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15 Augt.

4 Aug.

Resignations and Retirements. Lieuts. Sadler, h. p. 1 Pro. Bn. of Mil. 19 Oct. 1821.

Lichtenberger, h. P. 4 Line German Leg.
Lieuts.
Cornet.

Wisbaden,

5 Oct. Pennington, 15 Dr. Lloyd, 1 Dr. G.

Von. Thieschwitz, h. p. Brunswick Inf.
Penrose, 99 F.
Ensign.

Don. M‘Intosh, (Qua. Master of Dumfries
Ņewenham, 14 F. Brown, 47 F.

Mil.) at Dumfries,

20 April
Simpson, 51 F.
Assist. Surg

Cornet. Fead, h. p. 22 Dr.
Mansell, 84 F.
Robson, 87 F.

Ensigns. Leckey, 73 F. Galla, Trincomalee, Cey-
lon,

1 May. Appointments Cancelled.

Irvine, h. p. 34 F. Irvine's Town, Ine-
Lieut. Col.
Ensign.

land,

20 Sep. Plenderleath, 1 F. Hopper, 24 F.

Nason, h. p. 56 F.
Lieut.
Adjutant

Pierse, h. p. 1 Irish Brig. Ireland, 22 May.
Leslie, 18 Dr.
Lt Rochford, Rifle Brig.
Paymsr. Kerr, 1 Dr. Radioole,

17 Nov2d Lieut.

Quart-Mast.

Qua-mst. Sweeny, h. p. 17 Dr. Maryborough, IreMoorhead, 2 Cyl. Reg. Manley, 91 F.

land,

19 Sept. Cornet.

Hosp. Assist.
Swinhoe 22 Dr.
Christie, from h. p-

Medical Department. MEMORANDUM.-Mr Charles M'Bean, who Inspector Dr. W. Hussey, Cape of Good Hope, resigned his Commission as Captain in the 2d West

15 Sept. India Regt. in 1811, when in a state of mental Staff Surg. Gilder, Africa, derangement, has been re-instated in his rank, with Surg. Haskins, 2 W. I. R. Africa

31 do. a view to his being placed upon Half-Pay from

Assist. Surg. Gray, 89 F. on march to Poonamalee, 25 June, 1821.

Madras,

7 May.

Assist. Surg. Thalacker, h. p. 2 L. Dr. Ger. Leg. Wounded in the Division under Major Hosp. Assist. R. S. Gillespie, in the River Gambia, General Smith, at the capture of Beni

Dep. Assist. Com. Gen. Stokes, at Dominique. Boo Alli, in Arabia, 2d March 1821.

Additions and Alterations while
Lieuts.

Ensign.
Cuppage, 65 F. Mulkern, 65 F.

Printing
Madden,65 F. (severely.)

20 F. Col. J. Maitland, from h. p. 103 F. to be
Lt. Col.

25 Nov. 1821 Deaths.

Lt. J. Goldfrap, Capt.

do. Lt. Gen. W. Popham, East India Company Army,

Ens. T. Moore, Lt.

do. London, 0 Feb. 1821. D. W. A. Douglas, Lt.

26 do Maj. Gen. Baron llonstedt, late German Legion.

Lt. J. Patience, from h. p. York Rang. 31 Oct. Lt.

27 do. Cols. Dunlop, Renf. Mil.

13 Nov.

- C. O'Connor, from h. p. 100 F. do. do. Tetley, East Ind. Com. Army, India,

W. Watson, from h. p. 94 F. do. do. Nov. 1820.

- A M'Lean, from h. p. 72 F. do. do. Griffiths, do. India,

June

- T. H. Hemmans, from h. p. 14 F. do. C.M.Kenzie, do. do.

do. 8 May 1821 Lt. Cols. P. Douglas, E. I. Comp. Army, England,

J. M'Lean, from h. p. 43 F. do. do. 16 March

W. Kidman, from h. p. 8 F. do. do. Gifford, do. India,

13 April

-- F. Robinson, from h. p. 19 F. do. do. Saxon, do. England,

22 do.

- Pon. G. T. Keppel, from 24 F. do. Dalrymple, do. Madras, 12 May.

do. Nooth, 21 F. Demarara,

Ens. H. M. St. V. Rose, from 55 F. do.

