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NELSON, Andrew Abernethy II .

NELSON, Andrew Abernethy II .

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  • Name NELSON, Andrew Abernethy 
    Suffix II . 
    Born Abt 1830  Comber, County Down, Northern Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • Off daughter Margaret NELSON's birth certificate and his Death Cert.
    Gender Male 
    Emigration 8 Feb 1855  Liverpool, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [1
    Emigration record of A.A. NELSON
    Emigration record of A.A. NELSON
    May 1855
    Immigration 13 May 1855  Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [2, 3
    Aboard the "Ultonia" (unassisted) 

    May 13. - Ultonia, ship, 1404 tons, S. Taylor, from Liverpool 8th February. Passengers - cabin: Mr. and Mrs. Bateman, Mr. and Mrs. Hoskin and child, Mr. and Mrs. Horsfall and family ; and one hundred and fifty-two in the intermediate and steerage. R. and P. Turnbull, agents.
    Newspaper article 18 Mar 1859  Hopkins River, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [4
    Domestic Intelligence. Large Fish. 
    Domestic Intelligence. Large Fish.
    Large Fish
    Newspaper article 4 Apr 1862  Hopkins River, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [5
    Sale of cottage, boat & fishing equipment 
    Sale of cottage, boat & fishing equipment
    Sale of cottage, boat & fishing equipment
    Warrnambool Examiner
    4 Apr 1862
    Page 3
    Newspaper article 16 Dec 1862  Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [6
    Disolution of Partnership - Witness 
    Disolution of Partnership - Witness
    Disolution of Partnership - Witness
    The Warrnambool Examiner (Vic.:1853 - 1878)
    16 Dec 1862
    Page 3
    Newspaper article 20 Nov 1866  Hopkins River, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [7
    Anglers society
    Anglers society
    The Warrnambool Examiner (Vic.:1853 - 1878)
    20 Nov 1866
    Page 2
    Newspaper article 17 May 1867  Hopkins River, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [8
    Warrnambool Police Court - Illegal Netting 
    Warrnambool Police Court - Illegal Netting
    Warrnambool Police Court - Illegal Netting
    The Warrnambool Examiner (Vic.:1853 - 1878)
    17 May 1867
    Page 2
    Newspaper article 29 Sep 1868  Hopkins River, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [9
    Warrnambool Police Court - Illegal Netting 
    Warrnambool Police Court - Illegal Netting
    Warrnambool Police Court - Illegal Netting
    The Warrnambool Examiner (Vic.:1853 - 1878)
    29 Sep 1868
    Page 2
    Newspaper article 2 Oct 1868  Hopkins River, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [10
    Warrnambool Police Court - Assault and Illegal netting. 
    Warrnambool Police Court - Assault and Illegal netting.
    Warrnambool Police Court - Assault and Illegal netting.
    The Warrnambool Examiner (Vic.:1853 - 1878)
    2 Oct 1868
    Page 3
    Newspaper article 9 Oct 1868  Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [11
    Anglers Society 
    Anglers Society
    Anglers Society
    Newspaper article 11 Nov 1870  Lake Gillear, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [12
    Warrnambool Police Court - Cutting down trees. 
    Warrnambool Police Court - Cutting down trees.
    Warrnambool Police Court - Cutting down trees.
    Warrnambool Examiner
    11 Nov 1870
    Page 3
    Newspaper article 16 Dec 1870  Hopkins River, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [13
    Warrnambool Police Court - Illegal Netting 
    Warrnambool Police Court - Illegal Netting
    Warrnambool Police Court - Illegal Netting
    The Warrnambool Examiner (Vic.:1853 - 1878)
    16 Dec 1870
    Supplement
    Newspaper article 8 Nov 1872  Hopkins River, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [14
    Eleven serviceable boats 
    Eleven serviceable boats
    Eleven serviceable boats
    Warrnambool Examiner
    8 Nov 1872
    Page 2
    Occupation 1875  Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Farmer 
    Reference Number w4k_38 
    Died 21 Jun 1875  Hopkins River, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [15, 16, 17
    Age: 44 
    Cause: Aneurism of the Heart 
    Address:
    His residence, where Bostock St. joins Simpson St
    Warrnambool, Vic 3280
    Australia 
    Death certificate of Andrew Anernethy NELSON (II)
    Death notice for Andrew Abernethy NELSON.
    Buried 23 Jun 1875  Independent, section 11, grave 035,Warrnambool cemetery, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  [18, 19, 20
    • His funeral was well attended, about 100 persons in a procession which included upwards of 30 members of the "Protestant alliance friendly society" who bore the coffin in relays of four (4) to a team on their shoulders from his residence to the present site - The Rev. Combs conducted the funeral service and this was followed by a beautiful Protestant Alliance Service read by the Rev. W A Whitney Chaplain.
    Andrew NELSON, Llewellyn KING and Jeannie KING
    Andrew NELSON, Llewellyn KING and Jeannie KING
    (Jeannie nee NELSON)
    Plot: Meth D #1005
    Person ID I300  We 4 Kings
    Last Modified 5 Aug 2019 

