August 1821, extracted from the Edinburgh Gazette.

Sprunt, J. Perth, merchant

Thomson, Andrew, West Wemyss, ship-owner Bell, James, Glasgow, carrier

Tumbull, Michael, Apple-tree-Hall, near Hawick, Bennet, George, Keith, merchant

hosier Bowie, H. & Sons, Paisley, manufacturers

Williamson, Elizabeth, Latheron-Wheel, CaithBruce, John, Edinburgh, iron-monger

fish-curer Easton, Thomas, Edinburgh, baker and fourmerchant

DIVIDENDS. Henderson, William, Mansfield, near Dundee, flax-spinner

Ferrier, Alexander, Kirkaldy, merchant; by John Lawrie and Company, Portobello, hat-manufac Wemyss, the trustee there turers

Fraser, James, Inverness, draper; by Alexander Macgilliviay, Donald, Balacarnish of Aberchald. Cumming, merchant there er, cattle-dealer

Perth Foundery Company; by H. Lindsay, merM'Grigor, John, Glasgow, spirit-ricaler

chant, Perth Moffat, Robert, Milton, near Glasgow, cattle Smith, Thomas, Glasgow, builder; by D. Kendealer and builder

nedy, accountant there Railton, Atkinson, Edinburgh, commercial agent Sutherland, Thomas, Edinburgh, merchant ; by and spirit-inerchant

W. Phin, merchant there Smellie, Robert, Glasgow, spirit-dealer

Wilson, Anthony, Aberdeen, ship-owner; by Spence, Balfour, Lerwick, merchant

Alexander Webster, advocate there.


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August 2. The lady of Mr William Ma. July 7. At Bury House, Southamp son, Nelson Street, a daughter. ton, the lady of Major-General Kenneth 3. At Hutton Hall, the lady of Colonel Mackenzie, a son.

C. Bruce, a son. 8. At 36, Queen Street, Edinburgh, 6. At Belton House, Lincoln, the CounMrs Charles Nairne, a son.

tess Brownlow, a daughter. At No. 11, Picardy Place, Edinburgh, 7. At Stranraer, the lady of Capt. John Mrs Jones, wite of Mr Jones, of the M•Kerlie, a son. Theatre Royal, a son.

8. At Aberdour House, Mrs Gordon, a 14. At Manse of Boharm, Mrs Forbes, daughter. a daughter.

9. Mrs Ballingall, Newton, Auchter17. At Birkenbog, Mrs Marquis, a son. muchty, a son.

At Cannobie Manse, Mrs Donaldson, At Calais, the lady of Major-General of twin daughters, which, with the mother, Beatson, a son. are doing well.

11. Mrs Tod, Borrowstounness, a son. 20. The lady of G. H. Freeling, Esq. 12. In Castle Street, Edinburgh, the of the General Post Office, London, a lady of Warren Hastings Anderson, Esq. daughter.

22. At Hambledon House, the lady of 13. In Brunswick Square, London, Mrs Charles Scott Murray, Esq. a daughter.

D. Maclean, a son. 23. At Annan, the lady of Wm. Little, At Roehampton, the Viscountess Esq. a son.

Duncannon, a son. 26. At Dumfries, the lady of Alex. A. 15. Mrs Blackwell, York Place, Edin. Harley Maxwell, Esq. a daughter. burgh, a daughter.

27. At Castlecraig, the lady of the Hon. At Hendersyde Park, the lady of W. J. Napier, a son.

Captain George Edward Watts, royal navy, At Houndwood House, the lady of Captain Coulson, R. N. a son.

17. At Lainington House, the lady of 28. In Forth Street, Edinburgh, Mrs Peter Rose, Esq. a daughter. Lyon, a son.

18. At Duddingstone, Mrs Hamilton 29. Mrs Hume, Castle Street, Edin. Dundas, a son. burgh, a zon.

At Walton Park, Mrs Major Camp30. The lady of Dr E. T. Monro, ofbell, a daughter. Bedford Place, Russell Square, London, a 20. In Upper Grosvenor Street, Londaughter.

don, the lady of Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Mrs M. A. Fletcher, a son.

Guy Campbell, Bart. a daughter. At Comely Bank, Mrs Laidlaw, a AL 47, Queen Street, Edinburgh, daughter.

