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Vote.

Vote,
SUPPLEMENTARY 1875-6. £ Vote III. | £2,530,210, For Salarics
COMMITTEE Aug 4-REPORT Aug 5

and Expenses of the Post Office Ser-
(1.) Temporary Commissions

16,000

vices, the expenses of Post Office
(5.) Paris International Maritime Ex-

Savings Banks, and of Government

Annuities and Insurances, and of
hibition

2,000

the Collection of the Post Office £
(6.) Entertaioment of the Sultan of

Revenue

3,036,210
Zanzibar

7,500
(7.) Repayment of Warrington and

Vote IV. | £652,688, For the Post
Office Packet Service

878,688
Stockport Railway Deposit

8,250

Vote V. † £735,714, For the Salaries

and Expenses of the Post Office 'Tele-
COMMITTEE July 15—Report July 16

graph Service

1,097,714
(8.) H.R.H. The Prince of Wales-

After short debate, Vote agreed to
Visit to India
60,000

[226] 535
Total Civil Services, Class VII.... £123,082

Total Revenue Departments £7,706,680

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Supreme Court of Judicature Act (1873), Supreme Court of Judicature Act (1873) Amend-
Amendment Bill (1...]

ment (No. 2) Bill-cont.
(The Lord Chancellor)

&c.;" after long debate, Moved, " That the

debate be now adjourned" (Mr. Assheton
1. Observations, The Lord Chancellor Feb 5,

Cross); debate adjourned
222] 35
Presented; read 14, after short debate Feb 8, 224] Debate resumed June 14, 1815; after long de.
147

(No. 10)

bate, Amendt. withdrawn ; main Question
Read 24, after short debate Feb 23, 737

put, and agreed to; Bill read 2o [Bill 162]
The Appellate Jurisdiction of the House of 225] Question, Mr. Lopes ; Answer, The Lord

Lords, Notice of Amendments, Lord Redes. Advocate June 21, 257
dale, Lord Penzance Mar 1, 985

. Order for Committce read ; Moved, " That Mr.
Committee, after short debate Mar 4, 1174

Speaker do now leave the Chair" July ő,
. The Court of Ultimate Appeal, Notice of Mo- 953; after debate, Question put, and agreed

tion, Mr. Spencer Walpole Mar 5, 1284; to; Committee--R.P.
Question, Mr. Osborne Morgan ; Answer, . Committee-R.P. July 13, 1381
Mr. Spencer Walpole Mar 11, 1603

226] Committee-R.P. August 4, 543
. Report Mar 8, 1371 ; after short debate, Order . Committee; Report August 5, 602
discharged ; Bill withdrawn (No. 29) . Considered August 6, 625; after debate, Bill

re.comm.; Committee ; Report ; Considered ;

read 30

1. Returned from Commons August 7 (No. 270)
Supreme Court of Judicature Act (1873)
Amendment (No. 2) Bill (...]

. Commons Amendts. considered August 9, 761;

after short debate, several Amendts, agreed
(The Lord Chancellor)

to, with Amendts.; and some disagreed to ;
1. Presented; read 1", after debate April 9, and a Committee appointed to prepare rea-
223] 574

(No. 48) sons to be offered to the Commons for the
.Read 2a, after debate April 16, 1081

Lords disagreeing to the said Amendts.:
. Committee April 23, 1494

The Committee to meet forth with : Report
Report April 29, 1797

(No. 66) from Committee of the reason prepared by
Read 3a * May 7

them ; read, and agreed to ; and a Message
c. Read 1°* (Mr. Attorney General) May 10

sent to the Commons to return the said Bill,
224] Moved, That the Bill be now read 20" with the reason
June 10, 1631

c. Lords Amendts. to Commons Amendts. con-
Amendt. to leave out “now," and add " upon sidered August 9

this day three months ” (Mr. Watkin Wil. Resolved, " That this House doth agree to the
liams); Question proposed, “ That now,' Amendts. made by the Lords to the Amendts.
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ances

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222-223-224-225—226.
Supreme Court of Judicature Act (1873) Amend- | TAYLOR, Mr. P. A., Leicester Bo.
ment (No. 2) Bill-cont.