    Father NELSON, Andrew Abernethy I .,   b. Abt 1806,   d. Aft 1831  (Age ~ 26 years) 
    Mother KENNEDY, Mary .,   b. Est 1806,   d. Aft 1831  (Age ~ 26 years) 
    Family ID F673  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family MANN, Frances Maria .,   b. 6 May 1829, Gloucestershire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 May 1900, “Waveney”, Mills Street, Albert Park, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 71 years) 
    Married Jul 1848  Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England Find all individuals with events at this location  [21
    Children 
    +1. NELSON, Henry,   b. 1852, Gloucestershire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 28 Oct 1900, Kalgoorlie, Western Australia, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 48 years)  [Putative]
     2. NELSON, Jane .,   b. Dec 1854, Clifton, Gloucestershire, England Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 8 Feb 1923, Russell's Creek, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 68 years)
     3. NELSON, William James,   b. 1859, Wangoom, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location
     4. NELSON, Margaret,   b. 12 Aug 1862, Wangoom, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 20 Jan 1955, Dandenong Hospital, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 92 years)
     5. NELSON, Andrew Abernethy III,   b. 1866, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1945  (Age < 79 years)
     6. NELSON, Clara Alice Annie,   b. 27 Apr 1870, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 8 Dec 1944, Ivanhoe, Victoria, Australia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 74 years)
    Last Modified 28 Feb 2018 
    Family ID F457  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

  • Event Map Click to display
    Link to Google MapsMarried - Jul 1848 - Tetbury, Gloucestershire, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsEmigration - 8 Feb 1855 - Liverpool, England Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsImmigration - Aboard the "Ultonia" (unassisted) - 13 May 1855 - Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper article - Domestic Intelligence. Large Fish. - 18 Mar 1859 - Hopkins River, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper article - Sale of cottage, boat & fishing equipment - 4 Apr 1862 - Hopkins River, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper article - Disolution of Partnership - Witness - 16 Dec 1862 - Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper article - 20 Nov 1866 - Hopkins River, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper article - Warrnambool Police Court - Illegal Netting - 17 May 1867 - Hopkins River, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper article - Warrnambool Police Court - Illegal Netting - 29 Sep 1868 - Hopkins River, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper article - Warrnambool Police Court - Assault and Illegal netting. - 2 Oct 1868 - Hopkins River, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper article - Anglers Society - 9 Oct 1868 - Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper article - Warrnambool Police Court - Cutting down trees. - 11 Nov 1870 - Lake Gillear, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper article - Warrnambool Police Court - Illegal Netting - 16 Dec 1870 - Hopkins River, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsNewspaper article - Eleven serviceable boats - 8 Nov 1872 - Hopkins River, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsOccupation - Farmer - 1875 - Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsDied - Age: 44 - 21 Jun 1875 - Hopkins River, Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia Link to Google Earth
    Link to Google MapsBuried - 23 Jun 1875 - Independent, section 11, grave 035,Warrnambool cemetery, Victoria, Australia Link to Google Earth
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    Andrew Abernethy NELSON
    Andrew Abernethy NELSON

  • Sources 
    1. [S177] The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957), 4.
      The Argus
      SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (1855, May 14)
      Page 4
      http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article4808080

    2. [S15] Index of Unassisted Inward Passenger Lists for British, Foreign and New Zealand Ports 1852-1923, State Government of Victoria, (Public Record Office Victoria).
      Family Name First Name Age Month Year Ship Port Fiche Page
      NELSON A A A MAY 1855 ULTONIA B 093 003

    3. [S157] Inward Overseas Passenger Lists (British Ports) [Microfiche Copy of VPRS 947], Public Record Office of Victoria, (VPRS 7666).
      Port of Embarkation.: Liverpool
      Number.: 761
      Name of Passengers.: A A Nelson
      Adults.: 1
      Children.:
      Infants:
      Profession.: Labourer
      Nationality : Scotch
      Port Contracted to.: Melbourne

