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321; sui)plied by Noyes, 323,
.330; account of provisions
dealt out, 325; under Oilman,
333, 334; supplied by people
of Machias, 335; pay for those
from Frenchman's Bay, 366,
367, 368; enlisted from Royals-
bourg, 370; neglected homo
affairs, 371, .391; petitioned
for extra pay, 366, .367, 871,
372, 391; calculation for sun-
dries needed at Machias, 384;
to supply themselves with
arms, 394; Langdon to keep
an account of provisions de-
livered to, 395; account of
jtrovisions delivered at Edge-
comb, 396, 397, 398; guard
still kept to protect property
of the state, .335; loss by the
depreciation of the currency,
336, .337; not correctly em-
ployed, 3.52; to be enlisted by



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DOCUMENTARY HISTORY



Soldiers, continued.

Allan, 363; to have more pay,
367, 308; state of troops at
Machias, 405, 406; Water-
house's company needs arms,
407; the same to be provided,
407, 408; to reinforce Wash-
ington, 409, 410, 414; nine
months men to have same
pay as men in the Continental
army, 414; those at Falmouth
and Cape Elizabeth need pro-
visions, 423,

Somersvrorth, 399.

South Hampton, 58.

Sowerdebscott, 282.

Spaulding, Col. , 101.

Thomas, 301.

Spooner, W., member of the Gen-
eral Court, 43, 47, 48, 69, 73,
74, 119, 120, 127, 128, 1.30, 132,
134, 1.38, 1.53, 167, 190, 219, 226,
227, 228, 229, 232, 283, 303, 305,
307, 317, 318, .324, 329, 330, 332,
344, 345, 356, 858, 368, 424, 426,
434, 435, 436.
W. S., member of the General
Court, 422.

Spry, Thomas, taken prisoner, 57;
released, 57, 58; left his bag-
gage at Machias, 58; the same
sold, 58, 59; petitioned for
assistance and to receive what
belonged to him, .58, 59; me-
morial of, 57.

Stair Falls, 400.

Staple, Peter, signed Raymond
Town petition, 376.

Starch, Capt. , 61.

Stark, Gen. John, 205.

Stevens, Capt. Isaac, 57.

Stewart, Samuel, Jr., .55, 56.

Stillman, Maj. George, in Machias
battle, 13, 27, 170, 171, 172,
179; praise due him, 14; led
the party at Cross Island, 22;
took prisoners, 23; raised a
company, 27, 29; his regiment
not full, .34; to be commis-
sioned, 212; received blank
commissions to fill up, 223; to
hold a court-martial, 225; can
tell of the difficulties at Ma-
chias, 337, 338, .342; carried
letters, 339, 340, 384; to pre-
sent a draft for Smith, 341,
344; to represent Machias and
Smith, 384; to furnish a sur-
geon, 420; letter of, 27; peti-



Soldiers, continued.

tion of, 384; mentioned, 380,
394, 421.
Stilphen, Cornelius, signed Pow-
nalborough i)etition, 85, 260.
George, ditto, 85, 260.
Michel, ditto, 85, 260.
Stockade, see Forts.

Stone, Capt. , 54, 56.

Ensign , 413.

Lieut. Daniel, 160.

John, had a ship for sale, 81;

letter of, 81.
Joseph, 77.
Joshua, signed Falmouth letter,

410.
Josiah, 77; member of the Gen-
eral Court, 167, 190, 219, 226,
227, 228, 232, 233, 234, 239, 250,
262, 263, 265, 303, 307. 324, 329,
330, 332, 333, S43, 344, 345, 356,
358, 365, .368, 381, 382, 386, 389,
409, 411, 422, 424, 425, 432, 435,
436.
Storer, Joseph, selectman of Wells,

56.
Stout, Benjamin, received a
bounty, 315.
George, on Cape Elizabeth Com-
mittee, 71.
Joshea, signed Royalsbourg
petition, 371.

Studholm, Maj. , in command

at St. Johns River, 5.
Suffolk County, 138, .381.

