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Nathaniel Overbury Jr Will Woolstapler of Tetbury, Gloucestershire; PROB 11/1397/322Woolstapler of Tetbury, Gloucestershire; PROB 11/1397/322 Will signed ‎25 aug 1803 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England, In the name of God Amen I Nathaniel Overbury of Tetbury in the county of Gloucester woolstapler so make public and declare this to be my last will and testament. I in mouth[?] or and form[?]following, that is to say whereas there is in the hands of Anthony Ruper the sum of six hundred pounds left my wife by her father Anthony Roper the interest of which is and has been paid to her and the principal ?????? to be equally divided among our children which I thereby will accordingly and whereas and is and by virtue of certain articles made on the marriage of my present wife she is entitled to for her life to the interest of the sum of one thousand pounds to be rose and paid out of my effects now. I do hereby give her the said interest accordingly and in addition to which I also give unto her for her life the interest of the further sum of five hundred pounds to be rose at the same point and in like manner out of my effects with interest on both the said several sums that shall be computed at and after the rate of five pounds per centium per annum and subject to such interest I give and bequeath unto the said several principal sums of one thousand pounds and five hundred pounds making together one thousand and five hundred pounds unto and equally amongst my three daughters Margaret, Mary and Hannah to be equally divided between them share and share alike. Here I give and bequeath unto my son Thomas the sum of three hundred pounds and also the two hundred pounds which I have his note for. I also give to his present children now born to be said at their respective ages of twenty one years the sum of twenty pounds apart and in case any or other of them should die before attaining such age the share of such child so dying to go to and be paid to the survivors or survivor of their attaining such age. Here I give unto my son Anthony the sum of one thousand pounds over and above the sum of two thousand pounds as is entitled to one of our copartnership and I also give and bequeath unto him my said son authority over and above the said two several sums all the profits he is or may be entitled to from our joint trade unto or our a??????y copartnership. Here I give and bequeath unto my daughter Margaret the sum of two thousand and five hundred pound. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Mary the further sum of one thousand pounds and to her present daughter twenty pounds to be paid to such daughter on her attainment of twenty one years of age. Here I give unto my daughter Hannah the further sum of two thousand and five hundred pounds. Here I give and bequeath unto my son Joseph the sum of three thousand pounds. Here I give and bequeath unto my son Benjamin the sum of five hundred pounds for which I have a bond which I direct to be cancelled and delivered up to him without any interest being removed for the same which I hereby give unto him accordingly. Here I also give unto my said son Benjamin the further sum of five hundred pounds. Here I give and bequeath also unto his present children now born to be paid at their respective ages of twenty one years the sum of twenty pounds apart and in case any or either of them should die before attaining such age the share of such child or children so dying shall go to and belong to the survivors and survivor of them attaining with age. Here I also give and bequeath unto my said son Thomas Overbury the further sum of seven hundred Guineas the purchase money I paid for the Messuage or Tenement, Garden and premises lately belonging to William Byarn situated in the Long Street of Tetbury aforesaid and now occupied by my son Anthony tobe accepted and taken by him my said son Thomas in lieu and full satisfaction of and for any future claims of demands which he may have or make as heir of Law or otherwise in or to the same premises and upon condition also that he releases all such future claim or demand, if any such he can have or make, in and to the same premises unto my Executrix and Executors hereinafter named but in case he my said son Thomas shall choose to accept and take the said sum of Seven Hundred Guineas in manner aforesaid. Then I will and devise that the said sum of seven hundred guineas shall sink into and form part of the residual of my estate hereinafter given and in that case I hereby give, devise and bequeath the said Messuage or Tenement, except all fixtures and sorting boards and other utensils in trade in and about the same, garden and premises unto my said son Thomas Overbury his sons and assigns forever but in case my said son Thomas Overbury shall accept, take or receive the said sum of seven hundred guineas so given unto him as aforesaid then I give, devise and bequeath the said Messuage or Tenement, garden and premises with the appurtenants unto my wife Mary for and during the term of her natural life and from and immediately after her decease I give and devise the same Messuage or Tenement garden and premises with the appurtenances unto my two sons Anthony and Joseph their sons and assigns forever as joint tenants and not as coranking ??????. I also give