The Protestant Reformation by William Cobbett -- INDEX

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À Becket, St. Thomas, 179 , 453
Abdication of James I., 374
Abbeys and Priories, 153 - 155 , 159 , 163 , 167 , 399
Abbot, Chief Justice, 92
Abbot, the of Glastonbury, 171
Act for bastardising Henry's daughters, 113
Adolphus, Mr., 336
Adrian IV., 42
Advisers of Elizabeth, 297 - 300 , 319
Ahab, 81
Ale, the price of, 465
Alfred the Great, 147 , 185
Allen, William, 342
Altars, the robbing of, 196
America, 337
-- Revolution of, 396
-- thought of taxing, 422
-- brings charges against George Ill., 426
-- consequences of its Revolution on the Penal Code, 441
Amours of Elizabeth, 295 , 349
Ampthill, 69
Anne, Queen, 476
Ann Boleyn, 71 , 75 , 77
Answers to this work, 350
Anjou, the Duke of, 295
Arundel, the Earl of, 219
Army, standing, 380
Archdall, Mr. Myrven, 148
Armada, the Spanish, 324
Arthur, the Prince, 61
Aslett, 35
Atheism, 144
Austin, 45

Bail, excessive, 380 , 381
Baker, Sir Richard, 112
Ball, for the sake of the starving Irish, 148
Baltimore, Lord, 392
Bank notes, 258
Bank of England, 401
Baptism, one, 85
Baring, Sir Thomas, 186
Bartholomew, Saint, the massacre of, 270 - 294
Bate's Rural Philosophy, 140
Bayley, Judge, 22
Bayley, Life of Fisher, 67
Beck, the venerable, 141
Beggars, 331 , 470 , 476
Bellingham, 292
Beliefs, 204
Bentincks, the, 90
Beer tax, the first, 401
Beer, small, 124
Bermondsey, 183
Beza, 200 , 278
Bible, the new one, 208
Bible-readers, 307
Biographical Dictionary, 33
Bishop Jocelyn, 381
Bishop Tomline, 126
Bishops, the seven, 374
Blackheath, 453
Blackstone, Sir William, 28 , 30 , 52 , 337 , 378
Blowing up of Darnley, 310
Boleyn, Lady, 67
Bowles, John, 14
Boulogne, 256 , 391 , 455
Bonner, Bishop, 248
Bread and Water, the food of the people, 461 , 478
Brougham, Mr., 386
Burning of heretics, 257
Burnet, 84 , 96 , 406
Burleigh, Lord, 298
Butterworth, Saint, 109
Byrne, James, 381

Calais, taken by the Duke of Guise, 254
-- Elizabeth's base surrender of, 271 , 391
-- the importance of, to England, 286
-- loss of, caused by the Reformation, 455
Calvin, 200 , 207
Calendar, the Protestant, 21
Catesby, Robert, 357
Catechism, the Douay, 330
Catherine of Arragon, 61 , 71
Cathedrals, the origin of, 48
Catholic, the meaning of the word, 3
-- Religion not rooted out of Ireland, 8
-- Religion; motive for the abuse of, 8 , 9
-- antiquity of, 10
-- inconsistency of the revilers of, 11 , 12 , 16 , 17 , 23
-- unfavourable to liberty, 27 , 379 , 456
-- unfavourable to genius and talent, 28 , 34
-- efforts to destroy it, 204
Catholic Church, took care of the poor, 207
-- kept down usury, 206
Catholic Religion again restored, 232
-- why Elizabeth renounced the, 261
-- rooted out again, 269
Catholics, the, as Citizens, 223
-- relieved by the American Revolution, 430
Cato-street Plot, 354
Canterbury, 11 , 179
Castles, 386
Castlereagh, 380
Causes, Ecclesiastical, 380
Cecil, Sir William, 230 , 298
Celibacy of Clergy, 122 , 198 , 331 , 369
Charles I., 360
-- II., 22
-- IX., 273 , 290
Chalmers, George, 453 , 459
Chapels seized, 202
Charges against James II., 380
-- George III., 426
Child, the Banker, 473
Chertsey, 183
Chantries, 202
Church, history of the, in England, 44
Civil Liberty, the Catholic Religion unfavourable to, 27
Clement, Mr., 380
Cloth, price of, 465
Clogher, the bishop of, 381
Clergy, mode of supporting the, 49
-- celibacy of, 122 , 198
-- relief to poor, 127
Clothing of the Irish, 326 , 334
Cobourg, the Prince of Saxe, 324
Code, the Penal, 435 , 436
-- reflections on, 437 - 441
-- relaxation of, 441 , 445
Coin, debasing of the, 210
Coke, Lord, 92
Coligni, 270 , 290
Colleges at Oxford, 30 , 185
Collier's Church History, 359
Colonies, 390 , 391
Common-prayer, the Book of, 198 , 265
Compromise made by the plunderers of the Church, 228
Confiscation of Monasteries, 162 , 172 , 175
Condé, 270 , 280
Conference of the Methodists, 88
Convention, the American, 422
Cornish knave, 65
Cowdry House, 115
Cranmer, 64 , 104 , 195 , 258
-- his dilemma and oath, 65
-- hypocrisy, 68 , 104
-- Court, 69
-- cites Henry and Anne before him, 76
-- brings a wife home in a box, 104
-- divorces Henry from Anne of Cleves, 188
-- his Prayer-Book, 198 , 265 , 269 , 365
-- weaves his own halter, 217
-- his worship and divorce overset, 226
-- his character, 251
-- recantations and death, 251
Creeds, the Nicene and Athanasian, 20
Crown Lands, 399
Cromwell, Oliver, 117 , 363
Cromwell, Thomas, 157
-- his visitation, 159
-- his dog-like end, 189
Crown, the, settled on Lady Jane Grey, 216
Curwen, Mr., 454
Curwen, Dr., 81

