moiety of the £4000 voted for the Municipal Council of Williamstown, amounting to £2000, has been received. The Council have accepted thie offer of the Bank of Australasia to advance. a loan of £5000, at six per cent. The Chair man has lately received a communication from the Government to the effect that a scheme for supplying Williamstown with fresh water will be submitted to the Legsslatiirein the coming session. TIE PATENT SLIt--1Messrs. Pearce and Dalziel, the contractors, who are noiv engaged in forming the ground-work of the patent slip at Williamstown, have also obtained the se cond contract for the construction of the tim ber platforms and foundations for the sunk frame. 1 he-amount specified in the contract is £ 11,750. There were nine tenders for the work, varying fiom the above sum, which was the lowest, up to £29,G28. POLICE CouRT.--Charles lier, a native of Deptford, Kent (England), was brought up at this Court, on ...

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RATES OF EXCHANGE. BILLS PURCHASED. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 November 1856

'RATES OF EFdHANGE. EILrn PURCUjSasD. On' iono.uw30 dayiight,. I per cent. dis. SSydney, 15 do..1 dis .. .- athurat, do., I do. Goulbnrn, do., Ido. Brisbane, do.; 1 do. SItobart.Town.do.. ido. On Launcc.ton, ao.,i do. Adelaide, do., I do. Auckland, do.; 2 do. Wellington, do do Lyttehon, do., do. _ Portland,idd. . do. Geelong, 3 do., } do DRIFTS ISSUED. QOnLondon, 30 day8 tight, .T par - . . " • ' iSydney; sigbt, I prem. "Bathurst;:Bi:,",do. ', :4 Goulburn, do., do. ,;,. Brisbane, do, do. - Hobart'Town; do.; do. '"'Lni;nceston' do;,do. , : Adelaide.do., -do. ' -irckland; .do., 2 do.. On Wellington; do.. do. Lyttelton, do., do. Portland, sight,. do. G Geelong, do., do. New York^, 30. 'days Halifaz, do.' 4 do.: Montreal do., do..:: Quebec, do., do. Inilie ; 90"dapb .7 &r ceut:; ddo.,ovcr do.; 8 do::

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 November 1856

Bargains il Drapery. B. CULLEY EGS to inform his friends and the public generally, that he has just received a choice selection of New Goods, suitable for the present season, and that'he intends selling at such prices as will defy competition. B. C. calls particular attention to the fol lowing low-priced Goods: Drapery. Longcloth Calicoes, 3d., 4d., 5d., and 6d. Flannel, all wool, 9d. and 1 ld. Super Welsh do. Blankets, 8s. 6d., 10s. 6d., 15s. Window Blind Muslins, 62d. Colored Venetians, in all widths. Dresses. 30 150 Yards Snilk an" arooi larOgego;u'i. Printed Muslin Dresses, 5s. Gd. Plain DeLaines, reduced, from -ls. 6d. to Is. Silk stripe do., 13s. 9d. the dress Silk Lustres, Is. Gd. per yard Circassian Cloths, 8d. Yard wide Prints, light colors, 6d. Splendid Assortment at 8d. Large lot of Fancy do., 3s. 9d. Summer DeLaines, 6s. 9d. Choice patterns, 7s.6d. to 8s. 6d. Black DuCapes, 40s. .the dress, very cheap Check Washing Silks, 35s. Mantles. Blaco Moire, Ladies size, 8s. 6d. F...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 November 1856

C ON S.UL S... Argeitine Confederation-John -William Mackiexia, Esq., M.D., 104 Collins-stieht east, Melbourne. - Brazil-J. B. Were Esq., 46, Flinders-lane east, do. . Belgium-Gustave Beckx, Esq., 64 Flin ders-lane west, do. Bremen-F. W. Jansen, Esq., 46, Flinders lane east, do. Chile-J. B. Were, Esq., 46, Flinders-lane. Denmsark--J. B. Were, Esq., 46, Flinders-. lane east, do. Robert Kent; Esq., (Vice- l consul), 46, Flinders-lane east, do. France-Lo Compte de Chabrillan, No. 87 'Collins-street, east, do. Hamburg-J. B. Were, Esq., 46 Flinders lane east, do. Hanover - A. Knufmann, Esq., Little Bourke.street east, do. Lubeck--J. B. Were, Esq., Flinders-lane Meklenburg Schwerin-Edward Fratzscher, Esq., Flinders-lane west, Netherlands-F. G. Lange, Esq., (Consular agent), 153, La Trobe-street west, do. Perun-Juan Diez, Esq., 20, Flinders-lane west, do. Portugal -J?; BV-Were, Esq., (Consul-general) Esq., (Consul), 9, Queen-street south, do. Prussia-Adolphus Boyd, Esq., 35. Flind ers-lane...

