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Adult's Drawing Workshop on National Drawing Day 2019





Some photos from the Drawing Workshop in Waterford County Museum on May 18th during National Drawing day 2019.

Stories from old newspapers



MASS IN THE AUGUSTINIAN CHURCH

FOR THE MANCHESTER MARTYRS

William Allen, Michael O'Brien and Michael Larkin were hanged on 23 November 1867 for the murder of a policeman in Manchester.  They were members of the Irish Republican Brotherhood.  The Rev. James Anderson O.S.A. (1838-1903) was an enthusiastic supporter of the Fenians which explains why the Mass was held in St. Augustine's.  For more information on Father Anderson see: "The Father Anderson Story" by James Flynn 2012.

DOWNPATRICK RECORDER 4 JANUARY 1868

"The month's memory for the three Manchester victims, Allen, Larkin and O'Brien, was held in the Augustinian Church, Dungarvan, on last Monday morning, at eight o'clock.  Owing to the severity of the weather and a misunderstanding as to the hour appointed, the attendance was not as large as it otherwise would have been.  The vacuum thus created was, however, made up by her Majesty's Royals, who largely attended throughout the entire ceremony, and seemed to pay the strictest attention, or I would rather say devotion, to everything and everybody.  The Rev. Mr. Quinlan, Adelaide, was celebrant; the Rev. T.A. Anderson, O.S.A., and the Rev. N. Cesaretti, O.S.A. assisting.

The church and altar were draped in mourning... on the catafalque were strewn branches of box-wood and other emblems of mourning.  I may mention that the first high Mass and office said in Ireland for these brave Irish Patriots was celebrated in the Augustinian church, Dungarvan on the morning of Monday 28th November 1867.


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Drawing Day 2019 in Waterford County Museum




National Drawing Day which is organised by the National Gallery of Ireland took place on Saturday 18th May.  

Waterford County Museum took part in the event and it was a huge success. 






                                                                                                       In the morning a large group of children enjoyed the Drawing Workshop.











This was followed by a talk on "Different Approaches to Drawing" by A. C. Hayes. 











                                                                                    
The Adult’s Drawing Workshop took place in the afternoon after a guided tour by the curator William Fraher of the paintings, drawings and prints in the museum.











Two of the pictures, which are recent acquisitions to the museum, “The G.P.O. 1916” by Robert Ballagh and “The Corinthian Cup 1854” by Waterford artist Michael Angelo Hayes were discussed in the tour.




                                "The G.P.O. 1916" by Robert Ballagh







           “The Corinthian Cup 1854” by Waterford artist Michael Angelo Hayes







Museum Member's Trip 2019




The museum member’s trip this year was to Bantry, Co. Cork.  The trip included visits to Gougane Barra, Garnish Island, Beal na Bláth and the Michael Collins Centre.  The weather was beautiful and trip was another great success.  It was very well organised and enjoyed by everybody.










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Stories from Old Newspapers


DUNGARVAN RACES

Waterford Mail 29 March 1837

Wednesday 29th

Sweepstakes of five sovereigns each, to which will be added fifty Sovereigns, given by Mr. Power, the member for the Borough, for County Waterford bred horses... to be run over a sporting country chosen by the stewards.  Weight for Age - 3 year old, 9st 7lbs; 4 year old 10st 7lbs; 6 year old, 11st. 13lbs; aged 12, 11st 11lbs, two mile heats, one shilling in the pound to be paid by each subscriber to the race for the money added- to be rode by the gentleman.
The winner of any Plate, Price, Steeple Chase, etc., to carry 5lbs extra.

Second Day, Thursday 30th.
Sweepstakes five sovereigns each, to which the stewards will add fifty for all horses carrying 12 stone - Two mile heats, to be rode by gentlemen over a sporting country.  A Hack Race, each day between the heats.

Horses to be entered with Mr. Andrew Brennan, Clerk of the Course, two days previous to the running.  Ordinaries observed each day at the Devonshire Arms, and a Ball on the evening of Wednesday 29th.

