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A SCENE IN THE IRISH PARLIAMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 June 1844

A SCENE IN THE IRISH PARLIAMENT. It was suspected that Mr. Trench had been long in negotiation with Lord Castlereagh, but they did not in the early part of that night appear to have been brought to any conclusion. His conditions were supposed to be too extravagant. Mr. Trench, after some preliminary observations, declared in a speech that he would vote on that debate against the ominister, and for Mr. Ponsonby's amendment. This appeared a stunning blow to Mir. Cooke, who had been previously in conversatlodt with Mr. Trench, atid at was perceived by everybodyy that the result was not satisfactory. Mr. Cooke was immediately observed sliding from his seat nearer to Lord Cas. tlereagh. They whispered earnestly, and as if rest. less and undecided, both looked wistfully towards Mr. Trench. At length the matter was determined on. Mr. Cooke want to a back seat, and was ob viously endeavouring to count the house ; probably to guess if they could not that night dispense with Mr. Trench's serv...

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CATHOLIC DIRECTORY, JUNE, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 June 1844

CATHOLIC DIIlEOTOI?Y, JUNE, 1814, S. 8 Do octava, semidouble S. 9 I fr. Oct. , alter Pentecost, do ca, semidouble M. 10 I De oolavl, semidouble r. 11 St. I?mrnabno api?t., double major W. 12 St Jolhtn a Faeu1lou, confessor, double T. 113 Oct. of Corpus Christi, double major F. 14 St. lasil the Great, Lisol, anl doctor, double* S. 15 St. Norbert, bash. and coat (r0th of this) double g 10 Il. nater Pentecost, do ca, semldouble S17 St. AntoLuei of Padua, conf. (11th of thils) double 8. 12 St. Mary Mauedlens da Plazzs (l27thMay)semddotbl I . 19 St. Jliana of Falcolmerla, virgil, double t. 20 St. Martgert(10th of this) semidoublo F. 21 De ca S. 22 Fast, vigil of St. . B. do ca 9. 23 IV. after Pent, de ca, semid. ,. 24 Nativity of St. John Baptist, double, lot class T. 25 St. William, e onressor, doltle W. 206 SS. Jolhn and Paul, martyrs, double . 27 Doe act , somidollble F. 25 Fast, St Leo, pope aond confessor, semldouble i. 211 SS. Peter and Pool, apostles, double, lot class S. 30 V. af...

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PASSING EVENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 June 1844

PASBSING EVENTS. -o0 (From the Tablet.) It is almost impossible, in the space that remains at our disposal, to offer any satisfactory comments on the. events of the week-beginning with the blaze of eloquence that came from Mr. Shiel on Saturday, and endiog with the opening of Parliament and the Queen's Sp3ech on this present Thursday night. Let us, however, take the occurrencies we refer to in their order. And first, of Mr. Shiel's speach. We ear. sure ihose of our readers who are not in the habit of reading the daily papers will thank us for filling so many of our columus with this important-no less tihan magnificent-specimen of forensic eloquence. It is, probably, the chef d'aeuvra of Mr. Shiel's public career. In point of brilliancy it surpasses everything that we remember to have read or heard from him; and for greatness of purpose, skill in the selection of topics and the arrangement of ma terials, and management of both the understandings and the hearts of the jurymen, it is u...

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THE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 June 1844

TIHE MORNING CHRONICLE. SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1844; " P.e lust anud fear not: Let all the ends thou aim' at at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's." hakuisears. LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL. THE tug of war can scarcely be properly said to have begun as yet. We hear the " clank of hammers closing rivets up, and giving dreadful note of preparation." And we have seen some prelusive skir mishes between the Tirailleurs of the op ponent hosts, but no real battle. On Wednesday the Colonial Secretary gaveinsomestatisticreturns,which were most satisfactory-the export of wool has risen within the last year to 12,704,8991bs, and the cultivated land to 18,779 acres, with 508 acres of vineyard, with an export of 5,608 cwt of tallow. All these details are highly gratifying; nor can there be a doubt when our banking system is put on a rational, prudent, and safe basis, and the colonists secured against the rapacity, sel fishness, and caprice of the greatest of tyrants, MONISD MEN, that we shall not only a...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 June 1844

The COLONIAL 8sona?AnY moved that this message be entered on the minutes, printed, and taken into consideration on Wednesday' next; carried. PORT PHILLIP ELECTION. The COLONIAL SECnRTAnY said, he bad been commanded by his Excellency the Governor to lay before the council a copy of the petition that had been presented to his Excellency against the return of two members for the district of Port Phillip, namely, Sir T. L. Mitchell and Mr. Young. The petition had been referted to the court appointed to try cases of this nature. He would move that it be printed; ordered accordingly. PASTORAL REGULATIONS. Mr. Cowssan begged to present a petition from the district of Liverpool against the recent regula tions of his Excellency the Governor, respecting the depasturing licenses. The petition was signed by 180 Individuals, magistrates and other stockholders. He would move that it be received, read, printed, and referred to the committee now sitting on land grievances ; carried. DISTRIOT COUNCI...

