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Burke, his . Effay on the Sublime,' &c. i. 319.

Charles I. i: 490, } Johnson's opinion of.

his · Letter on the Affairs of America,'

ii. 165.

Chastity, ii. 31, 569, and see Marriage.

Burke, Mr. jun. ii. 453, 4.

Chatterton's

poems,

Burman, his life by Johnson, i. 77.

Chesterfield, Lord, i. 99, 138, 391, 467; ii. 265,

Burnet's History, i. 392.

289, 438, 524.

Burney, Dr. ii. 277:

his · Letters,' i. 144; ii. 71.

Johnson's letters to him, i. 159, 178, 9,

Johnson's severe letter to him, i.

272 ; ii. 465, 543-5, 554.

141.

Anecdotes of Johnson related by him, Cheyne's English Malady,' ii. 94.

i. 514; ii. 411.

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Children, i. 14, 245, 514; ii. 58, 126.

Burney, Miss, Johnson's praise of her and her Christian religion, evidence of, i. 246; ü. 166,

works, ii. 456, 491.

242.

her imitations of Johnson's style, ii. 564. Churchill's poetry, i. 227.
Burrowes, Reverend Robert, his remarks on Chymistry, i. 494.

and imitations of Johnson's style, ii. 564. Cibber, Colley, i. 94, 217, 320, 423; ii. 85,
Burton's Anatomy of Melancholy,' ii. 23.

163, 468, and see George II.
• Burton's books,' ii. 477:

Theophilus, his • Lives of the Poets,"
Bute, Lord, i. 481, 2; ii. 40, 89, 406.

ii. 59, 62.
Butter, Dr. ii. 150, 570.

Clarendon, Lord, continuation of his History,'

Byng, Admiral, his epitaph, i. 173.

Byng, Hon. John, his Letter to Mr. Malone, Clarke, Dr. his works, ii. 578.

relative to Johnson's death, ii. 579.

Clarke, Richard, Esq. ii. 478.

• Cleone, Dodsley's, ii. 339.

'

« Cleonice,' Hoole's, i. 442.


Clergy The, i. 368, 9, 409, 410, & feq. ii. 133.

C.

235, 240, 373, 4, 381,

Advice to a young clergy man, ii. 323.

CALLIMACHUS, ii. 329.

Clerk, Sir Philip Jennings, ii. 377.

Cambridge University, Johnson's visit to, i. 266. Clive, Lord, ii. 298.
Cameron, Dr. Archibald, i. 77

Clive, Mrs. the actress, ii. 332, 468.
Campbell, Hon. Archibald, 1. 394; ii.

497 Club, Essex-Head, established by Johnson, ii.
Dr. John, i. 226, 394; ii. 198.

his Political Survey,' Coachmakers’-hall debating society, ii. 384, 5-
ii. 26.

Cobb, Mrs. ii. 37, 306.
Dr. Thomas, i. 473, 5, 9.

Cock-lane ghoft, i. 220; ii. 212.
Mungo, ii. 166.

Collections in writing, their use, i. 320.
Camus Melchior, i. 5.03.

Collins, the poet, i. 207.

Capel's Shakspeare, ii. 331.

Colman, George, Esq. i. 461; ii. 100, 334.

Careless, Mrs. ii.

his Letter from Lexiphanes,' il. 562.
33.

Careless Husband, origin of a scene in that compliments, ii. 197.

comedy, i. 94.

Condefcenfion, ii. 44.

Carleton, Captain, his . Memoirs,' ii. 524. Congé d' Elire, ii. 518.

Carlisle, Earl of, his poems, ii. 397.

Congreve, his works, i, 317, 322.

his tragedy, ii. 470.

Congreve, Reverend Mr. i. 13; ii. 33-

Carter, Mrs. i. 71; ii. 491.

Connoisseur,' The, i. 228.
Cator, John, Esq. Johnson's character of him— O'Conor, Charles, Esq. Johnson's letters to, on
and his fine leat, ji. 513.

his Account of Ireland,' i. 177; ii. 113.
Cattle extraordinary, ii. 141;

Controversial writings, ii. 24, 49.