Stewards:  Lord Huntingdon, John Power, Esq., M.P.; Sir Nugent Humble, B??? Thomas Joseph Fitzgerald, John Keane, P.N. Barron, Esqrs.



29th May 2019 Meeting on Gallows Hill Wall Mural


All residents are invited to come along and share their thoughts for a wall mural at Gallows Hill. Last year children had great fun working with a local artist to create a temporary mural of the historic battles at Gallows Hill and Dungarvan.
If there is local interest, Waterford Walls will work with residents to create a design and situation that is suitable for the area. 
The more input from residents the better! Founded in 2015, Waterford Walls Project has a wealth of experience and created many murals around Waterford City in both urban and residential areas.
This will be a very informal get together so please come along to the Museum for a cuppa and share your thoughts or even better still get involved. 
Refreshments will be served.

Waterford County Museum, Friary Street, Dungarvan


Wednesday 29th May at 7pm


National Lottery Good Causes Awards 2019 for Gallows Hill Community Project




Waterford County Museum, Gallows Hill Community Project has been selected as a county winner in the National Lottery Good Causes Awards for 2019.

Well done and thank you to our amazing volunteers, local residents and volunteer committee members who have worked tirelessly on the project to date.  Hopefully we will progress to the National Finals but being selected in itself is an honour for the Museum society.






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Stories from Old Newspapers



                               Stories from old newspapers

                            Dungarvan Observer 9 March 1918

Hygienic Bakery for Dungarvan – A. Moloney & Sons, Ltd., New Installation

    Within the past week one of the most up-to-date Hygienic Bakeries has been installed by the enterprising firm of A. Moloney and Sons, which is unequalled in finish and completeness in any provincial town in Ireland.

    In order to do so it was necessary to have a new premises erected, and this was done on a spacious site adjoining their corn stores and at the rear of Main Street.  The work was carried out under the supervision of Mr. Michael Mahony, Main Street, who has ere this proved himself an expert in the matter of such buildings.  The tiling, cementing, and outside work was carried out…by Mr. Thomas Butler and Sons, Church Street.  The new oven, which weighs 90 tons was erected by Messrs T.H. Tonge, Manchester, and the power by the National Gas Engine Co Ltd., Ashton-Under-Lyne.  The new bakery is 66 feet long by 26 feet wide.  It is divided into three compartments.  At the rear is the furnace room, in the centre the bakehouse, measuring 30 ft by 26ft, and outside is the engine room. The front of the oven is in white enameled brick.  Upstairs there is a loft capable of holding some hundreds of flour, and by means of a chute the flour can be sent…right into the kneader in the bakehouse…The oven…is able to bake 1½ sacks of flour every hour.  No hand touches the flour from beginning to end. 


18th May 2019 National Drawing Day in Waterford County Museum




National Drawing Day

Waterford County Museum take part in National Drawing Day

National Drawing Day organised by the National Gallery of Ireland takes place on Saturday 18th May 2019.

Waterford County Museum are delighted to be part of this nationwide event. 


Children’s Drawing Workshop11 – 1 p.m. 
Please note this is limited to ten participants and must be booked in advance.  Age group 10 years +

A Talk by artist A. C. Hayes  -  Different Approaches to Drawing – Paul Klee, Hans Holbein, Sol LeWitt and Paula Rego:  1.30 – 2 p.m.

Guided Tour of Drawings and Prints
Curator William Fraher will give a guided tour of pictures currently on display in the museum and explain their history.    2 – 2.45 p.m.

Adult’s Drawing Workshop:  3.15 – 5 p.m. 
Limited to 12 places and must be booked in advance.

For further details and to book places  contact us at 058 - 45960 or at info@waterfordmuseum.ie





12th Annual West Waterford Festival of Foods




Waterford County Museum was open on Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th April for West Waterford Festival of Food.  We were delighted with the number of visitors to the museum over the weekend.  There was great interest in the cycling material and in particular the penny farthing bicycles which are being exhibited at the moment.   