Davison, 321
Dalrymple, 387
Darnley, the Earl of, 309 , 310
Debt, the National, 403 , 411
Defoe, 476
Deliverers, the Dutch, 396
De Gray, Mr., 124
Defender of the Faith, 103 , 105 , 107
Devastation of England, 166 , 172
Despard, 386
Dent, Parson. 26
Devonshire, 212
Dick, Mr., 380
Dictionary, the Biographical, 33
Dieppe, 275
Directory, the, 365
Divorce of Henry VIII. from Catherine, 67 , 70
-- from Anne Boleyn, 76
Downie, 386
Douay, 330 , 342
Drake's Literary Hours, 138
Dreux, 277
Drury, Sir Drue, 319
Dudley, 221 , 276
Dung-cart, filling, 465
Duty, shifting of, 308

Echard, 370
Ecclesiastical causes, 380
Edward III., state of the labourer in the time of, 465
Edward VI., his birth, 112
-- plunder of his reign, 196
-- crowned as a Catholic, 127
-- settles the succession, 216
-- his death, 218
-- his character, 218
-- his reign, 222
-- his loss of Boulogne, 256 , 391
-- his atrocious cruelty, 471
Elections, 380
Elizabeth, Queen, 259
-- an apostate, 260
-- her perjury, 260
-- not acknowledged by the Pope, 261
-- why became a Protestant, 261
-- desires to change the Religion again, 265
-- her bloody Statutes, 267 , 343
-- abolishes the Pope's Supremacy, 267
-- Massacre of St. Bartholomew, traced to, 269
-- her base Peace with France, 271
-- Treats with the Huguenots, 273 , 278
-- accused of plotting assassination, 278
-- her mortification and loss of Havre, 282
-- imprisonment of her ambassadors, 283
-- her hypocrisy, 294 , 321
-- her Virginity, 295 , 349
-- wishes to marry the Duke of Anjou, 295
-- her advisers, 297 - 300
-- real cause of her success in extirpating the Catholic Religion, 305
-- a most popular sovereign, 306
-- sees danger in Mary, Queen of Scots, 308
-- her cruelty to Mary, 315
-- brings her to the block, 318
-- Witaker's character of, 319
-- her conduct toward Ireland, 325
-- wretchedness of her people, 331 , 472
-- petition of the Catholics to, 346
-- her death and character, 349
Ellman, Mr., 467
Elstow, 81
England converted to Christianity, 11 , 45
-- as Henry VIII. found it, 61
-- as the Reformation made it, 331 , 448
-- foreign troops brought in to settle, 387
-- populousness of, 453
-- wealth of, 454
-- power of, 455
-- freedom of, 456
-- poverty of, 457
-- the people of, compared with those of France, 459
-- bread and water, the food of the people of, 461 , 478
-- wages of the people of, 465
-- swarming with beggars, 470
Estimate, George Chalmers' 453
Evangelists, the four, Protestants swear on, 23
Excise, 401 , 420