28 do. De Fragstein, h. p. Brunswick Inf. 27 Sept.

F. Pitts, Ens. vice Moore, Majors Don. Mackay, East India Comp. Army,

25 do. India,

27 May1820.
S. Robbins, do. vice Douglas,

26 do C. Sealy, do. India,

29 June.

Assist. Surg. M. Devitt, M. D. from h. p. Scott. do. do.

2 Vet. Bn. Assist. Surg.

25 do. Powell, do. England,

Bt. Maj. C. Knight, Major, vice Grant, do.

38 Bond, do. India,

Bt. Lt. Col. S. Hall, from 89 F. Lt. Col.do. Greene, do. do.

Ens. R. Matthew, Lt.

do. Mathews, do. do.

5 Oct.
- Alex. Campbell, do.

26 do. D:Dowall, do. do.

7 Nov,
T. Kerr, Lt.

27 do. Ma-on, do. do.

2 Dec.

Lt. A. Taylor, from h. p, 25 Dr. Lt. 23 do. Hare, do. do.

4 May 1821.

- G. B. O'Brien, from h, p. 4W. I.R. Lt. H. W. Gealy, do. do. 13 do.

do. l'asley, do. England,

20 June

Alex. Campbell, from h. p. 91 F. do. do. Patison, of late 8 R. Vet. Bat. prev.of 29 F.

J. Liston, from h. p. 47 F. Lt. do.

- J. Buchanan, from 89 F. do. do. F. Baron Grueber, h. p.1 Lt. Dr. Ger. Leg. F. Baron Marschalk, h. p. 4 Line Germ.

T. Armstrong, from h. p. 2 F. Lt. do. Leg.

John Campbell, Ens. vice Matthew, 25 do. Rossi, h. p. Corsican Rang.

F. Tudor, do. vice A. Campbell, 26 do. Capts. Hon. S. Douglas, 6 Dr.

H. C. Fraser, do. vice Kerr, 27 do. Moorhouse, 65 F. Colabah, Bombay,

Assist. Surg. J. Jobson, from h. p. 9 Vet. 4 May Bn. A sist. Surg.

25 do. Anderson, 1 W. I. R. St Lucie,

19 Aug

54

Bt. Lt. Col. C. Grant, from 33 F. Lt. Smith, ret. 3 Vet. Bat. Guernsey, 5.Sept.

Col.

do. Sinclair, h. p. 30 F.

Ens. T. Fraser, Lt.

do. C. Hill. do.

96 do.
G. Anderson, h. p. 2 Gar. Bn. Lime Grove,
Lancashire,

31 July
J. Clark, do.

27 do. M'Dermott, b. p. 1 Prov. Bn. of Mil.

Lt. J. Lawless, from h. p. 60 F. Lt. 28 de. 19 Aug.

- G. Foskey, from h. p. 5 W. I. R. Lt. Savignac, h. p. Dillon's Regt.

do. De St Laurent, h. p. Cors. Rang.

G. Manners, from h. p. 2 F. do. de, Testaferrata, h. p. Malta Reg.

- T.L. Mitchell, from ħ. p. Rifle Br. Lt.

do. Lieuts. Wetherall, 2 Bn. 1 F. Tanjore, Madras

12 June
- J. G. Beavan, from 65 F. Lt.

do. Rowlands, 21 F. at Dominique.

- F. Thornbury, from l. p. Rifle Bs. Lj. Crab, 40 F. Ireland, Nov.

do. Poyntz, 2 Ceylon Reg.

- J. Norman, from h. p. 81 F. do. do. G. Robinson, Sappers and Miners, Car

G. C. Mundy, Ens. vice Fraser, 25 do. lisle.

23 Oct.
Lt. Fenton, do. vice Hill,

26 do. Lemprier, h. p. R. Eng. Alicant, 26 Dec.

F. Considine, do. vice Clarke, 27 do. 1820.

Assist. Surg. A. Shanks, M. D. from h. p, Stinton, h. p. 1 F. London, Nov. 1821.

56 F. Assist. Surg.

25 do. Stuart, h. p. 89 F. Aberdeen,

Bt. Maj. J. L. Basden, Maj. vice Hall, do. VOL. IS.

