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Commercial. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, March 29. The Prices quoted below hare reference only to transactions between the producer and first purchaser. QUEANBEYAN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 March 1862

" ' GOLDEN AGE" Office, March 29. _o rln Pr1re gqotoed bekcw hare rc/rrenee onlt, to Lranae line between te producdr "nd firt purchasuer. QUEAN?DEAN MARKET. Flour, per ton, line £17; seconds, £10; rations, £15. ad a d lent. per shel, ......... 0 to 6 0 r,, itt, .... ... .. 1 3 to 0 0 MJnize, ditto .. ... 4 0 to 5 0 Ilnrhiy. dito .. ... .. .. 4, 0 to 40 Outs. ditto .. . .. 0 to. .O' 0 tilny, per ton .... . 41 to Ol.. 10 Bnttter.(slt) u to 0 0 Baincon, ... 0 6 to 0 7 Cheese, ... 0 6 to0 7 Eggs, ... 5 to 0 0 Potatoes. per ewt. b5. Tat Cattle, 51. 0Os. to 71. 10a.; COelves. 1. 15s, ocr head. Sheep, tas. to 20s.. per leand; Pigs, 6d. per pound Ilih.,, 4a. i to is. ealt Slheepskilns, 41d. to Cd Ie Tallow. per too, 281. to S.0i., for gool samples. Carrine., per ne ton,-Svdlnc to Queanoeyon, 71. I10. to 91. Queanhcyan to Cooo~e, 3. 10s. to 4i. QUOTATIONS .1' TILE MILLS. Fine flour. 171. Seconds, 101. Wheat ... 4s Cd, to 5t intions, 151. per'ton 'olrd' ... ... Is. Cd Bran . .. Is. 3d. Giding...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
GARDENERS' CALENDAR. Expressly adapted for the District of Queanbeyan. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 March 1862

GARDENERS' CALENDAR. Hpreely adapted for theDistrict of Qu?ranbeyan. -_ ~Jnct.lFow onionst4or spring crop, epinach, radish, ross let:uce and white c.Iauge lettuce. 'I his is a good mon hI for sowing Yoek cnhbllge for a spring crop. Earth up celery well this month, taking care to collect the plant well together; this lmuast he donel ont a dry? day. Our Agents are parlicularly requested to forward their Quarterly .Sate mnents andRenilttaices zoitcout delay.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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O. B. EBSWORTH'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 March 1862

O. D. EBSWORTH'S REPORT WooLs--It was only during the present week that the result of thie termination of the London November series of sales became lknown in Sydney, and those interested-in the wool trade made -aware of the actual tall that had taken place by receipt of their account sales. From those it will be found that at no period have wools sold so irregularly, pot tions of, the same clip selling at 2d. per. lb. difference. in the space of a thw days. The decline,-however, has been greatest on scounred wools if touched with seed, skin and wools in grease, likewise fine Northern clips, if faulty in condition and tender in staple. all of which must be quoted st 2d. to 5dd. per lb., and not 1id. on the average, as reported. This result is most, disastrous and unetxpected, and it may not be out of place to inquire whether the prospects are such as to warrant a hope that prices will recover in the February sales. So long as the civil war in America coltinutns the trade of England ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 March 1862

BIRTH. At her residence, Queanbeyan, on the 21st instant, Mrs. George Hunt, of a daughter. DEATH. At Charnwood, on the 4th of February, 1862, Sarah, the beloved wife of Mr. George Clarke. She was a kind and affectionate wife, and a good mother, and has left eight children to deplore their loss.

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 March 1862

LETTERS. Tbwon Letters-Not exceeding i oz, ld; exceeding on.s, but not exceeding I or, -d; and 2d extra for every addl. tioned ounce or fraction of an ounce. Country Lettcrs-s ot exceeding 4 oz, 2d; exceeding oz, but not exceeding I oz, 4d1; and 44 every additional ounce or fraction of anoaunce. Colonial, intcr-Colonial, and Foreign Leltters (except In special cases given)-Not exceeding I oz, id ; and Od extra for every additional half.ounce, or fraction of half.ounce. Letters to nd from the United Kingdom.-Not exceeding ' oz, 6d; exceedins" half.-ounce but not exceeding one ounce, Is. extra for every additional ounce or fraction of an ounce. PACKETS AND BOOKS. Packets of Gold transmitted woithin the Colony.-Not exceeding ; oz, 4d ; exceeding half-ounce but not exceed. ing I oz, Bd; and 8d extra for every additional ounce or fraction of mn ounce. Book Parcels.for Malta, Gilrafter, and the United King. dom-N-ot exceeding 4 ozs. 4df not exceeding j lb. 8d; nod Bd extra for every addit...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 March 1862

