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Gee, sir Wm., gets the credit of Ri.
Whittington's donation, 206, 1. 18;
619, 1. 31; his benefactions to the
coll., 474, 1. 30; dispute respecting
Baynton rectory, 476, 1. 28
Gegroet, or Legroet, Denb., birthplace
of bp. Dolben, 264, 1. 17
Gemptings, estate at Melrethe so called,
361, 1. 24

Gent, Jo., M.A., the king's mandate
to elect him a fellow. 500, l. 10
Geo. I., his visit to Cambridge 1717,
1018. 1. 43

Geo. II, manner of his reception at
Cambridge 1728, 1019, l. 1
Geo. III., his expected visit to Cam-
bridge 1763, 1018, 1. 39; agreement
to petition him to alter the statutes
limiting two fellows to a county, 1072,
1. 15

Gepson, Tho., sale of tenement, etc. to,
344, 1. 23
Gerard, Geo., on lady Shrewsbury's im-
prisonment, 613, l. 43

sir Gilb., master of the rolls, inden-
ture with, respecting lady Burghley's
benefactions, 425, 1. 5

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Gittens, Gittings, Gyttins, Raphe, re-
commended by the bailiffs for 3rd
master of Shrewsbury, 440, 1. 14;
the coll. elect him, ib. 1. 17; removed
by a decree of chancery, 475, 1. 39;
letters from the king requiring him to
be established 2nd master, 483, 1. 3;
clears himself to the bp. of Lichfield
of the imputations laid against him,
ib. 1. 13; a pupil of Geo. Benson's ib.
1. 54; commended as 2nd master of
Shrewsbury sch., 500, 1. 18; elected
by the coll., ib. 1. 22; his application
to retire on a pension, 519, l. 46;
retires, 520, 1. 24
Gladstone, W. E., advocates the Zam-
besi mission at Cambridge, 979, l. 45;
a donor to the Mackenzie fund, 980,
1. 37
Globes, agreements to buy a pair of, for
the coll., 1041, 1. 9; 1073, l. 12
Glomeriae, magister, office of, 28; the
last holder of, 30; origin of the term,
ib.; various references to, 558, 1. 30
Gloucester, duke of, bp. Beadon tutor
to, 729, 1. 23; bp. Marsh's support
of him for the chancellorship of Cam-
bridge, 803, 1. 39; 804, 1. 34; his
election, 805, 1. 2; Dr. Butler's ser-
mon at his installation, 922, l. 16
Glover, Amb., malster of Chesterton,
a great crony of Dr. Newcome's, 1028,
1. II

Rev. G., his remarks on Marsh's
Comparative view, 865, 1. 47; Parr's
comment on this, 866, 1. 21; 'Philo-
dike's' strictures on, ib. 1. 43
Glyn, Dr., Trin., a defender of tran-
substantiation, 126

Dr. Rob., King's, a friend of Wm.
Chafin, 1089, 1. 24
Glynton, Nich., B.A., an original fell.
of St. John's, 77

Goade, Rog., prov. of King's, a visitor
of St. John's coll., 596, 1. 27; inter-
cedes for the puritans, 602, 1. 9;
complaint that his wife came into the
coll., 604, 1. 41; letters as v. c. to
lord Burghley respecting the master-
ship of St. John's, 606, 1. 42; 607,
1. 22; 609, 1. 17; letter to the same,
recommending Ri. Neale, B.D., to be
master of Magd. coll., 609, 1. 24
Goblet, or pot, of silver, to be presented
by fellow commoners, on admission,
548, 1. 30
Goddard, Dr., Mr. Talbot his opponent
for the mastership of Clare, 1030,
1. 33
Godlington, Godlyngton, Rob., his ap-
plication to Dr. Tayler for the re-
version of the lease of Ramwrick,
etc., 375, 1. 1; leases of Ramerwick

manor granted to him, 376, 1. 42;
385, 1. 19; 428, 1. 24; his lease for-
feited, 439, 1. 14

God's house hostel, 45, absorbed into
Chr. coll., 58

Godwin, de præsul., by Richardson, Dr.
Newcome a subscriber to, 1034, 1. 24
Godwyn, Chas., Ball. coll. Oxf., his re-
marks on bp. Green, 713, l. 13
Goffe, his examination of Evelyn, 649,
1. 36

