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Gent" your most Obed' Serv 4

Corn 5 Ray."
The hon.

The Mayor & Corporation

[387] The Ab[s] tracts enclosed in the said Letter were also read
& filed & are as follows viz*

fThe Treasury of the State of New York in^j
1798 D r -| Account with the new Loan Officers of the vC r

[City & County of New York for Interest rec d j

June 26th To Loan Officers 1798

Salary 1 Year.. 80: : May 1st By sundry Per-
d d To Cash pd in
New York Bank
pr Receipt 2665



1066: :



Augt 23d To DO in DO in
full



sons for 1 Years
Interest due on
their Mortgages
19300 Prini at 6
P O.. 1158



12: :



1798

Augt 23d To Loan Officers

Salary 1 Year..

To Cash p d in full in



the New York Bank
as per Recp ts Principal
& Interest $3346



1158: :

fThe Treasury of the State of New York in"!
JAcct with the Loan Officers of the said City i-O
(& County for Principal & Interest recdj

1797

Sepf 28th By Principal Ball"

80: : on Loan 2624^ or 10499

1798
June 19th By Interest 1 Year



@ 5 P Ct on DO 524 : 19



444 . 19 : _ 893 : 10 :



524:19:
To bailee of Principal Dolls

remains on Loan 240133/J or 9605 : 10 :



10499 : :



[388] Blank



472



CITY or NEW YORK



2 Oct. 1798



[389] From the Returns of the late Election for Charter Officers
the following Persons appear to be duly elected viz 1

Gabriel Furman Alderman

Thomas Storm Assistant

James Van Dyk )

1st Ward JohnHSickels f Assessors

William G Forbes Collector

Philip Fulkerson )

John Reins \ Constables

John B Coles Alderman

William Bayard Assistant

Edmund Seaman }

2dWard Anthony L Bleecker j Assessors

Cornelius C Wynkoop Collector

Henry Burtsell )

Barent Newkerck { Constables

Theophilus Beekman Alderman

Nicholas Carmer Assistant

Samuel Burling )

3d W d Moses Rogers j Assessors

Hugh Montgomery Collector

Samuel Stockwell )

Robert Johnson j

John Bogert Ald n

George Lindsay Assistant

John De la Mater. . ) A

, . __ r . \ Assessors

4th W d John B Dash \

Benjamin Romaine Collector

John Ackerman , ) -,

\ Constables

Joshua Hunt \

[390] Jotham Post Alderman

Assistant

John P Ritter )

-.. T - T , T^ , ( Assessors

5th W d James Drake \

David Harriot Collector

Samuel Montgomery ) _

T u T-> 1 1 Constables

Joseph Dunkley \

Jacob De LaMontagnie Alderman

Anthony Brown Assistant

Joseph Watkins )

6 th W d Peter Arell \ Assessors

John Fox Collector

Henry Bogardus )

T u XT T u Constables

John N Johnson \



2 Oct. 1798 COMMON COUNCIL MINUTES 473

Richard Furman ........................... Alderman

Mangle Minthorn .................. ........ Assistant



Bowery
Division



7'h Ward

Harlem
Division



Jacob Arden .............................. )

William Hunter ........................ \\ ' j Assessors

Martin Morrison ........................... Collector

John M c Lachlen



William Sloo ......................... ''.'( Constables

Andrew McQown ......................... )

Lawrence Benson .......................... f Assessors

John Bussing ............................... Collector

David Willson ............................. )

Blaze Moore ............................. j Constable

From the Poll List of the 5 th Ward it appeared that Philip J
Arcularius & Daniel Hitchcock the two Candidates for the Office
of Assistant had each an equal number of Votes And the Board there-
upon determined that no Election was had as it respected the said
Office and therefore that M r Arcularius continued in Office for the
ensuing Year

[391] Ordered that the several Persons above named be notified
to attend on the 15 th Oct r next to take the Oaths prescribed & directed
by the Charter.

Ordered that M r Carmer be appointed to superintend such Work
& Improvements as shall from time to time be ordered by this Board
in the place of M r Harsen dec d and on the like Terms.

Ordered that Gabriel Furman Escf be authorized to draw from the
Bank of New York (of the $50,000 Dollars provided by this Board
for the Defence of this City) the further Sum of 10,000 Dollars.

