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ANNUAL REPORT



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SGHO0L BOAI^D



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Touin of Bappington,



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YEAR ENDING MARCH 1, 1891,



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DOVER, N. H. :

SCAI.es « QUIMRY, PRINTERS.

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ANNUAL REPORT



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SGHOOL BOARD



Touxn of Bappington,



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YEAR ENDING MARCH 1, 1891



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IX)VKR, N. H. :

SCALES & QUIMliV, I'RIN'IKRS.

1891.



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R?:CEIPTS AND EXPENDITURES FOR THE YEAR
ENDING MARCH i, 1891.



OUTSTANDING BILI^S MARCH I. 1890.

Paid No.

1 Henry F. Cater in part for services as town

clerk for the year '89 ^55 00

2 W. E. Waterhouse, for looking after poor and

settling with County Commissioners for

'89

3 Freeman Varney, for services as selectman

in '89

4 L. F. Swain, for time and traveling expenses,

looking after deceased cattle and horses
in '89.

5 L. T. Lincoln, for services as auditor for '89.

6 Walter Buzzell, for services as auditor for '89

7 C. F. Waterhouse, for services as supervisor

in '89 6 00

8 Chas. E. Buzzell, in part for services as col-

lector in the year '89

9 (j. E. Cochrane, for legal services for the year

'■^9

10 John W. Berry, for ser\'ices as school district

clerk in '89

11 j. D. Clark, for damage done wagon in '89 . .



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12 George B. Haley, for services as town treasurer

for the year '89 S50 to

13 Scales & Quimby, for printing town accounts

and blank receipts to order in '8g 6320

14 William E. Waterhouse, time and traveling ex

penses looking after deceased cattle and

horses in '89 '4 ^5

15 W. E. Waterhouse, for services as selectman

in '89 50 00

16 Freeman Varney, for time and traveling ex-

penses looking after deceased cattle and

horses in '89 1 o 00

17 L. F. Swain, in full for services as selectman

for '89 100 00

1 8 Henry F. Cater, for extra services as town

clerk in year '89 1 4 00

19 C. E. Buzzell, in part for services as collector

for the year '89 50 00

20 A. I. Hall, for shingles furnished to shingle the

town house in '89 -!4 20

21 A. J. Felker, for services locating schoolhouse

lot in Daniel Cater's district 2 00

22 C. E. Smith, for wood delivered at the town

house in '89 675

23 Dr. C. Hanson, births and deaths reported for

the years '87, '88, '89, to Dec. 31, '89. . 2 25

24 E. J. Smith, in part for services as member of

school board for '89 '. . . 40 00

25 \Vm. K. Boody, in part for services as collector

in '89 25 00

2O \V. I*'., lioody, for services as collector of taxes

for the year '88 100 00



Paid No.

27 Mrs. Leonard Whitehouse, as aid to Feb. S,

'90 Si4^^ 33

28 Oscar F. Corson, aid for disabled soldier. ... 154 27

29 " in full for aid as disabled

soldier 2325

30 C. 1). Perkins, for aid furnished family in '89 67 04

31 William H. W'illey, for aid furnished in '89 to

March 10, "90 67 75

32 John Rowe, for aid furnished in '89 54 00

^^, Winthrop Reynolds, for aid furnished to Feb.

15. '9^ ■ 182 79

34 Fben Blaisdell, for aid furnished to Dec. 1/89 72 50

35 \y. H. Willey, for aid furnished from Feb. 9,

'89, to Feb 8, '90 167 35

36 S. R. Freeman, as aid furnished from Feb. 9,

'89, to Feb. 15, '90 156 00

37 (ieorge W. Arlin, aid furnished to Feb. 1, '90 156 08

38 D. R. Berry, as aid furnished to Feb. i, '90 186 76

39 Kben Blaisdell, for aid furnished in '88 47 00

43 Ci. \V. Rowe, for aid furnished to Feb. i, '90 113 09

41 Alvira Hall, for aid furnished to Feb. i, '90. . 14 7 7

42 Wm. H. Dearborn, for aid furnished to Aug.

I, '89 (>2 50

43 (ieorge C). A. Chesley. for clay and gravel in

'88-'89 10 00

44 L. F. Swain, labor with roatl machine in '89 55 00

45 Samuel C. Ham, for damage done plow in '89 i 50

46 Freeman Varney, for labor on Seavey & Mc

Daniels bridge in '89 to Oct. 19, '89 ... 15 00

4 7 Freeman Varney, for labor and money paid
out on McDaniel and Brewster bridges to
Dec. 21, '89 13 50



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Paid No.

