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sign of Preaching, xxxvi. 63; Completeness of Scripture,

xxxix. 111. Dodsworth, rev. W., the Resurrection and the

Life, xlv. 207.

East, rev. J., Spiritual Growth, iii. 320.
Fry, Miss Caroline, Temptation, lv. 367.
Girdlestone, rev. Charles, Prayers for Rulers, xlii. 159.
Hooker, Richard, Common Prayer, xlii. 159; the Ministry,

xlviii. 255. Horne, bishop, Boasted Independence, xxxviii.

95. Horne, rev. T. II., Revelation, lv, 367.

Ignatius, St., Faith and Love, lvi. 383.

Jebb, bishop, the Christian Warfare, xxxvii. 79; the Preaching

of a Minister of Christ, xli. 143; True Devotion, xlix. 271.

Jerram, Rev. C., the Burial Service, xlii. 159. Johnson,
Dr. Samuel, Sacredness of Scripture, xlix. 271. Jones, rev.

T., Faith, xlv. 207.

Knox, A., Esq., Christ Crucified, xxxiv. 31; the Services of

the Church, xxxvii. 79.

Latimer, bishop, Office of the Ministry, xxxv. 47; Commission

of Preacher3, xlii. 159 ; Prayer, xliv. 191 ; the Fathers,
xlvii. 239. Le Bas, rev. C. W., the Intercession of Christ,

xlii. 158. Leighton, archbishop, Riches, liii. 335.

Mackenzie, Miss M. J., Ingratitude, xlvi. 223 ; Wealth, xlvii.

239. Marsden, rev. J. B., Love to God, xlvii. 239; Christ's

Kingdom, xlix. 271; the Second Advent, liii. 334. Mason,

rev. J., To-day, liii. 335. Mede, rev. Joseph, Peace and Joy,

xl. 127 ; True Belies, xlvi. 223. More, Mrs. H., the Patient

Christian, 1. 287.

Newton, rev. John, Sin, 1. 287; Temptation, liii. 335. Noel,

hon, and rev. G. T., Salvation, xliii. 175.

Paley, archdeacon, Falsehood, xliv. 191; Nature viewed with

reference to God, liv. 351; Prayer, lvi. 383. Pascal, Fear,

lii. 319. Pearson, rev. J. N., Christian Principles, l. 287.

Poole, rev. G. A., Memory vivid at the Day of Judgment,

Xxxv. 47. Porteus, bishop, Humility, xxxiii. 15.

Quarles, Francis, Charity, xlv. 207; Lawful Actions, I. 287;

Charity, liii. 335; Wisdom and Innocence, lv. 367.

Reynolds, bishop, Judgments, 1. 287. Richmond, rev. L., Per-

sonal Application of Scripture, xxxvii. 79 ; Romaine, rev. W.

Independence, xlv. 207.

Sandford, Mrs. John, Religious Gossip, xlvi. 223; learenly

Joys, xli. 143. Scougal, rev. H., the Lord's Supper, xliii.

175. Secker, abp., Use of Means, lvii. 399. Sherlock, bishop,

Worldly Prosperity, liii. 335. Shuttleworth, rev. Dr., Saving

Faith, xli. 143. Simeon, rev. C., Affliction, xliv. 191. Skel-

ton, rev. P., Principles, xlv. 207. South, Dr. Robert, Prayer,

xxxvi. 63. Southey, Robert, Esq., Feeling, liii. 334. Stewart,

rev. J. H., Baptism, xlviii. 254. Stillingfieet, bishop, Apos-

tolical Succession, xlvi. 223. Sumner, bishop J. B., the

Gospel Man's Guide, xlv. 207; Persecution, l. 287,

Taylor, bishop Jeremy, Slander, xxxviii. 95; Prayer, xl. 127;

Diligence, xlvii. 239; the Wise Merchant, xliv. 271; the

Lord's-Day, liii. 335; Converse with God, lv. 367; Prayer,

lvii. 399. Tertullian, Human Wisdom, liii. 335. Townson,

rev. T., Self-denial, liii. 335.

