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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 June 1830

Hobart-town, 14th. June, 1830. IT being the intention of the Government to commence forthwith two establishments at   New Town, on a large scale, for male and female orphans, as also for the children of poor, dis- tressed parents, and several of the inhabitants having expressed an anxious desire, that a church   should be connected with these establishments and also their wish to contribute to its erertion, in conjunction with the Government by pecuniary   donations and cartage, the under-mentioned gen- tlemen have undertaken, at the request of His   Excellency the Lieutenant Governor, to act as a Committee for the purpose of collecting and receiving all subscriptions, and paying the amount into the office of the Collector of Internal Reve- nue, for the above purpose, namely,     The Members of the Orphan School Com- mittee and Messrs. Jocelyn Thomas, Roseway'       J...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 June 1830

MRS. MIDWOOD will he happy to engage with a YOUNG LADY competent to undertake the situation of Assistant in her Establishment.   Roxbro' House, June 24,1830. ON SALE AT the Stores oí the Undesigned, on the Wliarf - rn\ lot's double brown stout m hogsheads lied wine in pipe« t'lld) in put cheon« and hhds. Blandy in pieoes aud hhds. ; Gin in hluh. Port and Slurry «{ne in pipes and butt* Slop clothing of eery description C ir rope ot <lifl\ nut sizes I 1 ol»icco in ba>>ki N 'lea in chests, half chests, and 5 catto boxes I le of Fiance sugar hy the bag Lngliih snap in 501 b. boxes 3 and 4 > uthel sacks Liverpool cull in bags ' Mustard, ptoblcs and sauces Chtusarah segara in boxes í WooCand otJMjc «.oionMl produce receivrtl in pay- ment, p J-«id w*. MAW LB. June 2*, 1830. _ ~ON SALB AT the Store« of the undersigned, <» few Hun d ed bushels of good O A I'S. ' J. and W. MAWLE. June 24,1810. MK, PHILLIPS, commander of the ship Eli- zabeth, caution...

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND, Viewed as a Penal Colony. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 June 1830

VAK DIEMENS LAND, . th ¡Vïetced Mt at Pjñial Çoionyt &d v ¡iWe last week touched briefly on the trcat tnentof the convict population as adopted *% Mié Government in this colony. Inde- pendent of,tlie, interest which our local si- tuation compels ns to take in* this subject, our attention has been called more especially to its consideration, by the Various essays and opjnions vyhi,ch hate latelybçeu promul- gated in the mother countrj.i through the. channel of the usual periodical works of-the day. From t^he general arguments and ten- dency of the'se papers it is however evident that the writers of them, though perhaps in other respects able political economists, have never had the advantage of a personal "inspection, and must lune drawn theirtnfor-1 tnation fiom suth second hand sources as p-cvented »hem trom viewing the subject ini it-, true light« Ithas indeed been longa matter um« ii to be regretted, that the real state of these colonies should be so imperfectlv, or! rath...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, JUNE 26, 1830. THE KING'S SPEECH. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 26 June 1830

The Courier.   SATURDAY. JUNE 26, 1830. THE KING'S SPEECH. Agreeably to adjournment, Parliament was opened on the 4th of February, when the Lord Chancellor delivered the following Speech :- " My Lords and Gentlemen,   " We are commanded by His Majesty to inform you, that His Majesty receives from all foreign Power» the strongest assurances of their desire to maintain and cultivate the most friendly relations   with this country. " His Majesty has seen with satisfaction, that the war between Russia and the Ottoman Pone has been brought to a conclusion. " The efforts of His Majesty to accomplish the main object of the treaty of the 6th. of July. 1827, have been unremitted.   " His Majesty having concerted measures with his allies for the pacifcation and final settlement of Greece, trusts that he shall be enabled at an early period, to communicate to you the particu- lars of this arrangement, with such information as may explain the c...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 July 1830

