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re-opening of Chambers, [139]; the policy of the Government, [20];
Message, [ib.] ; debate on the Min minor Bills, [27] ; Army Estimates,
istry, [141]; their policy, [142]; (ib.); the Navy, [29] ; death of Mr.
speech of M. Gambetta, (ib.); dis Ward Hunt, [32]; Mr. Gladstone's
solution of the Chamber, (144]; Five Resolutions, [33]; amendments,
death of M. Thiers, (ib.); opening of [35]; Mr. Cross's speech, [36];
new Chamber, [158]; M. A. Grévy's division, [40]; the Budget, [42];
motion on electoral abuses, [159] ; Irish Obstructives, [45]; modifica-
debate upon, [160]; resignation of tions in the Rules of Debate, [47] ;
the De Broglie Ministry, [163]; the "the long sitting” of July 31 on the
MacMahon Ministry, [ib.] ; its de South African Confederation Bill,
claration and defeat, [164]; M. [48]; Dissenters' Burials Bill, [52];
Dufaure's Cabinet, [165]; Marshal Irish Judicature Act, [53]; Home
MacMahon in extremis, [166] ; and Rule, [54]; Land Bill, [57]; Mr.
submission, [ib.]. Vide France. Chamberlain on intemperance, [58] ;
NAVY ESTIMATES, The, [29].

Sunday closing, [59]; Colonial Mar-
NETHERLANDS, Death of the Queen of riage Bill, [ib.] ; Capital punish-
the, 57.

ment, [60]; Household Suffrage to
"NEW BRADFORD," Voyage of the, 72. Counties, [62] ; Army Promotion,
NEWMARKET RACES, The, 42.

[67]; the Pigott Case, [70]; Vote of
NEW ZEALAND, [112].

Censure, [ib.]; apology of the
NILLSSON, CHRISTINE, A story of, 18. House, [71]; official reporting, [72];
NOBLE, JOHN, “ South Africa,” [337]. Territorial Waters Jurisdiction, [ib.];
NORFOLK, Double murder in, 105.

City of London Companies, [ib.] ;
NORFOLK, Marriage of the Duke of, Oxford and Cambridge Universities,
116.

[ib.]; Clerical Fellowships, [73];
NORTHAMPTON, THE MARCHIONESS OF, Prison Bills, [74]; Public Education
Obituary notice, 166.

Vote, [75]; South Africa and An.
NORTHUMBERLAND, Endowment of a nexation of the Transvaal, [76];
Bishopric for, 93.

Lord J. Hamilton on Indian Finance,
NORTON, THE Hon. MRS., Obituary [103]; summoning of, [125].
notice, 152.

PAGE'S “ Life of De Quincey,” [314].
NORWAY, Its mercantile Fleet and po PALERMO BRIGANDS, 24.
pulation, [277]

PARIS MAIL, Robbery of the, 55.
PARRY, MR. John, Farewell benefit

performances of, 26
OAKS STAKES, The, 52.

PATMORE, MR. C., “ Unknown Eros,"
OBITUARY OF EMINENT PERSONS DE [348].
CEASED in 1877, 133.

PAUL'S CATHEDRAL, Sr., Marriage in,
ODGER, Funeral of Mr. George, 23 ;
Obituary notice of, 141.

“ PENAL SERVITUDE, FIVE YEARS'"
OLD CATHOLICS--Synod at Bonn, [339].

[213]; official recognition in Austria, “ PENGE MYSTERY, THE,'' Trial of the
(225)

Stauntons and Alice Rhodes, 66, 68,
OLIVANT, MRS., “Makers of Florence," 95; commutation of sentence, 102,
[342].

Vide Trials, 178.
O'MEARA, KATHLEEN, “ Frederic PERCEVAL, RIGHT Hon. SPENCER,
Ozanam,” [319].

Death of the daughter of, 14.
ORKNEY, THE EARL OF, Obituary no PERCY, GEN. LORD, Obituary notice,
tice, 146.

164.
OXENFORD, MR. John, Obituary no PERSIA, THE SHAH OF, Present to the
tice, 138.

South Kensington Museum, 64.
OXFORD AND CAMBRIDGE UNIVER PETER THE GREAT'S WILL, [1].

SITIES BILL, [72]; boat race, 27; PHONOGRAPH, Mr. Edison's, [373].
cricket match, 62.

