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HOBART TOWN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 February 1839

HOIBART TOWN. - ' The followinr al ticle was prepaIred" fotr'n 1t publication, but by onome accident it giit'onflttd, ,. MARKET PRiCESn, NE W\llARF, Februairy7 Wheat 8s. 31. to 8.. 9d., oats 5?. to 5!. Gd., Englisl hall eyv . i61. to 6a., Cape ditto 3.4 9l.'to 4:.prr. .uashl, Ilav £3 15 to £4 10s., straw £3 to £37i. potatoes, £5 10s. to £7 10s. p r ton, onions 124. to 14s. Ier cwt., cahhaes is.. to ]P. Gd, per duzep ntut lps and catrrts 21I.. Iler bunch, firewoud t,? wa;ttle bark £3., Prt lArthur conls 12s. per ton, apitles ti. to 7s. per bushel, ietirs 3d. to 4d, apti cols 4d. to 511. eacllh 1VAt.tcEIe's MI.t.r.--cvrral.n :lamples of new wheat IIae comelt to mallrket, f rather* infirior qIallty, and have been sold at fromn 8s. to 8. 9 I.--thle demand for ?,od samlplcs are b isk:at 8s. ,),. to 9. perbusahrl, tfie flout £22 per ton. r. ' I MA' NINOTON'S S I I.L.--\heat 8n. Gd. per.brnlili flour £22 per ton., bran Is. (1t. per bushel;u'ptlard 12s per cwt. Beef Sid. to tfid. per pnnn4 ...

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MAURITIUS PRICE-CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 February 1839

IMAURITIUS PIRICE-CURRlENT" i" We have irceived a Mauritius price-current of date the llth December:- t (Of flour the stock i+ represented as ahul antI price per barrel of 180 fb, 5 tdollars 25 cents to 6D. 60e. Of giain (horse and pig feed,) the stock i also abundant, price per bag of 150 lbs, ID. 80c. tIo 20.; which i?s about 2s. 10d. to 3r. a bnusiel ad which, Ifoar maize crop fails, as Is likely, it will fe wor'th while to fimltnl't for Ihorse fred, and evga for milch cows; mixed with chopped straw,: and and watered, it. would nmake "ootd teed eilthr for horses, cows, or ptigs. But pIirs fed on it iourld make dearer pork than Irishl. The stock of oats is represented as large, price tl. 25c. to li. 50 ic. the samlne of lonogIy rice. price per ha 1of 150 bi. 2n. 75c. to 3D. Stiick of coffee ihundant, pricrpar 100 lbs. for Mauritius 24D. to 25D., Jaima ca sare price. French salad oil per dozen 30. 25c.;1j 3D. 50c.-rsago -per 100 16b. 3D. 50. :to 4riiii candy per tub of 62 b1.o. 7D5...

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NEWS OF THE DAY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 February 1839

-NEWS. OF. THE DAY. A Hunter's Rivej coriespondent writes us, that he and some fiends have been gratified with the ig ht of arsteamri building at Raymond Terrane by " fei's. Manning and Co. The builder is Mr. Korfl, who purchased the wreck of the Ceres. The new steamer is to be called the '* Queen l;ictoria." Th$ keels, are'laid dosvwn :r.ftwo smaller. steamers, intended td pIt Isetiween Svdney anld Parrantatta, to draw only 2 feet six inches water. Sir Maurice O*Connell has patronlised' th theatre "by bespeaking for to-morrows's entertainment * Itory O''llore," and the , KAin; and the Come dian." Our conllemporaries say, the Governorwill also attend in compliment to Sir MIaurice. If there he no couleass between these two AMagnates, Sir. Gdtrge 'ii pdlitic in hi i attendance. Nothing so proper, as public and. private amity, and nothing more dangerous than the contrary. If there be coolness b tween them, as has been reported, why then Sir' George's' attendance is still more praise wo...

