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; i / y-Kt- ■ . TOLLMD COUNTY RECORD n PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNIIfG, « » a r s ' s : « ; K lim n or m iu lii timiTi. BT -iioir. x oB s v w a u m . Tto first <iCem for Tollaad Gonnty county conrt,- and foar. jutieM of qnoroBi s Bberif;» «tate’a UtoKnejr, »nii a detk of the coarts^ The folldwiDg ate tbe namea of tbe p«raoii* appointed to these offices tMpertirely: J A M E S aiLFILIjAN, S X > IX O R . SoascaiFTipHS—(1^ per aaBam, itiieajr H«an> (M rtamient «dwtti»enient« murt in all «*«e« lie IfosBS Houus, of WaiingtM, Eluah Chapmah, of Toili^, r trig. _ p u l for in «d»iuice. sn4 «<lverti*in(j bill* witt I gyi,vuaxHl GiLBUT, of Hebron, SuU'$ AU io r i»«rf«r curtomer* will be made iwyiible M»atbly, except when a cpeclal contract eiirt# Gbamt. of ToUmhI, CUrk. tutbeeotttmrj’. ___following *re the names of the T H E JO B d e p a r t m e n t of »»»« In well iitocked with a large variety of NEW AND FANCY TYPE, SirrTABLE FOR r o s m i , HM D BILU, cntCOLASS, CABM, TAOS, T.AWT.S, etc. from the first ori;anization of the cuuntj to the 4th day of July, 1865, when the county court was aboHshitd, t(i|;vth<*r with the dates of tlie appointnuMitii an i the termination of the offices of each AH oraeni are c s e cu t^ with neatae** and I resp e ctiv ely : diipatcb at tbe lowe«t price. l y riioiw wh<i are indelAed to tlic R tf mb-liemu Office will oblige n« by remittiiic BusinesB Cards. W M . B U T L K R , UEALGR IN Samuel Gilbert, Hebrun, appointed Majr^ 178C, iiffiee temiinated May. ltM7. Sj^vMter Gilbert, Hebrun, appointed May, 1807, tiffice terminated May. 18:t5. Jiinathan Bane*, Ttdland. appointed May.litiS. Mr. Bariicii refusetl to accent the office of cliief judge of tiie county conrt, and the duties d«?volved upon, nnd w«*r< STOVKi*. H«U«w Ware, Iron Sinks, Sheet • , w n <• i L e a d , U - a d ri|w. Zinc, Japan Ware, Bird performed by lu^ulsby ^>. Crawford, Case*, &c , al«i, . Esq.. of Union, the first associate judge VnniOkrtiircr «il I'iii, CoDPiT and Sheet Iron ^ Ware. Umifiug and *''»™ tniughs put np ol llie Court, du r in g tliat y e a r , a t shurt notice. Stove-bmshcs and a fintt-rate K ^ Willey, Ellin^on, a p p o in ts May, 1826, article «f Stove I'oliKh const.tntly on hand. | terminated May, ll05. ------------------------------ ------------------- _ _ . John Fitch. Man«6eld, appointed May, l«35, COAX T CO.i&J* ! COAX ! I office terminated May. I«38. rpH E .« l.« :riV .rin mm. prepared t.,fun.i«hall T kin<U of Co.ll. in any qiiiintity, at the sh o rt-1 l*|,ioBeld’, appointed May. 1811 For a n e x p la n a tio n u l th e f a c t o i Mr. Eaton's h o ld in g th e c o u r ts in th e c o u n ty j i ^ WZLSOSV I "f T o llan d w h ile a n r s id e n t o f lla in fii-Id Wonld return his thanks tii hi8 friend* and the in th e c o u n ty o f W in d lia a i, See th e bi«v inhaWtan.of Tollaiid Conuty fo rtb eir patron- , j , S te a rn e s-. aee the pii*t vrar. lie will a» usual be in fe t » reitdiucKK to att.-iiil to the »irk at their bi>me«. post. or .nt hi* Oiliire, where a g«H»daeisortmeut o f j Benjamin Pinoey. EilinKtoB, sppoisted May. AXn M E D I C I N E S I l«42, office terminated May, 1**44 A l« a e.M.d a*«.rtn,...,t of PATECT terminated May, IHfe. low n n c e .a .e a n u e I'inney, Ellin^oD, appointed 1846, office terminated May, 1847. _ kimU of Ctial. in any quiintity, at the short tea Botiw, and at the lowest market I 'n ^ f ; A. COKti*!. B«tckville, An*:. 14.1861. 