PIERCE, E. L., “ Charles Sumner,"
OXFORD AND MORTIMER, THE COUN [322].
TESS OF, Obituary notice, 158.

PIRACY IN THE NORTH SEA, 81
OXFORD.- Opening of the new hall of PLEVNA, Siege and fall of, [198].

Balliol College, 5; murder near, PLYMOUTH, British Association Meet.
128.

ing at, 78, [371] ; Somnambulist,

accident at, 78.

Pocock, FRANCIS, death of, [381] 93.
PARLIAMENT. - Opening of, [9]; the POLICE INSPECTORS' CONSPIRACY.

Queen's Speech, [10]; debate upon, Tide Detectives.
[12]; the Eastern Question, [15]; | POMARÉ, QUEEN, Obituary notice, 159.

76.

“ Pongo,” Arrival of the young goril. Clifton (Folkestone Ritual case),
la, 79; death of, 116.

169; Cresswell v. Walrond, 174; the
PONTYPRIDD EXPLOSION. Vide Welsh Stauntons (Penge case), 178; the
Colliery.

Artisans' Dwellings frauds, 186; the
POPE, THE, Episcopal Jubilee, [232], Detective conspiracy, 191.

47; daily life, 77; failing health, RESCUE FROM DROWNING, 78.
[237].

RHONDDHA VALLEY ACCIDENT, 33.
PORTER, AN HONEST, 88.

Vide Welsh Colliery.
POTTINGER, MAJOR-GEN. JOHN, Obi. RITUALISTS AND THE LAW.-Archbi.
tuary notice, 143,

shop of Canterbury's address, [116];
Powys, REV. DR. H., Obituary notice, the Vicar of St. James', Hatcham, 4,
146.

6, 8, 9, 18, 46, 115; the Vicar of Folke-
PRECIOUS STONES, Artificial production stone, 47, 50, 169.
of, [376].

RIDSDALE CASE. Vide Folkestone.
PROCLAMATION OF THE EMPIRE in ROBINSON CRUSOE, A pension granted
India, 1, [2], [83].

to the Misses Defoe, 47, 50, 169.
PROMOTIONS AND APPOINTMENTS, 244. ROCHDALE, Messrs. Bright and Cham.
PUBLIC DOCUMENTS AND STATE PA berlain at, [120].

PERS.-Circular of Prince Gortcha. ROCKY MOUNTAINS, Scientific re-
kow on the affairs of Turkey, 207 ; searches in the, [375], [377].
Protocol relative to the affairs of ROMAN REMAINS, Discovery of, in
Turkey, 210; despatch from the Paris, 81.
Turkish Government on the Protocol, ROME, Shower of sand at, 60; forti-
262; Circular of April 19, and reply, fications of, 83; brigandage in, 127.
216; naval engagement between the Rosas, GENERAL JUAN MANUEL DE,
“ Shah” and “Huascar," 218; the Obituary notice, 141.
Colorado beetle, 221; Report from ROSCOMMON, Great terrorism in, 72.
committee on Lord Cochrane's peti. Ross, MR., and Palermo Brigands, 24.
tion, 224; the New Code of Education ROTHSCHILD, MR. LEOPOLD DE, Lays
Department, 228; Public Income and the foundation stone of a new tem-
Expenditure, 242.

ple, 56.
ROUS, ADMIRAL, Obituary notice, 152.

ROWAN, J. T., “Emigrant in Canada,"
QUEEN, THE, Proclaimed Empress at [338].

Delhi, &c., [2], 1; opens the House, ROYAL GIFT TO HEYWOOD, 118.
[9]; a spider dress presented to, 14; ROYAL HUMANE SOCIETY, 115.
erects a monument to memory of RUBENS TERCENTENARY, The, 83.
Lady Stanley, 23; celebration of RUSSELL, MAJOR, “Russian Wars with
birthday, 49; presentation of a pub Turkey,” [330].
lic park, 118; visit to Lord Beacons. RUSSELL, WM. HOWARD, “Prince of
field, [125], 125.

Wales's Tour in India," [328].
QUEEN'S THEATRE, EDINBURGH, De. RUSSIA.-History of the year, [244];
struction of, 31.

industrial and financial condition,
[245]; the Budget, [247]; the Con-

ference and Ultimatum, (ib.); the
RACES. Vide Sports.