Ordered that the Treasurer negociate a further loan of the Bank
of New York to the amount of $5000 to defray the current Expences
until the present sickness & mortality in this City shall so abate as to
enable to collection of Monies by Tax.

Ordered that M r Mayor issue his Warr ts on the Treasurer to pay

The Justices of the Police Office for the Relief of cer-
tain indigent families from S* Domingo ..............

issd Rinier Skaats for fire Wood at the City Hall ...........

issd The Health Committee of this Bd .....................

issd James Culbertson for City Watch ......................

issd Nichs Lawrence for the like ...........................

iss d Magnus Beekman for the like .........................

issd Hugh Gobell for the like .............................. 95 : 13 : -



474



CITY OF NEW YORK



8 Oct. 1798



[392] City of ^ At a Common Council held on Monday

New YorkJ S: the 8 th day of Oct r 1798.

Present/ Richard Varick Esq r Mayor



Gabriel Furman
Jacob De LaMontagnie
Theophs Beekman
Richard Furman



Philip J Arcularius
Anthony Brown
Nicholas Carmer
John Bogert



iss 1



f Assist^

Ordered that M r Mayor issue his Warr ts on the Treas r to pay

Goodeve & Brown for a Box of Candles.. 3:2:6



City of ^ At a Common Council held on Monday

New' York J S the 15 th day of Oct r 1798

Present/ Richard Harison Esq r Recorder



John B Coles
Theophs Beekman
Jacob De LaMontagnie
John Bogert
Richard Furman
Jotham Post



Esq" Ald n



Assist^



William Bayard
Mangle Minthorn
Nicholas Carmer
George Lindsay
Anthony Brown
Philip J Arcularius

M r Recorder administered to the Ald n & Assistants above named
(except M r Arcularius who was adjudged to [393] continue or hold
over in his Office the ensuing Year) & the other following Officers the
Oaths prescribed by the Charter viz 1

Daniel Phoenix Treasurer & c who produced a Bond for the due
execution of his Office.

Joseph Watkins
Jacob J Arden

Philip Fulkerson
John Reins
Henry Bertsell
Barnt Newkerk
Samuel Stockwell
Robert Johnson
John Ackerman
Samuel Montgomery
Joseph Dunkley
Henry Bogardus
John N Johnson
John M c Lachlen
William Sloo
Blaze Moor



Assessors



Constables



Ordered that the several standing Committees continue 'till the
next Meeting of the Board.



22 Oct. 1798 COMMON COUNCIL MINUTES 475

Ordered that M r Recorder issue his Warr ts on the Treas r to pay

iss d Nichs Carmer on Ace 1 $400

issd Evert Bancker Surveyor on Ace 1 $15

iss d James Culbertson for City Watch , 119 : 17 : 6

issd Nich s Lawrence for the like 119 : 17 : 6

[394] City of ) At a Common Council held on Monday

New YorkJ SS> the 22 d day of Ocf 1798

Present/ Richard Varick Esq r Mayor

Richard Harison Esq r Recorder

Theoph 5 Beekman "1 Anthony Brown

Gabriel Furman George Lindsay

Jacob De LaMontagnie |>Esq rs Ald n Nicholas Carmer [-Assist 43

John B Coles Philip J Arcularius

John Bogert J William Bayard

Ordered that Ald n G. Furman, Beekman, De La Montagnie & Post
& Mess rs Bayard & Minthorn be the standing Committee for Street &
Roads

Aid" Bogert & Mess rs Bayard & Lindsay the standing Committee
of Acc ts

Mess rs Carmer Lindsay & Brown the standing Committee for
Lamps

And Ald n R Furman & Bogert & M r Carmer the standing Com-
mittee for Repairs.