48 C'alef & Winkley, for plank furnished the town

June 2, '89

49 Charles Ayers, for labor on Seavey bridge

Sept. 4/89

50 James M. Locke, for lumber and labor on

highways and bridges to Feb. 15, '90 . .
5 1 Waterhouse & Smith, for plank, lumber and

labor on the highway

52 John C. Babb, for board of men and oxen

in 'cS9 while at work on road machine. .
5,5 L. F. Swain, for bridge plank in full

54 L. F. Swain, in full for labor on road machine

in '8()

55 William \V. Willey, in full for labor on Seavey

bridge in '89

56 Joseph Ayers, railing the Malago bridge in

'89 ^•.•-

5 7 John Kivel

58 Ira Davis, for blacksmith work to Feb. 7 '90

59 H. F. Brock, for sharpening drills in '89. . . .

60 James M. Locke, timber furnished town in '89

61 James M. Locke, for labor and lumber on

bridge in '89

62 E. E. Locke, for labor on the highway in '88

63 R. B. Tebbetts, " " '89

64 Albert Leathers, '• " 'S8

65 Dennis J. Brown, '• " '90

66 Greenleaf Parshley, " '• '89

67 Oreenleaf Parshley, for lab;)r on the high

way in Sept. 14, '89

68 VV. K. Waterhouse. for labor on the highwav

in '89



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Paid No.

69 William H. Willey, in full for labor on high

way 'go ^ ' 95

70 P>eeman Varney, for labor for self and oxen

on highway to Dec. 21, '89 9 oc

71 George Blaisdell, in full for labor on highway

'89 •' ;.

72 Joseph Gray, for work on road in the year '89

73 H. F. Cater, for labor on highway in '89. . . .

74 Russell Gate, for shoveling snow in Feb. '90.

75 George W. Hall, in full for labor on highway

76 George H. Gilpatrick, work on highway in

'89 in full

77 Frank H. Boston, for work on road in '89. . .

78 Walter Grover, for labor on highway in '8g. .

79 Eben S. Locke, "

80 A. H. Cater, " " '88. .

81 James M. Locke, timber, plank, and labor

on McDaniel bridge in '89

82 Lewis N. Smith, labor on highway in '89. . . .

83 Walter Buzzell, " " ....

84 John W. Berry, " "

85 Charles F. Bodge, in full for labor on highway

in '89

86 C. C. Perkins, labor on highway '89

87 Joel M. Chesley, in full for labor on highway

'88

88 James S. Foss, in full for over work on tax '89

89 Isaac Thompson, for labor on the highway in

'88

90 L. A. Boston, for labor on the highway in '89

91 Charles A. Rust, for labor on highway in '89

92 John A. Clark, for labor on highway in '89. .



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Paid No.

93 Daniel (iear, for labor on highway in '89 ... . S^ 38

94 Eben Capen, for lodging tramps for the year

'89 ••••

95 Ira Davis, labor on highway in '89

96 Eben Capen, labor on highway in '89

97 James M. Locke, for labor on highway in '89

98 William Howard, in full for labor on highway

'87-'S8

99 Charles H. Seavey, for labor on highway '89
100 John W. Gray, in full for labor on highway in

'88

loi Steven \. Boston, for labor on highway in '88
[02 William H. Willey, in full for labor on high-
way '90

T03 E. F. Swain, in full for labor on highway '89

104 Hiram Tyler, in full for labor on highway in

'«9 •••

105 Edward Arlin, in full for labor on highway '89

106 Norris Gault, " " '87

107 J. Q. A. Swain, " " '89
to8 Thomas McRea, for labor on the highway in

'89 •'•••

109 William Thompson, for labor on the highway

in '88

1 10 Freeman Varney, for labor on highway to

Oct. 19, '89 10 00

111 H. M. Brown, for labor on highway and shov

eling snow 525

1 1 2 George W. Young, in full for police services

in '88-'89 in Oct. 19 6 00

I 13 William ('. Buzzell, in full for watering tub in

'89 3 00



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Paid No.

