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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 August 1846

t THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1846. general, in relation to those demands, pasted the resolutions with which those of yoa who are mem bers of that council are well acquainted. A copy of them with full explanations have been forwarded to be laid before the British government. Until their views be known, it is not deemed expedient that anv. further publicity should be given, especially as pri vate character is deeply involved. There appears to bo no hope that the relations of thU country with Great Britain will be Such at they ought to be and such as His Majesty desires them to be. until every matter connected with Mr. Charlton's claim or claims made in his name, be fairly and fully investigated and settled. It is considered that the King gave a signal proof of his respect and deference to Great Britain, when he submitted that Mr. Charlton should be put in possession of land claimed by him, without the pre vious formality of I hf presentation of title, and that he gave anothe...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 August 1846

THE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1846. 53 . i Ml . r rwiniii ...L li u tll lid II MlnK... I t Ytllll.il w uiiiiuuilWU jn (lllA tim. . J plates the nomination of Consuls for th.. f Jorts between which and the SlSSSi mercantile uuercourso eJtlsta. While th 7,.: " imports continue .rf h fa 5" tho invoices of foreign goods should be certified by Sped I. 8,d,ng ,n tho l,or, which iheyVrJ H,s Majesty persists in his policy, essentially IIa. wa.ian, to show equal favor to all7 nation,, to co! the friendship of all, to yield to tho undue dictS of none, but with God, assistance, to conduct he" ailairs of his government, through officers appo inted by, and responsible to himself alone. FPomiea From the high character of the Aecnts of it,. United States lately appointed, and S'Lal ac! qu.rcments, II .i Majesty confidently expects a very great improvement in the transaction of all busines relating to that Republic, whose shipping andTom! ...v.w. vV.... K.Caujr lo outvalue those of other for...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 August 1846

54 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1846. A NEW GOODS, JUST RECEIVED PER SHIP AD. .MOORSSOM. sd for At c BY GEORGE PELLY GEORGE T. ALLAN, Gener.il assortm-jo. of GOODS, consisting of tho following, viz Glass and Earthenwve of all descriptions, Brass Bedsteads and Softs, (the bedsteads with mosquito curtains complete,) Green Baize, Blankets, Boots and Shoes of all descriptions and superi or quality. India - Rubber and Cotton Braces, Clothes, ll.iir, Tooth, Blacking, and Horse Brushes, M. O. fcarl, shirt, patent meta bone Buttons, India Rubber Cupce, Superfine dark blue.gretn, black and scarlet Ladies Cloths, Superfine dark blue and ast'd, summer Coats, Brass Clocks, Ivory, horn, currv, and iron mane Comb Velvet Wine Corks, Plain, blue and twilled Cottony, Bleached and Unbleached Lomr Cloihs, Estoppelas, Regittas, and Furniture Print, Muslins, lace and lace Caps, Green and Damask Table Cov era , Dimity, Black silk Ferrets and hair Ribbons, Blue, white and superfine white Flannels,...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 August 1846

SUPPLEMENT To M POLYNESIAN, S rvjij x NESI A N. THE HONOLULU, SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1846. " rcr We know not fc,,w canleTtllTc umn or two of our journal to theexrl,,.: than by the insertion of the following flower of thought and feeltng, culled from the experience o . 1C v. .... . uucect and sound at heart An occasional boquet like thi9 to minds not wholly lun.edby he rnatcrial world to a sense of Z beauty of the ,nner and spiritual life, is refreshing li, fragrance " the secretion of truth and solid sense heightened by faith in , ,ie UI15M to made active by benevolence in this. Hearken read, en, to Edward Lyttleton Bulwer'e panegyric on co d water, lie speaks like a man who dclL. the truth from self-knowledge. "Hero then, O brothers, O affiicte'd ones Ibid you farewell. I wish you on 0f tho ,nZ li friendships man ever mado th r..,:r ' u ,Uh No, Udir t, rhSf'.'SSS more sportive and bew tchinr nn itj; ?ce ,eJJed more ,,,, dVahh'f,, ,e,c ment of which she is the type In hnnt.k find it t...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 August 1846

