Folk Play Links - Scotland / Alba

Compiled by C. Little



Groups listed may be folk club, morris dance or amateur drama groups, as well as traditional performers. Publications listed may be cited, extracted or summarised publications, as well as full text.


Angus

001 * Additions to The Games of Argyleshire [sic] [by R.C. MacLagan, in Folk-Lore, Vol.XVI No.2, Jun. 1905, pp.211-216 - (fragment;) extract from , by J.F. L., in Scotsman, 31st Dec. 1902 - [Angus] text]
002 * The Burlesque of "Galatian." The Guisards of Scotland : (No.1) [by Principal [of the University of Aberdeen][William Duguid] Geddes, in Scottish Notes and Queries, Vol.II No.10, Mar. 1889, pp.145-147 - extract from Scotsman, 31st Dec. 1888 - Angus text]

Ayrshire

003 * Cairntable Rhymes [Complete edition] [by Thomas Floyd, 1936, p.81 - 'Thae Days Are A' Away', poem mentioning acting "Galashuns" at Muirkirk at Hallowe'en]

Berwickshire

004 * A Berwickshire Bard [by Robert McLean Calder, 1897, pp.117-119, 59 - 'Hogmanay' - Polwarth fragment]
005 * Diversions of a Country Gentleman [by Sir George Douglas, 1902, p.32 - 'A Scottish Lady of the Old School [Lady Alicia Anne Scott][wife of Lord John Douglas Scott]' - Guisards at [Spottiswoode, Westruther]]
006 * Proverbs, Proverbial Expressions, and Popular Rhymes of Scotland [by Andrew Cheviot [James Hiram Watson][son of Minister of Eccles], 1896, pp.169-173 - entry for 'Hogmany' - Border district text]
007 * Sketches and Anecdotes [by Andrew Wanless, 1891, pp.200-203, 288 - 'The Daft Days' - at [Longformacus]]
008 * Stray Leaves from a Border Garden [Caldra House] [by Mary Pamela Milne-Home [wife of Col David Milne-Home], 1901, pp.71, ii - Guisarts or Gysarts (non-play ?) at Fogo]
009 * The Goloshans [citation of Emily Lyle, in Tocher, No.32, Winter 1979-1980, pp.107-112 - Westruther fragment from Sound Archive]
010 * The Tinkler-Gypsies [2nd edition only of The Tinkler-Gypsies of Galloway] [by Andrew McCormick, 1907, pp.328, 330-332, 339 - [Swinton] "Goloshians" fragment and photo; (author born in Galloway describes them as "white boys")]

Dumfriesshire

011 * Letters from and to Charles Kirkpatrick Sharpe, Esq. [ed. by Alexander Allardyce, Vol.II 1888, pp.364, 348-349 - 30th Mar. 1826 - "I dare not take the liberty of sending Sir William Wallace Wight, as the guisarts call him, to you;" - at [Dumfries ?]]

Dunbartonshire

012 * The Old Vale and Its Memories [Vale of Leven] [extract from James Ferguson & James Graham Temple, [1927], p.? - Archived]

East Lothian

013 * Sheep-Head and Trotters, [by James Lumsden [late of Nether Hailes [NT5675]], [1892], pp.43-49 - 'Hogmanay' - "Guisers" fragment]
014 * The History of Dunbar, [by James Millar, 1859, p.206 - "guisards" - as his other book]
015 * The Lamp of Lothian; or, the History of Haddington, [by James Miller, 1844, p.413 - "guisards" - probably just as Scott]
016 * Tobar an Dualchais [Prestonpans fragment from Sound Archive]

Fife

017 * Examples of Printed Folk-Lore concerning Fife [County Folk-Lore, Vol.VII : Printed Extracts, Nos. IX, X, XI] [coll. by John Ewart Simpkins, 1914, pp.144-146 - extract from Edinburgh Evening Dispatch, 31st Dec. 1903 - [unlocated] text]
018 * Poems and Songs [4th edition] [by Robert Gilfillan, 1851, pp.xiii-xiv, xii - 'Memoir', by W. A. [William Anderson] - "guising" at Dunfermline, before 1811; "is now fast wearing out"]
019 * Reminiscences of Dunfermline and Neighbourhood, [by Alexander Stewart, 1886, pp.110 - paraphrasing above; 151-153 - Dunfermline fragment]
020 * Supplement to A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen, by Chambers, 1835 [by Rev Thomson, 1855 - 'Robert Gilfillan' - paraphrasing above, but adding mention of Alexander the Great and Galatian]