Ordered that M r Carmer take order for the necessary Repairs to
the Bridge at Brooklyn Ferry and for setting the Mud Drudge at
Work in the public Slips

Ordered that James Black be appointed Inspector of fire Wood
at Pecks Slip And Henry Crom at the Corporation Wharf on Hud-
son River and that Corn 5 Van Voorheis be removed to Rhinelanders

[395] Ordered that M r Mayor issue his Warr ts on the Treas r to
pay.

issd Nich s Carmer on Ace*

Theophs Beekman & Jacob DelaMontagnie Police Jus-
tices for their Services each $187 5 %oo

Magnus Beekman for the City Watchmen

Hugh Gobell for the like



476 CITY OF NEW YORK 29 Oct. 1798

City of ^ At a Common Council held on Monday

New York^ S Oct r 29 th 1798

Present/ Richard Varick Esq r Mayor

Richard Harison Esq r Recorder

Gabriel Furman Anthony Brown 1

Jotham Post Mangle Minthorn

John Bogert jEsq r sAld n Nich Carmer ^Assist* 3

Jacob De laMontagnie George Lindsay

Theophs Beekman Philip J Arcularius J

A Letter from the Commiss rs of the Health Office covering their
Ace 1 Cur' was read & referred to the Health Com tee

The Opinions of Mess rs Harison & Hamilton on the Terms of Sale
of the Common Lands were read & filed.

Ordered that Harmanus Gardinier be an Inspector of fire Wood at
Pecks Slip.

[396] Ordered that Catharine Messerve be permitted to continue
in the Occupation of the standing in the Fly Market of her late Hus-
band George Messerve Butcher dec d for one Year or during the pleas-
ure of the Board

Ordered that the several Butchers in the Fly Market render an
Ace' on Oath of Market Fees due from them respectively for three
Months last past

Ordered that M r Mayor issue his \Varr ts on the Treasurer to pay.

iss d The Commiss rs of the Health Office on Ace* $600

issd Josiah Furman for paintK & glazing 14 : 14 : 10

issd Peter Cole for lighting Lamps 89 : 17 : 10

issd James Culbertson for City Watch 119:17: 6

iss d Nichs Lawrence for the like 119 : 17 : 6

issd Hugh Gobell for the like 96:15: 6

iss d Magnus Beekman for the like 96 : 15 : 6



5 Nov. 1798 COMMON COUNCIL MINUTES 477

City of ^ ss At a Common Council held on Monday

New YorkJ ' the 5 th day of Nov r 1798

Present/ Richard Varick Esq r Mayor

Richard Harison Esq r Recorder

T,, Nichs Carmer

Theoph 5 Beekman ^ -.ir-,1-

T ,, T-, William Bayard

Jotham Post ^

John B Coles ^ Orge , ^J*

Richard Furman ^EsqAld- Mangel Mmthorn

T , ,, Thomas Storm

John Bogert -nu-i- T A

, . , Philip J Arculanus

Gabriel Furman J . .,

Anthony Brown

[397] M r Mayor & M r Recorder with the other Members of the
Board having returned from visiting the several Wards in the Alms
House & Bridewell; The Com tee of Acc ts reported that they had ex-
amined the Books & Acc ts of the Commiss rs of the Alms House &
Bridewell for the last Quarter & found them right

Those of the Alms House amounts to 1556: 4: 4

Those of the Bridewell to 211: 9: 1

An Estimate of the Commiss rs for the ensuing Quarter was read

6 approved viz 1

for the Alms House 2500: :-

f or the Bridewell 500 : : -

. d Ordered that M r Mayor issue his Warr* for paym 4 thereof

accordingly.

An Application of Ebenezer Brush relative to the Wharf & Bridge
at the Hudson River was read & referred to the Aid" & Assist 1 of the
Ward

Ordered that the Widow of Adam Vandenbergh dec d late a
Butcher in the Fly Market be indulged with the like privilege granted
at the last Meeting to Catharine Messerve

On a representation that from the exhausted State of the Treas-
ury arising from the not collecting of the Taxes during the prevailance
of the Fever in this City the Watchmen & Lamplighters & others hav-
ing Claims against this Board remain unpaid.

[398] Ordered that the Treasurer be & he is hereby directed to
negociate a further loan from the Bank of New York for such Sums
as may be necessary for discharging those Demands not exceeding in
the whole five thousand Dollars

Ordered that Charles Loss & James C Lawrence be appointed Sur-
veyors in this City; Whenever they become naturalized Citizens of
the United States.