Mrs Hunter, a daughter. At Langton Manse, Mrs Brown, a Mrs Mitchell, Garnethill, a son. daughter.

At Newton, Inverness-shire, the lady 31. At Culduthel House, the lady of of Major L. Siewart, 24th regiment, a John Windsor, Esq. a son.

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22. Mrs Payne, No. 21, Broughton 2. At Edinburgh, Captain Spear, royal Place, Edinburgh, a daughter.

navy, to Mrs Grace, eldest daughter of the 24. At Parkhouse, Mrs Gordon, a late Rev. Patrick Grant of Cromdale, daughter.

Strathspey. - In Hope Street, Edinburgh, the Hon. 4. At Malton, the seat of Sir David Mrs Peter Ramsay, a son.

Hunter Blair, Bart. the Right Hon. the 28. In St Andrew's Square, Edinburgh, Viscount Kelburne, to Miss Hay Mackenthe lady of Gilbert Laing Meason, Esq. of zie, youngest daughter of the late Edward Lindertis, a son.

Hay Mackenzie of Newhall and Cro. marty.

5. At Cheltenham, Capt. J. G. Cowell, Jan. 27. At Calcutta, George Ballard, of the Royals, to Mary Letitia, daughter Esq. of the agency house of Messrs Alex. of the late H. M. Ormshy, Esq. of Rockanders and Co. to Jane Elizabeth, fourth savage, in the county of Roscommon. daughter of the late Captain Alex. Tod, 6. At Cornhill, near Perth, George Bell, R. N.

Esq. merchant, Leith, to Ann, third May 29. At St Andrew's, Lower Canada, daughter of' Laur. Robertson, Esq. banker, Dr Hugh Caldwell, of the Olst regiment, Perth. to Margaret, eldest daughter of J. New At Glasgow, M. S. Pinkerton, Esq. bigging, Esq. Kilmarnock.

to Jane, cldest daughter of James Lang, June 2. in Trinidad, Herbert Mack. Esq. worth, Esq. Alguazil Mayor of that island, 8. At No. 24, Greenside Place, Edin. son of Sir Digby Mackworth, Bart. to burgh, Mr David Thom, Stockbridge, to Jessy, daughter of James Anderson, Esq. Alison, youngest daughter of Mr Kirkof Cupar Grange, South Neparima, wood, senior, engraver, Edinburgh. F. R. C. S. Edinburgh.

In Hampstead Church, Dr Lushing16. At Highgate House, Barbadoes, ton, the Counsel of her late Majesty, to Captain W. E. Grant, Military Secretary Miss Carr, daughter of Carr, Esq. to the Forces, to Mary Ann, eldest daugh Solicitor of Excise. ter of Mr John M. Hanson, of Hackney, At St George's Church, Hanover Middlesex.

Square, London, Sir Francis Sykes, Bart. July 27. Lieutenant-Colonel Sir T. of Basildon Park, Bucks, to Henrietta, eldNoel Hill, Bart. K. C. B. of the Grenadier est daughter of Henry Villebois, Esq. of Guards, to the Hon. Anna Maria Shore, Gloucester Place, Portman Square. daughter of Lord Teignmouth.

9. At Mellerstain, Evan Baillie, Esq. 30. At Hitcham Church, Suffolk, Henry jun. of Dochfour, to Miss Charlotte Au. William Stephen, Esq. to Lady Frances gusta Baillie Hamilton, second daughter Bentinck.

of the late Rev. Archdeacon Charles Baillie At Glasgow, Lieutenant Smith, late Hamilton, and the Right Hon. Lady of the 91st regiment, to Agnes, third Charlotte Baillie Hamilton. daughter of the late James White, Esq. At London, Lord Charles Somerset, merchant, Glasgow.

to Lady Mary Poulett, daughter of the At Inchbrayock Cottage, Montrose, late, and sister of the present, Earl PouLieutenant-Colonel Archibald Watson, lett. Bengal light cavalry, to Ann, daughter of at Mary-la-Bonne Church, London, the late Archibald Scott, Esq. of Usan. William Stuart, Esq. M. P. eldest son of

- At Larbert Manse, James Monteith, the Lord Primate of Ireland, to Henrietta, Esą. writer in Glasgow, to Anne Laurie, eldest daughter of Admiral Sir C. Polc, eldest daughter of the Rev. Dr Knox, mi. Bart. Dister of Larbert and Dunipace.