    4. [S195] The Warrnambool Examiner (Vic.:1853 - 1878), Page 2, 18 Mar 1859.
      Large Fish. - Nelson and mate, the Hopkins fishermen, caught a splendid kingfish in their net in the Hopkins last week. The fish weighed upwards of fifty poulds when gutted, and was sold at sixpence per lb.
      The warrnambool Examiner~~18 Mar 1859~~Page 2

    5. [S195] The Warrnambool Examiner (Vic.:1853 - 1878), Page 3, 4 Apr 1862.
      Samuel MacGreggor Has been instructed by Mr. A. Nelson to sell by public auction on WEDNESDAY next, the 9th April, 1862, at twelvve o'clock, noon, on the premises at the Hopkins Fishing Station.
      1 HORSE and 1 MARE, quiet in saddle or harness.
      1 spring cart and harness
      1 three roomed cottage; can be ?
      1 two roomed cottage; do do
      1 boat with oars, fishing nets
      Chairs, tables, bedstead and bedroom furniture
      A large ?? of ?? ??
      10 ?ouple very fine fowls
      Some very fine goats
      A lot of pigs &c.
      Terms at sale.

    6. [S195] The Warrnambool Examiner (Vic.:1853 - 1878), Page 3, 16 Dec 1862.
      Disolution of Partnership.
      The partnership hitherto existing between Thomas Johnson and Alfred Lanagan is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All debts due to the firm of Johnson and Co. to be paid to Thomas Johnson.
      Thomas Johnson.
      Alfred Lanagan.
      Witness - A. A. Nelson,
      December 9, 1862

    7. [S195] The Warrnambool Examiner (Vic.:1853 - 1878), Page 2, 20 Nov 1866.
      Anglers' Society. - At a meeting of the society, held on Friday evening last, it was resolved that the reward of

    8. [S195] The Warrnambool Examiner (Vic.:1853 - 1878), Page 2, 17 May 1867.
      WARRNAMBOOL POLICE OFFICE.
      Tuesday, May 14, 1867.
      Before the Police Magistrate and Ernest Bostock, Esq., J. P.
      Richard Price and Robert Nelson, two fishermen residing on the Hopkins, were charged with illegally fishing with a net, in the Hopkins, on the night of the 9th May, instant, contrary to the provisions of the Fisheries Act. &c.
      Mr. W. Ardlie appeared on behalf of Mr. F. Breckon, who was the prosecutor.
      The accused pleaded guilty to the charge and although no evidence was given, we may as well state the facts, which are as follows:- Some few months ago, when another Hopkins fisherman named Carey was prosecuted and fined, and his nets forfeited by order of the Warrnambool Bench, Price was the informer, and ever-since then both he and Nelson have pretended with the greatest hypocrisy, that they were always on the look-out to detect anyone breaking the law. On Thursday week night, however, the fishermen were as nicely caught as two men could be. Mr. Breckon, Mr. Stewart, and another party, watched them from the banks of the river, and saw them putting about in a boat. The Culprits found out they were watched, and landed, going up at once to Mr. Breckon's party, saying that some of the fellows were about that night, and they (Price and Nelson) would see if they could not catch them. The watchers replied that it was rather too late to catch anyone, and it would be best to go home, making a feint to do so. completely thrown off their guard, Nelson and Price then went to work with their fishing, and just as they were stepping out of the boat, after making a haul of some 14 dozen fish, the watchers coolly presented themselves, and we believe the deposement was something good.
      As we before remarked, the accused pleaded guilty. Price at the same time addressing the magistrates as follows:- "Yes your Worships, I admit that we are guilty, but (sob) we saw a fine break of fish in the river, and were induced to make a shot. We are both very badly off (sob) your worships, (sob) and tried just for once (sob) to earn a few shillings." (sobs in quantity.)
      This ensuing appeal "told" well with the Bench, for to the surprise of almost everyone, the accused were only fined

    9. [S195] The Warrnambool Examiner (Vic.:1853 - 1878), Page 2, 29 Sep 1868.
      In the Police Court this morning, the Collector of Customs will proceed against: A. A. nelson, a fisherman, for Illegally netting fish in the Hopkins River.

    10. [S195] The Warrnambool Examiner (Vic.:1853 - 1878), Page 3, 2 Oct 1868.
      A. A. Nelson was summoned by J.P.Cave for assault, in Mr. Yeoman's Farmers' Hotel. The offence was proved, and as the charged was not pressed, defendant was fined 10s only.