Faith, 85 , 328
Farnham, 124
Fauntleroy, 35
Fawkes, Guy, 357
Fenning's Spelling-book, 143
"Feelosofers," 145
Fire of London, 370
Fisher, Bishop, 84 , 95
Fitzgerald, Lord Edward, 386
Fleetwood, Bishop, 465
Fletcher, the preacher, 88
Fox, the lying, 248
Food, price of, in time of Henry VIII, 454
Fortesque, the Chancellor, 458
Foreign troops in England, 387
Framlingham, 224
France, 254
-- England in danger of becoming subject to, 262 , 303
-- Elizabeth basely makes peace with, 271
-- war with, 254 , 399
-- her revolution, 442
-- the people of, compared with English, 459
Franklin, Dr., 326 , 334
Freedom of England, 456
Friendly Society of Hants, 126

Gardner, 198 , 224
Garnet, Father, 358
Garnier, Mr., 124
George III., 426
George, Mr., 467
Gloves, autumnal, 468
Goose, the price of, 465
Goldsmith, Dr., 38
Glorious Revolution, 377
Glastonbury, 171
Gospellers, 277
Grains, the people eating, 460
Grammar, Hume's, 130
Gregory I., 45
Grey, Lady Jane, 216
-- proclaimed Queen, 220
Guise, the Duke of, 254 , 278
Guildford, 183

Habeas Corpus Act, 388
-- suspension of, 389
Halls at Oxford, 30
Halsey, Mr., 184
Hampden, 386
Hay-making, pay for, 465
Hay, Parson, 26
Havre de Grace. 273 , 282
Henry VIII., 61
-- his brutal passions roused, 62
-- makes himself head of the church, 64
-- makes Cranmer Archbishop, 65
-- his hard case, 66
-- keeps Anne Boleyn, 67
-- divorced from Catherine, 70
-- marries Anne Boleyn, 68
-- his cruelty to Catherine, 72
-- gets Anne Boleyn beheaded, 77
-- marries Lady Jane Seymour, 77
-- rebuked by Peyto and Elstow, 81
-- his atrocious murders of More and Fisher, 95
-- his book against Luther's religion, 101
-- the dishonest act of 27 th year of his reign, 112
-- his brutality to Lady Jane Seymour, 112
-- bastardises his daughters, 113
-- his tyranny, 114
-- why submitted to, 117
-- obtains possession of church spoil, 168 , 176
-- his base Parliament, 174
-- his marriage with Anne of Cleeves, 188
-- his marriage with Lady C. Howard, 188
-- his death, 191
-- his will, 194
-- his executors, 195
-- price of food in the time of, 454
Henry IV., 247
Heptarchy, the 45
Heretics, restoration of the acts against, 247
-- burnt, 247 , 257
Hertford, Earl of, 195
Heylen, Dr., 209 , 218 , 255 , 297 , 377
Histories, the, of England, 38 , 223
Historians, their duty, 81
Hippesley, Sir John Cox, 381
Higgons, 370
Hoddesden, 219
Hog, price of, 465
Honesty in the time of Alfred, 186
Hooper, 225 , 250
Hop-duty, 380
Hospitality, 125
Houghton, John, 97
Hubert, 370
Huguenots, 273 , 290
Hume, 116 , 129 , 134 , 161 , 179 , 216 , 236 , 239 , 285 , 452
Hypocrisy of Elizabeth, 294 , 318

Inconsistency of the revilers of the Catholic religion, 11 , 12 , 16 , 17 , 23
Inquisition, the, 340
Insurrections of the people, 209 , 210 , 212 , 228
Interference in elections, 380
Ireland, 8 , 148 , 325 , 334 , 363 , 436 , 459
Item, a curious, 176

James I., 310
-- II., 372
-- -- charges brought against, 380
-- -- William's triumph over, 395
-- -- protected by Louis XIV., 398
-- -- suspends all penal laws relating to religion, 433
Jarrow, 141
Jocelyn, Bishop, 381
Jews, 369
Juan Fernandez, 141
Judges, the, their decision as to the food of the poor, 478
-- the, made independent of the Crown, 24
-- the institution of, 92
Jury, trial by, 185
Jurors, qualification of, 455