10. At London, Lieutenant-Colonel In the Cathedral of Dromore, James Charlewood, of the Grenadier Guards, to Graham, Esq. of Richardby House, Cum Agnes Margaretta Lady Campbell, widow berland, Captain in the 2d North British of Lieutenant-General Sir James Campbell, dragoons, or Scots Greys, to Miss Eliza. Bart. of laverniel, Argyleshire. bethi Jane Saurin, second daughter of the 11. At Inverness, Captain Gair of FortRight Rev. the Lord Bishop of Dromore. rose, to Barbara, third daughter of the late

August I. At St George's Church, Hano William M'Iver, Esq. of Jamaica. ver Square, London, the Hon. Edward 13. At West Bank, Lanarkshire, SaHerrey Hawke, of Womersley Park, muel Lindsay, Esq. of the High School, Yorkshire, eldest son of Lord Hawke, to Edinburgh, to Susan, fifth daughter of the Elizabeth, second daughter of Sir Jolin late Mr Alexander Lockhart of WestRamsden, Bart. of Byram, in the same bank. county, and niece to the Marchioness of At Canaan Grove, Captain Arch. Hertford.

Fullarton, late of the 38th regimeat of At Bonjedward, Mr Michael Scott, foot, to Janet, youngest daughter of Mr merchant, Kelso, to Joan, sixth daughter John Robertson. of Thomas Caverhill, Esq.

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merchant, to Miss Eliza Kerr, eldest Majesty's Forces, to Eliza, youngest danghdaughter of the late Mr James Kerr, mer ter of William Overton, Esq. of Milechant in Greenock.

End. 13. At Kilmarnock, Captain John White, 20. At St Martin's Church, London, R. of the 3d Ceylon regiment, to Miss Janet H. Reardon, Esq. of the 66th foot, to Begbie.

Marion, daughter of Robert Read Cun14. At Culcraigie, Alness, Mr James ningham, Esq. late of Seabank, Ayrshire. Calder, Tain, to Beatrice, second daughter At Dundee, William H. Kerr, Esq. of the late Ewen Cameron, Esq. writer, accountant in Edinburgh, to Anne, danghFort William.

ter of Mr Thomas Ivory, Dundee. At Rothmaise, Aberdeenshire, C. 21. At Brown Square, Edinburgh, Ar. Bannerman, Esq. of Kirkhill, to Anne, thur Robertson, Esq. distiller, Ormiston, third daughter of the late Charles Banner. to Mary, only daughter of James M'Roman, Esq.

bin, Esq. solicitor. 15. At Niddrie, the Reverend David 23. At Glasgow, James Peddie, jun. Wauchope, second son of the late John Esq. writer to the signet, to Margaret, Wauchope of Edmonstone, Esq. to Anne, daughter of the Rev. Dr Dick, Glasgow. fourth daughter of Andrew Wauchope of 27. At Glasgow, Lieut. J. Pollock of the Niddrie Marischal, Esq.

5th regiment of foot, to Helen, only daughAt the house of his Grace the ter of William Clelland, Esq. merchant. Duke of Northumberland, St James's Lately. At Dysart, Robert M.Dougal Square, London, T. Buller, Esq. eidest Familton, surgeon, Kirkaldy, to Elizabeth, son of Major-General Buller, of" Pelynt, only daughter of the late Lieutenant James and Lanreth, in the county of Cornwall, to Black, R. N. the Right Hon. Lady Agnes Percy.

At Tunbridge, the Baron Stanislaus Chandoir, of the Empire of Russia, to Lu Jan. 5. At Madras, Miss B. Hunter, cy, third daughter of Sir Alexander Cricli. daughter of the late Mr James Hunter, ton, M. D. F.R. S. first physician to the merchant, Edinburgh. Emperor and Dowager Empress of Rus 17. At Trinchinopoly, William Campsia.

bell Scott, Esq. of the Hon. East India 15. At St Margaret's, the seat of the Company's service, second son of the late Earl of Cassillis, in Middlesex, Captain William Scott, Esq. of Trinity Mains. Baird, of the 3d regiment of guards, eldest Feb. 15. At Calcutta, of the cholera son of Robert Baird, Esq. of Newbyth, morbus, in the Hon. East India Company's and nephew of General Sir David Baird, civil service, Edward, youngest son of the Bart. to Lady Anne Kennedy, eldest late George Millett, Esq. East India Di. daughter of the Earl and Countess of Cassillis.