      The same defendant (A. A. Nelson) was charged by the Commissioner of Customs with netting in the Hopkins River. Mr. Worrall appeared for the prosecution; Mr. Savage for the defence. Mr. Breckon, as a member of the Anglers Society, gave evidence to the effect that on the 24th September he watched all night on the banks of the river, and between four and five in the morning, he saw Nelson get into a boat, and proceed up the river, where there was a net stretched all across. Defendant brought it to his boat, and a second net was afterwards found. In order to be armed with some authority, Mr. Breckon returned to town, and procured from Mr. Musgrove a writ of assistance (signed by the Chief Justice), which was granted to Breckon, and one of the nets was seized. Mr. Savage acknowledged the charge, but urged that defendant thought there would be no watch set on the river until a reply had been received from a petition to the Government - respecting opening the river. The Bench considered that the law had been broken, and fined Nelson 5 pound, with 1 pound 8s 6d courts and all his nets to be destroyed. In default of payment, three months imprisonment. The fine was paid.

    11. [S195] The Warrnambool Examiner (Vic.:1853 - 1878), Page 3, 9 Oct 1868.
      ANGLERS' SOCIETY.
      ----------------------
      ...
      Mr. J.P.Cave, honorary secretary, stated that though Mr. A.A.Nelson had repeatedly been fined at the police court and his nets destroyed, he had already secured other nets.
      ...
      The warrnambool Examiner~~10 Feb 1868~~Page 3

    12. [S93] Newspaper Article, Page 3, 11 Nov 1870.
      Warrnambool Police Court.
      Tuesday, November 8th, 1870.
      (Before Mr. H. B. Lane, P.M.)
      Crown Lands Bailiff v. Andrew Nelson, John McDougall and James akley. The three defendants were charged with cutting timber on Crown Lands without a license. Constable Dronght (Crown Lands Bailiff) ???ed that he had found the defendants comitting the above offence on the 1st instant, & Lake Gillear. He returned to the spot on the 3rd, and discovered Oakley continuing the practice, in defiance of the warning he had received, The Magistrate remarked that it was necessary ?? measures should be taken to preserve the timber along the coast, in order to prevent the encroachment of sand. A fine of 5s each was inflicted on the two first-named defendants, and Oakley, for the double offence, was fined 10s.

    13. [S195] The Warrnambool Examiner (Vic.:1853 - 1878), Page 5 (Suppliment), 16 Dec 1870.
      WARRNAMBOOL POLICE COURT.
      Tuesday, December 13th, 1870
      (Before Mr. H.R.Lane, P.M.)
      --------------------------------------------
      ILLEGAL NETTING IN THE HOPKINS.
      Richard Price was summoned by Andrew A. Nelson for Illegally fishing with nets in the river Hopkins. Mr. W. Ardlle appeared for the complainant, and Mr. Savage for the defendant. The case was brought under the 11th section of the Fishery Statute.
      Andrew Nelson, sworn, stated, I am appointed by the Warrnambool Anglers Society to watch the river Hopkins. On the 6th of this month, as I was walking, I fancied I heard a boat on the river, and on going over the bridge I saw a boat landing on the opposite shore, with the defendant in it. I observed the defendant get out and take a hoard of nets with him, which placed on the roadside , in the direction of his house. On coming up with Price I wished him
      Warrnambool Examiner~~16 Dec 1870~~Suppliment

    14. [S93] Newspaper Article, Page 2, 8 Nov 1872.
      Mr. Nelson informed us that he has eleven serviceable boats now in readiness, all of which have recently undergone complete overhaul, and are neatly painted. He has also a comfortable buggy for the conveyance of passengers from town to the river. At his residence he is erecting stabling and sheds for vehicles; so that in a very short tine he will have a complete establishment. The old system of searching for bait, and thus wasting valuable time is now obviated, baits of various kinds - shrimps, crayfish, mullet, &c - are now provided when boats are hired; therefore no delay is caused, you merely choose your boat and pull up to the many fishing places on the river. With the complete fleets of Mr. Nelson and Mr. Everett, we anticipate the Hopkins will be extensively patronised this season. For those desirous of an afternoon's healthy recreation we comment them to pay a visit to the Hopkins.
      Warrnambool Examiner~~8 Nov 1872~~Page 2