Kirkcudbrightshire

021 * Further Report on Folklore [in Galloway,] in Scotland [by the late Rev Walter Gregor, in Report of the Sixty-Seventh Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science, 1898, pp.459-461, 501 - Balmaghie [parish][Glenlochar ?] & Laurieston (2) texts]
022 * Galloway [Kirkcudbrightshire & Wigtownshire] New Year's Customs [by E.M. Johnstone, in The Graphic, Vol.47 No.1206, 7th Jan. 1893, p.14bc - Subscription required for Gale: 19th Century British Library Newspapers]
023 * The Scottish Gallovidian Encyclopedia [by John MacTaggart, 1824, pp.502-504, vii; 167 - entry for 'Yule-Boys', entry for 'De'il's Club'; - [Castle Douglas ?] text]
024 * The Tinkler-Gypsies [2nd edition only of The Tinkler-Gypsies of Galloway] [by Andrew McCormick, 1907, pp.328, 330-332, 339 - ([Swinton] "Goloshians" fragment and photo;) author born in Galloway describes them as "white boys"]

Lanarkshire

025 * Biggar Seguisers [perform Biggar text; programme]
026 * Casual Column [in glasgow herald, 31st Oct. 1922, p.6h - "Goloshans" fragment]
027 * Children's Rhymes and Rhyme Games : Personal Recollections of Fifty Years Ago [by J.Liddell Kelly, in Miscellanea of The Rymour Club, Edinburgh, Vol.I, 1906-1911 - "Goloshans" at Calder Ironworks [Carnbroe]]
028 * Confessions of a Spouter, and a few remarks on modern actors in general [by A Stroller [Anon], in The Emmet, No.XVI, 19th Jul. 1823, p.186 - [Glasgow ?] fragment]
029 * Motherwell Seventy Years Ago - and Now [by Old Residenter [King], 1910, chap.XII - "The Galloshans" - fragment]
030 * Old Glasgow: The Place and the People [by Andrew MacGeorge, 1880, p.210 - Glasgow "Galatians" fragment]
031 * Scran [image archive] [Photos of and video about Biggar Seguisers - Subscription required]
032 * The Mummers, or Guisers [by Bro W. Simpson, in Ars Quatuor Coronatorum, Vol.III Pt.1, 1890, pp.81-82 - Glasgow fragment]
033 * The Royal Goloshan Book [Glasgow, Robert Inglis chapbook text]