40

23 Aug.

11 Aug.

21 do. 10 Sept.

30 do.

02 Sept.

3

18 M.30

4

METEOROLOGICAL TABLE,

Kept at Edinburgh, in the Observatory, Caltonhill. N.B.–The Observations are made twice every day, at nine o'clock forenoon, and four o'clock after

noon.—The second. Observation in the afternoon, in the first column, is taken by the Register Thermometer. JAttach.

Attach. 1821. Ther. Baro. Wind.

Ther. Baro.

Wind. Weather.
Ther.

Ther.
Nov. 1
M. 43 29.134 M.54

SW. Horain forn Nov. 16{M.78 -2.683 M.19}sw. Heavy rain.
A. 53 -351 4. 51 ) Fair aftern.
M.40
.192M 531 Fair foren.

.998

H. rain day.
SW.

N.
A. 53 8-903A. 52)

17{A. 52 20.491 A. 44}
H. rain after.)

snow night M.37 29 492M 47 Fair foren.

.719 M. 40 Fair day. Cble.

N.
A. 41
.102 A. 44
Snow night.
A. 33 .894A. 39

sn. on hills M.25 128.998 M.37

now morn.

M.34

19 Chle.

.496 M.431 Fair foru.

W.
A. 32 29.657 A. 36

Fair aftern.

A. 15
.496 A. 44

rain after
M.32
.762 M.36
Sn, on hills.

M.39 .142 M.47 5

20

Jrain forers

NW.
A. 35
.856 A. 37
keen frost.

A. 48 .153 A. 45 Fair after
M.32)
.960 M.11
Fair day.

M.30 .271 M.45
SW.

Dull, with

NW.
.978 A. 39
snow on hills.
A. 38 .437 A. 43

now.
M.38
.910 M.41

M.31 28.994 M.39
S.

22
Ditto.

Rain' for

Cble. .827 A. 46

JA 37 .998|A. 43 the day, M.38) .909

M.41 Fair, but 8

23 / M.34 29.221 M.41

Fair, with
S.

W.
.995 A. 44
dull.

A. 38

.448 A. 403 sunshine M.38 9 .876M.46

Rain mor SE.

94M.35 28.952 M.12 Ditto.

W. .930 A. 45

A. 10

.941 A. 40 M.38 .692 M.44

M.32 .939 M.39 10

Fair day.
ISE.
Ditto.

W.
A. 43 505A. 49

A. 35 29,172A. 57 rain night
M.38 -365 M.19

Rain morn.

M.35 28-985 M.36 11

26

Dull, with
SW.

W.
A. 51 .336 A. 49) and night

A. 48 .507 A. 45

showers M.39 .251 M 47

M.38

Dull, but 12

Fair with ISW.

27 A. 57 .252 A. 48

fair.

A. 41
.835 A, 40)

bunshine M.39 .155 M.51 13

M.36 29.106 M.40
Dull day,
28

INW.

Dull, with A. 52 .108A. 51

rain night.

A. 46 28.998 A. 44 ) h. showers
M.40 965 M.49

Fair, but
SW.

.929 M.13
29
M.35

Fair foren. .9214.51

NW.
A. 46

dull.
A. 12 .9281A 42

h. rain aftern!
M.38
555 M.52
Rain morn.
M.53 29.289 M.41

Fair foren, SW.

30
A. 53 28.9 24.50

Jw.
and night.
A. 38 128.998 A. 41

rain after

SW.

6{\A. 40

21

A. 10

A. 40

A. 46

iair day.

25

531 M.41 w.

SW.

15

Average of Rain, 3.217 inches.

AGRICULTURAL REPORT.

The dry weather in Autumn was succeeded in November by rains, amounting to fire and a half inches in depth. The temperature has been high for the season, and vegetation has met with no serious check. In gardens, cauliflowers continue to come in flower, and some varieties of strawberries still shew blossoms.

The excessive moisture, however, has prevented the operation of ploughing from being carried forward in a proper manner on retentive soils. On dry lands, plougts are still at work, and a considerable breadth of clover stubbles have been turned ore. „Breaking up fallows is every where completed ; and little anxiety is manifested, at this early period of the season, for pushing forward Spring ploughing.