and devise unto them my said two sons Anthony and Joseph their sons and assigns as joint but not as tenants in ?????? all that my other Messuage warehouses, wool, Softs, and other my premises with the appurtenants situated in the long street of Tetbury aforesaid to and for their own in use and benefit and it is my gr???? and will and, so hereby share the same to be that in case either of my children, except my daughters to whom I have given the said sum of two thousand pounds under my marriage articles, whom becoming entitled to either of their said respective Logaries hereinbefore by me give shall refuse to release and exonerate my Estate and effects of and from all or any share interest of claim under or by virtue of such marriage articles in or to the said one thousand pounds then I will and ?????? of that out of the Logaries or ????s hereinbefore by me given to such of my said children who shall so refuse there shall be submitted and taken thereout so much of the said principal sum of one thousand pounds as the share therein of such c?i?s so refusing will amount unto in order to supply and make good anyS?????nry in that respect to either of my said daughters and so hereby s??? the Logaries by me hereinbefore given, to ???uth no time is fixed for the payment, to be paid at the end of twelve months next after my decease. Here I give and bequeath unto my said wife all my plate of what sort sou??? for her own use and benefit. Here I give and bequeath unto my said wife and three daughters all my household goods and furniture, linen, books, bedding and china belonging to the house wherein I reside to and for their own use and benefit. Here I give to by son Anthony my cropped horse with saddles and bridles and as to all the rest, residue and remainder, of my Estate and effects both real and personal stock in trade with the implements and utensils thereof and all my Maundy Money, servitudes for Money book debts Cattle D???, wines, liquors and all other my personal estate and effects whatsoever and wheresoever and what mature or finish, over I give and bequeath unto the same and every partthereof unto and equally amongst my said wife Mary and my said two sons Anthony and Joseph their D??? executors and administrators and I so hereby appoint them my said wife Mary and my said two sons Anthony and Joseph joint executrix and executors of this my will for witness which I have my hand to the first sheet and my hand and seal to this second and last sheet this twenty fourth day of February one thousand eight hundred and three Nathaniel Overbury, signed Valid, published and sweared by this said Nathaniel Overbury the testator as and for this last will and testament in the presence of us ????? at his ????? in this presence and in the presence of each other have subscribed out names as whisper the words “from give unto my said son Benjamin the further sum of five hundred pounds being first underlined in the first sheet. Francis Vanstorn, William Poole, servants to Testator, John Letall city Tetbury. This Will was proved at London the twenty fifth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and three before the Right Honorable Sir William Wynne knight of Daws Master keeper ofcommissary of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury as lawfully constituted by the oaths of Anthony Overbury and Joseph Overbury the sons of the deceased and too of the Executors named in the said willto whom administration was granted of all and singular goods, chattels and cr??? Of the said deceased having been first sworn by the Commission duly to administer power reserved of making the like grant to Mary Overbury widow the ???? of the said deceased and the other Executor named in the said will ???? she shall apply for the same.
Nathaniel Overbury Sr Will Grocer of Tetbury, Gloucestershire; PROB 11/929/348Grocer of Tetbury, Gloucestershire; PROB 11/929/348 Will signed ‎13 jun 1767 London, England, In the Name of God Amen I Nathaniel Overbury the elder of Tetbury in the County of Gloucester North being sick and weak in body but of a sound DISPAIRING mind, memory and understanding (praised be God for the same) do hereby revoke, make void and of none effect all and every will and wills codicil and codicils by me at any time or times heretofore made and do make, publish and declare this to be my only last will and testament in manner and form following, that is to say, first I give and bequeath unto my loving wife Jane Overbury the sum of fifty pounds of good and lawful money of Great Britain to be paid to her out of any personal estate within two months next after my decease by my executors, hereafter named without any interest for the same. I also give and bequeath unto my sons wife Jane Overbury all such household goods and furniture, exclusive of goods of stock and goods in trade, as she was possessed of before my intermarriage with her. Also I give and bequeath unto my said wife Jane Overbury the gold watch, rings silver, plate and jewels which she was possessed of before my intermarriage with her. Also I give and bequeath unto my son Nathaniel Overbury the sum of one hundred pounds of good and lawful money of Great Britain to be paid him out of my personal estate within one year next after my decease without any interest for the same legacy. Also I give and bequeath unto my said son Nathaniel Overbury