257 Cm / » ! » • » n KtMMS • l . ' » - » / l . * a . . -------------- CINES may be foimil a«,e» lowpnceai de«irea(. of the be*t «ju«lity. The veiy biret asgortiiient of Itmtfammry a n d r a e e q r - ' a r a c t c s T SALV'E f<ir tl.e i:.vc-«, COUGH MIXTURE, IVtarriiae:! Mixture, and Ointinent for dl*-aw^ nf the skin, prciiareil by him, iiml of a supenor virtue. Trusses. kapporteTg, SImulihr Braces, May. juti^esi Bi*»re 1819 the co u n ty court o6i|si8ted of one chief jn d ^ 'a i id four ?j jfikicra o f the quorum, and ifte r 1819 it consisted of one chief Jujlg|3^and two, associate judges. In 18381 tKc. legisla?; ture passM aii act providing th a t the seteral counly courts in the state should he held by one judge residing in the; county, who ahpuld poase«sall,llie pow-! ers and perform all the dutieapertainin^i' fo the ofi<%» Of cWitf jud}^ and ass ' a,te judges of,'.said^fcottrt €hr eiAer d places of residence of the persons who have been sheriffs of the county of Tol-and frem its organization to the present time, together with the dates of the commenceinentti and terminations of their «>fEcrs respectively: ] Elijah Chapman, Tolland, appointed May, 178ii, office expired June 1st, 18U9; George O. Gilbert, Hebron, appointed May, lciii9, office e z p ir^ Juno Irt, 1819. Elijah .Tohn*on, Stafford, appointed May, 1819, office expired June 1st, '18'^. Hinm Rider, Willrngtob, appointed May, 1888. ■ offioc espind June 1st, 18-s7. Carlos Chapman, Tolland, appointed May, 1837, oflicc expired June 1st, Itfi®. Siinou House, Hebron, elected April, 1839, office expired June 1st, 1842. Novatus Chapman, Tolland, el'cted Ap’s , 1842, office expired June l«t, 1>?45. Solomon S. Oriiy>K, Tolland, elected April, 1845, office expired June 1st, 1851. William T. Coggswell, Vernon, elected April, 1831, office expired June 1st, 1854. Jasper H. Bolton. Stafford, elected April, 1854, office expired June 1st, 1857. William H. Foster, elected April, 1857. Thu sheriffs of the scTerul comities in the state, before the adoption of tlic cenititiitiOu in 1818, were appointed annually by the governor and couuciS. By ihat ijmtrument it is required that the sheriffs shall be appointed by the General Aasembly and the terms of their offices are limited to three years. T:iis provision was changed by an ainendmeitt t«i the constitution adopted in October, 1838, requiring the sheriff to be chosen liy the electors in their respective counties, the teniire of the officc remaining the same. El j ih Johnson was the first sherifl' in tliis county appointed by the (J Hiram Kider. wniia«to».-H-frtirt«r •(Siov^nnlimteirMiy.Jdrttf. Fr«derick L. W rU t, Soueis, sppoiuted Hay. 1850. Mr. Wright deceased before the fira: sessit'B of the cuuit after his appoint ment, and the duties of the «*ffi •« w. r. and other articles n«ii.-illy kept in Dmiepist'a |K*rfornied during the year by lloii ShopK. E. F. WILSON. M. D. g j r y Dr. Wil«»ii i* also Town A)!ent for the I - , » r it sal» ot l i q u o r f o r medical and me;:hanical pur- o f the county co u rt for the coui.ly o! poiw*; thr b«-«t liquors in the market poM<* alway* on Windham. liand a T ^ w 7 T R A . O Y , IMPORTKU AKU OEALKR IK Dye-stuffs, Oil, Soaps, AND M A N O ra R IS G ARTICLES. AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. I N O B C U T T 'S N E W B U ILD IN G , BOCKVILLE CT. June lath. istai.____________________ ^ W I L L I A M E V A N S , Dealer iu Foreign and Domestic WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS, &c.. At Wholesale and Retail, ISbsxt Imitk's nuLFsle, Hamawr>iChHn|M8Be, s a l Jms’s vale AIX8, eoutaaUy «a dxangU. No. 96 MAIN STREET, Second door North of Charter Oak Street, Iy240 HARTFORD, CONN. Zaluiam A. Sbirra, Tolland, appointed May, l«il office terminated May, 18.U. Ralph Gilbert, Hebron, appointnl May, lsr>*.: office terminate May. 1854. Thomas Clark. Coventry. appoinUd Hay, 18S4, office terminated May, 1855. The following are the nanus and places of residence of the persons who have been justices of the quwrum and associate judges of the county court from the organization of the county to May, 1838, when these officers were abolished, together with the commencement and termination of the office of each of them respectively: Jeremiah Ripley, Coveatiy, appointed May, 1786. office terminated Hay, 18U7. Reuben Sikes, Sumer*, sppoiated Hay, 1786, office terminated Hay. 10(12. Solomon Wills, ToUand, appirinted May, 1786, office tmnmated Hay, 1793. Hoaea Holutea, W U lit^ n , appointed Hay, 1786, offiee terminated Hay, 1788. John Phelpf, Staflbrd, appointed Hay, 1788, office terminated May, 1795 . AMERICAN HOTEL, dated Hay, 1795, of- Hay, Jetae Cady, Staibrd, fice terminated H a j. Samael Denton. WdliaKtoa, appouted 18U3, offiee termiaated Hay. 1813. 