t 56 SUPPLEMENT TO THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1846. . m B Y A UTHORITX. The undersigned has this day, appointed the foN lowingnamed persona to be Notaries Public under Sec. 1 Article 3 Chapter 2 Part 5, and to be Agents for taking the acknowledgement of Instruments for Registry, under Sec. 12 Article 1 Chapter 2 Part 5, of the Act to organize the Executive Departments, viz : - For the Island of Maui, Sam'l J. Tkwnant, Esq. .., Ksuaf, Godfrey Rhodes, Esq. To be a Commissioner to take the acknowledge ment of Instruments for Registry as above, in the Island ofOahu, and District Attorney at Honolulu, under Sac. 21 of Chapter 3 Part 5 of said Act, John R. Jasplr, Esq. , And to be District Attorneys at the other ports of entry, Sam'l J. Tenjtant, Esq. for Lahaina, Godfrey Rhodes, Esq. for Ilanalei. - On the Recommendation of the undersigned, Ilia Majesty has also this day commissioned Henry Sea, Esq. to bo Marshal of the Hawaiian Islands, under Sec. 1 Chapter 1 Part G of the sau...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 August 1846

tb:ie--.p(Q)ly.w I A. N HONOLULU, SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1846, I No. 15, THE POLYNESIAN The Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government Published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, ILL J. J. JAHVE3, EDITOR. TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. Subscription. S6 per annum j 6 months 3fio. i months, S, payable in advance , sin?l pie,' ,2T2 ctJ Adve.ti.ino.-A square, 2 for fiat thFee insertion, 50 cents for each continuance: more than hslf a squall' and less than a whole, l,50 for first three insertion, 30 cents f.r each continuance , half a square or lo"8 5J'fr lint three insertions, 23 cents for each continuance. By the year, more than half and not exceeding a whole column. SGO. Less umounts at proportionate rates. v CHARLES E." HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. 1 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1846. BUSINESS CARDS. RICHER & JOHNSON, (Scnccal (gommfssfon iiltnfjanto, O. P. Ricker, .. , . M. Johnson, Jr. Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. N. B. Wanted, bills on the United States, Eng land or France, for which n.one...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 August 1846

GO THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1S40. T H R POT. V R 55 f ' A ! vrcU to have been expected from an J HONOLULU, SATURDAY. AUGUST 29, 146. : potentate, in whose countrr slavery hat exis ' very throughout bis "dominions. Such a proceeding African ted as ; Ion? as the country jtself. It was on the represent- i The Trench government, under the bill appropria ting 93 millions of francs for the navy, had fixed its force as follows, viz: 40 ships of the line, 66 frigates, Ladd & Co., vs. Hawaii ak Government. The court of arbiters appointed by both parties as above, to hear and award upon the claims of Ladd i rrZTZT.:. .....rr7.r.t: r.VrZT" i :Y::X ."a r ."k r";, ."I IGObrirs and schooners, and 20 transports, with 1U0 & Co. vs. thu government, convene on ,onaay, T, . . . , .. took this step. The French, albeit slaverv still ex- steamers of the power of 23,800 horses collectively, the 24th, at the house lately occupied as the S. The American bug Gli-. armed on the 23d, 21 ; i...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 August 1846

THE A Episcopal Church. The subiect f W a church for the accommodation of th Residents and inviting a clergyman of the Episcopal nomination to officiate therein, was arritated . Jvears since, and a considerable sum subscribed to tarry it into effect, but not enough however without belying upon assistance from abroad. Letters wro written to the U. S. stating the facts and ursine th claims of the place to tho favorable notice of fn jbenovolentoflhat denomination. The bishop and reverend gentlemen before whom the subject was then orougni replied mat such was the demand for Episcopal clergymen in the U. S. at that period that it would bo very difficult to find one suited to the .ircumstances of this town, free to go. They thought favorably of tho design however, and would at anv time be gratified to forward it as far as lav in th.i. --. 4 " 1 power. Since that period the number of foreign residents and families have greatly increased, and so lmv also seamen. The Bethel Church has been u...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 August 1846

