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FEMALE FASHIONS FOR FEBRUARY. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 June 1831

FEMALE FASHIONS FOR FEBRUARY. ivrom La Belle ~kisemWefr.) ? Morning Dress. — A gown composed of chafy; the ground rose-colour striped in yellow, the stripes very lightly figured in dark green, the corsage half high ; the sleeves a /' Imbecile, but the cuff something deeper than usual, and finish ed at the upper edge with a broad trimming of English lace. A fichu eanezvou^ also of Eng lish lace, nearly covers the corsage : it is made ew cttur, with two square falling collars. The apron is bright green gros de Naples. The coiffure is of the half Chinese kind. The hair is combelt^nTfTe1y~THr4fl«4weh«^^ plaited bands, which are wou nd -round the sum mit of the head. A jtortj8e»shell comb with a very high gallery, and a ^pnj|=ofT0se5~complete - the coiffure. Dinner Dress.— A gold-colored satin dress, the corsage cut extremely low and square ; plain behind, but disposed in regular plaits in front ; a double fold of the same material falls over the bust. The sleeves are excessively wide to...

Publication Title: Launceston Advertiser
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THE GLORIOUS 10th OF JUNE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 20 June 1831

THE GLORIOUS 10th OF JUNE. ' Mr. Editor, It is with feelings of the utmost pride and happiness, that I announce a most pa* triotic meeting, which took place yesterday, at the Pig and Tindtr*bjoX) in Lauuceston, for the pur pose of discussing the numerous grievances under which'the-Colonistfl-of-this lfilandare4a^oriflf, and also to devise measures for laying the said wrongs before the British Parliament. The meeting was numerously and most respectably attended ; I lament my time will not permit me to give the several speeches in detail, particu - larly as more splendid eloquence, more manly — and__pratriotic language, it has never been my loT~oT'1rappTraB5':ld^ public meetings I have had the honor of attend ing.. Stronger proof of the signs of the times cannot be adduced than the circumstance of the parties composing this meeting, disdaining to be convened in the customary manner by the 'Sheriff, determroed^rTnakerroTequisition^to that gentleman, but independently to proceed to the ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 June 1831

^j^ to iiijoTrnjliir Public, that in ...addition.. — — ' -e-t4t*ir ^former- -«i3wftispineii t, they have just - ^^ 'super Saxon, black, blu««, and parsons grey clottiF — ' -— and kersey meres, which' they propose to make - iip to measure in the first style, on the following ? -ygr^infr^^Tia^ Jbm-ash _:—:- ~ Slack or blue super drpss coats - £4 0 0 ~^Vft ^jdo, do. surtoiits ['__'? ' 4 10 X). TDor do. 4o. trowsers -~H 0 Cr Kerseymere ol the best quality, do. 2 0 0 ^:iWj*lstyoata soper cloth or kerseymere -HF~0' NArBest Wellington boots - - 15 0 Super hats - ? - - ~i T2 ^ Fa3hiouable double breasted shirts ? 10 6 Launceston, 20th June, 1831. _^3&JUL\I*fi^-A-ray Elegant PI aNO- * FOirrti. ? ] Apply to WM. WALKINSHAVV. Launcesfon, ' J ? ? June 12th, 1831. = ? . To be Sold by Auction, ? ? .-— -By-itffr^RieffAll-t) WHITE, On Tuesday, 12ih July, on the Premises of the Undersigned, at xhe risk of the owe rs,, aiwd on account of the rent, and other incidental charges..— A .QUANTITY' o...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 June 1831

ADVERTISEMENTS. FURNISHED APAHITMBNTS. W\NTEDi5y a single gentl«men.--A room, wknWd. ^Address A. B. at the Printing office. ? 1 - ? Launceston, ^ June 13th, 1831. ? CfjOrlER SEEDS. ' daW^DTCfl-— Jiistr€ceived^ftfae^r»wt^— ^ «A^$$&%«-' perl-asheVre. l^^eXe of ^ paper. ^