SA iE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AND EFFECTS.' Mr. Abraiham Levy I-ans been favoured with instlrutions from MISS. CLARKE, to sell by PUBLIC AUCTION; On the Premises; ALFRED COTTAGE, • Near the Bridge, Queanbeynn, On MONDAY 31st of MARCH, At Twelve o'clock, A BRILLIANT - TONED Ros wood Cottago Piano, 62 octave, by flopkisson, Regent-street Cedar Tables, nearly new Forms Eight capital Chairs One Easy ditto - Steel Engravings hIttsle Stretchers .Mnltrnsses Bedding . , Vnshstands " Chamber Services Dressing Tattles Lookinc-glass Glass TVaret Crockery Kitchen Utensils, &c. Sewing Machine PopularBoo'ts MagioLautern, &c. A LEVY \vill sell, immediately S aftter the sile of BMiss CLAa{gt's Fur niture, - ;. . - . , On '11ONDAY, the..: 81st instant At, her residence, by order of the owner:-. One of-Thomnas' Sewing Machines, in perfect order, andi with all the lat, s: improvements . . . A lot of ILLnUTRATED LonaDo NEWS . and Pusoet, Ihmundl.' ' A very large Maglc Lantern, with slide...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Local Intelligence. POLICE COURT. THURSDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 March 1862

oa Cal flte!igtlucn . POLICE COURT. TIarSDAY. Before the Police Magist.ate, W. F. Hay ley, and J. J. Wright. Esqs. J.P. Obscene Langua.ie. Joseph Garrey, for using obscene language, was sent to confinement for two days, in de fault of paying a flue of 80s. Ch/arge of illegally rescuing a bullock. John Whielding appeared on summons to answer the complaint of John Allan O'Neill, Iailiff of the Dlstrict Court, for having on the ,2nd inst. rescued a bullock 'which had been seized in an execution levied on the defen dant's property. Senior constable Reilly, J. A. O'Neill, and Michael O'Rourke, gave evi dence for'the prosecution; and for the defence Richard ?Vallace was sworn. The gist of the case is this: Defendant's goods were distrain ed on, and brought into Quenboeyan by the bailiff on the 2nd inst . They weresecurely placed in a paddock. The next day, defen dant had an interview with the bailiff saying that he shouli like to see the bullock, -ns lihe was about to satisfy the executio...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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THE REPORTED CAPTURE OF NANA SAHIB. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 March 1862

THE REPORTED :CAPTURE OF _NANA SAHIB. From the Times of India, Dec. 12th. BY far- the most imiportant item of news carried by the present mail to' Europe is the announce ment that the miscreant Nana of Bithooi was captured a few days ago at-Kurrachee, when on the point of embarking from that port. Some difficulty seems to be experienced in identifying the prisdner, and the conflicting evidence upon the point will be found fully detailed below. The capture was: preceded some days by a rumour in Kurrachee' that the Nainan was, making h.is way down `the valley of the Indus in the guise. of aHiingalee: 'purpos ing to niake for, lvwarka from either Sonineauee or Kurrachee, and to proceed thence to Zanzi bar or-Muscat. "We submit to our readers this 'morning the.following de tails, whlich may be relied on. It was decided yesterday by the authorTties to liberate the person' apprehended as the Nana, when Mr. Nugent Sullivan, apothecary in charge of the General Hospi tal learned from one of ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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SCRIPTURAL GEOLOGY. (Continued). [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 March 1862

SCRIPT URAL ,GEOLOUY._.,. _. ' (Contini'ied). :: I- the vegetable and- mineral kingdom such - like negations are continunil. The plants, the climate, the very mineral 'constitution of t that-.world, or rather that succession of, worlds,-for according to the deductions" of Geology eaclih strata s conside"red as in itself a world,-are also regarded as having been altogether different from the present; for it is~not only pretended, but actually asserted, t that no single stratum has ever been formed, or can be formed, liy ny of the operations of nature which are at present known, or now going on ; yet from this we are expeoted to 1 receive a theory concerning the origin and age of. the world, which virtually has no bainis, or certain date from which the deductions of geology can be made. Tp evade one creation and one deluge which is revealed, it introduces as many alternate creations, andl destructions as there arestrata, and those are innunieraible; and also assigning periods for. eac...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 March 1862