Army--Reduction of the Land Forces, Res.
made by this House ; and do not insist on [222] 1409
the Amendts. to which the Lords have dis- Criminal Law — Staley bridge, Sentence on a
agreed

Child at, [222] 1046
1. Royal Assent August 11 [38 & 39 Vict. c. 77]

Law and Justice-Worthing Magistrates, [224]

288
Master and Servant Act-John Corry, Case of,

[223] 17
Supreme Court of Judicature Act (1873) Luke liills, Case of, [222] 1485, 1610, 1611
Amendment [Salaries], 8c.

Master and Servant Act, Motion for an Ad.
Considered in Committee ; Resolution agreed to dress, [223] 102, 110 ; 464a
June 24, [225] 529

Metropolis-Good Friday, Musical Perform-
Moved, " That Mr. Speaker do now leave the

Lord Chamberlain's Licences,
Chair" July 16, 1691 ; after debate, Motion [224] 468, 469
agreed to; a Resolution considered in Com- Mutiny, 2R. (222] 1593; Comm. Amendt.
mittee, and reported

[223] 68; cl. 107, Amendt. 133; Amendt.

135
Navy - Crime and Punishment, Report on,

[223] 1509
Survey (Great Britain) Acts Continuance

Navy (Return of Crime and Punishment), Res.
Bill (Lord Henry Lennox, Mr. William

[225] 1411, 1417
Henry Smith)

Offences against the Person Act Amendment,
c. Ordered ; read 10* May 20 [Bill 181] 2R. Amendt. [224] 1853
Read 20* May 24

Parliament- Miscellaneous Questions
Committee ; Report May 31

Business of the House-Count-out, [225]
Read 30* June 1

1767
1. Read 1a * (Lord President) June 3 (No. 128) Privilege - Queen v. Castro Prittlewell
Read 2 * June 24

Petition, Report, [223] 984
Committee * ; Report June 25

Sittings of the House, [222] 1888
Read 3a * June 28

Restriction on Pepal Actions and Remission of
Royal Assent June 29 [38 & 39 Vict. c. 32]

Penalties, 2R. [226] 599
Sanitary Acts — Impure Water, Metropolis,

[222] 624

Sunday Act-Brighton Aquarium, &c. [225]
SWANSTON, Mr. A., Bandon

1809
Savings Banks, &c. Comm. [224] 1502

Supply-Report—Governors, Salaries and Al-
Supply-Consular Establishments Abroad, &c. lowances of, &c., [226] 573
[226] 533

Wales, Prince of-I.R.H.'s Visit to India,

[225] 1156

TALBOT, Mr. J. G., Kent, w.
Agricultural Holdings (England), Comm. cl. 5, Teinds (Scotland) Bill (11...]
Amendt. [225] 1852

(The Earl of Minto)
Artizans Dwellings, Comm. cl. 5, [223] 126
Canadian Parliament, The, [224] 1625

1. Presented ; read 1a * April 26 (No. 67)

Bill withdrawn, after short debate May 10,
Conspiracy, and Protection of Property, Consid.

[224] 371
cl. 4, [225] 1740
Consular Chaplains, Res. [225] 1267
Criminal Law--Violent Assaults, Sentence for,
[226] 172

TEMPLE, Right Hon. W. F. COWPER-,
Education Department-New Code, 1875, Mo- Hants, s.
tion for an Address, [222] 1515

Agricultural Holdings (England), Comm. cl. 45,
Education Department-Normal School Teach-

[226] 195
ers, [225] 1141
Education in Rural Districts, Res. [222] 1072,

Epping Forest, Comm. [222] 1039

Medical Education of Women, [226] 267
1121

National Gallery, [223] 621
Metropolis-St. James's Park, Lighting of, New Forest, Deer Removal Act (1851), Mo-
[226] 858

tion for a Select Committee, [222] 1951
Metropolitan Poor Act-Hampstead Fever and

Office of Works–Surveyor, Payment of, [225]
Small Pox Hospital, Motion for a Select Com-

911
mittee, [224] 1952

Universities (Scotland) (Degrees to Women),
Parliament- Public Business, [226] 93

2R. [222] 1123, 1169
Public Health, Comm. cl. 68, [224] 889
Public Worship Facilities, Comm. [222] 1529 ;