Van Mildert, bishop, Mystery, xl. 127.
Warwick, the Resurrection, xlv. 207; Honesty, xlv. 207;

Pride, lii. 319; Pharisaism, liv. 351, Watson, bishop, Di-
visions, xlviii. 255. White, rev. Thomas, Sanctitication and
Justification, xxxvi. 63. White, rev. Hugh, Look to Jesus,
xxxvii. 79; Christian Joy, xxxvii. 79. Wilson, bishop, be-

ginnings of Sin, lii. 319. Wilson, bishop Daniel, Regenera-

tion, xxxix. 111.

Young, dean, Self-esteem, liv. 362.

Chapel-rates and Church-rates, xlvi. 210.
Christ our Example, in what sense, xxxiv. 23.
Cities of Refuge, xlix. 269.
Civil Government, its connexion with Religion (W. H. C.

Grey, Esq.), xl. 116.
Communion, Meditation for, on Ascension-day (dean Comber),

1. 285; Whit-Sunday, li. 301; Trinity-Sunday, lii. 327.

Conversion of Modern Infidels, No. II. Dr. Bateman, xxxix. 90.

Cruelty to Animals (Dr. Hammond), liv. 341.

Cyprus, Description of, liii. 327.

Devout Man, the (bishop Hall), xxxviii. 91.
Earthquake at Corfu (Dr. Walsh), lvii. 398.
Earthly and Heavenly Jerusalem (rev. C. Bradley), xli. 141.
Eastern Desert (Belzoni), xliii. 173.
Essays on the following subjects :-
The Visible Church of a Nation, the Church of the Scriptures

(by the rev. Robert Eden, M.A., Camberwell), xxxiii. I.

Winter Thoughts, xxxiv. 17.

Sunday Travelling, XXXV. 33.

Address to Servants, xxxvi. 49.
Theatrical Amusements, xxxvii. 65.
Religious Indolence, xxxviii. 81.
Comfort in time of Sorrow (by the rev. Edward Girdlestone,

M.A., vicar of Deane), xxxix. 97.
The first flowers of Spring, xl. 113,
The Temptation of Christ, xli. 129.
The Pear of God, Mistakes concerning it rectified, xlii. 145.
The Preaching of Christ Crucified (by the rev. T. Bissland,

M.A., Hartley), xliii. 161.
The Death of Death, xliv. 181.
Christian Union, xlv. 193.
The Scriptural Mode of Entrance into Church Communion,

xlvi. 209.
Christian Conversion (by the rev. E. Jacob, D.D.), xlvii. 225.
The Gospel to be preached to the Irish in their own Language.

xlviii. 241.
On the Prospects of Protestantism in Ireland (by the rey, T.

Bowman, M.A., Deane), xlix. 257.
The Original Innocence of Man, 1. 273.
The True Christian's Spring (by the rev. R. W. Evans, M.A.),

li. 289.
The Fear of God, its true nature ascertained, lii. 305.
The Worm in the Bud, liii. 321.
The Advantages of Christian Contentment, as opposed to

a Spirit of Covetousness (by the rev. Edward Scobell, M.A.).

liv. 337.

The same (concluded), lv. 353.

Consistency of Conduct, a Test of Christian Character (by the

rev. John Ayre, M.A.), lvi. 369.
Christian Conversion (concluded from No. xlvii), lvii. 385.
Established Church, Utility of (Western Watchman), xli. 132.
Established Church, Lawfulness of (rev. J. Ayre), xlix. 261.
Evening Service (rev. E. Neale), liii. 326.
Evidence of the Truth of Christianity derived from the Old Tes-

tament, xli. 140.

Forms of Prayer: a Dialogue on, lvii. 387.

Gipsies in Russia and Spain, xxxvi. 54.

George the Third, Reign of (Miss H, More), xli. 142.

Heber, bishop, Anecdote of, xxxvii. 78.

Howard, Death of, lv. 356.

Hindoo Caste, xxxix. 109.

Many are called, but few chosen (bishop Latimer), xlviii. 244.

Martyrs' Field, at Canterbury, lvi. 372.

Memoir of a Faithful Servant, xxxyiii. 86; and xl. 114.
Miletus, description of, lv. 365.
Miracles (rev. G. S. Faber), xl. 125.
Alexander of Russia, liv. 352 ; Alfred the Great, liii. 336;

Aqueducts, xlix. 272.

