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June 1881.



Description of Property.



1,576/ 8«. Id. 3 per cent.
Reduced Annuities.



300/. loan at 5 per cent.



Names of Tenants.



The master and keepers or
wardens and commonalty of
the mystery or art of ln»n-
mongers, Ix>ndon.

G. J. Tupp -



Net annual
Income.



Sums received.






£ 8. d,

47 6 10



15



62 5 10



£ 8, d.
47 5 10



15



62 5 10



2. Balance^in hand and Receipts on account of the Charity during the year ending 30th June 1881.



1880.

July 1

1881.

June 30



To balance

„ income and revenue



£ «. d,
44 5 8

62 5 10



106 11 6



3. Payments on account of the Charity during the year.




By trustees of Prison Charities •

„ St. Thomas's Hospital

,. Christ's Hospital

„ St. Bartholomew's Hospital •

„ poor maids -

„ Merton College

„ St. Peter's College -

„ Bishop Stortford

„ ward beadles

„ Ironmongers' Company

„ S. A. Beck, costs

„ balance



£ 8.


d.


4 8


7


4 8


7


4 8


7


4 8


7


4 8


7


2 4


3


2 4


3


2 4


8


11 1


5


4 8


7


12 8


6


49 17


4


106 11


6



4. An Account of all Moneys owing to or from the Charity, so far as conveniently may be stated, at the close of the

Year.



1881.
July 1



Moneys owing to the

Charity, and from what

Persons, and un what

Accounts.



To balance



£ 8. d.
49 17 4



Outstanding Debts or

LiabiHties of the Charity,

and to what Persons, and

on what Accounts.



None.



£ 8. d.



I {or we) hereby certify that the foregoing statements are correct.

(Signed) Saml. Whiting, Master.



Dated the 13th day of February 1882.



wrBlvi-N^'"""''} Warden,, jl^"^-
S. Adams Bbck, Clerk.
Observations. — As before.



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543



Statembnt of the Accounts of the Charity called William Rigos', in the Parish of All Hallows Staining, in the

City of London.

1. Gross Income arising or due from the Endowments of the Charity for the year ending on the dOth day of

June 1881.



Description of Property.



Names of Tenants.



2,000/. 3 per cent. Re-
dnccd Annuities.



The master and keepers or
wardens and commonalty of
the mystery or art of Iron-
mongers, London.



£



Net annual
Income.



£ s. d.
60



60



Sums received.



£ 8. d.
60



60



2. Balances in hand and Receipts on account of the Charity during the year ending 30th June 1881.



1880.

July 1

1881.

June 30



To halance

„ income and revenue
„ pension repaid



£ s.


d.


59 17


8


60





1 7


6


121 4


8



3. Payments on account of the Charity during the year.



1881.
Jane 30



By cash to pensioners -
„ S. A. Beck, costs

,, balance



£


9,


d.


59


17


2


1


19


10


59


7


8.


121


4


8



4. An Account of all Moneys owing to or from the Charity, so far as conveniently may be stated, at the close of the

Year.



1881.
July 1



Moneys owing to the

Charity, and m>m what

Persons, and on what

Aocounts.



To balance



£ 8. d,
59 7 8



Outstanding Debts or

Liabilities of the Charity,

and to what Persons, and

on what Accounts.



None.



£ s, d.



I (or we) hereby certify that the foregoing statements are correct.

(Signed) Saml. Whiting, Master.



Dated the 13th day of February 1882.



WmTevan^'"'''''''} Wardens. JTrustees.
S. Adams Bbck, CIdrk.
Observations, — As before.



Statsm snt of the Accounts of the Charity called Thomas Hallwood's, in the Parish of All Hallows Staining,

in the City of London.

3. Payments on account of the Charity during the year ending 30th June 1881.



1881.
June 80



By cash to A. U. Jones, Exhibition
„ £. C. Harding „
„ N. Qermon „

„ C. B. CoUyns „



£ 8. d,

4

4

4

4



16



I (or we) hereby certify that the foregoing statements are correct.