Midlothian

034 * Article about Edinburgh Folk Club [Formerly, mumming play]
035 * Autobiographical Notes of the Life of William Bell Scott [ed. by W. Minto, 1892, p.10 vol - Edinburgh fragment]
036 * Broccoli [Photos of Tammas]
037 * Criminal Trials in Scotland, [comp. by Robert Pitcairn, 1833, Vol.I Pt.I p.114fn - "Guisards" at Edinburgh]
038 * Marmion; A Tale of Flodden Field [by Walter Scott, 1808, pp.ci-cii - 'Notes to Canto Sixth : Note III' - [Edinburgh] "Guisards" fragment, during his boyhood]
039 * New Year's Morning, in Edinburgh; [by [Archibald Steel], 1792, p.8 - Subscription required for Gale: Eighteenth Century Collections Online]
040 * Review of "Le Livre de Marco Polo," by M.G. Pauthier [by [Anon][Col Henry Yule], in Quarterly Review, Vol.125 No.249, [Jul. 1868], p.149 - [Inveresk ?] "guisards" fragment, middle aged men can remember]
041 * Rural Recollections; [by George Robertson, 1829, pp.118-119, 15, 63 & 181 - "gyzarts" [at Comiston Farm, Colinton ?], until 1800]
042 * Scott and the Newcastle Antiquaries [by [George Willis ?], in Willis's Current Notes, VolVII No.LXXVII, May 1857, p.35 - (letter from John Bell, 20th Dec. 1812;) letter from Sir Walter Scott, 22nd Dec. 1812 - as below]
043 * Scran [image archive] [manuscript from David Laing [Secretary to the Bannatyne Club] Collection, University of Edinburgh Library [Ref. La.III.828] for Two Bannatyne Garlands from Abbotsford, by Sir Walter Scott [1st Baronet], 1848, p.5 - Subscription required]
044 * The Letters of Sir Walter Scott 1811-1814 [ed. by Herbert Grierson, 1932, p.208 - 22nd Dec. 1812 - (possesses J. White chapbook text;) Guisarding at Edinburgh]
045 * The Letters of Sir Walter Scott 1825-1826 [ed. by Herbert Grierson, 1935, pp.445-447 - 7th Mar. 1826 - (every New Year's Day at Abbotsford, Melrose;) Guisards at Edinburgh]
046 * The Letters of Sir Walter Scott 1826-1828 [ed. by Herbert Grierson, 1936, p.98 - 7th Sep. 1826 - (New Year's Day at Abbotsford, Melrose;) Edinburgh fragment]
047 * The Scot Abroad [by John Hill Burton, 1864, Vol.I p.309fn - [Liberton] fragment, in his youth - informed by his friend [Anon]]
048 * Two Bannatyne Garlands from Abbotsford [by Sir Walter Scott [1st Baronet], 1848, p.5 - 'Captain Ward and the Rainbow' - "guisarding" at [Edinburgh], when he was a boy]
049 * Yule and Hogmanay [by [Anon], in Hogg's Weekly Instructor, Vol.VI No.153, 29th Jan. 1848, pp.361-363 - [Edinburgh ?] fragment; (superseded by Norval and Glenalvon [i.e. Douglas], by John Home)]

Peeblesshire

050 * Popular Rhymes of Scotland [3rd edition][Select Writings of Robert Chambers Vol.7] [ed. by Robert Chambers, 1847, pp.(306 - "guizards" (non-play);) 299-306 - Peebles text; (Falkirk fragment;) (West of Scotland fragment;) citation of Hone; citation of Sandys; (306-310 - extract from Scott)]
051 * Round the Grange Farm [Broughton Place Farm]: or, Good Old Times [by Jean L. Watson, 1872, pp.257-258, xv - at [Broughton]]
052 * The Popular Rhymes of Scotland, [1st edition] [by Robert Chambers, 1826, p.300 - 'Specimens of Unpublished Classes of Popular Rhymes']

Perthshire

053 * Additions to The Games of Argyleshire [sic] [by R.C. MacLagan, in Folk-Lore, Vol.XVI No.2, Jun. 1905, pp.211-216 - fragment; (extract from , by J.F. L., in Scotsman, 31st Dec. 1902 - [Angus] text)]

Renfrewshire

054 * Old Greenock Characters - Second Series [extract from Donald, 1930]