the further sum of one hundred pounds of like lawful money to be paid out of my personal estate within one year next after the decease of my said wife Jane Overbury with interest for the same after the rate of four pounds by the hundred by the year from the decease of my said wife Jane Overbury. Also I bequeath unto by son John Overbury the sum of four hundred pounds of like lawful money and unto my son Thomas Overbury the sum of three hundred and eighty pounds of the lawful money to be paid to them respectively out of my personal estate within one year next after my decease by my executors, hereinafter named, without any interest for the same sums respectively. Also I give and bequeath unto my said son John Overbury the further sum of one hundred pounds of like lawful money and unto my said son Thomas Overbury the further sum of one hundred and fifty pounds of like lawful money to be paid to them respectively after the rate of four pounds by the hundred by the year from the decease of my said wife Jane Overbury by my executors, hereinafter named, with interests by the same legacies respectively, after the rate of four pounds by the hundred by the year from the decease of my said wife Jane Overbury. Also I give and bequeath unto my son William Overbury the sum of seven hundred pounds of like lawful money to be paid to him out of my personal estate within one year next after my deceases without any interest for the same Legacy. Also I give and bequeath unto my said son William Overbury the further sum of one hundred pounds of like lawful money to be paid to him out of my personal estate within one year next after the decease of my said wife Jane Overbury with interest for the same after the rate of four pounds by the hundred by the year from the decease of mysaid wife Jane Overbury. Also I give and bequeath unto my daughter Ann Bentley, wife of Thomas Bentley the sum of two hundred pounds of like lawful money to be paid to her out o my personal estate within one year next after my decease by my executors, hereinafter named, without any interest for the same legacy. Also I give and bequeath unto my said daughter Ann Bentley the further sum of one hundred pounds of like lawful money to be paid to her out of my personal estate within one year next after the decease of my said wife Jane Overbury by my executors, hereinafter named, with interest for the same after the rate of four pounds by the hundred by the year from the decease of my said wife Jane Overbury. Also I give and bequeath unto my daughter Hannah Overbury the further son of one hundred and fifty pounds of like lawful money to be paid to her out of my estate within one year next after the decease of my said wife Jane by my executors, hereinafter named, together with lawful interestfor the same from the time of my decease. Also I give and bequeath unto my said daughter Hannah Overbury the further sum of one hundred and fifty pounds of like lawful money to be paid to her out of my personal estate within one year next after the decease of my said wife Jane Overbury by my executors, hereinafter named, with interest for the same after the rate of four pounds by the hundred by the year from the decease of my said wife Jane Overbury by my executors, hereinafter named . Also I give and bequeath unto my grandson William Ledyard, son of my said daughter Ann Bentley, by her former husband, one hundred pounds of like lawful money to be paid out of my personal estate within one year next after the decease by my executors , hereinafter named, without any interest for the same legacy. I also give and bequeath unto my said grandson William Ledyard the further sum of one hundred pounds of like lawful money to be paid out of my personal estate within one year after the decease of my said wife Jane Overbury by my executors, hereinafter named, with interest for the same after the rate of four pounds by the hundred by the year from the decease of my said wife Jane Overbury and will and do hereby do direct that the said two several legacies of one hundred pounds so given to my said grandson William Ledyard shall as soon as conveniently may be after the same shall respectively become out and payable be severally placed out at interest in the names of my executors, hereinafter named, and the survivor of them and the executors and advisors of such survivor and shall be paidby them with all the interest that shall be made thereof unto my said grandson William Ledyard when he shall attain and come unto the age of twenty one years and to the issue of his body lawfully to be begotten in case he shall die before his age of twenty one years leaving of issue our and in case my said grandson William Ledyard shall die before the age of twenty one years and shall leave no issue of his body lawfully begotten. Then I give and bequeath the said two several legacies of one hundred pounds so given to my said grandson William Ledyard with all the interest that shall be made thereof unto my said daughter Ann Bentley and my grandson Nathaniel Overbury (son of my said son Nathaniel Overbury) to be equally divided between them . Also I give and bequeath unto my said grandsons William Ledyard and Nathaniel Overbury (son of my said son Nathaniel Overbury) the further sum of twenty pounds of like lawful money to be severally paid out of my personal estate within one year next