Amendt. 1531
Supply-Law Charges, England, [225] 1020 Tenants Compensation Bill

(Sir Thomas Acland, Lord George Cavendish,
TAYLOR, Mr. D., Coleraine

Sir Harcourt Johnstone, Colonel Kingscote)
Peace Preservation (Ireland), Comm. [222] . Ordered ; read 10 * April 29 [Bill 149]
1648

2 R. [Dropped]

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222—223—224—225-226
TENNANT, Mr. R., Leeds

THYNNE, Lord H. F., Wiltshire, S.
Agricultural Holdings (England), Comm. cl. 44, Elementary Education Act - London School

Amendt. [226] 137; Amendt. 138; Amendt. Board, [224] 1463

139
Conspiracy, and Protection of Property, Comm.

cl. 4, [225] 1348
Employers and Workmen, 2R. [225] 670 ;

TILLETT, Mr. J. H., Norwich
Comm. cl. 3, Amendt. 1332

Ways and Means--Financial Statement, Res.
Factory Acts Consolidation, (222) 485

[223] 1058
Municipal Elections (Cumulative Vote), 2R.

[225] 1439
Rivers, Pollution of, [226] 125

Tonnage Admeasurement Bill

(Captain Pim, Mr. Ritchie)
The Tichborne Case

c. Considered in Committee ; Resolution agreed
The Queen v. Castro

to, and reported; Bill ordered ; read 10
Petition of Thomas Biddulph and Others, Mar 16

[Bill 98]
Observations, Mr. Whalley ; Reply, Mr.

2 R. (Dropped]
Assheton Cross April 16, [223] 1160
The Lord Chief Justice of England, Observa-

tions, Mr. Bulwer ; Reply, Mr. Whalley
April 19, [223] 1223

Torr, Mr. J., Liverpool
The Trial at Bar, Question, Dr. Kenealy ; Agricultural Holdings (England), Comm.c. 11,

Answer, Mr. Disraeli ; debate thereon [226] 72
April 19, [223] 1216

Artizans Dwellings, Commi cl. 16, Amendt.
Petitions, Question, Mr. Serjeant Simon ;

[223] 1238
Answer, Dr. Kenealy; Personal Explana- Bank Holidays Act (1871) Extension and
tion, Mr. W. E. Forster April 20, [223] Amendment, 2R. [222] 806
1281

Merchant Shipping Acts Amendment, Comm.
Notice of Motion, Question, Sir Charles W. cl. 12, [225] 265

Dilke ; Answer, Dr. Kenealy April 20,[223] Poor Removal, 2R. [225] 1783

1287
Orders of the Day postponed (Mr. Disraeli)
April 23, [223] 1513

TORRENS, Mr. W.T.M., Finsbury
Moved, “ That an humble Address be presented
to Her Majesty, praying Her Majesty to be

Army (Recruits), [224] 703
graciously pleased to appoint a Royal Com-

Army Organization Recruits, Res. [223]

1223
mission, to consist of Members of both
llouses of Parliament, to inquire into the

Army-Military Officers, Removal of, Motion
matters complained of with respect to the

for an Address, [224] 1426, 1428
Government Prosecution of The Queen v.

Artizans Dwellings, Comm. cl. 7, [223] 742
Castro, and to the conduct of the Trial at

Cape of Good Hope, [223] 722
Bar and incidents connected therewith, and

County Courts Imprisonment for Debt -
certain incidents of the said trial which have

William Smallbones, Case of, [226] 293
occurred subsequent thereto (Dr. Kenealy);

Metropolitan Poor Act-Ilampstead Fever and
after long debate, Question put; A. 1, N. 433;

Small Pox Hospital, Motion for a Select Com-
M. 432

mittee, Amendt. [224] 1944
Personal Explanation, Lord Coleridge ; Obser-

Parliament - Privilege (Publication of Pro-
vations, Lord Cairns April 26, [223] 1614 ;

ceedings of Foreign Loans Committee), [223]

794
Personal Explanation, Sir Robert Peel, 1638;
Personal Explanation, Mr. Whalley ; Reply,
Sir Robert Peel May 6, [224] 175

