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  • The XII. wonders of the vvorld [electronic resource] : Set and composed for the violl de gambo, the lute, and the voyce to sing the verse, all three ioyntly, and none seuerall: also lessons for the lute and base violl to play alone: with some lessons to play lyra-wayes alone, or if you will, to fill vp the parts, with another violl set lute-way. Newly composed by Iohn Maynard, lutenist at the most famouse schoole of St. Iulians in Hartfordshire.

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    • London : Printed by Thomas Snodham for Iohn Browne, and are to be solde at his shop in Saint Dunstones Church-yard in Fleetstreete, 1611.
    • 1611
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  • The first booke of ayres. Or Little short songs, to sing and play to the lute, with the base viole [electronic resource] : Newly published by Thomas Morley Bachiler of Musicke, and one of the gent. of her Maiesties Royall Chappel.

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    • Imprinted at London : In litle S. Helen's by [H. Ballard for] VVilliam Barley, the assigne of Thomas Morley, and are to be sold at his house in Gracious streete, 1600.
    • 1600
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  • The first booke of ayres of foure parts [electronic resource] : with tableture for the lute: so made, that all the parts may be plaide together with the lute, or one voyce with the lute and base-vyoll. Composed by Iohn Attey Gentleman, and practitioner in musicke.

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    • London : Printed by Thomas Snodham, 1622. Cum priuilegio.
    • 1622
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  • The garland of good-will [electronic resource] : divided into three parts : containing many pleasant songs, and pretty poems to sundry notes : with a table to find the names of the songs / written by T.D.

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    • London : Printed by Fr. Clark for George Conyers, 1688.
    • 1688
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  • The garland of good-will [electronic resource] : divided into three parts : containing many pleasant songs and poems : with a table ... / T.D.

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    • London : Printed for G. Conyers, [1700]
    • 1700
    • 1 resource

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  • The garland of good-will [electronic resource] : divided into three parts : containing many pleasant songs, and pretty poems to sundry notes : with a table to find the names of all the songs / written by T.D.

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    • London : Printed by J. Millet for T. Passenger ..., and J. Deacon ..., 1685.
    • 1685
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  • The golden garland of most delightful mirth and merriment [electronic resource] : [Illegible] variety of excellent new songs. This may be printed R.F.

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    • [London] : Printed for J. Blare, on London-Bridge, [1690]
    • 1690
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  • Thesaurus musicus [electronic resource] : being, a collection of the newest songs performed at Their Majesties theatres; and at the consorts in Viller-street in York-buildings, and in Charles-street Covent-Garden. Most of the songs being within the compass of the flute. With a thorow-bass to each song, for the harpsichord, theorbo, or bass-viol. To which is annexed, a collection of airs, composed for two flutes, by several masters. The second book. Licensed according to order.

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    • London : printed by J. Heptinstall for Henry Playford, and are to be sold at his shop near the Temple-Church; and John Money, stationer, at the Mitre in Mitre-Court in Fleetstreet. And at most musick-shops in town, 1694.
    • 1694
    • 1 resource

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  • The Protestant garland of joy and delight [electronic resource] : compos'd of nine pleasant new songs upon this late and prosperous change. Licensed according to order.

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    • [London?] : Printed for W. T[hackeray], 1689.
    • 1689
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  • The dialogue in the last opera, call'd the Fairy Queen [electronic resource]

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    • [London : s.n., 1692]
    • 1692
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  • Thesaurus musicus [electronic resource] : being, a collection of the newest songs performed at Their Majesties theatres; and at the consorts in Viller-street in York-buildings, and in Charles-street Covent-Garden. With a thorow-bass to each song, for the harpsichord, theorbo, or bass-viol. To which is annexed, a collection of airs, composed for two flutes, by several masters. The third book. Licensed according to order.

