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COLONIAL MARKETS, CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO THE LATEST [?] PORT PHILLIP. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 14 January 1843

COLONRIA MA1{>T CAREFULLY CORRECTED UpITO ?.H Litry PORT PHILLIP. Flour, first..:.. 1 2 0 Bred 4 Seconds.. .... 1 0 0 Potato,. Ration.........017 0 Bee'lb Wheat, bushel. 0 : 6 .Mutton.. M~aize0........ 6 0 Pork llran, per 201b. 0 2 0 Veal ' LAUNCESTON : lWheat, bushel..0 6 0 Beef, pe arley ....... 5 0 ?lutton,, Oats......... 0 4 6 Pork Ilour, firsts .. 18 0 0 'V?al Sercods ......1 '0 0 Butter.', 'l'hirds........ 1 0 0 Bread, 41lb" ADELAIDE. Wioeot, bushel..0 8 0 Flour, i lBraria ......;.0 1 4 Seconds " lliley........ 4 -0 Beef, lb.. Oats....,..;..0 7 0 Mutton ,' Maize .. .....0 ~ 0 Pork...;,; Potatoes, ton..10 0 0 Butter,.: 0SYDNEY. Fine flour 1001bs. 1 0 0 Beef, perlb,, Seconds . . 0....017 0 Mutton..,,, Thirds.. ..... 015- 0 Rumn, ibid,, Wheat, pcrbushe.l 0 6I Brandy..,, Maize ... ..0 4 0 Sugar, penrl itarley .... ...;..01 Tea, pertlut Oats ...........0 4 3 Tobacceo, ink IIy, per ton ...'6 0 Bread,.: lbt HIOBART TOVWN. Bread, 41b ...0 00 10 Pork::..,,, l Mutter ......0 1 ? 6 Po...

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. SAILED. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 14 January 1843

SHIPPING. INTELLGNCE. SAILED. Jan. 10.-The brig AmrTY, G.Clinch, master, for Launcestont. passengers-FrederickCornev, Esq. and Mr. Swan-John Robb in the stccrnge EXPORTS. Cargo of the brig AMlYr-3t4 head of cattle, 350 aheep, >Dr. Olhecer; I bale bags, Corney.

Publication Title: Portland Guardian And Normanby General Advertiser
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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 14 January 1843

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE.. SWia?,io.=-'I[henmen in the 'srvice ofMessrs:. Hoeity stationed at the. Coinvincing Ground in thii Bay, were fortunate enough to capture a oil Wednesday last, a small whale. It is expectedI that it will try out upwards lof fmlr tuns of oil. ILucBsEss.--Lcnccs to depasture; and lilso to:cutt timbcr, for thae following persons have beFn received nt the Police Office, and mayv'bn 'had on application to lMr. Finn : James Kitson, .lanies Kennedy, William Turncr, Frederick Covcly. . p NEW POLice. SrATion.-The period has ar rived when, agreeably 'to the estimatesfor 1843, a Police Magistrate was to be appointed'for the Gramianns and Pyrenees, with al establishmngit equaling in strength and supported at the- same annual coot as that at Port Fairy. We have not yet heard of the appointment having taken place, or the gentleman who islikely to receive it. Captain 'M'Crae, we have- understood has for -some time had remason to expect ci s magistracy wpuld be offered to his ac...

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AMERICA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 14 January 1843

AMERICA. W SHIINGTON, JULY 15.-No doubt ias entertained that thie state .of Pcnnsylvania would not meet the interest dcie on its debt on thei 1st August. ThecSenate had been rejected the Tl'ax bill. Nothiig. had been 'done by iny of thle other deftinlting States-* rior any provision be made uitill next wivinter, when the "various Legislatures "meet. WVii ginisawould, it was expected, meet all lier eei gagements. . . " " Lord Moaipcth, after o afew exterisive'toiii throtigdtlie Uth.iited' State, ?said arrived at MIontreal. The explosion of thd higb-pressire steam er Slohanrock, on the lake- above .Li Chine, on her way to Kingston, was very disastrous. The MIontreal Herald's acounit of.. tie cci dent is heart-rending : .' There were oin board of her at theio time about one hundred and. ttveiLty piersons, of whpm tetiween sixty and seventy are suppo sed to b'e killed. The passengeirs were com posed of-English, Irish and. ILeotch ,; of whom the' Esiglish are Supposed' to have stiftferdd...

