The 'encoding' option seems not to be doing much. Request is sent in
UTF-8 and response encoding is determined by the encoding conveyed in
the HTTP header of the response.

In practical terms, you can skip the 'encoding' parameter, expect data
in UTF-8 on the server and set response content type and charset to:

text/html; charset=iso-8859-1

- Baglan
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