1MPO UN pED, AT tbe public pound, Glenarchy, June 16th. 1 red steer, branded /^J off lup. damages to Govett, .esq. 5s Jane l8, 1 brown bullo le, snail horns, 110 ot Ml) mar ribs, sear on the off iib«. If these animals he not claimed and redeemed willuri the time allowed by law, they will lie sold liv nie at tlie »aid pound on Wednesday the 7th of July 1830, according lo the provisions of the impounding act. Paled this 18th da; pf Jpne 1830. JOHN GTJSS, Pouudkeeper. COURP OP REQUESTS > Far the District»/ ,\éw Norfolk. llkTOTICk is hereby .given, that this court will X^t be held on I luirsday the ôtli day of August nest, and ontlie first Thursday of every succeed- ing mouth, at ten o'clock. All plaints in causes to be tried before this court must be filed on or before the 15tli day of the preceding pionth, together with full particulars in writing of tlie plaintiff's demand. EDWD. DUMARESQ, Com. New Norfolk, June 21, I8i0. Printed and Published at the Hobart Town Cimrùr ' Office, i...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 July 1830

J SPRENT; A. M. respectfully íntiraaies/ttÍAt .^, w .'-''hi; opened hi» School on Thursday last, tbe X-S'f; Julji /The houf, in (he winter ' month»..,,will' lie from y t<< 12.¡n. tlie. rooming and. frontil jo 4 Jn th¿ afternoon, und'in the «umraer the »ame hours will lie adopted,' but willi the addition of an 'hour' froili 7 to 8 in ¿lie iirorniug to tillite engaged in tbe (»nguig ep.v.,; ?.??v.,t >;;v¡. ??. \y.".-,.. . .. .'.,,;'-";';J;¡.; ... .-' .... A writing,muster will be provided.-V ..,7,: ;':'" '"?'":? , FRU.T TREES. ". * V ''" ' MR.' J. ESHÈ, of B»Kdiid.- ha« for »ittë a! .sim-II ¡quantity of cluiioq FrniiTieet; which he will deliver., iii. Hol>srt tuitn .fur5«. 'a.pivce,",.and warrant them »>f the finest quality. ' July lilSjQ. ; .'. . ..... " \ ,'-':'. : >;:":; FnuiivTRiíps.; ,;,;,.:,.-;^;..': ' J^OR Sale,' about 400 grafted Apple Trees, of JP ...'¿, 3; and ,4 years growth, iu quantities to suit, purciiasersi consisting ,bf Kipston pippin...

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SUMMARY of the proceedings of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, from the commencement of the Session, 1830, Feb.4. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 July 1830

SUMMARY of the pr The King's speech having been read the Duke of Buccleugh moved the address in the House of Lords, which was seconded by Lord Saltoun. These gentlemen point- ed out that one of the most important ques- tions that would come before their Lordships would be the revision of the Courts of Law, with a view to facilitate the course of jus- tice. A great cause of the present distress     among the agricultural classes was the law cold and wet Summer, and the bad harvest] and among the manufacturers the having 'to contend with other nations siuce the] peace, so that the profits arising from 100 baleSiOf .manufactured goods did not now¡ «quai, those obtained formerly from sixty bales. | Earl Stanhope moved an amendment, that the address should contain an intimation of their Lordship's intention to inquire into, and to find a remetly for the present distressed state of the country. He said they had been told in metaphorical language, that a slight cl...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 July 1830

GOODS per WAVE. GEORGE LANGFORD lias openrd Gros de Naples, Satsnet«, Persians, Nor» ich Crapes An dopant assortment of Petersham and other Ribbons, black Galloons, #c. $c. Book and figured Muslins Fiiglish silk Handkei chiefs Ladies' white silk Gloves White, »carlet, Nankeen, and raven sewing Silks Reel Cotton, white and coloured ditto StiflPncr«, spring Garters,' Needles, best mixed Pins, (»lack ditto, London made top Boot? _ A small assortment of *ell selected ßoola Copy-books and Pencils. THE DERWENT BANK. A Meeting of the proprietors will be holden at the Banking douse in Davev street, on Wednesday the 14-tli July, for declaring the half yearly dividend, and for other purposes connected 'with'the affair» of the institution. 1 he «(tendance of every; shareholder is particularly requested. ¡ STEPHEN ADLY, Cashier. * Davey, street, June 28,1830. RICHMOND HOUSE, Liverpool-sth et. M PAINE has just opened a choice assort . ment of Goods, consisting of real Wjtney blankets, Welsh flan...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 July 1830