478 CITY OF NEW YORK 12 Nov. 1798

Ordered that M r Mayor issue his War ts on the Treas r to pay

issd Bernard O Blenis Clk of the Police Office on Ace* $62 5 9ioo

The Justices of the Police Office on Ace* for Relief of

St Domingo Refugees $80

iss d Rinier Skaats on Ace* to purchase Coal for the City Hall $100

Rob* Valentine for building a fire Engine House near

the Hospital 29:13:10

iss* 1 The same for opening the Drain at Lispinards Swamp.. 65: 11: 8

Bogert & Blauvelt towards a Well lately sunk at the

Corner of Pump & second Streets 7 W* $45

issd The Clerks of the late Election of Charter Officers $14

M r Mayor informed the Board that many of the Passengers lately
brought to this Port from Newry in Ireland on board the Ship Nancy
Forrest Master had been suffered to land in this City
without [399] any Bond being entered into accord 8 to Law to in-
demnify this City ag l the expence of supporting such of the said Pas-
sengers as might be unable to support themselves And that several of
the said Passengers had already applied to the Overseers of the Poor
for Relief

Thereupon ordered that M r Recorder be requested to commence
such Prosecution against the said Master as by Law is provided &
directed

On suggestion of Aid" Coles the Board took into consideration
the subject of investigating the Causes of the Fever which has pre-
vailed in this City this Season and after some time spent therein the
further consideration thereof was postponed 'till the next Meeting of
the Board.



[400] City of ^ At a Common Council held on Monday

New YorkJ 55 ' the 12 th day of Nov r 1798

Present/ Richard Varick Esq r Mayor

Richard Harison Esq r Recorder

John B Coles "|

n William Bayard

Jotham Post

T , r> t George Lindsay

>EsqrsAldn Anthony Brown }- Assist^

Gabriel Furman * .

T u -r i -MT Mangle Minthorn
Jacob De laMontagnie

rr, , c -r, , Thomas Storm J

1 heoph 8 Beekman

A Petition of several Butchers in the Exchange Market praying
that the said Market may be removed to the Old Slip at their Expence
was read & the consideration thereof postponed.

A Petition of Joseph Outenbogert for leave to purchase of the



12 Nov. 1798 COMMON COUNCIL MINUTES 479

Widow of James Young Butcher dec d the Standing N 66 in the Fly
Market was read & granted.

A Petition of James Campbell Butcher praying that the Standing
N 19 in the Fly Market & which is become vacant by the death of
Simmons Potter, may be granted to him ; which was granted on Condi-
tion that he pay off the Note [401] with the Interest due thereon,
which was given to this Board by the said Simmons Potter on his ob-
taining the said Standing.

A Request of John Garrison to be released from his Endorsement
on the said Note of Simmons Potter was read & rejected.

A Petition of Thomas Lafoy late Collector of Taxes in the 4 th
Ward praying a further Time for the settlement of his Ace 1 & paying
into the Treasury the ballance due from him was read And it was
ordered that the Treasurer proceed against him in such Manner as by
Law is prescribed & directed.

Ordered that that such of the Charter Officers as have not already
attended be notified to attend next Meeting to take the Oath's pre-
scribed by Law.

Ordered that Sarah Everitt be indulged with the like privilege at
her dec d Husbands Standing in the Fly Market as that granted to
Catharine Messerve on the 29 th Ult

On a Complaint that a nauseous Effluvia arises through the open-
ings or Chimnies of the Drain lately made by Isaac Gouverneur and
leading to the Old Slip the Board do order that M r Gouverneur be re-
quired [402] to prevent the Nuisance by shutting up the openings And
also that he cause such part of the Pavement as may be sunken by
the laying of the said Drain to be repaired.

An Ordinance for paving Chambers Street from Washington
Street to the River was passed by the B d

Ordered that the Butchers of the Fly & Catharine Slip Markets
respectively do on or before 12 OClock of Monday next render an
Ace 1 on Oath, (agreable to form prescribed by the Mayor) of the
Fees due from them respectively from the 30 th July last to the 27 t!
October last inclusive And also that they do by that day pay the
Amount of those Fees.

Ordered that the Commiss rs of the Alms House deliver to Peter
Cole one Blanket for each of the crim 1 Prisoners, And that the Corn-
miss" hire a Cellar to store the Vegitables of the Alms House.

The Committee on the Application of E. Brush report that they
have examined the Bridge or Wharf complained of & find the same



480 CITY OF NEW YORK 12 Nov. 1798

in a very dangerous State and that at a moderate expence the same
may be put in such Repair as will answer the Purposes intended.