Keiling, 386
Kent first converted to Christianity, 48
"King of France" the title of English Kings, 109
Knox, 225 , 307 , 359

Labourer, the ancient condition of the, 466
Land, the, subject to maintain the necessitous, 51
Land, the, 150
Landgrave, the, of Hesse, 101
Landlords, the best, 151 , 152
Latimer, 248 , 250
Law-established, church, 13
Laws, the, of England, 92
Lawyers, 217
Leaders, the natural, of the people, 117 , 118 , 173
Learned men, 34
Leicester, 295 , 297 , 319
Lepeau, 444
Liberty, civil, the Catholic religion averse to, 27
Licences to beg, 472
Lindisfarne, 141
Lincoln's Inn, a gentleman of, 295
Lingard, Dr., 293
Littleton, 468
Liturgy, the Protestant, 20
Livings, how given away now, 124
Loan-makers, 186
Locke, Mr., 474
Lollards, the, 247
London, fire of, 370
Luther, 99 , 100 , 200 , 251

Madocks, William, 380
Malmsbury, 141
Mallett's History of the Swiss, 137
Malthus, 6 , 127 , 336
Mary, Queen, 220
-- Character falsely attributed to her, 223
-- Enters London as Queen, 224
-- her Parliament, 226
-- bent on restoring the Pope's supremacy, 228
-- gives up the rents and first fruits, 234
-- restores church lands in her possession, 235
-- rebellion against, 238
-- marries Philip of Spain, 239
-- burns heretics, 248
-- her ill health, 253
-- at war with France, 234
-- her sorrows and death, 255 , 257
-- her character, 257
Mary Queen of Scotland, 261
-- her birth and parentage, 302
-- betrothed to the Dauphin, 302
-- heiress to the English throne, 303
-- a widow, 307
-- returns to Scotland, 307
-- marries Lord Darnley, 309
-- is again a widow, 310
-- marries Lord Bothwell, 311
-- Witaker's defence of, 312 , 319
-- throws herself on England, 315
-- her long imprisonment, 316
-- her death, 318
Marriage of Henry VIII. with Catherine, 61
-- with Anne Boleyn, 58
-- with Lady J. Seymour, 77
-- with Anne of Cleves, 188
-- with Lady C. Howard, 188
Marriage of Mary to Philip of Spain, 239
-- policy of the, 240
-- to the good and honour of England, 241
-- compared with Saxe-Cobourg's, 244
Marriage of Mary Queen of Scots with the Dauphin, 261
Marriage of a Protestant Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland, with a Catholic lady, 446
Married Clergy, 124 , 198 , 331 , 369
Marvell-hall, 73
"Martyrs," the, 249 , 257
Martial law, 331
Massacre of St. Bartholomew, 270 , 294
Mass, the, abolished, 207
-- re-established, 226
-- made high treason to say the, 268 , 343
Mayor, Aldermen and Common Council of London, 377
Merton, 183
Micaiah, 81
Micheldever, 186
Milner, Dr., 104 , 123
Monks, 11
Monument, the, 370 , 431
Monopolies, 352
Monkish ignorance and superstition, 28 , 34
Monasteries, 53 , 57 , 59 , 119
-- revenues of and how spent, 120
-- abuse of the, 121
-- Hume's charges against, 129
-- Tanner's account of, 133
-- Extracts in defence of, 137 , 141
-- as land-owners, 151 - 152
-- attack upon the, 159 - 163
-- reports upon, 161
-- confiscation of, 162 , 172 , 175
-- in Surrey, 183
-- consequences of sacking the, 331
Morrit, parson, 26
Moore's Almanack, 179
Montesquieu, 92
More, Sir Thomas, 84
Montmorency, 276
Money sent to the Popes from England, 90
Movelly, John, 381
Mowing, price of, 465 , 467
Murder of the Countess of Salisbury, 115
-- of More and Fisher, 95
-- of John Houghton, 97
-- of the Abbot of Glastonbury, 171
-- of the Duke of Guise, 278
-- of Rizzio, 309
Murray, Earl, 314