Czar's War Manifesto, [248]; the
RADCLIFFE, Severe thunderstorm at, Navy, [249]; remodelling of the
48.

Army on German system, (ib.); com-
RAILWAY ACCIDENTS. Claims for manded by the Grand Duke, [250];

compensation, 74; near Dublin, 64; the Russian soldier, [ib.); Generals
mysterious occurrence on the G.E.R., Skobeleff, Von Todleben, and Gourko,
127; near Leeds, 130; at Morpeth [251]; the Metropolitan of Kische-
Station, 29; to the Scotch Mail, 113; neff, [253] ; provincial addresses to
statistics of, 116; on the S.W.R., the Czar, [254]; War and Peace
120.

Parties, [255]; the Czar's return to
RAILWAY BRIDGE, Opening of the St. Petersburg, [256]. Side Turkey
longest, 94.

and the War.
READE, CHAS., “Woman Hater,” [347].
RECREATION GARDENS IN LONDON, 62.
REEVE, HENRY, “ Journal of a Resi.
dence at Vienna," [318].

SAD DEATH IN PRISON, 25.
RELIC OF FEUDAL TIMES, 99.

SALISBURY CATHEDRAL, RESTORATION
RELICS OF TROY, Dr. Schliemann's,
128.

SALMON FISHING, Closing of season,
REMARKABLE TRIALS,-Ridsdale

89.

OF, 18.

SANFORD, MR. J. L., Obituary notice, SMIRKE, MR. SYDNEY, Obituary notice,
155.

166.
SCHLIEMANN'S, DR., Discoveries at My. SMITHFIELD CLUB CATTLE SHOW
cenæ, 30; relics of Troy, 128.

124.
SCIENCE, Retrospect of, [371]; the SMITH, LADY, Obituary notice, 138.

British Association at Plymouth, SMITH, THos. L., C.B., Obituary notice,
(ib.); French Association at Havre, 143.
lib.] ; “ The Last of the Gases,” [372]; SMITH's, “ SIR WILLIAM FERGUSSON,"
the phonograph and telephone, [373]; [318].
Prof. Tyndall's experiments, (375]; SOCIAL SCIENCE CONGRESS, 91.
Mr. Stanley's explorations, [380]; Mr. SOMNAMBULISM, Extraordinary, 5.

Glaisher's astronomical report, [382]. SOUTH AMERICA.-Shocks of earth-
SCOTCH LINEN TRADE STRIKE, 91. quake, floods and famine in, [295].
SCOTCH MAIL, Accident to the, 113. South KENSINGTON MUSEUM-Mr.
SCOTLAND.—Lord Hartington in, [119]; John Forster's bequest, 48; the Shah

Liberalism of, [120]; the Burns sta of Persia's souvenir, 64.
tue, 11; death of Dr. Bryce, 68; SOUTHSEA, Gallant rescue at, 78.
Social Science Congress, 91.

SPAIN.-- Political prospects, [238]; Ex-
SCUDAMORE, CAPT. W. J., Obituary tradition Treaty, [239]; tour of King
notice, 135.

Alfonso, [i.b.]; bull-fight at Malaga,
SEA SERPENT, The Great, 17.

[240]; the English Fleet at Cadiz,
SECESSION FROM THE CHURCH, 50. [241]; great wine exhibition at
SERVIA.-Proclamation of March, [257]; Madrid, [ib.]; the Budget, [ib.];

manifesto of Prince Milan, [258] ; bull-fight at Madrid, [242] ; suppres.
her policy, [259]; independence, sion of the Cuban insurrection, [ib.] ;

[260]; movements of troops, [262]. decree of religious liberty, [243];
SERVICE, JOHN, “Sermons and Essays," the Basque Provinces, (ib.); the
(343).

King's engagement to the Princess
SENIOR, MRS. NASSAU, Obituary notice, Mercèdes, [ib.]; death of Marshal
141.

Cabrera, 144.
SEYMOUR, MR. DANBY, Obituary no SPIDER DRESS, A Brazilian, 14.
tice, 157.

SPENCER-CHURCHILL, Lieut.-COL. C.
“ SHAH” AND “HUASCAR," Naval en. H., Obituary notice, 142.
gagement between, 212.

