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of summer fallows, the necessity of which is obviated by manuring the fields with sea-weed, or vrec, which is
considered of so much importance, that local regulations have been made, prohibiting the collection of this
marine plant, except at Midsummer aud Michaelmas. The fish most commonly caught are the mackerel, the
sea»needle, or garpike, whiting, pollack, bream, and rock-fish ; besides mullet, soles, plaice, and conger-eels,
which last weigh thirty or forty pounds. There are likewise among the marine productions the ormer, or sea-
ear, the sea-mouse, and zoophytes, or animal flowers. The beautiful Guernsey lily takes itfl name from this
island, where it is still cultivated with great success. Few articles are furnished for exportation, except granite
for paving, and cows which are sometimes sent to England. In 1813 the shipping belonging to Ghxemsey
amounted to 10,892 tons burden. Christianity is said to have been introduced here about the middle of the
sixth century ; and till the reformation, this and the other Norman islands were under the ecclesiastical juris-
diction of the Bishop of Coutances, in Normandy, but in the reign of Elizabeth they were subjected to the see of
Winchester. The government is vested in a governor and lieutenant-governor appointed by the crown ; but
there is a local magistracy for the management of the internal affairs of the island.

The ISLE of ALDERNEY, which, as well as those of Serk, Herm, and Jethou, is under the jurisdiction of the
states of Guernsey, contained, in 1821, 1151 inhabitants. It is only noted for having given name to a breed
of black-cattle for the dairy ; but the Aldemey cows are chiefly exported from Jersey and Guernsey.



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INLAND COMMUNICATION,

BY MEANS OF NAVIGABLE RIVERS, CANALS, AND RAILWAYS.



Auehdare Canal, co. Glamorgan, S. W., constructed
under the authority of an act of parliament passed
in 1793.

A.berdeenshire, or Don and Dee Canal, co. Aberdeen,
S., executed under acts of parliament obtained in
1796, 1801, and 1809.

Adur River, co. Sussex, improved under an act passed
in 1807.

Aire and Calder Navigation, W. R. co. York, com-
pleted and opened in 1826.

Alford Canal, co. Lincoln, executed under an act of
parliament passed 7 Geo. IV.

Ancholme River Navigation, co. Lincoln.

Andover Canal, co. Hants, constructed under the au-
thority of an act of parliament of the 29 Geo. III.

Arun River Navigation, co. Sussex.

Ashby-de-la-Zouch Canal, cos. Warwick, Derby, and
Leicester, completed and opened in 1805.

Ashton-under-Lyue Canal, co. Lancashire, constructed
under acts of parliament passed since 1791.

Avon River, cos. Wilts and Hants: the works were
destroyed by a flood soon after their completion.

Avon River, cos. Warwick, Worcester, and Gloucester.

Avon and Frome Rivers, passing through the city of
Bristol, CO. Gloucester; navigation improved in
1803 and 1806.

Avon River, cos. Somerset and Gloucester, acts for im-
proving its navigation obtained in 1712 and 1807.

Axe River, CO. Somerset, navigation improved in 1802.

Bamsley Canal, W. R. co. York, completed and opened
in 1799.

Barrow River, cos. Killdare, Carlow, and Wexford, I.,
acts for improving the navigation of which passed
between 1753 and 1771.

Basingstoke Canal, cos. Surrey and Hants, constructed
under the authority of acts passed in 1778 and 1793.

Baybridge Canal, co. Sussex, made in pursuance of an
act procured in 1825.

Belfast Canal, co. Antrim, I.

Beverley Beck, E. R. co. Y^ork, navigation improved
under the sanction of an act passed in 1744.

Birmingham Canal Navigations, cos. Warwick and
Stafford, executed under the authority of various
acts procured between 1768 and 1823.

Birmingham and Liverpool Junction Canal, cos. Staf-
ford, Salop, and Chester: acts for making this canal
were passed in 1826 and 1827.

Black water Navigation, cos. Armagh and Monaghan, I.

Borrowstowness Canal, cos. Linlithgow and Stirling, Sr

Bourn £au Navigation, co. Lincoln , an act procured
for improving the navigation in 1781.

Boyne River, co. East Meath, I. ; grant for improve-
ments in its navigation was obtained in 1771.