Sulkving, Col. , company of,

153.
Sulivan, \ Capt. Daniel, his bill
Sullivan, f for billeting men, 68;
in the Sixth regiment, 110;
marched to Machias, 366; de-
sired more allowance for sol-
diers, 366, 307; to make out
muster-roll, 867, .368; his men
to have more pay, 367, 368; to
purchase fire-arms, 308, .369;
deposition of, 360, 367.
Ja., 44, 46.
lion. James, 156.
William, signed Penobscot peti-
tion, 276.

Sumner, Mr. , member of the

General Court, 418.
W., 379.
Sunbury County, 12.
Surgeon for Machias soldiers, 212,

420.
Swain, Barnabas, 159.
Swan, Gustavus, signed Wheelers-
borough petition, 64; ditto



INDEX



473



Swan, continued.

Penobscot, 276; evidence of,
281, 282, 284, 285, 353.
Pond, 385.

Sweetser, John, signed Wheelers-
borougli petition, 64.

Swine to go at large, 98.

Sylvester, William, selectman in
Harpswell, 124; signed Harps-
well petition, 204.



T



Taokin, Christopher, vestry-
man, 261.
Talpey, Ilenry, signed York peti-
tion, 80.
Tarr, John, taken prisoner, 105.
Taylor, John, a member of the
General Court, 41, 43, 47, 48,
50, 81, 82, 86, 88, 119, 126, 127,
128, 131, 132, 134, 138, 153, 190,
202, 214, 216, 219, 226, 227, 228,
229, 232, 233, 234, 236, 239, 240,
248, 250, 202, 263, 205, 292, .303,
305, 306, 307, 317, 318, 322, 324,
333, 845, 855, 356, 358, 365, 368,
379, 881, 380, 389, 397, 408;
signed Lincoln County peti-
tion, 189.

Tetters, Capt. , 243.

Thayer, Ch., 425.
E. Jr., a member of the General
Court, 41, 43, 47, 00, 70, 73, 74,
81, 82, 80, 88.
Ebenezer, sent for his effects,
874, 375; his effects seized and
released, 374.
Ziphion, 425, 434, 435, 436.
Thomas, Waterman, 266, 267.
Thomaston, 1 people moved to,
Thomastown, j 204; home of
Lieut. Mathews, 218; post
established at, 236; post-mas-
ter appointed for, 236.
Lime Works, 235.
Post Office, 280.

Thomi)Son, Brigadier , 101.

Benjamin, petitioned for his
pay, 68, 09, 71 ; to be paid, 72.
Edward, letter of, 92.
Jeremiah, declaration of, 360,

361.
Jonatlian, enlisted and paid, 72.
Samuel, presented billeting bill,

49.
Thos., signed soldiers' petition,
09.
TJnving, Nathaniel, ditto Kenne-
bec, 125; entered a complaint



Thwing, continued.

against Rebecca Callahan, 808,
309, 319; appointed an agent
for Charles Callahan, 318, 392.
417, 431; entered a second
complaint, 392; as justice of
the peace, 363; demanded the
personal effects of Charles
Callahan, 417; to pay Mrs.
Callahan two hundred pounds,
4.32; complaints of, 308, 392.

Tibbuts, Abner, received a bounty,
315.
Benj., ditto, 315; see also
Tubbets.

Ticonderoga, 191.

Titcomb, Benj., town clerk of
Pearsontown, 42, 193, 194; to
call town meeting, 43.

Tomma, Joseph, 246.
Piere, 293.

Toms, John, signed Wheelers-
borough petition, 63.

Torrey, John, made prisoner, 105.

Townsend, 186, 209, 263.

Townships, granted on the Saco
River, 77, 103; titles not con-
firmed, 104, 134, 135; bounda-
ries, 135.
No. One, 158.
No. Six, 78, 103, 135.
No. Two, 77, 158.

Tracy, Asa, received a bounty, 816.
Christopher, ditto, 315.

Trade gone from Kittery, 67; cut
off by the war, 188; gone from
Harpswell, 204; Allan made
an agreement with the Indians
concerning, 229; must be re-
stricted with the Indians, 231;
paper currency not useful in,
231; liable to be diverted to
Canada, 286, 289; with Indians
under certain regulations, 408.

Trafton, Charles, signed York
petition, 89.

Trayer, John, 361.