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For the Post-Master General. TO THE EDITOR OF THE Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 February 1839

For the Post-Master General. TO TIB EDrTOR OP THE Sydney Mfonitor and Commercial Advertiser. SIR,-The coach conveying tile dilfrerct mail bags arrives in Campbell Town, abhut 1L p. m. de livesing the mnails at the post, office, and at tile same time, receiving the mail bags for tile interior. The conch then' procecda'to Mrs Anne Byr. e's. annd remains there until about two in the morning. T'lle bagi cohtairing the letters are'tlaken out of the coach and left in the bar, in charge of the man.em ployed there named Jones, who was conunitted About 7 months ago.by the Sydnrey bench,- for robbing a man of-rive one-pound notes, at M1r. Callaghan'a Sydney. The;bnags are at this man's mercy fur several hours, uptil the coach is about to start, when a liumnberof pnasengens and their per sonal baggage are stowed in the-coach, the mnail bags cruilhed into tile boot by thIe driver standing on threm with his feete';and sonie of the h;agsactually hangin'g over the coach, and liable to fall out on ...

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Police News. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 February 1839

Police News. MO'nDAYV .FdanUAnY 25Tr. Two sailors and a soldler were observed by Mr Anderson, puhlcan of. l.inwr George-street, to. go to a drunken sailor who aus'lyin*doni hlnd'the stores of Mr Wilson, at the Queen's Wharf, on Sunday afternoon, and take his money out of hit pocket and they were in the act of taking off his'jacket when Mr Anderson stopped them and gaVe them f 'ttrrluitody. When the prosecutor ap. peared at the polce office,.. he stated, thattwo of the prl-. no?mers had been shipmates of Ilas;. the soldier he had no knowledge of farther than hlmving been In his company on Snday.: .he believed .they had taker his money and clothes for protection only. Discharged. Ec.waril tealey. a sepman, was ehrgecd by constable Cdllaghan with lntcrflriig wlth hips wllle.taRking aafkenrale prlainer of the crown whomi he had in Charge to the watchhouse. The prisoner had said she was his sister. Captain Innes snid, he Was remarkably fortunate to fall in with his sister so soon afterC....

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FOR SALE, FREIGHT, OR CHARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 February 1839

S FOR SALE, FRL GHEI T, OR CHARTER. Hebe, brig. for freight orcharter, Lamb & Co;, agents. Louias, brig, for sale, freight, or charter-Aspinati & Co., agents . Caroline, brig,for freighttorcharter, Walker & Co. agents Sr5W5a nT TUis Iax nv.--This barqne arrived yesterday grom the M iauritins, whellce she sailed on the 2nd Jansiary, with 5011o0 bags of sugar, which Captain Bunney rearesents he had some dfficulty in obtaining, as niany vessels had lain at the Mauritius some time, previously to his arrival at that port, and bad not obtained freights when Captain ounney left.' The r Eliabeth' and Mfednrays were both spoken by the lnery., the former on tile il1th thile later.on the 13th instant: They reported themselves as being 14 daysoat,-bouad for Singapore htut owintg to contrary windsh sd tot been aisle to get thrsugh Bass's Straits. When spoken by rg e Henry they were both favoured with fine fair winds. When the f enro left tile Mauritius, the ,.rporler; Anl...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 February 1839

Shipping Intelligence.       ARRIVALS .   Yesterday, the brig Bee, 134 tons. Captain Dun- ning from Manakow, New Zealand. on the 16th instant with a cargo of timber. flaz, pork, and a few pigs. Passenger-Mr. Smith. Mr. Peterson, owner. and agent.     Same day, the bark Henry, Capt. Runney. from the Mauritiuls,"oh the.Brd January, with a carglaof sugar and the following plassenger :--Mrs. Bunney and four children. Lieutenant Gorman, of the 80th regiment, fronm Ceylon. Mrs. 'Gorman And three Gormans, Jun., 1 servant,-and two eonvicts from the Mauritius. The cargo is consigned to"Messes. Gore and Co., and to Messrs. Montefiores, Breillat, and Co. .

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Norfolk Island. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 February 1839

Norfolk Island, During the reign of Major Anderson as Commandant of Norfolk Island, we have on more than one occasion had to complain of the acts of petty tyranny of which he has been guilty; and it has also been matter of serious com plaint, that his demeanor to his subordinate officers has been such as to render a place, which may well be styled a natural paradise absolutely detestable. Such, however, are the nature of the arrangements at the penal settle ments, that it is only through accidental circumstances, such, for instance, as the shipwreck of the late Mr. Bull and his companions at Norfolk Island, that any informa matlon connected with their internal economy ever? transpires. - We mentioned some time since, that Major Banbury of the 80th regiment, had been sent down to Norfolk Island to relieve Major Anderson in the command; but it seems the same vessel that carried down the new Commandant, carried down also leave granted to Major Anderson, at his own request, to continue ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 February 1839