Towns Rating (Ireland) Bill
Tichborne Trial, The

(Mr. Butt, Sir Joseph M Kenna, Mr. Bryan,
Commitments for Contempt of Court, Question,
Mr. Whalley ; Answer, Mr. Assheton Cross

Mr. Ronayne)
Mar 23, [223] 231

c. Ordered; read 1°* April 23 [Bill 139]
Contempt of Court-Mr. Skipworth— Irregular Moved, “That the Bill be now rend 20"

Petition, Petition presented (Mr. Whalley) May 12, [224] 539
April 14, [223] 877; the Petition, being Amendt. to leave out "now," and add “ upon
irregular, was not received

this day six months” (Mr. Vance) : Ques-
Address for Returns of Proceedings and Expen- tion proposed, “ That now,' &c.;' after

diture (Mr. Whalley) April 20, [223] 1360 ; sbort debate, Debate adjourned
after short debate, Question put, and nega- Debate resumed May 13, 627
tived

Moved, “That the Debate be now adjourned "
Question, Mr. Whalley; Answer, Mr. Asshe- (Captain Nolan); after short debate, A. 52,
226] ton Cross July 30, 222 ; Question, Dr. N. 127; M. 75
Kenealy ; Answer, Mr. Assheton Cross

Question again proposed ; Moved, “That this
August 3, 445 ; Observations, Mr. Whalley ; House do now adjourn” (Sir Henry Have.
Reply, Mr. W. H. Smith August 4, 524 ; lock); after further short debate, Question
Questions, Dr. Kenealy ; Answers, Mr. put, and negatived ; Question again pro-
Assheton Cross August 5, 554 ; Question, posed ; Debate adjourned
Mr. Whalley ; Answer, Mr. W. H. Smith, 558 Bill withdrawn * July 21

222-223-224-225-226.
TRACY, Hon. C. R. D. HANBURY-, Mont- TREVELYAN, Mr. G. O., Hawick, dc.
gomery, fc.

Criminal Law-Galashiels, Fatal Occurrence
Arctic Expedition-Chaplain, Appointment of

near— Prosecution of a Constable, [226]
a, [223] 469a, 784

378
Army - Ordnance Heavy Muzzle-Loading

Household Franchise (Counties), 2R. [225]
Guns, [226] 560

1094, 1120
Navy-Navigating Officers, [223] 20

Parliament-Chairman of Ways and Means,
Navy Promotion and Retirement, Res. [223] 1637
Amendt. [224] 1277

Regimental Exchanges, Leave, [222] 123 ; 2R.
Navy Estimates--Scientific Departments, [223]

Amendt. 640, 697; Comm. 1244; cl. 2,
660

Amendt. 1827; Amendt. 1889
Ordnance Select Committee, Res. [225] 317

Sheriff Courts (Scotland). [224] 925
Tweed Fisheries Act-Report of the Special

Commissioners, [223] 973
Trade Marks-Legislation
Question, Dr. Cameron ; Answer, Sir Charles TREVOR, Lord A. HILL-, Downshire
Adderley Mar 22, [223] 139

Fishery Harbours and Stations (Ireland)--Ard-
Trade Marks, Germany. P.P. [1207]

glass, [224] 1234

Tribunals of Commerce Bill
Traffic Regulation (Dublin) Bill

(Mr. Whitwell, Mr. Sampson Lloyd, Mr. Ripley)
(Sir Michael Hicks-Beach, Mr. Solicitor c. Ordered ; read 10* Feb g

[Bill 42]
General for Ireland)

2R. [Dropped]
c. Ordered ; read 10 * July 7 [Bill 244]
Read 20 * July 12

Triennial Parliaments Bill
Committee * ; Report July 26

. Motion for Leave (Dr. Kenealy) June 15,
Considered * July 27

[224] 1955

[flouse counted out]
Read 30 * July 28

Motion for Leave (Dr. Kenealy) June 17, [225]
1. Read 1»* (Lord President) July 29 (No. 239) 138 ; after debate, Question put; A. 11,
Read 29 August 3, [226] 433

N. 68; M. 57
Committee * ; Report August 5
Read 3+ * August 6

Turkey
Royal Assent August 11 [38 & 39 Vict.c.cxcv] Commercial Treaties with Servix and Rov-

mania, Question, Observations, Lord Strache.