Gokman, Wm., B.A., a testimonial to,
362, 1. 35

Gold, Golde, Hen., B.A., an original
fellow of St. John's, 77; (M.A.), pre-
sentation of, to Ospringe vicarage,
359, 1. I

Goldi-burgh, Godf., objects to the new
statutes of 1570, 165
Goldsborough, Goldsborrowe, Golds-
brow, Goldesboro, Goldesborowe, Jo.
sen., lease to, of a tenement in St.
Edward's parish, 389, 1. 16; of the
greene dragon, etc. in Trin. par., 390,
I. 10; of Jakys or Jaks manor, Cot-
tenham, 376, 1. 8; 381, 1. 12

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- Rd., lease to, of a tenement in Camb.,
355, 1. 17; of a close in St. Pet. par.,
357, 1. 25

Tho, messuage sold to, 350, 1. 34
Gomersall, Tho., member of the Brew-
ers' co., 490, l. 20

Gonthwaite hall, Nidderdale, Dr. Craven
born at, 1089, 1. I

Gonville or Gunvile, Edm. de, present-
ed by bp. Montacute to Tyryngton
rectory, 35; founds Gunvile hall, ib.;
its earlier title, 42

Gooch, Dr., bp. Ely, has Dr. Jenkin

for his assessor as v. c. in Bentley's
case, 1007, 1. 10; Dr. King's attack
upon, 1023, 1. 44; 1024, l. 18

Dr. Jo., father-in-law to bp. Beadon,
729, 1. 21

Goodall, Dr., schoolmaster of bp. Percy,
898, 1. 8

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tional money given by him to the
coll. ib. 1. 18; indenture of the coll.
with, respecting Cheshunt benefac-
tions, 422, 1. 35; 425, l. 6; grant to,
from the mystery of Haberdashers,
423, 1. 24; letter from, appointing a
lady Burghley's scholar, 424, 1. 31;
indenture from, waiving the nomina-
tion of his scholars to sir R. Cecil,
452, 1. 1; register of his foundation,
547, 1. 19; the channel of lady Mil-
dred Cecil's bounty; 594, l. 24, 31;
585, 1. 3, 30
Goodman, Mr. orator, tutor of Fras.
Jacob, 523, 1. 20; latin letter by, 524,
1. 33

Goodrich, Tho., p. Ely, holds a visita-
tion at St. John's, 116; his deter-
mination as visitor, 117; letter of
thanks from the coll. for this, 118,
1. 16; 343, l. 39; 463, 1. 23
Goodwin, Harvey, dean of Ely, advises
bp. Mackenzie against going to Delhi,
978, 1. 29; approves of his going to
Natal, ib. 1. 39; his memoir of bp.
Mackenzie, 980, 1. 12; preaches at
Oxford on behalf of the Mackenzie
fund, ib. 1. 38

Goodwyn, Jo., signs letters to lord
Burghley on the choice of a master,
606, 1. 33; 607, 1. 17

Gordon, a New York chaplain, bp.
Turner's letter upon, 990, l. 13

Dr. Jas., archdn. of Lincoln, 711,
1. 18; 1022, 1. 23

Gore, Mr. Jo., bearer from the Salters'
company of the deed of Robson's
foundation 522, 1. 32; his son recom-
mended as, and elected one of the
first exhibitioners, ib. 1. 37, 47; curate
of St. Peter's, Cornhill, 523. 1. 2

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- Tho., elected Robson exhibitioner,
522, 1. 47; date of his admission, etc.,
523, 1. 4

Gosfield, Wm. de, master of St. John's
hospital, 52; 560, 1. 37

Gosling, sir Fras., and co. bankers for
the coll., 1072, 1. 2

Gospels, the, origin of, bp. Marsh's con-
troversies respecting, 745, 1. 46 seq. ;
762, 1. 36 sq.