Cave, Mr. Edward, his life by Johnson, i. 138, Convents, i. 277.

and see i.

372 ;

ii.

245.

Conversation, ii. 25, 28, 41, 73, 164, 256, 396,

- Johnson's letters to him, i. 41, 50, 61,

433.

3, 70, 1, 82, 3.

Cook, Capt. ii. 47.

Chamberlayne, Reverend Mr. ii. 498.

Convocation The, of the Clergy, i. 253 ; ii.

Chambers; Sir Robert, i. 432.

492.

Letter from Johnson to him, i. 149.

Coriat Tom. i. 370.

Chapone, Mrs. letter of Johnson to, ii. 470. Cork, Earl of, ii. 163.

Charlemont, Earl of, ii. 376.

Corsican language, i. 315, 16.

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Courtenay, John, Efq. extracts from his poem DodNey, Robert, ii. 26, 62, 339.

on Johnson's character, i. 26, 121, 173, Dominicetti, i. 324.

187, 427; ii. 559.

Dossie, Mr. ii. 334.

Cowley, Johnson's life of, ii. 346.

Douglas, Dr. (Bilhop of Carlisle,) i. 125; ii. 492.

Cowper, Gilbert, i. 344.

Douglas cause, i. 300, 400, 3; ii. 183,

Crabbe, Reverend Mr. his · Village,' ii. 438. Drake, Admiral, his life by Johnson, i. 77, 8.
Croft, Reverend Herbert, ii. 505, 510.

Draughts, the game of, i. 174.

his Life of Young,' ii. 361.

Dreams, ii. 331.

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Cromwell, Oliver, Johnson's design of writing Drummond, Mr. William, Johnson's letters to,

his life, ii. 463.

i. 286, 8,

9:

Croufaz, i. 71, 84.
Cruikshank, Mr. letter of Johnson to, ii. 547. Drunkenness. See Wine.
Cullen, Dr. consulted on Johnson's illness, ii. 482. Dryden, Johnson's life of, ii. 85, 350.
Cumberland, Richard, Esq. ii. 365, 560. Duelling, i. 372, 400; ii. 450.

Du Halde's • Account of China,' i. 302.
Dunbar, Dr. ii. 323.

Duncombe, Mr. ii. 240.

D.

Dundas, Right Hon. Henry, ii. 180.

Dunning, Mr. his high compliment to Johnson,

DALRYMPLE, Sir John, his Memoirs,'

Dyer's · Fleece,' ii. 29.

Davies, Mr. Thomas, character and anecdotes Dyer, Mr. ii. 334.

of, i. 210, 211, 305, 7, 321, 429, 476, 9.;

ii. 63, 186, 201, 460.

Johnfon's kind letters to, ii. 460, 548.

his Memoirs of Garrick,' ii. 322.

E.

Deane's · Future Life of Brutes,' i. 301.

Death, reflections on, i. $20,9; ii. 229, 239, ECCLES, Reverend Mr. i. 195.

456, and see Johnson.

Edinburgh Royal Society Transactions, absurd

Dedications and Prefaces by Johnson, and criticism on Johnson in, ii. 343.

remarks on, i. 85, 94, 9, 138, 174, 194, Education, i. 245, 514; ii. 21, 50, 154. 189,
8, 9, 208, 272, 3, 285, 297, 389, 399; 269, 289, 512:
ii. 109, 114, 559.

Edwards, Reverend Dr. letter of Johnson to,
Defoe, Daniel, ii. 212.
Delaney's Observations on Swift,' ii. 202.

Mr. (Johnson's fellow collegian) anec-

Dempster, George, Esq. i. 236, 451.

dotes of, ii. 234, 382.

Dennis, John, ij. 64.

Eglintoune, Alexander, Earl of, i. 307 ; ii. 166.
Derby, some particulars as to, ii. 150.

Egotism, ii. 246, 313.

