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EGISTER, 1862

“Can I take this throne, surrounded

By so many a sign,
Whoso owns this realm’s allegiance,

'Tis no realm of mine ? These glazed-sashes, factory-patterned,

Courts of shops run wild,
And where space had lent a beauty,

Hideous trophies piled?

Art,“ is this profusion
of toil,
work, clay and crystal

,
ed and soil.
ng of men-spiders,
's hives;

costs men comfort,
es their lives."
Tandicraft," the roughing

is mine;
nd gives the beauty,

design.
ns of clay and crystal,
and gold,
7, woven colour,“
behold!"

sooth," fair Art protested,
ail'st no more ;
, which shapes the coinage,
h digs the ore.
mble handmaid,
chy behest,

“ To my galleries I'll betake me,

There apart I'll reign : Strive who will, no force shall make me

Own this my domain.
Lost the chance that here had throned us,

Join Queens, side by side ;
Toil with Taste, and Use with Beauty

Empire to divide.'

-

THE LION OF THE LATIN QUARTER.

(This Song was found strewn orer the Streets of Paris in March of this

Year, was in private circulation, and sung at secret meetings of the discontented. It is said to have caused much uneasiness to the French Government.

No, brothers, we are not dead,

We have risen and burst the doors,
O Cæsar, look out-thy head

Is threatened,- the lion roars.
You smile, for he seems asleep-

Beware, lest as morning break,
He up-leap.
He slumbers one eye awake,

The Lion of the Latin Quarter.

this age of iron
es thee best."
Tandicraft retorted,
per floor
hrough long-drawn galleries

,
h all thy store?
vas or in marble
might hast shown-
st, sea, earth and cloudland,
or thine own?”

these Queens' contentiou,
nswer fit,
7s why the other
cone should sit.
Joth Art, ---divided
mile and sigh,

proof, that to this throning
im have I ?
d; though all these treasures ,
le domain
, that here I'm alien,
till be plain.

that contains them
part I owe,
nes that rise above us,
ds below.

Never yet the workman advanced

But the student led him to die ; His badge is the plume that danced

In the great days of July.
Arcole and Sarcy's noble race,

Whose arm was steady, and slew
Kings face to face,
He will bound and follow you,

The Lion of the Latin Quarter.

ng

We grope, O mother, to find the foe

In the night, dark and deep,
Which closed thee in, fourteen years ago

Pardon us, did we sleep ?
But see, as the stars grow pale

He watches till thy sun glow,
He snuffs the gale,
He will spring upon the foe,

The Lion of the Latin Quarter.
Drunkards of feast and ball,

Bespattered with palace mire, The lights of your carnival

Are yellow and blear in the new day's fire.
The eagle is sad of mood,

The soaring eagle will fall
And his brood, -
He will eat them, a mouthful in all,

The Lion of the Latin Quarter.
If ever the foul crew come

A new battle to engage, 'Mid theatre, hall, and home,

About, young quack, to preach from his stage, Nisard to drivel and give

Cynical small moralities
How to live,-
They shall see if it's safe to despise

The Lion of the Latin Quarter.
The day for cheating is past.

In the name of the people, we, This third time and last,

That the Moniteur lie not, decree;
The people, your sham confessed,

Shall go up on the Aventine,
They, the oppressed,
And let loose upon your line

The Lion of the Latin Quarter.
Poor Lion! five kings whom fate

Flung to him, long years between, Mere tit-bits for a deathless hate,

Are digested, and he grows lean.
Let him who is next to pay

The last dinner's last score
Pass away :
He is growling for the Emperor,

The Lion of the Latin Quarter.

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way, 185.

it's safe to despise of the Latin Quarter

.