Beveridge, bishop (Swartz), xliji. 176; Bible, Division of, into

Chapters and Verses (Prideaux), xxxvi. 64; Birds, Migration

of (Richardson), xliii. 176; Burning Bush (rey, G, Towns-

end), xli. 144.

Charities of London, xxxviii. 96; Christian Equanimity (War-

wick), xlvii. 240; Collects, Antiquity of (Palmer), lvi.

384 ; Constantine (Jortin), liv. 352; Convents in Hanover,

xxxiv. 32; Cumberland (bishop), xly. 208,

Ditton, Humphrey, Esq. (rev. T. Sims), xl. 128; Domestic

Chaplains (Herbert), xxxiv. 32; Drunkenness (Sir M. Hale),

Xxxvi. 64.

Eastern Houses, xliv. 192; Education (rev. C. Jerram), xlv.

208; Existence of God (Dr. Buckland), xlviii, 256.

Faith, lii. 320; French Revolution, Ivi. 384,

Galen, Anecdote of (Valpy), lvii. 400; Gipsies, Reformation of,

lv. 368; Good Intentions, 1. 288; Good Works (bishop Lati-
mer), xlv. 208; Gratitude to God for his works (E. Jesse,

Esq.), xlvii, 240.
Habbakuk (rev. J. Davison), xliii. 176; Habits of Animals, xlv.

208; Hacket, bishop, xliv. 192; Hall's, bishop, Practice in
Preaching, xxxviii. 96; Hanway, Jonas (Sims), xlii. 160 ;
Heber, bishop, Visitation, xxxix. 112; Hebrew Servants, l.
288; Herbert, Anecdotes of, liii. 336; Howard at Prague,

xliii. 176; Howard's Intrepidity, xliv. 192,
Irish Version of the Psalms, xxxviii. 96; Isaiah (rev. J.

Davison), l. 288.
Jews, the, 1. 288; Joan Waste (Townley), xxxviii. 96; Judah

and Israel (Rev, J. Davison), xlviii. 256; Justification by

Faith (Dr. Redman), xxxvii. 80.
Lake of Tiberias, xlviii. 256; Leighton, abp. (Coleridge), Xxxv.

48; ditto (Pearson), xxxix. 112.
Mahommedanism and Christianity (bishop J. B. Sumner), lvii.

400; Make His Paths straight, xlvi, 224; Manna (Burck-

hardt), xl. 128.
Newfoundland (arclidn. Wix), xlviii. 256 ; New Zealand (Capt.

Fitzroy), xxxix. 112; Non-existence of Matter (Hawkins),
xlvi. 224 ; North American Indians (Loskiel), xli. 144; Nor-

wegian Clergy (Laing), ly. 368.
Oaks, xlix. 272.
Phenomena of Nature (Dr. Buckland), I. 288; Pomponio
Algieri (M'Crie), l. 288; Popery (prof. Scholefield), xlvi. 224;

Prosperity (bishop Horne), xlviii. 256.
Raleigh, Sir Walter, xlvi. 224 ; Redemption of Time, xxxvi.

Infant Baptism (rev. C, Jerram), xli. 130.
No. I. Its Establishment, xliv. 182.

II. Persecutions at its Institution, xlvii. 231.
III. Its Progress, liv. 340.


80; Reflection (S. T. Coleridge), xl. 128; Religious Educa-
tion (bishop Butler), lii. 320; Revolutionary Changes (rev.

W. Hull), xli, 144; Rocks, xliv. 192.

Scotland, Religious state of in 1544, liii. 336; Scottish Episco-

pacy (Adams), xlii. 160; Soldier, Anecdote of a, xxxvi. 64;

Spiritual Food, xlii. 160; Superstition, xxxiii. 16; Swedish

Church (W. R. Wilson, Esq.), xlvii. 240.
Temper (Mrs. John Sandford), xxxiii, 16; Thomas a Kempis,

xlix, 272; Truth is Power (rev, R. Daly), lvii. 40; Tyre
(rev. J. C. Wigram), xxxv, 48,

seful Hints, xxxviii. 96,

Missionary Exertions in Canada, xxxvii. 75.

Money, W. Taylor, Esq.--Observance of the Lord's Day, l. 274.

National Church and Clergy, Value of (Quarterly Review), alii.


Nazareth, description of, xlvi. 211.

