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DOMESTIC INTELLIGENCE. CHIMERICAL POLITICS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 March 1829

1DOM ES'TI INTELLIGENCE. CHIMERICAL POLITICS. First, dire Chimeral's conquest was enjoined; A mingled monster of no mortal kind ; Behind, a dragon's fiery tail was spread; A goat's rough body bore a lion's head; Her pitchy nostrils, flaky flames respire; tlei{ gaping throat emits internal fire ! ' (Pope's Homer.) TO MENtOR--ACASTO, alias, Philo Adelphlos' Unibra. SIF you continue to amuse the public with your bombastic lucubrations, your harlequin flourish es of barbarous rhetoric, there is little doubt but our peaceable community will shortly witness a revolution, not in politics however, but in Colo nial literature. You are, without exaggeration, the .mnost daring innovator that ever attempted to alter, by precedent, the established customs of Englishmen, whether in lawt or flans. uage. The public have long, been entertained with your' stormy effusions,. which afford specimens of metaphorical, ranting, and illogical reasoning, that can be surpassed' only by your effrontery in pres...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 March 1829

Aur'ý ends up the country, and to our nrws-carrieri ,. g or friends in Town, ,a valid delivery, ?d?d them, in law respectively ; the same as if put ,"to their own hands. Subscribers who lo not receive teir papers rrealarly, are reguested to complain Jo us by letter (post-paid) and, as far as we can, we will reiaedaa, t/e evil. .But we willnot be answerable for the delivery of oar, Journal in a more effectual .reannre, th. thus set `forth. This is the condition ,c,. whic we sell our.Jozrnal, and of which we A~reby. req'uest all our Subscribers to take notice. The public arc cautioned to pay no money, ior. make any settlement on accoun "of the Proprietor of "thief Journal, without demanding a PRINTEDI receipt. S sitgned "by him in his erta proper hand writing. Mtoney paid on his account without such receipt, will" i ot be given 'ctedit for,.nor .acknowledged in any way. i ?e Saubscribers to this. Journal on resigning it, will have ;y-t, pay'; /or`the remain ecr -of 'the. quarter, whet...

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 March 1829

(Domnestic Ltelli ce coninued.) We'this morning received the following with an, losure of ten guinea. " 'Afew friends of Mr. Hall who approve'of " political principles and public conduct, take tht ý berty of testifyizig the same by presenting l ",a fee"b be paid to Counsel def nI him in hie ' information ex-officio on which he may ,ba Dated at Englishman's Hall, 17th March 1829.: In reply to our unknown Correspondent, g .to say, we trust we are fully sensible of this has and substantiam mark of their approbation; andi-: they will never have just occasion to abate ihi good opinion of. our public labours. Elder v. Dr. Lang'. This trial was decid Irt week, before the Chief Justice. The pla ,i' counsel stated his client sought only to viodiit i character and not damages. A pla of justifi?ic was put in. After an enlightened summinr:igi verdict for-.the plaintiff was brought in o.f C;e?: damnajes but full costs.

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &c. &c. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 March 1829

DIARY. i 4 S ,ME ?MORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMET(ER, &C. &C. TAKEN . Al 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON AND 5 IN THE EVENING" RESPECTIVELY. II High Water, 12 m.p. 6 morn.--46 m. p. 6 af. . Sun rises, 55 in, p. 5, sets; 5 m. p.'6. St. Patrick. H: igh-WaVter,.13 m.p 7 morn--42 m. p, 7 aft Lig1 Water, 10 m. p. 8 Mrn.-;6 m. p. 8 S High Water, 56 ih. p,8 loirn---lO m. p. 8 f [Aft. I Fnll Moon, 56 m. p. 11 Night. , S High Water,,30 min. p. 9 Morn.-50 m. p 9 " c. A'ft. ' Third Sundayin Lent. S High Water, 5 in. p. 10 Morn.-25 m. p. 10 High Water, 45 m. p. 10 Morw.--1 'at Night. SATURDAY ..;...... . 76168974 N. E. Faiir. SUNDAY ..,....... 6 876 Do. Do.: OND.AY ............. 728975 Do. ShDwry. '.TUESDAY ............739072 o. Do'.' WEDNESDAY ..'.'.,. 74 8 75 Do • . Tars.DA.Y ....... 72 90180 W. ' Cloudy. SRAY ......... 708 761SS. E. S Cloudy.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 March 1829