114 William H. S. Nason, for use of watering tub

'89 $3 00

115 U'illiam H. S. Nason, use of watering tub '8S 3 co

1 16 A. B. Locke, for use of watering tub '89 3 00

1 1 7 Daniel Wentworth, for use of watering tub '89 3 00

118 J. f.oring Critchett, " " 300

119 William Thompson, " " 300

120 William H.Gray, " " 300

121 (jeorge W. \^'illey, for police services in '89. . 6 00

122 H. F. Brock, in full for police services in '89 6 00

123 George W. Morrison, as an abatement of dog

tax for '8S i oo

T24 W. E Boody, as an abatement of dog tax for

'Sq I 00

] 25 Kli A Arlin,, as an abatement of dog tax for

'89 I 00

12 ) Richard B. I'ebbetts, as abatement on tax in

'89 on Chas. Sewall place for being over-
taxed 1025

127 Thomas W. Hale, for one year's interest on

his note dated Feb. 2, '89 for three hun

dred dollars r 2 00

128 [ohn H. Chesley, for interest on his note to

March i, '90 627

12} William Waterhouse, in full for attendance on

Hiram Tyler's child in '89 225

130 William Waterhouse, for medical attendance

on Hannah Arlin in '89 2 05

131 1 )aniel S. Caldwell, for board of Fred Smith

in '89 .' 69 1 1

132 \\ illiam Waterhouse, for medical attendance

on Levina ("annev in '89 6 00



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Paid No.

133 Dr. F. I. Smith, for professional service, anci

cash paid Dr. Bailey for examining cat-
tle owned by Chas. Strachn, and horse
of J. H. Leighton S2S 33

134 Cr. E. Osgood M. D., in full, attendance and

medicine on Abbie Abbott in '89 to Feb.

I , '90 1 3 00

135 Waterhouse & Smith for aid furnished (ieorge

Capen to Feb, i, '90 19 50

136 William Waterhouse, in full for medicine and

attendance on Jane Prescott in 'Sg-'g.) 10 60

137 William Waterhouse, for medical attendance

on Mrs. Emery Howard in '89 2 25

13S G. E. Osgood M. D., in full attendance on

Horace Tyler in '89 125

139 Lizzie S. Young, for aid furnished the family

of D. R. Berry in '89 2 1 00

140 G. E. Osgood, M. D., for rep.orting births and

deaths for year ending Feb. i, '90 3 50

141 G. E. Osgood, M. D., in full, attendance and

medicine on J. H. Hurvey in '89 to Feb.

I, '90 62 89

142 George W. Arlin, for board of .\bbie .Arlin 10

weeks in '89 10 00

143 C. D. Perkins, for board of Abbie .Arlin i8

weeks to Feb. i , '90 1 8 00

144 William Waterhouse, in full for medical at

tendance on George Tyler's children in

'89 7 00

145 G. E. Osgoo'd, for medical attendance and

medicine furnished Mrs. I,. WhitehousL'

to Feb. I, '90 10 10



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Paid No.

146 G. E. Osgood, \I. 1)., for medical attendance

and medicine furnished the family of

John Leary to Feb. 1 , '9 ) $7 00

147 K. V. Brewster, boots famished people in '89 7 00
1 48 Waterhouse & Smith, for clothing, boots, fur-
nished James Capen to Feb. i, '90. ; . . . 7 70

149 ( J. K. Osgood, in full,attendance and medicine

on Richard Gate in '89 to Feb i, '90. . 4'^ ^i

151) William Waterhouse, for one visit to William

Perkins in '89 1 00

151 G. E. Osgood, M. D., for medical attendance

and medicine furnished the family of D.

R. Berry to Feb. i, '90 f)'^ 2;,

152 K. ]. Smith, for books furnished scholars for

'89 2200

15^, William Waterhouse, for medical attendance

on Leonard and Sarah Moses in '89. . . . 15 ans in '89. . 23 25
15S E. B. Brown, in full for goods furnished Hor-
ace Tyler to March t, '90 15 74

159 William Waterhouse. for medical attendance

on Horace Tyler in "89 4 75



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Paid No.

160 Lizzie S. Young, for aid furnished the family

of D. R. Berry in '89 $25 05

161 S. R. Freeman, for board of Mrs. W. H.

Hayes and child 52 weeks, at S2.00 per

week 20S 00

162 W. E. Waterhouse, for wood furnished W. H.

VVilley to Feb. 8, '90 1 8 00

163 Freeman Varney, for carrying Bradbury John

son to County Farm in '89 2 00

164 William Waterhouse, for medical attendance

on Joseph Hervey in '89

165 William Waterhouse, for medical attendance

upon Fred Tyler's wife in January '90 . . 4 50

I 66 1). W. Arlin, for aid furnished, cash, wood, etc. ^,7 25

167 William Waterhouse, for medicine and at

tendance upon Oscar F. Corson Apr. i 2

and Nov. 24, '89 250

16S William Waterhouse, for medicine furnished

James Capen in '89 50

169 William Waterhouse, to return of births and

deaths for the year ending April i, '89. . i 75

170 C. E. Arlin, full board of Mrs. Warren Evans

and family in '89 i 1 00

171 William Waterhouse, in full for meaicine and

attendance on Emerson children in '89 575

172 Nancy D. Rowe, for board and care of Lo-

rinda F. Rowe from Dec. 4, '89, to

March 4, '90 26 00

17,:; vSamuel C. Ham, for aid furnished John Leary

in '89 35 5"

1 74 \Villiam Waterhouse, for medical attendance

on Chas. Freeman in '89 125



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Paid No.