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    • London : printed by J. Heptinstall for John Hudgebutt. And are to be sold by John Carr, at his shop near the Middle-Temple-Gate in Fleetstreet, and John Money, at the Mitre in Mitre Court in Fleetstreet, where masters and shopkeepers may have them. And at most musick-shops in town. Price one shilling sixpence, 1695.
    • 1695
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  • Thesaurus musicus [electronic resource] : being, a collection of the newest songs performed at Their Majesties theatres; and at the consorts in Viller-street in York-buildings, and in Charles-street Covent-Garden. With a thorow-bass to each song for the harpsichord, theorbo, or bass-viol. To which is annexed a collection of airs, composed for two flutes, by several masters. The first book.

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    • London : printed by J. Heptinstall for John Hudgbut. And are to be sold by John Carr, at the Middle-Temple Gate in Fleetstreet, and John Money, stationer at the Miter in Miter Court in Fleet-street. And at most musick-shops in town, 1693.
    • 1693
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  • The apothecary in the sheet, [electronic resource] : or Ad---m's repentance, truely delineated by D. M.

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    • [Dublin, 1726]
    • 1726
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  • The political mirror, [electronic resource] : Being parodies on the songs of the poor soldier. By Scriblerius Murtough O'pindar, author of the cries of blood, the nettle, the beggar's opera, &c. &c. and poet laurdat to His Excellency the Marquis of Grimbaldo, governor of Barataria.

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    • Dublin printed : And sold by the principal booksellers, 1789.
    • 1789
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  • The Jolly toper. A bacchanalian song [electronic resource].

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    • [Salisbury] : Fowler, printer, salisbury, [1785?]
    • 1785
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  • The junction of Bacchus and Venus. Sung by Mr. Darly, at Vauxhall. By Thomas Clio Rickman [electronic resource].

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    • [Salisbury : Printed by John Fowler, 1785?]
    • 1785
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  • To-day. A bacchanalian song. ... [electronic resource].

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    • [Salisbury : Printed by John Fowler, 1785?]
    • 1785
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  • The second subscription concert at Chapel-Field House, Jan.11th. 1793 [electronic resource].

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    • [Norwich] : Printed by Yarington and Bacon, [1793]
    • 1793
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  • The vocal enchantress presenting an elegant selection of the most favourite hunting, sea, love, & miscellaneous songs, [electronic resource] : sung by Edwin, Bannister, Webster, Mrs. Cargill, Mrs. Kennedy, Mrs. Wrighten, &c. &c. &c. with the music prefixed to each.

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    • London : printed for J. Fielding, No. 23, Pater noster Row, [1783]
    • 1783
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  • The songster's delight, being a choice collection of songs [electronic resource] : Containing, My Nammie O. Bonny Jean of Aberdeen. The Dutchess of Newcastle's lamentation[.] The London merchant[.].

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    • [Aberdeen] : Chalmers & Co. printers, Aberdeen, [1800?]
    • 1800
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  • The Wreath. [electronic resource] : A curious collection of above two hundred new songs, including those of the bottle, hunting, mirth and jollity, with all those sung by the most eminent performers, at Vauxhall, Ranelaugh, Marybon, Cuper's-gardens, and all publick places of diversion, few of which are to be found in any other collection yet published. With an alphabetical contents, for the more ready finding out each song.

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    • London : Printed and sold by H. Slater, at the Circulating-Library, Clare-Court, Drury-Lane; W. Heard, at the Philobiblians Library, near St. James's Piccadilly; R. Richards, in Holborn; and J. Warcus, opposite the Mansion-House, near the Poultry, 1755.
    • 1755
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  • The Haughs of cromdale, [electronic resource] : A memorable battle fought by the great Montrose, and clans, against Oliver Cromwell. The mountains high. The banks of a river. A new love song.

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    • [Edinburgh? : s.n.], Printed in the year 1795.
    • 1795
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  • The Loyal miscellany [electronic resource] : A choice collection of constitutional songs, sung at the Ancreontic Society, Uttoxeter, and other public places, ---1793....