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Stories from Old Newspapers


Drowning Fatality at Ballinacurra – A Captain Lost

Waterford Standard 20 March 1901

A very sad and rather tragic fatality occurred at Ballinacurra late on Friday night, the victim being Patrick Christopher, captain or skipper of the three masted schooner Maria McMillian, a vessel belonging to a merchant in Dungarvan named McCarthy.  It appears that the deceased arrived with his vessel on Friday from Plymouth with a cargo of guano manure for a local merchant, and being engaged during the evening in doing some necessary business about the locality, returned to his vessel about 11 or 12 o’clock on Friday night when he accidentally fell into the tidal waters of Ballinacurra Quay, where the vessel was lying.  His body was found on Saturday at about 9.30 in low water, between the vessel and the quay.  Which would go to show that he missed his footing…Deceased who bore an excellent character, was aged about 35 and was unmarried, his native place being Dungarvan.

John Young in his Maritime & General History of Dungarvan has the following details on this schooner:

Built at Ardrossan by Barr in 1862.  She was then owned by Fisher & Co, registered in Barrow and Lancaster.  The crew were: Captain Whelan, Patrick Christopher and Captain Gibbons.  Her dimensions were 80ftx20ftx10ft.  While based in Dungarvan she was owned by the Moloney family.

26th - 28th April 2019 Waterford Festival of Food, Dungarvan

Waterford County Museum opening hours during the Waterford Festival of Food are:

Friday          26th April:   10.00 - 17.00

Saturday      27th April:   14.00 - 17.00

Sunday        28th April:   11.00 - 13.00







Waterford County Museum visitors during March and April

We have had visitors to the museum from many parts of the world including New York, Hong Kong and Brazil, as well as many parts of Ireland and the United Kingdom during the past few months.  Several of the visitors left lovely messages in our visitors book.

A person from Hong Kong said "Fabulous exhibition".

Another from Shrewsbury said "Lovely look back through history".

A visitor from Dublin said "Very well presented and interesting".

Some other comments are:  "A step back in time, a memory of family past" and "wonderful photos and detail".

We look forward to welcoming many more people during the summer months.


Walk at 3 to St Mary's Parish Church









On Wednesday last, April 24th we had the final walk of the series of walks to buildings and places of historical interest. William Fraher gave an introduction to the group in the museum before visiting St. Mary's Parish Church.  Once again, a large group attended and enjoyed the lecture. 

The Talks and Walks at 3 Series on Wednesday afternoons during March and April proved to be a great success with large groups in attendance each week.

Check on our Waterford County Museum website, Facebook and in local papers for further talks in the future.
  

Stories from Old Newspapers



Coming of Age of Richard Keane, Cappoquin House, 7 January 1930

This party was also significant in that it marked the completion, after eight years, of the restoration of Cappoquin House after it was burned by Republicans on 19 February 1923.  For further details see Glascott Symes’s book: Sir John Keane and Cappoquin House in time of war and revolution, Four Courts Press, 2016.

Dungarvan Observer 11 January 1930

There was an enormous gathering drawn from all parts of the county at Cappoquin House on Tuesday night to celebrate the coming of age of Mr Richard Michael Keane, only son of Senator John Keane, Bart, and Lady Keane. The function at which over 200 persons were present, was most elaborate.  Cappoquin House, the stately ancestral home of the Keane family, built in 1760, was burned down in the troubled times…but has since been reconstructed. Except the ornamentation, all the reconstruction work was done by local labour, and the new house is a replica in every detail with the original.  The workers on the estate presented Mr Keane with a handsome new gun to mark the occasion.  The celebration was remarkable for the variety and design of the ladies’ dresses, and the entertainment was one of the more brilliant of the season.  Amongst those present were – Sir Henry and Lady Dobbs, Senator Bagwell and Mrs Bagwell, Captain Alexander, Archdeacon Burkitt, Sir John and Lady Godfrey, Lady Gordon, Captain H and Mrs Smyth, Lady and Miss Musgrave, Mr Beverly Grant Ussher, Mr Henry Villiers-Stuart, Dermot McGillicuddy, Mrs Chearnley, Mr Ambrose Coghill, Mrs De la Poer and party, Rev J Going, Mr T. C. Williams, Solicitor, etc.