Gosta Green, near Birmingham, bp.
Ryder's church at, 734, 1. 27
Goston, Ri., leases to, of tenement and
lands at Tuxforthe, Little Markham,
etc.. 396, 1. 20; 414, 1. 4
Gostwike, Gost wyk, Jo., esq., patent
to, of the stewardship of two manors,
352, 1. 1; treasurer of teuths, 356,
1. 37

Goter, Rog. de la, master of Peter-
house, his submission to the bp. of
Ely, 32

Gouge, Tho., his endeavours to esta-
blish schools in Wales, 689, 1. 41
- Dr. Wm., imprisonment of, 669,
1. 40

Gough, Rd., letter to, from Cole on Dr.
Powell's aversion to Baker's history
of St. John's, 1051, 1. 26

Gould, Wm., fell., his will in Baker's
MSS., 983, 1. 16

Gouldman, Gowldman, Geo., fell., al-
lowed to enjoy his fellowship during
his absence, 448, 1. 12; signs letter
to lord Burghley on the choice of a
master, 606, 1. 23; signs complaint
against Alvey and others, 608, 1. 36
Gouldson, Wm., bp. Bristol, Baker's
account of, 271; Cole's note upon,
680, 1. 41

Goulston, Ri., esq., death of Margaret,
wife of, 989, 1. 2

Gower, Hen., appointed by bp. Gun-
ning to revise his papers, 660, l. 14

Dr. Humphr., presents Baker's
reprint of Fisher's funeral sermon to
the library, 562, 1. 33; prepares new
statutes, 988, 1. 5; 994, 1. 15; Is.
Milles' account of, 646, l. 39; Cole's
account of him, as 24th master, 991;
his parentage, ib. 1. 7; arms, 991, 1.
18; n. 1; 1001, 1. 27; schools, 991, 1.
25; enters St John's, 992, l. 1; 997,
1. 29; his various rectories, 992, 1.
3; made master of Jesus, ib. 1. 14;
of St John's, ib. 1. 19; elected v. c.,
ib. 21; his speech to the king at
Newmarket; ib. 1. 26; 997, 1. 35;
chosen lady Margaret prof., 993, 1.
23; Baker's character of him, ib. 1.
24; Cole's charge against him of
trimming, ib. 1. 34; his withdrawal of
this, ib. n. 3; Ant. Wood's allusion
to him, 994, 1. 7; his funeral sermons
for bp Gunning, 994, l. 19; extracts
from these, 648, 1. 32; 652, 1. 11;
659, 1. 36; 660, 1. 48; his letter to
Thoresby, 994, 1, 27; benefactions to
the coll., ib. 1. 32; the print of him
by Vertue, 995, 1. 6; death, and in-
scription on his tomb, ib. 1. 16; Dr.
James's mourning ring for him, 996,
1. 13; additions to Cole's life, ib.
1. 18; entertains Chas. II. at St.
John's, 997, 1. 42; 998, l. 5; suspect-
ed of favouring the nonjurors, 998,
1. 11; proceedings against him for
this, ib. 1. 14; Amb. Bonwicke's ac-
count of the coll. under him, ib. 1.
29; his account of his death, 999, l.
6; of his interment and legacies, ib.
1. 49; dedication of Brome on fasting,
to him, 999, 1. 48; 100:, l. 1; his
will, 100, l. 22; publications, corre-
spondence, etc., ib. 1. 30; book-plate

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in coll. lib., 1002, 1. 23; Mat. Prior's
appeals to, on being put out of com-
mons, 1002, 1. 32; 1003, 1. 1; Dr.
Jenkin's tribute to, 1013, l. 12
Gower, Stanley, father of Humph.
Gower, account of, 991, 1. 8; 997, !.
17; his life of Ri. Rothwell, 991, I.
15; 996, l. 21; rector of Brampton
Bryan, 992, n. 3; his contributions
to Sam. Clarke's lives, 991, 1. 15;
996, 1. 19; his visit to Ri. Rothwell,
997, l. I

Gowland, Ri., custodian of abp. Wil-
liams's books, 621, l. 32; coll. inden-
ture with, respecting the abp.'s be
quests to the library, ib. 1. 40. seg.
Graduates' commons, decree respecting,
531, 1. 31