Bradford Canal, W. R, co. York, completed and opened
in 1774.

Brecknock and Abergavenny Canal, cos. Brecknock
and Monmouth, S.W., executed under an act passed
in 1793 and 1804.

Tlie Duke of Bridgwater's Canal, cos. Lancashire and
Cheshire, completed and opened in 1761.



Bridgwater and Taunton Canal, co. Somerset, made

under an act passed in 1824.
Britton Canal, co. Glamorgan, S. W.
Bude Harbour and Canal, cos. Cornwall and Devon,

made under an act passed in 1819.
Bure, or North River, co. Norfolk ; an act for the im-
provement of its navigation obtained in 1773.
Bure, Yare, and Waveney Rivers, and Yarmouth Haven,

CO. Norfolk, improved between 1682 and 1772.
Bury, Loughor, and Uiedi Rivers, cos. Glamorgan and
Carmarthen ; S. W., an act passed in J 813 for im-
proving the navigation of these rivers.

Bute Ship Canal, co. Glamorgan, S. W., constructed
in pursuance of an act passed in 1 830.

Caistor Canal, co. Lincoln, made in pursuance of an
act passed in 1793. ^

Calder and Hebble Navigation, W. R. co. York, com-
pleted between 1758 and 1825.

Caledonian Canal, co. Inverness, S., completed and
opened in 1822.

Cam, or Grant River, co. Cambridge.

Camel River, co. Cornwall.

Canterbury Navigation, or River Stour, co. Kent, im-
proved under the authority of an act obtained in 1825.

Carlisle Canal, co. Cumberland, for making which an
act was obtained in 1 8 1 9.

Carron River, co. Stirling, S.

Cart River, oo. Renfrew, S., for which an act was pro-
cured in 1787.

Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation, co. Essex, com-
pleted and opened in 1796.

Chesterfield Canal, cos. Derby, York, and Nottingham,
completed and opened in 1776.

Clyde River, cos. Lanark, Renfrew, and Dumbarton, S. ;
various improvements have been made in consequence
of several acts of Parliament between 1759 and 1825.

Colne River, co. Essex.

Conway River, cos. Denbigh and Carnarvon, N. W.

Coombe Hill Canal, co. Gloucester, for making which
an act passed in 1792.

Coventry Canal, cos. Warwick and Stafford, completed
and opened in 1790.

Cree River, or Water of Cree, cos. Kirkcudbright and
Wigton, S. ^

Crinan Canal, co. Argyll, S., constructed in pursuance
of acts passed in 1793 and 1799.

Cromford Canal, cos. Nottingham and Derby, con-
structed under the authority of acts passed in 1789
and 1790.

Crouch River, co. Essex.

Croydon Canal, cos. Surrey'and Kent, completedin 1811

Darent River, co. Kent

Dart River, co. Devon.

Dearne and D6ve Canal, W. R. co. York, for com-
pleting which an act was passed in 1800.

Deben River, co. Suffolk.

Dee River, co. Chester, navigation improved and works
completed in 1740.

Derby Canal, co. Derby, an act for making which was
passed in 1793.



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Derwent River, co. Derby, made navigable under an
act of 6 Geo. 1.

Derwent River, N. R. co. York, for extending the na-
vigation of which an act was made in 1 805.

Devon River, cos. Perth and Clackmannan, S.

Dorset and Somerset Canal, cos. Dorset, Somerset, and
Wilts, never completed.

Driffield Navigation, E. R. co. York, improved in pur-
suance of an act obtained in 1817.

Droitwich Canal, co. Worcester, constructed by Brind-
ley in 1768.

Drumglass Canal, co. Tyrone, I.

Dudley Canal, cos. Worcester and Stafford, executed
undertheauthorityof acts passed between 1776& 1 796.

Dun River Navigation, W. R. co. York, improved
under various acts between 1726 and 1826.

Eden River, co. Cumberland, for making this river na-
vigable an act passed in 1721.

Edinburgh and Glasgow Union Canal, cos. Stirlir^,
Linlithgow, and Edinburgh, S., executed under the
authority of various acts passed from 1817 to 1826.