ACCIDENTS.- From the explosion of a

Accidents—continued. farm boiler at Ltanton Wyville, 10 ;

way, near Lydney station, 67 ; on the several accidents to ladies by machinery,

North British Railway, near Maxton 16 ; serious accident in the Waterloo.

station, 82 ; on the London, Chatham road, 20; fall of houses at Hackney,

and Dover Railway, near Ospringe, and 21 ; boiler explosion near Dudley, six

in the Chatham-hill tunnel, 92 ; dreailmen killed, 29; at Millfield Iron. ful accident on the Midland Railway, works, Priestfield, 28 persons killed,

near Market Harborough, 169 ; on the
65; fatal explosion of gas in Holborn, Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway, near
66; frightful artillery accident at Do Winchburgh, 15 persons killed, 177 ;
ver, and at Blyth, 70 ; fatal explosion

numerous railway accidents during the
of gas in Shoreditch, 99 ; fatal explo summer and autumn, 179; fall of a
sion and fire of a chemical warehouse in railway viaduct at Hammersmith, six
Bishopsgate, 103 ; fatal boat accidents men killed, 185 ; fatal explosion of a
at Brighton, Portsmouth, Loch Lo locomotive of the Great Western Rail.
mond, the Mersey, 104 ; explosion of a
percussion-cap factory at Birmingham, Acts, List of, 25 & 26 Vict.-i., Public
nine persons killed," 114 ; fatal boat General Acts, 243; ii., Local and Per.
accident on the Ribble, near Preston,

sonal Acts, 247 ; iii., Private Acts
seven lives lost, 159 ; sinking of the

printed, 257 ; iv., Private Acts not
iron ship Ganges in the Thames, five

printed, 258.
Lascars drowned, 163; explosion of AxtIQUITIES. - Discoveries in Worcester
gunpowder mills near Redruth, six

Cathedral, l; at Maeshow, in the
women killed, 172; boat accident

Orkneys, 127.
near Bristol, five persons drowned, 176; AUSTRALIAN EXPEDITION OF BURKE AND
fall of a railway viaduct at Hammer Wills, 475.
smith, six men killed, 185 ; fatal BANK RATE OF Discount, 130, 206 ;
bwiler explosion at Alnwick, 194 ; at see also Table of Stocks, 277.
Maxłorough, nine persons killed, 196. Birtus, 294.

Colliery and Mining Accidents. - Birtus, Deatus, and Marriages, in
Dreadful disaster at the Hartley Col.

England and Wales; and Scotland ; and
liery, 204 lives lost, 12 ; flooding of the

in the Metropolis, in 1862, 279.
Hendre Mine, sixteen persons drowned, Butchers' Muat, Average Prices of, in
22 ; fatal explosion at the Cethin Culo each month in 1862, 278.
liery, forty-nine lives lost, 23 ; explo- Census of 1861. - The Revised Returns
sion of fire-damp at Westwood Colliery,

for England and Wales, 280 ; corrected
six lives lost, 64 ; terrible explosion at

total for Ireland, 281; Revised Re. Barnsley, sixty men and boys killvil,

turns for Scotland, 282.

Census of the British Colonies and Railway Accidents :- Various arci Possessions in the year ended the 31st dents-on the Portadown, Dungannon,

December, 1860 (from a Parliamentary
and Armagh Railway; on the Brechin

Return), 283.
branch of the Scottish North Eastern ; COLLIERT Mixing ACCIDENTS. -
on the Maryport and Whitehaven ; Dreadful disaster at the Hartley Col.
near the Gravesend station of the Sout liery, 204 lives lost, 12 ; flooding of

Eastern, 59 ; on the South Wales Rail. the Hendre Mine, sixteen persons
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ng is past.

the people, we, d last, eur lie not, decree; sham confessed, the Aventine, ed, pon your line n of the Latin Quarter ings whom fate ong years between deathless hate, ad he grows lean. xt to pay 's last score

197.

AND

for the Emperor, on of the Latin Quarter.