ý.fiR. -Mc'QUEEN begs to inform the i!L Public, that he has on hand, Charring ton's'ale in hogsheads in excellent condition, pale ale in hogsheads, Abbot's strong ale in hogsheads, very excellent porter from the brewery of Barclay and Perkins, ;he whole of which he is. selling on very moderate ,terms for Cash. .Nichols' premises. " March 9, 1829. J IrP lHE undersigned begs to inform Set tlers and others, that he intends ship. ping Wool per Eliza, and is willing to pur chase or make liberal advances upon wools consigned to his father in London. J. HOSKING, 19 Pitt Street. BULL AND MASTIFF DOG. SOST or Stolen, a DOG of the above 1 breed; colour cream, dark spots about the eyes, wiry-hair; will answer to the name of Rough. lHe was missed on Thurs day morning .from my premises in George Street, opposite the old Burial Ground. If .found in any Person's posses sion after this Notise, the dog will be consi dered stolen. A Reward of Three Dollars will be givento any -Person who may pick him...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 March 1829

Our. Advertising Friends' are re Sd us' the, favour of stnd tl tstnir c r~'ionday Advertisements ct ? '?..o clock as possible; ot erwise oaur publishing will be so latein the evening as to give gene ral dissatisfaction. TO CORRESPONDENTS. The iue4 f 'om a Subscriber at Windsor is re ceir.d i:ut the matter if noe trise are libel >: bus. Theretbre the party must give Zis his I.:ne privately, with a pledge to hold by the truth of his statements. IVe are surprised indeed our welt-wishers should transmit ye statenmenls, to 'which they are backward o' Saox their names. Iae willnot publish their 'names, but we wish to know who our Corres.. pondents are, nnder such circunistancei. ~ec;'al 'itt..rs adr!rcss.'d to u.s', are lying in the Post Ofjice, but n;ot bcis 1,ost-paid we cannot draw then... COMMISSAR'IAT DEPARTMENT. Conmissariat Ofice, Sydney, March 7, 1829. - )EltONS, desirous of furnishing for the supply of the Penal and other Settle mheets, ar d for the. Public Service generally,....

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 March 1829

4rriva,.-On Saturday last the 'City of d. rough, from Leith the 1;th of A t 9st, viir?" Town the 22i of February, geered,:. I a from London the 20th of Nov.lherhe pei, from the Isle of Frazicd. the'' d'J', anunarii 'ry Ho'bart Town the 22d.of Febraary, ditt ~','the I field, from London the 24th of September, via Hic Town the.6th .of March, ditto; the Harmnyi, i London the 13th of September, via Hobart,l'Towrn ' 19th of Fehernary, ditto ; the Lambton, from .'i'; T Stephns the 14th inst. 1Departures.-On Monday last the .Darliig, , Port Dalrymple, sundries; the Lamhton: for; ::. Stephens; on Wednesday the Snapper for the Frii}a'. Isles ;-on Friday the City of Ediinorough fos ~ ':il Zealand, ballast; on Sunday the Sophia for thLc( ;:' i? ciety and Sanidwich Islands, ditto. Pr4jected .Departures..-The. William Mlfannait..'?:? for Bataviainthis day; the iknry Wellesley anL?( l· for London the 17th instant; the George Read the Isle of France via Hobart Town, and the:.. i. Canning for Londo...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 March 1829