BOOKS, BOOKS. GEORGE ROBERTSON'S New General Catalogue IS NOW READY, 184 pages 8vo, price 1/. posted, 1/8. T HIS Catalogue gives the title, size,and price of allthe new and stan dard books in every department of literature, on sale by G. R., and is so arranged as to form a very useful manual for intending purchasers of books. GEORGE ROBERTSON, Importer of Books and Stationery, 888, George-street; and . 69, Elizabeth-street, Melbourne. " au fri NEWMARKET III HORSE REPOSITORY. ' Gilbert and Co., AUCTIONEERS AND) COMMISSION TI AGENTS, t Hold DAILY SALES of HORSES and CARRIAGES, Opposite the schoolZ of Arts. at PITT-STREET, SYDNEY. at "c 0. B. EBSWORTH, c 01 Produce .A.uctioneer ci AND . ' W OO=. nO- =, . CIRCULAR QUAY, SYDNEY. ,-A" Advances made on Produce sent for; Sale or Shipment.. BUTLER BROTHERS AND WHITEHOUSE, Wholesale Saddllers, HARNESS-MAKERS' & SADDLERS' IRONMONGEItS, V .And Pitt-street, Sydney, e NeWar the Metropolitan Hotel. :-M Sydney Ophthalmic Institution For the...

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General Intelligence. GOULBURN CIRCUIT COURT. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 March 1862

0 niii 4 Jnttligatce. GOULBURN CIRCUIT COURT. AblriJded fron the Goulburn Papers. The Court opened at 10 o'clock on Monday last, betlbre hi IsHonor Sir Alfred Stephen, Chiut Justice. The Attorney eneral conduc ted the ca ,es on behalf of the Crown. Thile fllowing prisoners were arraigned, and severally pleaded not guiltyc-Hcnry Keene, Michuel Lawler, Henlmy Watson, John Lyon, John Stuias, lcDnjaimin Allerton, 3Mark Galla glhar. \VWill:u Rogers, Michael Henry Davis, Aaron von Elstein, and Rubert Smith. Assault with intent to Murder. Charles Coyle, a young man about twenty, was indicted for having at Burrangong feloni- ously, unlawfully, and maliciously wounded   one William Crisp, with intent to kill and murder him; a second count charged the pri- soner with wounding with intent to do some grievous bodily harm. The jury returned a verdicton the second count. Prisoner re-   manded for sentence. JWounding with intent to Jlurder. Mark Gallagher was indicted for...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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MAILING. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 29 March 1862

MAILING. THE present mail arrangements in New South Wales are a positive dis- grace to any civilised community. This may probably be true in a general sense, but we speak in par- ticular of the overland postal line be- tween Sydney and Melbourne, ex- tending as far as the Murray fron- tier at Albury. The subsidy for conveying these mails have been split up into three or four different contracts, and as there is little or no reciprocity of action between the various contractors, the service is carried out in a disjointed and un- satisfactory manner. As a general rule the mail drivers in the employ of each contractor are thoroughly independent, and start with the local mails according to their res- pective time tables, without any reference to the arrival of the mails above or below them. Thus if the mail from Sydney is a little behind time in Yass, the folks at Albury get only their letters and papers from Yass upwards. The system of small contracts also interferes with the efficienc...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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THE PRINCE CONSORT'S LAST DAY. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 April 1862

THE PRINCE CONSORT'S LAST, .DAY. A correspondent of the Record, says :-- saw.i in the Times that the. Hon. .Baptist Noel had said in. a recent speech;: thliat he had heard that: the clergyiiiaii whose ministry the Royal Family at tended at Osborne: was-: a good man, and thait the more fhithf'ul his sermons the :more was' he thanked for t heni, by. tihe late Prince. I see, too; that the wri ter of : .' Heaven our Home" writes :that his: book bad been noticed by'a?wish from Wiridsor to know. the, author, and this; only a short time; ago; a -very remarkable fact. And a letter 'from' a noblemann who attended the 'Prince to the last, has tlhei following " sentence in it:-T rhe Prince continlually repeated on his deathbed, that'hymn, "Rock; of' Ages." .: Sirely, then, wce:need not mourn" as "those without: hope, and .living..:as he died, what an- example 'ha 'he left his. family:!. ,: The advertiser narrates an incident cornmecied with the last serm on preached before the CourtailBalmoral...