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 June 1831

-npSE-sti^oioed LJf Drf BOOKS, toge-^ and^ large number of other Works, which wonld _ ^occupy ^©o-jfuuli of Ahv tspacK «f ^ttriYI* aper, r are^ at Mr. G- L. G00CTTS. Ajar^e usHorLmsatof -Mag^iue^ iviewspapefs; 'ap alscTajLop^of moit ioMie Aiimiais, will be placed the**-«po!i4h^ arrival of the Gem* from HbbaTtTown. The Pj-opriBiot^rlJJ^jf the Subscribet^ield him suf ficieni encouragement, purchase Tor this-Library, *4a*g« and^duable ^tectmn M Worte^fflT -irafered to^iiirtioTiciey' —''^t^''' — v-,..-^_.-- - ? __._ NOVELS AND ROMANCES. ^ ',--?? ^l- VOLS. - rtaimn ? S^ ^Valentine's; Eve 3ZI „ Castles of Ataiin and Dunblayne 1 SicilJaiiHioiiiaKCft^ ~ ? ? -3-— .fiiitipje Tales— Opie's 4 ? /Tales ol'thft -heart -do. 4 'Madeline ~''' t __1~ 'New Tales— Okie's ? H — ~7On Lying da. ? ,_ ? 2 UdeJpiio,, mysteries of 4 — JosepnT Aiiol-evrs .... . ? - - ? =2 — :~.T3 — A^?rrturersiirtrplan-l ' _''' 3 Maria or^thaJ&lianderg ? - ? -3 — Ambition- ? 3 Arthur Fitzalbin 2 Albany 2 Tears of Camph...

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THE TRI-COLOR. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 June 1831

THE TRl-COl.OR. Artln o'er the vme-covered regions of Trance, 'See theday-star of Liberty rise !_ The.pta.ditsatnstlonOi.9ll 1»il i'»d*ance 1 _ _Z=fe5t^wn native place Jn -«?* -*«?»? _^ O'er the.pa.riot legion, Whott=- d 1™~ TheTrS-tolorbamw-rmiforled; .Tis the tanner whose glory Napoleon bwe To tbe uttermost ends of the world. Thered isWW-»-the-cheek of thetmive, ^ath^tae fi the^R eye of Pity-to^«, _ - When the battle ot Freedom i» woo. The white is tbejsbe virgin Innocence wears, ^?ameVtfi.in.phs are tangent now, Tor nnnortered by blood, and unwa'e. r d by tears, Is the wreath that encircles her brow, autthoujsh freshly -nd fairly the laurel may blown .. —For France in this hour of her pride, .*-a ♦k.^wp of her martyrs proclaim from the tomb., — - .. , .,, « TwaS in Liberty's cause that we d.ed Shame to those ! who unconscious of L.berty i worth, Sound tbe tocsin of groundless rim, Nor know, that, when brought from tbe land of its birth, ~The tricolor loses its charm. For the Red ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 June 1831

m/|R. W3M.~mtU:VrBY, oYttaTCrown' __jjM.'- Inn, N o i'i\ i Ik P lai o syHpegs ^a-rni b r;n - — 1?±s XustfHn *? rs, -aHi-R-lj-t^^-li-J-ii^tJ -£*lfl*?raV thirt-^Trr fras~limTt vriiv w aTitH^^Hiafa?' 1 ' V S T , . w. 1 rirh^har^ ? l^ing paCfrlftM^^mMd&riU^ that in- t-»nntMiiyst..btf eilher.CASil or GKAIN, at the tiiiie of Crossing) and upon no other condi tions. :- ?'''?? Norfolk Plains, . ? June 21st, 1831. * Ml lit- Parsons who tiave borToweTTgoofcg J%- from the 'Undersigned, are respecifujly ~ jSequested to return them wilhiiv-one vvr+kfrom Ahh date^-or^fcey will fa hv \4 responsib4e~t«-pay at the rate charged' for each book by the -printed regulatfons,^put)iished in this journal sojne. time bark, and to be setn in JJikyarieus- books now in way Library, at Mr. G. L.Gooch's. There are also a number of my'Bt-x?ics, somtr wiifir~aiTii3 i-ome ?without my name written in-them,-which persons Jiold, who have hot received them, from me* Such Persons as with-hold them alter this Publ...

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SATURDAY'S GAZETTE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 June 1831

MTCJRDA^'S (^AZBiTE. -L Tickets op LsAVB.^Benjamin Rawusley.460. Andromieda, Geonre ' 2*Sfye';':6a8i Bwssorah Meiehaut. Sarah the wife of Edward Wilkinson. 95. Persian, Cetificateb^— Jolm-Oa-i'iaT-asSr-Ai^nopt — ? : ? — '~tr ? Joseph \vafein8.952. York ha?' beetf appointed ta the field police, vice llobertShipldH, Sir Godfrey AVntofr^'IdismiBfied'.'John Bos Wood, 765 Chapman, U ) reaidinf with George BriBcoe Skeardon, ? Esq. J P. at Little Hampton Villa, to act^s^ConBtflble- i