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS. GOVERNMENT NOTICE [No. 125.] Co-   -lonial Secretary's Office, July 1st, 1830. - Certificates of freedom have been granted to the un- dermentioned persons: -       Thomas Burke, 833, Sir Charles Forbes. Hannah Barton, 70, Mary. Ann Gee, 39, do. *~10VERNMENT NOTICE, [Nól'126.] Colo^ \JT- linïal Sectetaiv's Office. July 1.1830.- . Th« Lieutenant Governor bas béeD pleased to grant, .¿»j the undermentioned indulgences':<- " C* <lh * .< TICKETS OF LEAVE, *? %** T v.rÄines Foleyy88, Alixsmder. 0 Samnel Donn, «14. Counters Harcourt. , ' ;> ?- RobèitMajfjS91,do.. t.-, ' ThomasTarrt.llí-187. Caledonia, (2>\ ' v Samuel Kowen, 62!rCompetitor; .,'v John Boswond, 765. Gliapmarr.; , %, 1 Barnard Graham.402, Guildford. . ? ! John Outridge, r, LnruLMelvillev ,..;. - Edward Smith, 594, Lord Hiinur-oid. . John Williamson. 630, Lady Ea.» ^ John Murpbv, 77, Wihervi. : William Cli...

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The Courier. SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 3 July 1830

The Courier. SATURDAY, JULY 3, 1830.   Arrived on Wednesday evening the 30th Jun.     the brig Elizabeth, 224 tons, Capt Oliver Swan.     from Sydney 13th June, with goods. Passengers Charles McLachlan, Esq. lady and child, Captain Wentworth of the 63rd regt. and lady, Mr. and Mrs   Thorn, Mr. and Mrs. Cole. Lieut Briton, R N. Mr Brown, Mr. Lathman, Mr. Farnill, Mr. Watson, Mr. H. Wilson, Miss Mary Anne Wilson, Mr. Jermott, Mr. W. W. Wells, Mr W. Hamilton, Mr. James Thompson. Mr. John Wright and Mary Wright.   Sailed this morning, the brig Volusia, Captain Hannan, for Glasgow, with the following cargo:-     7 Casks arrow root, 8 do. sperm oil, 21 logs she oak, 5 do. gum, 70 tons barks, 2 cases curiosities and 136 bales of wool. Vessels in the Harbour this day 3d July 1830. Ships Elizabeth (Capt Phillips), Mary and Flora. Bark Wave. Brigs Elizabeth (Capt Swan), and Car...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 July 1830

Printed and Published at the Hobart Town Courier 0//ite, i» Lieerptml-street, by JAMES ROSS «/ Ltccrpoot-itreet, aforesaid. *rice one Shilling, nr ten Shilliigs per qukrter* p tul in adrante. AJcirtisements of 8 Lines »ni under, 3s. (W. : above 8 tiwi, 3d. per tin*.

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 July 1830

GEORGE TUCKWELL,   COACH MAKER,           BEGS leave to inform Ihe inli ihila^ts of Ho 'bait town and its vicinity, that he has coni meiiced business in Liverpool street, adjoining Mr. Guy's «shere Uentlenieu may have Carriages and Gi^'s of,u\} descriptions made and lepaired, supe ii i to any made in the colong, and equal to any imported from Lr.iidon A. It .1 nst rei»i\eil fiom Loudon, and always open for inspection, ¿selection ot pat'ems drawn to seale on light and improved principle«, ot'Car n igi -, Oigs, Äc oi all desciiptiousaiid latest fashions. ' l-?-? | In'the Will of Joseph' Cummins, late of Hobart i town,'Van Uiemcn's land, Dealer. ' ' NOTICE is hereby given that Probate of the , ,W>U of, Joseph Cummin», deceased,, has been gi anted, to Ipun Bell and William Morgan Or», of Hobait town,'Merchants, the Extcutors therein named,1, diidttftat all persons having any! denian dff'Upon the Estate of t...

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PARLIAMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 July 1830

PARLIAMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. House, of Lords, Feb. 9.-The Earl of Glenfall took his «at (a Catholic peer) ia the room of the Marquis of Headfort, .de- ceased. Lord Ellenborough moved for a commit- tee to inquire into the East India trade and the state of the company's affairs. Both his Majesty'sjniinisters, he said, and the direc- tors of the company were sensible that blame attached somewhere, and were anxions for a reduction of the expenditure. The com- pany had latterly lowered the duties on «roods into India, as for instance the duty of 5 per cent, ou woollen and other goods was entirely taken off, while that on cotton ma- nufactured goods had been lowered from 7¿ to 1-j- per cent. Their Lordships were called upon to consider whether it would be possi- ble to continue the government of India in tl.e East India Company, without the assist- ance of England ? The Marquis of Lansdowne said it would be no difficult task to shew that the happi- ness of the people, the millions of...