after my decease by my executors, hereinafter named, without any interest, for the same legacies respectively. Also I give and bequeath unto all my other grandchildren as shall be living at the time of my decease the sum of twenty pounds of like lawful money to be severally paid out of my personal estate within one year next after my decease by my executors, hereinafter named, without any interest for the same legacies respectively. Also I give and bequeath unto my servant Jane Bennet the sum of ten pounds of like lawful money to be paid to her within one year next after my decease by my executors, hereinafter named, without any interest for the same legacy. And whereas, by certain articles of agreement sometime since entered into between me and my said son Nathaniel Overbury relating to the partnership between him and lain in the join trades of a woolstapler and woolcomber I have given unto my said son Nathaniel Overbury one thousand pounds in manner as therein is intentioned. Now I do hereby ratify and confirm the said gift unto my said son Nathaniel Overbury. Also I give and bequeath unto my said son Nathaniel Overbury his executors advisors and as signs the benefit of the lease of the … or tenement … in Tetbury aforesaid which I hold at a VIARK BEUF of Mr Savage if he shall be willing to accept of the same and become tenant therefore at the time of my decease. Also I give and bequeath unto my said son Nathaniel Overbury my silver tankard and unto my son John Overbury my silver cup and unto my said son Thomas Overbury my silver watch to be delivered to them respectively immediately after my decease. I also give and bequeath unto my son William Overbury and my said daughters Ann Bentley and Hannah Overbury and to each of them one silver spoon a piece, which now belong to me, to be delivered to them respectively immediately after my decease. Also I hereby forgive unto my said son Thomas Overbury all such debts and sums of money which he now owes or at the time of my decease shall owe to me upon bond, note or otherwise together with all interest due or to be owe in respect thereof. Also I give and bequeath unto my said wife Jane Overbury and all my said sonsand daughters my study of books to be equally divided between them. Also I give and bequeath unto my said daughters Ann Bentley and Hannah Overbury all my household goods and furniture not hereinbefore disposed of, exclusive of my share and part of the stock and goods in the said joint trades of a woolstapler and woolcomber now carried on in partnership between me and my said son Nathaniel Overbury, and my several stocks and goods in the said grocery and MERCERY trades and any other trade and all other my goods, chattels, credits and personal estate of what nature or kind not hereinbefore disposed of (after the payments of my debts, the legacies aforesaid and my funeral expenses) to be equally divided between my said sons Nathaniel Overbury, John Overbury, Thomas Overbury and William Overbury, and my said daughters Ann Bentley and Hannah Overbury share and share alike and of this my last will and testament I constitute and appoints my said son Nathaniel Overbury and William Overbury joint executors In witness whereof, I have to this my last will and testament set my hand and seal this sixteenth day of June in the year of our lord one thousand seven hundred and sixty four. Nathaniel Overbury the Elder Signed, sealed, published and delivered by the said testator Nathaniel Overbury the elder to be his last will and testament in the presence of us who have subscribed our names as witnesses in the presence of and at the request of the said testator in the presence of each other. John Savage Catherine Miller James Beale This my codicil to my last will and testament made June the sixteenth on thousand seven hundred and sixty four. I give towards the meeting house to what I have already done thirty pounds of good and lawful money of Great Britain to be paid by my executors. I give to the poor of the Baptist meeting of rings, standly to be paid by my executor to Mr William … to be given to them at his discretion. Igive also to the poor of the Baptist meeting at … five pounds to be paid by my executors to Brother Benjamin Frances to be given to them at his discretion. I give also to the poor at … five pounds tobe paid by my executors to Brother Richard Tipping to be paid to them at his discretion. I give to Brother William … , minister of Brittleton, five pounds to be paid to him by my executors and in case of his decease to be paid to his widow. I give to cousin Elizabeth … of the same place to be paid five pounds by my executors . I give to the poor of the Baptist meeting in Malmsbury five pounds to be paid to brother James Spanks by my executors to pay to them at his discretion. I give to Thomas West of Tetbury two pounds to be paid to him by my executors. I give two pounds to Mary Miles to be paid to her by my executors and I five to their sister Elizabeth two pounds to be paid to her by my executors and to Hannah West to be paid to her by my executors. I give to Mary West daughter of the late John West and to her sister … two pounds cash to be paid by my executors. All which to be paid within one after my decease of the above legacies. I also forgive sister Lydia Parker all the interest due on the money I lent to her to begin shopkeeping and