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Legislative Council. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1844. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 June 1844

-0 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6,.1814. The council met at the usual hour. Sir T. M?lTCHELL gave notice that, on Wednes. day, June 12, he would move for the following returns: 1. A return of the number of .whites.killed by the aborigines in the southern district, since its occ ýpation as part of the colony, specifying the years, and distinguishing the number of such deaths, in the western parts, to the northward of and beyond .Portland .Bay, from those in the seat of the southern province. 2. A return of atioriginal natives killed by the .wfites in the samiipais, during the same periods, as far as can be ascertained. 1aEssidEs FitOh TI?t aOVEINO?R. iMr. Private Secretary Panxsn was inlroduced with the following messages from His Excellency: Message frot his Excellency theGovernor to th 'Legislative Council, on presenting to them a' project of law to further amend, and continue for -a limited time, an act intituled "An Act for Regulating' the Constitution of Juries, and for .the Trial of Issues ...

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MR. MICHIE—IRISHMEN—PHRENOLOGY. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 June 1844

? lt. MIOsE-IRI. SHMEN--PMHfENOLOaY. Mn. Enton,-Adverting to Mr. Mtchie'a uncalled 'for defamation of Irish characters, in contra.dis tinction of North Britons, and his harmless backing out, as appeared iolthe Mornifng HeraldJ of Wed. nesday last; and as thi Herald declined to insert :my reply, may'I put, through the medium of your columns, the following questions : Ist. Of what .country were the inciters of the mur. ders committed by Burke and Hare P .2nd. Who were the purchasers, and who the re ceivers of the "saulYets?" Mr. Michie, with all his legal acumen, would do well to submit the conformation of his awkward pericraulum to the close examlnation of his adherents, ,when it will be found to his erl?faction, that the Sorg"n" of impertinence is fully developed. Under an impression, that the crowded state of your columns will not admit of a more lengthened abservalion for the present. I am, Mr. Editor, Yours, &c., CRITO. [Want of spaco has delayed t1s loitter. We hope Mr. ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 June 1844

Mn. EDIToR,-Having read in your journal of Sa)urday, May the 25th. a report of.the e'eotion of. District Councillors for Yass, I observe bhat one of the candidates, Dr. Clayton, not being present at the nomination, another of the candidates, Mr. H. Hume, called upon the Doctor to produce his qualifications, and, of course, he not being present, was unable to do so, upon which the Warden do. elated that the Doctor was disqualified from being put in nomination. I have observed both in the Chronicle and Herald, several other cases of a similar nature. It therefore appears that this is the proper and legal mode of proceeding. I wish, Sir, through the medium of your journal, if you will be kind enouh to allow me to do so, to contrast this with the course pursued by the Warden at the election of District Councillors for Maitland. At that election three (candidates were nominated, via., Mr. John Portus, Mr. Peter Green, and MIr. Nicholas Healy, Mr. Portus, Iwho had never attended any of th...

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AN OLD HAND'S CHAUNT. Air—"The Litermy Dustman." (Composed by a gentleman at Maitland, and sung at the amateur performance for the benefit of the Maitland Benevolent Asylum.) [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 June 1844

AN OLD HAND'S OIIAUNT. Air-" The I iteray Dustman." tComposed by a gentleman at Maitland, and msung at the amateur performancr for thle benefit of ithe 1Maitiaitd Be. nerolent Asylim.) 'Tie twenty years, or nearly so, Since I first started farming, And many curious thidge I've seen, And changes quite alarming; For then as gay as any lark I worked till night from dawning, Then went to bed, and with the sun 1 rose again next morning. So, If the truth you'd understand, And wisdom you'd diskiver, Just listen to the oldest htndJ Upon the Hunter River. Soon my two boys grew strong, and then I set young Tom a.mowing, While Dick would;help me make a fence, Or tale a turn at ploughing. The girls, too-bless you they've no pride (Though beauteous as a fairy) For Sue would sit and husk the corn, While Poll worked in the dairy. So if, &e. No stylish coats, nor women's dress Of satin, we were craving; Our wants were few, we all worked hard, And money feat were savltig So, very soon I:boug...

