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CRICKET IN THE SOUTH. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 July 1861

CRICKET IN THE SOUTH. AN Australian lyrist will never write a Lydia die per omîtes. Au Australian Lydia would very .speedily send her Sybaris to the rightabout, if, instead of mingling with his mates in manly exercise, he spent his time io pattering after her like a ridiculous poodle. A sighing mollycoddle docs not suit the taste of the spirited " cuircticy lass." Tho lover she wants is a saucy, plucky young fellow, who can wear his sun bronzed, black-rjbhoned '"cabbage-tree" with n defiant cork in any company of men, in Indies'society make all the other girK jealous ol' hoi by his good looks and drol k-iy, and wabz her nut of liienlh. He liliisl ne able to take a fly off » bullock's hack \>ith die silken end of his Mock-whip lush. or, cinching the said lash above his head, nilli a lcport like a volley fiom a revolver, -uliseqiiently coil it round his feet in sntlke 'ike cniivolulions. Ile must he reedy lo i.<ck any horse, and ridp bim anywhither. Very noble must be th...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
NEWS AND NOTES. Serious Outbreak at Lambing Flat. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 July 1861

) Ja KtWvS A. SB' TO WEE*® I '* -&ÍÍL*_ BY A SYDS'BY MAN. S" ! Serious Outbreak at l¿ !, Lambing ' Ma Ix the biief interval that has elapsed since tho depart me of the Tolegr.i[1h, tho.vvhnle cottntfj', so'inr as the news ii» yet ekfonded, has been thrown into a stnto of exeilément by ¡ni cmcuie at Lambins Flat last Sunday night, an attack on the police, the-defeat of the rioters with coii"iilcrab!i' loss, and sttb sequcnl abandonment ,r>f ,the gold field to the mob. The\guV(u,iuiietit quartets1 have been bm'nt down,' the1 police and bank managers have taken refuge at Yass, hundreds arc liuiryiiigaiviy to Burrangong, a loree of nearly ' three hundred in fmtry, artillery, hnr-.o ¡mil foot police, sailors, and in.iritic.s aro on their wiy to Liimliiiig Fi.it. Cnl'iiicl K> rnpt take, chief command ; and bcfotc'tliii' day e.-i ek martial law will ho in force at Ritrrii gin.g. Thi» i» the ni'ivs, in brief. . It "l ty b > c >i, venieiit, however, to pi ¡ce it a l.tll" ...

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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OUR LONDON LETTER. (FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENT.) LONDON, MAY 10, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 July 1861

OUR LONDON LETTER. (moil OUU OWN CORRI'SFONDPNT ) LOMM» MAY 10, 1801. ?\ii haionows fiom Ameuei that Piesident 1 uieolii i sitcu aw u pioelumationimthel jth ot Vmil unlordei d ont the Mihtiaol the t- i ci al States ot the Union amounting to 7J 000 men He say s that piobubly tho hist son icos ol th" foi ces w ill be to i c possess the torts places md propel tv which lune been « uod 1 ort SunUur has been gan isoncd by the Pilmotlo Guilds the loit is haul to he b mied ti iincnslu.il notapiitiele of wonl woik hnving been lett though as legaids lim bom dolences thcloit is niid to boas ..oodasoici thi caseiniteJ nie peifeetaud the guns m punie condition Extensive pie paiations aio being made hy the lcdeial g >v eminent tor wai and foi the dclonco ol Wislungton The Govciiims of Kentucky ÎSoitli Otiolina inilMissouu havcietiised to biipplv tioops toi the 1 edel al government I ho 1 edcial fleet has lett Cb nie ton loi Now Yoik l'icsidciit Dills has issued a pioch mition authoiisin j lett...

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Commercial Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 July 1861

©«»ÎÎllMt'ïVj»»! asstl'IJÍ'S'ÍMSOC. -?!!>----- I |l MB. J. HjrKisi so d, on Saturday, .-it his i y Bazin r, several lots ol' liors.js, at uood prices. | a Alsq,.at the i-o nu» of Mus sr*!. Hopkin* and ..li Crawford, furniture, pictures, vclvut, fancy, ¡ ji goods, &c. j s( Mr. A. M'l-.Hn .»old. on Satinl.iy, at tim , ^ corner of (.-¡corgu ttud Elizabeth, struèts, i'urni- j ... tuve, &n. ; and at his roo.u;:, lloür.'-TnSiao, ! lv ohii.'-in. butter, dnin'rv, tut 1 .?¡'!.bit,s;:,'ii fall .' val' ?*. ;.. ' -, ". , líocKqüAiT.i.N- MAHKKTS.-Bird and 'Wor- "' maid's Report.-lu consequence of tbo heavy j *h rains willoh Imvo fallen sineo your last issue, j sh (anil which lins caused stock "huMiic-ss to > te 1 at a stand-still) we have no nlteiation to I mako in our quotations. TliV only station' which wo have to w ¡port is four blocks on Oonno's Crock, Broad Sound, f or which A.J00 has been paid.-Bulle tin, loth . fitly.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Local Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 July 1861