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WOMAN'S LOVE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 14 January 1843

- ,x-^------·· WOMAN'S LOVE. A woman,s Love. deec in the heart, Is like the.vioelt loswer, That lifts its modest head apart, In some sequestered bower t 4,4 d blest is he who finds that bloom, Who sips its gentle sweets; IIHe heeds not life's oppressive gloon!, Nor all the care.he meets. A woman's Love is like the spring, Amtid the.wild alotqe; A burlning will, o'er which tile wing .Of eloud is seldom thlrowsn: And blest is he who meets that founat, Beneath the sultry day ; IHow gladly should his spirits mount, 1How pIleasant be his way. . A womau's Love is like the rock, That every tempest braves, And stands secure amid the shock. Of ocean's wildest waves; Andl blest is he to whom repose Within its shade is given ; llthe world, with all its cares and stoes, Seems less like earth tlhan heaven.

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 14 January 1843

Il PORTLAND GUARDIAN AND .NORMANBY GENERAL ADVERTISR is .publlshed every Sa turday morning, iind 'mmnediately foriiiarded to every part of th province; 'and bj lhe earliest oppFortanid to thefollowin:g places :Sdney, Hlobart ,,ouin, ''ort Philip, 'aunceston, South Ausitalia, Swan River,"New r Zealand, and Cape of Good lope; and tothe Mauritius, Lngland, Ieeland, and Scotland;, the United States of America, France, India,,,'c. 'cTerms of Subscription are, credit lOs. per 'quarter, cash 8s:;. the. quarters ending 31st of llarch, 30th Jave 3011th Sejptnrber, a dS 5 BoDC .:1r rar-lyear respect?ell gto sa e one of ioich' periods all resignatio s.amust previously -refer. No resignation will beacceptedcwithout payment of the current "quarter aind all arrears. Per sons becoming subscribers after the comnmence ment of any qsarter,.ill in that case only be charged from the period they commenced sub scribing. Each advertiscment will be charged at the rate of 3s. for thefirst six lines, anda 3d...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 14 January 1843

The Appronching Land Sase. "-R Y ' MDOWELI, begs to intimate to parties t desiroM s . fmakiot1 aurehas.. at the approach ing sale of allotments in the totonship of Portland, that he intends proceeditg to Mlelboure to attend the auction, and will be happy to execote ,anycont miesions 'with which he may he favoured. Further particulars may be asecrtained upon personal appli cation to the advertiser. Portland, 2ild"JanUary, IS43. To bo published on Wedncsday next. ]- w ltr 2s. Gd., AT THE GVARDIAN OFFICE, A N ACT for the. Future Govermnent of New South Wales, as it passed tlhe Inperial Par liament on the 301th Juty, 1S I2. As this most important measure will. soon be in active operatiion, .no lte opghtt to be without a copy of the New, Constituttion oder which his adopted tour.tr will in fantte he governed. Portland; Jan. 6, 15.1 .. CIEA1' STE I IOU;SE SEGS to inform his friends and the public J generally, that. Ihe has received,. ex Es ---. " .sd. ;,,alie 4ditiot,. to lhis already rt:...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 14 January 1843

MZSCELLANEOt . DAIRY HIUSCANDRY.-Tt is an incontrover tible fact that the quantity, of lherbage' in Britain that will add l121;b. to the weight of an ox,- will -when bestowed on a dairy cow of good' breed 'and. in fair .condition, to milk, enable her to yield, upwards of 250 gallons of milk; -the produce of this at one shilling per pound, avirduioise; will inamount to-:a considerable sum beyond the amount of pur .chase of.:1121b of beef; -it- is inost -trub that the cost of labour to" produce the quantity of butter above named is more thah th'at of beef,.but should the most ample allowances be made' for. the dairy' labour, fuel, -Sc., there will still be an overwhelming balance in favour of thei dairy. Over . the feeding system 'the" next thing requiring attention from all who wish to.study or practices dairy huisbandiv, is the breed of. cows suited to that branch off arming,'and manner inwhich that species of stock- require to be fed and treated. . WoNDERFUL DiscovERY ori A CUn' FP...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 14 January 1843

FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE..-' EMIGRATiON.r On Friday last, about 100' emigrants took theirý doparture: from Mer chant's quay in the Eagle steanler, to join the ship Royal. Saxon at, Cove. We have .never witnessed a more painfully interesting scene ; painful, because we felt'the, best and primest of our own pe ope-.vc.departing from us?--interesting, because' we felt that ,they wanted for no attcntioli that man could give them. .All was orldei, system, and de corum. The steamer * was.Udomrned with flags of all sorts. From the topmast floated a splendid burgee, on which were, in white letters, the words " Farewell, Sweet Erin." At the stern was placed a splen'did ensign, with the words. "J. Besnard,Lun.Emigra tion Agent," in White letters. Oiithe rope running.from the bowsprit to the :topmost were twelve or thirteen flags, with various devices ; and on either paddle box of tite steamer stood a noble specimen of the Irish peasant, each bearing a silk flag. There could not have been less tha...

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PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser "TO PROTECT OUR RIGHTS—NOT TO INFRINGE UPON THOSE OF OTHERS." SATURDAY, JANUARY 14, 1843. EXPORT TRADE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 14 January 1843

PORTLAND GUARDIAN, And Normanby General Advertiser i: "TO PrOTiiCCOUR Itlo ITs-- OTloToI:FnGEUtsoar II 'TtOSe or OTIIEIRs." SATURDAY, JANUARY 11, 1813. EXPORT TRADE. - ' WV.?T for a lengthened period past has been I a subject of speculation and earnest desire on the part of the settlers of the Australian Colo nies, in respect to an outlet for their surplus ilill, wt l con enlent speed, be subIlnmtte to active operation. A happy coincidence of cir cumstances having transpired just at thepresent season of depression to throw down the difficul ties,titat have, for some time past, impeded the exportation of the encreasing herds of the Aus tralian graziers, alarge, steady, andcontinued export trade will be the iminediatoe 'conse quence in the article of salted beef be tween New Holland and the Motlher Country. It will be :remembered that in the House of Commndis, and in that of the Lords, during the progress of the new tariff, Sir Robert Peel in !he former, and Lord Ripon in the latter, ...

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NEW CONSTITUTION. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 14 January 1843

NEW CONSTITUTION. Oun opinion upon the fi~ture working dof New Constitution is, that upon the wholeitrl be higlhy benficial to the whole Colony, isn direct tendency will be the decidedimpnoC ment of its political, civil, literacy, commea4u agricultural and pecuniary affairs. Soim ago, when we published an abstract of theNl containing this important measure, during progress through Parliament, wetook occiadOn state that although it was not all that couldt wished for, and all that either theColonyordS Province of Port Phillip had an equitabled to expect, yet it was such that the Colonya the province ought cheerfully to accept:l. have not seen any reason for changin'*a opinion 'since that time,- ira we are readA acknowledge that we are much more conced lest the District should be deprived of its j proportion of the benefit of the measure;t that any evil consequences of a serious tl should flow from its adoption. We confess there isa wider diffe'rencabettl the Act and the Draft (the ass...

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EXTRACTS FROM MR. TYERS' REPORT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 14 January 1843

EXTRACTS FROM .MR. TYERS' . REPORT. "llaving obtained three lunar observa tions, (which gave the longitude ot the camp 140 O 9' 8") determined the rate of the chronometer, and surv'eyed the lower part of the Glenelg, we commenced our return to Portland Bay, at noon on the 20th, and arr;ved at our old encampment on the 2tth. During the month of January and the early part of February, we laid out part of the township at Portland Bay, consisting of one hundred and sixty half-acre allotments, made a marine survey of the west coast of the Bay-and obtained ten sets, each con taining from ten to twenty sights of circum meridian altitudes of stars for the determi nation of the latitude, and upwards of twenty sets of lunar observations, (each containing ten sights) for the'determination of the lon gitude of the observatory. Mr. Townsend had also made a chain survey of the coast as thr as Port Fairy, by the 15th February, when we conmmenced our return to Mel bourne, and arrived at the Messrs....