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Sydney Market. [CORRECTED UP TO LAST EVENING.] FLOUR, WHEAT, &c. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 June 1844

-0 (COaneOTrED UP TO LAST TEVENINlO. FLOU1, WHEIIAT, &o. a s.d. . s. d. Flour (fine), Pl 0Ils .... .... 11 0 to 012 0 Ditto (se?lds), ditto .... .... 0 9 0 .. 0 10 0. llvdd,4'21blo2't .... .... .... O 0 3 .. 0 0 0 liscult(lluehl cwtL. .... .. O 0 0 .. 1 2 0 Ditto (second), ditto ... .. 0 0 0 .. 0 16 0 Wheat, Colonial, 4 busheL .... 0 3 0 .. 0 3 9 Ditto,V.D. La,ditto .. .... 3 0 .. 0 3 U AAl Oe,ditto(wholesae) .... .... 0 1 2 .. 0 1 3 Ditto, dltto(retail).... .... 0 1 0 .. 0 1 9 lraul, l bushel .... .... ... 0 0 .. 0 0 10 larley, ditto.... .... .... .... 0 0 0 .. 0 O 0 Dltto, Cape, ditto .... . .... 0 0 0 .. 0 0 0. Oats, J4 bushel (wholesale) .... 0 0 .. 0 0 0 Ditto, dtto(rtal) ... .... .... 0 2 0 .. 0 2 4 Iay, 4 tou.... .... .... 310 0 .. 4 0 0 Ditto(retall), pcv t. .... ... 0 2 4 .. 0 4 0 Wheat itraw, , single load .... 10 0 .. 0 15 '0 Dito, per double loud .... .... 1 0 0 .. 1 7 0 Iodder,perdoze .. . ... ... 0 7 .. 0 0 9 Grass (wholesale), ' dozen buudles 0 0 .. 0 0 7 Diot...

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Legislative Council. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5. (Continued from our fourth page.) PASTORAL REGULATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 June 1844

Ulzgi.latilbC ?Poultci. -n WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5. (Continued from our fourth page.) PASTORAL REGULATIONs. Mr. WEnwoRnTr, in pursuance of notice, moved, that the petiton which he presented yesterday, from the inhabitants of Sydney, to referred to the select committee appointelI to consider and report upon the grievances connected with the Ian ds of the territory.. As the select committee which were now sitting, was not appointed when he gave notice of this motion, he could no: then move that it be referred to that committee. But he thought he should be wanting in his duty were he .to omit'doing so now. The petition which he had the honour to present to. the house, was the most numerously and respectably signed that had ever been presented to thatccouncil; The subject of tiat pttition was also one of the most important that lhad yet come under the con. sideration of the house. That petition may be con sidered as the petition of the Pastoral Association ,of New South Wales. The petition, i...

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DEPARTURES. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 June 1844

)EPAURTURES. . - JUNa 1 -For London, the ship C..emona, Bulley, with colonial produce. Passengers - Mleasrs. Andrews, Slncombe, White, Malkoneon, Chrlato. pherson, and Canty; Mr. and Mas. Waring, Mr. and Mrs. Dixon, and Mr. Abrahams._ -, 2. -For New Zealand, the schooner Oralava, flay, with sundries. Passengers- Mr.. G. S. Johnston, and Mr. Joult. 3.-For Auckland, the barque Strathllua.l:8mp son, with'cattle, sheep, &e. Passengers-Messrs. Mars,. Lassiter, Mullins, Smith, Hill, and- El. sington. 4.-For London, the barque Araochse, Pearce, with colonial produce. Passengers-Mr. and Mrs. 'Bean and two children, Lieutenant Rose, of H,M.S. Huzard, Dr. Myers, Master Pollard, Mrs. Tellatt, and Mr. W. II. Hallett ; ,Messrs. Brough, Hackett, Todd, and Johnson, invalids f;am II.M.S* Hasard. CnRAP PasaAos.-On the arrival of the Dubli, Captain Duuiam, at the Cape on the 8;h January last, having left this piast on the 18th October, one of the passengers, whp had given bitla for his passag...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 June 1844