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MAXIMS CAREFULLY SELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 June 1831

MAXIMS CAREFUIAY SELECTED. What a blessing has Christianity cooierreu -n Mankind I ngot only materteHwpptaejs-of-a Sure life, b»t it evei contributes to make tho *¥&£222k pma«ice caoort effect, forte Tipldiim~act'omphslie8. ? -. — ? , ? Thepleasare of a corrupt man expire even jm the enjoyment, and leave only regret behind; but 5£ 0* a goodnnan are e.erlastine, and the recollection of them i» as sweet as the actual en ia&?mt to make men speak well of «s, is to |dOif ta'«nth-wi rinUi iBain«WsibjBit^ow^ wishes treason, w« shall oot be ver, desiroBS H&hy tothe advice of eyenence, nor fol TTa«r a?7or aTffecting those which we really have ''HomanUy consists in oxewing Ae »«-*«-»»*» Princes shine in their lifetime, but they are onW deemed Tllustrions by posterity in proper ttoq to their wisdom and goodness. ?

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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 June 1831

.--'-?--?? . ? _ -^.t^'-Ky- ? ...... Vv. ii_ !?,£- ? ? ? _- ? s-wcnEaewr ? ~ ? 1 ? _ ? ' SHIPPING i]STLXLiG£KCE. No arrivals or departures this week. ? — Vessels remaining in the .Harbour. _?'''_ -Skips Mary and Thomas Lawrie ; bri^Jiasdd^Qw? ? ;_;:;, .::; — '_ err; arid cutter JFanny. ' - 4JJHjvj:d ul-Uc3ar T. Tmv-N. — — QnJVIoniiay, th^. 23rd.— The bai-k Iitegrity, 220 tojis, -Can)\.j.;&\.Qedy&om Hie Mauidtius '^Oth ^of April,'~vith a^cariro of/wine, su^ar,^. &c. Pas ? seug^r-Rlr; ?M*O-mgvra?y;- ' ~:---r ? -7 ? - — ——-.---_?—- ? - ? -- Sailed from H -:.-b art Town. . --???--? ----- — ~ On Pui!«lav, Mie lOtlu— ihe Renown, Captain Hen-. derson, jor J^ydtiey^ with, ^.rt of hpr--or-i/4ij:u-^ear^o- ---.-: — -__ ? .1 intended for that ??????irt;- ard sorn.e4i^Jodsj_SikiJl-. Kn- ? ?? ? ' {ilisli, shi',-i*pd at H oba»nowii. Passen^ers^37lCai- -~ chela, Esq., t!ie n^w-HV^fnvr^^y—GtMTvrav Vor Sydrjey, ? sz^- — : MrT Oecuro-^ Ra.-d, Mr, Bivliiiand, ai.d tTie ? .jrer's...

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EARLY RISING:—"I'LL PACK MY PORTMANTEAU." (continued from our last.) [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 June 1831

EARLY RISING:-' I'M* PACK MY PORTMANTEAU.' (continued from our Ititt.) Beine condemned to th* miseries it was but fair I should enjoy the honours «£*»**'%***: king. To every person I met, with whom I had the slightest acquaintance, I said aloud, ' I start at five to-morrow morning!' at the same time adjusting my cravat and nulling up my collar ; and I went into three or four shops and purcha- ? -SoH trifW for which 1 bad no earthly occasion,-*. for the pure gratification of my vain-glory, in saying, ' Be sure you send them to-night, for I start at five in the morning !' But beneath all this show of gallantry, my heart, like that of many another hero on equally desperate occasions ? my4ieartJyjasjlLatease. t haye often Ihougbt that n^elings^JbTthe whole ofthaf3iStT*5SUig :J afternoon, must have been verv like those of a person about to go, for the first time, up in a | -iralloon. U-retnrncd to Reeves' hotel, C°liefigLJ green, where I was lodging. 'Til pack mj portmanteau' (the conten...