den ; Reply, The Earl of Derby Feb 15,
Training Schools and Ships Bill

[222] 305 ; Feb 25, 836 ; Question, Lord
(Captain Pim, Mr. Coope)

Carlingford ; Answer, The Earl of Derby
Mar 9, 1482

P.P. (1242]
c. Ordered ; read 1° * Mar 9

[Bill 89] Consular Tribunals, Question, Mr. Scourfield;
Bill withdrawn, after short debate April 6, Answer, Mr. Disraeli July 30, [226] 218
[223] 399

P.P. [1368]
Moldau- Wallachia and Servia, Question, Mr.

Ashley ; Answer, Mr. Bourke Mar 23, [223]

223
Tramways Orders Confirmation Bill (H...]
(The Lord Dunmore)

Roumania - The Outrage_on Mr. and Mrs.

Dodsham, Question, Mr. Pease ; Answer, Mr.
1. Presented ; read 14 * April 26 (No. 69) Bourke Mar 18, [223] 24
Read 28 * May 3

Treatment of Christian Converts, Question, Mr.
Committee * June 11

Baxter ; Answer, Mr. Bourke July 22, [225]
Report * June 17

1811

Parl. P. [1281]
Read 34 * June 18

Turkey and Eastern European Powers, Ques-
c. Read 10* (Mr. Cavendish Bentinck) June 24 tion, Observations, Lord Campbell ; Reply,
Read 20 * June 25

[Bill 220] The Earl of Derby Mar 18, [223] 11
Committee -R.P. July 5
Committee * ; Report July 8
Considered * July 12

Turkey- Ottoman Porte, &c.
Read 30 * July 13

Moved to resolve, That this House concurs
1. Royal Assent August 2 [38 & 39 Vict.c. clxvii]

with ller Majesty's Government as to the
illegality of the demand addressed to tho
Ottoman Porte by the Three Powers, Aus.

tria, the German Empire, and Russia, in
Treaties of Vienna (1815) and Paris their identic note of 20th October 1874 ( The

(1856)- Great Britain, Austria, and Lord Stratheden and Campbell) July 26,
France-see title Foreign Affairs

[226] 10; after debate, Previous Question

put; resolved in the negative
Then it was moved to resolve, That this House

regrets that no effectual measures seem to
TREMAYNE, Mr. J., Cornwall, E.

have been taken to prevent or to retard the
Elementary Education Act,Loans to School definitive conclusion of a treaty between
Boards, [222] 993

Austro-Hungary and the Danubian Princi.
Fisheries—Destruction of Sea Fish by Tor- palities (The Lord Stratheden and Camp-
pedoes, [224] 1403

bell); Motion withdrawn

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222—223-224-225-226.
Turkey, State of Treaty of Paris, 1856 Turnpike Trusts-cont.
Amendt. on Committee of Supply June 18, To pedient that legislation should take place,

leave out from “ That," and add “an humble without further delay, dealing in a compre-
Address be presented to Her Majesty, that bensive manner with the future maintenance
she will be graciously pleased to give direc- of roads" (Sir George Jenkinson) v., (222]
tions that there be laid before tbis House, 944 ; Question proposed, “ That the words,
Copies of any Correspondence between the &c.;" after debate, Amendt, withdrawn
Foreign Office and the Sublime Porto relat-
ing to the non-fulfilment of the provisions of United Parishes (Scotland) Bill
the Khathy llumaioun by the Government (Mr. Dalrymple, Colonel Alexander,
of the Sultan between 1856 and the present

Mr. M*Lagan)
time ; and, of Circular Memorandum of Fuad
Pasha, dated July 1867, to the representa-

c. Ordered ; read 1° * June 9 [Bill 201]
tives of the Porte at the different Courts of

Bill withdrawn* July 27
Europe on the progress of the fulfilment of
the engagement of the Khathy Hamaiöun United States
(Mr. Reginald Yorke) v., [225]181; Question Philadelphia International Exhibition,Question,
proposed, That the words, &c.;” after Mr. Neville-Grenville ; Answer, The Chan-
long debate, Question put, and agreed to cellor of the Exchequer Mar 4, [222] 1180

Treaty of Washington-Canadian Lobsters-
Turnpike Acts Continuance

British Columbia, Question, Sir Arthur
Select Committee appointed, “to inquire into

Monck ; Answer, Mr. Bourke April 9, [223]
the Seventh Schedule of "The Annual Turn-

605
pike Acts Continuance Act, 1874" Feb 23
Committee nominated as follows:- Lord George

Universities (Scotland) (Degrees to
Cavendish (Chairman), Mr. Beach, Mr.