EUesmere and Chester Canal, co. Chester, constructed
under the sanction of acts obtained between 1772
and 1830.

English and Bristol Channels Ship Canal, cos. Devon,
Dorset, and Somerset, never completed.

Erewash Canal, cos. Derby and Nottingham, made in
pursuance of an act passed in 1777.

Exe River and Exeter Uanal, co. Devon ; considerable
improvements were made in the navigation in pur-
suance of an act passed in 1829.

Forth and Clyde Canal, cos. Dumbarton, Lanark, and
Stirling, S., completed and opened in 1790.

Foss Navigation, N. R. co. York, executed under the
authority of acU passed in 1793 and 1801.

Fossdike Navigation, co. Lincoln, supposed by Dr.
Stukeley to have been the work of the Romans.

Gipping River, co. Suffolk, improved under the sanc-
tion of acts passed in 1790 and 1793.

Glamorganshire, or CardifFCanal,co. Glamorgan, S.W,,
for making which an act was obtained in 1790.

Glasgow, Paisley, and Ardrossan Canal and Railway,
cos. Ayr, Renfrew, and Lanark, S.

Glastonbury Navigation, co. Somerset, for improving
which an act passed in 1827.

Glenkenns Canal, co. Kirkcudbright, S., for making
which an act passed in 1802.

Gloucester and Berkeley Canal, co. Gloucester, com-
pleted and opened in 1 827.

Grand Canal, cos. Dublin, Killdare, and King's County,
L, completed and opened in 1828.

Grand Junction Canal, cos. Northampton, Bucking-
ham, Hertford, and Middlesex, relating to which
tw.lve acts have been obtained between 1793 and 1819.

Grand Surrey Canal, cos. Surrey and Kent, constructed
between 1801 and 1811.

Grand Union Canal, cos. Leicester and Northampton,
for making which an act passed in IQIO.

Grand Western Canal, cos. Devon and Somerset, for
making which acts passed in 1796, 1811, and 1812.

Grantham Canal, cos. Lincoln and Nottingham, con-
ttructed in pursuance of an act passed in 1793.

Gieiley Canal, co. Stafford, made under the sanction
of an act passed in 1775.



Hereford and Gloucester Canal, cos. Hereford and
Gloucester, the works of which were commenced in
1 792, but were never completed, the canal extend-
ing only to Ledbury.

Hertford Union Canal, cos. Hertford and Middlesex,
for making which an act passed in 1824.

Horncastle Navigation, co. Lincoln, completed and
opened in 1802.

Huddersfield Canal, cos. York, W. R., andU^hester, con-
structed under the authority of acts obtained in 1794
and 1806.

Isle of Dogs Canal, co. Middlesex, made under the
authority of an act passed in 1807.

Itchin Navigation, co. Hants, for improving which va-
rious acts have been obtained, the last in 1820.

Ivel River, cos. Bedford and Herts, made navigable
under the sanction of an act passed in 17.57.

Ivelchester and Langport Canal, co. Somerset, for
making which navigable an act was procured in
1795.

Ken net and Avon Canal, cos. Wilts and Berks, com
plcted and opened m 1810.

Kennet River, co. Berks, made navigable under differ-
ent acts, the last of which passed in 1730.

Kensington Canal, co. Middlesex, for the execution of
which an act passed in 1 824.

Kidwelly Canal, co. Carmarthen, S. W., constructed in
1766, and improved in 1812 and 1818.

Lancaster Canal, cos. Westmorland and Lancaster,
completed under the sanction of various acts passed
between 1792 and 1819.

Larke River, cos. Suffolk and Cambridge, navigation
improved under the authority of acts passed in 1700
and 1817.

Lea River, cos. Middlesex, Herts, and Essex, naviga-
tion improved in 1805 and 1824.

Leeds and Liverpool Canal, cos. York and Lancaster,
completed and opened in 1816.

Leicester Navigation, co. Leicester, completed in 1794.

Leicestershire and Northamptonshire Union Canal, co.
Leicester, made under the authority of acts passed in
1793 and 1805.

Leominster Canal, co. Hereford, executed under the
sanction of different acts, the last of which was ob-
tained in 1826.

Liffey River, cos. Killdare and Dublin, I.