Treat, Joshua, signed Penobscot
petition, 276.
Joshua, Jr., ditto, 276.
Lieut. Robert, ditto Wheelers-
borough, 64; ditto Penobscot,
276.

Treet, Mr. , furnished corn,

412.

Trevet, Capt. Richard, naval officer
of York, 343.

Trott, Thomas, on Windham Com-
mittee, 71; selectman, 96; as-
sessor, 98, 99, 100.



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Truck-houses, 63, 116, 130, 164,
165, 176, 183, 195, 213, 280, 231,
234, 243, 271, 277, 282, 286, 287,
289, 296, 307, 308, 325, 333, 335,
839, 340, 341, 345, 350, 363, 420,
421.

Truck-masters, 95, 105, 132, 154,
266, 314, 333, 334, 339, 353, 364,
380, 394, 408, 425.

Truck-trade, 278, 283.

Tubbets, Nathaniel, received a
bounty, 315.
see also Tibbuts.

Tucker, Mr. , member of the

General Court, 373.
John, on the Berwick Commit-
tee, 400.

Tufts, Francis, signed Damaris-
cotta petition, 440.

Tupper, James, 1.39.

William, constable, 140, 245, 247,
253, 372.

Turner, Sim., his bill as express-
man, 52; paid, 52.

Tycross, Robert, signed Pownal-
borough petitions, 85, 260.

Tyng, Edward, 304, 305, 321.
William, 304, 343.

Tything-man, 97.

T , D , 8.

U

Ulmoke, Lieut. — — , enlisting
agent, 277, 278.

Underwood, John, plaintiff, 372.

Union River, 427.

United States, the, 44, 45, 93, 106,
146, 151, 177, 178, 188, 195, 215,
216, 225, 243, 269, 290, 330, 337,
843, 359, 868, 394, 409, 417, 418,
420, 421, 432, 439.



-, a member of



Valpey, Mr.

the General Court, 116.

Vassalborough, 153.

Vaughan, William, 197.

Vessels, engagement near Ma-
chias, 2, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18,
25, 33, 57, 170, 171, 172, 173,
185; only one at St. Johns, 3;
depredations at Passama-
quoddy, 8; number at St. Johns
River, 5, 237; permitted to
sail from Newbury port, 5;
the same libeled, 6; titted out
to attack Machias, 9; Long's



Vessels, continued.

sloop seized, 16; in Machias
Bay, 22, 182; Hall's schooner
captured and released, 36, 37;
brought reinforcements, 38;
Shaw's sloop to convey In-
dians, 46; the Friendship
desired permission to sail, 53,
54; same received permission,
55; sailors want more pay, 54;
to attack Falmouth, 55; sail-
ors refuse duty, 56, 61; the
Dolly permitted to sail, 57;
the British would not send
one to Machias, 58; Bragdon
desired to send one to the
West Indies, 59; one at Fal-
mouth in a poor condition, 61;
articles for, to be sent, 62;
loading at Falmouth, 76, 136,
157; Jewitt permitted to clear,
79; Congress to purchase, 81;
off the coast, 91, 92, 112, 113,
117, 124, 209; a barge attacked
Preble's boat, 91; brought
presents for the Indians, 94;
prizes taken, 102, 114, 122,
133; delayed at Falmouth,
102, 103, 113, 136, 181; trouble
about condemning a prize, 114,
115; not permitted to load,
but sold, 117; trial concern-
ing, 120, 121; at Falmouth,
contrary to orders, 121, 122;
in Damariscotta River, 122;
supplies needed for, 122, 123;
Wood to have the proceeds of
a sloop, 127; the Gruel to be
hastened away, 136; with
boards at Boston, 1.38, 139;
only those which supply the
army, allowed at Boston, 139;
return of those registered at
Machias, 159; Allan's block-
aded, 178; none at Falmouth,
one at Scarborough, 180; at
Boothbay, 186, 186; at Ports-
mouth, 186; Collier an easy
prey, 186; off Townsend, 186,
209; Collier near Pownalbov-
ough, but driven away, 206,
207; captured in Boothbay,
220; to attack Machias, 222;
a Fi-ench ship captured, 224;
soldiers to be rewarded for
capturing, 233; engaged by
Lamb, 240; arrived at Ma-
chias, 241; gundaloe de-
stroyed, 262; schooner
dispatched to intercept ves-