Women) Bill
Wentworth Beaumont, Mr. Wilbraham Eger-(Mr. Cowper-Temple, Mr. Russell Gurney, Jr.
ton, Sir Ilarcourt Johnstone, Mr. M*Lagan,

Orr Ewing, Dr. Cameron)
Mr. Clare Read, Lord Henry Thynne, and

c. Ordered ; read 10 * Feb 8

[Bill 6]
Mr. Welby

Moved, " That the Bill be now read 20"
Instruction to the Committee that they have

Mar 3, [222] 1123
power to inquire and report to the House

Amendt. to leave out “now," and add " upon
under what conditions, with reference to the

this day six months ” (Mr. Maitland); after
rate of interest, expenses of management,

long debate, Question put, “ That now,'
maintenance of road, payment of debt, and &c. ;” A. 151, N. 194; M. 43
term of years, or other special arrangenients

Words added ; main Question, as amended,
the Acts of the Trusts mentioned should be

put, and agreed to ; 2R. put off
continued (Mr. Sclater-Booth)

Division List, A. and N. 1169
Report of Select Comm. May 18 P.P. 208
Turnpike Acts Continuance, &c. Bill

Unseaworthy Ships Bill

(Sir Charles Adderley, Mr. Disraeli, Mr. Chan-
(Mr. Clare Read, Mr. Sclater-Booth)

cellor of the Exchequer)
c. Ordered ; read ]•* June 21 [Bill 216]

226] c. Motion for Leave (Sir Charles Adderley)
Read 20 * June 28

July 28, 145 ; after debate, Motion agreed to ;
Committee * ; Report July 13

Bill ordered ; read 10 * [Bill 274]
Considered * July 19

Read 2°, after long debate July 30, 225
Read 30 * July 22

.Order for Committee read ; Moved, “ That
1. Read 14* (Earl of Jersey) July 23 (No. 222)

Mr. Speaker do now leave the Chair
Read 24 * July 29

August 2, 379
Committee * August 3

Amendt. to leave out from “ That," and aud
Report August 5, [226] 550

“the overloading of merchant ships cannot
Read 3a * August 6

be effectually restrained unless owners and
Royal Assent August 11 (38 & 39 Vict. c. cxciv]

captains are prohibited from loading their

ships beyond a load-line limit of safety which
Turnpike Roads (South Wales) Bill

has either been sanctioned by the Govern.

ment, or submitted to the Government for
(Mr. Sclater-Booth, Mr. Clare Read)

record(Mr. E. J. Reed) v. ; Question pro-
c. Ordered ; read 1°* May 21 [Bill 183]

posed, " That the words, &c.;" after debate,
Read 20 * May 27

Amendt. withdrawn
Committee * ; Report May 31

Main Question, " That Mr. Speaker, &c.," put,
Read 3°* June 1

and agreed to; Committee; Report
1. Read 1a * (The Earl of Jersey) June 3

. Considered August 5, 675

[Bill 281]
Read 2a * June 11

(No. 129)

Read 3°, after short debate August 6, 617
Committee * June 17

l. Read 1" (Lord President), after short debate
Report * June 18

August 6, 614

(No. 265)
Read 3a * June 21

•Read 2*, after short debate August 9, 741
Royal Assent June 29 [38 & 39 Vict. c. 35]

. Committee ; Report August 10, 848

Read 31 August 11, 848
Turnpike Trusts

c. Deck Cargoes, Question, Mr. E. J. Reed ; An-
Amendt, on Committee of Supply Feb 26, To swer, Sir Charles Adderley August 11, 851
leave out from " That," and add " it is ex- 1. Royal Assent August 13 [38 & 39 Vict. c. 88]

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