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EXTRACTS FROM ERMAN'S TRAVELS IN SIBERIA. PARTICULARLY WITH REFERENCE TO GOLD AND ITS ATTENDANT FORMATIONS.—Vol. I. p. 162. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 December 1851

EXTRACTS FROM ERMAN'S TRAVELS IN SIBERIA, .IRTICULARLY WITII REFERENCIE -O GOLD ANSD ITS ATTENDANT FORMLt TIoNs.--Vol. I. p. 1612. The decomposing white gneiss has re ceived the name of Beresite, in honour of the place. West of the mine this rock terminates suddenly against greea stone slate. Such interruptions are fre qulnent in the vicinity, and we saw de tached portions of these two rocks, which are so very different in cha racter, intersect each 'other in every airection. There are only two of the larer seams of Beresite within the im medhate circuit which takes a constant northerly course. The formations on thile east and west afford some clue to the explanation of this remarkable phenomenon. To tihe N.E. beds of shte, resembling serpen tine, having a northern range, and a rapid dip to the west, appear without the gneiss; and then dowaswmrds to wards the Puishma, follows p?ure granite, showing coarse crystals of scherI and tourmaline, running in sort of reins. South-westward on...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
STEAM COMMUNICATION WITH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 December 1851

3TIEAM COMMIUSNTCxTIO W[Tff AU TIiz.L?. TibAIIA. Toe advertisement from the Admiralty for ten ders for asteam commncieation to Srner a3t in tervals of two months, by the C-pe of Goed Hope, at a speed of 8& knots per hoar is looked upon in the city as simply ridiculos. Itbhasnot awakenel the slightest interest on the part of anu of the merchants connected with Australia, nod the only hope it seems to have ereated is, that it may serve as another and final illustra tion of the war in which our mail eoatraet s-s tern i seroed to cripple a branch of enterpizo for which we have greater advantegos than any other nation. After showirg the advantages of the trade with Anstralia and the impo?se which it will receive should the gold discoveries be con firmed, The Times shows that the above pro posal, at tnch a time, i obsolnetely ladierons: " Iore than a year ago the Pacifie Steam Com pain, of Liverpool, tendered a monthlr mail for r1s,000o per annum. If it were saue at that timne to ...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 December 1851

-I-c ' :L? :.!" ?-'k?: 4 Byltn* JIt Ti iirntc. D ?-conb ,r P27- on TrmpRswoner, 32 tons, A. KI?rr, m.uster, rlem IIuobart Town. CLeiRct OOT, Dee'mhb~r 7--lonternma, brigantine, .6? tons, R. Finmon., master, for IHobart Town. Pa:seners~-CaptL Roiin?on, M3rs. mRobinson. A. uJl~iass, sgest. IYPORTS. Per Van Tromp--?80 fert timber,-40 bundles lathu, luOf palin?., A. Kerr. 'Per 3lontozuma,'40f sheep, A. Donglas.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 December 1851

:08 1 HOBART TOWN DIRECT, 1 te foe faCst saifng clip;er bri " GAZO LT I,' Sor.s, JAMES SKEY, connander. To:is sp'endid ,wl hteing lundecr engagemntt to rM:un direct to this tlof trs a fir.t rate oppor:oulty to i rti-s desrril.- to .,0:-ye ot-imoerts ni:h horneo, doyot &1,', fir oh. fj~,)- o Van Dkmoo "Lord ToCeftrieCo. act - - ta?o tiono are terry -eti . For froe ht or te to Capttin Str., on board; or, to .Mr ek= sn, en- t. Corio Irraom e oi?JONDON direct;.- The fine 1 I xhnlue V.AGUATD. elasced ot tlord's for 1taro, 500 tons bhtr:hen, WILLIAM G. 'IWOOI), ooniedor, the grelter Iporion of her ca.,o lillg on t.,lthts eootl witl meel 00i01 qoiel n l'ooptoth. tIti Foi treenmondolion for coton p-suer ret Opplyl to rOoraoa, "Ro00s O Co., Gelo0g and ielbooore. R?6LO?o?o, to loan a tPoint enrry, the fine A h barque EXCHItTER, 4-T n WILLIAMl DUTIIE, commander. This splendid ooel mnld her outward pass?aeo from Grovesenol to ort Phiillip in eighty-nino days. For frei:ht or , (It(ai sup...