Graevius, J. G., Bentley's letter to,
respecting bp. Stillingfleet, 700, 1. 29
Graham, Jos., queen Mary's proclama-
tion against, 987, 1. 8
Grafton, Chas., second duke of, accom-
panies Geo. II., to Cambridge, 1019,

13

Grafton, Aug. Hen., 3d duke of, chan-
cellor, recommends Dr. Law for the
bishopric of Carlisle, 715, L. 9; his
generous offer towards paving and
lighting the town, 1052, l. 14
Granchester, Grauncester, Graundce-
tour, leases of lands at, 382, 1. 26;
392, 1. 22; 427, l. 19; 454, l. 36; bp.
Bowstead curate of, 973, 1. 6
Grandorge, Is. coll., tutor to Ra. We-
therley, 541, 1. 13
Grant, master of Westminster school,
257, 1. 15

Grantham, bp. Gouldston educated at
the school at, 271, l. 28; Dr. New-
come born at, and educated at the
school, 1023, 1. 21; 1032, 1. 20;
leaves his library to the town, 1030,
1. 14; 1034, 1. 40
Grantofte, Rog., of Hilton, will of, 348,
1. 34

Granville, dean, his interviews with bp.

Turner on weekly communion, 989,
1. 19

Graunt, Alice, bond to, for the founda-
tion of a fellowship, 422, 1. 28
Graunte, Paul and Jo., to appoint the
Thurlestone scholar, 398, 1. 23
Graves, Hugh, lease to, of lands at Kirk-
bies in Preston, 455, l. 4; licence of
alienation, ib. 1. 8, lease to, of tene-
ment and lands at Marflett, 455, 1.
10; licence of alienation, ib. 1. 13
Gray, J., his remarks on bp. Marsh on
parochial psalmody, 871,

15

Rob., Chr. coll, letter of Jo. Stod-
dart to, respecting Geo. White's
legacy to St John's, 506, 1. 42

Gray, W., fell. Trin., his rudeness to
Dr. Bill, 127

Gregson, Edw., note of his scholarship,
546, 1. 36

Greek, rarity of the knowledge of, in
St. John's in the 16th century, 171,
1. 29; 180, l. 18

Green, Jo., bp. Linc., notices of, 710,
1. 31; Cole's account of him, ib. l. 39;
bp. Newton's opinion of, 711, l. 42;
death, 712, 1. 10; his conduct as
master of C. C. C., 712, l. 14; 713,
1. 3; his bookplate in St. John's li-
brary, 712, 1. 40; literary works, etc.,
713, 1. 1; supports Dr. Newcome for
the mastership, 1033, 1. 22; trustee
under Dr. Newcome's will, 1030, 1.
15; 1034, 1. 45

- Dr., parish minister, signs bp. Lake's
dying profession, 687, 1. 3

rev. Jo., his correspondence with
bp. Marsh, respecting his nomination
as curate, 874, l. 28; 876, l. 7; 877,
1. 5

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Greene, Solomon, lease in Wood street
alienated to, 439, l. 39
Greenell, Ri., lease to, of tenement and
yard in St. Andrew's parish, 440, l.

44

Greenhill, Wm., S. T. P, married to bp.
Dee's daughter, 265, 1. 32
Greens, a penny a day allowed for, to
fellows, 1038, 1. 24

Greenstrete, master, his aggressions on
Ospringe wood, 426, l. 24
Greenwood, Rowl. nominated for mas-
ter of Aldenham, 490, 1. 27, 31;
elected, ib. 1. 36; his resignation, 506,
1. 29

Grene, Thos., of Mylton, Kent, lease
to, of Tryanston manor, a smith's
forge, etc., 351, 1. 41; covenant to,
excusing payment for the forge, ib.
1. 44; acquittance to, for plate, 354,
1. 23; lease to of Trianston manor,
Romney marsh, 363, 1. 15
Gresley, Wm. prebendary of Lichfield,
899, 1. 8

Grey, sir Geo., advocates the Zambesi
mission at Cambridge, 979, l. 45

sir Hen., sale to, of watermills at
Blunham, 375, 1. 38, 41
- earl, speeches in house of lords re-
specting bp. Marsh's questions, 875,
1. 30; 876, 1. 32