(Signed) Saml. Whiting, Master. ]

Francis J. Barron.I ^ , V Trustees.
Wm. B«van, I wardens. J

Dated the 13th day of February 1882. S. Adams Bkck, Clerk.

Observations, — As before.



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CITY OF LONDON LIVERY COMPANIES COMMISSION J



Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called Thomas LE\vEN't>, in the ParUh of All Hallows Staiuinsr, in

the City of l^ondon.

3. Payments on account of the Charity during the year ending 30th June 1881.



1881.
June 30



By cash to Pensioners -

,, Spenser, ExhibitioP

„ Fawcett „





£ 8.


d.


.


1 6


8


_


2 10





_


2 10


t


-


2 10





£


8 16


8



I {or we) nereby certify that the foregoing statements are correct.

(Signed) Saml. Whiting, Master.



Dated the 13th day of February 1882.



Saml. Whiting, Master. 1

Francis J. Barron, \w„-h^„, } Trustees.
Wm. Sevan, | wardens. J



S. Adams Beck, Clerk.



Observations. — As before.



Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called William Chace*8, in the Parish of All Hallows Staining,

in the City of London.

3. Payments on account of the Charity during the year ending 30th June 1881.



1881.
June 30



By cash to chaplain



£ 8. d,
10

10



I (or we) hereby certify that the foregoing statements are correct.

(Signed) Saml. Whiting, Master.



Dated the 13th day of February 1882.



Saml. Whiting, Master. ]

Francis J. Barron, l«r ,^ „ I Trustees.
Wm. Blvan, '[Wardens. J



S. Adams Beck, Clerk.



Observations, — As before.



Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called Nathaniel Loane's, in the Parish of All Hallows Staining,

in the City of London.

1. Gross Income arising or due from the Endowments of the Charity for the year ending on the 30th day of

June 1881.



Description of Property.



Names of Tenants.



One-twelfth part or share of two mes-
suages or tenements, and premises
No. 23 and 24, Old Bailey.



Palish officers of St. Se-
pulchre.



Net annual
Income.



£ s. d.
27 10 3



27 10 3



Sums received.



£ ». d.
27 10 3



27 10 8



2 Balances in hand and Receipts on account of the Charity during the year ending 30th June 1881.



1880.

July 1

1881.

June 80



To balance
„ income and revenue



£ 8. d.
37 17 6

27 10 3



65 7 9



3. Payments on account of the Charity during the year.



1881.
Juue 30



By cash to Pensioners -
„ S. A. Beck, costs

„ Balance



£ 8. d.

37 17 6

8 2 2

19 8 1

65 7 9



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545



4. An Account of all Moneys owing to or from the Chanty, so far as conveniently may be stated, at the close of

the Year.



1881.
July I



Moneys owing to the
Charity, and from what '
Persons, and on what
Accounts.



Outstanding Debts or

Liabilities of the Charity,

and to what Persons, and

on what Accounts.



To balance



£ 8. d.
19 8 1



None.



> Trustees.



I (or we) hereby certify that the foregoing statements are correct.

(Signed) Saml. Whiting, Master.

Francis J. Barron, 1^^ \r
Wm. Bbvan, / wardens, j

St Adams Beck, Clerk*

Observations. — ^As before.



Dated the 13th day of February 1882.



Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called John Sampson's, in the Parish of All Hallows Staining, in the

City of London.

1. — Gross Income arising or due from the Endowments of the Charity for the year ending on the 30th day of

June 1881.



Description of
Property.


Names of Tenantj«.


Gross

yearly

Income.


Descriptions

of Outgoings or

Deductions.


Amount.


Net
annual
lucome.


Arrears
due at
com-
mence-
ment of
Account.


Sums
received.


Arrears

due at

close of

Account.


A rentcharge arising
out of a freehold
messuage or tene-
ment and premises
at Marlborough, in
the county of Wilts.


Lord Aylesbury -


£ 8. d.
6


Land Tax

A


& 8. c/.
1 4


£ 5. d,
4 16


£ «. d.
1 4


£ 8, d.
4 16


£ 8. d,
14




1 4


4 16


1 4


4 16


1 4



3. Payments on account of the Charity during the year ending 30th June 1881.



1881.
June 30.



By cash to Pensioners



£ 8. d,
4 16



4 16



I {or we) hereby certify that the foregoing statements are correct.