    15. [S2] Certificate of Death, 9253, 1875.
      SCHEDULE B
      DEATHS in the District of Warrnambool, in the Colony of
      Victoria, Regestered by: Michael J Ryan.
      --------------
      No.: 515
      --------------
      When died: Twenty first June 1875
      Where died: Borough of Warrnambool county Villias
      Name and Surname: Andrew Abbernathy Nelson
      Occupation: Farmer
      Sex and Age: male 44 years
      --------------
      Cause of death: Aneurism of the Heart
      Duration of last illness: 3 Months
      GP whom certified death: Mr Loftus
      When he last saw deceased: 19 June 1875
      --------------
      Name and surname of father: Andrew Abbernathy Nelson
      Mother (maiden name, if known),: Mary Nelson M.N. Kennedy
      Occupation: Farmer
      --------------
      9253
      --------------
      Signature of informant: J Nelson
      Description: Daughter
      Residence: Warrnambool
      --------------
      Signature of Registrar: m j Ryan
      Date: 30th June 1875
      Where Registered: Warrnambool
      --------------
      If Burial Registered-
      When buried: 23rd June 1875
      Where: Warrnambool
      Undertaker: Beattie
      Name and religion of Minister: Rev. M coombs Independant
      or Whitness: Phillips
      --------------
      Where born: Co. Down Ireland
      How long in Australian states: twenty years
      Stating which: in Victoria
      --------------
      If deceased was married-
      Where: Tedbury, Gloucestershire, England
      At what age: 20 years
      To Whom: Fanny Maria Mann
      Conjugal Condition at Date of Death:
      Issue in order of birth, the names and ages:
      Jane 23
      Harry 22
      William 16
      Margaret 12
      Andrew 9
      Clara 5

    16. [S34] Pioneer Index. Victoria 1836 - 1888, The Crown in the state of Victoria, (Macbeth Genealogical Services P/L), 9253, 1875.
      Surname: NELSON
      Given Names: Andrew Abberneathy
      Event: D
      Spouse Surname/Father: Andrew Abber
      Spouse Gvn Names/Mother: Mary KENNEDY
      Age: 44
      Sex:
      Birth Place: DOWN
      Death Place:
      Year: 1875
      Reg Number: 9253
      Denomination:
      Parish:
      Fiche:

    17. [S195] The Warrnambool Examiner (Vic.:1853 - 1878), Page 2, 23 Jun 1875.
      Nelson. - On the 21st June, at his residence,
      Hopkins River, Warrnambool, after a short illness, from anurism of the heart, Mr. Andrew Abernethy Nelson, boat propietor, aged 44 years.
      [The funeral will leave his residence for the Cemetery this day, Wednesday at Four p.m.
      Warrnambool Examiner~~23 Jun 1875~~Page 2

    18. [S105] Tombstone Inscription.
      Sacred
      to
      the memory of
      Andrew Abernethy NELSON
      who died at his residence Hopkins River
      on the 21st June 1875
      Aged 44 years
      -----*-----
      Silent alas art thou whose loss we morn
      gone to the place from whence theres no return
      While o'er thy grave we drop a silent tear
      forgive the wish that we would have kept the here.
      ALSO
      LLEWELLYN
      beloved husband of
      Jeannie King (nee Nelson)
      Who died at Russells creek Warrnambool
      9th October 1919 aged 70 years
      -----*-----
      Peace perfect peace
      ALSO
      JEANNIE
      Beloved wife of the above
      Who died at Russells creek Warrnambool
      8th Feby. 1923 Aged 72 years
      -----*-----
      The Lord is my shepheard.

      Errected by
      Fanny Maria Nelson in loving remberance of
      her beloved husband.
      (Jeannie nee NELSON)

    19. [S107] Warrnambool Cemetery Database.
      IND 11 035
      INDEPENDENT
      NELSON
      ANDREW A.
      23/06/75 00:00
      BURIAL
      OCCUPIED
      N/K
      M
      INDEPENDENT
      11
      033

    20. [S109] Warrnambool Cemetery grave plans 1854-1988 [microform], Corangamite Regional Library Service, (The Corongamite Regional Library Service, 100 Gellibrand St., Colac, Vic. 3250.), ISBN:0731672399 (not printed on item).
      Independent 11,

      #32 - O'Keefe SBC + UNC + SBC (III)

      #33 - King L (SBC) + O'Keefe Nelson (II)

      #34 - King Jeanine Nelson Fanny

      #35 - Nelson Andrew King Llewlyn (II)

    21. [S66] Record of Marriage, 11 / 541, Jul/Aug/Sep.


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