Turnips still continue to improve. Wheat looks fresh ; but if severe frosts shall succeed the present excessive rains, the young plants will be in danger of being thrown out. Though the weather has hitherto been open, yet cattle have been later at pasture, and winter fodder will, in many instances, be rather scarce.

The soil is in general, at present, too wet for carting out dung; and farmers hare leisure to attend to the threshing mill. Oats turn out much better than was expected, but prices continue low. At many of the Autumn fairs lean cattle were offered at very low prices, and few were disposed to purchase. The failure of the turnip crop in the Summer months is still felt, and nothing like the usual quantity of feds are put up in the feeding byre: this may occasion a slight rise in the price of fat beasts in the Spring months; but, from the large quantity of lean stock on hand, a permanent high price for cattle is not to be astily expected.

Perthshire, 18th December 1821.

CORN MARKETS.

Edinburgh.
Wheat.
1821.
Barley. Oats.

Oatmeal. B.& P.Meal
Quar. Potat.

Pease.
Boll Prices. Av.pr.

Loaf. p-peck

1821.

Bls. Peck. Bls. Peck. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. d. s. ds. d. s. d. s. d. s.a. d. d.

S. d. s. d. Nov. 21) 739 24 6 35 30 4 ||20 0 20 6 15 6 19 0140 17 6 10 10 Nov. 201 482 1 2 63 0 11 28 528 24 0 34 29 9 | 190 23 0 14 0 19 0 14 0 17 6 10 10

27| 152 1 2 701011 Dec. 5 475243 34 29 8 ||18 6 23 0 14 0 18 6 13 6 170 10 10 Dec. 4 154 1 251 0 11 12 627|23 0 33 28 0 ||18 0 23 0 14 0 18 0 130 170 10 10

11 428 1 1 50 0 10

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Glasgow.
Wheat, 240 lbs.

Oats, 264 lbs. Barley, 320 lbs. Bns. & Pse. Oatmeal Flour, 1821. Dantzic.For. red. British. Irish. British. English. Scots.

140 lbs. 280 lbs.

Stir. Mea.
S. S. S. & S. 8. d. s. d. s. d. s

S. d.
S.
S. 6. d. S.

s. s. ds. d. Nov. 22

32 35 27 35 0 ||16 6 900 21 22 0 000025 28 0.18 21 6 16 0 18 6 57 53 29

32 35 27 35 0 117 0 20 6 21 220 00 00 25 28 0 18 21 6 160 18 61 57 53 Dec. G

27 35 0 170 190 22 226 21 30 25 27 0 18 210 16 6 170 | 50 53 13

31 84 27 33 6 170 20 6 21 220 21 6 22 25 26 18 21 0 1160 180|| 50 51

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S. S. S. 6. S. S.S. S. Nov. 20 4 6 10 6 2 9 3 22 9 53 34 36 32 34 26 42 16 48 12 457

27 40 10 6 2 8 3 12 8 5 0 30 32 31 32 25 40 44 4610 45/26 Des 5 4 0 10 6 12 8 3 1 3 0 5 0 30 32 30 33 25 40 12 44 38 10 25

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PRICES CURRENT.NOVEMBER 10, 1821.

LEITH. GLASGOW. LIVERPOOL. LOxdox. Tea, Bohea, y lb.........

2s. 5d. @Congou, ...

27 33 Souchong...........

2 1036 SUGAR, Musc. cwt.

B. P. Dry Brown,... ... 575. 60 54 58 53 57 55 60
Mid.Good, & Fine Mid. 70 80 58 71 58 68 61 67
Fine and very fine...... 80 80

75 82

83 Brazil, Brown,.........

19 24
White,....
Rcfined, Double Loaves,.. 130 145
Powder ditto........ 100 110

79 98 Single ditto,..... 88 102 98 112

78 100 Small Lumps....... 88 92 88 92

75 90 Large ditto....... 82 86 84 87 Crushed Lumps.....

56 85 88 MOLASSES, British,.. 25

25 26 26 6 27 23 0 24 6 COFFEE, Jamaica,

Ord. good, and fine ord. 100 110 88 102 95 108 85. 107 Mid. Good and fine Mid.... 110 120 104 122 110 118 Fine, and very fine,....