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LETTERS. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 April 1862

LETTERS. Town Letters-Not exceeding oz,. Id; exceeding } no, but not exceeding I oz, 2d ; and 2d extra for. every addi tional ounce or fraction of an ounce. Country Zetters-Not exceeding } oz; 2i; exceeding I oz, hut not exceediig 1'on, 4d and 4d 'every additional ounce or fraction of an ounce. G Colonial, inter.Colonial, and Foreign Letters (except in special cases given)-Not exceeding J oz, 6d ;and Gd extra for every additional hl:f.ounce, or fraction of half-ounce. Letters to and fronm the, United ?ingdon. -Not exceeding j oz, Od; exceediu< half-ounce but, not exceeding one ounce, Is. extra for every additional ounce or fraction of an ounce. PACKETS AND BOOKS. Piacket of Gold transnitted withln the Colony.-Not 'exceeding 0 oz, 4d ; exceeding half-onnce lnut not exceed. Ing I oz..8d; and 8d extra for every add.tional ounce or fraction of an ounce. Book Parcelsfor Matta,- Gibralter, and the United King. dom-Not exceeding 4 ozs. 4d; not exceeding 4 lIb 8d ( nnd 8d extra f...

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POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. Goulburn, Collector, Gundaroo, Gininderra, and Queanbeyan. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 April 1862

POSTAL ARRANGEMENTS. : Goulburn, Colleotor, Gundaroo, Gininderra, and S Queanbeyan. Leave Goulluni every Wedsesday antd Saturday at 5 a.m. arriving at Collector at 9 a.m., at Gundaroo'at 1 p t., at Ginindernt at 4.45 p.m., and utQuanctbeyan tt a.30 p.m. on the satle days, Leave Qaenanheyanevery Sunday and Thursday, at 6 a.m., arriving at Giniaderra at 7 nm., at Gundaroo at 11 a.nt., at Collector at 2 p.m, and at Goulbulan at 6 p.m.. on the sanme days. Queanbeyan, Micalago. Bunyan, and Cooma, Leave Quennleyin everry Mondaty, Wedh?lday, mid Satar. day at 10 a-m., tarriving tat .irenlago, nt 4'p-m., and de. parting thence at 4.30 p-m,anrriviing at11 p.mt.. on the same days, and at Cooma at t' a-n. on the following days. Leave Cooma on Sundays. Tuesdays, and Fridays, at 6 p-m., arriving at BIanyan at 7 p-m. on the same days. and at 31icnlago at I a.m., and Qucatbeyan at 8 a-am. on the . following days' . . Boro, Bungendore, and Queanbeyan. L-naro oro on Monday, Wednes!da!y, and Saturday...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 April 1862

Notice. i Our Agents are particularly requested; -~, to for oard their Quarterly Stat _\me?.ts and Remittances witltout delay.

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HOW A SKYLARK PREACHED A SERMON. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 April 1862

iHOW A SKYLARK.PREACHED A SERMON. Stories, as well as poems, con cerning the skylark' iabound; but one of the best, both for in terest and ' as showing the con stant love of Eriglishmen for this truly English biird, came to my knowledge, a few months ago. * As you are doubtless aware, there is no such a thing as a song bird natural to Austra lia ; there are birds who chatter, birds who "shriek, but no bird that sings. Well, there was a young man who went out from England as a gold-digger, and was lucky enough to make some money, and prudent enough to take care of it. He opened a "store," (a sort of rough shop, where everything, from candles to coffins, are sold) at a place. called The Ovens, a celebrated gold-field, above two0 hundred miles from.. Melbourne. Still continuing to prosper, hle, like a dutiful son, wrote home for his father- and -mother; :?eiiesting them to come, out to him and, if they p6ssibly bcould, 't6 bring with them a laIrk:' :So a lark was procured, and in' due ...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Commercial. "GOLDEN AGE" Office, March 29. The prices quoted below have reference only to transactions between the producer and first purchaser. QUEANBEYAN MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 April 1862