AlIIIVALS. - JunB 1.-From Moreton Bay, the 29th ult., the steamaer Sovereign, 119 tons, Cape, with 30 bales. wool, 5 casks tallow, ald sundries. Possengers Mr. Solomon, and 8 in the steerage. 1.-From Port Phillip, the 26th, Launceston, the 29tc, and Boyd Town, Twolold Buy, the 31st,ult., the steamer Shamrock, 200 tons, Gilmoro, with wool, and sundries. Passengers-- Dr. Palmer, Mir. Crew, Mir. Beiwick, Oaptain A1'Phee, Mr. and Mrs. Jones, tMr. and Mrs; Connor, Miss Woodruff, Mr. Helnsn,' Mr. Stacoey, Mr. J. Brownei tr.'l. 'ttayhorno, Mtr. A. Ttharpy, and Mr. J. Aikens. 2.-From Adelaide, the 24th ult., the schooner. Hawk, 115 tuns, Brown, with wheat, flour, lead ore, 'o. Passengers-Mrs. Brown and child, and BMr. O. M. Eddie. iJ. F. Itoss, agent. 6.-From Port Nelson, 14th May, the brig Co. lypso. 105 tons, Harrold,,wlth sundles. .Passenogers -Mr. Ogilvie, Air. Clspman, Mr. Betts, Mr. Blat, Mr. Jounson, Mrs, Uowen and son, Mr. and Mrs. Nock, two sons, and two daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Mou...

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DR. LANG'S "LECTURES ON PUSEYISM." [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 June 1844

-DR. LANG'S "LECTURES ON . PUSEYISM." TIrAT honourable and reverend gentleman has, under this title; couched some unwar rantable.and unbecoming.attacks upon the Catholic Church and faith,' which.some of our readers inight expect us to reply to; but we beg to remind them, that the writer in the Observer, who is said, to be Dr, Lang, having dared to'say that " Popery is a highway robber, and no mistake * * -e comes up to the. christian,.and robs him of his bible;'" and on requiring, either a. proof of this assertion, or a retractation of it, but receiving neither,. we told him (in language suited to such an antagonist) that we should cram .the audacious assertion down his throat;. which we have done, by adducing a body. of facts and of evidence in the Ghronicle of the 1st May, that we dare him to disprove, Having done so, and as we consider a writer so .acting, un worthy of argument or reply,. we shall give none to the disgusting tissue of misrepre sentation and calumny put forth in h...

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TESTIMONIAL TO THE VERY REVEREND THE VICAR GENERAL. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 June 1844

TESTIMONIAL TO THE VERY REVERIIND THE VICAR GENEIAL. A numerous and resjpectable meeting bf the friends of the Very Rev. F. Murphy, V, G:, wae held in SW tick's Church, on tho.evening of Tuesday'i~'tj.or the purpose of presenting him with p.testis6 nial of their respect, previous to his departure for South Australia. On the motion of Dr. Harnett, J. H. Plunkett, Esq., took the chair. The Chairman said, the matter which called them together, and which met with his most cordial sup. port and concurrence, was for the purpose of pay. ing a compliment to their respected Vicar General, who was about to be called away from them to do. vote his valuable exertiuons-to the creation of those blessings which had marked his career in another and more infant colony. He (the Attorney. General) was sure the object of this meeting was not acceptable to the very reverend gentleman himself, who, for ever retiring in his habits as he had ever been, was always anxious to avoid public applause, and used ...

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AUSTRALIAN IMPROVEMENT. MR. MICHIE'S LECTURE ON ASSOCIATIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 June 1844

AUSTRALTAN IMPRtOV1 MENT, MR. MICIHIE'S, LECTURE ON AS SOCIATIONS. No species of lecture almost, or informa tion on any piblic question, could 'afford us more gratification, than that given by Mr. Michie in his lecture on Wednesday week, at the School of Arts, on the "advantages of a society for the iimprovementof tlie ag riculture and the arts" in'Australia. The lecture was published in the Herald on Tuesday. last, which being a daily paper it could do, but. which our, limited columns and space precluded us from, which we regret. We trust however that the lecture will not be lost, but.produce the effects the able and learned gentleman expected from it, in the formation of the society he con templated; which if based on just and phi losophical principles, and carried out in its details with a correct knowledge of the ca pabilities of the colony, as to soil, climate, population, and geographical position-with judgment, sagacity, and acquaintance with mnan--lis never-dying desire to a...