Nineveh, description of, liv. 350.

Parting Advice to a Young Friend (J. Thornton, Esq.), liv. 348.

Passage in the Life of a Country Curate, lvii, 396.

Passion Week at Valetta, xliii, 165.

Passover, Feast of, xliv. 180.

Pentecost, Peast of, li. 303.

Persian Entertainments (Morier), xxxviii. 92.

Phraseologists (Mrs. H. More), liv. 347.

Plurality of Persons in the Godhead, xliv. 184.


Address to the New Year (a Layman), xxxiii. 16.

Amiction (Herbert), xlii. 160.

Ascension (Mrs. West), 1. 287.

Ascension (Rev. J. East), li. 304.

At the Communion-Table (bishop Heber), liii. 335.

Canticles, chap. ii. (John Norris), xl. 128.

Christ the Purifier (Montgomery), xxxvii. 80.

Christians encouraged (Moravian), xlvii. 240.

Confirmation (Edmeston), Ivii. 399.

Epitaph in Boninghall Churchyard, xlviii. 255.

Epiphany, for the (bishop Jeremy Taylor), xxxiv, 31.

Evening (rev. G. Croly), lv. 367.

Evening (Thomas Platman), xxxix. 111.

Execution of a Murderer (rev. T. E. Hankinson), lvi. 383.

Funeral Hymn (G. B.), xl. 127.

Good Friday (Keble), xliii. 175.

Heaven (bishop Jeremy Taylor), xxxvi. 64.

Heavenly Jerusalem (G. B.), xxxviii. 96.

Hour of Peace (Gisborne), lv. 368.

Humility (Montgomery), xxxv. 47.

Hymn (H. C.), x). 128.

Lines on Bishop Coverdale's Chair, xxxv. 48.

Lines on a Frosty Evening (Ilours of Sorrow), xxxvii. 79.

Martyrdom (bishop Heber), xxxiii. 16.

Memento Mori (Edmeston), xlix. 272.

On a Fair House having a Bad Passage to it (John Day), xlvi.


Prayer at Midnight (Hours of Sorrow), xlii. 159.

Prayer to the Holy Spirit (G. D.), liii. 335.

Progress of Prophecy to the Birth of Christ (archdn. Spencer),

lii. 320.

Pralm cxxxvii. paraphrased (H, C.), xxxix. 112.

Resignation (Norris), xlvii. 240.

Rest for the Weary (Hours of Sorrow), xli. 144.

Sabbath, for the (Dr. Oke), xxxix. 111.

Sabbah, for the (Dr. Hickes), xli. 144,

Seasons of Prayer, xlv. 207.

Secking the Lord (G. B.), xlviji. 255.

Spring Hymn (Delta), xlv. 207.

Sundays (Henry Vaughan), xliv. 192.

The Call (bishop Heber), xlvi. 224.

The fresh green Moss (Miss Browne), xlviii. 255.

The Judgment of Solomon (Mrs. Abdy), xxxviii. 95.

The Hospital Chaplain (Mrs. Abdy), liv. 352.

The New Creation (rev. T. Grinfield), xlix. 271.

The Rivulet, lvii. 400.

Time misimproved (bishop Middleton), xliv. 192.

We walk by Faith (G. B.) liii. 335.

Where is it Mothers learn their Love? (rev. S. C. Wilks),

xxxiv. 32.

Whitsunday (Spirit of thc Island), 11. 304.

Recollections of a Country Pastor :-

No. VII. The Rector's Return, xxxvii. 66.

VIII. Blind Grace Bennett, xlix. 260.

IX. The Ostler at the Crown, liv. 347.

Red Sea, description of (Crichton), lvii. 391.
Registration Act, Address on, xlviii. 243,
Religion in France (rev. J. Davies), liii. 332.
REVIEWS AND Notices of New Books, with Extracts :-

Abercrombie on the Culture of the Mind, Feb..
Abercrombie on the Harmony of Christian Faith and Charac-

ter, Feb.

Alston's Specimens of Type-Printing for the Blind, May.

Anderson's (rev. R.) Discourse on the Beatitudes, Feb.

Antrobus on Education, May.

Ayre's Mystery of Godliness, June.

Biddulph's Christian Patriotism, Jan.

Blunt's Sermons at Chelsea, May.