(Signed) Saml. Whiting, Master. "j

Francis J. Barron, \«r^^^^„ V Trustees.
Wm. Bevan, 'I Wardens. J

Dated the 13th day of February 1882. S. Adams Beck, Clerk.

Observations, — As before.



Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called Peter Blundell's, in the Parish of All Hallows^ Staining, in

the City of London.

3. Payments on account of the Charity during the year ending 30th June 1881. '



1881.
June 30



By cash to the Commissioners of Prison Charities



£ 8. d.

2

2



I {or we) hereby certify that the foregoing statements are correct.

(Signed) Saml. Whiting, Master. "j

Francis J. Barron, \ ^]ir.^^^„ > Trustees.
Wm. Bevan, I Wardens. J

Dated the 13th day of February 1882. S. Adams Beck, Clerk.

Observations. — As before.



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CITY OF LONDON LIVERY COMPANIES COMMISSION:



Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called William West wood's, in the Parish of All Hallows Stainiofif.

in the City of London.

1. — Gvoss Income arising or due from the Endowments of the Charity for the year ending on the 30th dav of

June 1881.



Description of Property.



Names of Tenants.



1,000/. perpetual 4.^ per cent. Debenture
Stock, Chelsea Waterworks Company



The master and keepers or
wardens and commonalty
of the mystery or art of
Ironmongers, London.



Net annual
Income.



Sums received.



£ 8. d.
43 17 6



43 17 6



& t. d.
43 17 6



43 17 6



2. Balances in hand and Receipts on account of the Charity during the year ending on the 30th June 1881.



1880.
July 1

1881.
June 30



To balance
„ income and revenue



£ 8. rf.
29 1 4

43 17 6



72 18 10



3. Payments on account of the Charity during the year.



1881. i
June 30 By cash to Pensioners -
„ stamps

„ Mr. Westwood, Pension

„ balance



£ 8.


d.


28





1


2


15





29 17


8


72 18


10



4. An Account of all Moneys owing to or from the Charity, so far as conveniently may be stated, at the close of the

Year.



Moneys owing to the

Charity, and from what

Persons, and on what

Accounts.



1881.
July 1.



To balance



Outstanding Debts or

Liabilities of the Charity,

and to what Persons, and

on what Accounts.



£ 8. d.
29 17 8



None.



£ 8, d.



I (or we) hereby certify that the foregoing statements are correct.

(Signed) Saml. Whiting, Master.



Dated the 13th day of February 1882.



Francis J. Bakron, \ «r„ ,^^^ I Trustees.
Wm. Sevan, | Wardens. J

S. Adams Beck, Clerk.



Observations. -^-A^ before.



Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called Anthony Gamage's, in the Parish of All Hallows Staining, in

the City of London.

3. Payments on account of the Charity during the year ending 30th of June 1881.



1881.
June 30



By cash to Grocers' Company -



£ s. d.
2

2



I (or we) hereby certify that the foregoing statements are correct.

(Signed) Saml. Whiting, Master. i

Francis J. Barron,! ^ , iTrustces.
Wm. Bevan, I Wardens. J

Dated the 13th day of February 1881. S. Adams Beck, Clerk.

Observations. — As before. '



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547



Statement of the Accounts of the Ciiaritv called William Chapman's, in the Parish of All Hallows Staining,

in the City of London.

3. Payments on account of the Charity during the year ending 30 June 1881.



1^81.
June 30



By cash to L. Phelps. Exhibition
„ Mylne „

„ Cookham parish



£. s. d.

5

5

5 4



15 4



I {or we) hereby certify that the foregoing statements are correct.

(Signed) Saml. Whiting, Master.



Dated the 13th day of February 1882.



Francis J. Barron,! Wi^rrlpno V Trustees.
William Bevan, / ^^^^ns. J

S. Adams Beck, Clerk.

Observations. — As before.



Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called Haydon's, in the Pariah of All Hallows Staining, in the City of

London.