JLocaS ïniteUBifteHce, BOTANICAL G-ARDENB.-Tho Melbourne Age alludes thus flatteringly to tho valuable ser- vices rendered to this colony by Mr. Walter Hill, the director of these gardens :-" There are now growing in the Botanic Gardens at Brisbane (as wo learn from the first annual report of the director) trees and plants, orna- mental and productive, of all countries. Among thom may bo mentioned-the allspice, clove, nutmeg, cinnamon, and black popper ; tho coffee plant, Paraguay and Chinese tea ; the camphor, tamarind, and bread fruit; the caper plant, tobacco, rice, and American sar- saparilla ; the cocoanut, date, doum, and Guinea oil palms; six species of guava; the mango; the rose, malay, custard, anti star apples; sour sop, s weat sop; the chori moya, alligator pear, Ciiinosa date plum, and sopadilla plum; the gvütiadilla, edible hoveuia, arcca nut, and jas i fruit truo; the lougau, lutchie, and jujtihc; the papau tree, argan tree, lima bark tree ol'Jamnicn, logwood, teak tre...

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The Courier. MONDAY, JULY 22, 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 July 1861

S/fe Couríav ilOXH 13-, JULY 22, 1801. TIIK lawless portion of the Burrangong miners have, to use ' a homely exnrussiou, *. brought their pigs tu a nice market'' at List. 'Three of the ringleaders in the hilo outrages on tim Chinese having been ar rested, an armed bjdy of mitlers, numbering from eisht hundred to a thousand men, at- tacked the police camp on the night of l.is>t Sunday week, and demanded the surrender of the prisoners. This was, of e.mt-se, re- fused, and a conflict ensitPd, ending in the dispersion ol' the rintors, with two or three killed and several wounded. Two of iho police officers wore also injured, ami several horses killed on both sides. Infuriated at thin defeat, the mincis pveputed to rise in a body, vowing vengeance .and death against the police. That body num. beroi! only lifty-seveu mon, while the digger*! were anning to the number of sonic three thousand. To have awaited such an un- equal contest as this would have been madness, and accordingly the p...

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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LATEST INTELLIGENCE. [BY TELEGRAM.] (From 13th to 17th July). MELBOURNE. Monday, 7 p.m. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 July 1861

LATEST T\TftrXTGBVOB. [BY Tlîl.KGUAM.] (From J:îth t.. 17ih .July). MELBOURNE. Monday, 7 p.m. Mr. InnfiAsn has resigned the Attorney Generalship, owing to diffetencos with his colleagues on protection and pensions. The lir*t hatch of writs arc issued for the now As*embly. Mr. Wright has iirrii'oii from Adelaide. HissUtfinento respecting the exploration are not yet. published. , Two camel.-, supposed to he those lost by Mr. Will*, have been found at Mount Victor, north of South Au»trali,i. Business very dull. «Several small failures reported iu Mel. bourne, Geelong, &c. Bulks have raisud exchange 1 percent. Mo-sis. Bergen Brollier*' liabilities aro only £30,000 Mr. W. 11. Nicholson's esiate is «en* inlo the court. Tlie Postmaster-General promised a depu- tation to reconsider free issue of shipping telegram-*. Wind N.'with rain. Off Capo Otway, Ocsan Chief, from Liver po d, C9 days. "_ Tuesday, 7 p.m. Tho writs aro out for tho new Assembly. Ministerial programme is announced i...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 July 1861