INDEX



47i



Vessels, co^itinued.

sels going up Bay of Fiindy,
288, 298, 299; Robinson a
pilot, 290; expected at St.
Johns River, 292; three be-
longing to Frenchman's Bay
captured, 293; a privateer
captured, 860; the naval laws
should be revised, 368, 300,
406; officers have no power
to hinder the carrying of in-
telligence to the enemy, 358,
359; took arms from French-
man's Bay, 367; Furnass'
seized, 374, 388, 415, 410, 425;
captured off Machias, 378, 386;
Furnass' sloop a lawful prize,
388, 389; in Wiscasset Bay,
395, 396, 397; in Pemaquid
Harbor, 402; with supplies
captured, 427.

Active, the, 291.

Advance, the, 427, 430.

Alford, the, 32.

Ambuscade, the, 3, 5, 33, 209.

Ann, the, 6.

Betsey, the, 117.

Blond, the, 22, 182, 237.

Congress, the, 856, 360.

Cumberland, the, 404.

Diamond, the, 91.

Diligent, the, 8, 67, 126.

Dolly, the, 57.

Edgcumbe, the, 325.

Elizabeth, the, 345, 360, 361.

Endeavour, the, 5.

Freedom, the, 102.

Friendship, the, 63, 55, 1.59.

Gage, the, 92, 288.

Greyhound, the, 91, 106.

Gruel, the, 121, 136, 206, 207, 208
233.

Hancock, the, 179.

Hope, the, 13, 159, 174, 179, 209.

Industry, the, 114.

Liberty', the, 127.

Lively, the, 159.

London, the, 159.

Loyal Nova Scotia, the, 288.

Lucy, the, 159.

Marisheete, the, 170, 171, 288,
298.

Mermaid, the, 6, 13, 17, 179.

Milford, the, 14, 105, 209, 237,
825, 395, .396, 397.

Molly, the, 179.

Necessity, the, 159.

Neptune, the, 159.

Peneloi)e, the, 102.

Polly, the, 140, 159, 378.



Vessels, continued.

Rainbow, the, 13, 17, 179, 185,

186, 187, 206, 209, 210, 219, 222,

237.
Raven, the, 192.
Renown, tlie, 105.
Scarborough, the, 90.
Speedwell, 159.
Spry, the, 208.
Swan, the, 168.
Three Friends, the, 169.
Two Brothers, the, 374, 415, 425,

428, 429, 434, 435.
Union, the, 7.3, 102, 103, 181.
Unity, the, 378.
Vulture, the, 2, 6, 13, 17, 92,

179, 2.36, 237, 238, 243.
Washington, the, 290.
Yankee Hero, the, 105.
Vining, , signed Royalsbor-

ough petition, 370.
Virginia, 133.

w

Waite, Benjamin, owned a dam
and mills, 101; summoned to
court, 129.
Enoch, highway surveyor, 97.
John, has none of the State's
money, 61; sheriff, 180, 200;
letters of, 76, 118, 186.
Waldoborough, home of Alpheus
Delano, 78; Delano indebted
to, 78; commissioned officers
to be appointed in, 218; home
of J. M. Schaffer, 266; as a
boundary, 440.

Wales, Capt. , 334.

Walker, Col. , 36.

Lieut. Isaac, 41.

John, received a bounty, 315.

Joshua, signed Wheelersbor-

ough petition, 64.
Simon, enlisted and paid, 72.
Solomon, signed Kennebec peti-
tion, 125.
Timothy, 77.

Wallace, Capt. , 341.

Wallingford, Ebenezer, estate of,
399, 400.
Thomas, 330.
Wampum, 229, 842, 411.
Wangerville, 40.

Ward, Gen. Artemas, a member of
the General Court, 20, 41, 48,
47, 48, 50, 60, 74, 78, 81, 82, 88,
119, 126, 127, 128, 130, 131, 132,
134, 138, 153, 155, 167, 190, 19»,
202, 203, 211, 214, 216, 219, 221,



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Wai'd, continned.