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Colliery Accidents-continued.

drowned, 22; fatal explosion at the
Cethin Colliery, forty-nine lives lost,
23 ; explosion of fire-damp at West-
wood Colliery, six lives lost, 64 ; at
Barnsley, siaty men and boys killed,

197.
CORN.--Average Prices of British Corn

in each month in 1862, 278.
Deaths, 1862.-Adam, mr. J. 323;

Adolphus, mr. J. L. 323 ; Ainsworth,
mr. W. 324 ; Albemarle, dow, countes,
324 ; Allen, rev. dr. 324 ; Alleyne, miss
M. S. 324 ; Allix, col. 324 ; Alves, maj.-
gen. 324; Amcotts, col. 324 ; Ander-
son, rev. J. 325 ; Andrew, mr. H. P.
325; Andrews, mrs. H. 325 ; Annan.
dale, mr. P. 325; Anson, mrs. A.
325 ; Archdall, rev. dr. 325 ; Armagh,
archbp. of (Beresford), 325 ; Arrin.
dell, sir W. 327 ; Autrum, comm.
327 ; Arundell, of Wardour-row, 327 ;
Astley, mrs. G. E. 327 ; Attree, W.
W. 327 ; Attye, R. J. 327 ; Awdry,
lieut. 327.

Bainbrizze, gen. sir P. 827 ; Bar.
rett, mnr. L. 328 ; Bartholomew, mrs.
A. C. 328; Beckwith, maj.- tn.
328 ; Beresford, lady, 328; Beres-
ford, most rev. dr. (arch bp. of
Armagh), 325 ; Biasini, signora, 328;
Bickersteth, mr. H. 328; Bonney,
ven. archd. 328 ; Borrer, mr. W. 328;
Brabazon, mrs. S. C. 329 ; Bradshaw,
mrs. 329 ; Bradshaw, capt. L. 329;
Brandon, laciy, 329 ; Brandt, mr. R.
329; Braye, laruness, 329; Breadal.
bane, marquessof, 829; Lee-Brentan,
sir L. C. 329; Brereton, rev. dr.
329 ; Breton, mr. P. 329 ; Brice, mr.
G. T. 330; Brind, mrs G. 330 ;
Brisbane, laly M. 330 ; Brilie, sir
B. C. 330; Bromley, rev. W. D. 333;
Brooke, mrs. J. C. 333 ; Brooks, ged.
333 ; Broughton, capt. 333 ; Browne,
mr. J. D. 333; Browne, mine G. 333 ;
Browne, mr. N. 333 ; Bruce, sir M.
333; Bruce, maj. zen, the bon. R.
333; Buck, maj. 334 ; Buckinlar,
dow. duches, 334 ; Backle, mr. H.
T. 934 : Buckle, mrs. H. 335; Bur-
dett, miss J. F. 3.35; de Burgh, mr.
W. H. 335; Burland, mur. & 335 ;
Burnes, dr. 336; Burrell, sir C. M.
335; Busk, mr. Henry, 336; Butler,
sir R. P. 336.

Campbell, dów. laly, 336 ; Camp
bull, mi-s A. 336 ; Canning, carl, 336;
Canterbury, archbp, of Sumner, dr.),
339 ; Coutwell, mr. J. T 833 ; Caris,
prince of, 338 ; Carmichal, bm. Lily,

Dathe-continued.

333 ; Carr, mr. J. F. 339 ; Carr II,
adim. sir W, 339 ; Carroll, lady, 339;
Carter, mrs. Binham, 339 ; (tel.
lane, marshalcunt, 339, de 'retrie,
cunt 340 ; Catheart, la's M. K.
310; Caulfeil.l, hon. H. 340 ; (asan,
dow, counters, 340 ; Cave, nr. W. A.
Browne, 340 ; Cayley, mr. E. S. 340;
Cazalet, It.-coL 340 ; Cexil, loni E. H.
340; Chaytor, col. 341 ; Chapman, frv.
J. 341 ; Chichester, dow. cunts of,
341; Chisbolm, surg. major, 341;
Clarke, mr. J. A. G. 941; ('larke,
mrs. A. 341; Clificri, Luiy, 341 ;
Clinton-Wynyard, mrs. 341 ; Cake
burn, dr. A. W. 341; Cockburn, mr.
J. 341 ; (ockburn, mis J. 341; C tia,
sir E. P. 841; Colborna, bon. mis
C. 312; Colex, mr. H. B. 312; (it,
col. 8. 312 ; Compton, mr. A. $12;
Constable, lady, 342 ; Coper, trv, H.
C. 812 ; Morte-Cooper, l. 342;
Cone, lady, 342; Corte H, mnr. A.
343 ; Carnex, mr. J. 843; Corneil,
lieut. 343 ; (ory ton, col. 343; de Case
rette, colante , 348 ; Cottun, dean
343 ; ('rarsoft, l. 324 ; Craize, ma* t.
R. G. 343; C'rampton, righ: bva P.
344; Crawford, col. 344; Crven
capt. 344 ; Croft, sir J. 844; ('r it,
mr. J. 344 ; (reziet, m. 314 ; C'ai.
len, It-gen. 344; Cunnin hu, Dr J,
314 ; Curzon, adm. 344 ; Curin, krs.
E. H. R. 395; Cuyler, mis l. o.
314.