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VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 14 January 1843

.VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. TirE relation /in whlich. the agricultural and Graziers of- Van Diemen's .Land stand in those of New South Walcs, is at all times matter ofserious deliberation. Tlieaarkiets in bloth places greatly influence eacli other, arid one cannot be affected without an inifluence on the other "beinm, felt-; we therefore need not make any:. apology: to our readers for presenting them with the latest agricetltiral report, which we give. fromi the Launceston Exerianer of the 14th inst. SAnARanICULTURALi REPORT w NO"vEr 'i?rtEv The gerieial appearance thFoughiout the cul tivated .districts of tlhe colony ,is .highly promising,the early sown crops are get'ing very forward, cutting for hay was already commenced, and when sowing wasierformed later than- usual the susccessionial showers and temperate atmospher throughout the mobth have proved very beneficial, ground which take place when a long course of wet weather is suddenly suspended arnd followed by great heat. :"The season h...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 14 January 1843

LETTER-PRSS PRINTING v E'ERY DESCRIPTI?, INCLUDING PAIMPIILETS, CIRCULARS, DILL-HIADS, LAW FORMS?'' .IIAND-BILLS, CARDSUR C. &C., xecuted with neatness and despatch, AT THE GAWLER-STREET, 1UBLISHIINO OFFICE DP THE PORTLAND GUARDIAN, WOOL. IIE Undersigned are purchasers, or 'will ad vance on Wool consigned- to their friends, lesrs. Buckle and Co., London.; AIIENTY BROTIIERS.. ulia-street, Portland,. August 18, 1842. J n?iale at the Stoiesiof the Undersigned, FLOUIR, first, secondsdand thirds Oats Iran, pollard tindow glass 8 x 10 10 x 12, 12 x 14 'aint, red,: green, white and blatck sait oils, turps. ugar moist and refitted 'ea leap, Iawes's aisinds," ,uscatel and Cape . surrants, Jigs, prunles, dates. reserved fruits, jalls ickles; quart and pint, (in cases) auces, mustard alt, fine and coarse, in casks, bags and baskets fran pots and camp ovens of sizes opes - 'heese, English and Dutch, colonial butter 'inegar, whitening. Treacle Leather, sole, kip, kangaroo and dressed she...

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COMMERCIAL & MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 14 January 1843

COMIMERCIAL & MARINE NEWS. •' LouTn ron ALL. NaTtonS."-The statement that the caisson for the foundation oftheointen ded light on the Goodwin Sands had burst, is unfounded. The works are progressing most favourably. Sinbe the caisson was placedonthe sands, on Wednesday, week (July 27), too addi-ý tional tiers of plates have been added, aud the caulking of one of them is also complete. The caisson is now forty-two feet high, six feethelow low water, and eighteen feet above high water ark. r " The hazard passed a wreck, with the mainm topmast standing, lowernnast-head trestletrees above water, bearing S. j E. aboutten or twelve niles from Lucapara Island ; supposed to be the Two Sisters. The Blenheim anchored in Watson's Bay on Thursday; she put in here intending only a short stay previous to her departure for China. T'he l'aosuard left New Plymouthi for Corfi same dayai tlhe Blenheism. 'the Saccess reports the Malna'et, Sl'Farlane, from this port the 28th October, having arri...

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PUBLIC MEETING, [?]ORM ALITERARY INSTITUTION FOR PORTLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 14 January 1843

PUBLIC MEETING FORM A LITERARY INSTITUTION FOR PORTLAND, as not often fallen'to'our lot to be favored attending' ar meeting iso orderly coir d, and the members so united and har-. ious, as .that the proceedings of 'whichi lye below.'It is sucl an one as must create creased degreeiofunaimity of saetiment reciprocity of kindly feeling throughout everal grades of ouir Iljtt community; however some may differas to the sea blenes of commoencing such an insittu as that for which 'the meeting was con= d to, fo-rm, considering the recent for on of our town, nd the? supposed. wnt' ientifle qualifctioenin its circumscribed Unity, .ho 'ho were pireseit at meeting and had, thereforefore a better rtunityiofjudging as to the fitness of thee bitanta foi the enjoymentof tie privileges the meeting was designed to bestow,. g thieo;s ere cnuldonly line on undividie sentiment f'vorable to the society's establish merit. The opinions of others can carry with them but little weight. Itis not one of the le...

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CHINA. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 21 January 1843

ChIINA. A memorial from merchants, manufac turers, and others directly interrested in thie trade with China, has been? addressed to Sir R. Peel, calling the attention ofgovernment to certain considerationis arising from the past history of ourintercourse with that em pire, and affecting the manner in which, on the restoration of peace, in future intercourse with it should be regulated. After showing tlhatjf the trade were placed on a firm and saisfactory basis, the results would be niost beneficial, especially as regards our woolen and cotton goods, thie memorial ists contend that our commerce with China cannot be conducted on a satisfactory basis so long as the contraband trade in opium is permitted ; or indlced, any trade in opium, even though legalized ;for j fact may be slhown, thaf ini proportion as tlir traffic in opium has increased, that in British manu factures has declined. They therefore sug gest, as the only means of. suppressing the opium trade, the prohibition of culti...