Liskeard and Looe Canal, co. Cornwall, for making
which an act passed in 1 825.

Liverpool Docks and Harbour, co. Lancaster, for tne
various improvements of which several acts passed
between 1710 and 1828.

Llanelly Dock and Railway, co. Carmarthen, S.W. ,

^ executed under the authority of an act passed in
1828.

London and Cambridge Junction Canal, cos. Essex
and Cambride^e, for making which acts were pa8.seii
in 1812 and 1814.

Louth Canal, co. Lincoln, improved under the autho-
rity of acts passed in 1763 and 1828.

Loyne, or Lune River, co. Lancaster, for the improve-
ment of which various acts were obtained between
1749 and 1807.

Macclesfield Canal, cos. Chester and Stafford, for
making which an act was obtained in 1826.



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Manchester, Bolton, and Bury Canal, co. Lancaster,
executed under the authority of acts passed in 1791
and 1805.
Market Weighton Canal, £. R. co. York, for making

which an act was obtained in 1772.
Med way River, co. Kent, navigation improved under
the authority ofacts obtained between 1664 and 1824.
Mersey and Irwell Navigation, co. Lancaster, im-
proved under the sanction of acts passed in 1720
and 1794.
Monkland Canal, co. Lanark, S., the works for which

were commenced in 1782
Monmouthshire Canal, co. Monmouth, constructed

between 1792 and 1802.
Montgomeryshire Canal, cos. Montgomery, N. W.,

and Salop, completed in 1821.
Neath Canal Navigation, co. Glamorgan, S. W., con-
structed under the authority of acts passed in 1791
and 1798.
Nene, or Nyne River, co. Northampton, navigation im-
proved under the sanction of acts passed in 1714,
1725, 1756, and 1794.
Nene and Wisbech Rivers, cos. Cambridge, Norfolk,
and Lincoln, acts for improving the navigation ob-
tained in 1827 and 1829.
Newcastle-under-Lyne Canal, co. Stafford, constructed

under the authority of an act obtained in 1795.
Newcastle-under-Lyne Junction Canal, co. Stafford,

for making which an act passed in 1798.
Newport Pagnel Canal, co. Bucks, for making which

an act was obtained inr 1814.
New River Bedford Level, co. Cambridge, an act for

its improvement, obtained in 1 754.
Newry Canal, co. Down, 1., executed in 1761.
Nith River Navigation, cos. Kirkcudbright and Dum-
fries, S., improved under the sanction of an act passed
in 1811.
North Level Navigation and Drainage, cos. Lincoln
and Cambridge, an act for the improvement of which
was procured in 1830.
North Walsham and Diiham Canal, co. Norfolk, made

in pursuance of an act passed in 1812.
North Wilts Canal, co. Wilts, for making which, an

act was obtained in 1813.
Norwich and Lowestoft Navigation, cos. Norfolk and
Suffolk, executed under the sanction of an act
passed in 1827.
Nottingham Canal, co. Nottingham, for making which

an act passed in 1792.
Nutbrook, or Shipley Canal, co. Derby, constructed

in pursuance of an act passed in 1793.
Oakham Canal, cos. Leicester and Rutland, constructed
under the authority of acts passed in 1793 and
1800.
Ouse River, co. Sussex, the last act for improving

which passed in 1814.
Ouse River, W. and £. R. co. York, the last of seve-
ral acts for amending the navigation passed in
1770.
Little Ouse, or Brandon and Waveney River, cos. Nor-
folk and Suffolk, the last act for amendbg the navi-
gation of which was procured in 1810.
Ouse and Larke Navigation, cos. Cambridge, Suffolk,
and Norfolk, completed in 1827.