Publication Title: Geelong Advertiser And Intelligencer
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MELBOURNE. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 December 1851

MELBOURNH. ARIVElrD. kecember 25--Thomas and itenry, brig, from endey 19th instant, with sixte passengers. December 23-Jenny Linul, sdchooner, from HIobart Town. -Pasfsengers--(eabin) M:r. De ar-ves, Mr. anid MIrs. Paine, Mrs. Sandfonl, Mr. DThke, Mr. Reading, MJr. Sims-n, Mr. I illiam son, and fifty in the steera'e. Deember 25--T'ins, schooner, from Sydner. assengers --(cabin), Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Mitchell, 3Mr. and r?s. Ford, Mr. Gong5, Mr. Nathen, Mr. Chaplin. Mr. Norris, and soewenteen in the steerage. December 25-3Sine?s, schooner, from Sydney No pasengers. CLEABED 0?. December 2?6-Ari?el, schooner, for Launceston. Eight passengers. In ballast. sILm. - December 26-Circassian, for HIobrt Town. December 26P-Rattler, for Aslelaido. Per Thomas and Henr--Is5 tons and410bags tour. 467 bags maize, 12,000 feet cedar, 5 horses, 6 drary, 4 carts, 26 ,.kages bacon, 30 be es candles, 50 kegs and 2 casks butter, 20 -ons coal, 5 cases sundries, 4 eases cigars, 11 eses, and I keg oilman's stor...

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VESSELS IN GEELONG HARBOUR. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 December 1851

t3-' Esl IN GE.ELONG HAIRBOUI. A• ss. & E?4tnsZ rI, brfzanti?e, 74 tons 11. Dalton, maoter, from IlobIot Town. rArsroL I, brqe, 417 toon, J. tF'3?ilan, moster, loo!inl:r ftoIndon, dirsiiltsthdhpatolnch. Wlllim Tinin, otrot. itntr.t.. iT , 54, tonio Willian M.torr, mlstetr, londin- for Lonlon, alllsnil with dinstlh. Strniant nod Co. niEnto. 'ouorrrnn, rolhooner. 7d tts, I. tH. Jotnslon, moster, fronu Sydney. C.J. Dennys ond Co., meuts. E.C!?.?TEn, banrque, 4d tons, W. DUntle, imater, dls:hrgingl onward ro, from Lndodn, Strach?ln ant Co., aonots. PLtI.O lsoI, brionaline,1 2'tonoTlOi. 0l\ei, mre ater, fro.t Itobart Town. Crver & Dalton, a:rnt*. iaBZret. bni;, Oi5 tols, JarEs Sier. monter, fron e:aid~e. (IOZSLr., choo4ner. 23 tono, trwI be onr. for sale by ?elcioo, t' is day (3Ioday). Iloooar.T,$".odp. i to, Isamoe Durrant, mnster, ltd on for Lor.lon. t)ngety, Gore andCo., a.ents. J3Aa Carls., baqae, 26 tons. II. Dunsford. mroaer, far Londjr, oit sao witrlh dilspatch. R....

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Family Notices [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 December 1851

MARRIED, In Christ Church, Geelong, on the 29th inst.,   by the Venerable the Archdeacon, Mr J. T. GOODWIN, to EMILY MARY THERESA, eldest daughter of the late M. Molloy, Lieut. in Her Majesty's Royal Navy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 December 1851

- TO LET, t,,, Jcrri Ji, Hotel, Belt/,r.. Sreselt lesseebeing about to re S ,re to.rather partof the cololy, i c(itous of letting the above luteil, S 5es le iander of his lea e. It is thle er ' tlablishment of the kind in he! ts p.t'ronised by the princip'l . the" district. It is situased Ii nioedliate neighbourlhood of the oti0ge, custonl house reserve, and IMrtf, and commands a fair share h nsitess. Sliouse is large and commodious, ln L esi'es other principal nt3large _a8 room. The kite: en u't offices5,fe complete, and the r1see, s.x-oSjrie, and convelieIt t. 3esrdeO, c,? f-?'It ing an acre, is in a te of culttvatlon. ALSO, FOR SALE, fi's .rate billiard table, by Thur ith all the appendages; and the ore or?1y portian of the household r.ernis, apnly to u )Ir 3IArT w GrnsoN, Melbourne. 3lEssns GInsosN & Ctn-L, Geelong. L to the Lessee, Ja3aEs ]UIRYS, eIllfast. -l ost Nov. 21, 1851, i D ?~SCES on GOLD. -- Parties i oing gold for shipment under adrane', ilth ?,e-?~iS red, ar ...