March 2. At Kandy, in the island of 16. At Edinburgh, James Auchinleck Ceylon, Ensign Archibald Montgomerie, Cheyne, Esq. of Oxendean, W. S. to Mar. of the 45th regiment of foot, youngest son garet Blair, second daughter of Andrew of the late Alexander Montgomerie, Esq. M“Kean, Esq. York Place.

of Annick Lodge. Ac Montpellier, Forfarshire, Alexe May l. At London, Mr John Grant, ander Robertson, Esq. writer to the signet, eldest son of the late Mr John Grant, of to Miss Katharine Alison, daughter of Polnicol, Ross.shire ;-and, on the 28th John Alison, Esq. of Wellbank.

ultimo, at London, Mrs Grant, his spouse. 17. At Selkirk, Mr James Ballantyne, 6. In the colony of Demerara, Thomas Whitehope, to Miss Anne, second daugh. Duncan, Esq. Coxton. ter of Andrew Henderson, of Midgehope. June 14. Mr George Hadaway, of the

20. William Arrot, Esq. of Manchester, island of St Vincent's, second son of the to Isabella Joanna, daughter of the Rev. late Patrick Hadaway, Esq. Dr Gardiner, Edinburgh.

25. At Montreal, after a very short ill. - B. B. James Stanislaus Bell, Esq. su ness, Mr James Gillespie, aged about 34, gar-refiner, Glasgow, to Elizabeth, eldest a native of Aberdeen. daughter of William Robertson, Esq. July 4. At Baltimore, America, Mr friars, near Kelso.

James Neilson, son of the late Mr Gilbert At Kirkcudbright, John Brown, Neilson, merchant, Edinburgh. Esq. of Netherwood, to Janet, eldest daugh 18. At Longtown, Cumberland, on his ter of the late Mr Thomas Anderson, mer. way to his residence, Bellinter, (Meath,) chant in Kirkcudbright.

Ireland, aged 56, the Right Hon. John - At Provan Place, Glasgow, Thomas Preston, Baron Tara, one of his Majesty's Alston, Esq. merchant, Glasgow, to Agnes Privy Council. Thomson, eldest daughter of Michael Gil. 19. At Peterhead, Mrs Milne, relict fillan, Esq. of Westermains.

of Mr George Milne, Mains of ElseAt St Ann's Church, Soho, London, P. J. Macdonald, Esq. Apothecary to his 23. At St Martin's Cottage, near Mon




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trose, in the 54th year of her age, Susanna, 1. At his house, Charles Street, Berke. wife of George Farquharson, Esq. ley Square, London, the Right Hon. Lord

25. At Hawthorn Brae, West Dudding. Suffield. His Lordship dying without isston, suddenly, Mrs Anne Reid, wife of sue, he is succeeded in his titles and estates Mr James Scott, merchant in Leith. by his brother the Hon. Edward Harbord.

26. At Hamilton, after a long and lin At Inverury, Mr James Anderson, gering illness, Mrs Sarah Henry, wife of late merchant in Banff, aged 82. James Pindar, Esq. of Townhead.

2. At Glasgow, David Stirling, Esq. ac. At Castletown House, county of Kil. countant of the Royal Bank. dare, aged 77, Lady Louisa Conolly, sis At Aberdeen, Robert Gibson, Esq. ter of the late Duke of Richmond, and re at the advanced age of 83. lict of the late Right Hon. Thomas Conol. At her house in London, Mrs Mar. ly. Her Ladyship possessed a very large garet Alison, widow of Captain Robert income, it is said L. 80,000 a-year, a great Turnbull. portion of which she expended in works of 3. At Edinburgh, Matthew Sandilands, charity and benevolence. At Colbridge Esq. of Couston, W. S. she supported a school of near 600 child. 4. At her house, Hanover Street, Mrs ren. Her death was occasioned by an ab- Janet Christie, widow of John Weir, Esq. scess in the hip, under which she had suf- writer in Edinburgh. fered two months.