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THE SCRIBBLER.—No. 16. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 June 1831

THE SCRIBBLER.— No. 16. Seduction.— He 'who is the friend to society __ must be a fbe-ttf the practice of seduction;— The fatal effects of it which daily experince, brings before our view, must if reflected upon, fill our r TTosoins with feelings ofiiatred tirtti^ wxlocer^ / and induce us to look with pity upon ihe janhap- v; _ 'by victims of base pMsion-tttid-misplaced-con&. — r dence. It is however a sad truth iba* *n? world in general, either from want of thought or want of feeling, do not act upon this principle. 1» society if this Tespect it Is the Injured party wbit_; ia puuiehed, wfaile4be gailty aggiciwr not odIj ? -- ???? ... 'v— :-- ?? h- ? '?'.' ? ~'L escapes Hie consequences of his cninp^iiut'Too' frequently glories Jn (he ruin fc-^hes brought --upon an unsuspecting female ;~Tn which he issup portTid-by— ikv r mi ill * n an c ^ w tm4i -he, receives m 4hfiJV0r|it_Ji-Jias Ih'^u nssuiind 1-X some who TctHur*- to defend such a state, 'of-ijh trigs, thai. as: it i* fr...

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HISTORY AND POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 June 1831

M^BPWM Wi '?'Hiiiil 'V' !? iiiitilfilllllip i i*p*i iriiiyr-F'i i i T^^^^^^^ — ^ ' ' * ? - The Prev ailing Disoon ten-Tin England.— The r^cpnt arrival in the colony, of a number ©L the misguided victims of discontent, and the --x- ~-pr-c-te*l voxels being the means of bringing Tmmy renders this subject one of deep interest to the colonies. In addition to this it is to palpable an example of the .fleets produced by the agita * tor*, that we conceive a useful lesson may be learned by those gentlemen among us, whcr-p-*t themselves so forward in complaining of our local government. From the circumstance of our soci ety being so limited, there is some reason to hope that the measures of the Colonial Politicians will not work the mischief which has accrued at ? jhome. Every man of only common understand' ing,- must see that the arguments of the opposition here, are based in error, while the superstructure is only sophistry and humbug, cemented by mis representation and false doctrine. Alt...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 June 1831

ADVERTISEMENTS OF THIS DAY. TTOTHBWBtlcF A CHANGE being to talte place in the ^ropTfetOTstop of the ' Launceston -Arf^/twr*%'i1i*pe~^JJ''t»e:no-1*tiblj^ioii:-^f-:that journal after the; 27th instant, until the 1 Hh of ' July next* ? The omission of the number due, on the 1 Hh of July, arises Trom^lRrnatuTc of the arrange. v jients which, under the ^ newspaper act'*, tbe new Proprietor has unvoidably tolwrt^rtntOT'^ - — ? From the 1 1' h ^fJMly, the Launceston Adpertim Mr! will bn published in GEORGE STREET, Ladncestoii.— white it is requested that all com munications will in iulure be addressed*

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To the Editor of the Tasmanian. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 June 1831

To the Editor of the Tasmanian* Sir, Bein&r about to retire from all public dis* cussion* I betf to fiwl»tnit the following remarks for your fujUire-.. guidance and reproof. ,- . . ! -' ? ^1 mquf iP-'Mths past, you very strongly re» jm»* if) rne_jr-ry system you arc^t j^ijsjiyresent pu'.suit st. I -ri»ff*r. to your blazoning the name of — 4:b«* wrtrriHor oftfus journal in your paper. Oh I — ^mp-mn^J-jgoiifLtejjilej' feelings bb w. smarted under the irts-hjni yin have drawn dpwrii-bn your*' un» lucky' lii^i. How mjny wr'uhin^s, and how much sicu.te aaony it inMut have.ci^t you, before; you brckf throw h f h'^ :o?d e.stablt* bed ruFe {as __jou_foinwly called «) of on no -o- ra?.Ton tlPuig1- persoHaily Ihe. iiauipr^-w^w^jiB^^oridttfttOfsii: What burst of insanity propelled pou7 i/#l, who» l ;? -_ ^toi^w so yie \ I th e pieasuretJ-of -perse-Miu*ion ,-or prosecution ? AVlwit c'einon .suggested tpyonlo call iiridyour aid the4* libel law*'? Is ityou ivbo wish - ..Xo_xuUIJnijp_aiiIi...

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POLICE INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 June 1831

POLICE INTELLIGENCE. The folio wiug cases have been disposed of :** — JiA«Afi ^c^^i.fcY^clia.T^dwithdrankpn^^x^^. fiued five shillings.—- ~~^~. .,'. ? John Dooley, charged with drunkenness— fined five shillings. — r _- _ Michael Neal, charged with drunkenness fined five shillings. Ann Johnston, charged with drunkennes— fined five shillings. ? ; ? ? ?? ? Jan^ FARiiej.t.,^ charged with drunkenness fined five shillings. Margaret Cumberledge, charged with drunk enness— fined five, shillings. „ } Ann Johnstone, charged with committing a ' breach of the pcac^ -bound over to keep the peace foFttiree months. + — George Gould, charg«d wJthJiavipg on the 11th instant, knowingly uttered a lorged check, j purporting to be drawn by Mr. Richard Dry, of lauocestoo, on the Cashier of (oe Coro wail- Bank, lor the sum of ^17 10s., with intent to I deliaud Mjr. James Robertson* dealer, xif. Laun- J ceston. Committed to the Ci imiaal Court, JbiiM Sullivan, charged mh i.ating, op the Ifiih June instiot,...