3. Payments on account of the Charity during the year ending 30th June 1881.



1881.
June 30



By cash to Mercers* Company -



& s, d.
3 6 8



3 6 8



I (or we) hereby certify that the foregoing statements are correct.

(Signed) Saml. Whiting, Master.



Dated the 13th day of February 1882.



Francis J. Barron, \ w««^-«- I Trustees.
William Bevan, / hardens. J

S. Adams Beck, Clerk.
Observations. — As before.



Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called Thomas Howard's, in the Parish of All Hallows Staining,

in the City of London.

I. Gross Income arising or due from the Endowments of the Charity for the year ending on the 30th day of

June 1881.



Description of Property.



1 ,000/. Chartered Gas bonds



Names of Tenants.



The Ironmongers' Company



Net annoal
Income.



£ «. d.
39 10



39 10



Sums received.



£ s. d.
39 10



39 10



2. Balances in hand and Receipts on account of the Charity during the year ending 30th June 18»1.



1880.
July 1

1881.
June 30



To balance
„ income and revenue



£ s. d,
34 10 2

39 10



73 11



3. Payments on account of the Charity during the year.



1881.
June 30



By cash S. A. Beck. Costs
„ books, &c.
„ balance



£ «.

1 18

14 18

56 13


d,
8
7
9


73 11






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OITl OF LONDON LIVERY COMPANIES COMMISSION :



4. An Account of all Moneys owing to or from the Charity, so far as conveniently may be stated, at the close of the

Year.



1881.
Jnly 1



Moneys owing to the

Charity, and from what

Persons, and on wbat

Accounts.



To balance



£ s. d,
.56 13 9



Outstanding Debts or

Liabilities of the Charity,

and to what Persons, and

on what Accounts.



None.



& s. d.



I {or we) hereby certify that the foregoing statements are correct.

(Signed) Saml. Whiting, Master.



Dated the 13th day of February 1882.



FkancisJ Barron,|^^ [Trustees.

William Bevan, / "»'^"'^"»" J

S. Adams Bbck, Clerk.
Observations. — As before.



Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called Ralph Handson's, in the Parish of All Hallows Staining,

in the City of London.

1. Gross Income arising or due from the Endowments of the Charity for the year ending on the 30th day of

June laSl.



Description of l*roperty.



1 ,200/. Consols -



Names of Tenants.



Net annual
Income.



Official Commissioners
Charitable Fund*.



of



£ ft. d.
3G



36



Sums received.



^ 8. d,
36



36



2. Balances in hand and Receipts on account of the Charity during the 3 car ending 30th June 1881.



1880.
July 1

1881.
June 80



To baknce ...

„ income and revenue -

„ gift from Ironmongers* Company



£ 5.


d.


26 18


4


36





35





97 18


4



3. Payments on account of the Charity during the year.




By cash to pension-2rs
chaplain



St. Bartholomevf *s Hospital •
St. Thomas* Hospital
All Hallows Staining

„ „ poor

Christ's Hospital
St. Saviour*8
chaplain
St. Saviour*s
Bridewell Hospital -
clerk, 2 years
balance



£ a.


d.


40





1 1





2





2





3 15





13


4


2





1 10





1





5





2





13 13


4


23 5


8


97 18


4



4. An Account of all Moneys owing to or from the Charity, so far as conveniently may be stated, at the close of the

Year.



1881.
July 1



Moneys owing to the
Charity, and from what
Persons, and on what
Accounts.



To balance



£ s. d,
23 5 8



Outstanding Debts or

Liabihties of the Charity,

and to what Persons, and

on what Accounts.



None.



£ s, d.



I (or we) hereby certify that the foregoing statements are correct.

(Signed) Saml. Whiting, Master.



Dated the 13th day of February 1882.



»AML. Whiting, Master. 1

WM:'B"i^^""^'''} Wardens, j-^* -



Observations, — As before.



S. Adams Beck, Clerk.



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Statement of the Accounts of the Charity called Sik Robert Gefferey's, in the Parish of All Hallows Staining,

in the City of London.