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Adopt a Monument Workshop and Networking Event






Christina O’Connor and Eddie Cantwell attended the Adopt a Monument Workshop and Networking Event with other members of the Adopt a Monument Groups from around the country on Friday last.  The event took place at the Radisson Hotel in Athlone.  Attending also were County Councils, Community Archaeologists and the Heritage Council.  This was an opportunity for Adopt a Monument groups to meet and share stories about their sites and experiences.  The presentations outlined the story of the particular sites and why they applied and were accepted as part of the Adopt a Monument scheme.  As part of the event, along with the other groups the Dungarvan group were asked to deliver a short informal presentation about their site, what they have achieved as part of the scheme and what their future plans are. The group’s achievements and what they hope to accomplish in the future were outlined by Chrissy who was first to speak and did the Museum proud with her talk on the Gallows Hill Project and what Waterford Community Archaeology: Gallows Hill Community Group have achieved to date.  There were then round table talks with Heritage officers and Adopt a Monument personnel which took us into the late evening.

Walk and Talk at 3 on 17th April 2019


Dungarvan Town Park / Lookout / Swimming Pool / St Mary's Parish Church


On Wednesday last, April17th we had another walk to buildings and places of historical interest. William Fraher gave an introduction to the group in the museum before visiting the Dungarvan Town Park / Lookout / Swimming Pool and St. Mary’s Church of Ireland.

A large group again attended and enjoyed the lecture. 

24th April 2019 - Walks and Talks at 3 in the Museum - St Mary's Parish Church



Our final walk will be on next Wednesday, 24th April to St Mary’s Parish Church. 

It will begin as usual at 3 p.m. in the museum where a brief introduction will be given before setting out on the walk.

Admission is free and all are welcome.

Check on our Waterford County Museum website, Facebook and in local papers for further talks in the future.


18th May 2019 National Drawing Day


Waterford County Museum take part in National Drawing Day


National Drawing Day organised by the National Gallery of Ireland takes place on Saturday 18th May 2019.

Waterford County Museum are delighted to be part of this nationwide event. 


Children’s Drawing Workshop:  11 – 13.00 p.m.

Please note this is limited to ten and places must be booked in advance.


A Talk by artist A. C. Hayes  -  Different Approaches to Drawing – Klee, Halbine, Solle Witt, Hockney:     1.30 – 2 p.m.


Guided Tour of Paintings, Drawings and Prints
Curator William Fraher will give a guided tour of pictures currently on display in the museum and explain their history.    2 – 2.45 p.m.


Adult Drawing Workshop:  3.15 – 5 p.m.
Limited to 12 places which must be booked in advance.


For further details and to book places contact us at 058 - 45960 or at info@waterfordmuseum.ie



Stories from Old Newspapers


The Clashmore 'Wool Pluckers'

Waterford Mail 4 March 1858

'Anastasia Handlon and Margaret Curtin were indicted for stealing on the 21st of January, 21lbs weight of wool at Clashmore, the property of Major Dent. Mr George Q.C. stated the case, which was one of plucking wool off the sheep's backs from the effects of which the animals died. Michael Magrath - I know Major Charles Dent; I was his Shepherd in January last. On the morning of the 22nd I went out to look after the sheep, and saw ten of them were plucked...one of them died in a few days. In eight or nine days after I went to Dungarvan, and saw a quantity of wool with Constable Hearn, black, white and grey. I examined the wool and am able to say that is the wool that was taken from the sheep's backs'.

Patrick Healy, Mr Dent's steward corroborated Magrath's evidence. The court heard that the two women were assisted by John Curran, Thomas Cremin, John Hearty, Margaret Handlon and John Kirby. 

'Catherine Dee servant to Mrs Cremin at Abbeyside, proved that the prisoners sold 29lbs of wool to her at 6d a lb. Her mistress paid ten shillings at the time, and next day 4s and 6d. On hearing afterwards that the wool was stolen she gave it up to the police. Mr Triphook, Governor of the county jail, stated that the two women had five previous convictions and they were sentenced to 18 months.