Derrick, i. 213, 247, 8; ii. 460.

Elibank, Lord, ii. 56.

Desmoulins, Mrs. ii. 186.

Eliot, Mr. of Port-Eliot, (now Lord,) ii. 376.
Devaynes, Mr. ii. 489.

his politeness to Johnson, ii. 524.
Devil, his influence upon the souls of men, Ellis, Mr. John, anecdotes of, ii. 54.

Elphinstone, his edition of · The Rambler,'

'
Devonshire, Duke of, ii. 165; and Duchess,

Letters from Johnson to him, i. 114,

Dick, Sir Alexander, his letters to and concern- 115.

ing Johnson, ii. 104, 125, 480.

Elwal, the enthusiast, i. 363.

• Dictionary of the English Language,' Johnson's, Emigration, ii. 191.
i. 98, 9, 101, &c. 358, 389; ii. 301, 330. Entails, ii. 3, & feq. 9, 16, 18.
First published, i. 162.

Johnfon's letters on, ii. 4, 7.
Epitome of, i. 168.

Epilogue to · The Distrest Mother,

Garrick's Epigram on, i. 166. Episcopacy, ii. 280, 492, 518.

Dilly, Messieurs, ii. 80, 111,400, 9.

Epitaphs, i. 514 ; ii. 450, 566.
letters of Johnson to, ii. 123, 477.

Erskine, Hon. Thomas, i. 369, 370.
Dodd, Reverend Dr. ii. 118, 19, 144, 152, Eumelian club, ii. 567.

Exhibition of paintings, i. 197.

201, 214, 221.

Johnson's affiftance to him, ii. 119, 124,

134, 512.

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Garrick, Peter, i. 457 ; ii. 34, 7, 306.

Mrs. ii. 386.
FABLE, ketch of one by Johnson, i. 40+

Gastrel, Mrs. ii. 39, 40, 306.
Falconer, Reverend Mr. ii. 280.

General warrants, i. 310.
Falkland's islands, i. 345.

Gentility, i. 268, 474.
Fame, i. 245 ; ii. 210, 258, 491.

Gentleman, Mr. Francis, i. 208.
Farmer, Reverend Dr. letters from Johnson to, Gentleman's Magazine, i. 56, &c.
i. 334; ii. 317
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King George 1. i. 474.
Favours, unreasonable, i. 200.

II. i.

77, 8, 94, 474. Females, of their succession to land, ii. 3, 9, 39.

III. his accession and character, Fergusson, Sir Adam, i. 367.

i. 204; ii. 319. Fergusson, the astronomer, i. 324.

Johnson's interview with, i. 291.
Feudal system, i. 371, 387, 423 ; ii. 3, &c. 15, Ghosts, i. 219, 363, 372'; ii. 190, 231, 294,

384.
209, 210.
Fielding's works, i. 299, 369; ü. 66.

fome stories as to, i. 371, 4; ii. 231, Fingal. -See Ollian.

263. Fitzherbert, Mr. ii. 141.

Gibbon, Edward, Esq. i. 478, 488; ii. 372. Flatman's poems, ii. 59.

his imitation of Johnson's style, ii. 563. Flint, Bet, anecdotes of, ii. 390.

Gillespie, Dr.' consulted on Johnson's illness,
Flood, Right Hon. Henry, his epitaph on
Johnson, ii. 582.

Glow-worm, Johnson's fable of, i. 404.
Floyer, Sir John, anecdotes of, ii. 485. Gluttony, i. 255;
Foote, Samuel, anecdotes and character of, Goldsmith, Dr. Oliver, character of, i. 223,& feq.
i. 321, 2, 3, 357 ; ii. 19, 83, 4, 163, 4,

anecdotes of, i. 225, 230, 296, 316, 456, 491.

374, 390, 4, 8, 9, 418, 420, 1, 2; ii. 63, Forbes, Sir William, ii. 176.

244, 283, 397, 438. Ford, Parson, ii. 263.

his death, i. 436. Fox, Right Hon. C. J. ii. 212, 433, 502.