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THE REUNION OF FAMILIES. TO THE INDUSTRIOUS AND WORKING CLASSES OF PORT PHILLIP. (Per favour of the Advertiser and Intelligencer.) [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 29 December 1851

THE REUNION OF FAMLIES. TO THE INDUSTRIOUS AND WORKING CLASSES OF PORT PHILLIP. (Per favour of the Advertriser and Intelligencer.) MY FRIENDS,—Considering it very probable that the vast majorty of you are totaly ignorant   of the existance of the Society, called the FAMILY REGISTRATION LOAN SOCIETY; I feel     called upon to use every available meants to make you acquainted with its designs, as one             of its principle objectes is to co-operate with you in the laudable endeavours which many of you are making to get your relations to join you in this land of plenty. But I would not have been enabled even to communicate with you thus, and to have placed the intentions of the Society so fully before you as I wish to do in these two or three lettere were it not for the courtsy and liberality of the gentlemen conducting the Mel- bourne Press, whom, with me, you hav...

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Shipping Intelligence. GEELONG. CLEARED OUT. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 December 1851

bipijtug Za4Ptdh~frase CEELO\.=. CLFA1RlD OUT. Dec. 29.-Rambler, schoon:er, 72 ton?, Rt. II. TIoniboll, master, for Mclbtwurne.-J. Elkiuntoa, agent. SAILED. Doe. 2S.-2dontezanrIn, for IIobsrt Town. Dec. 2t.-Liamober, tor Mlrtbourne. F.rro'Ts. Per Kxmbler-192 banes wool.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 December 1851

or, IOBART TOWN DIRECT, Sfast sailingcl dipper brig " GAZELLE." iI1ES SKEY, commander. This splendid -"r" under enga.ement to return direct to this Srst rate opportunity to parties drairina to '; rDelr s Rilwth horse, drays, ?ec, for the : he an Dietne"' Land rae of price. ;l,=tio nI a r"e"r nuperior. For frec'ht or ic. ., t tn Sxrt o0n board; or, to SIr ; 4 A.entr Corio Terrace. J.- , ON direct. -- The nine ? V 1 , ANGUARD. classed at Lloyd's for . burthen, h WILLAM GAR(WOOD, t "?,rreater portionof her cargo hbeing en ,ý-trill meet with quick despatch. It's stion for cabin passengers. Appl- to ' , Co., Geelong and Melbourn. r ýNýDON, to load at Point ' ' the fineo A-l banrque ENCHAN1SIR, 4S6 ? _ DUTHIE, commnder. Thissplendid St-her Routwad passage from Orrtesend to ,e5: t n eishly-ninO dayS. Forfreight or ain supe? aerior cabin accomodation) apply to !{ o., CO orý~ultA TtuT s. FGERS for ENGIAND. Is.h ST-t'TESIAY, to sail eota the 5tlh . o rrtrn ena for leing t limited h?,1losate c...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 December 1851

S0 T I C E.-The two newspapers Leretofore issued from this oiece will in fultre b, i??c.rporated, and issied ur te tihile or "TIIH GEELOXN ADVERTISER AND I.NTE-I.LIGl-NC2R." There will be a daily iesue, and a twice-a-week edition of the new seritC, as of the old. The chanse is lade with she view of sinmplifyinT business arra.gntenlF, en abling the pro rictcr to cuncentrte his tcrtsr, Ind to be prrpan.-s against any emrgetncy ill the present un-~itlte ilnies. Advertisers t will derive a great benelt. frmia the increased publieity arquired by the united ciru!ation of the two papers; but in onler to give increased space, it i i raos-d to in4ert advcrtisements in the IOME StYLE, the Froprietor harinw it in his power to produce a fac simile of the typography of THE TIMES itelf. In a business community, like Geelong, whatever preju dces may exL againt Int te condensalioa will quiclly diappear, for in reality there is more distinciness in a stmll neat advertisement than in e set up in thes...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 December 1851

The Legislative Council of New South Wales has adopted a petition to Her Majesty praying for the establishment at Sydney of a branch of the Royal Mint. The discussion which took place on the occasion was of the most unsatisfactory I kind, consisting in fact principally of recrimination between the merchants and the squatters in the Council. The merchants were afraid of losing the trade in gold dust, and the squatters were anxious to equalise the exchange. It seems that the committee, wvhiehwas ap pointed to inquire into the question, was an ill-assorted one, and could not agree. The'chairman, Mr Darvall, proposed the petition, not as coming from the com mittee, but rather in defiance of the majority. The government oficers and nominees were also divided, and took little part in the debate. In fact, the manner in which the question was handled was unworthy of the House. The majo rity for a mint was 5, the ayes being 16 and the noes 11. The Council was prorogued by the Governor in per...