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Stories from Old Newspapers


Waterford News 14 December 1866

Arrest of a National Schoolmaster

A man named William Carroll, national schoolmaster at Ring, whilst drunk in Dungarvan on Saturday night last, made use of seditious language in the public streets, shouting at the top of his voice for the Fenians, that [James] Stephens was in Ireland, and that he knew it, and that he has a Fenian himself.
This misguided fellow was cautioned several times to desist from using such expressions and to go home , but the more he was cautioned  the more he showed his determination, until at length he was arrested by the constabulary, and brought before Captain W F Barry, R.M., who committed him to the bridewell, for further examination. I am informed he has a wife and four children depending on him, and he must be a very foolish man to remain in town conducting himself in so bad a manner amongst the peaceable inhabitants, who never sympathised with this deluded and misguided class of persons, whose object is not national but freedom spoilation, plunder, and destruction.     


23rd April 2019 Talk by Dr. Edward Jolie

"Archaeology and Woven Artefacts at Chaco Canyon, New Mexico, U.S.A., a UNESCO World Heritage Site"

An illustrated talk by Dr. Edward Jolie


Waterford County Museum, Dungarvan are delighted that Dr. Jolie has agreed to give us a talk on recent developments in the archaeology of Chaco Canyon, New Mexico, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  He also considers insights from the study of long-neglected perishable artifacts that provide clues to sociocultural diversity and political developments in Chaco Canyon between the 9th and 12th centuries A.D.

Dr. Jolie is Assistant Professor of Anthropology / Archaeology at Mercyhurst University in Erie, Pennsylvania, U.S.A.

Venue:             Dungarvan Sailing Club, Davitts Quay, Dungarvan.

Date:               Tuesday 23rd April 2019

Time:               7.30 p.m.

Admission:      €5.00


The proceeds of the talk will go towards further Archaeological research at Gallows Hill, Dungarvan.

17th April 2019 - Walks & Talks at 3

Our Walk and Talk series on Wednesday afternoons with walks to buildings / places of historical interest continues on Wednesday next, 17th April with a walk entitled:

"Dungarvan Park / Lookout / Swimming Pool".

Venue:              Meet at Waterford County Museum

Date:                17th April 2019

Time:                3 p.m.

Admission:       Free


Meet at Waterford County Museum where a brief introduction will be given before the walk.


10th April 2019 Walks and Talks Series - Augustinian Church




Some photos of the large group of people enjoying the first in our series of walks to buildings and places of historical interest in Dungarvan.  The walk was to the Augustinian Church on Wednesday 10th April.

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Farewell to Niall






We were very sorry to say goodbye to Niall O’Mahony from U.C.C. who finished work placement in the museum on Friday 5th April.  He was of great assistance to both the museum committee and the museum staff.  Good luck Niall with your M.A. course and future career.

March / April Spring Programme of Events - Talks and Walks at 3

















Our March / April Spring Programme of Events is proving to be extremely popular with large audiences each Wednesday afternoon enjoying the talks on subjects of local historical interest in our popular programme of Walks and Talks at Three.  

On Wednesday last Historian Julian Walton gave an talk entitled “The Hore Family of Shandon House, Dungarvan”. We again had a large attendance for the interesting talk and afterwards all enjoyed some refreshments.


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5th May 2019 Dromana Day of talks - In Pursuit of the Heiress

There will be a day of talks on Sunday 5th May 2019 entitled In Pursuit of the Heiress which are sure to be of interest to many people.  The talks will be given by Julian Walton, Judy Brittain, Dr. Kieran Groeger and Dr. Dagmar O'Riain-Raedel. 

Enquiries and booking email: info@dromanahouse.com
Tel: 086 8186305
www.dromanahouse.com


Venue:            Dromana House, Cappoquin, Co. Waterford

Date:              Sunday 5th May 2019

Time:             10.30 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Admission:    €70 per person or €125 for two persons which includes morning coffee, lunch and                                 afternoon tea.