Johnson's epitaphs on him, ii. 91, 3. France, Johnson's visit to, i. 498, 9.

his bon mots on Johnson, i. 307, 404, 7; his Journal there, i. 501, & feq. Francis's Horace, ii. 267.

Johnson's opinion of him and his Franklin, Rev. Dr. his · Demonax,' ii. 344. works, i. 221, 275, 6, 297, 9, 377, 382, Frer-cı language, Johnson's knowledge of, i. 314, 390, 3, 4, 403, 5, 6, 437, 484; ii. 62, $12.

253, 200, 3, 214, 293, 341.
French, their manners and writings, i. 342; Gordon, Lord George, ii. 317, 380.
ii. 265, 464

Gower, Earl, his letter to Swift, i. 67.
Frederick 111.' his life by Johnson, i. 169. Graham, Lord, ii. 287, 394.
Friends and Friendship, i. 84, 165, 373; ii. 195, Grainger, Dr. his Sugar Cane,' ii. 29.
226, 289.

his · Ode on Solitude,' ii. 171. departed, i. 115; ii. 132, 239, 312, Grammar-school, Johnson's plan of, i. 46. 325

Granger, Reverend Mr. his • Biograpical DicFuture itate of man, ii. 173, 225, 450.

tionary,' ii. 97. Granville, Lord, anecdote of, ii. 335. Gray's poetry, i. 218, 466, 471 ; ii. 59, 63,

335, 425. G.

Green, Mr. of Lichfield, his museum, ii. 36, GAMING, i. 370; ii. 55. , i,

Letter from Johnson to him, ii. 566..
Ganganelli's Letters,' ii. 224.

Greenwich hospital, i. 250.
Gardiner, Mrs. ii. 469.

Greville, Richard Fulke, Esq. his • Maxims,'
Garrick, David, anecdotes of, i. 44, 8, 90, 8,

&c. ii. 507. 166, 262, 314, 403 ; ii. 35, 207, 8, 211, Grey, Dr. i. 510. 386, 456.

Grief, ii. 132. his Shakspeare-Jubilee, i. 308.

Grierfon, Mr. i. 336. Johnson's opinion of him, i. 215, 320, De Groot, a descendant of Grotius, iï. 123. 380, 401, 464 ; ii. 21, 61, 70, 84, 163, Guthrie, William, i. 58, 300. 210, 289, 332, 7, 468.

Gwyn, Mr. the architect, ii. 21. his death, ii, 280,

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History and Historians, reflections on, i, 237,
HABEAS CORPUS, i. 311.

314, 381, 397, 406, 487; ii. 51, 302.

Hackman, Reverend Mr. ii. 287.

Hogarth, i. 77:

Hailes, Lord, his and Johnson's opinion of each Hollis, Mr. Thomas, ii. 387.

other, i. 235, 245

Home, Mr. John, his parody on Derrick, i. 248.

his · Annals ot Scotland,' i. 435, 7, 8,

his proposed history of the rising in 1745.

9, 445, 470, 496, 7, 8, 9, 576; ii. 1, 10,

74, 119, 272, 281, 302.

Homer, Johnson's translations from, i. 18.

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his opinion on entails, ii. 7.

critiques on the merits of that poet,

Hale, Lord Chief Justice, anecdote of, ii

. 51l. Hoole, John, Elq." his . Taso,' i. 208.

251, 3.

Hales, venerable John, his works, ii. 514.

Hall, General, his politeness to Johnson at

his « Cleonice,' i. 442.

Warley camp, ii. 274.

Letters of Johnson to him, 542, 3,

Hamilton, Rt. Hon. William Gerard, his kind Hoole, John, Esq. his attention to Johnson

offers to Johnson, ii. 469.

during his last illness, ii. 575.

Letters of Johnson to, ii. 469, 54h. Hope, Dr. consulted on Johnson's illness, i.

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Hamilton's poems, ii. 142.

482.