Dalyell, comm. 344 ; Dachwul, sir
G. H. 345; Davenport, mr. J. $:;
Davies, dr. H. 345 ; Davies, Ir II.
M. 345 : Davis, mr. A. 345 ; Dearish,
nr. J. 345 ; Des sur• T. aj. 34).
Deed mr. W. 345; Dihi, exklus
of, 345 ; De vir, capt. A. B. 345;
Diik, a.lm. 845; Dikins, 115, VW.
345; Dickson, Mr E 315; D.,
m.-gen. 345 ; Diike, mr. W. A. 319;
Dillon, dow. Viste. 346; de Dis),
duobes, 346 ; Dinwildlie, cu ..
846 ; Dolbin, crol. 346 ; Diine, er
816; Do'serty, Itra dr R 316,D ,
sir W. H. 346 ; Deran, rr. T W 317;
Douglas, ka sir J. 347; Driftinal,
alede man, 347 : Drumta 1, 1. 11.
347 ; D: kett, d w.hair, 47, D: es.
bury, nir, J. T 347;0.1, m. 47;
Dasun-Duffel. mn. H. EA 347;
Dunlar, mr. Dunes, 341 : Duriss
sim. sir J. W. D) 34* : Lur!", I th.
mis J. T. 348; Dum"ind: ), vist. 343;
Dyne, bon. mr 34.

Erla, mr. W 318: E-hlin, tit.

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Dönths-continued.
338 ; Carr, mr. J. F. 19:4"

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adm. sir W.339; Carre',
Carter, mr. Bonhas, esse
lane, marshal orant, 339; 1997,
count 310; Cath art, is's ,
340; Caulieill, hen. H. 340 tầng,
dow. countess, 310; Cave, zen.
Browne, 340; Cayley, m. ESA
Cazalet, It. -col 310; CalE
310; Chartor, col. 341; Ceas
J. 341 : Chichester, dormito!
341; Chisholm, sorg. Duke,
Clarke, mr. J. A. G. 341; 172
mrs. A. 341; Cliford, bet&
Clinton-Wynrard, mrs, 341 (x
burn, dr. A. W. 341; Cubic
J. 341 ; Cockburn, mie ). S41
sir E. P. 841; Celbome, de 13
C. 342; Coler

, mr. H. B. HOR
col. S. 342; Compton, 21. 1%
Constable, lads, 312 ; Caper

, was
C. 342 ; Morsoluer, care
Cope, lady, 342; Cere' 1 3
343; Cornes

, mr. J. 343: Creative
lieut. 343 ; Coryton

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Deaths-continued.