ANNIVERSARY SERVICES OF THE prcsbyteriA» <DEanar«B». On TUESDAY EVENING, the 23rd, tliere will be a SOIItEK held in the Church, ut half nast six. Vannin ministers and »rentlemen of Brisbane and ijiswich will luldresi the meeline TIOKh'IS-T»o hhillinas caob-to lie lind at Mr Gray's, Ge-rge-sireet; Messrs. Buxton, bookseller, nnd Boden, upholsterer, Q.ucn atreet . and from the Oilico bearers ot tins Church, and at the duur on the evening of the T Collections will be mnde at all the Services, to aid ¡» reiunii g the doht on the Church. Bank of Kew South Wales. A BRANCH of this Bank was opened for general business, at ROCKHAMPTON, on the 1st .Inly instant. _ NOTICE, t_ £10 K3 WARD. STOLEN' or STRAYED1 from Mogan, Weir River, near Calundoon, Darling Down» Dis trict.ii Hay HOR-ilî, branded UM near shoulder, and saddle marked on near side. TIIB above re- ward will be paid,* if stolen.-on conviction, and £5 if strajed.on delivery to Charles Weatherull or Jacob and tt'.' Low, Walt...

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 July 1861

SHU» MAILS. The mail» per ( ¡urenci, tor Maryborough, Glad- stone, nnil ituoMiuitiptoii, '.rill ulosu at the General l'.wtOllieeiislol.oiiH - Fur regi'teted lett et-, this eu-niíi«, ut 5 o'clock. Onllniiry letters ninl newspapers to-niortowniioin iiifî-, »t Do'ulotk.

Publication Title: Courier, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Qld, Australia
Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 22 July 1861

Sfclivgrtn« *.» felllgencu. AUK» VED. jrjut 20.-Clarence, »teal nt.r) Captain Cottier, from the Northern Ports. F" isengers-Messrs. Barnett, Alamil, Haig. Brook« t Aifams, Callaghan, Dr. Hamilton, mid 17 In ti ,e steerage. July 21.-Yarra in ern, steamer, 560 tons, Cap- tain Bell» from 8v, jpy- Passengers-Mrs. Bell and child, Mr. nnu Mrs. Aitken, and 9 in the steel ace. , ?Tilly 21.-Fjagle (..<.;, Ciptaln Paddle, from Port Denison, via 1 jtockhnmpuui. Paswiigers from Port Denison-C ¿ptuin R. Towns, Mesw-s. Giegory, Hood, Berjiiett. Black, Myles, Dr. M. Somers. From H-jckhamptnn-Messis. Chemist, Vickery, Birdson, Landaburough, and 1 in the steerage. IMPORTS. Clarence: 1 cask tallow, li. Douglas; 1 plough, .T Markwell; 1 case, li. Towns ; 1 case, J. and C. 'Phillips; lot machinery, Government; 1 box, Poole. , , , Yarra Yarra : 1 case, I package, 1 cask salmon, « tins biscuits, T. Kinski ; 1 case, 1 case tobacco, se. Campen ; 2 trunks, 1 case, J. Grogan : 1 pack- age saddlery...

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MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MONDAY (YESTERDAY). [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 July 1861

MUNICIPAL COUNCIL. MOXnAY (YlîSÏEllBAY). THE usual meeting of the Municipal Council was held at tho Council Chambers, ycstciday afternoon. All the membcis wcio piosent. r MlUF-jPOVMNC'l). The TOWN* OIIIIK J cul the letter wntton by him to the goveuinient on behalf of ibu coipoiatioa, cuuiosiiig tho losolution of the council passed on tho 8th instant, lequestiii"' the go\eminent to open a linu ot .stieett thiough bcctions 21,22, 17 and l8, to Saul btioet, to meet the now line of io id between the new gaol and tho Noith Quay. rruiioNS A petition wis iei.1 ti oin Mi Dime con ti lotoi tin impiovo noiitsin Wickham ton ice statiu0 tli it i ince cnteimg into tho coniuct be li id to ind wages md ottiei e\pciioos muoh gieitoi thiin he o\peoted and that he li id elected the budge tv,o foot higher than the p! ins whioh euctuiistuioo ho prijed the council to tak>. into then eousidoii tiou This petition \ s "Iso signed b3 1 lumbei ot 10 Milonta ot the neijrhboihood in which the co iti ict w i...

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SHIP MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 July 1861

SHIP MAILS Tho mails per Yarra Yurru, for New South AVulcs, Victoria', South Australia, mid Tasmania, will closent the General Poit Oltice, this day, us follows : .For registered letters, at 4o'clock this afternoon. Ordinary letters and newspupurs, at 5 o'clock, this afternoon.