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ABSTRACT OF SALES BY AUCTION TUESDAY, DEC. 20. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 December 1851

ABSTRACT OF S iLES SY AU9-ilO. TrvsmaY, DEC. 20. By O'ltarrell & S;it, at 12, 80 iorses. WEDNESDol DEC. 31. By Francis & Cohen, Melbourne, at 12, Cargo of the Charlotte. TnURSDA&, JAN. 1. By Carver & Dalton, at 12, Wolking Bullocks. By J. G. C:rr, at 11 Saddlery, Drapery, &c. FRIDAY, JA'. 2, 1852. By Carrer & Dalton, at 12,Clevedon Estate. By J. B. Hutton & Co., Union Steam * Mills. By J. G. Carr, at I, Land and Cottages. SATCRDAY, JA1. 3. By Carver & Dalton, at 12, Paintings and Engravings. iMoSna, YiS- 5. By J. G. Carr, at 1i, property of Mr S. Dugran. STCsnAY, JIACARY 6. By Dalmahoy Camipbell, M3elbourne, sheep and station.

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LAND SALE [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 December 1851

Livs S.ttr -The Government Gazette con tains the following particulars of a Government Land Sale, to take place at 3Iesrs Teanent azd Cropper's auction room, on the 27th, 28th, and 29th annary next. At the first dav's sale, the following Town Lots will ýe put up, each lot measuring two rooals. Williams Town, five lots,at the upset price of £50 per acre. At the upset pvice of L8 per acre, the following will be sub mittel to the hammer. Woedend. 20 lots: K-neton, 8 lots; Euron, 5 lots; Carslrne, 20 lats; G!enorchv, 12 lots: Welshpcl, 25 lots; and at KvIeto:i, in one acre allotments, 5 lots. At the second das's sale will be shbmittel the flilowiung Subirian Lots :-At Prahaam North :leood, 46 acres, at the upset price of 30s an acre; and at the upset price of t60 per acre, 5 lots, varying from two to three acres. At Cut Pav Paw, 3 lots of 158 acres, each at 20s per acre. Ciarlrue, 5 lots, from 64 to 160 acres, at 20s to 30s. Lenaila, 21 lots, varying from two to six acres, 50s to eOs. S...

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ROYAL SOCIETY OF VAN DIEMEN'S LAND. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 December 1851

ROYAL SOCIE:Y OF VAN V DI "EN' S LAND. Trx monthly meeting of this Society was held for November, in the Museum. The Rov. John Lillie, D. D., occupied the chair, The Secretary reported the followian presen tations to the Mnae-o.: .--from l;is Exeellency Sir W. Denison, Zeolite, radiating from a nu cleus of half-decomlposo green-stone. The mi neral was fiund at a depth of seventeen feet in the excavation recently made in Elbuiern Place, imbedded amidst boulders of green stone mixed with marl and earthy matter, and weighed -aversl pounds. From Mr. Turbuall of New Norfolk, some beautiful specimens, and of large size, of Sal phase of Magnlesia, (Epsom S.lts) crrsrltizel in the ibrous form, upon a clay rock. The speid meiis were obtained.in & cavern on Mosnt Dro melarv, where It exists, it is said, in consi derb!xe quantity. From Mr. James Scott, of Launceston, through the Survey Departmernt, by order of the Gover nor, a quantity of semi-decomposei or half rotten quartz, with dru...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 December 1851

MATTHEW HOLMES EGS to intimate that he is now pre pared to receive, dump, and ship WOOL on the most reasonable terms, and to effect Sales of Sheepskins, Tallow, &c. Also, to SUPPL Y SETTLERS, WITII FLout, fine and seconds, of war ranted quality, made from .wheat of Port Phillip growth TES, Hysonskin, twankay, and Congou SUGAR, Zebu, Pampagna and re fined ToBncco, best brands, in and out of bond WooLeracas, Twine, and Rors Soap, candles, bluestone, flour of sulphur Ruddle Ironmongery. Kyrle-street, Geeloug, Nov. 4th, 1851. I PRINTED FORMS. ALWAYS on Hand, the following Forms: Import Forms Do, with Declaration Export Forms Home Consumption do Dues do Sufferance do Coastwise Clearance do Reguage and reweigh do Bills of Lading Dog Forms J. J. WILUr.TAs, Bookseller and Stationer. Market-square, Geelong. 8 PISTOLS, JUST received a few pairs of handy Pocket Percussion Pistols. ALSO, A fewsets of Troy Scales and Weights; superior low priced Tents, Tubs, &c., uwth evrry requi...