120 128 125 128 Dutch, Triage & very ord..

84 96 Ord. good, & fine ord.. 1 20 135

98 110 St Domingo... 122 126

95 100 PIMENTO (in bond), Ib..... 7

8 7 78 81 SPIRITS, Jam. Rum, 160.P. 2s. 2d. 24 18 1 10

19 1 11 16 29
Brandy, gal...
...... 4s. 3d. 4 6

4 0
Geneva,
2s. 2 3

14 WINES, Clar. Ist Gr. hhd.. 45 55

20 Portugal Red, pipe,... 30 42

22 48 Spanish, White, butt.. 34 55

25 65 Teneriffe, pipe,..... 30 32

14 16 Madeira,..... 55 65

30 35 LOGwood, Jamaica, ton,... £.7

8 10 9 0 7 10 85 Honduras,

8 30 9 5 7 15 85 Campeachy,.........

9 10 10 0 8 10 10 0 Fustic, Jamaica,..

7

8 6 10 7 0 6 6 6 10 6 10 7 10 Cuba,........

9 11 8 5 8 10 7 15 8 5 8 0 10.0 INDIGO, Caraccas, fine, lb.. 7s. 6d. 10 6

9 0 11 6 TIMBER, Amer. Pine, foot, 1 6 1 S

Ditto Oak,........... 2 9 3 4
Honduras Mahogany.. 10 16

18 0 11 11 0 10 10 TAR, American, brl... 20 21

14 0 14 6
Archangel,............
16

20 6 TALLOW, Rus. Yel. Candle, 44

48 49 44 45 Home melted, cwt..... 48 HEMP, Riga Rhine, ton,...

48 Petersburgh Clean,.... 44 45

44 10 45 0 Flax, Riga Th. & Dr. Ra. 55 56

58
Dutch,....
50 90

42 46 Mats, Archangel......... 75 80 BRISTLES, Peters. Firsts,... 13 10 14

14 Ashes, Petersburgh Pearl,. 40 42

41 Montreal ditto, cwt... 38 40 40 41 37 6 38 Pot......

34 35 33 34 32 34 32 OIL, Whale, tun,.. £.21

21 22 Cod,.........

20 TOBACCO, Virg. fine, Ib.... 7fd.

8 0 5 08 7 inferior, ......

54 3 4 0 2 0 3 3 COTTONS, Bowed Georgia,

097

11 0 70 101 9 10! Sea Island, fine,........

18 1 10 1 4 1 7

1 23

2 11 Demerara & Berbice,..

10 11 0 10 105 106 101 Pernambucco,

1 0 118 1 0

1 0411 Maranham,

10 11

0 103

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Course of Exchange, London, Dec. 11.-Amsterdam, 12 : 13. Ditto, at sight, 12 : 10. Rotterdam, 12 : 14. Antwerp, 12 : 7. Hamburgh, 37 : 6. Altona, 37 : 7. Paris, 3 days sight, 25 : 60. Bourdeaux, 25 : 90. Frankfort-on-theMaine, 156. Madrid, 36. Cadiz, 36. Gibraltar, 30$. Leghorn, 47. Geroa, 434. Lisbon, 50. Oporto, 50. Rio Janeiro, 41. Dublin, 81 P cent. Cork, 9 y cent.

Prices of Bullion, V oz.-Foreign gold in bars, £.3 , 17 , 104. New dollars, 4s. 9fd Silver in bars, standard, 4s. 11 d.

Premiums of Insurance at Lloyd8.—Guernsey or Jersey, 20s. Od.Cork or Dub. lin, 20s. Od.-_Belfast, 20s. Od.-Hambro', 40s. Od - Madeira, 20s. Od.--Jamaica, 355.-Greenland, out and home, 6 gs. to 12 gs.

Weekly Prices of the Public Funds, from October 17 to November 14, 1821.

Nov. 21. Nov. 28. Dec. 5. Dec. 1%.