the principal I give to her sister Elizabeth and her brothers James and Benjamin equally to be divided between them. I give to brother Thomas Jones of Painsworth one shilling per week to be paid to him for his natural life by my executors out of the surplus money above what was by me given expressly by will. My will is also that my executors shall within three years after my decease cause to be rebuilt Chalford meeting house next to Thomas Chapman’s garden for which I give ten pounds to be paid by my executors out of the surplus money not exprest in my will and if there is any overplus to have it laid out in repairing the meeting house. My will is to be buried in a very plain way and to be buried in our own ground designed for a meeting yard and that brother John Tommas preach my funeral. This I declare to be my codicil to my last will dated the sixteenth of June one thousand seven hundred and sixty four. Signed by me this seventeenth day of July in the same year and to be of equal force as that inserted in the body of my will to which I subscribe my name. Nathaniel Overbury the Elder I add this to the codicil to my last will or testament. I give my bed with all its furniture to my son Nathaniel Overbury and all my spouse’s furniture belonging to my spouse at Tetbury to all my children, share and share alike, contrary to what I gave in my will, my mind being changed. And I do hereby confirm what I have given to my beloved wife Jane Overbury, what I have given her in my will relating to household goods, money or plate and jewels at my house in Circencester. Witness my hand this twenty first day of November 1765 Nathaniel Overbury The seventh day of April 1767 Appeared personally John Miles of Tetbury, in the county of Gloucester, shopman, and Thomas Wear of Tetbury aforesaid, woolcomber, and being sworn on the holy evangelists to depose the truth severally made oath as follows. And first he said John Miles, for himself oath that he hath been well acquainted with Nathaniel Overbury late of Tetbury in the said county of Gloucester deceased, for one year and six months last past and to the time of his death which happened as this deponent hath heard and believes on the tenth day of August last past and the said Thomas Wear for himself saith that he hath been also well acquainted with the said deceased for eighteen years last past and to the said time of his death and both these deponents say and depose that they are well acquainted with the saiddeceased’s manner and character of handwriting and subscribing his name having often seen the said deceased and also write and subscribe his name having now with care and attention viewed and perusedtwo paper writings hereunto annexed purporting to be and contain two codicils to the last will and testament of the said deceased, the first of the said codicil beginning thus: “This my codicil to mylast will and testament made June the sixteenth one thousand seven hundred and sixty four . I give toward Greeting the meeting house to what I have already done thirty pounds of good and lawful money of Great Britain” and ending thus “This I declare to be my codicil to my last will dated the sixteenth of June one thousand seven hundred and sixty four, signed by me this eighteenth day of July in the same year and to be of equal force as that inserted in the body of my will to which I subscribe my name” and thus subscribed “Nathaniel the Elder” and the last of the said codicils began thus “I add this to the codicil to my last will or testament. I give my bed with all its furniture to my son Nathaniel Overbury” and ending thus “at my house in Circencester. Witness my hand this twenty first day of November 1765” and thus subscribed “Nathaniel Overbury”. They, these deponents, do verify and in their constitutes believe the whole of the said two codicils and the writed subscriptions thereto to be totally wrote by and to be of the proper handwriting and subscribing of the said Nathaniel Overbury, deceased. John Miles Thomas Wear The seventh day of April 1767. The said John Miles and Thomas Wear wert sworn to the truth of the above written affidavit before me John Wight. This will was proved at London (with two codicils) the thirteenth day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and sixty seven before the right worshipful George Spay, doctor of laws, master keeper or commissary of the prerogative court of Canterbury, lawfully constituted by the oather of Nathaniel Overbury and William Overbury, the sons of the deceased and executors named in the said will to whom … was granted of all and singular the goods, chattels and credits of the said deceased having been first sworn by commission duly to administer
Anne Pert / Slaughter Tomb Extract from "W. Dyde, 'The history and antiquities of Tewkesbury: from the earliest periods to the present time' (Dyde and Son, London: 1790).""In the great cross aile is a monument of free-stone on which are the arms and inscription following:
    1. Argent, a Saltire azure, for Slaughter; impaling, 2. Argent, on a bend gules, three mascles of the first.
Here under lyeth the body of Mrs. Anne Slaughter daughter of Daniel Pert, Esq. and wife of Paris Slaughter of Slaughter Esq. who lived a sincere proffessour and honourer of pure religion. A Patronesse of the Religious and dyed about the 84th year of her age. Oct. 28 A. D. 1640."