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LAUNCESTON ADVERTISER. MONDAY, 27th June, 1831. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 27 June 1831

LAUNCK8TON -ADrftRTlSER. ?? It is in endeavouring to instruct mankind, that we are best ? able to practise that general virtue which comprehends the love of all.', — Montesquieu, ? MONDAY, 27tii Jtme, 1831. ? ^ This Faction. —In our columns of this week, ? we have taken the pjiiHS_to_jagQia_to_sDjng__pjuls ? of the reply, on the meetings. As the subject' is however 'now stale, we shall drop it, nor resume it again, let the faction say wbat it will, unless our arguments are replied to. At present they ? ....__. _l_ are uncontrovorted, and therefore we cry, Victo ry, Victory, Victory. The Public are respectfully informed, that the -Cninvial Ttw?*?sHs \n ihe ^-^atit^xtre.tnily strong ? symptoms of mortification having appeared through ouf Its whole fraimv Some people say it^iiridi^ ' the death of the scorpion — that is to say, fall by the venom of its own bite* ? A turnip was gfjfhfred on one of Mr. Surveyor Scott's farms, at the Spring-s, near Launceston, last weeky-which measured thr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 July 1831

rpor London Direct ? F1WE fiueta^t-: ailing bark Thomas Law - M-rie W. Langdqn Lt. R. N , Commatid ^eTfiiavJTis^iTT^r^^st^Art^ ii^r^argo engaged. _= _^CT~AjCCommp4ajtwns for Pas.sengew ^re very I fuperior. I For Freight or Passage, apply to I — ==: WM. WALKINSHAW, A«ent. j Launceston, -..._„? T igrarOthy^g3*« ? '1 ? CAUTION.-^ ? I liyOTICE is hereby g veil that all Persons I X^~nft€r the date or 'tins Nolice, round ? JkiUiHg^iidXai^ilAg^LajLTimHpr frmrM' many I vmv ti^ passMug on a Farm ot SO acres, «raiil«rf1 to tV UnderM^d, suuale on the East side «*4 ilner TaWHT^ear^p?^ Gajdens HTid bounded on two .ides bv the farms of Mr. -tepiibs^pn. and 0:1 thp one side by Curistopher *oxton, \ ^ HI 1)e prosecuted according to law. i W. PATTEN. Launceston, J nne 27 th , 1831. ?jlf ^ WM. BRUMBY, of the Crown JIJL Inn, Norfolk Piaius, begs to inform Ms Customers, ai^ ^teJi^SrC?o6Si.,g, and upuaJUM.ther.coi.*. ' tions. Norfolk Plains, June 21st, 1831. FURNISHED .APARTMENTS. WANTED by a single gen...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 July 1831

« Arising hs iti i name importh from aisease Ih thetiytio^hon

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SELECTIONS FROM LATE PAPERS. [Newspaper Article] — Launceston Advertiser — 11 July 1831

?^SELECTIONS' FROXT LATE PAPERS. State o*l_Ckjme.— In a recent debate, on the state of the country, Lord WWFoui) stated that ** in ' the year 1825, there wer« 233 persons trans ported to Botany Bay, from- Great Britain -aii-| Ireland: in theyear 1856, their Lordships would be ^ur^rised to find the number increased to 1,815 ; in the year 1827, it was still further in creased 'to the enormous number of 2^587 per son*: vVnd m MJ^rtfeere vras^rirHling reduction in the number, leaving it standing at 2,44y. March of Reform -The roil itary_v ear, which j has.hu herto terminated most absurdly on the 24th 1 ?December, is in future to coincide with the ca- j lendaT. AH pay. and pensions art* henceforth to be computed loathe 31st December. I'ARMAMFNTAiiY accuracy— In a ronversa tlon.oi? the --Seaborne J^insLJLaxJ-_MiJJ^jijLmiii^] ton observed* on (tie inaccuracy of a clause in thp~TV«rp©n~of'thtf Cwnmiitre lhat *atK last jear on this subject. ' Th*»ie was a sentence in it .which made the Commi...

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