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Maeeied ■ { -^' '.


88716


50


2317


11995


10797


7614


4080


1616


296


Widowed -{^jijl


921
2676


4


4
26


87
149


132
396


215
599


23-1
667


181
496


78
211


89996


380


4074


13637


10722


6818


3191


1081


152






















Widowed -{^T-




















X9 Kile End Old




















3338


1


37


254


467


687


774


779


349


To'wn:




















10969


5


86


748


1636


2407


3733


2370


1084










































UN MAEEIED - ( p "


9090


3895


2639


1684


463


243


104


67


16


8 Islington:




















9721


4034


3894


1715


660


433


282


104


69


Unmaeeied-|^^- '_


23184


8878


7057


4906


1219


608


390


144


43


Maeeied -|^- ;


16772


85


1169


5269


4824


3327


1740


607


111


32817


11299


8791


6690


2661


1658


1088


672


218


17597


197


1987


5982


4605


2988


1381


391


68


Maeeied -lyif '.


36199


42


2124


11680


10173


7013


3668


1876


284


Widowed -{^\:^^


1262




10


101


195


288


285


248


135


S7140 848 1


3720


12866


9977


6275


3889


909


161


4687




80


290


657


990


1110


986


524


Widowed -[-IJifi^^


2829




31


246


412


660


644


584


322


20 Poplar:




















9686


8


66


661


1331


2080


2487


2169


994


TjKMAEEIED-lp " ^


13288


5817


8808


2828


741


852


143


70


21


9 Hackney:




















9736


4751


2404


1881


520


328


211


127


34


Unmaeeied - 1 ^" "


12937
21880


5243
7863


3818
6696


2583
4281


656
1710


884
1106


176
680


92
871


86
175


Maeeied -[^- ^


21195
31846


19
220


1214
3814


6482
7362


6211
6228


4398
3735


2066
1508


064
412


153
07


Maeeied -{^\ '.


19701
20418


15
145


951
1770


5811
6601


5428
6634


4162
3783


2161
1815


964
644


219
136


Widowed -{^j';,;


1726

4322


i


9
31


152

297


282
677


368
937


386
976


338
861


201
453


Widowed -{^H


1719
5770


2
2


10
20


138
343


234
783


333
1162


837
1427


421
1827


254
766


SVS.-B.Ji'X (part of).
SOUTH DISTRICTS.




















CENTBAZ DISTRICTS.




















ZXSt.SavlourSoutb-




















10 St. "S-Ues:




















wark:




















Unmaeeied - 1 J ■


7660


2452


1986


1746


692


436


232


97


19


Utf MAEEIED -[ p' \


20397


8069


5814


3979


1259


717


395


137


37


8008


2629


3108


1842


719


893


286


141


40


18054


7422


4887


3171


1314


829


540


294


97


Maeeied -{^' !


9092


36


527


2558


2540


1971


1000


401


69


Maeeied - lyf '.


31863


51


2160


9864


8941


6120


3321


1180


236


9302


120


976


3043


2541


1631


743


213


88


32565


880


3631


10969


8693


5489


2510


777


137


Widowed -{^ij"


1046


1


6


60


164


247


370


328


76


CWr -

Widowed -[-vv-i^.


2881




19


318


466


627


694


609


258


2800




11


199


508


674


704


433


334


8301


5


55


567


1254


1836


3058


1706


831






















22 St. Clave Soutli-




















XI Strand:




















wark:




















Unjiaeeied - !!?■• ■


7312


2014


3075


1908


700


388


1S7


61


14


Unmaeeied - 1 p ■ '


13494


5805


8970


2485


709


292


147


68


18


6314


2065


1698


1431


548


819


158


86


15


10208


4767


3481


1610


637


840


221


118


34


Maeeied -|^^- ;


7008


4


366


1761


1986


1664


880


298


49


Maeeied -|-w'. .


22762


30


1416


7377


6329


4496


2193


795


127


6789


75


635


3091


1889


1314


607


156


83


22800


218


2426


7713


6205


3949


1744


479


73


Widowed - ( ^''•,'


720




4


53


114


182


192


126


60


CWr -
Widowed -l-vp-ij.


1785


1


19


139


380


360


436


391


169


(.Wid.