175 W'aterhouse & Smith, for groceries furnished

Sarah Rowe to Feb. 1, '90 S2 6^

175 William VVaterhouse, for medical attendance

on Charles E. Arlin in '89 ... 730

177 William Waterhouse, for medical attendance

on Lucy Drew in '89 3 00

178 W. 1'^. Waterhouse, for groceries furnished

the family of Hiram Tyler 23 35

1 79 William Sterns, for cloth furnished paupers to

to Jan I, '90 from Sept. 3, '88 33 64

180 William Waterhouse, for medical attendance

on Mrs. W. H. Hayes in '89 3 5(1

iSi Waterhouse & Smith, for groceries furnished

Sept. I, '89 to Samuel Canney 24 61

182 J. B. Edgerly, for coffin and box furnished

William Perkins in '89 g 00

183 William W'aterhouse, for medical attendance

on Samuel Canney in '89 7 00

184 j. B. Edgerly for coffin furnished John

Howard's child in '89 325

183 J. B. Edgerly, for coffin, robe and box fur-
nished Lucy Drew in '89 1 1 00

186 Uilliam Waterhouse, for medicine furnished

Mrs. Warren Evans in '89 7 ^

187 W. E. Waterhouse, labor on highway in '89-90 41 00

188 George E.Osgood, M. D., medicine furnished

J. Leary, Feb. '90 50

I S9 Waterhouse & Smith aid furnished paupers to

April 6 '89 21325

190 Thomas McRae, labor on the highway in '89 36 50

191 John H. Buzzell, overwork on highway in '87

and '88 24 90



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Paid No.

192 Joseph O. Babb, overwork tax in '88 in full. .

193 Joseph C. Winkley, overwork tax in '89 in full

194 Samuel S. Hale, for one year's interest on

note dated Feb. 2, '89 for $500



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ROAD BILLS.

Paid No.

1 William H. Willey, for labor on highway ....

2 H. G. Cater, for labor on highway

3 D. T. Caldwell, for labor on highway

4 C. F. Waterhouse, for labor on highway ....

5 David Freeman, for labor on highway 18S9..

6 C. H. Seavey, for labor on highway

- 7 James M. Locke, for labor on highway .....

8 William E. Waterhouse, for labor on highway

to Sept. 20

9 W. H. Willey, for labor on highway

to Andrew Hall, "

11 Isaac H. Young, '*

12 Horace Hill, "

13 John E. Hall,

14 J. W. Hill,

15 Chas. Freeman, "
t6 L. F. Swain, "

17 George Tyler, "

18 Chas. Freeman, "

19 David Freeman, "

20 V. Freeman, "

21 Wm. Chamberlin, "

22 George 'ry'^^"' "

23 Wm. Chamberlin, "



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Paid No.

24 Chas. Tyler, for labor on highway

25 Wm. Freeman, . "

26 S. R. Freeman, "

27 Wilber Freeman, "

28 Eben Pierce, "

29 Geo. Blaisdell, "

30 Chas. Freeman, "

31 Wilber Freeman, "

32 Isaac Sherburne, "
;^;^ Levi Capen, "

34 Geo. Willey,

35 Dennis J. Brown, "



36 Eben and Oliver Blaisdell,

37 Fred Tyler. "
3S Wm. Chamberlin, "

39 Hiram Tyler,

40 J. F. Sherburne, "

41 Wm. Chamberlin, ''

42 John Q. A. Swain, " " 1890 to date

43 A. S. Gilman, "

44 LeanderHanscom,"
35 A. S. Gilman, "

46 G. E. Blaisdell, "

47 Eben Capen, '' " men and

horses

48 N. C. Gault, labor on highway to date

49 Stephen A. Boston, labor on highway over

his tax

50 George Drew, labor on highway in 1890. . . .

51 G. O. A. Chesley,

52 Thomas McRae, " " ....

53 Geo. E. Blaisdell, " " ....



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54 Wm. H. Willey, labor on highway in '90. . . ,