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MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 December 1851

1MISCELLANEOUS NEWS. A Savings' Bank has been established in San Francisco. It had been in opera tion three months, and had secured 125 jhositors, who bad placed in it 135,000 A short time ago, a small boat, while going off to pilot a veseel, making for the port of Carentan, was upset in a sudden squall, and the man in her was precipi tated into the water, After some exer tions, he managed to get hold of the keel of the boat, calling at the. same time for assistance. A young girl who heard his cries, jumped into a skilf, and, notwithstanding the violence of the wind and waves, boldly pushed off to his as sistance, and, fortunately, rescued him just as his strength was becoming ex h:ansted. But for this timely aid, in a few minutes more he would! have let go his holdi mand been drowned. A miiteor mwas observed at Lyons on the 13th of July, at aloat 1 i o'clock at night. It proceeded from thie e:st, and re?iltained for a short time, as if poised, over the Plaine du D pl) lhinuc. It th...

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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. Colonial Secretary's Office, Melbourne, [?]th October, 1851. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 December 1851

GO VER-fIE.VT GAZETTE. Colonirt Srn-tsary's Oc?tl-, Melnbourne, dith Ltio:ber, 15,,. Itertlitions it rengard to th?. appljntmlE n, tie., of Clierks Ju the fcries of the C?,,eial Gornznre:t. HIS Exceillency t ill euaut Giovernor has been observed with respect c t, e upp.inrmearn. pruenatacn, rrtenneratont nod 'neral deretes of Clerks alttache to the differen depart?ents of the Gverument of toI? Colony. AernmTxnrm r. No prysoe who has not ptrem?isy e t on the s?scice of rhe revrenment, and by that means prov-i hlntselt cormpsepet,, I to be placel ion tie prer;oaneal ?e tablit. etee i ut m Oenuati. he bas bDn esaninrd by ira ilunl, to be app?sintd by. lii lsce-iacey L:Ie LIuienmar-t;o vernor, u?n replntdi upon as flitn: for piaule espior The principal points to be aneert[aned by this examt nation are, rtht tIe applietlc? mreirs clear leible bhnd with ftoeipIy awl qidckEnea; hint he Is Ier?~e In all r!les,.f orit~lniete nezesary for the department it i?ich he Is t be attached; that he e...

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MELBOURNE. ARRIVED. [Newspaper Article] — Geelong Advertiser and Intelligencer — 30 December 1851

* El.lUURNE. AReIVE:D. D'cember 1:--E!:en and M3arr, schooner, 53 tons, J. 1iils, from 'ircular Head the 14th inst., with 14 passengers in the steerage. Agent W'. 11 Hatch. December 27.-Tamar, schooner. 120 tons, J. J. Winslerrow, master, from Adelaide 19th instant, in ballast. IPassengers-(cabin)-3r Farres, and sixty in the steerago. Agent-Jos. ialeigh. December 27.-Anne, brin, 203 tons, D. Hanmblin, master, fro?m Adelaide 19th instant. Passengers- (cabin) -.!essrs Ilyster, Green, Archer, Arme, Stan!ey, Mr and Mrs Tooks, Mrs Ikcrjew and St in the steerrae. Deceauber 27.-M-3ars C:arke, brig, 180 tone, J. Bicke:s, nu?ter, from Adelaide 19th instant. Passeanger3-(cabin)-3l s Bickers, Mr Cruise, Mr Robarts, Mr Ward, Mr Sims, and 76 in the steerage. December 27. - Hero, brig, 160 tons, T. Dale, master, from Adelaide 20th instant. Passengers -(cabin)- Mr and Mrs McLeod, Mrs Dacey, Mr and Mrs Boulger and family, Mr and Mrs Thomas and child, Mr Porter, Mr Thornhill, Mr Brockhurst, and 100 ...

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