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· ALPHABETICAL List of EngLISH BANKRUPTS, announced between the 20th

October and the 20th November 1821; extracted from the London Gazette. Alexander, J. Old Bailey, coach-master

Forster, C. F. Margate, coal merchant Angel, J. Sculcoates, York, blockmaker

Francis R. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, hatter Andrews, E. Worcester, bookseller

Gage, M. A. Liverpool, tailor Arther, T. Neath, Glamorganshire, shopkeeper Geltsthorp, J. Molyneux-street, Mary-le-bonne Atkinson, T. Newgate-street, Warehouseman George, W. Haymarket, saddler Austin, H. Northumberland-street, Mary-le-bonne, Germain, G. Commercial Road, Middlesex, merbuilder

chant Baker, W. Ticehurst, Sussex, blacksmith

Gibson, T. jun. and Co. Liverpool, ship-bread Baker, W. Lloyd's Coffee-house, insurance broker bakers Bamber, W. and Co. Huyton, near Blackrod, Lan Goodman, T. late of Witherlay, Leicestershire, cashire, calico printers

jobber in cattle Banton, W. Northwich, grocer

Gosling, G. Chesterfield, wine merchant Bently, J. Shorditch, hardwareman

Gotobed, W. Southam, Isle of Ely, butcher Bingham, R. Gosport, banker

Graham, Sir R. and Co. London, merchants Binks, J. M. Minories, hay salesman

Green, G. and Co. Sheffield, merchants Blythe, J. Newcastle-under-Lyne, draper

Green, G. and Co. Sheffield, edge-tool manufacBright, R. sen. Nassau Place, Commercial Road, haberdasher

Hall, T. Eagle-street, Red Lion-square, coachBryan, W. Lowe and Co. Poultry, printers

maker Bulmer, S. Oxford-street, woollen-draper

Handsword, H. Winchester-street, merchant Burrell, J. Newcastle-upon-Tyne, merchant

Hall, C. G. and Co. Grosvenor-street, West PimCable, W. Aldebergh, Suffolk, baker

lico, carpenters Callow, J. Princes-street, Soho, bookseller

Hart, J. Bradford, Wilts, shopkeeper Cameron, C. J. Gray's Inn Lane, hardwareman Hartley, R. Penrith, hardwareman Card, J. Lloyds' Coffee-house, shipowner

Heppinstall, J. Doncaster, agricultural machineCass, T. Ware, Herts, dealer in corn, &c.

maker Cattle, W. Hartlebury, Worcester, miller

Haydon and Co. Welbeck-street, auctioneers Chandler, C. East Stonehouse, Devon, master Howard, C. T. Hartley Wintney, Hants, surgeon mariner

Hitt, T. Clist, St Lawrence, Devon, butcher Chubb, W. P. Aldgate, chemist

Hubble, M. Tunbridge, victualler Clifford, E. Chancery-lane, broker

Hughes, R. Bangor, cheesefactor Clunie, J. Camberwell, baker

Hulse, $. Nottingham, silversmith Coutes, J. Weobley, tanner

Humphries, I. Witham Priory, Somerset, innCowper, W. Liverpool, draper

holder Crump, J. Birmingham, money scrivener

Ingram, T. Lower Thames-street, fishmonger Dalton, F. Wakefield, liquor merchant

Jolley, N. Charing Cross, pouiterer Davie, J. Mitcheldean, Gloucester, draper

Johnson, J. Sculcoates, York, cornfactor Davidson, T. and Co. Liverpool, merchant

Irving, N. Carlisle, innkeeper Deeble, E. Welbeck-street, upholsterer

Kentland, T. and Co. Birmingham, gunmakers Dicks, J. London-street, Tottenham Court Road, Kinner, W. and S. Notting Hill, stage-conch procarpenter

prietors
Dray, J. Great Windmill-street, Haymarket, dcaler Kippen, D. Lambeth, timber merchant
Einbleton, R. South Shields, wine inerchant Knibb, B. Billingborough, Lincoln
Esden, J. Stangate-street, Lambeth, slater

Knight, J. Mile End Road, builder
Eyre, W. Cockspur-street, trunk-maker

Lawrence, G. Evesham, victualler Flower. G. York, victualler

Lee, G. Bath, baker Forbes J. and Co. Oxford-street, chemist

Lloyd, c. Thetford, bookseller

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