62 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 29,1840. NEW GOODS, JUST RECEIVED PER SHIP AD. MOORSOM. 40 yon sale ir GEORGE PELLY & GEORGE T. ALLAN. A General assortment of GOODS, consisting of XU the following, viz Glass and Earthenware of all descriptions, Brass Bedstead? and Sofas, (the bedsteads with mosquito curtains complete,) Green Baize, Blankets, Boots and Shoes of all descriptions and superi or quality, India Rubber and Cotton Braces, Clothes, Hair, Tooth, Blacking, Whitewash and Horse Brushes, M. O. Pearl, phirt, patent metal nnd white bone Buttons, India Rubber Capes, Superfine dark blue, green, black and scarlet Ladies Cloths, Superfine dark blue and ast'd, summer Coats, Brass Clocks, Ivory, horn, curry, andiron mane Combs, Velvet Wine Corks, Plain, blue and twilled Cottons, Bleached and Unbleached Long Cloths, . Kstoppelas, Regattas, and Furniture Prints, Muslins, lace and lace Cups, Green and Damask Table Covers , Dimity, Black silk Ferrets and hair Ribbons, Blue, white and...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 September 1846

;1 1 i ...... TvM-.E '. IP (0) U't K ; .. ::;TT nrr- 1L IN 1 V 1 . 1 . t . t ..'.... HONOMii'iT THE POLYNESI A NT' The Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government is published weekly at.Honolulu, Oahu.U I. J- J, JAXlviF, EDXfcon. TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. - " Subscription.- per annum, 6 months, 13,60, 3 months, 92, payable in advance j single copies 12 i-2 cis A d v e rt i s i n o . A square, t2 forest three insertion," 60 c ents for each continuance , more than half a square ami less than a whole, il,G0 for first three insertions, 30 cents for each continuance j half a square or less ti for lirst three insertions, 26 cents for each continuance Kv the year, mure than half and not exceeding a whole column. SCO. Less amounts at proportionate rates ' - f . i - .- - CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. STURDAY; SEPTEMBER 5, 1846. I No; 1G, BUSINESS CARDS. RICHER & JOHNSON, (Central ommfssfou fHrufjants O. P. Ricker, ) ' M. Johnson, Jr. ' Honolulu, Oahu, II. I. N. B. Wanted, bills on the Un...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 September 1846

THE 'POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1840. 64 h 14 Addresses of Com Sloot and Com Stockton to the People of California. The following addresses came to band too late lor pub licaliou in our last number. We give tbem to tb public at many are desirous of learning the grounds upon wbich the movements in California are based. COMMODORE FLOAT'S ADDKKSS. The Central Government of Mexico has commenced hostilities ncftiost the lr. S. of America, by invading its territory, and attacking the troops of tha U. S. stationed on the north si-l of the Kio Grunde, with a force of seven thousand men under the command of Gen. Arista, which arm) was tota'Iy destroyed, and nil their artillery, bag gage, &v. captured on the 3th and 9th of May last, by" a force of two thu.and three hundred men, under the com mand of Oeu. Taylor, and the city of Mat;imoras taken and occupied by the forces of the U. S. The two nations tin actually at war by this transaction, I shall hoist tae standard of tin U. S. at...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 September 1846

Mexico seems now to be in thai , . .T unWarhVrnprevio;e;S VF, b b iniqUitil8 Evidence h added to her chastisement, foreign invasion. , premature to . peculate now np0n tho B,timtt6 tufn h in !i 'it' f gooS through jnuch evil however, to both countries It will serve to draw offfrom the U.S. those band, of wild reckless sp.r.t. which are tw ready to en danger their own country', peace to gratify their thirst for lawless enterprise, and at the same time after having slaked their desires among the Mexi cans, and taught them that to be secure from abroad they must be wise and peaceful at home, they will then settle down in their new country and by addin to its intellect and strength their own indomitable spirit for enterprieo turned into the lawful channels of commerce and politics, give it an impetus that may enable it to arise from its ruins and form a gov ernment more in unison with -the true welfare ofits numerous population. Severe and exacting a. was the government of the Spanish v...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 September 1846