BSALt.S BY ATCTION Ifhiclh will take pltce tfrore our ne.lt pubrcation S " THIS DAY. W. HiDBLEWFTITE, as the stores of A. 1. Spark, at II o'clnck-Carrnages, Wines ahd cplrits. fromniongery, SGroeeries, Saddlery, Stationery. Guns &c.. S. SOLO.MONS-at Lee and Pelhams Chop house, Pitt '.tiret, ait I o'clbck--Fulrniture&c. TO-MORROW. J. T. WIL.SON--t lim rooms.at t half inst II for 12 o'clock -Land on the Parramatta Riad and on the Surry Hills Farms near Maitland, a" Milking Cows &c. IR. BLACKMAN-ntt the residence of Mr. G, . Sttor, Elitahethl.treet-lnondonl-bllt Chariot, Cgtth' fic. S. SOLOMONS-at the Currency Lass, aphlic holse, npponinte tie Jail, George. street, at II o'clock, Furni tare, Fittings &e.. also the lease of the house. SW. HEBBLEWHITE-oatr he stores no" A. B. Spark at II o'clck--Con of sale ol merchandise. S SALE OF CROWN LAND, Ma·elh Is-Section Frecholds. March I--Leaseholds. Anril It-Metlborne Allotments. May S.-Sale of 26 Lots of Crnwa ...

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PROJECTED DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 February 1839

PROJECTED DEPI'ARITL'?R . The following vessels will salt this day, if the wind be fair John Pirne for Soith Auostralia, A.". Spark, agent Genii, for the South Seas-Jones, owner and agent Governor Bourke, for fiahery-Grose, agent Paul Priy. for Port Phllip-tMilne. agent Aquilla, for New Zealand-D. Scott, agent. The following vessels hove not only bent their sails, but are alsoa reed far sea. espattlrh. for London-Street, agent Eweretta, for London--Botts, agoent The following vessels have nearly. finished ltading. Laara. for Liverpool--Apin--tt & Co., agents Lotrd Eldon, for London-Monteflore & Co., agents

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Pub[?]ic Apathy. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 February 1839

Pub ic Apathy. The " rTAND.tRD" of' lo?nnliy say;, "We regret to perceive, that our more experienced brethren of the broad sheet. have allowed these matters to slumber. They have each an opportunity of sounding the feelings of their constituents-and we respectfully suggest to them the propriety of their doing so, because we maintain thait the Edicts of the Lords of the Treasury, affect for evil all parties connected with thli colony. We do not presume to dictate, we merely offer our opinion to our brother Editors." Onr reasnn for our delaying entering fully into the great questions now agitating the public are.: 1.-Tlhey Iave'asunnrted a new rorm, and a new combllnationl; and tile clnsreqnnces e I tlhe'e new ,t lms RIe' not only paralmoulnth ul t we cannot at present see them in their iltanifications. We nre .wahiing tir information, and to mature our judig. nient. 2.-Neverthelesn we are nat quite so idle as the .jlnndaerdr: ive l.tely helped a public meetina hy oar writings, person...

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Drowned Persons. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 February 1839

Drowned Persons. The public of thi "Colony are indebted to a cor. reipondent" of a contemporary" for the following rules to restore life when 'suspended in persons drowned. It is the opinion of thousands, that if the following rules had been put in force on the bodies of the-late Mr. and Miss Cavendi.h, and indeed on half the persons drowned in the Colony, they would have been alive at this.hour.• To the 'ditor?oo th1".Autralian Sta--In consequence of the manny fatal accidents which no?ur by the upietting of bhnats, I rill frel obliger by younr inserting the following useful hints published- by the Royal Hutmane Society, and which J.Lmn surprised lp wnqtappear.tu'be generally known in this.colony:- TO PRE.VE~.'r DnowNIr? o - Sinking ini the water is occash(ioed by hnlditg .the arms 'abive water.ihe •onhnnyed wright of which 'depretsiw 'the head. Whet, n man falls into deep VaIler, he will rise to the surfhree;and.continue-tlere, if he does not elevate his hands. if lihe motes his 'h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 February 1839