Heard, mr. J. I. 359 ; Heathcote, Rer,
B. 359; Hebeler, B. 359; Haward, lady
E. F. 359; Henley, lady, 359; Henry,
mr. A. 359; Hepburn, mrs. II. 359 ;
Herbert, hon. mrs. 359 ; Hertslet, mr.
J. 359; Hesse, grand duchess M. 359;
Hewett, col, sir Geo. H. 359 ; Hick.
man, mr. H. B. 359 ; Hill, lady, 359 ;
Hodges, col. sir G. L. 359 ; Hogg, mr.
F. F. 359; Hogg, mr. T. J. 359 ;
Hoghton, sir H. B. 360; Hood, mr.
W. 362 ; Hope, rev. F. W. 362 ; Hope,
mr. H. T. 363 ; Horne, rev. T. H.
363 ; Hoskyns, sir H. 364; Hoskyns,
mr. C. 364 ; Hotham, hon. mrs. E.
364 ; Houlton, sir G. 364; Houstonn,
gen, sir R. 364 ; Hughes, mrs. H. 364;
Hutton, rev. Dr. C. 364.

Ingall, major 364 ; Inglis, mrs. E.
364 ; Inglis, maj.-gen. sir J. E. W.
364 ; Isham, rev. C. E. 365.

Jacob, maj. 365 ; Jefferyes, mr. St.-
J. 365 ; Jervois, gen. 365 ; Johnson,
sir E. 365 ; Jones, hon, adm. 365 ;
Jones, mr. W. 8. 365.

Kaye, mrs. J. L. 365 ; Kekewich,
mr. G. 365; Kelbam, mr. R. K. 365 ;
Kennedy, lady N. 365 ; Kerr, hon. mrs.
365 ; Killeen, lady 365; Kincaid, capt.
sir J. 365 ; King, adm. sir E. D. 365 ;
King, rear-adm. 365 ; Knight, mr. J.
365 ; Knight, mr. E. 366 ; Knighton,
lady, 366 ; Knowles, mr. Sheridan, 366.

Laing, mr. A. S. 366 ; Lamb, hon.
mrs. Geo. 366 ; Lancaster, comm. 366 ;
Langrishe, sir R. 367 ; de Lautour, mr.
Edw. 367 ; Leake, mr. J. M. 367 ;
Ledsam, mr. F. 367; Lee, mr. E. II.
367 ; Leeds, sir J. 367 ; St. Leger, mr.
A. F. B. 367 ; Leifchild, dr. J. 367.
L'Estrange, mr. H. L'E. 8. 369 ;
Leyburn, mr. W. 369; Lewis, mr.
T. A. 369 ; Lillie, lieut. -colonel, 369;
Lindsay, hon. Inrs. J. 369 ; Lindsay,
mrs. E. H. 369 ; Livingstone, mrs. M.
369 ; Lloyd, rev. C. 370 ; Lloyil, col.
J. 370; Loftus, maj. 370 ; Logan, ur.
A. S. 370 ; Lombe, rev. E. 370 ;
Lovell, mrs. 399; Lucas, mr. T. 370 ;
Luke, mr. G. R. 370 ; Lushington,
larly, 371; Luttrell, lieut..col. 371;
Lutyens, major, 371 ; Lydiard, adm.
371.

Macbean, lady, 371 ; Macbride, mrs.
M. 371 ; M'Carthy, mrs. A. 371 ;
Macdonald, mrs. B. 370 ; Macdona!'),
miss L. 371 ; Macdonald, lieut-col.
371 ; MacDougall, sir D.371 ; Macbull,
mr. E. 372 ; Mackay, bon. miss 0.
372 ; Mackenzie, mr. W. Forbes, 372 ;

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res.

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Deaths-- continued.

H. 348; Edlen, It.-gen. 349; Edwards,
mr. H. 349; Elwards, rev. canon,
349 ; Elam, mr. J. 349 ; Ellesmere,
earl of, 349 ; Elliot, hon. J. E. 349;
Ellis, mr. J. 319; Ellis, mrs. A. 349 ;
Elmes, mr. J. 349 ; Errington, mr. J.
R. 350 ; Essex, cnt-s, of, 350 ; Evans,
mr. B. 350 ; Eyre, lady, 350.