Great Ouse River, cos. Bedford, Huntingdon, and
Cambridge, navigation improved in the reign of

Charles II.
Oxford Canal, cos. Oxford and Warwick, constructed

under the authority of various acts obtained between

1769 and 1829.
Peak Forest Canal, cos. Derby and Chester, completed

and opened in 1800.
Pembrey Harbour Canal and Railway, co. Carmarthen

S. W., executed under the authority of an act of the

6th Geo. IV.
Penclawdd Canal, co. Glamorgan, S. W., constructed

in pursuance of an act passed in 1811.
Pocklington Canal, £. R. co. York, for making which

an act was obtained in 1815.
Polbrook Canal, co. Cornwall, in 1797 an act passed

authorizing this undertaking.
Portsmouth and Arundel Canal, cos. Sussex and

Hants, the works of which were executed under

various acts, the last passed in 1828.
Sir John Ramsden*s Canal, W. R. co. York, for con-
structing which an act was obtained in 1774.
Regent*s Canal, co. Middlesex, the last of the various

acts authorizing this undertaking, passed in 1821.
Ribble River, co. Lancaster, for the improvement of

which an act was obtained in 1 806.
Rochdale Canal, cos. York and Lancaster, executed

under the sanction of acts passed in 1794-1807.
Rother River, co. Sussex, for making which navigable

an act was passed in 1791.
Royal Canal, cos. Dublin, Westmeath, and Longford, 1.
Royal Military, or Shorncliff and Rye Canal, cos. Kent

and Sussex, for the appropriation of which to the

purposes of commerce, an act was passed in 1807.
St. Columb Canal, co. Cornwall, constructed under the

authority of an act procured in 1773.
Salisbury and Southampton Canal, cos. Wilts and

Hants, for making which acts were passed in 1795

and 1800.
Sankey Canal, co. Lancaster, constructed under the au-*

thority of various acts passed between 1755 and 1830.
Severn River, cos. Montgomery, N. W., Salop, Wor-
cester, and Gloucester, the last act for improving the

navigation of which passed in 181 1 .
Severn and Wye Canal and Railway, co. Gloucester,

executed under the authority of various acts, the

last of which passed in 1822.
Sheffield Canal, W. R. co. York, for making which an

act passed in 1815.
Shrewsbury Canal, co. Salop, for making which an act

was obtained in 1 793.
Shropshire Canal, co. Salop, constructed under the

authority of an act passed in 1788.
Sleaford Navigation, co. Lincoln, for making which an

act was obtained in 1794.
Soar River, or Loughborough Navigation, co. Leicester,

for making which navigable acts were passed in

1766 and 1776.
Somersetshire Coal Canal, co. Somerset, executed

under the sanction of acts passed between 1794 and

1802.
Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal, cos. Worces-
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Stamforth and Keadby Canal, cos. York, W. R., and
Lincolnshire, constructed under the sanction of acta
passed between 1793 and 1809.
Stort River, cos. Essex and Herts, made navigable

under acts passed in 1759 and 1766.
Stourbridge Canal, cos. Stafford and Worcester; the
acts authorizing this canal were obtained 1776, and
m 1782.
Stratford-upon-Avon Canal, cos. Warwick and Wor-
cester, which was carried on under various acts, of
which the last jiassed m 1821.
Stroudwater Navigation, co. Gloucester, for making

which an act was procured in 1776.
Swansea Canal, co. Glamoigan and Brecknock, S.W.,

for making which an act was obtained m 1704
Tavistock Canal, co. Devon, which was constructed

under the auUiority of an act passed in 1803.
Tay River and Perth Navigation, cos. Perth, Fife, and
Forfar, S., for improving which an act was obtained
in 1830.
Tees Navigation, cos. Durham and N. R. York, for
making improvements in which an act was obtained
in 1828.
Thames River, cos. Gloucester, Oxford, Berks, Buck-
ingham, Surrey, Middlesex, Essex, and Kent.
Thames and Medway Canal, co. Kent, executed in
pursuance of acts obtained between 1800 and 1824.
Thames and Severn Canal, cos. Gloucester and Wilts,
executed under the sanction of acts passed in 1783
and 1813.
Tone and Parrett Navigation, co. Somerset, improved
under the sanction of acts passed in 1699 and 1707.
Trent River, cos. Leicester, Derby, Nottingham, and
Lincoln, the last act for improving the navigation of
which passed in 1794.
Trent and Mersey Canal, cos. Chester, Stafford, and

Derby, executed between 1766 and 1827.
Ulster Canal, cos. Fermoy, Monaghan, Armagh, and