Advertisgrnpnts sent to this Qf8ice, mset specify on the face. of teIem, the nlumber of times they/ are to be advertised?; otherwise, they will be continued and.chtarged u"ntiTrcount~crmaendned,. :iMaitland" Steam. Packet. S AT the request of several A\ Residents in the Wil liam's River District, the above vessel will take Pas sengerp and Freight to.Clarence Town, on the'first Saturday of every month, commencing 2nd March ,ext. The arrSagpment Will not Interfere with the segular tripy, ap she ill run direct to Morpeth, au?lprqceed frpm thbppe to Clarenpe-town, where 4 wu rqspin ogjy.fqpr hours. For Loso dondrect; [To sAI oN THE 22ND MARCH.] HE fine fast sailing SHIP City of Edinburgh, 366 tons per 1iegister, T. W. P. Thompson, master, now loading at -ewcastle, wyll call here fi' passengers, and carry an experienced Surgeon. Application to be made to A. B. SPARK. 18th February, 1839. For London Direct. T IIE Fine First-class Ship S Susanna, " 256 Tons register, John P. Ihidley, Comma...

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SYDNEY MONITOR & COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1839. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice. SHAKESPEARE. Captain Faunce, LATE POLICE MAGISTRATE OF BRISBANE WATER, AND NOW POLICE MAGISTRATE AT QUEANBEYAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 February 1839

SYDNEY MONITOR-& COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER   MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1839. Nothing extenuate, nor aught set down in malice.   SHAKESPEARE   Captain Faunce, LATE POLICE MAGISTRATE OF BRISBANE WATER. AND NOW POLICE MAGISTRATE AT QUEAN- BEYAN. It was one of the blots of the administration of Sir Richard Bourke, that notwithstanding a special jury found, that Captain Faunce in his capacity of   Magistrate at Brisbane Water, had been guilty of   illegal and foolish cruelty to two gentlemen, and of imbecility of conduct in other respects, and had been punished in damages to the amount of seven or eight hundred pounds, and compelled to make a public   apology in the Supreme Court through his counsel, to avert the consequences of a fourth action brought for conduct more stupid than all the rest, Sir Richard appointed him to another Police Magistrate's chair. The Sydney Bench out of three, wanted a 'Third"...

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Sydney Wholesale Price Current. IMPORTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 February 1839

Sydney Wholesale Price Curtenta IM PO PT S. Sr?leeT-(in bond). p gallon-Rum, proof, to s0 0.P., 4s ld to 6a 6d-Brandy, 5s iGd-Gin, pale, 4s. ToaAcco-perlb-Negrohead, Is 3d to Is 4d-Cavendlhb, In. Sunsan-per ton-Manritlus, fine, .271. brown, £2J Java, £20-Reinedl, 7d per lb. Coerce-per lb-8d to Is. To.--per clest-Souchong, £3-Hyson-skin, £4.1 2s64 --lysono,.£2 25 per hox.. Ric--per bag--Pa n , 4 1l 5s-Java, 15s. : Src ss-per lh-Pepper, ad to ~d-Cloves, 3s to 3s 6d. ItAls?s-per Iti-Cape, 4d--lSmyrna, 44d ". WI.tx--(In wood) per pipe-Sherry, £25 .to..0 Madeira, .'25 to £es-Teneridfe, 518 to £30-Portl, £30 to £60--Cape, 4el.-(ln bottle)-per'dbten Champagne, 45s to 55s-Claret, £1 to £1 15 Madeira, .? to £1.1.0s-Sherry; ? to £e1 -i-Port, £1 as to £1 Ins. PoaTrn - per hhd - Taylor's, £7 --'Other Brewen' £6-Bottled, 14s per dozen. ALE-Burton, .6 5s pet baPrel-EUlots..ds.per.hbd Bottled, Dunbar's, 15s per dozen-Dunbar's Porter. 141. SAl.T Paovntalo?q-Beef. £0 fis per tierce-Pork, IrBb, ,£. p...