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The Courier. SATURDAY. JULY 10. 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 July 1830

Cfje Courier. SATURDAY. JULY 10. 1830. J Arrived «n the 3d instant, the hark Orelia, Capt W. Hudson, from Port Louis, and Swan River, 15th ultimo, with 2123 bags su»ar, consigned to Mr. John Kerr. 32 casks rum, 13 ditto wine, anda quan- tity of agrièultural implements, J. T. (ielli brand esq. Passengers from hie of France, Capt. Roe, II. £. I. Company's service From Swan River, (Lieut. Pedder, 63d regt.) brother of His Honour Chief Justice Ped- der; and Mr. Sheiwin. Ageuts, Messrs. Kemp & Co. > ' : Arrived yesterday Ii. M. colonial brig Prince Leopold from Launceston. Sailed, titi« morning, the Elizabeth, Capt. Phillips, with part of her import cargo and 5000 kangaroo and opossum skin, for S\dney. Sailed this morning the ship Flora, Capt. Sherriff, for Sydney, with part of her import cargo, and 22 cases copper, muskets, flasks and belts, shipped at this port. Passengers, J. G. Briggs, esq. Thos. Maiuey. Mr. Win. Lyall, and Mary Darlow. > > Wheat and other articles o...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 July 1830

THE GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS. GOVERNMENT NOTICE fNo. 129-1 Co- lonial Secretary's Office, July 7th', 1830 Certificóles of freedom bave been granted to the un- dermentioned persons: Samuel Nash, alias Quilter, 1 Sir William Bens- ley, i William Drage, 551, Chapman, Bv Hu Excellency's Command, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, [No. '130.] Colo- nial Secretary's Office. July 7. 1830. The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to grant die undermentioned indulgences : TICKETS OF LEAVE, Thomas Johnson, 196 Caledonia 2. ; John Lamph, n0, Castle Forbes. Owen Monaghan, renewed, Minerva. Bv His Excellency's Command, J. BURNETT, ÍGOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 131 .-Colonial T Secretary's Office, July 7, lb30. The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to approve of the following appointments to the Po- lice of the Teuitoiy: Mr. Richard Pybus, tobe a special constable. Thomas Pennington, to be constable from the 1st instant. John ince,' 51, Lady Harewood, to act a9 con- stable at Charlies Hope, Police D...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 10 July 1830

VAN DIEMEN'S LAND SOCIETY. THh Treasurer requests tlmt tlic Members will transmit their Subscriptions to linn, <m or before the 20th inst. A. TURNnULt, Secretary and Treasurer. Campbcll-st. July 5, 1830. ' %HE DERWENT BANK. A "Meetingof the proprietor» will be holden nt the Bank ¡np douse in Davev street, on Wednesday the 14th July» for dcclnring the half ^ early dividend, and for ot'icr pin posos connected with the affairs of the institution. 'I he intendance of every shareholder is partienlai Iv requested. STEPHEN ADtY, Cashier. 1 Davey~$trcct" June 2fy 1630. """ GOODS per WAVE. GEORGE LANGFORD has opened Gros de Naples, Sarsnets, Persians, Nor«ich Crapes Ap elegant assortment .of Petersham and other Ribbons, black Galloons, ice. $-c. Hnok ahd %urrd Muslins English silk Handkerchiefs Ladies' white silk Glove« White, »carlet, Nankeen and raven sewing Silks Reel Cotton, white and coloured ditto J Siiflner«, spring Garteis, Needle«, ^est mixed Pins, black ditto, London mad...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 July 1830