. . F NEW GOODS, . ; JUST RECEIVED PER SHIP AD. MOORSOM. . ' - AMD TOR SALE BV ( GEORGE PELLY St GEORGE T. ALLAN, A General assortment of GOODS, consisting of il the following, viz " r " Glass and Earthenware of all descriptions,' . ; Itrars Bedsteads and Sofas, (the bedsteads with . ... , mosquito curtains complete,) . , ,t Green Baize, Blankets, ' " Boots and Shoes of all descriptions and superi or quality, India Rubber and Cotton Braces, 1 Clothes Hair, Tooth, Blacking, Whitewash and 'Horse Brushes, ; . ,"'(? " M. O. Pearl, shirt, patent metal, and white bone Buttons, - i India Rubber Capes, Superfine dark blue, green, bla,ok and ncarlet Ladies Cloths, - . Superfine dark blue and astM, summer Coats, Brass Clocks, Ivory, horn, curry, and iron mane Combs, Velvet Wine Cork?.' ' ' v Plain, blue and twilled Cottons, Bleached and Unbleached Long Cloth?, Estoppelas, Regattas, and Furnituro Prints, Muslins, laco and lace Caps, Green and Damask Table Covers , Dimity, . Black silk Ferrets ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 September 1846

' . ' " ' ' ' ' r-- ' " " . ' . - - . - . . Hjg IP (D) L T I E .0. A. R . ' Vol.-3.1' THE POL Y NesTTm The Official e .l . .. published wir; inroarEr 1 J.J. . J All VBS, ClilTOXl. TERMS OP the and less than a whole, i ,50 for firS, th?,. j. Vquare' cent for esch continuance, half . .?! lns,en,0"s 30 Cut three insertions, 23 cent, S eX,?r leS' $l for the year, more thau M?ll?Vn?ZTn column. .60. Less amounts at nroDoin .WH0,e . r ,v CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. BUSINESS CARDS. IUCKER & JOHNSON, general, ttommfsofon Jttercbantji O. P. Ricker, 1 ' M. Johnson, Jr. i Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. N. B. Wanted, bills on the United States, Eng land or France, for winch money will be advanced on lavoraoio terms. GEORGE PELLY & GEORGE T. ALLAN, AGENTi FOR THE HUDSON'S BAY OOIfTPAHTY HONOLULU, OAHU, H. I. ' E. & H. GRIMES, 001YI1VIISSIOI1 IVTEROnANTS AND DEALERS IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Honolulu, Oaiiv, H. I. Eliab Grimes. Hiram Grimes. Q. RHODES & 00., UCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 September 1846

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1846, 68 if II: f them for a spoil to thJtiighty co golden lantP And then wnt gr Letter for Lahaloa.2fo 3 HowoiXLtr, Sept. 6, 1846. My Dtar Solomon : " Corning events casl their shadows before." So sang the poet, bat I think to Honolulu of late the cast their shadows behind. Our town haa bee'if all agog for a month past looking to see St. George's cross waring orer our heads, and retribution dire on the King's servants backa. But eyes are dimmed with watching and heads are jet on their owners shoulders. Hawaii's banner still flaunts it gait upon its accustomed height gladdening the hearts of the faithful. Listen, O Solomon, and I will tell you tale all of the latest time. In the days of King Kauikeouli, respected of stran ger from far lands, in the third year of his indepen dence, in the month of August, there came unto hi chief town a huge ship, filled with fighting men, and great guns and tittle guns, and of every sort of wea pon for killing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 September 1846

Okiook Treaty and North W, i. DART.-We have authentic information that Ihe boundary line agreed upon between the U Stat., and England is,49 deg., and not 49 deg. 30 m !! stated in a previous number. The whoh of Van couver's Island ie confirmed to Great Britain The navigation of Fuca's Strait, and Pugef. Sound is common to both partie.. The navigation of the Co. lumbia River is w remain open to England until the expiration of the Hon. Hudson Bay Co.'s charter and thereafter all to the south of 49 deg. N. to bel long exclusively to the United States. - Salute, and Vi,iT..-Soon after the Colum bus dropped anchor. H. B. M.'s .hip Juno .aluted the Commodore's flag with seventeen guns, which was promptly returned by thirteen. At 10 o'clock Ttursday, the Columbus exchanged salutes with the fort. Commodore Biddle has taken up his residence on shore at the mansion of T. II. Stevens, Es'quiro. On Thursday the Commodore and United States Commissioner called upon the Minister of Foreign Relatio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 September 1846