Grey, R., Dr. Newcome a subscriber for

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7 copies of his Liber Jobi, 1034, 1. 23
Grey, Dr. Zach., a friend of Cole's 1023,

1. 19: 1025, 1. 36; Dr. and Mrs. New-
come's contributions to his edit. of
Hudibras, 1026, 1 16; Newcome's
letter to, on withdrawing from this,
1027, 1. 10; J. Jones's letter to, con-

cerning Newcome, 1033, 1. 29; Pote
of Eton to, on the same, ib. 1. 44;
collected materials for Baker's life,
1050, n. 3; given by his widow to
Masters, 1051, l. 18
Greynwode, M.A., an early fellow of
St. John's, 70; 76
Greystock, rev. H. Percy rector of, 898,
1. 34
Griesbach's text of the greek testament,
bp. Marsh's letter respecting, 740, 1.
I; Marsh's vindication of him, 754,
1. 21; his opinion of the Codex Va-
tabli, 758, 1. 7

Griffith, master of Cambridge school,
541, 1. 43

Grigman, Ste., his subscription to the
oath of qualification, 533, 1. 13
Grimshawe, rev. T. S., his pamphlet
against bp. Marsh, 84, 1. 8; refuta-
tion of this, ib. 1. 11

Grindal, abp., an opponent of transub-
stantiation, 126; Ascham's character
of, 579, 1. 10; his letter to lord Burgh-
ley on the visitation of St. John's,
595, 1. 47

Grotius, Hugh., his de veritate, and a
French translation presented to the
library by lord Herbert of Cherbury,
529, 1. 35; a friend of Overall's, 671,

1. 43

Grove, Rob., bp. of Chichester, Baker's
account of, 277; additional notices of,
703, 1. 13

Grove, Tho., B.A., an original fellow
of St. John's, 77
Grundy, Jas., lease to, of Hilton manor,
394, 1. 37

Gualter, Rob., friend of abp. Sandys,
663, 1. 38

Guest, an opponent of transubstantia-
tion, 126

Gunning, Hen., his recollection of Dr.
Chevallier's funeral, 1082, 1. 37; anec-
dote by, of fellow commoners in hall
in Wood's time, 1100, l. 18; account
of Drs. Parr, Marsh and Wood at
Caius lodge, ib. 1. 38

Dr. Peter, chosen 22nd master of St.
John s, from the mastership of C.C.C.,
233; his account of himself from his
MSS., 234; numerous preferments,
236; character, 233; 237; death, 237;
benefactions to St. John's coll., 238;
literary works, ib.; papers in MS.,
239; style of preaching, ib.; connex-
ion with Tillotson and Cosin, 240;
Baker's account of him as bp. of Chi-
chester and Ely, 269; his benefac-
tions to the library, 339; the king's
decree respecting his election as mas-
ter, 542, 1. 9, 17; obtains a declara-
tion that fellows recommended by the

king shall be examined like others,
543, 17; signature as master, 551,
1. 43; Is. Milles's opinion of, 642, 1.
25; at the Savoy conference, 645, 1.
3, 6; various notes upon Baker's
account of him, 647, 1. 13; chaplain
of New coll. Oxford, 648, 1. 21;
taken to task by Cromwell, ib. 1. 30;
extracts from Dr. Gower's discourse
on his character, 648, 1. 32; 652, 1.
11; 659, 1. 36; 660, 1. 48; is seized
while celebrating the holy commu-
nion, 648, 1. 42; 649, 1. 30; anecdotes
of him at Chichester, 650, 1. 33; his
disputes with sectaries there, 651, 1.
2; Rob. Jenkin's latin inscription
upon, 656, 1.5; Burnet's account of
him, 657, 1. 27; Baxter's opinion of
him, 658, 1. 1; extract from his will,
ib. 1. 25; copy of his book plate in
St. John's library, 659, 1. 16; disposal
of his papers by will, 660, 1. 11; por-
traits of him, his monument, etc., ib.
1. 41; minor notes upon, 661, 1. 29;
his arms, ib. 1. 36; 1108, 1. 17-; friend-
ship with bp. Turner, 985, 1. 7; pa-
tronage of Dr. Gower, 991, 1. 5; 992,
1. 10, 14; Gower's funeral sermons
for him, 994, 1. 20; his money in the
coll. chest applied to the expenses of
the chapel, 1036, 1. 6; the coll. give
5 guineas to Bentham for the plate of
his monument, 1039, 1. 1; Ashby's
remark on Baker's character of him,
1051, 44