SPENCER, THE DOWAGER COUNTESS,
SHAKSPEARE, Festival and Memorial, Obituary notice, 159.
40.

SPENCER PERCEVAL'S DAUGHTER,
SHÉEL, DR., Expedition to the Jenissei, Death of, 14.
[380].

SPORTS.-Hawking at the Alexandra
SHEFFIELD, Football accident at, 131 ; Palace, 20; Oxford and Cambridge

rattening, 104; trade outrage, 122. Boat Race, 27 ; presentation of medals
SHERIFFS OF ENGLAND AND WALES, to Oxford crew, 31 ; Wolverhampton
248.

bicycle contest, ib.; Weston and
SHIPPING DISASTERS.--Loss of the O'Leary walking match, 37; the Lon-

“Avalanche," 88; the “Cashmere, don Athletic Club, 39; Newmarket
66 ; poisoning of the crew of the races, 42; the Derby and Oaks, 52;
“ Crown Prince," 73; loss of the the Horse Show, 56; the Ascot, 59;
“ European," 121; the “Eten," 69; the Oxford and Cambridge Cricket
burning of the “ Latof,"' [267]; col Club Match, 62; Eton and Harrow,
lision between the “Loch Fyne" and 69; Amateur Championship of the
“ Knapton Hall," 104; piracy in the Thames, 71; carrier pigeon race,
North Sea, 81 ; loss of a trader's boat 72 ; St. Leger Stakes, 87; Creedmore
at Queenstown, 8; burning of the rifle match, 90; bicycle meet, ib. ;
“ Teviotdale,” 21 ; wrecks on the S.E. fatal walk, 97 ; Gale's great feats, 98,
coast, November 24th, 117.

114 ; Captain Boyton, 13.
SHREWSBURY, THE EARL OF, Obituary SPRY, W. J., “Cruise of H.M. Ship
notice, 146.

• Challenger,'” [334].
SIEMENS, DR., Address to the Iron and SQUIER, GEORGE, “ Peru,” [338].
Steel Institute, [374] ;

ST. ALBANS, Enthronement of the
SLADE, Miss, Attempt to extort money Bishop of, 58.
from, 92

ST. ANDREW'S UNIVERSITY, Election of
SLAVE TRADE, Abolition of, in Mada a Rector of, 116.

gascar, [296] ; statement of Col. STANLEY'S AFRICAN EXLORATIONS,
Gordon, 19.

[380], 93.
SMEE, MR, ALFRED, Obituary notice, STANLEY, LADY A., Erection of a cross
136.

in memory of the late, 23.

STATE PAPERS. Vide Public Documents,

207.
STATE OF TRADE, [114]; review of

the year, [115]. Vide Trade Dis.

putes.
STATISTICS, The Railway, 116.
STAUNTONS, THE.

Vide Penge.
STEELE, Death of Miss A. E., 110.
STEPNEY, LIEUT.-COL. SIR JOHN S.

COWELL, Obituary notice, 146.
ST. GEORGE, Commemoration of, 39.
ST. GOTHARD RAILWAY, THE, 119.
STIRLING-MAXWELL, LADY. Obituary

notice, 152.
ST. JAMES'S, HATCHAM, The Vicar of

in the Court of Arches, 4; riots at,
6; arrest of Vicar for contempt, 8;
conflict for possession of, 9; release
of Vicar, 18; forcible entry of, 46;

legal proceedings nullified, 115.
St. John's, NEW BRUNSWICK, Terrible

conflagration at, 60.
St. John's, MR., “Sea of Mountains,"

[337].
ST. JUST, Fatal fire at, 78.
STOCKPORT, Serious accident at, 128.
STOKE-ON-TRENT, Murder near, 129.
STORMS, GALES, AND FLOODS.-Heavy

rains at Constantinople, 7; floods in
July, 71 ; thunderstorm in Lanca-
shire, 48; Lisbon sympathy with
London, 7; floods in October, 103 ;
gale on the coast of Scotland, 3;
overflow of the Thames, ib.; gales in

November, 117.
ST. PANCRAS, Flower stealing, 107.
ST. PATRICK'S DAY, Celebration of, 24.
ST. PAUL'S CATHEDRAL, Meeting of

the executive committee of, 57; state

visit of the Judges to, ib.
STRIKES. Vide Trade Disputes.
SUDELEY, LORD, Obituary notice, 143,
SULLIVANS “ New Ireland,” [345).
SULTAN ABDUL HAMID, Dinner party

of, 85.
SUMMONS OF PARLIAMENT, [125].
SUNDERLAND, Fatal pedestrian feat at,

97.
SYMONDS, “Renaissance in Italy,"

[344).