01i%er King, Bolton, appointed Hay, 1807, office terminated Hay, 1816. David Hale, Coventre, appoiated Hay, 1807, offiee terminated. Hay 1818. Eleazer W. Pbelpa, Suffitrd, appointed Hay, 1811, office terminated Hay, 1812. John Hall, Ellington, appointed Hay, 1812, office terminated Hay, 1818. TERMS «1.5« PER DAY. S T A T B B O V a a a Q V A & f l , A. s. PLIMPTON, Proprietor. 1v240 Agrienltnral Xmplemeiits of all descriptious, and f e r t i l i z e r s ! of every variety, I Saal Alvord D., Botton^ q t ^ t e d May, 1816, FOB SALE C B E JP ! AT I t u c k e r s Veraon, May 8,1861. tf2431 jgig^ Qjjjge terminated Hay, 1820. ■ ^ _ _ _ _ _ I Ingolsby W. Crawford, Union, appointed Hay, C O TVf E A ^>3" D te E EI 1819, office terminated Hay, 18M. THE BEST MOWING MACHINES.. Tbe best 2-horse Machine. Abner Hendee, HeKron, afmiated May, 183S, The best I-borse Machine. I office terminated Hay, 18%. Tbe best Machine fitted for one or two horses I Willum W. Reed, Coventn, appointed Hay, I 1834, office temunated Hay, 1835. Reaper combined. | Beiyamin Pinaey, EUiogton, appoiated May, May, 1818, —strone and cheap. The best Mower and 1 The best Wheel Horse-rake. I 1835, office terminated Hay, I t __ Every part of the Machines constantly oal Zelotea Lon|, Coveatiy, u p o in ^ Majr, 1835, hand, and repairing done at short notice, a t I office te n .u n a fa aH .y ,l^ . . " ' r The, jodges of the co u n ^ ccmrt other. th u ;tb e chief jii4gM wete called *'jHS N. B. CHAFFEE’S MOWUVCh-NIACHlNE: DEPOT, AagastT. e sO e sA i ^ T . , l«M . ^ ^ appsMad Asgsit T., WMte office AiwS t ., 1850? W Saanaf, sppoinM Assnat T., 1854, jMeObeJaly, 18S6. BUto^ iqrpeiatad Jalt, 1856. The cichrks of tbe'coorta have always in Tolland. Qtn^ m n ^ have always been 4 d g iap p c ^ Mid' the iStiperiur Court the house in the presence of his wife, and tliat ahe always arose when lie entered the room and recognized him by a modest curteay; thus preserving to the ose of life the same dignified bearing that marked their first acquaintance. Were these and like civilities more common in married life, there would be less occasion for applications for divorce for such misconduct as permanently destroys the happiness of the petitioner and defeats the purposes of the marriage relation ” ao frequent a t the present day. '^ r k a l^vo always exercised.^^his right until tke year 1883. and had the power con- ^rred upon them by the act of 1808. Exercising the power conferred by stat- ^ upon them, each couit appointed its dwn clerk until 1833, when the legislu-tnre passed an act providing thut the derka appointed by the coujity courts should be ex officio, clcrks of the Superior Courts and the Supreme Court of Errors in their respective counties. This act was repealed in 1884, but the repealing act was itself repealed in 1835, and the provisions of the law of 1833 were re-enacted. This law remained in force until the abolition of tiie ccmnty courts in 1855, when the appointment of the cleiks of the courts in the severitl counties was given to the jodges of the Supreme Court of Errors and Superior Court, where it still re-intiius. CILnCKT, tiie finft chief jnstice of the county court for the county a f Tolland, was bi>rn in Hebron. Uis father’s name was Samuel, and was in early life an inhab itant of Hebron, but he removed to Lyme in the state of Now Hampshire where he died. Samuel Gilbert, the son, was in stature full six feet in height and well proportioned. Uis form was erect, his carriage dignified and cunimatiding. and his manners urbane, pre-possessing, land- popular. He was connected with JiMieral .\ssi mliiy, ami Simon Uonse thejuilitia of the aUte, and a t a time w^!i_the lii Hl <-l«.