"; G iD AGE.Q fflce, arch 2$ Th- he .Tireo qttetl below hoaec"jereneaaoy to Larasac '" tio 'f eo A.apraduceio rodflrst?urchae' QUEANIBEAN MARKET. Flour, per ton, inse £17; seconds, £10; rations, £15. ad d "Whent, per bushel, .4 6 to 5 ]Irat, ditt ... ... ... ... 1 to 0 0 Maize, ditto ..... .. ... 4 to . 0 Unrley, ditto ... ... ... ... 4 0 to 4 0 Outs, ditto . .. .. -6, . to 6 0 tttr li, per ton, ..... 4. - A to ~ l. It o -. Cheese, ... O tol. 7,.4,.Ngo,' :..''.? 1 I , to- 00 Potntoes, pur cwt. 5... - Fat COdtle, 1. lls. to 7. 10a.; Cdvse, l. l.s, ctr head. Sbeep, ISa. to IOs., per bead; Pigs, 6d. per pound Ilides, 4s. d. to Gs. catch Sheepskins, 4,d. to 6d lb Tollow, per tm. 2981. to 01l., for good satutlcS. Carriage, iper ton.--Svlney to Queanbeyuat. 71. 10s. to 01. Qtiealbeyarn to tootna, It. 10s. to I1. QUOTA TIONS AP.TLtuE. MITLS. -r --Fine lotr.ur 17. Secon??dI101. Wheat ...4s i'tottd? . L?]tiols, 151. per-on t Pollard ... ... Is. d ?_?;3 Is.: . . 3d. G| tlrinding... ... ts. 6d...

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O. B. EBSWORTH'S REPORT [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 April 1862

W-1 13. 0I3 SWOiLTHR'S REPORT: STYWool.--Tho decline noticed last week is fill?y dorinllmed ?lut owners lthing rather dis ---posed toaceiept ?pricosi-than to. sjhip on their" own account; there has been a greater amount of business done tltan for some time. B3roken. locks, woolq invgrease as well, asaskin, and ~scouremd woQls; -rom'aln dull 0 ' sald. Thoe principal' lots sbold to-day were-WL, at is. 5ld.; GB3&Co, 's. d.d.'; A&L, secured, at r'il:8. il.' JO conJdined, Is. 4d. The' whole -of tihe Westeru-wools wero withdrawn. - ,i't Slimesi cimis.-No iniprovement can be no tlced, but all offered havemet purchasers at the reduction'of last week. i '.;:..ir .-l he 'general fooling that prices ( 'ramid last week fori shipm~Dnt cannot be main: ta::ined in-the lhaceof tho reports from homh e, ;ihas caused shippers to reduce theol lilhits, and :there was not so much inclination' to operate to-day. On' the other hitdd, the town trade lhanve sstrhengthed the market,' by taking...

Publication Title: Queanbeyan Age And General Advertiser
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Impoundings. [Newspaper Article] — Queanbeyan Age and General Advertiser — 5 April 1862

(From the G Government Gazette, March 25th) : At 'ass, on the 20th March, from, C'urra I: 'ck d riqjbEy tMic . JohnL Swift,c; dimages and drivinc g 13/3 each: .' Once black mare, 3 with JR over and JA .r:,eonJfojaed amdcer neal shoulderi, bairj hores' foal atJoot, utnbracided ; one iron -qreyfilly 1T.7S near.shoulder one. bay ccmare, star, Jill (the "EL., conujoined) lnt shoulder, horsse r~- foal at foot unbranded; tontebayll, .tar, " 1 c.nar shoulderi ; onie bay colt,-star, samec Also, on the 17th March, frorn the Liltle R" iver, by! J. AP/Bean, damaes: and driving, 10/3: One bay qeldinq, star, •MB ofTshouolder, ': neck and shoulder, aged, 15'lhands high. '' i fnot released within 24 days from. date of publicaltion, Will be sold. .IJARlOIJ), Poundleeper. At Collactor, oq, thel 22nd., Februaryt, fronm tlie estate of 1t. Cooper,Esq: Willerroo, .ldacmanes. 4/.: "One black colt, star, black ,points, IIB .sideways near shoulder, M off shocilder, 5 years old, 15 haiids hiqh. - ,.lJ not-r...

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