Tyrone, I.
Warwick and Birmingham Canal, cos. Warwick and
Worcester, executed under the sanction of acts
passed in 1793 and 1796.
Warwick and Napton Canal, co. Warwick, constructed
under the authority of acts passed in 1794, 1796,
and 1809.
Weald of Kent Canal, co. Kent, the act for making

which passed in 1812; never executed.
Wear River, co. Durham, navigation improved under
the authority of various acts between 1716 and 1830.
Weaver Navigation, co. Chester; acts for the improve-
ment of the navigation passed between 1720 and
1829.
Welland River, co. Lincoln, for the improvement of

which an act was obtained in 1794.
Wey River, co. Surrey, improved under the sanction of

acts procured in 1671 and 1760.
Wey and Arun Junction Canal, cos. Surrey and Sussex,

made under the authority of an act passed in 1813.
Wilts and Berks Canal, cos. Berks and Wilts, com-
pleted under the authority of acts passed between
1795 and 1821.
Wisbech Canal, co. Cambridge, constructed under the

sanction of an act passed in 1794.
Witham River, co. Lincoln; the last of several acts for
improving the navigation passed in 1829.



Worcester and Birmingham Canal, co. Worcester, eon-
structed under the authority of acts passed from
1791 to 1815.

Wreak and Eye Rivers, or Leicester and Melton Mow-
bray Navigation, co. Leicester, improved under tht
sanction of acts passed in 1791 and 1800.

Wye and Lugg Rivers, cos. Radnor, S. W., Herefoid,
Monmouth, and Gloucester, several acts for impror-
ingthe navigation of which passed between 1662 and

Wyrley and Essington Canal, co. Stafford, executed
under the authority ot acts paftsed in 1792 and 1794.



Aber Dulais Railway, co. Glamorgan, S. W. 1823.
Airdrie, or Ballochney Railway, co. Lanark, S., 1826.
Berwick and Kelso Railway, cos. Durham, Roxburgh,

andBerwick, S., 1811. ^

Bolton and Leigh Railway, co. Lancaster, 1828.
Brandling's Railroad, W. R. co. York, 1758.
Bristol and Gloucestershire Railway, co. Gloucester

1828.
Bullo Pill, or Dean Forest Railway, co. Gloucester

1826.
Canterbury and WhiUtable Railway, co. Kent, 1828.
Clarence Railway, co. Durham, 1829.
Cromford and High Peak Railway, co. Derby, 1825.
Croydon, Merstham, and Godstone Railway, co. Sur-

rey, 1806.
Dundee and Newtyle Railway, co. Forfar, S., 1830.
Edinburgh and Dalkeith Railway, co. Edinburgh. S.

1829. ^

Gamkirk and Glasgow Railway, co. Lanark, S., 1830.
Gloucestershire and Avon Railway, co. Gloucester, 1828.
Gloucester and Cheltenham Railway, co. Gloucester.

1815.
Kilmarnock Railway, co. Ayr, S., 1808.
Kington Railway, cos. Hereford and Radnor, S. W\,

1818.
Kirkintilloch, or Monkland and Kirkintilloch Railway,

COS. Dumbarton and Lanark, S., 1824.
I^ds and Selby Railway, W. R. co. York, 1830.
Leicester and Swannington Railway, co. Leicester, 1 830,
Liverpool and Manchester Railway, co. Lancaster, 1829.
Manchester and Oldham Railway, co. Lancaster, 1826.
Mansfield and Pinxton Railway, cos. Nottingham and

Derby, 1817.
Monmouth Railway, cos. Gloucester and Monmouth

1810.
NantUe Railway, co. Carnarvon, N. W., 1828.
NewcasUe-on-Tyne and Cariisie Railway, cos. North-

umberiand and Cumbedand, 1829.
Penrhynmaur Railway, co. Anglesey, N. W., 1812.
Plymouth and Dartmoor Railway, co. Devon, 1 821 .
Redruth and Chasewater Railway, co. Cornwall, 1824.
Saint Helen's and Runcorn Gap Railway, co. Lancaster

1830.
Stockton and Darlington Railway, co. Durham, 1828.
Stratford and Moreton Railway, cos. Warwick and

Gloucester, 1825.
Surrey Iron Railway, co. Surrey, 1805.
Warrington and Newton Railway, co. Lancaster, 1830,
Wigan Branch Railway, co. Lancaster, 1830.



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