226, 227, 228, 229, 232, 233, 234,
286, 239, 250, 262, 263, 265, 303,
305, 306, 307, 317, 318, 822, 332,
333, 343, 345, 356, 358, 368, 408,
409, 419, 424, 425, 426, 429, 432,
434, 438.

Warner, Col. , 1.

Brig. Gen. Jonathan, letter of,
1; mentioned, 11, 177, 199, 200,
215. 334.

Warren, Daniel, signed Penobscot
petition, 276.
James, speaker, 50, 65, 72, 73, 88,
89, 119, 127. 128, 129, 130, 131,
132, 134, 135, 138, 167, 199, 200,
214, 216, 236, 239, 240, 248, 249,
261, 262, 263, 292, 311, 817, 318,
322, 329, 330, 332, 333, 343, 345,
346, 355, 364, 365, 368, 373, 374,
380, 382, 386, 389, 392.
James Coplisly, to be commis-
sioned a lieutenant, 218.

Warrin, Jonas, 77.

Washington, George, 66, 409, 410.

Waterhouse, Samuel, given com-
mand of a company, 406; at
Winter Hill, 406, 407; peti-
tioned for arms, 407; arms to
be delivered to, 407; petition
of, 406.

Waters, Saml., selectman of New-
castle, 326; petition of, 372,
373.

Watertown, 49, 163.

Waugh, James, signed Norridge-
wock letter, 111.
Thomas, ditto, 111.

Weber, Gertham, 325.

Webster, Andrew, signed Wheel-
ersborough petition, 64; testi-
mony of, 274.
Andrew, Jr., signed Penobscot

petition, 276.
Pelatiah, held money of Abiel
Wood, 112; to pay the same,
127; memorial of, 116.

Wells, the Friendship desired to
clear from, 53, 54; permission
granted for same, 55; in need
of provisions, 53; assessment
in, 55, 56; Bragdon desired to
clear a vessel from, 59; as a
boundary, 385; letters from,
17, 23.
Nathl., letter forwarded by, 18;
selectman, 56; as justice of
the peace, 393.
Nathl. and Company, 54, 55.

Wentworth, Capt. John, in com-



Wentworth, continued.

mand at Cape Elizabeth, 81,
180; petitioned for more pay,
197, 198.
Moses, signed Wheelersborough
petition, 64; testimony of,
272, 273; signed Penobscot
petition, 276.

Wes, Capt. , 34.

West, Capt. Jabez, i>eople ask that
his company be filled, 34; his
men to have same pay as men
in the Continental Army, 212;
his company to be completed,
214; his men receive bounties,
227; Averll in his company,
253; Millbury in his company,
256; men discharged from his
company, 295; certificate for
bounty money. 309, 310; raised
a company, 371; petitioned for
extra pay, 371, 372, 380; to be
reimbursed, 371 ; rations due,
380, 413; Farnsworth to col-
lect for, 413; his men to have
rations, 437, 438; petitions of,
371, 372, 380; mentioned, 114,
115.

West Indies, 57, 59, 79, 360, 361,
415, 416.

Westcock, 36.

Whaleboats, 36, 420.

Wheaton, Mason, his place to be
the end of the postal route,
235; to be post-master, 236.

Wheeler, Benjamin, presented the
Wheelersborough petition, 62,
64; signed the same, 64; action
on the same, 65; on the Com-
mittee of Safety, 158; signed
Penobscot certificate, 185; pre-
sented written declarations,
272; altercation with Brewer,
272, 284, 285; called on Low-
der, 273; assisted Gorton to
obtain rations, 279; a patriot,
301; supplied ammunition,
301, 302, 303, 314; would as-
sist soldiers' families, 314;
would supply firelocks, 314;
not an enemy to the state, 314;
action on tlie petition, 323,
332.

Wheelersborough, misrepresented,
62, 63; has not received what
was sent, 63; a copy of the
petition of to be served on
others, 64; actions on the
petition, 65, 323, 332; home of
Benj. Wheeler, 301, 314, 323.



INDEX



477



Wheehvriglit, Capt. Aaron, 53.

Whitcomb, Benjamin, 77.