2191


i


8


161


383


576


527


390


146


4946


5


86


386


734


1093


1258


1030


469



The Table is read tluis:-ln tlio Siipfriiitendiiit Rcpcistrar's District of Keiisiii!;ton there were, of the a^e of 16 years and upwards, 28,854 IJacliolors 60 626 Spinstera,
1,"15 IIusl)aniN, Ki,r,ts Whls, iisjAViil, «rrs, aiiil 1),077 Widow;;. Of tl:e T;;icliel"rs in.'j:i2 wore :wA 15 and under 20 years,— 8,706 aged 30 and under 25 years— 6 287 aged
.) Mild uii'ler -'JO .■, rurs,— and so on. The siinio modi; of readiiii,- applies also lo tliu mnrricil and u-uli'icei'. ' '



London.]



Civil condition of the people.



Table 8. — Civil Condition of Persons aged 15 Years and upwaeds-

'DiSTiucTH— continued.



Table 9. — Ages of Husbands and their Wives in combination.
DIVISION L— LONDON.



11



-In Superintendent Registrars'



SCPEEINTENDElfT
EEaiaiEAES' DiSTKIOTB.


Total.


15-


20-


25-


35-


45-


55-


65-


75
and
upw".


SuPERINTENDElfT

EEaisTRAM' Districts.


Total.


15-


20-


25-


35-


45-


55-


65-


and
upw«.


SUEREY {part of)—
cont.




















KEWT (part of).




















SOUTH mSTRICTS-
cont.




















SOUTH BISTBICTS—
cont.




















23 Iiambetb:




















26 Greenwich:




















Unmarried | p • '


21925
28615


8458
10047


6635

7405


4686
6801


1283
2369


677
1416


290

878


120
509


27
300


Unmarried [Jf- ;


10193
11960


4318
4B36


2863
3065


1895
2167


610
910


833

665


177
334


^o;(


21.
M4


MaRKIED -lT/if\ I


S6646
87489


56
858


2168
3857


11720
12957


10112
9881


7009
6294


8760
3019


1637
1036


388
143


Married -f^' I


17174
17938


21
141


876
1667


4901
6703


4769
4979


3581
3374


2001
1565


7!lll


236
105


Widowed -{^-'j;;


292S
9521


2


16
63


241,
612


415
1828


667
3016


646
2339


713
3217


330
960


Widowed -{^j',^;


1469
4616




11
30


91

278


177
571


269
938


888
1163


.'iis
1012


215
004


2'4 Wandswortli:




















27 Iiewlstaam:




















f M
UNMABEIED 1 jj ■


12668
18081


5038
6013


8689

4485


2640
8993


720
1629


369

93-t


177

684


107

297


28
121


Unmarried (p ■ '


6194
11159


1980
3886


1638
8160


1116
2673


301
983


180
513


68
297


V)
162


13

43


Married -[^_ I


20903
21367


18
113


1087
1914


6460
7207


60B8
6182


4181
8669


2098
1641


876
660


179
92


Married -{^' I


7688
7994


4
45


300
634


2368
2726


3187
2122


1685
1409


920
763


381
266


93
39


CWr -

■Widowed -[yf^^^


1596
4638


2


7
23


184
391


319
662


278
961


392
1130-


362

1U62


214
B27


WIDOWED -{^j;j;


626
2305


i


4
18


62
166


80
398


101

408


161
642


136
511


92
261


25 Camberwell;




















28 'Woolwicb :




















Unmarried |p • ;;


10662
16081


4558
6741


8043
4035


1962
8116


688
1811


291
879


143
60S


68
338


16
156


Unmarried [j ' ^


11477
6804


4856
3880


3407
1768


2667
1271


774
881


228

248


109
15]


38
98


18


MAItKIED -^^ '_


18310
190.M


21
151


934
1786


6518
6348


6182
6236


8662
3330


1933
1698


845
653


216
97


Married -(^' 1


12706
13086


10
138


606
131B


8731
4312


3870
8621


2601
2349


1305
1037


467
300


109
03


Widowed -{^[j]


1617
4991


1


8
27


108
268


212
646


801
1031


350
1333


379
1195


263
608


Widowed -{^j^;


884
2717




3
31


62
204


134
420


195
690


202
066


176
003


113
303







16

*














AGE OF WIFE.