At 24, London Street, Agnes Prim28. At 88, Candlemaker-row, Mr George rose, wife of Mr Peter Macdowall, account. Sanderson, tobacconist, Edinburgh.

At Edinburgh, Mrs Craik, of Arbig 5. At Auchtermuchty, Fifeshire, Maglan

dalenc Gardner, eldest daughter of the late 29. At New Galloway, James Murray, Rev. James Gardner, Newtonards. Esq. late of Manchester.

At Lochbank, near Dumfries, Ro. At Berwick-upon-Tweed, Mrs Ogle, bert Haining, Esq. of Gainslaw, widow of Robert Ogle, Esq. At Gilmerton, Miss Jean Helen of Eglingham, aged 62 years.

Waldie, aged 15, only daughter of Lieut. 30. At Edinburgh, Mrs Catharine Grind. Waldie, late 10th Hussars. lay, relict of Mr William Burnside of At his residence, Leeds Castle, in Flask.

the county of Kent, General Philip Martin, - In Hill Street, Berkeley Square, in the 89th year of his age. London, Eleonora Sarah, only child of At Glenogle, near Lochearn-head, Henry Brougham, Esq. of Brougham, Mr Samuel Lindsay, in his 82d year. M. P.

6. At Laurencekirk, Mr Charles Stiven, 31. At Aberdeen, the Rev. John Ram. snuff-box-maker, aged 68. Mr Stiven was say, formerly minister of the gospel at joiner to the late Sir James Nicholson of Strachan, in the 90th year of his age. Glenbervie, for several years prior to the

Aug. 1.- Mrs INCHBALD.—This Lady year 1780, when he made the first box, died at the Boarding-house, Kensington and presented it to Mr William Baillie of Her mind had an original cast, and her Montrose, at that time factor on the estate literary style was peculiar, terse, pointed, of Glenbervie. He continued in his origiand impressive. By exemplary industry nal avocation of joiner, occasionally making and prudence she had raisei! herself to a boxes, till the year 1790, when the late state of comfortable independence ; but she Lord Gardenstone, the founder of the vilhad a liberal heart, and deprived herself of lage of Laurencekirk, brought him to that many enjoyments, in order to provide for place, and introduced him to public notice. relations who stood in need of her assist The high degree of eminence which Mr ance. She was animated, cheerful, and in Stiven had attained by the manufacture telligent in conversation, and her remarks of these boxes, of which he was the invenerince acute penetration. Her dramatic tor, is well known to those who contemproductions and her novels show a deep plate with interest

the progress of perseveInowledge of the human heart, and those ring ingenuity. Frequent imitations have novels are well calculated to improve it. been attempted of these boxes, but though She was very handsome in her youth, and some of them have been exceedingly well retained much of her beauty and elegance executed, yet they have always fallen far till her death. She was about 66 years of short of the neatness of polish, and excel.. age, but appeared to be much younger. lent accuracy of execution, by which the Though beautiful in person, and in the boxes manufactured by Mr Stiven were so early part of her life exposed to the hard- eminently distinguished. ships and vicissitudes of the theatrical pro. At Dumfries, Mrs Colonel Pleydell. fession, in a provincial career her con At Newliston House, Mrs Hog of duct was unimpeached and unimpeachable. Newliston.

- At Bonhill Place, Mrs Roberta At Edinburgh, Hugh Bethune, Esq. son, aged 85, widow of the late Capt. S. of Queenslie, late merchant in London. Robertson.

At Petersham, the Hon. Clementina

Elphinstone, daughter of John, the ele. 16. At Banff, Major John Cameron, of venth Lord Elphinstone.

his Majesty's late Scots Brigade. 6. At Glasgow, Mrs Mary Robertson, At Gourock, Elizabeth Christiana, wife of Francis Garden, Esq.

second daughter of Captain M'Intosh, 425 At the village of Hopeman, parish of regiment. Duffus, Lieutenant John Gordon, late of At Edinburgh, Mr Benjamin Hall the 18th foot, aged 32, son of the Rev. Cooper, merchant, Drummond Street. John Gordon, minister of Duffus.