[403] Ordered that M r E Brush & M r James Knox be required to
cause the said Wharf or Bridge [to be] repaired in such manner as to
render it safe & conven 1

Ordered that the follow g Persons be appointed fire Men of this
City, viz 1

Engine N 20 Jonah Cutting House Carpenter vice Paul Van Der
Voort resigned And George Parker Bricklayer vice Abraham Rich
dec d

N 23 John Vreeland vice Enos Vail removed into the Country
N 14 John Vanderbeeck Cartman vice John Maghee removed & c
Ordered that the City Watchmen be reduced to the usual number
The Board resumed the consideration of the subject of investigat-
ing the Causes of the Fever which lately prevailed in this City When
Ald n Coles informed the Board that from Information he had received
he believed the Medical Society had already entered on the Business
Whereupon M r Mayor was requested to inform the Medical Society
of the Proceedings of this Board on the subject and to request of them
Information as to the Steps they may have taken and the Progress
of their Measures if any have been taken, and, if not, Whether they
have any Advice or Opinion to offer to this [404] Board on the sub-
ject which may be useful in the Investigation, as the Common Council
determine that the Subject shall not want their Attention or pecuniary
Aid.

Ordered that M r Mayor issue his Warr ts on the Treasurer to
pay

Richard Harison & Alex r Hamilton Esq rs for their
issd v/ritten Opinions on the Articles of Sale of the Com-
mon Lands sold at public Auction. $25 each $50

Richard Harison & the Representatives of John Cozine
& John M c Kesson dec d each the like Sum for their
written Opinions on a Case stated on a contested

Election of an Assist j n the first Ward in 1791 $75

(issd to M r Harison)

(issd & delivd to John R Cozine Jany 7*h 1799)

(issd & delivd to Maria McKesson Adm* Janx 13*h 1800)

issd James Culbertson for City Watchmen 119 : 17 : 6

issd Nichs Lawrence for the like 119 : 17 : 6

issd Hugh Gobell for the like 96:15: 6

iss d Magnus Beekman for the like 96 : 15 : 6



19 Nov. 1798 COMMON COUNCIL MINUTES 481



[405] City of ^ At a Common Council held on Monday

New YorkJ 5 the 19 th NoV 1798

Present/ Richard Varick Esq r Mayor

Richard Harison Esq r Recorder
Gabriel Furman



George Lindsay

Anthony Brown

Nicholas Carmer (.Assist^

Philip J Arcularius

Thomas Storm



Jacob De laMontagnie
John Bogert
Jotham Post
Theoph 5 Beekman
John B Coles
Richard Furman

The follow 8 Assessors attended the Board & took the Oaths pre-
scribed by the Charter viz' 1

, C John DelaMater
1" W James Van Dyk **] j o h n ,B Dash



5". r , Peter Arell 6- W<>

ames Drake



Edmund Seaman elected an Assessor of the 2 d W d attended & rep-
resented to the B d that he had served two Years in the said Office &
therefore conceived it unreasonable that (as but one Year had elapsed
since) he should again be compelled to serve and refused to take the
Oath.

A Petition of B. Hilton for Ann Braur relative to the expence of
paving in front of her Lot in Augustus Street was read & referred to
the Aid" & Assist, of the Ward.

[406] M r Mayor reported that he had by Letter informed the
Medical Society of the Proceedings of this Board at the last Meeting
on the subject of collecting & investigating Facts relative to the Epi-
demic Fever which lately prevailed in this City and that by a Letter
from Doctor Charlton in answer to his it appeared that the Medical
Society had appointed a Committee to investigate the Causes, Progress
and probable Means of preventing a Return of so dreadful a Visita-
tion ; which Letters were read And thereupon it was

Resolved that Alderman Gabriel Furman, Doctor Richard Bayley,
Health Officer of this Port and Doctor William Hammersley Physician
be and they are hereby appointed on the part & behalf of this Board,
to collect & obtain Facts relative to the Epidemic Fever which lately
prevailed in this City and to investigate the Causes & Progress thereof
and the probable Means of preventing a Return of so dreadful a
Calamity; And that this Board will provide for such necessary Ex-
pences as may accrue in the prosecution of this Business.