Husbands

whose Wives

were resident

with them.


'.0 J^t^


Ms?,


Years of Age.


-


16-


17-


18-


19-


- 20-


21.24


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55- 60-


65-


70-


7.5-


80-


85-


90-


95-


100
and
upw'




r 15-








2












.
















•1












2




2




16-




















.


































.




.




17-




2




5




3


4








































16




16




18-




2


11


28


1


) 13


14


3






,
































80


71


131




19-


1


2


52


113


11


i 93


87


12


4


2


1
































480


112


623




20-


6


• 5


48


189


40


5 437


559


18i


28


6




3






























1881


258


2139




21-


1


23


135


669


168


i 3123


16293


5224


677


111


37


6


9


8




2


1




















28803


1862


3illii3




25-


4


8


54


254


64


) 1807


30811


49112


10117


1475


288


63


24


9


2


1






















75669


3975


79811


M

TO


30-


1


2


12


68


14


J 467


6108


27662


38224


9498


1977


338


101


28


7


2


2


1
















84636


41Sl


89110


35-


2


2


4


11


6


! 13;i


1660


9138


33703


31018


8648


1681


321


64


27


5


8


2
















76371


4262


S;)03'i


40-


2


1


1


12


L


! 06


613


8041


9710


20989


27491


7065


1710


299


93


16


6


1
















71081


4171


733 >2


w-

O


45-






1


6


(


i 20


265


1307


3363


8230


16310


19933


6033


1183


235


50


15




1














56868


.•;05i


60319


60-






1






7


123


491


1528


8088


7591


18294


16704


4166


1115


176


69


11


6


1










48314


3642


61830


65-






2


1




4


54


164


609


1122


3459


4883


8918


9496


2907


613


118


23


6












81280


3308


33048


%


60-










]




26


91


296


626


1286


1916


4288


5712


6969


1675


432


68


30


2










23269


2173


23441


66-














1


12


49


112


189


419


782


1826


2223


:j-169


3406


871


206


33


6










18108


1313


14 U3




70-
















8


4


33


89


69


198


295


686


806


1633


1868


1714


372


69


6










7626


859


8183




75-


















1


6


18


27


64


89


176


278


365


636


608


619


87


17






1


2857


387


3311




80-




















6


9


3


16


31


62


69


127


145


196


208


121


15


3


1


1


1000


131


1131




85-
























2




7


11


16


27


22


39


48


88


9


2


1




228


31


231




90-










.






.




1




1


2


1


1


2


1


6


11


2


6


3


1


.




37


7


4.1




96-
























.


1


1


1




1


1


2


1


1


1




1




11




11




100
^ & upwards


}

























































Wives whose
Husbands were
resident with
them

Wives whose
Husbands were
absent


IS
7


47
23


321
67


1351
165


309;
36(1


6535
483


46636
4196


87368
7354


88330
7366


76256
6337


66657
5908


60383
4879


40313
4336


34374
3767


16868
2231


8513
1216


1126
664


1481
266


387
93
179


60

23


7
8


3
3
6


2


628106


SS6S2


6567SS


323106 Wives whose Husli.mds
were resident with tlium.

48515 Wines whose Husbands
were absent.


To




al of Wives
numerated -


}26


70


378


1516


344S


7018


50831


94712


96686


33593


72566


66061


44648


27141


19099


9739


4780


173


6


8


8


1


5


3,


571621 T
rat


3tal of Wi\
fid.


Es emune-



* In the few instances in which persons described as man'ied have been returned at any a^e binder 15, they have been classified In this Table of Ages of Husbands and
Wives with tlie persons aged 16 and under 16 years.



JVofe.— The Table_ read vertically shows the number of Wives at each age, with the ages of their Husbands :— Tlius, in London 3 Wives of the age of 25 and under 30

■ " ■ igeof26.

tbe age of 25 and under 30 years had Wives



years had Husbands aged 18 ; 12 liad Husbands aged 19 ; 134 had Husbands aged 20 ; 6,334 had Husbands aged 31 and under tlic age of 26.

Efiad Iwrizontally the Table shows the number o^ Husbands at eacli aae, with the ages of tlieir Wives :— TIius, 4 Husbands of
aged 16 ; 8 had wives aged 10 ; 64 had Wives aged 17 ; 254 had Wives aged 18.