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    • Uttoxeter : Printed and sold by R. Richards, [1793]
    • 1793
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  • The Loyal English-Man's garland, [electronic resource] : Containing three new songs. 1. The loyal English-man, or Britain's glory in the chovce of a new Parliament. 2. The Catholick b[r]other. 3. Win at first and loose at last: or, A new game at cards. Licensed according to order.

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    • [London] : Printed for T. Norris, at the Sign of the Looking-glass on Londonbridge, [1720?]
    • 1720
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  • The Melancholly virgin's garland [electronic resource] : Compos'd of five new play-house songs. Song I. The melancholly virgin: or, The young lady distracted for the death of her lover. Song II. A song sung in the play of hero and leander. Song III. Dick and Margery a thrashing of wheat in the barn: or, There is no defence against a flail Song IV. Liberia, or, The happy lover's wish. Song V. The fond lover's friendly advice. Licensed according to order.

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    • [London] : Printed for C. Bates, at the Sun and Bible ... in pye-corner, [1710?]
    • 1710
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  • The Maid milking her Cow. [electronic resource] : To which are added, A song by general wolf. The loving and united valentine. Louisa the fair.

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    • Glasgow : Printed by J. & M. Robertson Saltmarket, 1800.
    • 1800
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  • The Maiden's choice. [electronic resource] : To which are added, the lady who fell in love with a 'prentice-boy. One bottle more. The disconsolate sailor. A love song. 'Stick a pin there. Entered according to order.

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    • [Glasgow? : s.n., 1770?]
    • 1770
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  • The Scots blackbird, [electronic resource] : Containing, one hundred and seven songs, both Scots and English. To which is added, the songs in love in a village, and the maid of the mill.

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    • Aberdeen : Printed by J. Chalmers: for William Coke, bookseller in Leith, MDCCLXVI. [1766]
    • 1766
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  • Three excellent new songs, called, I. John the handsome cobler. II. A favourite love song. III. The betray'd maid [electronic resource].

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    • Falkirk : Printed and sold by Patrick Mair, at his New Printing-Office, in the High-Street, opposite to the Cross-Well.-Where great variety of pamphlets and ballads may be had in wholesale and retail very cheap, [1785?]
    • 1785
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  • Three excellent new songs, viz. I. John of badenyon, II. The cruizing sailor, III. Nancy Dawson [electronic resource].

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    • Falkirk : Printed by Patrick Mair, at the New Printing-Office, for Stirling-shire, in the High-Street, opposite to the Cross-Well, where variety of pamphlets are sold very cheap, M.DCC.LXXXIV. [1784]
    • 1784
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  • Three excellent new songs. [electronic resource] : I. A memorable battle fought by the Great Montrose and the clans against Oliver Cromwell upon the haughs of Cromdel. II. The injured lover. II. [sic] Jamie Gay.

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    • [Glasgow? : s.n.], Printed in the year 1796.
    • 1796
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  • Three excellent new songs [electronic resource] : [I.] The vanity of all ranks; or, The pilgirm in his poverty. II. Katherine Ogie. III. The modern marriage question. Entered according to order.

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    • [London? : s.n., 1775?]
    • 1775
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  • Three excellent. New songs I. The Yorkshire bite. II. The poor man's advice III. The London flower [electronic resource].

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    • [London? : s.n., 1775?]
    • 1775
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  • Three excellent new songs, [electronic resource] : entituled I. The bony Highland lad. II. My deary, if thou die. III. A new love song. Entered according to order.

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    • [London? : s.n., 1775?]
    • 1775
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  • Three excellent new songs, [electronic resource] : entituled, I. The Irishman's ramble; or, drunk at night and dry in the morning. II. Peggy Bawn. III. The answer to Peggy Bawn.

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    • [Glasgow? : s.n.], Printed in August 1784.
    • 1784
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  • Two excellent new songs, viz. I. Love in a barn: or the London Lord trick'd, II. The Highland Queen [electronic resource].

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    • Falkirk : Printed and sold by Patrick Mair, at his New Printing-Office, in the High-Street, opposite to the Cross-Well, 1784.
    • 1784
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  • The Yorkshire garland. [electronic resource] : Being a curious collection of old and new songs concerning that famous county. Part I.