482 CITY OF NEW YORK 3 Dec. 1798

Ordered that the Ald n of the 2 d 3 d & 4 th Wards be a Committee to
enquire into the State of the Butchers Standings in the public Markets
and to report such Reform on the Subject as may be proper.

[407] Ordered that the Aid" of the 1 st & 6 th Wards & the Assist 1 of
the 4 th Ward be a Committee to obtain from the Representatives of
Casimer Th : Goerick dec d * late one of the City Surveyors such Maps
Minutes & Papers as may be of public Use.

Ordered that the follow 5 Persons be appointed firemen of this
City viz*

Engine N 13 John Van Der Bilt Grocer & Caleb Morton Grocer
vice James Woodhull & Rich d J Beekman dec d

Engine N 15 Samuel Willson, Millstonemaker vice Matthew M c -
Guire dec d

Engine N 17 Edward Higgins Painter & W m Goodman, Grocer
vice W m DeGrove & James Bertine dec d

Engine N 24 Fred: Rydebach Cab 1 Maker vice John Taylor dec d

Thomas Earle Coach Maker vice John Borris for neglect of Duty
& John West Carpenter vice Ab m Corey dec d

Ordered that M r Mayor issue his Warr ts on the Treas r to pay

: s : d

iss d Rinier Skaats for 1 Q r Salary & Disbursements 21 : 10: 3

iss d The Justices of the 10 Court $240

Joseph Little for Repairs to the Common Sewer & a

Well in Roosevelt Street 3: 2:

iss d Corn 5 B Sebring for Blacksmith Work to fire Engines.. 18: 1: 5
iss d George Gosman for Mason Work at the City Hall 4 : 19 :

[408] City of ) At a Common Council held on Monday

New Yorki; J Dec r 3 d 1798.

Present/ Richard Varick Esq r Mayor

Richard Harison Esq r Recorder



William Bayard
Gabriel Furman George Lindsay

John Bogert Ma le Minthorn

Richard Furman ^EsqrsAldn ^ Carmer

John B Coles Anthony Brown

Jacob De LaMontagnieJ philip ; Arcularius



Assist ts



Lawrence Benson an Assessor for Harlem Division elected at the
late Election in the 7 th Ward appeared & took & subscribed the Oath
prescribed by the Charter.

A Letter from M r Mangin one of the City Surveyors on the Sub-

* Marginal note reads of the late prevailing Malignant Fever. ED.



13 Dec. 1798 COMMON COUNCIL MINUTES 483

ject of the Contract, entered into by him & M r Gcerick dec d , to make a
Survey & Map of this City was read & referred to the Street Com tee

A Letter from Nich s J Roosevelt on the Subject of supplying this
City with Water; was read & referred to the Committee on that
Subject.

A Letter from Charles W Peale proposing to sell to this Board
his patent Right of erecting Chimnies & fire Places according to his
newly invented Plan, [409] within the Limits of this City was read &
referred to the Members of the Health Committee to make the pur-
chase if they shall judge it reasonable & useful for the benefit of the
Inhabitants of this City.

The B d approve that W m Meyers be licensed as a Butcher to stand-
ing N 5 in the Exchange Market ; And that the Resignation of Halsey
Mead Butcher at standing N 9 Fly Market be accepted.

A Letter from Corn 8 Ray Loan Officer, informing of his return to
this City and that he was ready to lay the Loan Office Books before
the B d to shew that they are conformable to the Acc t exhibited on
the first Tuesday in October last, was read And the Board assigned
12 O'Clock on Wednesday the 12 Inst for the Purpose

Ordered that David Love be appointed a Measurer of Charcoal
in the place of Rob 1 Dougall during his Indisposition.

Ordered that M r Mayor issue his Warrants on the Treasurer to
pay

iss<* David Waldron on Acct $500

The Commissrs o f the Health Office for Ball" o f their : s : d

iss d Acct 399:8:11

iss d Jacob Harsen for Repairs to the public Roads 782 : 15 : 6

issd [410] Latham Bunker for lamp Oil $1035 3 %oo

issd John Halsey for 2 fire Engines $1799 3 ^oo

issd Provo & Smith for cleans Wells 5 : 6 : -

iss d Peter Cole for lighting Lamps 88 : 17 : 10

iss d Magnus Beekman for City Watch 69 : 5 : 6

iss d Hugh Gobell for the like '



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