17. At Edinburgh, Mr Hugh M'Gie, 7. At her house in Richmond Street, late of the Shakespeare Coffeehouse, after Mrs Janet Beverley Russell, in the 53d a painful illness of six years. year of her age.

At Redside, ncar Carrington, Mi At Craiglockhart, Mr Alex. Scott, James Abernethic, farmer, aged 7). farmer there.

William J. Waldie, Esq. of Queen 8. In Thames Street, Limerick, Lieut.. Street, Cheapside, youngest son of George General Daniel O'Meara.

Waldie, Esq. of Henderside Park, Rox. - At Dunblane, Mrs Elizabeth Lind.' burghshire. say, wife of Alexander Ewing, Esq. late of 18. At Cainden Town, Lieut. Samuel Balloch, Dumbartonshire.

Smith Ramsay, R. N. At her house in Lower Grosvenor 19. Margaret, daughter of the late Street, London, after a short but severe James Henderson, Esq. of Enosh Bank. illness, in the 4lst year of her age, the 20. At Paisley, James Weir, 17 months Hon. Mrs Ryder, the lady of the Right old, known by the name of the “Wonder. Hon. Richard Ryder, brother to the Earl ful Gigantic Child.” When 13 months of Harrowby.

old, and he continued to increase ever 9. In Dover Street, London, the Dowa. since, he weighed 5 stores, his girth round ger Countess of Mexborough.

the neck was 14 inches, the breast 31 10. At Cupar Fife, Christian, third inches, the belly 39 inches, the thigh 20} daughter of the late D. M'Pherson, Esq. inches, and round the arm 11 inches. of Cuill, Lochfine-lread, Argyleshire, and He was born in the parish of Cambusgrand-daughter of the late William Camp- vethan, county of Lanark. bell, Esq. of Glenfalloch.

21. At her house, St John Street, EdinAt his seat, Ashley Park, Surrey, burgh, Grizel, relict of the late Mr George Sir Henry Fletcher, Bart.

Rae. 11. At Peterhead, Williamı Wallace, Esq. 22. At Gayfield Square, Edinburgh,

At Bervie, Miss Stewart, eldest Miss Jean Brodie. daughter of the late Mr James Stewart of Lately, at his house in Cecil Street, Carpaveron, aged 75.

Limerick, David Stevenson, Esq. Mr 14. At her house in Grosvenor Street, Stevenson was a native of Mauchline, and, London, the Dowager Countess of Ely. during a number of years, in which he She was the widow of John Earl of Ely, of bad been extensively and successfully enthe kingdom of Irelaud.

gaged in business in that city, he uniformly At Maybole, Wm. Adair Goudie, upheld the reputation of a most upright Esq. surgeon there.

and respectable merchant. 15. At the Manse of Foveran, Mrs Gor At Copenhagen, at a very advanced age, don, widow of the Rev. Dr Gordon, one of Admiral Winterfeldt, the senior of the the ministers of Aberdeen.

Danish navy: At Greenlaw, Berwickshire, Mr At Bath, in the 75th year of her age, John Gray, manufacturer.

Lady A'Court, relict of Sir P. A'Court, At her father's house, George's and mother of the present British Enros Square, Edinburgh, Miss Jane Hamilton Extraordinary Plenipotentiary to the Court Anderson.

of Naples. At George's Place, Leith Walk, at At her house, No. 1, Buccleuch Street, the age of 25, Mr George Thomson, book Edinburgh, Miss Christian Duncan, daughseller in Edinburgh. He was distinguish ter of the late Mr Archibald Duncan of ed by all those qualities which render a

Cairnton. man valuable in private life. His death At her house, Shrubb-hill, near Worces has occasioned the deepest affliction to his ter, Lady Tempest, relict of Sir Henry friends, and the regrets of all who had an Tempest, Bart. and only daughter of the opportunity of appreciating the many vir late Henry Lambert, Esq. of Barton Court, tues of his plain and unostentatious cha. Herefordshire.

At Southampton, Sir Henry William Margaret Moth Corlins, spouse of Carr, K. C. B. Lieut-Colonel of the 3d Mr E. Prentice, Edinburgh.

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