Thomas Pike Will Woolstapler of Tetbury, Gloucestershire; PROB 11/1567/360Woolstapler of Tetbury, Gloucestershire; PROB 11/1567/360 Will signed ‎13 apr 1815 Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England, This is the last Will and Testament of me Thomas Pike of Tetbury in the County of Gloucester Woolstapler First I give devise and bequeath unto my dear wife Sarah Pike all my Freehold Leasehold and Copyhold Messuages lands Tenements hereditaments & premiseswith their and every of their rights members and appurtenances situate and being in the Town of Tetbury in the County of Gloucester or Elsewhere in the Kingdom of Great britain which I have a power to dispose of to hold to my said dear wife Sarah Pike and her assigns for and during the term of her natural life and from and immediately after her decease I give devise and bequeath the same messuages Lands Tenements hereditaments and premises with their & every of their rights members and appurtenances unto Joseph Overbury woolstapler of Tetbury aforesaid woolstapler upon trust to divide as near as possible and to the best of his knowledge and understanding all such houses and lands which is now in my possession equally divided among my Children except the house and warehouse now in my possession which said house & warehouse I give equally among my three Daughters Mary ???d Ann Bamford and Sarah Pike in ??? of their Signature for my ??lling lands situate and being in the parish of Kington Saint Michael in the County of Wilts Michaelmas last past and in case my house and warehouse aforesaid should bring the Sum of Six hundred and fifty pounds I then give and bequeath unto my said three Daughters Mary Wood Ann Bamford and Sarah Pike Enough of my household Furniture plate Linen China books &c personals as to make it amount to the sum of six hundred and Fifty pounds from and immediately after the death of my dear wife Sarah Pike and the remainder of my said house hold Goods Plate Linen China books &c after the said sum of six hundred and Fifty pounds is made up I give equally among all my Children as shall be then living to be divided and allotted at the discretion of the said Mr Joseph Overbury all the rest residue and remainder of my money rights credits and personal Estate whatsoever and wheresoever after paying my Just Debts I give and bequeath unto my dear wife Sarah Pike whom I appoint Sole Executrix of this my last will & testament contain d in one sheet of paper In witness whereof I the said Thomas Pike have to this my last will and Testament contained in one sheet of Paper In witness where I the said Thomas Pike have to this my last will and testament contained in one sheet of paper set my hand and seal to wit my hand to the bottom of the preceding part and hand and seal to this last part of the sheet this Fourteenth day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and Eight Thomas Pike Signed Sealed published and declared by the said Thomas Pike the Testator as and for his last will & testament in the presence of us who have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses thereto in his presence and in the presence of each other Jno Arundell Thos Edwd ??????????????????????? This is a Codicil to the last will and Testament of me Thomas Pike of Tetbury in the County of Gloucester woolstapler which I direct may be annexed thereto and taken as part thereof whereas I have for several years last past been acting as agent for my Son in Law Joseph Overbury in the Spanish wool business wherein I have contracted Debts in my own name altho such Debts are actually due to the said Joseph Overbury as his own sole property to a considerable amount and therefore to remove any scruple or doubt after my decease in whose name such Debts ought to be recovered I do by this my Codicil nominate and appoint the said Joseph Overbury an Executor of my said last will and Testament In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty first day of may in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and Fourteen Thomas Pike Signed Sealed published and declared by the said Thomas Pike as a Codicil to his last will and Testament in the presence of us Jno Letall Jas Sealy his Clerk Proved at London with a Codicil 13th April 1815 before the Judge by the Oath of Joseph Overbury the Executor named in the Codicil to whom admon was granted having been first sworn by Commission duly to administer power reserved to Sarah Pike widow the Relict and other Exector


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