TELEPHONE, The. — Professor Bell's

lecture, 15 ; experiments with, 70;
utilised for mining purposes, 88;
adopted by the Post Office authori.
ties, 120; Dr. Röutgen's alarum,

[374].
“ TEVIOTDALE,” Burning of the, 21.
THAMES, Championship of the, 71.
THESIGER, THE HON. ALFRED H., Ap-
pointed Lord Justice of High Court

of Appeal, 109.
« THE TEMPLES OF PÆSTUM," pre-

sented to the National Gallery, 22.
THIERS, M., Death of, [144]; funeral,

[145]; posthumous address, [153];
recovery of stolen works of art, 109;

obituary notice, 159.
THIEVES' SUPPER, A, 19.
THIRLMERE, LAKE, Proposal to pnr.

chase, 64.
THOLUCK, PROFESSOR, Obituary no-

tice, 152.
THOUSAND HOURS' WALK, A, 98.
“ THUNDERER," Trial trip of the, 2.
TICHBORNE CLAIMANT, THE.-Costs of

the prosecution of, 71; removal of,

104 ; visit to, 91.
TIDAL WAVE IN SOUTH AMERICA, 50.
TIGRESS, Escape of a, 68.
TINLEY, MAJOR-GEN., Obituary notice,

155.
TITIENS, MOLLE, T. Obituary notice,

164.
TOOTH, REV. A. Tide St. James's.
TOPHAM, MR. F., Obituary notice, 143.
TORPEDO WARFARE.- Destruction of

ironclads, [191); the “Lightning."
torpedo vessel, 37; manufacture of,

43.
“ TOTTERING LILY, THE," 45.
TRADE DISPUTES. -The Bolton strike,

84, 106; Clyde ironworkers, 97;
Clyde shipwrights, 93-referee's de-
cision in, 111; cotton operatives,
misery of, 97; Lundhill Colliery,
111; North of England iron trade,
82; operative masons' strike, 64—
meeting at Clerkenwell, 80-arrival
of foreign workmen, 95—their ac-
commodation, 104—" look out" of
pickets, 107-cost of strike, 117-
engagement of Germans, 119; Scotch
linen trade, 91 ; Sheffield outrages,
104, 122; United States railway

riots, [283].
TRANSVAAL, ANNEXATION OF THE,

[80].
TREASURE, Extraordinary loss of, 110.
TRIALS, REMARKABLE.-Ridsdaler.

Clifton (the Folkestone Ritual case),
169; Cresswell v. Walrond, 174; the
Penge case, 178; Mr. Baxter Lang.
ley, and Mr. Edward Safferey (the
Artisans' Dwellings Company frands),
186 ; the Detectives' conspiracy, 191.

“ TAIL-CUTTING EPIDEMIC" in China,

47.
TAIT, ARCHBISHOP, Address of, 117.
TALBOT, MR. Fox, Obituary notice,

159.
TALBOT, RIGHT HON. CHARLES John,

Obituary notice, 146.
TAYLOR, COL. M., “ The Story of my

Life,” [310].
TEA PARTY, A Scientific, 92.
TELEGRAPH WIRES, German subterra-

nean, 82; laying down by steam, 81;
quadruplex, 98.

TROLLOPE, A., “ American Senator,” sion, [283]; railway strikes and
[347].

riots, [ib.]; conflict with troops at
TROLLOPE, T. A., “ Story of the Life Pittsburg, (284); Baltimore and St.
of Pius IX.," [323].

Louis, [286] ; destruction of rolling
TRURO, Consecration of the Bishop of, stock and railway properties, [287];
39; first ordination service, 51.

Civil Service reform, [ib.] ; Govern.
TULLOCH, JOHN, “ Salvation here and ment speeches at Vermont, [ib.] ;
hereafter,” [343].

Presidential visit to the Southern
TURF FRAUDS, The Great, 38.