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    • York : printed for N. Frobisher; and sold by J. Langdale, Northallerton, M DCC LXXXVIII. [1788]
    • 1788
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  • The London's looking glass garland. [electronic resource] : Containing two excellent new songs. Song I. The present sinful times wherein young and old, rich and poor (without flattery) may exactly see their own picture, being a true discriiption of the vice and vanity of this age. Song II. The sailor's frolick with a farmer's wife near Portsmouth.

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    • [London?] : Licensed and entered according to order, [1750?]
    • 1750
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  • The Unfaithful lovers garland in four parts. [electronic resource] : Part I. Of the courtship between a young man in Barton, and a young woman in Whittingham near Preston, in Lancashire, and how they had agreed to be published in the church. [P]art II. How the consented to lye with him several nights, wherein the expressed abundance of satisfaction and delight. Part III. How after he had lain with her, she was married to another man, to his great content. Part IV. A vindication of the young man, a warning to all others to beware of such women. Song V. The mistaken-maid.

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    • [London? : s.n., 1750?]
    • 1750
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  • The Seven champions of the stage [electronic resource] : In imitation of Gill Morice. An excellent new old fashioned song. All to the melancholy tune of Gill Morice, except the 17th, 18th, and 19th stanzas, which ought to be sung to the merry tune of the C-s, are coming, O ho[.].

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    • [Edinburgh? : s.n., 1758?]
    • 1758
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  • Two excellent new songs. Entituled. I. The virtues, tobacco. delineated by a lover of that plant, and dedicated to all in Britain, who makes use of the same. II. Advice to Scots-lads and lasses in order that they may carry well in single life and be happy in a married one. Licensed and entered according to order [electronic resource].

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    • [Edinburgh? : s.b., 1775?]
    • 1775
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  • Two excellent new songs. I. A dialogue between Kate and Meg concerning the hard times. II. The old man's advice to the unmarried. Entered according to order [electronic resource].

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    • [London? : s.n., 1750?]
    • 1750
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  • Two excellent new songs. I. A new song called the banks of Clyde, II. Low down in the Broom. Entered according to order [electronic resource].

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    • [London? : s.n., 1760?]
    • 1760
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  • Two excellent new songs. I. Nae luck about the house when our goodman's awa." II. Nae luck about the house when our goodwife's awa." Entered according to order [electronic resource].

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    • [Edinburgh? : s.n., 1775?]
    • 1775
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  • Two excellent new songs. I. The battle of the Boyn; or K. William crossing the Boyn-water. Giving a full description of that bloody fight, fought on the first of July. 1690. [II]. The London prentice; or, the wanton Mistress [electronic resource].

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    • [Glasgow : s.n.], Printed in Decembe, 1782.
    • 1782
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  • Two excellent new, songs. I. The comical Lilliputian wedding, between Totham Fog, and his hump hacked bride. The hight of both wife and man, is but six quarters and a span. The sporting ladies [electronic resource].

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    • [Edinburgh? : s.n., 1765?]
    • 1765
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  • Two excellent new songs, I. The Perth-shire tragedy. II. A dialogue between the De'il and Malloch Gauger [electronic resource].

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    • [Edinburgh? : s.n., 1750?]
    • 1750
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  • Two excellent new songs. I. The sailor and the merchant's daughter. II. M' Kellers farewel to Glasgow, or the B ankiers rant. Enter'd according to order [electronic resource].

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    • [Glasgow? : s.n., 1765?]
    • 1765
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  • Two excellent [blank] I. The sorrowful lamentaion, of Snuffie eppy, for the double dearth of snuff and tobacco. II. Sir James the Rose. Entered according to order [electronic resource].

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    • [London? : s.n., 1775?]
    • 1775
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  • Two excellent new songs I. The two babes in the wood. II. The choice properties of wife. Entered according to order [electronic resource].

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    • [London? : s.n., 1775?]
    • 1775
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