1. Gross Income arising or due from the Endowments of the Charity for the year ending on the day of

lo













Arrears












Descriptions






due at






Arrears


Description of
Property.


Names of Tenants.


of Out-
goings or


Amount.


Net annual
Income.


com-
mence-


Sums
received.


due at
close of






Deductions.






ment of
Account.






Account.








£ s. d.


£ 8. d.


£ s. d.


£ s.


d.


£ s. d.


Amen Corner


Ward, Lock, and Tyler -


- - -





350


87 10


350





87 10


07, Fleet Street


A. J. Waterlow


-




80


20


80





20


1, 2, 3, Whitefrlars


E. M. McDermott


- - -





65


16 5


65





16 5


Street.


















4, 5, 6, 7, and 8,


W. Payne


- - .





65


13 15


55





13 15


Whitefriars Street.


















Fee farm rent, Elham


Sir H. Oxcnden




87 13 1
















Manor, Kent.




Land Tax -


17 8 1


70 5





70 5








Land at East Ham,


Adams and Glynes


- • _





500


125


500





125 b


Essex.


















7,297/. lU. 0(/. Con-


Ironmongers* Company -


-





213 9 1





213 9


1





sols.


















1,247/. 16*. 7d. Con-


Accountant - General,


- - -





36 10 1





36 10


1





sols.


Court of Chancery.
















1,616/. 1 5s, id. Con-


Accountant - General,


- - -





47 5 10





47 6


10





sols.


Court of Chancery.
















2,797/. 3.«. 1 Id. Con-


Ironmongers' Company -


-


— '


81 16 4





81 16


4





sols.


















2,801/. 3 per cent.


The master and keepers


.





84 8





84


8





Annuities.


or guardians and com-
monalty of the art or
mystery of Iron-
mongers.
















1,857/. Us. id. 3 per


Accountant - General,


.





54 6 10





54 6


10





cent. Reduced An-


Court of Chancery.
















nuities.
1,794/. 10s. lid. New


James Francis Firth,


- - -





58 13 10





58 13


10





3 per cents.


Hall Kokeby Price,
James Thos. Homer.


















£


















1,696 7 8


262 10


1,696 7


8


262 10



2. Balances in hand and Receipts on account of the Charity during the year ending 30th June 1881.



1880.
July 1

1881.
June 30



To balance

„ income and revenue -
„ revenue, extra
„ insurances -



£ 8. d.

89 16 1

1,696 7 8

3

9 15 6



1,798 19 3



3. Payments on account of the Charity during the year.



1881.
June SO



By cash to pensioners
go-wns



purchase of 59/. 16s. Od. New 3 per cents
school and bread at Landrake
Landrake school building, on account
surveyor - - - -

repairs . - - -

rates and taxes . - -

coals, candles, and gas
salaries . - - -

insurances - - - -

property tax - .. -

sundry disbursements
balance . - - -



£ 8.


d.


516





30 15





58 13


10


163 2


1


300





8 3





116 18


7


78 13


6


110 12





221 19





40 12





27 15


6


75 18


8


49 16


1


1,798 19


3



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( ITY Ol^ LONDON LIVKRY COMPANIES COMMISSION:



4. An Account of all Moneys owing to or from the Charity, so far as conveniently may be stated, at the close of the

Year.



1881.
Julyl



Moneys owing to the

Charity, and from what

Persons, and on what

Accounts.



To balance



£ 8. d.
49 16 1



Outstanding Debts or

Liabilities of the Charity,

and to what Persons, and

on what Accounts.



None.



£ s. d.



I {or we) hereby certify that the foregoing statements are correct.

(Signed) Saml. Whiting, Master. \ «. -

William Bevan, Warden. /*"^**^^*-
S. Adams Beck, Clerk.

Observations, — As before.



Dated the 13th day of February 1882.



Statement of the Accountb of the Charity called Betton's School Account, in the Parish of All Hallows

Staining, in the (.'ity of London.

) . Gross Income arising or due from the Endowments of the Charity for the year ending on the 3l8t day of

October 1881.



Description of Property.


Names of Tenants.


Net annual
Income.