‘Cted last chatfjce tiMik' place ministration of Curios Ciiapm.an, and was the reason of liis term being short enrd one year. The law n qniring sheriff* to be ap-fiintol by i!ie governor and council v.Ms pasKod i:i 1721. Before tliat date tlii-y wt-re annual'iV appointed by the •Mnut.v C'lurts. The student of Black- •iioiie will readily pcrix-ive that the idea pf having the shenfFs appointed by the county courts was borrowed from the law of England, undcT which sherifi<> are there appointed. The twelve judges there report the names of three persons to the king, one of whom he appoints sheriff The following arc the names, and places of residence of tlie persons who have held the office of attorney for the state in the county of Tolland from its organization to the present time, with the dates of their entering upon and exit fiom said office: Sylvester Gilbert, Hebron, appointed June 13th. 1786, office terminated September T. C. C., 18U7. Jonathan Barnes, Tolland, appointed September T. C. C-, 1807, office terminated September 24th, 1829. John Fiteh, Mansfield, appointed December T. C. C., 1829, office terminated August T. C. 0., 1'05. Rodolphus Woodworth, Staflbrd, appointed August T. C. C., 1835, office terminated August T.C. C., 1837. Loren P. W a '^ , Tolhind, appointed August T. C. C., 1837, office terminated August T. C. C., 1849. John H. Broekway, Ellington, appointed Aa gattT . C. C., 1849. The law authorizing the county courts to appoint the attorneys for the state, was passed iu the year 1730, and substantially remained until the abolition of the county courts in the year 1855, when the appointment of these officers was given to the judges of the Superior Court and the Supreme Court of Errors. The following are the names of the p e rso n s^ h o have held the office of cleak of the courts 'in Tolland County iTc not a very ElliMKt«a> C t. Jaas86ti>,186L I ticaa of the quonun," antil tl^ 1820, tf 8S0 After utMh tlwy wwli MMei»te by tlie peeple. Tin. iniUtarv titles wi-i lace dii^fiiy.the'jtir 5 l|® G™ uie mislrils of'the ileoplc’, bnt ^avt! some evidenire of the moral worth uf the persons who ivciMvnd thrni, was a colonel of a regiment. He was not a graduate of a n y college, nor was he regularly educated for tin: bar ; and yet by neans of self-ciihnre he acijuTed a reputation f«»r general intelligence, and for acorrect knowledge «>f the general principles of the science of law as respectable as any of his cotemporaries. The piinci}>al characteristics of his mind were his integrity, honesty, and love of right. If hi* mind was not imbued with tke lore of black-letter Itarning, and he «as not always able to trace a principle t« its origin, he had an unuaual share of good common sense, and could readily discern the truth in the common transactions of life, though attempts were isade to cover it by useless technicalities and to hide i t in a cloud of unmeaning forms. Such was the regard in vhich he was held by the public, and «uch satisfaction did he give in his of-fcial capacity that he was annually reappointed to' the office of chiet judge of the county court by the General Assembly foi twenty-one years. He was ap pointed judge of probate for the district of Hebron from the first .irganizatioii ol the district in the year 1789 to the year 1807. He was also elecied a represent ative in the General Assembly from the town of Hebron probably more than twenty sessions. The name r f Samuel Gilbert appears on the roll of representatives from Hebron for thirty-six sessions ; but it is not probable that Judg Gilbert was the only person represented by this name, as it appears first in the year 1750, and the last time in the year 1801. Judge Gilbert was twice married. His first wife was a Mtss Marsh, of Hebron. After her decease, and on the 8d day of September, 1775, he married Miss Deborah Champion, of Col Chester, a sifter of the late General Henry Champion. The veneration and respect that this couple always showed each other was somewhat remarkable and is worthy of universal imitation I have been credibly informed by a rel ativa o( the family, th a t Judge Gilbert Defer ptrpitted hiuiMlf to wear bis hat from the organization of the county to the present time, with the dates of their appointments and exit from office re-pcCtively: fipiinlm Grant, appointed June 13tb, 1786, left ’ the offiee in 1814. Elisha Steames, appointed September T., 1814, left the office June 11th, 1821. .Jeremlab Parish, appointed June lltb , 1821, Isft