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Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Commercial Intelligence. LONDON WOOL SALES. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 July 1861

Commercücil ttant^ESaceíse«. -*- 1 LONDON WOOL SALES. 1 '¿.i SAM: hy Messrs. J. T. Simes and Co., Mon $.; day. May 13th : '"' Ex Cairngorm : K and R over Rosevale, G at 23Jd.. (> at 23d.. C> at 22id., 7 at 22d., 3 at 21(1., 1 nt löd.: II ovcr^, G ¡it 2Gd., 12 at 2-tJd.; Macarthur, 19 at 21 d.. 1 at 17d., 2 at lGil: ; Julian over Queensland, l8 nt 23¿d G ut 27d., a at 254-1., 1 at 2,5d.; PUL mid Mc iu diamond, S at 28Jd., 23 ut 27*d" 1« nt 27d LS .-it 2öid., 7 ¡it 2(!d.. 10 tit ÍÍ^Ad., 4 at 22d., 1 at 18d., 1 nt'O'd. ; TT over 'T over Callandoon, 5 ut 30.1., 13 at 2S4d., 0 nt 28il., (J at 27«., (i at 27d., 1 at 22d;; over Uooniburra, 12 in 23d 1 ¡it 21d.,f4fat I8d., C nt 12(1., 2 at lOd ; over Jonrtaryan.;25'iit 14d., G ut 10¿d., 8 at Od.; TT overjJP over Glenmore, G at 2lid., 1 at 23*d l' at 20id"'l at 9d. Ex Jason : Julian over Queensland, G at Sm 21id., 5 at 2 Id., 1 at 23R/1 at 20Jd. Sf Salo 'by Messrs. J. Hi Edenborough ami $L Co.. Tuesday. May l-l ;-. 4 » ¡¡$5 .Ex Li Ilog...

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TRADE CIRCULARS.—WOOL. [MESSRS. O. JACOMB AND SON.] London, 25th May. 1861. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 July 1861

TRADE CIRCULARS.-WOOL. [MES3Í1S. O. JACOMB AND faOX.] » Londou, 25t¡j JJav. 1SS1. t xjuiitiou, aoia ¡May, löW. The public Bales of coloni ti wool which have, been in progress sinco Oth instant, will close onjftth proximo. Tho uiir.rlu iif tiuu» j for salo, aftor doducting wools fon.-aided to Lo Nortu, Fwn.cc, and HoJluud, were- ' There bave been Of which catalogued to were wools date. withdrawn , ';' ' ' or not i * offered in .Mureh. 12,011 "bales, Anstnilian. 9122bales... C3 bales "- Victorian "S:... 11781 ...1103 Tasmania '. 3758 ... - Adelaide..'.. 8262 ...1315 Swan River ... 528 ... - New Zeulnnd... 170 ... - Cape . 5340 ... 219 5S.580 * ' , 38.9G1 2700 Leaving atout 24,000 bales still to be offered. Fully G00 bales Victoria have been withdrawn to this date. : ' Notwithstanding the ominous aspect of affairs in the North American States, and the increased value« of money arising from the it renewed drain of specie thereto, which lins had its effect on tho trade of tho country, we...

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Letter to the Editor. THE GRAMMAR SCHOOL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 July 1861

BJ eil i« a" Cu frSaiî'flSiîiSor. THE GUAMMAlt SGHOOT,. J.AXJUI u¿WA.l»-LJ»l¿X.i-»< OUiXWUXJ. . Sin,-Lest your notice of the Grammar School in this morning's Courier should lead any one astray cither in town or country, contrary to your intention, and in order that parents wishing to ¡rive tlieir sons the advan- tages of tho institution may not bo put to in- convenience by making premature arrange- ments, ,1 am sure yon will pormit mo to inform the publie that tho' statements in your notice are not quite oiirroct. The Grammar School i" not yet open, pro., perly speaking. All that hah been yet dono is merely preliminary, Tlie boys haye boon carefully examined, sonio efforts have boon made to assign thom their several classes ¡ and their relative attainments, tastes, pros- pects, and destinations have been the subject (if pntiont and skilful investigation. Tho house on "Wickham Terrace is undergoing some necessary alterations ; suitablo school ftirnittuc, fittings, and prop...