AT a Mcctingóf the Proprietor«, liPliltlií^ílaV, anividenil.was íleciar.-tl, fi)r:tht>'Imlf-yeäv j ending on tlie, 3 Vtli'. u.lt¡ino, of £6-per share.be'ing ! at the .late «f 1,6 percent ,pir ánniim. ';.'' r;";'.. ^^;sv.\-;;;'Wiii.|i\]viiijioy,;":^\ '"!-:'.'.'"!.'"'."? '.'?'?''" 'Managing Uireét'óri D¡Vvcy-'i.t.reet,tJ;i,ily:t4 183Ó.'.' '?".?:?. >. >'?'; ..'?/.'" i- 'rcqiiifpil i'hvj h''Itaclit'lq'r;/ ¿lio is-'engaged tlie arrárcr p.iit'bf the' tlay;* "vv^-Viw ..! ?*.w\;i.¿ti«: \ ';i Li'tters! stating parthùilnre, aildrcsseil-,' ¡fïi . Jîf- ! aiid.fVft at tlie Office^ of'tliM,l'apcr, ', will ..be. im; ! -'jiiciliiilcly attended ,'tôV-' '.'?' ' '??' ',' .'"' .'?-;..' ' '' i ?:??- .'?? ¡t.:-.i,;: r.^i-»,. .; 'rj-^.;av:t::i:i.^<-^íi-: \ ¡?'i:^ .?..:..^- '-A-'-HplJsííi F&fiMiiiyxï.:*'. "¿à*- ! TO T.Fly in' the most clhtrnl :iAri:¿ of l,¡yei>; pool-sfrer-t,"y lioii.se;>cbt»ráliiVní^?.'?«'.' shop, a ; pjirloiir, t"0 heMroonisj' and a li'akchbHse¿. ? willi...

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PARLIAMENT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 July 1830

PARLIAMENT, OP, THE UNITED House of Lords, Feb. 11-Lord Gode- rich presented a petition complaining of the agricultural disWss", whicli, berne redd»tn^/ Lordships jtdjournedl there being no busi- ness before the House. House of Commons, Feb. 11.-After va- rious notices and motions of little interest to us in these remote colonies, Mr. N. Cal- vert brought forward his motion to prevent bribery and corruption in the borough of East Retford. 1 Mr. Tennyson fnovetl as an amendment, that the franchise be transferred to Bir- mingham. , - Lord Howick aske«* why the borough of East Retford was alone to be punished when the case was equally notorious against several other boroughs. Grampound, Penryn, and East Retford were to be thrown up to the fury of the reformers, as m Spain the mantle was held up to catch the attention of the bull, and then abandoned to its rage, while the assailant escaped be- hind it. He then read a set of resolutions that bribery and corruption Were used as instrument...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 July 1830

ÏHB GAZETTE OF THIS DAY CONTAINS. GOVERNMENT NOTICE, [No. 184] Colo rial Secretary's Offioe. July 14. 1830. The Lieutenant Governor bas been pleased to grant the undermentioned indulgence :-* TICKET OF LEAVE, James Clark. 680, Lady East. By His Excellency's Command, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE fNo. 135.] Co Ionia! Seoretsry's Office, July 14. 1830. Certificates of freedom have been granted to the an' dcrmentioned persons . Henry Evans the jr. 149, Chapmaa, 1. Edward Chambers, 648, do. 1. James Ashe, 14, Chapman, 1817. Isaac Redtnayne, $68, Asia, 1. John Rich, 3S3, Pnoenix, 2. By His Eicellency's command, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. [No. 132 ] Colo   nial Secretary's Office, July 14, 1830 -   The Lieutenant Governor has been pleased to appoint Mr Ronald Gonn lo he Assistant Superin tendent of Convicts at Launceston vice Mr. Sinclair, Who liai requested permission to resign. By His Excellency's Command, J. BURNETT. GOVERNMENT NOTICE. No. 133.—Colonial &a...

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The Courier. SATURDAY. JULY 17, 1830. [Newspaper Article] — The Hobart Town Courier — 17 July 1830

The Courier. SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1830. The ship Flora has put back to port through stress of weather.   Last week the bark Nimrod arrived at     Launceston from Canton, via Sydney, with a cargo of tea sugar, and China goods, for Capt. Harvie, and Mr. Flaherty.       On Saturday the brig Dart arrived at   Launceston from Siyney, and on Monday the schooners Resolution, Henry, and the Prince Regent, and brig Queen Charlotte, all from   Sydney, were reported as coming up the Tamar. Exports per Volusia, which sailed for Glasgow on the 1st inst. viz. shipped by Messrs Crombie & Co. 70 tons loose mimo- sa bark, 5 logs gum tree wood, 21 do. she- oak, 56 bales wool marked G, 4 do. M, 17 do. J, consigned to Ed Walkinshaw, and 51 bales wool marked T, to order. Shipped by Mr. James Corbet, 1 bale wool TC to order. Shipped by Mr J. Clark, i do. WC to do By Mr. M'Lachlan, 12 do. ML to do...

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