At all ages 623,100 Husbands and 623,106 Wives were enumerated as residing together on the night of the Census.

There were also 33,682 Husbands whose Wives were absent (i.e., the Wives were not returned in the same houses as their Husbands), making in all 556,788 Hnshinds
enumerated; and 48,515 Wives whose Husbands were absent (i.e., the Husbands were not returned in the same houses as their Wives), making a tot.al of 571,021 Wives
enumerated in the Division.

B 2



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



[Drv.



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.
DIVISION I.— LONDON.



Table 10.— Occi.'pations of AIales and Females, distuiguishing those under 20 Years of Age from those of

20 Years and upivards — In Classes, Orders, and Sub-Orders.*



Classes, Orders, and Sub-Oedeks.



All Ages.



Pjsesoxs



Males.



Females.



Under 2ii Yeaks
or Age.



Males. Females.



20 Yeaks op Age

AND UP WAIiPS.

Males. Ifehiales.



a:lz. Fsitson's



CLASSES.



I. PKOFESSIOSTAX. CX,ASS

II. IJOmSSTIC CXiASS ....

IZZ. COISXSXHRCIAI. CZiASS ...
IV. AGRICVXiTTrRAI. CZiASS ....

V. ZNIiVSTRIASi CZ.ilSS . -

VI. IWDEPISIITE A2)T3> TTOBT-PSlOXSTrCTIVS CI.ASS



Class I.



Class ZI.



Class IZZ.



Class ZV. .



r 1.

2.
3.



9:.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

rio.



11.



Class V. J



12.
13.
13:.

LIS.
le.

17.



Class VI.



I 18.



OHDEIIS.

Persons engaged in the General or Local Governjiknt of the

Countri/
Persons engaged in the Defence of the Countri/
Persons engaged in the Learned Proeessioxs ni- in Lite-
rature, Art, and Science (with their immediate Sub-
ordinates)
Wives and Wojien engaged generally in Household Duties

but assisting in certain cases in the Husbands' Business
Persons engaged in entertaining, and performhuj Personal

Offices for Man ' .

Persons who buy or sell, keep or lend Money, Houses, or

Goods o/vARiou.s Kinds
Persons engaged in the Conveyance of Men, Animals, Goods,

and Messages
Persons possessing or working the Land, and engaged in growing

Grain, Fruits, Grasses, Anijials, and oilier Products
Persons engaged about Animals - - - _

Per.sons engaged in Art and Mechanic Productions, in which

Matters of various kinds are used in combination
Persons working and dealing iu the Textile Fabrics and in
Dress - - - . _

Persons working and dealing in Food and Drinks
Persons working and dealing in Amm^ix Substances
Persona worlang and dealing in Vegetable Substances
Persons working and dealing in Minerals
L.\B0UKERS and others — Branch of labour undefined
Persons of Ranic or Property not returned under any Office

or Occupation - '_

Scholars axd Children not engaged in any directly Pro-
ductive Occupation



SUB-OEDEES.



Order

Sub-Order
1. 1. Officers of National Government

2. Otticers of Local Government

3. Officers of East India and Colonial Government



Class Z.



2.



3.



1. Army

2. Navy



1. Clergymen, Ministers, and Others connected with Religio

2. Lawyers and Law St:itioners

3. Physicians, Snrgeons, and Druggists -

4. Authors, Literary Persons, and Students

5. Artists

6. Musicians

7. Actors

8. Teachers

9. Scientific Persons



Class zz.



4. 1. AVives and others mainly engaged in Household Duties
2. Wives assisting generally in'their Husbands' Business