THE POLYNESIANS &EPTEMBER' 1 1846. 70 NEW GOODS. . T JUST RECEIVED PER SHIP AD. MOORSOM. 4t0 FOB SALE Y GEORGE PELLY GEORGE T. ALLAN, A General assortment of GOODS, consisting of the following, viz Glass and Earthenware of all descriptions, . Brass Bedsteads and Sofas, (the bedsteads with mosquito curtains complete,) Green Baize, Blankets, Boots and Shoes of all descriptions and superi or quality, India Rubber and Cotton Braces, ' Clothes, Hair, Tooth, Blacking, Whitewash and Horse Brushes, M. 0. Pearl, shirt, patent metal and white bone Buttons, ' India Rubber Capes, Superfine dark blue, green, black and scarlet Ladies Cloths, Superfine dark blue and ast'd, summer Coats, ' Brags Clocks. Ivory, horn, curry, and iron mane Combs, Velvet Wine Corks, Plain, blue and twilled Cottons, Bleached and Unbleached Long Cloths, Estoppelas, Regattas, and Furniture Prints, Muslins, lace and lace Caps, . Green and Damask Table Covers , Dimity, BLck silk Ferrets and hair Ribbons, Blue, white and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 September 1846

T M OS . PLff E ' I A N Vol, 3,1 HONOLULU, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1846. I No, 18i THE POLYNESIAN, Tho Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government is published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, II. I. ' J. J. JARVE3, EDITOR. TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. Subscription. $0 per annum; C months, $3,50; 3 months, 9i, payable in advance ; single copies 12 -2 cts Advertising. A square, Si lor first three insertions 50 cents lor each continuance ; more than half a square aaJlesi than a whole, 1,50 for first three insertions 3ij cent" lor e:ich continuance ; half a square or less, Si for lirst llif-'u insertions, 23 cents lor each continuance Jy the year, more than half and not exceeding a whole column. $(5l. Less amounts at proportionate rates. CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. BUSINESS CARDS. RICKHR & JOHNSON, (general (Commission J-Hereijmt0, O P Ricker ) M.Johnson, Jr. onolulu, Oalm, H. I. N. B. Wantod, bills on the United States, Eng. land or France, for which money will bo advanced on favorable te...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 September 1846

r THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 1846. 72 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, SEPT. 19, 1846. Revertuo und. Taxation. The object of taxation is revenue. Money is as necessary to the existence of government as blood to an individual. Without it atrophy would ensue. Gov ernment well administered, gives security to the in vidual; consequently every individual is interested in the stability of government. It may be called the lungs of the body politic. A patriotic government can have no other interest than the welfare of the peo ple. For them it exists and acts ; emanating from them it is dependant on them for its subsistence. This should be so drawn as to come equally and im partially from tho whole, that no one interest be strengthened at the expense of another. A perfect ly healthful system is one in which all parts are equally sound and operate in entire harmony. Such a relation is dcsirablo in the political body, but if the past augurs rightly for the future, it is unattain...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 September 1846

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1846. 73 Okegow Spectator. We arc indebted, to George Pelljr, Esq., for a file of this paper to May 23, and a number of July 23d. They contain no political news of moment, but are interesting as in dicating the rapid progress of this new country. Their columns are thickly filled with "By Authority" nets of the Legislature, Statute Law s and appoint ments. Those who complain of the burden of our columns in this repped had Letter take aglancoat the Oregon Spectator. It leave us far behind ; the wholo territory is wide awake for new laws, caucus es, canvassing, etc. All the machinery of a repub lican government in its most democratic form is jroing ahead " finely. Succcess to the hardy set tlers. May their government suit them to a man. As it is entirely of their own manufacture, it w ill be their own fault if it do not. There is much dry humor and hard hits in some of the communications. We quote a few. Notice to Mariners-We beg to call the atte...

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