National debt, origin of, 403 , 411
Newington, 183
Noel, Saint, 109
North, Roger, 367
North, Mr. Charles Augustus, 124
Notes, Bank, 258
No-Popery cries, not efficient now, 26

Oath of a Cornish knave, 65
-- Cramer's, 65
O' Callaghan, Mr., 403
Old Bailey, the, 258
Oliver, 386
"One Faith," 85
Orleans, 277
Origin of the Catholic church 40
O'Quigly, 386
Oundle-plan, 6
Ox, an, the price of, 465
Oxford, the ancient compared with modern, 30

Parliament, Catholics shut out of, 358
Pains and penalties, bills of, 392
Parliament, Henry's, 174
-- Mary's, 226 , 230
Paris, 293
Parishes, 50
Paramours of Elizabeth, 295
Paulet, Sir Amias, 319
Paulet, St. John, 300
Pauperism, 145 , 186 259 , 331
Peachum, the Royal, 178
Penalties imposed on Catholics, 343 , 431
Penn, William, 392
Penal Code, a sketch of, in England, 435
-- in Ireland, 436
"Pence to Peter," 90
Pennsylvania, 153
Perceval, 90 , 380
Peyto, 81
Petition of the Catholics to Elizabeth, 346
Philip of Spain, 239 , 242 , 271 , 323
Pilgrims, 179
Plot, the gunpowder, 354
Plot, the Protestant, 383
Plunder, the nation divided by, 117 , 169 , 162 , 175 , 180 , 196 , 202 , 227 , 232 , 331 , 372 , 377
Populousness of England, 453
Poltrot, 278
Pole, Cardinal, 229 , 454
Pope, 370
Poulter, Mr. Edmund, 124
"Poorer sort," the food of the, 464
Potatoes, the food of the people, 478
Pope, the, derivation of the word, 42
-- supremacy of the, 84 , 89 , 227
-- money sent to, 90
-- refuses to acknowledge Elizabeth as Queen, 261
Power of England, 455
Poor-rates, 127 , 259 , 332 , 470
Poor Clergy, 127
Prayer, the common, 198 , 265
Preamble of the act for suppressing monasteries, 167
Preciosum, 465
Prices in time of Henry VIII, 454
-- Edward III, 465
Priories, 153 , 155 , 159 , 163 , 167 , 399
Protector, 195 , 209 , 214
Provisions, monopolies of, 352
Protestant, the meaning of the word, 3
-- reformation, how began, 6 , 99 , 351
-- Church by Law established, 13
-- liturgy, 26
-- calendar, 21
-- saints, 21
-- religion, means necessary to the introducing if it, 98
-- reformers hated by the people, 210
-- religion, how forced down the people's throats, 212
-- Reformers, baseness towards each other, 221
-- cause of Elizabeth becoming a, 261
-- how circumstances favoured the religion, 263
-- Religion, the real cause of its success, 305
-- Lord Lieutenant of Ireland marries a Catholic lady, 446
-- Reformation, the cause of misery in England and Ireland, 327 , 455
-- Reformation, the second, 360
-- Reformation, the third, 375
-- Reformation, the fourth, 393 , 396
-- Reformation, the fifth, 442
Purse, the faculties of the, 401

Quakers, 411
Quarterly Review, 141

Raleigh, Sir Walter, 390
Rapin, 370
Racks, Elizabeth's, 347
Reaping, price of, 465
Rebellion, 238
Recusants, 269 , 342
Reding, Mr., 380
Reformation, the meaning of the word, 3
-- the Protestant, how begun, 6 , 99
-- means necessary to making, 98
-- the second, 360
-- the third, 375
-- the fourth, 393 , 396
-- the fifth, 442
Reigate, 183
Religion, can't be two true ones, 203
Reports about monasteries, 161
Rescript, the King's to the bishops, 1
Revolution, the glorious, 377
-- the American, 395 , 441
-- the French, 442
Rheims, 342
Richard III., act of, 455
Riches of England, 459
Richard II., 247
Ridley, Bishop of London, 220 , 248 , 250 , 258
Rizzio, 309
Roden, Jocelyn, 14
Rock, Captain, 150
Robespierre, 117
Rochford, Lord, 75
Rose, George, 14
Rouen, 275
Russell, Lord, 212 , 381
Russell, Lord John, 6