John, suffered by making a new
boundary, 7t3, 77; member of
the General Court, 47, 48, 50,
60, 09, 73, 74, 80, 82, 130, 134,
135, 155, 107, 190, 210, 220, 227,
228, 229, 232, 239, 250, 202, 203,
265, 303, 305, 307, 317, 318, 324,
329, 330, 332, 333, 343, 344, 345,

356, 358, 305, 381, 382, 386, 389,
408, 409, 419, 422, 424, 426, 429,
431, 432, 434.

Robert, signed Norridgewock
letter, 111.
White, , 287.

Col. , 185, 186.

Mr. , 315.

B., a member of the General
Court, 41, 43, 47, 48, 50, 60, 73,
74. 81, 82, 86. 88, 119, 126, 127,
128, 180, 131, 132, 134, 138, 202,
214, 219, 232, 233. 230, 250, 262,
203, 265, 322, 344, 345, 858, 368,
381, 382, 408, 409, 419, 422, 424,
425.

Charles, 77.

John, as a witness, 92.

Philip, signed Kennebec peti-
tion, 125.

Kobert, ditto, 125.
Whitman, Charles, 77.

John, 77.

Capt. Samuel, to be paid for his
service, 317, 318; petition of,
156.
Whitmore, Stephen, signed Ken-
nebec petition, 125.
Whitney, Daniel, 77.

Capt. Joel, master of the Three
Friends, 159.

Lieut. Joel, of the Sixth Regi-
ment, 110, 123, 310, 311, 321,

357, 391.
Joseph, 77.
Methias, 315.
Richard, 77.
Richard, Jr., 77.
Wm., 77.

Whittier, ?".benezer, signed Kenne-
bec petition, 125.

Wilkins, Walter, a Tory, 361, 362,

Williams, Geo., 54.

Capt. Joseph, master of the
Two Brothers, 874, 388, 415.

Williamson, Jona., on I'ownal-
borough Committee, 66.

Wilson, G<jing, received a bounty,
315.



Wilson, continued.

Oliver, signed Norridgewock
letter. 111.

Windall, W., 54.

Windham, transactions at the
town-meeting in, 96, 98;
record of the town-meeting is
correct, 98, 99, 100; error in
proceedings, 99; the record
confirmed, 118, 119, 120; the
fisheries in, injured, 129;
rated Raymond Town, 375;
to abate the taxes in Raymond
Town, 424; petitions of, 70,
71, 129; report on, 72.

Windsor, 361.

Wine, 168, 169, 179.

Wing, Capt. , 3.

Winter Hill, 406, 407.

Wiuthrop, I., member of the Gen-
eral Court, 50, 60, 69, 73, 74.
Saml., 140.
Wm., 51.

wlthStU^^^'^^'^'i^^-

Bay, 200, 897.
Point, 122.

Wongonet, pay due, 44.

Wood, Mr. , member of the

General Court, 364.

Abiel, money detained from,
111; petitioned for permit to
receive it, 112; not permitted
to load his vessel, 117; vessel
sold, 117; to receive the net
proceeds of same, 127.

Benj.,77.

John, signed Kennebec petition,
125; post-master at George-
town, 236.

Woodbridge, Benjamin, justice of

the peace, 326.
Woodbury, Peter, 126, 191, 192.
Woodruff, Jonathan, received a

bounty, 310.

Woods, Henry, instructions to,
299.

Woolwich, 219, 312, 392, 394, 395,
417.

Worrin, Nathaniel, enlisted, 354.

Worster, Moses, received a bounty,
815.

Wyer, David, attorney, 327.

Wyman, Mr. , member of the

General Court, 855, 373.
William, signed Kennebec peti-
tion, 126.



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DOCUMENTARY HISTORY



Yarmouth, 52, 115.

Yong, John, received a bounty,
310.

York, 81, 86, 87, 88, 120, 125, 140,
1G2, 192, 330, 343, 355, 436.

County, 23, 43, 46, .53, 81, 86, 87,
88, 121, 125, 140, 162, 166, 299,
311, 317, 330, 346, 347, 348, 384,
386, 899, 406.



York, continued.

Stephen, signed Royalsbourg
petition, 371.
Young, Capt. Ezra, in the Sixth
Regiment, 110.
John, fence-viewer, 97.
Samuel, signed York petition,
89.



-, Ezekiel, ditto Royalsbourg,
370.
-, Stephen, ditto, 371.



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