States, [289]; war with the Indians,
TURKEY AND THE Russo - TURKISH [290]; failure of embassy to the

WAR, Turkish administration, [167]; Sioux Chiefs, [ib.] ; Bill for remone-
latter sittings of the Conference, tisation of silver, [ib.]; President
[168]; the European proposals con Hayes' first Annual Message, (291);
sidered, [169]; rejected, [170]; Halifax Fishery Commission, [293];
Midhat Pasha's counter-proposals, execution of Mormon Bishop, John
[ib.] ; Turkish Circular, [172]; fall Lee, [ib.]; the Mountain Meadow
of Midhat Pasha, [175]; installation massacre, [294]; death of Brigham
of Grand Vizier, [ib.]; Sultan's Young, [295]; fire at St. John's, N.B.,
decree, [176] ; opening of Otto 60; fire in New York, 84; the
man Parliament, [177]; Sultan's Creedmore Rifle Match, 90; plunder
Speech, [178]; Russian Note, [179]; of passenger train, 91 ; destruction
the London Protocol, [181]; Turkish of the Patent Office, 94, 101 ; opening
reply, [182]; Russia's view of her of the “Working Women's Hotel,”
mission, [185]; declaration of war, 122.
[186]; Turkey's protest, [ib.]; the UNIVERSITIES Bill, [72]; Boat Race,
rival forces, [188]; defeat at Ba 27 ; presentation of medals to the
toum, [189]; Sukhum Kalé, [ib.]; Oxford Crew, 31; cricket match, 62.
Roumania declares her independence, UNIVERSITY DEGREES, Oxford, 250 ;
[190]; blowing up of monitors, Cambridge, 255.
[191]; the Danube crossed, [ib.] ; URQUHART, MR. D., Obituary notice,
proclamation to the Bulgarians,

147.
[192]; capture of Tirnova and Nico-
polis, [193]; General Gourko crosses
the Balkans, [ib.]; reverses in Ar VAN DE VELDE AND LORD CLAREN.
menia, [ib.]; actions before Plevna, DON, An artistic story of, 46.
[ib.]; the Shipka Pass, [194]; cap. VANE, MR. MORGAN, Obituary notice,
ture of Loftcha, [195]; defeat of 147.
Mukhtar Pasha, [196]; fall of Kars, VERONA, Discovery of coins near, 13.
[197]; investment of Plevna, [198]; VERRIER, M. LE, Obituary notice, 161.
Osman Pasha's sortie, [199]; defeat VESUVIUS, Eruption of Mount, 50.
and capitulation, [200]; siege of VICAR, Extraordinary conduct of a,
Erzeroum, [202]; Turkish Circular 113.
Note to the Powers, [202] ; opening VOLUNTEERS, Narrow escape of the
of second session of Turkish Parlia Camborne Rifle Corps, 70.
ment, [203]; Bulgarian and Turkish
atrocities, [204]. Vide Eastern Ques-
tion and Russia.

WANTAGE, Royal visit to, 70.
TYLDESLEY, Colliery explosion at, 21. WAGNER FESTIVAL, The, 44.
TYNDALL, PROFESSOR, Experiments of, WALES, THE PRINCE OF, Indian hunt-

(375); declines the Rectorship of ing trophies, 16; re-opens the Charing
St. Andrew's University, 116.

Cross Hospital, 30; two eldest sons
TYNEWYDD COLLIERS. Vide Welsh Col. as naval cadets, ib.; their examination
liery.

at Greenwich, 46; unveils statue of

Alfred the Great at Wantage, 70.
WALKING MATCHES.

Vide Sports.
“ UNCLE Tom's FAREWELL," 11.

WALLACE, D. MACKENZIE, “ Russia,"
UNITED STATES.-Presidential elec [329].

tion, [278]; appointment of Electo WALSHE, MR. ARTHUR, Sad accident
ral Commission, [279]; Mr. Hayes
elected, (ib.); Inauguration Day, WANTAGE, Royal visit to, 70.
(ib.); Presidential policy, [280]; WARREN, MR. SAMUEL, Obituary no-
Cabinet, [281]; employment of tice, 155.
troops against Mexican raiders, WASHINGTON, PRESIDENT, A love
[282]; condition of the negro po letter of, 41; and the Duke of Kent,
pulation, (ib.); commercial depres 67.

to, 89.

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