Stories from Old Newspapers


Dublin Evening Post - 19th Nov 1796

To be let for a long term of years, and to commence from the 1st instant, or the interest to be sold, in the town of Cappoquin, a large and extensive Corn Stores, with three lofts, a most excellent new kiln, a quay and a spacious yard , which would answer for building on.
This concern is situate on the navigable river Blackwater, and close to the wooden bridge.  No situation can be more eligible for mercantile business, as a vessel can come up quite close to the end of the shore; it is in the heart of great corn country, the new road now made from Lismore and Cappoquin to the county of Tipperary must be of infinite service to any person engaged in the corn or timber business in the town of Cappoquin.  Proposals will be received by Mr. John Power of Affane and Mr John Hearne of Cappoquin will show the store and concern to any person who wishes to view them.

Near 200 barrels of choice old wheat to be sold at said store - November 7 1796

10th April 2019 Walk & Talk at 3pm - William Fraher, Augustinian Church

As part of the Talks and Walks at 3 - Waterford County Museum March/April 2019, the next event will be a walk and talk led by William Fraher, Museum Curator, on the Augustinian Church, Dungarvan.

A brief introduction will be given at the Museum before visiting the church.

Venue:        Waterford County Museum, St. Augustine Street, Dungarvan

Date:           Wednesday 10th April 2019

Time:           3pm

Admission:  Free 

Photo from Walks and Talks at Three


Audience enjoying lecture by William Fraher entitled "As Others Saw Us: Visitors Impressions of Dungarvan".

Evening Lectures


Our evening lecture season has finished until September next when Julian Walton will be opening the new season of talks.

We would like to thank all those who have supported our talks over the winter and a big thank you also to Dungarvan Sailing Club. The facility on the quay has added a certain ambience and welcome backdrop to our talks, and we hope that they will facilitate us next season.

Thanks also to Seán Organ, WLR-fm for his continued coverage; it is very much appreciated.

Stories from Old Newspapers




Ballyvoile Bridge re-opened August 1923
Munster Express 18 Aug 1923

The first vehicle to cross over the bridge was a float driven by Mr. Thomas Beatty with a load of goods from the Durrow Railway Station.  He is proud to have been the first to cross, but now the bridge is being used by every kind of car.
It is now exactly 12 months since the centre arch of the Ballyvoile bridge was blown up.  On the same evening the fine structure the railway bridge, so unique in its way, had also one of its arches blown away.  It held for some days but...a second arch gave way.  This in a few days was followed by the entire collapse of the fine bridge...rising 108 feet above the bed of the ravine.
The second bridge would have suffered a like fate, but Mr Bowen, the Co. Surveyor, with commendable foresight, set to work and placed between the pillars of the broken arch, stout timber baulks.The bridge was built under the supervision of Mr. Tarrant about 60 years ago.
Limestone of excellent quality will form the parapet.  These blocks are now in the hands of stone cutters.  It is said that the railway bridge is about being began.
It was comparatively unknown to many before the destruction.  Now the story of its damage and desolation have gone around the world and this week a letter reached me giving information of an illustration of the bridge in the Melbourne Argus.



If you would like to learn more about the history of Ballyvoile Bridge there is a information on it in the book "The Towns & Villages of the Waterford Greenway" which is available for sale in the museum as well as in shops locally.

Gallows Hill Lecture by Dave Pollock



Photos from our recent lecture about the Gallows Hill community project, given by Dave Pollock in Elsie's Public House. Wednesday 20th March.

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Gallows Hill Meeting

A big thank you to the staff and management of Elsie's pub, Wolfe Tone Road, Dungarvan for accommodating us for the Gallows Hill Community Information evening on 21st March.  The talk which was given by Dave Pollock was attended by a large crowd.

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Walks and Talks at Three



Photo of audience enjoying the lecture on Cathal Brugha in the museum on Wednesday 20th March

Walks and Talks at Three


On Wednesday last we had the second talk in our new programme of Walks and Talks at Three.  Nicolás ó Griofán spoke on "Cathal Brugha and the Ring / Dungarvan Connection".  We were delighted with the attendance and afterwards all enjoyed some refreshments.

Next Wednesday 27th March William Fraher will give a talk entitled: "As Others Saw Us: Visitor’s Impressions of Dungarvan".

It will be held at the museum at 3pm.

Admission is free and all are welcome

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