L



1. Engaged in Board and Lodging

2. Attendants (Domestic Servants, &c.)



3,254,260



146,502
944,741
220,971
28,697
725,695
,187,654



31,942
18,464



96,096
630,030
314,711

86,957

134,014

15,790
12,907

239,785

269,923
89,286
17,356
43,C41
65,704

122,161

34,853
1,030,640



18,854

12,613

475



16,297
2,167



5,962

13,916

10,.349

27,185

6,908

6,392

2,625

20,556

2,203



597,802
32,228



22,720
291,991



1,523,151



107,130
52,611

211,118
26,834

504,772

620,686



1,731,109



30,351
18,464

58,315

52,611

78,200

132,918

14,051
12,783

219,064

93,831
80,634
13,533
34,203
63,417
108,379

5,840

506,467



17,810

12,060

475



16,297
2,167

4,163
13,875
9,851
12,413
6,056
3,680
1,647
4,445
2,185



13,801
38,810



39,372

892,130

9,853

1,863

220,923

566,968



680,358



1,591

37,781

630,030

262,100

8,757

1,096

1,739
124

20,721

176,092
8,652
3,823
9,348
2,287
13,782

29,013

524,173



1,038
553



1,799

41

498

14,772

852

2,712

978

16,111

18



597,802
32,228



8,919
253,181



19,110

8,694

44,820

2,792

73,746

531,196



708,690



2,959
2,113

14,038

8,694

14,089

30,731

1,071
1,721

30,574

12,640

13,545

2,088

0,211

8,688

24,644

85

506,467



2,762

185

12

1,896
217



63
2,069
965
8,970
662
308
147
717
137



819

8,375



18,079

118,853

1,275

178

40,603

629,702



415

17,664

44,524

74,329

843

432

162
16

.5,649

27,976
1,557
1,210
3,099
512
5,185

344

524,173



406
9



17

7

74

13,987

118

442

207

2,809

3



44,278
246

320
74,009



842,793



88,020

43,917
166,298

24,042
431,026

89,490



27,392
16,351



44,277

43,917

64,111

102,187

12,980
11,062

188,490

81,191
67,089
11,445
28,082
54,729
83,735

• 5,755



15,054

11,875

463



14,401
1,950



4,100
11,806
8,886
3,443
5,394
3,372
1,600
3,728
2,048



13,482
30,435



' The cln-isification of Occupations adopted in 1871 is essentiallv identical wiHi Hnt r,fi Ml rm,„ i -4.- t-

The chanse has had the effect of brinBinR now into Class II., Order "Xwomcn(W?ve|-Wirl^^^ "i^''' ^l™''""^ 1™'?°'"'?"?.'' """"■ i" Cl'asses II. and TI

nnloyed m household duties. In 1801 the Wives of Innkeenf.r.P,;w L,:?''^"5i>:L'^S!^Z'?°''^S'I^™5lite.'-s- °i- others) whp have no specified oe,.„™(T.,yi„



no speciaed occupation are mainly employed in Household an^Sl^Dut^es [hey Ire aU



the same orders (namely, 6, 6, », ii, anu iz; as their Husbands, svhom thev nftcn looiS :,, v,„„: * ^' y^^-' ■/ rv'~; "'

with surh Wives. As it may be assumed the great majority ofwimeiiy"""-? - '^^^^ """^ *^'^''-' ™"^*.b« borne in

classed t'li^ether in these Tables,



Clis^i VI. now comprises Persons whose occupations are indefinite or not st.i)-ori Pn,.on^„ „<• t> it. i i x

,_.,_, .,__i, _,,_ ,.„_ „ , .,' , „',^..';"io'"ui.e 01 not stated, i'ersons of Rank or Property not returned ui.uBr any omcp nr- „„„„, <.- , o, ,. .

"• " ' - ' not returned as engaged in any directly productive occuZtion °™"^^*'0". ^"'1 S"''"!"™

d bchola.rs of airp« 'l/i anA um/tai'ds nvn n/Mir i^ r<i„,.„ r ^ ,'



and (Jhildren under the age of IS. Thus Scholars and Children under the a«e of 15
Order 18 ; whereas in 1801. they were grouped under Class II., Order 4
inrluded in Class II.



under any office

Students and Schoteof ws'« ™(5'«7iiar^raii''™w ta™te ^?™Jg u''""^

WiththeforegoingexceptionsnochangesofimportancehavebeenmadeinthevariousSub-Orders.Orders.andClassesoftheclassiflcation'of i8ei ' " ' '''^ ^'"^
Note. — The number of persons referred to the particular Classes Ordp™ <.r,,i o„i, n„i 4 i i j. i t . , "'i oi loui.

included therein ; for example, in addition to the persons returned hi Class IV Ord™ 8 mSlv'ne"r°,nm''cnnnPctPrt l'Sh?h'\ *''? ^"^'^ »«"'*<''• foUomng the Occupation.

under othei-heads according to the Occupations in which they a^e pri^ciially cngS^d Se^ffi pp? 14 and 15 ''^ ""* ""' '^"""^ "' P'-oprietors or Occ'l.pters Se ?lS



London.]