Arrears due to
commence-
ment of
Account.


Sums received.


Arrears due at
close of
Account.






£ s. d.


& 8. d.


£


8,


d.


£ 8. d.


12,409/. 165. 7d. Consols -


Accountant - General,
Court of Chancery.


362 19 9





362


19


9




69,930/. 9s. 2d. „


Accountant - General,
Court of Chancery.


2,045 12 10


~~


2,045


12


10




650/. Ss. Sd. Reduced 3 per


Accountant - General,


122 13 5





122


13


5


_


cents, 67/. 7«. lOd. New


Court of Chancery.














3 per cents, 1,069/. 13s. 9d.
















Bank Stock.
















84,500/. Reduced 3 per cents


Accountant - General,
Court of Chancery.


2,476 18 2





2,476


18


2





Betton's General Estate,


- . -


1,751 18 3





1,751


18


3





moiety oi funds for year
















ending 30th June 1880.
















Sible H^dingham Farm


J. Decks


320 -0


320


320








320




7,080 2 5


320


7,080


2


5


320



2. Balances in hand and Receipts on account of the Charity during the year ending 31st October 1881.



1880.
October

1881.
October



To balance ......

„ Income and revenue . - - - -

„ add grant returned .....
„ proceeds of sale of timber at Sible Hedingham Farm



£ s. d.

4,995 8 1

7,080 2 5

5

98 8 6



12,178 19



3. Payments on account of the Charity during the year.



1881.
October



By cash to Decks, tax -

„ „ land tax ....

„ „ quit rent . - . .

„ „ tiles and repairs . . .

„ Waterlow, stationery . . .

„ surveyor, plan . . . -

,f committees - - - - .

„ Clay, printing ....

„ Beck, costs management ...

„ Official Trustees of Charitable Funds to invest

„ insurance . . - - -

„ runnades for bridge over the Colne at Sible

Hedingham Farm.

„ schools - . - . .

„ balance .....



£



£ 8.


d.


3 6


8


13 17


8


2


8


12 5


2


28 16


11


2 2





10





3 3





186 18


5


98 6


8


2 2





48 5





5,571 10





6,198 2


10


12,178 19






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4. An Account of all Moneys owing to or from the Charity, so far as conveniently may be stated, at the close of the

Year.



1881.
October



Moneys owing to the

Charity, and from what

Persons, and on what

Accounts.



To balance



£ s, d.
6,198 2 10



Outstanding Debts or

Liabilities of the Charity,

and to what Persons, and

on what Accounts.



None.



£ s. d.



I (or we) hereby certify that the foregoing statements are correct.

(Signed) Saml. Whiting, Master. 1

Francis J. Barron, \ vv«.^-«- [-Trustees.
Wm. Bbvan, / ^Vardens. J

Dated the 13th day of February 1882. g. Adams Bbck, Clerk.

Observations. — As before.



Statement oE the Accounts of the Charity called Thomas Bbtton's, in the Parish of All Hallows Staining,

in the City of London.



1. Gross Income arising or due from the Endowments of the Charity for the


; year ending on


the 30th day of




June 1881.












Description of Property.


Names of Tenants.


Net annual
Income.


Arrears due at
commence-
ment of


Sums received.


Arrears due at
close of








Account









Account






£ s. d.


A s.


d.


£ s.


d.


£ 8. d.


Booker's Lee Cottages


E. Eager


105 13


20 3


3


104 13





21 3 3


„ Farm


J. Lever - - -


650


812 10










1,462 10


Quainton'sFarm -


Head


145


108 15





72 10





181 5


New Park Street -


Davy Yates and Co.


500


125





500





125


20 and 21, Basinghall Street


R. J. Bates


330


82 10





330





82 10


10, Philpot Lane -


W. S. Homer -


750


187 10





750





187 10


9, Betton's Terrace


Bullock .


5


1 5





5





1 5


lind and houses, Abbey


Bullock's executors


15


3 15





15





3 15


TiAne.
















Land, Abbey Lane -


Lucas and Lee -


50







37 10





12 10


Wheatfield Clay -


W. Chichester -


55


41 5





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