St. Peter, 41
Saints, the Protestant, 21
Saint Margaret's, 209
Bartholomew, the Massacre of, 270 , 294
Saint Cross, 125
St. John, Paulet, 300
Salt, 352
Salisbury, Countess of, 115
Salisbury, Bishop of, 406
Salvation, doctrine of, Exclusive, 202
Sands, Dr., 221
Scarlett, Mr., 127
Scævola, 35
Schools of Oxford, 30 , 185
Shomberg, Marshal, 90
Scotland, 262 , 307
Sects, 16 , 88 , 200 , 367 , 411
Selbourne, 463
Sende, 183
Septennial Bill, 417
Seymour, Lady Jane, 112
Shearses, the, 386
Sheep, price of, 465
Shene, 183
Shelley, Richard, 346
Shoes, price of, 465
Skibbereen, 11 , 26
Sidney, Algernon, 381 , 385
Six Acts, 380
Smithfield, the fires of, 257
Smith, Elizabeth's Envoy, 283
Smith, Adam, 211
Soldier, a Bible-reading, 367
Somerset, 214
Somerset House, 209
Spanish Armada, 324
Spelman's History of Sacrilege, 162
Spelling-book, Fenning's, 143
Stafford, Lord, 383
Standing Army, 380
Stratton, 186
Stuart, Lord Henry, 125
Straw, the Epistle of, 333
Stow, 82
Sturges, Dr., 104 , 123 , 127
Succession, the, settled by Edward VI., 216
Superstition, 179
Suppression of Monasteries, 166 , 172
Supremacy, the, 84
-- why it should be lodged in the Pope, 87
-- sham plea set up against this, 88 , 89
-- effect of the Pope's on Civil liberty, 92
-- effect of it in the hands of one man, 94
-- question of restoring, 227
-- restored, 231
-- re-abolished, 267
Swithin, Saint, 147
Synod of the Presbyterians, 88

Tanbridge, 183
Tanner, Bishop, 131
"Tail-piece," 295
Taxes, increase of, 412
Testament, the New, from whom received, 17
Threshing, price of, 465 , 467
Thompson, Mr., 184
Thompson, Jammy, 349
Thistlewood, 386
Throckmorton, Elizabeth's ambassador, 283
Thorough Godly Reformation, 351
Tithes, how collected now, 13 , 49 , 338
Title of" King of France," 109
Tomb of Saint Thomas à Becket, 179
Tradition, 399
Trade, Board of, 474
Tread-mill, 186
Treason, new laws of, 268
Trial by Jury, 185
Troops, foreign, brought to quell the people, 212 , 387
Tower, the, 374
Turner's History of England, 139

Unitarian, the, a question put to, 202
Usury, 206 , 403

Veto, the, 94
Vidame, 273
"Virgin Queen," the, 295
Virginia, 390
Visitation of Monasteries, 159

Wages of the labourer, 465
Warwick, the Earl of, 282
Walsingham, Francis, 299 , 319
Wallis, Sarah, 380
Ward, Sir P., 370
War with France, 254 , 399
-- a, no Popery, 400
-- cost of a, 401
Warwick, Duke of Northumberland, 215 , 219 , 220
Wat Tyler, 453
Watson, Mr. Joshua, 1 , 17
Watt, 386
"Waust improvements," 467
Waverley, 183
Wealth of England, 454
Weeding, price of, 465
Wellesley, the Marquis, 446
-- Mr. Henry, 380
Wentworth, 360
Whethampsted, John, 133
Wheat, the price of, 465
White, Mr., 463
Whigs, 424
Wiltshire, 478
Wine, the price of, 465
Winchester, Bishop of, 126
William III., 375
-- triumphs over James, 395
-- insists on having the Crown to himself, 398
-- goes to war with France, 399
-- act of the 5 th year of, 401
-- creates the Bank of England, 401
-- why supported in England, 407
-- taxes in his reign, 412
-- his parliament, 415
Willow, the, 300
Wilford, Sir T., 331
Witaker, 107 , 306 , 312 , 319 , 349 , 359
Works, good, 329
Wriothesley, Earl of Southampton, 185
Writers of England, France and Italy, number of, 34
Wykham, William of, 124

Yearly Meeting of the Quakers, 88
York, Duke of, 392

Zuinglius, 200

 

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