Farmer, lady, 350; Farquharson,
capt. 350 ; Farquharson, of Invercauld,
350 ; Farrington, mr. H. W. 350;
Farwell, mrs. E. 350 ; Pea, mr. J. 352 ;
Fellowes, mrs. E. 350 ; Fellowes, mr.
T. 350 ; Festing, adm. 350 ; Fielden,
mrs. C. 350; Finch, mr. F. 0. 351 ;
Fitz-Herbert, miss F. 351 ; Forbes,
lady, 350 ; Ford, mr. C. J. 351;
Fouché, Duc d'Otrante, 351; Fountaine,
mr. J. B. 351 ; Frank land, adm. 351 ;
Franklin, mrs. M. J. 352 ; Franklin,
mr. J. 395; Franks, maj..gen. sir. T.
H. 351 ; Fraser, mrs. M. H. 352;
Freestun, sir W. L. 352 ; Frost, mr.
C. 352 ; Furneaux, maj.-gen. W.
352.
Garrett,

C. 352; Gas-
coyne,

mr. G. 352 ; Gifforil, earl
of, 352 ; Gilborne, rev. J. L. 352 ;
Gillies, mrs. 353; Glover, mr. E. A.
353 ; Glover, ven, arch. 353; Gordon,
hon. and rev. lord G. 353; Gordon,
rev. dr. 353 ; Gare, lieut..col. 353 ;
Gorton, mrs. E. G. 353 ; Gottreux, col.
353 ; Goudebaux, m. 353 ; Graham,
rev. W. 353 ; Grant, miss S. C. 353;
Grant, miss S. 353 ; Granville, dow.
countess, 353; Gratwick, mr. W. G.
K. 354 ; Greenwood, mr. H. 354 ;
Gresley, mrs. C. 354 ; Greville, lady C.
354 ; Griève, hon. mrs. 354 ; Gunping,
mr. J. 354 ; Gunning, sir R. H. 354 ;
Gursacy, rev. J. H. 354.

Haldimand, mr. W. 354 ; Halléry,
mr. 354 ; Halkett, lady, 355 ; Hallett,
mr. W. 355 ; Hamel, Dr. 357 ; Hamil.
ton, J. M. McNeill, 355 ; Hamilton,
Hans, 355 ; Hamond, adm. sir G. E.
355 ; Hand, capt. and wife, 356 ;
Hankey, mru. M. 356 ; Hankinson,
rev. Robt. 356 ; Hanmer, Mrs. A. C.
356 ; Harberton, visct. 356 ; Harul.
castle, J. 356 ; Hargrove, mr. W. 356 ;
Harrington, Earl of, 356 ; Harris, hon.
miss, 357; Hart, mr. F.357 ; Hatchard,
mrs. Eliz. 357; Hawer, sir Benj. 357 ;
Hawker, laly, 357 ; Hawkins, rev. E.
357 ; Hawley, lady, 368 ; Hawtrey,
rev. dr. 358; Hay, sir A. L. 358 ;
Hay, gen. lord J. 359 ; Hay, lady, 359 ;
Hay, capt. 359; Hay, lord E. 359;

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343 ; Cracroft, col. 32 : Crane
R. G. 343 ; Crampten

, right bul,
314; Crawford, col.
capt. 344 ; Croft, sir J. SH; T*
mr. J. 344; Crozier, poi SH : (
len, It.-gen. 344; Croniadan,
344 ; Curzon, adm. 344; (umak
E. 1, R. 395; Cyker

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344.
Dalyell

, comm. 344 ; Dukan
G. H. 345 ; Darepper, enz.)
Davies, dr. H. 345 : Daria, arts i
M. 345; Davis mr. A. 845:
mr. J. 345; Dess

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Deedes, mr. W. 845. De
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Dick, adm. 345; Dieting ret. Ti
345; Dickson, mr. E 34: Die
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Dillon, dow. rigts 348; Helis,
duchess, 346 ; Dinwill'e cas**
Dobbin, col

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sir W. H. 346 ; Derut, rer. I. Hi

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Dawson-Duffield, mrs . 144.
Dunbar, mr. Duden, 47: Dede
adm. sir J. W. D. 348: Dels :
miss J. T. 348; Doneladen, 1.3 H..
Dyne, hon, mrs. 348.

Earle, mrs. W. 8. 948:

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