Roxburghshire

055 * A Few Reminiscences of my Early Life, by William Renton, 1926 [internet only] [Morebattle text]
056 * Bibliography of Works relating to, or published in, Hawick; [offprint] [by James Sinton, 1908, p.4 - citation of The Teviotdale Guizards, by the late R. Murray, in Border Magazine, Vol.VIII, pp.219-220 - text]
057 * Bibliography of] Works relating to, or published in, Hawick [index to Transactions of the Hawick Archaeological Society, 1908 - books]
058 * Border Sketches [by [Anon][Nina Minto][Emma Eleanor Elizabeth Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound][3rd Countess of Minto], 1870, p.68 - [at Minto House, Minto ?]]
059 * Christmas Mummers [by W. E., in Notes and Queries, 5th Ser. Vol.IV No.104, 25th Dec. 1875, pp.506-507 - Gizards or Guisards in Teviotdale; (citation of Galations, by James Maidment, 1835)]
060 * Christmas Mummers [by W. E., in Notes and Queries, 5th Ser. Vol.V No.111, 12th Feb. 1876, p.133]
061 * Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart [by [J.G. Lockhart], Vol.V, 1837, p.385 - 'Extracts from Captain Hall's Journal' - 1st Jan. 1825 - Hogmanay at Abbotsford, Melrose]
062 * Review of "Some Ancient Christmas Carols," [1st edition] coll. by Davies Gilbert [by [William Jerdan], in London Literary Gazette,, No.304, 16th Nov. 1822, p.721 - [Kelso ?] fragment]
063 * Scottish Borders Memory Bank [Track 12 - Audio of Jim Hall's dictated interview and transcript of Crailing Guiserts' play - including the text.]
064 * Supplement to the Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Editions of the Encyclopaedia Britannica [Vol.III, 1824, p.629 - 'Drama', by [Anon][Sir Walter Scott][1st Baronet] - "like the ancient "Morrice-dancers" of England, or the "Guisards" of Scotland of Scotland, who have not as yet totally disused similar revels."]
065 * The Burlesque of "Galatian." The Guisards of Scotland : (No.2) [by Principal [of the University of Aberdeen][William Duguid] Geddes, in Scottish Notes and Queries, Vol.II No.11, Apr. 1889, pp.163-165 - extract from Scotsman, 2nd Jan. 1889 - Hawick text; (extract from Chambers - Peebles text)]
066 * The Christmas Play of "The Seven Champions" [by S. Arnott, in Notes & Queries, 5th Ser. Vol.X No.260, 21st Dec. 1878, p.489 - (Hollington text; extract from article, by Dr Rimbault, in Bow Bells, Christmas No., 1869;) extract from Life of Scott, ed. by Lockhart]
067 * The Goloshans [citation of Emily Lyle, in Tocher, No.32, Winter 1979-1980, pp.107-112 - Melrose & Morebattle texts from Sound Archive]
068 * The Letters of Sir Walter Scott 1817-1819 [ed. by Herbert Grierson, 1933, p.287 - 1st Jan. 1819 - Hogmanay at Abbotsford, Melrose]
069 * The Letters of Sir Walter Scott 1823-1825 [ed. by Herbert Grierson, 1935, p.144 - 2nd Jan. 1824 - New Year's Day at Abbotsford, Melrose]
070 * The Letters of Sir Walter Scott 1825-1826 [ed. by Herbert Grierson, 1935, pp.445-447 - 7th Mar. 1826 - every New Year's Day at Abbotsford, Melrose; (Guisards at Edinburgh)]
071 * The Letters of Sir Walter Scott 1826-1828 [ed. by Herbert Grierson, 1936, p.98 - 7th Sep. 1826 - New Year's Day at Abbotsford, Melrose; (Edinburgh fragment)]
072 * The Letters of Sir Walter Scott 1828-1831 [ed. by Herbert Grierson, 1936, p.282 - 31st Dec. 1829 - Hogmanay at Abbotsford, Melrose]