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PORTLAND PRICE CURRENT. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 21 January 1843

PORTLAND PRICE CURBZET. WIIOLSALE ?. rntIC . Lt Ale, bottlcd, Dunbar's.brand - - "01 - draught, per barrel, Ashby's -- 6l?1 per bhtd. dittol - 11 - per barrel, burton - 7"1 Beer, Trueman's stout,'per hhId. - - 7 it - Hoare's, - - I)) - bottled, Taylor's, 0 Ill Bacon, per lb., taking the flitch - -0 11 Beef, HIambro', per barrel - - 1il - East India, ditto - '; I Bran, per bushel, - - - 0 11 Bricks, per thousand, - - - - 11 Putter, per lb, - 11 Candles, English, per Ibh, 0 1I - Colonial ditto - = - O.i Cheese, English, per lb. - - 0 11 Colonial . - 0 Canvass, per bolt - 11 I Cigars, duty paid, per 1000, fromn - 3 O Coffee, per wt. - - 1 Corks, per gross "- :- 0 S Deals, per foot - - - 0 1 Flour, firsts, per 100lbs. - - t - - e2 eonds, ditto - 1 0 Fruit, raisins, per lb. - - 0 i ---- currants, ditto - - i 0 i Grain, wheat, per bushel - 0 1I - barley, ditto . 0 ---- oats, ditto . . - 0 Il Gntpowder, per lb - - 0 S .IIams, ditto - - 0 I I HIay, best description, scarce - 9101 Iron, asso...

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COLONIAL MARKETS, CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO THE LATEST DATE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 21 January 1843

COLOZTIAL IA]R( i CAREFULLY CORRECTED UP TO TIHE LAT1,Lj. PORT PHILLIP. Flour, first..... 1 2 0 Bread, 4~l . Seconds...... 1 0 0 Potatoescwt 01 Ration.........0 17 0 Beef, lb.. Wheat, bushel. 0 6 6 Mutton ..:'". Maize.........0 0 0 Pork:..." Bran, per 201b. 0 2 0 Veal .. 0 LAUNCESTON; ~Wheat, bushel. .0 6 0 Beef, perl., 0 Barley ........0 5 0 Mutton....... ",i Oats....n...... G P0rk.0...... II Flour, firsts.. I P 0 eal.... Seconds ...... G 0 0 Bntter... "" Thirds.......,14 0 0 Bread, 4b1...0 ADELAIDE. Wheat, bushel..0 8 0 Flour, first,.. ?? Bran..........0 1 4 Seconds. 20 81 Barley........0 4 0 Beef, peerlb..01 Oats..........0 7 0 Mutton ..... 1 Maize .. 0 ...... 0 Pork.......... 0 Potatoes, ton..10 0 0 Butter...**...., SYDNEY. Fineflour 1001hs. Cl 0 0 Beef, perlb...I.. ? Seconds ........017 0 ?Mutton ....... * i Thirds..........0 15 0 Iunm, inboad,.. 1 Wheat, perbushel 0 G.6 6 Brandy........s t Maize ..........0 1 0 Stigar, per ten t Barley ..........0 3 Tea, per heed s:. Oats........

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser — 21 January 1843

LOCAL INTELLIGEWCE. New Counowr.-Discoveries of the fertility " of our district, are daily being made, and -in whatever direction attention' is turned, the de velopment both of its pastoral and agricultural resources are constantly being made. " We have only time, in ourpreent number to make known the intelligence we have latelyreceived, from an unquestionable source, that a tract of delightful country, alike adapted for sheep and cattle, as well as for agriculture, and abundantly watered by the Glenelg, anda river that before was un known, has been fortunately.discovered by our indefatigable surveyor, J. C. Tyers, Esq. The country is of considerable extent, and its value is greatly enhanced by itcontiguity toPortland, being not more than twenty-five miles from the township. Its direction from the Bay,'we under stand, is north-west, and may be approached by a road that is good, and capable of being made of the very first description. Two of our wor thy settlers are already wending t...

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