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METHODISM IN MAITLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 June 1844

l?ITHODIStO I 1N MAITLAND. MAn. E rsToH,-I have again the pleasure to con. gratulato you on the progress which religion is making in this district. On Whit Sunday we con cluded the Jubilee, when nearly 300 persons ap proached the altar, amongst whom I am happy to say were several converts, who by their pious de. meanour edified the whole congregation. The pro. gress which true religion is making in this district, appears however to have excited the ire of a certain would-be.thought reverend gentleman, belonging to the Wesleyan sect who residas in West Maitland, and who occasionally figures as an auctioneer, a proposer of district councillors, &c., &c., &c. The members of the community to which this sort of half reverend auctioneer belongs, and of which he aspires to be a kind of leader, held what they term a "camp meeting" on Whit Monday, and in the evening of the same day, they had a tea party in their chapel, at which several speeches were delivered and res...

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Original Correspondence. THE GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 June 1844

ct])Dv U fl1 c1 q ltolj o Ob l l r, lI L- (TItR OOVERNEIENT PIINTING OFFICE. Mn. EuTron,.-Aware of the zeal with which you enter into all subjects touching the welfare of 'the working classes, it appears to me matter of sur prise that the pressing distresses of a body of men with whom, as editor of a journal, you are in some -degree connected, should hitherto have escaped your particular. notice-- allude to the journeymen printers of Sydney. Your silence upon this sub 'ect I can only attribute to your ignorance of two facts, viz., that there are now in Sydney, and have 'been for a long period, not fewer than between twenty and thirty of these men out of employment, and consequently in a state of utter' destitution; *and that this crying evil may be traced chiefly, if -.ot wholly, to the existence of an institution under 'the especial patronage of the executive. Now, his Excellency, as he has lately averred, may not have it in his .power' to relieve ;the distresses of the un fortubat...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 June 1844

"The Morning Chronicle' 'is published twice 'a week, on Wlednesday and Saturday; and is extensively circulated throughout New South Wales, Van Diemen's Land, South Alustra'lia, New Zealand, and India; and in England, Scotland, and Ireland.- The Qarters end on the 31st March, 30th June, 30th SeptembPr, and 31st December; at which periods only sitbscribers can decline receiving it, after paying the amount due.-Advertisers should mark on each advertisimient the number of insertions required; otherwise they are continued till countermanded. Orders to discontinue or alter advertisements must be sent in before six o'clock on the evenings of Tuesday, Thlursday, and Saturday; but new advertisements are received till siz o'clock on the evening before publication.-1lll instructions must be given in !riting, and all letters post paid. - · lllm'- --l l- - - ~ - mill mnli lm all l ii m lll l I 1 4+G'I I?I? I_ II MIi ~ l I l??~ ll l gm l' lal NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. FROM the unceasing expenses att...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Morning Chronicle — 8 June 1844

S T,. AT RICK'S ;LIIST,. OF..SUB3 SSCRIPrIONS. Sunday jevening, Juue 2, 1844. Rev. J. M'Eneroe 0..... 0' 2 6 Mr. Michael Ryan ...... O 2 0 John Hlar:ey ...... 0 2 6 Edward M'Encroe ....., 0 2 6 Michael Cannon .... 3 0 Michael Dalton ...... 0 2 6 James Maddeit .,..,. 0 2 6 Patrick Hogan-. ...... 0 2 6 Wyld 0 5 0 James Madegan ....., 2 6 James Rigney ...... 0 2 6 William Byrne ..... 0: 2; 6 Patrick Speering ..,.. 0 5 0 Christopher Murray ..... O 5 0 A Friend ...... 0 5 0 Ditto . .... 0. 2 Ditto ...... 0. 2 0 Master Coyle ..... 0 2 6 Thomas Macnamara ...... 0 5 0 An Assigned Servant . 0... O 1 0 Mrs. Hancock ...... 0" 1 0 Miss Mary Daley . ...... 0 2 6 Margaret Daley ...... O 1 0 Jane Moran ...... 0 1 0 Catherine Murphy r. 0 2 0 WEEKLY COLLECI.ONs. Mr. Patrick Speering ."..... 1 15 0 Master W. Curtis ...... 0 2 4 Peter Curtis ..... 0-1. 1 George Curtis ...... 0 1 3 Miss Eliza Winch " 1...... 0 0 Mary Ann Rafferty ...... Q 2 1 Collected at the door ...... 0 1. 9 Total £..... £5 13 0 P. ...

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