Shetland

073 * A Description of the Shetland Islands, [by Samuel Hibbert, 1822, pp.554-560 - informed by a lady [Anon]]
074 * A Voyage Round the Coasts of Scotland and the Isles [by James Wilson, 1842, Vol.II pp.352-366]
075 * Buckhaven [by [Sir Walter Scott][1st Baronet], in Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Vol.II No.XII, Mar. 1818, p.627 - see his memoirs]
076 * Dr James Scott, Md. Rn. (1785-1859) and the Papa Stour Sword Dance [citation of Paul Smith, at Taking Shetland out of the Box : Island Cultures and Shetland Identity, Lerwick, 7th-10th May 2009]
077 * Memoirs of the Life of Sir Walter Scott, Bart [by [J.G. Lockhart], Vol.III, 1837, pp.162-163 - 7th Aug. 1814 - at Papa Stour]
078 * Memorial of the Royal Progress in Scotland [by Sir Thomas Dick Lauder, 1843, pp.232-233 - he voyaged with James Wilson; citation of A Voyage Round the Coasts of Scotland and the Isles, Vol.II p.355]
079 * Popular Rhymes of Scotland [3rd edition][Select Writings of Robert Chambers Vol.7] [ed. by Robert Chambers, 1847, pp.(306 - "guizards" (non-play);) (299-306 - (Peebles text;) (Falkirk fragment;) (West of Scotland fragment;) citation of Hone; citation of Sandys;) 306-310 - extract from Scott]
080 * Re: Papa Stour [citation of Trevor Stone, in The Morris Dancer, Vol.1 No.11, Nov. 1981]
081 * Re: Papa Stour [citation of Keith Chandler, in The Morris Dancer, Vol.1 No.11, Nov. 1981]
082 * Shetland : Descriptive and Historical; [3rd edition only ?] [by Robert Cowie, 1879, p.187 - "Sword Dance" at Papa Stour, until within the last twenty years]
083 * The Oxonian in Iceland; [by Rev Frederick Metcalfe, 1861, p.23]
084 * The Papa Stour Sword Dance : some notes on its recent history [citation of Keith Chandler, in The Morris Dancer, Vol.1 No.10, Aug. 1981]
085 * The Pirate : A Melo Dramatic Romance, [by Thomas Dibdin, 1822, p.41]
086 * The Pirate [Waverley Novels, Magnum Opus edition, Vols.XXIV-XXV] [by Sir Walter Scott [1st Baronet], 1831, Vol.I [of 2], pp.266-271 - text, 1788 - informed by Dr [James] Scott]
087 * The Sword Dance of Papa Stour, Shetland [citation of Ivor Allsop, in Folk Music Journal, Vol.3 No.4, 1978, pp.324-342]
088 * The Sword-Dance : Papa Stour, Shetland [index to Alfred W. Johnston, in Old-lore Miscellany of Orkney, Shetland, Caithness and Sutherland, Vol.V Pt.IV, Oct. 1912, pp.175-185]
089 * The Sword-Dance : Papa Stour, Shetland [by Alfred W. Johnston, in Old-lore Miscellany of Orkney, Shetland, Caithness and Sutherland, Vol.V Pt.IV, Oct. 1912, pp.175-185 - extract from Hibbert; extract from Memoirs of Scott; extract from Scott; extract from Wilson; extract from Shetland, by Cowie, 1879, p.187]
090 * The Very Old Manuscript: A Re-Examination of the Relationship between Samuel Hibbert’s and Sir Walter Scott's Descriptions of the Sword-Dance from Papa Stour, Shetland [citation of Michael J. Preston, at Taking Shetland out of the Box : Island Cultures and Shetland Identity, Lerwick, 7th-10th May 2009]

Stirlingshire

091 * Bibliographical List of the Various Publications by James Maidment, Esquire, Advocate, from the Years M.DCCC.XVII to M.DCCC.LIX [by Thomas George Stevenson, 1859, p.15 - citation of Galations, 1835]
092 * Christmas Mummers [by W. E., in Notes and Queries, 5th Ser. Vol.IV No.104, 25th Dec. 1875, pp.506-507 - (Gizards or Guisards in Teviotdale;) citation of Galations, by James Maidment, 1835]
093 * Daft Days [by John Wood Reddock, in The Every-Day Book;, Vol.II, 18??, cols.18-21 - Falkirk text]
094 * Galoshins : A New Year Play from Kippen [by Emily Lyle, in Tocher, No.36/37, 1982, pp.380-383 - Kippen text from Sound Archive, including Audio of the introductory song]
095 * Galoshins : A New Year Play from Kippen [citation of Emily Lyle, in Tocher, No.36-37, 1982, pp.380-383 - Kippen text from Sound Archive]
096 * Old Faces, Old Places, and Old Stories of Stirling : Second Series [by William Drysdale, 1899, pp.79-80 - 'New Year Customs : Guising' - "guisers" or "guizards"]
097 * Popular Rhymes of Scotland [3rd edition][Select Writings of Robert Chambers Vol.7] [ed. by Robert Chambers, 1847, pp.(306 - "guizards" (non-play);) 299-306 - (Peebles text;) Falkirk fragment; (West of Scotland fragment;) citation of Hone; citation of Sandys; (306-310 - extract from Scott)]
098 * Profile of a Parish [Baldernock] [comp. by Jean Stewart, 1974, p.27 - fragment]
099 * Scran [image archive] [illustration from Bob McCutcheon Collection [Search for 'Galoshins'] - Subscription required]
100 * The Guisers in Stirling [by James Lucas, in The Stirling Antiquary, Vol.I, 1893, pp.67-69, 42 - extract from The Stirling Sentinel - as Galations, by James Maidment, 1835]
101 * The History of Stirlingshire [3rd edition only] [by Nimmo, 1880]

West Lothian

102 * The Goloshans [citation of Emily Lyle, in Tocher, No.32, Winter 1979-1980, pp.107-112 - Broxburn fragment from Sound Archive]