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



18



LONDON — continued.



Table 10. — Occupations of Males and Females, distinguisliing those under 20 Years of Age from those of
20 Years and upwards — In Classes, Orders, and Sub-orders — continued.











XJndek 20 Yeaes


20 Yeaes of Ase




Classes, Oedbks, anb Sde-Okdebs.








OF ASE.


AND UPWARDS.




PEE80N3. 1


Males, j


Females.


Maxes. 1


Females.


Males. JFemales.


Order 1


















Sdb-Oedee


















■ 6. 1. Mercantile Persons - - . . -


64,780


63,069


1,711


11,711


199


51,358


1,512




2. Other General Dealers . - -


22,177


15,131


7,046


2,378


644


12,753


6,402




7. 1. Carriers on Railways


14,273


14,236


37


1,832


2


12,404


35


Class XTI.J


2. „ on Roads


40,013


39,878


135


3,386


4


36,492


131




3. „ on Canals and Rivers


6,576


6,564


12


884


2


5,680


10




4. „ on Seas and Rivers


24,309


24,263


46


2,731





21,532


46




5. Engaged in Storage


12,618


12,104


514


1,979


174


10,125


340




6. Messengers and Porters


36,225


35,873


352


19,919


250


15,964


102


,


' 8. 1. Agriculturists - -


5,660


4,483


1,177


330


89


4,153


1,088




2. Arboriculturists - '


8


5


3


1


1


4


2


Class IV.,


3. Horticulturists - -


10,122


9,563


559


740


72


8,823


487




9. Persons engaged about Animals . - .


12,907


12,783


124


1,721


16


11,062


108




"10. 1. Workers and Dealers in Books ...


35,304


29,308


5,996


7,961


2,191


21,347


3,805




2. „ „ Musical Instruments


5,760


5,559


201


1,034


32


4,525


169




3. „ „ Prints and Pictures


3,28«


3,080


208


428


42


2,652


166




4. „ „ Carving and Figures -


6,872


2,483


4,389


432


1,564


2,051


2,825




5. „ „ Tackle for Sports and Games


1,835


1,280


555


206


106


1,074


449




6. „ „ Designs, Medals, and Dies


2,106


2,017


89


■424


34


1,593


55




7. „ „ Watches and Philosophical Instru-


















ments - -


7,464


7,805


159


898


30


6,407


129




8. „ „ Surgical Instruments


759


590


169


115


25


475


144




9. „ „ Arms


2,520


1,399


1,121


236


681


1,163


440




10. „ „ Machines and Tools -


17,082


16,862


220


2,277


53


14,585


167




11. „ „ Carriages


8,640


8,492


148


770


12


7,722


136




12. „ „ Harness


3,904


3,748


156


457


37


3,291


119




13. „ „ Ships . - .


6,171


6,135


36


583


8


5,552


28




14. „ „ Houses and Buildings


106,654


103,539


3,115


10,821


59


92,718


3,056




1.5. „ „ Furniture


26,387


23,214


3,173


3,229


466


19,985


2,707




16. „ „ Chemicals


5,039


4,053


986


703


309


3,350


677




11. 1. Workers and Dealers in Wool and Worsted


2,655


2,316


339


271


70


2,045


269




2. „ „ Silk


6,629


3,637


2,992


291


415


3,346


2,577




3. „ „ Cotton and Plax


2,398


1,123


1,275


161


246


962


1,029




4. „ „ Mixed Materials


23,991


14,221


9,770


3,193


3,030


11,028


6,740




5. „ „ Dress


230,712


70,164


160,548


8,170


23,901


61,994


136,647




6. „ „ Hemp and other Fibrous Materials
12. 1. Workers and Dealers in Animal Food


3,538


2,370


1,168


554


314


1,816


854




28,997


26,672


2,325


4,769


288


21,903


2,037




2. „ „ Vegetable Food


28,169


24,493


3,676


3,753


737


20,740


2,939




3. „ „ Drinks and Stimulants




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