Chandler's Hymns of the Primitive Church, June.

Christian Keepsake, Jan.

Christison's Biographical Sketch of the late Professor Turner,

M.D., June.

Clarkson's Historical Rescarches, Jan.

Corrie's Sermon on the Church of Rome, Feb.

Crowdy's two Sermons, March.

Cumming on the Church of Scotland, May.

Dale's Sermon on the Death of Professor Turner, M.D., June.

D'Arblay's Sermon, Feb.

Dealtry's Sermon on the Death of the Rev. C. Simeon, Feb.

Dissenters Recalled to their Duties and their Interests, March.

Dodd's View of the Evidence afforded by St. Peter's Life and

Ministry to the Truth of the Christian Revelation, June,

Duncan's Sacred Philosophy of the Seasons, April.

Ecclesiastical Legislation, by Clericus Anglicanus, Jan.

Elucidations of Scripture (1st and 20 series), March.

Gilderdale's Essay, March.

Griffith on Confirmation, April.

Hare's Sermons, May.

Hawk's History of the Church in Virginia, April.

Healy on the Established Church, Feb.

Jones's Book of the Young, June.

Kidd's Reflections on Unitarianism, June.

Lathbury's History of Episcopacy, April.

M'Caul's Translation of Kimchi's Commentary upon the

Prophecies of Zechariah, June.

Melvill's Sermons at Cambridge, 1837, May.

Moore's Dream of Life, May.

Muston's Sermons, Feb.

My Travels, March.

Newland on the Scripture Lessons for the Irish Schools, March.

O'Croly's Address to the Roman Catholics, Feb.

Pearson on the Duties of Children, March.

Pinder's Candidate for the Ministry, May.

Remarks on the System of Lay Teaching, by a Clergyman, Jan.

Ross's Lectures on the History of Moses, May.

Sacred Poetry, by a Layman, Jan.

Shuttleworth on the Voluntary Principle, Feb.

Solace of Song, Feb.

Syria, the Holy Land, &c., Feb.

Thurlow's Sermon, Feb.

Village Memorials, March.

Walford's Manner of Prayer, May.

Watkins on the Established Church, Varch,

White's Selborne, edited by Bennett, Jan.

White's (rev. H.) Meditations and Addresses, May.

Richmond's (rev. L.) Rules for the Redemption of Time, &c.

xlvii. 228.

Sabbath among Watermen (rev. J. Davies), xlvii. 227.

Sacrifices, Legal, Inefficacy of (rev. T. White), xliii. 166.

Scriptures, Hints on Searching (by the rev.C. W. Lloyd), xxxiii. 4.

SERMONS by the following Divines :-

Abdy, rev. J. C., M.A, (St. John's, Southwark), Attachment to

the Church, liv, 344.

Blunt, rev. Henry, M.A., (Streatham), the Gains of Death,

liii. 328.

Champneys, rev. W. Wolden, M.A. (Oxford), God Just and

Merciful through Christ, lvii. 392.

• The words February, March, &c., refer to the Monthly Sup-
plements, which follow No. 57.


Davies, rev. J., B.D. (Chichester), the Importance of a Timely

Attention to Eternal Things, xxxviii. 88.

Geneste, rev. Maximilian, M.A. (West Cowes), the Wedding

Garment, XXXV. 41.
Hall, rev. John (Bristol), Reconciliation with God, xliii. 169.
Hancock, rev. W., M.A. (Kilburn), Jesus Ascended and Ex-

alted, 1. 280.

Jacob, rev. Philip, M.A. (prebendary of Winchester), the Con-

version of St. Paul, xlv. 200.

Lane, rev. Charlton, M.A. (Kennington), the True God of the

Bibic, lii. 312.

Le Bas, rev. Charles Webb, M.A. (East India Coll., Herts), the

Scriptures unsealed, xxxiv. 24.
Lee, rev. Samuel, D.D. (Cambridge), the Mercies of God an

Argument for Self-consecration, xxxix. 104.

Mackenzie, rev. W. B. (Bristol), Insincerity in Religion, xlix.


Marriott, rev. Harvey (Claverton), the Right View of Christ's

Resurrection, xliv. 185.