[General]

103 * A further Explanation of the Word Hagmenai [by B. A., in Gentleman's Magazine: & Historical Chronicle, Vol.LX Pt.2:Jul, Jul.-Dec. 1790, p.616 - "guisarts"]
104 * An Essay on Masquerade [by [Anon], in London Magazine, Vol.XLIII [No.-], Feb. 1774, p.81 - "Guisearts"]
105 * Ancient Scottish Poems [1770, p.286 - gysarts]
106 * Chambers's Book of Days [US edition] [ed. by R. Chambers, 1879, Vol.II p.789 - 'New-year's Eve, or Hogmanay' - "guisers" or "guizards" in Scotland on Hogmanay, but also Christmas, New-year's Day and Handsel Monday]
107 * Children's Rhymes Children's Games Children's Songs Children's Stories : A Book for Bairns and Big Folk [2nd edition] [by Robert Ford, 1904, pp.94-100 - '"The Goloshans"']
108 * Dictionary of the Scots Language [Comprises A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue, 1931-2002 & The Scottish National Dictionary,1931-1976 - Search for 'gysar', 'guyser', 'galatian', 'guiser' and 'mumming']
109 * Galoshins : The Scottish Death-and-Revival Play Performed by Boys at Yule or Hallowe'en [Book for sale: by Emily Lyle, in Masks and Mumming in the Nordic Area, ed. by Terry Gunnell, 2007, pp.733-741]
110 * Galoshins Remembered [Book for sale: ed. by Emily Lyle, 2011 - from Sound Archive]
111 * Galoshins: The Scottish Folk Play [by Brian Hayward. Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 1992 - Subscription required for Questia]
112 * Highland Superstitions [by [Anon], in Belle Assemblee, New Ser. Vol.XXI [No.-], Mar. 1820, p.128 - "guizarts"]
113 * Letters to the Editor : The Pace-Eggers [by Scotus [pseud], in The Spectator, 20th Apr. 1889, p.542 - citation of Scottish Notes and Queries, Mar. & Apr. & May 1889]
114 * Observations on Popular Antiquities: [with additions] [by John Brand, rev. by Henry Ellis, 1813, Vol.I pp.350-354 - 'Hagmena' - fnF - extract from Hagmenai, by B. A., in Gentleman's Magazine: & Historical Chronicle, Vol.LX Pt.2:Jul, Jul.-Dec. 1790, p.616]
115 * Popular Rhymes of Scotland [3rd edition][Select Writings of Robert Chambers Vol.7] [ed. by Robert Chambers, 1847, pp.(306 - "guizards" (non-play);) 299-306 - (Peebles text;) (Falkirk fragment;) West of Scotland fragment; citation of Hone; citation of Sandys; (306-310 - extract from Scott)]
116 * Scotsheets 2 [Pack for sale:]
117 * Scottish Guising: Medieval And Modern Theatre Games [by Sarah Carpenter, in International Journal of Scottish Theatre, Vol.2 No.2, Dec. 2001]
118 * Sketch-book of the North [by George Eyre-Todd, 1890]
119 * The Ballad Minstrelsy of Scotland [ed. by [Robert Alison], 1871, pp.xv-xvi - "Galatians" or "Galashins" South-west Scotland fragment; may derive their name from "Galashin" who was the brother of "Kemp Owyne"]
120 * The Book of Days [? edition] [ed. by R. Chambers, 1869, Vol.II - Guisers or Guizards in Scotland at Christmas, Hogmanay, New-year's Day and Handsel Monday]
121 * The Burlesque of "Galatian." The Guisards of Scotland : (No.3) [by Principal [of the University of Aberdeen][William Duguid] Geddes, in Scottish Notes and Queries, Vol.II No.12, May 1889, pp.177-179 - citation of (Rambles in the Far North, by R.Menzies Fergusson, p.158;) Galations, by James Maidment, 1835; (Yorkshire Notes and Queries, Apr. & Jul. 1888;) Scottish Gallovidian Encyclopedia, by John MacTaggart, 1824]
122 * The Scottish Folk Drama Galoshins in Southern Scotland [Book for sale: by Brian Hayward, in Oral Literature and Performance Culture, eds. by John Beech et al., 2007]

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