the office August T., 1833. i or twenty-three consecutive years, besides occasionally bolding various otheir town ’offices. He waa also • member of . the 15th Congress of the United Statesl In the year 1795 he was ap p o in t^ one of the committee to sell the Western Reserve, so called, the proceeds of which now constitute the Conn^ticut Scbodl i'uad, and he was very actfve and cient in the establiahment of that fiiiid. ' A t the organization of the county is the year 1786, M^Gilbert was a p p o in t attorney for .Ae state within ^ for th^ In p riv i» te^ « ici* l life. was very' much leloved by his fa—mi ly ment bears date June 13th^ 1786, and ift '’ and friends, and was most esteemed by those who knew him best. He died in that part of Hebron called Gilead Society on the day of at the advanced age of eighty-four j'ears. He left a very large estate which was distributed between his four sous and three daughters. Due of his sons, George 0 . Gilbert, Esq., was one of the sherifis of Tolland County. STLVBSTER GILBERT, the second chief judge of the county conrt for Tolland County was a hall-brother of Samuel Gilbert, his immediate predecessor in office. They had but one father, but wore the children of two mothers. Sylvester was born in He bron, October 20th, 1755. He was educated at Dartmouth College and graduated in 1775, a t the age of twenty je a rs . He made a public profession ot religion while he was a member of college, and his subsequent life well attested the sincerity of that profession. He was unpretending in his religious deportment, but was a fearless defender of the truths of the gospel as he understood them. He was married a t the arly age of twenty years to Miss Pa-tiencc Barber, of Hebron, a daughter of David Barber, Esq., with whom he lived iu the conjugal relation a period of sixty- three years, when she died at the age of eighty-one years. Her death occurrn May 14th, 1838. Mr. Gilbert read law in Hartford under tlie tuition of the Hon. J e u e Root, WewiVds cliict'jnstffee of th%Sapi-eiiie. Court of Errors and a resident of the town of Coventry in this county, and was admitted to the bar in Hartford County, in jSovember, 1777, a t the age of twenty-two years. He immediately located in Hebron, the place of his nativity, which was then a part of the i:ounty of Hatttord. He succeeded to respectable Dusiness iu a very few ;i’eara, which was not confined to the place of his residence, but extended to the adjoining counties. The financial s tate of the country after thc^close of tiie revolutionary war was such as to iiflbrd a rich harvest to the legal profession. The courts were crowded with suitors, and every rospectable lawyer bad coustant and profitable employment, From the early part of Judge Gilbert’s practice he had students at law in his office, and from the year 1810 to 1816 he had a regular law school, embracing from six to teti students constantly. The whole number of j'oung gentlemen who read law in his office and under his in structlon is fifty-six, a majority of whom completed their studies with him, and upon his recommendation were admitted to practice in the courts of this state He was a patient, faithful, and thorough instructor, and was exceedingly popular with his pupils, many of whom revered liiin as a friend and benefactor in after life. Tliey located iu diflfurent sections of the country, and many of them became distinguished as jurists and statesmen. Mr. Gilbert was first chosen a member of the General Assembly in September, 1780, and was then the youngest member in the lower House. He was also a member in the j'ear 1826, forty-six years afterwards, when he was the oldest member in the lower House, and according to a custom that has always prevailed in Connecticut, that the oldest member elect should call the House to order, he presided at the orgaiiiz ition of the House at that session. The ostiiuH-tioii in which he was held by his neigh bors and townsmen is evidenced by th* fact that he was elected by them a representative in the General Assembly thirty-one times, and clerk of the town continued in thiis office