Gunning, Pet., father of the bishop,
notices of, 647, 1. 16

- Mr., recommended by the coll. for
Ufford rectory, 1071, 1. 9
Gunpowder plot, anniversary of the,

order for the solemn observance of,
under Dr. Clayton, 194, l. 14
Gurney, J. J., bp. Stanley's funeral
sermon for, 969, 1. 21; 971, d. 24
Gutteridge, succeeded by Powell as
foundation scholar, 1053, 1. 21
Gwatkin, Hen. Melvill, elected fellow,
984, 1. 29

-T., vacates his fellowship, 984, 1. 26
Gwyn, Gwin, Gr., servant and sole ex-

ecutor of Dr. Owen Gwynn, 205, 1. 45
Gwyn alias Wyn, Griffeth, indenture

with, respecting Dr. Jo. Gwyn's foun-
dation, 420, 1. 45; 421, 1. 2; to no-
minate the first Gwyn fellows, 421,
1. 30

- Gwin, Dr. Jo., uncle of Owen Gwyn,
206, 1. 22; indenture respecting his
foundation, 421, 1. 2; coll. register of
this, 547, . 41; coll. agreement re-
specting his fellowship, 1037, 1. 7;
agreement with his heirs respecting
his scholarship, 1072, L. 13

Gwyn, Gwin, Owen, 18th master, sup-
posed intrigues for his election, 198;
615, 1. 45; his conduct as master, 199;
entertains the prince of Wales, 201;
and king Jas. I., 202; supports the
duke of Buckingham as chancellor,
203; his death and preferments, 204;
leaves nothing to the coll, 205; his
family connexions, 206; Owen's epi-
gram on, 207; preferments promised
to, 210; tutor to abp. Williams, 261,
1. 15; admitted Gwyn scholar, 206,
1. 26; 422, l. 10; six letters to, from
lord Maynard, 545, 1. 39; chooses the
lease of Ridgewell to annex to the
mastership, 551, 1.8; his signature as
master, ib. 1. 9, 19; signs letter to
lord Burghley on the choice of a
master, 606, 1. 21; report of his pre-
ferment to St. David's, 615, 1. 28;
various references to him, ib. 1. 32;
excellent decrees made under him, 616,
1. 18; his system of registration on
admission, ib. 1. 25; his oration to
Jas. I. on his second visit, 617, l. 17;
Cole's defence of him, 619, 1. 36; tes-
tifies in favour of Lane, 625, 1. 31;
the plate given by him to the coll.
sent to Chas. I., 633, l. 10; his arms
in the liber memorialis, 1107, 1. 10
Gyfferson, Gifferson, Giforson, Jo.,
leases to, of tenement and lands at
Atwycke, 386, l. 16; 400, l. 32; 436,
1. 3; 444, 30

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Haberdashers, deeds of the mystery of,

respecting Mildred lady Burghley's
benefactions, 423, 1. 24; 425, l. 1
Hacket, bp. of Down, deprivation of,
697, 1. 3

- Jo., bp. of Lichfield, his life of abp.
Williams, 261; his benefaction to the
library, 339; arms in the liber me-
morialis, 1108, 1. 15

Haddon, Walt., LL.D., queen Eliza-

beth's university commissioner, 146
Hadleigh, Suff., bp. Overall born at,

258, 1. 34

Hadley, A. V., fell. of St. John's, secre-
tary to the central African mission,
979, 1. 46

Hadnoll, rent charge on the lands of,
for Shrewsbury scholars, 486, 1. 5
Hailstorm, 2 guineas presented by the
coll. to the sufferers by a, 1074, 1. 30
Haiward, see Heywarde
Hales, Chas., lease to, of Higham par-
sonage for three livos, 449, l. 1; licence

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