Hanway, Mr. Jonas, i. 172, 341.

Horace, Johnson's translations from, i. 19.

i

Happiness, i. 276: ii. 71, 225.- See Life.

criticism on a passage in that Latin poet,

Harleian miscellany, i. 94.

ii. 86.

Harris, James, Esq. ii. 199, 207.

Horne, Reverend Dr. ii. 25, 583.

Harte's . History of Guftavus,' i. 339; ii. 376. Horne Tooke, Mr. ii. 266.
Harvey, Hon. Thomas, i. 291.

Hospitality, ii. 338, 455.
Harvey, Henry, i. 50.

Houghton gallery, ii. 525.

Hastie. See Schoolmaster.

House of Commons, ii. 187, 192, 303, 4, 373,

Hastings, Warren, Esq. character of, ii. 365. 391, 504
Letter from him to the authour, ii. 366.

Peers, ii. 261.
Letters of Johnson to, ii. 367, 9, 370. Huggins, Mr. ii. 332.

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Hawkesbury, Lord, Johnson's letter to, relative Hume, David, his style, i. 238.

to Dr. Dodd, ii. 138.

his scepticism, i. 241, 276; ii. 24, 143.

Hawkesworth, Dr. i. 102.

his • Life,' ii. 118.

his Voyages,' i. 414.

Humphry, Ozias, Esq. antiquity of his family,

Hawkins, Sir John, remarks on his life of and letters of Johnson to, ii. 486, 7.

Johnson, i, 2, 102.

Hunter, Mr. i, 13, 14;

circumstances as to Johnson related by Hurd, Dr. (Bishop of Worcester,) ii. 86, 500.

him.contradi&ted or explained, i. 64, 74, Hussey, Reverend Mr. John, i. 279.

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87, 103, 110, 112, 126, 7, 130, 159, 170,

Dr. Thomas, ii.
184, 225, 262, 290, 7; ü. 521, 551, 567,
570, 5.

quits the Literary Club, i. 262.
Hawkins, Mr. i. 13,

I. and J.

Hay, Lord Charles, ii. 48, 341.

Heberden, Dr. his kind attendance on Johnson, JAMES, Dr. his • Medical Dictionary,' i. 85;
ii. 460, 481, 57c.

ii. 55:

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Hebrides, Johnson's wish to visit, i. 244, 252, his death, ii. 45, and see ji. 59.

300, 349, 354, 387, 404, 424.

• Idler,' Johnson's, i, 181, 3, 7-

Johnson's tour to them, i. 427. Jennyns, Soame, Esq. his Origin of Evil,'
Johnson's published • Account of his

i. 173
Journey,' i. 436, 9, 441, 3, 450, 3, 4, 7, - his · Evidence of the Christian Religion,'
486 ; ii. 104, 157, 233, 247.

ii. 226.

Hector, Mr. i. 17; 1i. 30, 1, 412, 488, 553. India, of the government in, ii. 451.

Letters from Johnson to, ii. 420, 1, Infidelity, i. 315, 484; ii. 72, 118, 304, 498.

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554.

Influenza, ii, 1.
Heely, Mr. and Mrs. i. 289; ii. 550.

Inns, ii, 28.

Henderson, Mr. John, ii. 505.

Inquifition, i. 254.

Hermippus Redivivus,' Campbell's, i. 2 26. Johnson, Michael, (father of Dr. Johnson,)
Highwaymen, ii. 196.

anccdotes of, i. 8, f.-His death, i. 35.