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TALLOW AND HIDES. (GOAD, RIGG, AND CO.) [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 July 1861

TALLOW AND HIDES, (OOAI), 1ÎI0G, ASD CO.) Australian hides must again ho quoted at {¡i. per lb. lower. The demand has not boen activo, and only n moderato business done. Tho sales since (Uli ultimo comprise 1S.929 hides; Sydney, first heavy, ,14g to ¿JJ J 11).. öd. toönd. : d'"0. 71¿lb., 4Jd. ; ditto, first light, 39ft to 42 lb., 4¡\d. Melbourne, first heavy, Oûft to til¿ Jb., 4;Jd. to 4Jd. ; ditto, inferior. G1 ¿ to G2Í Ib., 4¿d. to 4 id. ; first light. 42$ to 43} lb., 'Id. to 4¿ti. ; ditto inferior, 43 to 4o§ lb., ajd. ; second class, Sid. to 4¿d. ; third elliss, 2-}d. ; best kips, 20¿ Ib., 4¿d. ; second class kips, 17jr to 214 Ib., ílfld. per lb. Tmport, 27,635 hides. Present btock, 43,G15 bides. Sheep and Lamb Skins.-Buenos Ayres sheep aold heavily at public sales on tho 2nd instant, and fair and good skins must again bo quoted ¿d. to ¿d. per lb. lower ; the low, burry, and dirty sorts arc unsaleable, except at a considerable decline on late rates. Lamb- skins maintain about for...

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E[?]l Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 July 1861

Einen! BPSCÍ'ÜJBC««»»»;!», Pi L« n TCI r i\ CULI cn-lins (fucscLi}) is the eicniii» ippoiutcd foi holduif th suico in cjimet tin i with the illinois ii} mees of the ni o o pi ico of worlup in "Vim sti"e Pool u \ s U\iioi»r-Hie lottoi CUHCIS j e it iliv tin ned o til i i c y s u ii t hillt- urn foi ni co it uith sculct tulls and coll u and i toi audible black lint with i "cid lice lund As i \ hole the uuiloiiii is pic isin_r t ) tlioe}e ind mi} bo ot soi nee in uhcitisin^ to cldei 1} ladies md people w ho haï e inj ii e 1 then si'lit In aircctiii_r, in o., o glass th ippif ich of these denn licteur} s But unless it is the intuition of the dep titment to p oMtle a niiieli li^htci and moie uppiopiut linifoiiii foi siiiini"i we think the advint ye-» me baie named will be seemed bv in amount of ei uolty to the postmen which if j» ic tised on b ists of bin then would be usitcd by the application of Mirtiis Act lui lo IN Sunnoi s OIIICL-Hie old ' j elmii're lvioin «Inch, foi sometime past ...

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THE PRIVILEGE BILL. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 July 1861

TUB PRIVILEGE BILL. ^E exceedingly regret that the Legislature of Queensland has entertained an Act ?which will seriously compromise its dignity and interfere with the freedom of the Press. We are not opposed to the protection of the Legislature from insult or obstruction by the ordinary action of law, but wo cannot dis- cern any reason why the powers claimed under this Act as necessary to its diguity and efficiency might notbe as well demanded by any municipal council, or fcàeea any or biently important, t0 exercise summary and Ä? ¿,e ^»"diction. Wo are aware wat Uxe House of Commons assumes all the powers sought by this bill. That illustrious assembly is, however, exceedingly chary of extending its authority beyond its own precincts, and, in the case of Stockdale, wnen an attempt was made to punish for contempt, a direct collision ensued between IrtiZ" PS ?nd ,;he Commons which no *3?J ° H°m aU a?' and wh>ch was finally ^termmed not bj r the vote of the Com 'äOl. ' ,but ty »' »...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 July 1861

»hipping * meniBenre. ] AR oí_Pioneer. aiVED. ^J,nly ?lAm Newca's schooner, 88 tons, Captain 1)olan, from Newcas .Q u & . Grenfell, agent. ?

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CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — The Courier — 23 July 1861

CL , o-»_Tinkle EARED OUT. July 22.-Eagle- ^ gt(iHm Cllptnin .pa^fc ror Sydney, with on, ¡n¡ll care0 ffQm lioo\thnmtfon. P,ussenßcrs--Mo |gM# summcrSi Kmnniis, Mills, Bridson¿ V iioKci /f Barnctt| umI 2 ¡n the steerage. J'lly ~r "J, ircnce, steamer, Captain Cottier, for the Northern. ^^ Passengers-Right Rev. Dr. Quinn, Rev. ^ Henelmii, Rev. M. -Tlssott, Dr. Hamilton, JW .«¡aPS_ Callaglinn, G. G. Leicester, W. W. Bishop, (pjoorc, A. 0. Blake, G. Black, and 12 i n the steel .^

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