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 February 1839

MARRIAGES.   On the 4th instant, by the Rev. William Stack, of Mait- land, Robert Richard Hungerford, second son of E. Hun- gerford, Esq., of Farley House, Maitland, to Ellen,   second daughter of T. W. M. Winder, Esq., Campbell House, Maitland. DEATHS.   On Sunday evening last, at the FARMER'S ARMS, Castlereagh-street, after an illness of three weeks, Mary Theresa, wife of Mr. Thomas Clare, in her 26th year, leaving a family of four children to deplore the loss of affectionate and kind mother.   At Lumley, Argyle, on Friday, the 22nd instant, after a short but painful illness, Robert Futter, Esq., J. P., deeply   lamented by a numerous circle of friends.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 February 1839

BOOKS. .. I. T. WILSON, -Announces to. the Literati of New South Wales. that he will hold an EVENING .SALE on 'RIDAY the 1st of March, at hZs Rooms, at hslf.past7 o'clock precisely, of NfEoftlhe most Spendid Collections of Books ever offered to the World. Amongst them asre4he works of :Sir 'Walter Scott 1yron *Bulwer Ainsworth 'Grattan Mrs. Roche MXis Porter Calt Sophia Lee Cooper Mrs. Holand Captain Marryatt •Miss Owisoa living Dallas .Ainsby Godwin - Hoton Chamlers Mrs. Opie Lady Morgan. Mrs. Bray Mrs. Inchbald Hon. Mrs Norton And nmany other distinguished Authors. In soliciting publie attention to the above valu-. A:le collection of Books. J. T. W. would assure the reading part of this intelligent community, that never has so great an aequisition arrived on these shores. The whole of tihe Books are elegantly bound, and were selected in England by a Gentle. man of great readi.g notoriety, and have been brought here expressly for a private Library. Catalogues.will be ready on Satur...

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TUESDAY, 26TH. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 27 February 1839

TUESDAY, rTIIn. A SLtonr MisTAIat.-Augustus Paight, (free) and a prisoner of the Crown, named Evans, assigned to Mr. Weaver of Castlerengh-street, were apprehended at the back door.of the Theatre on Monday night, between II and 12 o'clock, and taken in charge for fighting. It ap peared that Palght was in the act of separating two who were fighting when the constables came up and appre hended him for one of the pugilists. Neither of tihe men had any charge to make, and appeared unacquainted with each other. The tree man was discharged and the prisoner remanded to the other side of the Court to be dealt with for being found oat after hours without a pass. Timothy Reddy, (free), was observed on Mondtay after noon by Mr. Charles, who resides next door to Mr. Dally, dealer, of Lower George street, suspiciously about the premises. Presently Mr. D. saw him take a pair of trow. sers off a line upon which they were hung for sale outslde the door. The prisoner Was in the act of concealing the...

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FOR SALE, FREIGHT, OR CHARTER. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 1 March 1839

FOIL BALE, FRiIOHT, OIt CHARTER. Ilebe, brig, for freight or charter, Lamb & Co., agents. aoulia, brig, for sale, frelglht, or chartor-Aspinali & Co., agents Caroline, brig, for freight orcharter, Walker & Co. agents Jele,R baqorle for sale, A. B. Smith, agent olcllater, for freight or charter, Gilchrist& Co., agents The Margaret Rult, has hauled alongside the brig 'owley3, ufl lughes and Ilusking's wharf, for tihe plir. jtotranshippll in . her nil Into the Braomlea. after which she ;llrefit and provision for the whaling grounds. The Aromhleg. after recelving the oil of the Margaret Rail, will take In wool &c., and when full (which is ex pe!ted to be in less than a month), wilt proceed direct to New York. haviog been purchased by Mr Kenworthy. The brig Bee has received no serious injury, she now lies at the L.erpool wharf discharging her Timber. Flax,. &c., after which she loads for New Zealand. The ship Suan. we itdown the Harbour yes...

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JONATHANISMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser — 1 March 1839

JONATHANISMS. Mr. Broad Peels, the short, stout man.-" Imagine I was a tall chap. said Bevis." "Don't try," responded Slnkum, "you'll hurt yourself, for its a great stretch of imagination for a little feller to (io that." Short aad Sweret.-" I can't speak in public-never done such a thing in all mny life," said a man the other night at a public meeting, who had been called upon to hold forth, "butif any body in the crowd will speak for me, I'll hold hi, hat." A New York paper says that a man in that city recently swore such a tremendous oath, that it split his tongue sbout half an Inch. We have received the "Western Tomahawk and Big Lick scalping Knife," edited by "Peter Whetstone." at the Warping Bars of the Arkansas river. Subscription price, 4dl'coon skins per annum, payable in advance. Bosurton Daily Exrnres. D. Mother's Thareat.-A married lady lately found her Itwo sons qlarrelllirg, and in the hopes of putting an end to the difference, uttered the following threat:-" Youll you...

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