by regular cessive appointments until he was ap- ‘ pointed chief judge of the county court, a period of twenty-one years. In May, 1807, he was appointed chief judge of the county court, to which office he. waa annually thereafter re-appointed until he was seventy years of age, a period of eighteen years. For this position fae was eminently well qualified. His early education had imbned his mind with tbe >rinniples of the common law ; his experience as an instructor had served to impress them distinctly and indelibly upon his memory, and his practice a t the bar, somewhat extensive for thirty years, made him familiar with the practical appi ication of those principles. In addition he possessed a sound judgment, a habit of patient investigation ' and good common sense. The exerciM of these qualities made the administration of Judge Gilbert very acceptable and popular. Formerly a practice very generally prevailed of uniting the office of judge of probate with the office of judge o f the county court, and in this way to give the perquisites of both offices to the same person. This was done to induoe men competent to fill these places to undertake to discharge their duties, and to affijrd them some compensation for theiTservices. Before 1826 there were • but two probate districts in the coonty of Tolland. The towna of Hebron, j Ck>fcnl(i]r^«^^ town o f Jftidewrj^ bate district of HebrME*‘’Jii was appointed judge of the conrt of probate in this district in the year 1807, and held the office by regular annual appointments until he waa aeventy years of age. Judge Gilbert waa about five feet ten or eleven inches in height, of rather a thin spare habit, with a firm erect carriage, until his frame was broken by age. He was regular and temperate in all his habits, avocations, and pnrauits, uniformly industrious, and constantly engaged in some useful occupation. He was secial, intelligent, and amiable, and endeared himself to all who were favored with his acquaintance by his kindness, forbearance, and affability. He was in every respect a gentleman and commanded and received universal respect. He lived to the i^ e of ninety years, retaining his mental faculties and reasoning powers to the day of his death. Ho died in the month of January, 1846, with a strong and I tru s t a well grounded hope of a happy existence hereafter among the blessed. To le eontinited. Simple P b b a ch isg .—Some men are never able to get down to the level of children. A roan of this class, a learned the. .logical professor, was once eng-iged to ad.Ire.s» a Sunday school. He read a number of verses from the Bible, and then said: “ Children, I intend to give you a summary of the truth (aught in this portion of Scripture.” Here the pastor touched him, ai d suggested that he had better ex-plain to the school what “ summary ” meant. So he turned around and said to the children: “ Your pastor wants B to explain what summary means, and 1 will do so. Well, children, summMy is an abbrevtaied synopsis ot a thing! PUSISHMESX OP Cadets.—Cadet James Seabrook has been dismissed firom the United States Military Academy, at West Point, N. Yr, for absence without leave and stealing fruit from Mr. Bratt’s premises. Cadet John A. Kness, eaptain in the corps, was deprived of his office, snd ordered to be imprisoned one month, and to the limiU of the plaii» until 1st of July next, for absence in citizen’s clothes without leave. Cadet Henry Ledyard, for the same offence—imprisou ment one month, and on Saturdays and Sundays until 1st of January.
|Title||Tolland County record, 1861-10-30|
|Subject||Rockville (Conn.) -- Newspapers; Vernon (Conn.) -- Newspapers; Tolland County (Conn.) -- Newspapers|
|Description||Frequency: Weekly; Publication dates: Vol.1, no.1 (October 23, 1861) - = old ser., v. 6-Notes: "Independent of party or sect."|
|Collection||Newspapers of Connecticut|
|Source - Location||Connecticut State Library microfilm, AN104.T6 H67|
|Relation-Is Part Of||Series title: Miscellaneous Tolland County newspapers|
|Publisher||James Gilfillan, ed.|
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