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 November 1856

- SBHIPP ING INTELLIGENCE. FRMECRD DEPARTU. .. For.Liverpool.-MorninigLight;'13th inst ; Aer maid,-. thiost. For London. -Bla lciall, .251h?b;s ;';' d inal" : 2nd December; Copenhagend,.er ly. ?-ForSydney.-A onarch. 8th inst.; Fortune, 11th inst - . For Launceston.--Tarbert Castle, Janet Dickson, early. Eor Hobart Town.--Eucalyptus, Zephyr, 8th inst; Gem, early. For Port Albert-Storm Bird, every Tuesday. For- IVarrnambool. Portland and Port PFairy.? Champion, a., every Friday; Lady Bird, s., every Tuesday ; Queen, s., every `Wednesday. For Auckland.-Sybil, early. jor'Adelaide.-Bavilah, a., Caroline, this'day. For Calcutta.-British Trident, 10th inst,; An tarctie, early - For Bombay.-Athletia, early For Shanghai.-North Star, Ocean Chief, early. For Hong Kong.-lleteor, 10th inst.;'Time and Truth, early. For Valparaiso.-Alexander, early. For Mauritlus.-Lorenzo Sabine. 10th inst.; Ade laide, 12th inst. SFor Manilla.-Sumatra, early. For Callao.-.Jacob Badger, early. For Sani Francisco.--...

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THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 November 1856

THE LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. S-Central Province.-Messrs., John Hodgson, J. P. Fawkner, H. Miller, Jiohn Hood, N. Guthridge. South Province.-Messrs. Kennedy, Power, Clarke, M'Combie, Bennett. . SouthWesternProvince.-Dr.Hope,Messrs. J. Henty, Roope, Cowie, Strachan. Western Province.-Messrs. S. G. Henty, Cruikshank, Drs. Tierney and Palmer, Mr. Vaughan. North-Western Province.-Messrs Keogh, Urquhart, J. H. Patterson, J. Allan, Mitchell. Eastern Province-Messrs Hervey, Stew art, Williams, Thomson, Kaye. THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY. Williamstown.-Mr. Foster. Melbourne.- Messis. Moore,' Michie, Smith Stawell, and O'Shannassy. St. Kilda.-Messrs. Sargood and Fellows. Collingwood.-Messrs. Harker and Em bling. South Melbourne.-Capt. Clarke. Richmond.-Dr. Evans and Mr. Campbell. Portland.-Messrs. Childers and Hughes. Geelong.-Messrs. Fyfe, Sladen, Brooke, and Read. Brighton.-Mr. Were. Warrnambool.-Mr. Horne. Mrurray Boroughs.-Dr. Murphy." North Grenville.-DMr. Lalor. Belfast.-Mr. F. E. Beaver. Kilni...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 November 1856

Municipality of Williamstown TENDERS.-Persons willing to undertake to   clear the Gutters and keep the Crossings clean   for one year, are invited to tender for the same. A Specification of the duties required will be ready for inspection at the Council Chambers on and after Tuesday next, the 4th November. Tenders, addressed to the Chairman of Public Works Committee, are to be delivered at the Council Chambers, on or before Twelve o'clock at noon, on Wednesday, 12th Novem- ber. The lowest or any tender not necessarily ac- cepted. By order, JOHN REES, Town Clerk. Williamstown, 31st October, 1856. Municipality of Williamstown. TENDER.-The Municipal Council invite Tenders for the Forming about 150.yards of Footpath in   Macquarie-street. Specification to be seen and Forms of Tender obtained at the Council Chambers.   The Tenders must be delivered on or before Twelve   o'clock on Wednesday next, the 12th inst. addressed to...

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The Williamstown CHRONICLE. WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, November 8th. FIRST HALF-YEARLY REPORT OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF WILLIAMSTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Williamstown Chronicle — 8 November 1856

THE WILLIAMSTOWN CHRONICLE WILLIAMSTOWN, Saturday, November 9th     FIRST HALF-YEARLY REPORT OF THE MUNICIPALITY OF WIL- LIAMSTOWN A Certified Account of all Receipts and Expenditure of the Municipal Council of Williamstown, for the Half-year ending the 11th October, 1856 : RECEIPTS. First Moiety of the Legislative Grant. £2000 0 0 Moiety of Police Fines incurred under the 13th Victoria, No. 14 .. .. .. .. .. 23 8 0 Fines per Inspector of Nuisances .. .. . 2 12 6 Amount of Town Rate collected to 11th of October, 1856 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 809 0 0 Discounts .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1 11 3 Balance, overdrawn at English, Scottish, and Australian Chartered Bank .. .. .. . 65 9 0 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. £2902 0 9 Preliminary Expenses incurred at the first election of Councillors.. ...... 21 11 0 Public Works ... ..... .. .. .. .. . 2332 11 1 Furniture for Council Chambers and Surveyor's Sundries .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 51 4 6 Advertising, Print...

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