55 Eben Capen, " " • • • •

56 Freeman Varney, work on Ikewster bridge. .

57 Levi Howard, " " " • •

58 George C. Watson, for stone, sharpening tools

and labor on Locke bridge

59 Rodney Cross, for repairing tools in 1890. . .

60 Benjamin A. Waterhouse, cutting bushes • ■ . .

61 George Bradford, " " ....

62 Peter Rollins, " " ....

63 Emery Howard, " " ....

64 R. B. Tibbetts,

65 Oliver Blaisdell, labor on highway

66 George W. Young, labor on Swain road 4 50

67 Levi Howard, labor on Cater and Howard

roads 10 50

68 Freeman Varney, labor on Cater and Howard

roads 25 00

69 D. A. Seavey, labor on Howard road i 2 00

70 A. J. Felker, " " 9 00

71 S. F. Jewell, labor on Howard road 10 50

72 George Gilpatrick, labor on Cater road 9 00

73 Stephen A. Boston, " " 1 ' 75

74 George W. Young, " " 3 00

75 Charles F. Boston, " " 9 00

76 George W. Jackson, " " 1 50

77 H. F. Cater, labor on Cater road with oxen 31 50

78 Thomas McRae, labor on Swain and Canaan

roads 750

79 L. F. Swain, labor on Bumfagin road 26 c o

80 S. R. Freeman, labor on Wildcat, Young, and

lUmnfagin roads -5 5"



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8 1 L. F. Swain, cash paid for board of teams,

and labor on highway in '90 $20 00

82 James Cole, labor on highway and feeding

team on road machine 875

83 William H. Gray, overwork on highway 2 53

84 James M. Locke, plank, timber, and labor on

Locke bridge 9232

85 I), v. Caldwell, labor on highway, and plank

furnished in '90

86 James M. Locke, plank furnished town in '90

87 Freeman Varney, labor of oxen on highway. .
88

89 S. F. Jewell, labor of man and oxen on Locke

bridge

90 Freeman Varney, labor of man and oxen on

Trickey bridge

91 Daniel A. Seavey, labor of oxen on Trickey

bridge

92 Freeman Varney, labor of oxen on Trickey

bridge

93 J. S. Oilman, labor of man and oxen on Trick-

ey bridge

94 Joseph W. Ham, labor, stone, damage and

board of teams at work on Trickey
bridge

95 (). 15. Haley, grain furnished teams at Trickey

bridge

96 Isaac J. Cater, work on stone for Locke bridge

97 C. H. Cater, work on stone for Locke bridge

98 Henry D. Corson, " "

99 George W. Young, labor on Locke bridge. . .
100 Henry D. Corson, " "



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lor George W. Young, labor on Locke bridge. . .

I02 Lorenzo D. Arlin, " " ...

103

104 Charles Ayers, labor on Locke bridge

105 Joseph Gray, labor on Trickey bridge

106 Levi Howard, labor on stone for Locke bridge

107 Jonathan F. Berry, drags, use of derrick, and

setting up the same at Trickey bridge . .

108 L. F. Swain, labor on Trickry bridge

109 Freeman Varney, labor on Trickey bridge . .

1 10 J. S. Gilman, labor on Trickey bridge. • ■ ....

111 C. D. Perkins, labor on Trickey bridge

112 Isaac H. Young, labor on Trickey bridge . . .

113 C. H. Cater,
114

115 Joseph Gray, " "

1 16 G. B. Haley, labor on bridge and cash paid out

117 Aaron F. Corson, labor on Trickey bridge. . .

118 Geo. O. A. Chesley, " " "...

119 David H. Young, " " "...

120 " " " " "...

121 Thomas McRae, " " "...

122 James M. Locke, labor on highway with road

machine 50 00

123 L. F. Swain, labor on highway with road

machine 20 00

124 James M. Locke, labor on highway with road

machine 50 00

125 L. F. Swain, labor on highway with road

machine 30 00

126 James M. Locke, labor on highway with road

machine 50 00



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127 Lewis N. Smith, work on road machine

128 James M. Locke, " "

129 L. F. Swain, ' " "

i.^o W. E. Waterhouse, labor of cattle on road

machine

131 James \l. Locke, work on road machine. . . .

132 ' ....

133 W. E. Waterhouse, services and time at

Trickey Bridge 2 2 00

134 Thomas McRae, for labor on Trickey Bridge

in '90 14 25

135 John L. Critchett, for overwork of tax in '90 15 16
T36 William Spendlove, for overwork highway tax

in '90 3 63

137 Abbie J. Batchelder, labor on the highway in

'90 3 25

138 C. E. Smith, labor on the highway in '90. ... 28 50

139 George W. Young, labor on Howard road so

called 7 50

140 Richard B. Tebbetts, labor on highway to

May 29, '90

141 John T. Whitehouse, labor on highway in '90

142 George W. Morrison, " "

143 Charles H. Seavey, " "

144 Charles Tyler, " "

145 David Freeman, " "

146 Valentine Freeman, " "

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