Minchin, rev. C. H., M.A. (Dublin), the Value of the Liturgy,

Xxxvii. 72.
Myers, rev. Thomas, M.A. (Camberwell), the Jew the Channel

of Salvation, xlviii. 248.


Noel, hon. and rev. Gerard T. (prebendary of Winchester), the

Message of Reconciliation, xli. 136.

Pearson, the very rev. Hugh, D. D. (dcan of Salisbury), Earnest

Pursuit of a Joyful Resurrection, lv. 360.
Plumptre, rev. H. S., M.A. (Lambeth), God's Past Mercies the

Encouragement to Future Trust, xxxiii. 9.
Poole, rev. George Ayliffe, B.A. (St. John's, Edinburgh), the

End of Christ's Death, xlii. 152.

Porter, rev. Charles, B.D. (Stamford Baron), the Working of

Divine Grace in the Soul, xlvii. 233.

Preston, rev. M. M., M.A. (Cheshunt), Christ the Believer's

Advocate with the Father, xxxvi. 56.
Short, rev. Thomas Vowler, M.A. (St. George's, Bloomsbury),

Christian Liberality, xlvi. 216.
Smith, rev. C. A. J. (Plymouth), Baptismal Blessing and

Obligation, lvi. 376.

Stainforth, rev. Francis John (Camberwell), the Expediency of

Christ's Departure, li. 296.

Sumner, right rev. John Bird, D.D. (lord bishop of Chester),

the Family of Lazarus, xl. 120.
Thoughts on Historical Passages of the Old and New Testament:

No. I. Abraham at Gerar (by the rev. John Menzies, B.D.,
Farnham), li. 293.

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wherever we find the “reasonable soul and THE VISIBLE CHURCH OF A NATION THE

flesh” united, there, we pronounce, is a true CHURCH OF THE SCRIPTURES.

man : and, just similarly, where we find the BY THE Rev. ROBERT Eden, M.A., CAMBERWELL.

truth taught in God's Scriptures (which is the In deciding between the claims of disputing substance) professed by a body of men this parties, that which would seem to give us the is the form), there we are entitled to say is most assistance in coming to a decision is a true Church. This holds good where a often the very thing which embarrasses our Church is either planted, or continued, or judgment. We are so well read in the argu- restored. If it be national, it is a company of ments of all the disputants, each of whom has people professing the truth of God in a whole some degree of truth on his side, and always land : such were the Churches of Judea, Samuch plausibility, that the mind becomes maria, and Galilee, with those of Asia. If it pre-occupied, and feels the greatest difficulty be parochial, it is a company of persons proin giving its final sentence. We have all fessing apostolic truth in a town, or in such felt this upon different occasions, and have a district as, for purposes of convenience, we secretly wished that it had been possible for form into a parish : of this description seem us never to have heard of the reasons for or to have been the believing companies at Lystra, against any one opinion, but to have come Iconium, and Antioch, cities where the apostle fresh, as it were from some other planet, to is said (Acts, xiv. 23) to have ordained elders the consideration of the subject before us, in every Church. If it be domestic, it is a society and, without any force being employed from of persons professing the truth of God in a without, to have derived our own unbidden family : such was the Church in Philemon's impression. In no instance would it be more house, in the households of Narcissus and safe to trust to this first impression, than in Aristobulus (Rom. xvi. 10, 11), and in that reading the Bible, with a view to ascertain of Aquila and Priscilla (1 Cor. xvi. 19). In the scriptural idea of a Church. Any person each of these instances we have a collection who in this way should begin at the books of of persons, of whom nothing more appears Moses, and carry his reading down to the than that they professed the truth of Christ ; end of the Revelation, would, in my opinion, they gave out to themselves, and before the leave off fully satisfied that the Church which world, that they believed all the articles of God designed to be upon the earth was one of the Christian faith ; that they were subjects the most large and comprehensive nature. God of Christ's empire, and looking for salvation has deposited his truth with mankind; and through him. Whatever they may have been wherever men are united together in the pro- in their individual and component members fession of that truth according to the Scrip- — whether they all consisted of genuine distures, there is a true, visible Church. It is with ciples, or whether some were unsound in the religious body as with the natural body creed or practice- of this we know nothing; in this respect. Wherever we find the true all we know is, that the professing adherents substance and form of a man, that is to say, to Christ, in each nation, parish, and family,



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