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Johnson, his Will and Codicil, ii. 572.-Re-
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his MS. account of his own life,

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touched by Queen Anne for the evil,

ii. 575

his death, ii. 579.-His funeral, 581,

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his peculiarities of person and manner,
i. 12, 76, 264, & feq. 465, 8; ii. 371.

general traits of his character and mode
of living, i. 27, 49, 50, 251, 338, & feq.
424, 441, 9, 483; ii. 101, 167, 171, 238,
252, 5, 336, 340, 351, 360, 395, 463, 43
5, 516. 19, 560, 7, 8.

his early, habitual, and systematick
piety, i. 9, 29, 257, 263, 296, 310, 333,
349, 379, 393, 441, 481, 4; ii. 56, 96,
101, 232, 240, 285, 373, 382, 411, 457,
463, 472, 487, 8, 550, 4, 569, 577, 8.

his superstition, i. 26+, 503.

his aweful dread of death, i. 320, 9,
341, 449; ii. 143,.6, 229; 479, 487, 492,
3, 505, 567.

his general tenderness of nature, hu-
manity, and affability, i. 36, 222, 244,
289, 296, 307, 330, 451; ii. 35, 90, 122,
148,186, 256, 473, 488, 592, 5, 517, 520,
550.

his warm and sometimes violent man-
ner,

i. 324, 340, &c. ii. 56, 227, 241, 255,
260, 288, 396, 436, 490, 525.

his occasional jocularity, i. 423, 486,.
494 ; ii. 30, 142, 7, 343, 377,

his inviolable regard to truth, i. 237,
414;

ii.

19, 189, 190, 8, 229, 353, 472.

his respect for birth and family, i. 243,
356, 371, 423, 466 ; ii. 125, 266, 397.

his love of good eating, i. 255; ii. 83,-.
164, 223, 383.

his political character and opinions,
i. 170, 230, 4, 253, 304, 332, 7, 9, 344,
5, 359, 367, 382, 396, 8, 461, 474, 8, .
481, 9; ii. 67, 145, 175, 222, 7, 241, 8,
267, 373, ?, 388, 399, 415, 432, 5, 6, 8,
454, 483, 4.

and pamphlets, i. 74, 332,-
345, 353, 440, 458, 460, 471.-(For his
other works see their several titles.)

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goes to school at Lichfield, i. 13.-
Stourbridge, 16.

enters at Pembroke College, Oxon,

1. 24.

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i. 155

leaves College, i. 34.

becomes usher to Market - Bosworth
school, i. 37

removes to Birmingham, i. 38.
marries Mrs. Porter, i. 44.
opens an academy at Edial, ib.
goes to London, (with Garrick,) i. 48.

a writer in • The Gentleman's Maga-
zine,' i. 56, &c.

endeavours to obtain the degree of
A. M. i. 67.

bis distreft circumstances and filial
piety, i. 86, 88.

loses his wife, 127_his grief on that
occafion, ib. 505; ii. 536, 566.-Com-
poses her funeral sermon, i. 131.
visits Oxford in

1754, i. 146; and
again i. 298, 308 ; ii. 21, 495, 553.

obtains his degree of A. M. from that
University, i. 150, 2, 3.-His letters on
that occurrence, i. 150,4,5.--The diploma,

declines taking Holy Orders, i. 176.
loses his mother, i. 184.

obtains a pension of 300l. a year,
i. 204, & leg.

visits Cambridge, i. 266.

created LL.D. by Trinity College,
Dublin, i. 272.

by Oxford University,
i. 468, 9.

his interview with The King, i. 291.

appointed Professor of Ancient Lite-
rature in The Royal Academy, i. 368.

endeavour to get him into parliament,
i. 346, & feq.

visits the Hebrides, i. 426. - See
Hebrides.

Wales, i. 439.

France, i. 498, 9.-His account
of it, i. 511, 512.

his various places of residence, ii 302.

his long illness and gradual decline,
ii. 412, &c. His various disorders, ii. 458,
462, 5, 476, 9, 482, 4, & seq.-Medical
opinions on his case, ii. 480, 1, 2,

his proposed tour to Italy for his
health, ii. 520, 5, 6, 534.

progress of his dissolution, ii. 567, to
the end,

-- catalogue of works proposed to be
executed by him, ii. 557:

stories to his prejudice refuted, ii..170,
434, (and fee Hawkins and Piozzi).

various portraits of him, ii. 591.

his general character by the Authour, -
ii. 582.
* Johnsoniana,' collection so called, ii, 18.

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