pRY pockets of ver sperior o n Sale at No. 10 George-street.'. T. ...G. PITMAN, tl E,?$ SYDNEY MONITOR .JO URMI iL FOR SALE. of THEREAS, in June 182'7, the.Propri-. etor and Editor of The Sydney Monitor 0 ·ournal, rented for life ofthe Church War dens of the King's Church of St. Jamnes, -a certain pew, at the yearly rent of Three rounds per annum ; and whereas, the Vene rablc Archdeacon. Scott, did in July last, dispossess the said Proprietor and Editor and. his Family of the said Pew, by force, to wit, by His Mdjesty's Constables ; notwith standing that the law says, 6' the Defendant d1 shall not be ousted of his possession till the bl title be founcd or adjudged for the King;" bl (Bacon, vol. 5. p. 567); and, whereas the bl said Proprietor and Editor made certain comrn- b anents ; as he conceived, and still conceives, so 'comments fair and reasonable, as became a free Press, on the public conduct ofthe said g Vt;uerable Archdeacen Scott in general, and a` on his conduct in regard ...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 March 1829

,The new trial of the civil information in:. ithe Supreme Court of Rex v Hfall, for ,a trespass in a pew in the King's Churm}- of `at. James, took place on Thursday. fitwas ifixed by ,the Attorney and Solicitor G eethl inn the part of the. King, and Mr. Keith for !the Deiendnnt, to be tried before the three ?udgcs'l t Bar on that day.. "Our .readers ill r rohllect,: thtit this cause was tried once efore by t he+.liief J ustice and two assessors. 3i'?iuit of co"ri:ý'ig' t,, a decision,. t'he. Chief Justice' in pronouncing juadgment, said, that the question was one of very great import anCe, and he did not like to come to a deci S-ion ou the law of the case, wi'thout.,the aid of :thit other two Judges. Accordingly, the 'facts were tIoud by, the Court, and a special ..verdict was record~i a . The Solicitor Gereral ,subsequently complained of the verdict not Sbeing sufficiently explicit. After being .ar , fued, time after time, the defendant agreed ??at length to amend the verdict. But ...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 March 1829

SALE BY AUCTION. BY MR S. LYONS, .'_ Wednesday, the 18th instant, at the resi ? d -e of John Maughan, Esq. adjoining Sbe ?ank of New South Wales. ITE ?a RE-? PEIISIAN HORSE SA. Two mares, well-bred, in foal by ditto Ioe Timor mare, with foal by her side, by the pure 'cersian Stallion of the Rajah ) f Saacub, and in foal by Saladin BM.y gelding, sixteen hands, well adapted' ~for a chariot-or pheaton, and goesin siun gle harness good cart, and a, serviceable patk-horse Mae mare (Flora)3 years old One elegant new dennett One tandum, new fancy, with dicky Hlarness for both the above, nearly new !'A fotr-wh1eel gig ?jOae dray complete, with 3 good draught bul locks and yok'e, bows, chains, and har ness, for a team of 5, and well adapted Sfor the mountains )t A good saddle and bridle x,180 Pieces of Russia duck ,60 Bolts of canvas, various Nos, 4 }Barrels of tar 10 Casks prime American beef y Boxes China paper iClaret and other French wines in onedozcn cases Boots Ground and dry Prussian ...

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THE MONITOR. MONDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 16, 1829. TO SIR GEORGE MURRAY, SECRETARY OF STATE FOR THE COLONIES &c. &c. &c. Sydney, New South Wales, March 12, 1829. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 March 1829

E-- . DMOITOR. ' I II- - - lMONJ~AY AFTERNOON, MARCH 16, 1829.- b OIR .EORO MURRAY, SECRETARY OF STATE f FOR THE COLONIES &C. &C. &C. Sdney, Nmrn Soulth Wales, March 12, 1829. e \ Sali, a r; A-Vrei seventeen years residence in this country, fl 'never in a single instance discoverevd, that a com- t plaint against.the. Governors, of these Colonies' ??ad bceen neglected; nor, if well founded, al- t lowed to remain uu-redressed." Such judicious policy in His Majesty's Home Government, is not ' "likely to encourage His Mhajesty's distant sub- t] jects here, to ceine before the King with frivolous' 'complaints. The imnmense space that sepa rates New South Wales from England, and con sequent prospect of a year, or probably years of delay, damps the resentment of the most resent ful, and calms the impatience of the 'most irrita ble. While, therefore, the beneficent attention .our Sovereign has always paid to the complaints of his people here, has doubtless operated o...

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COBBETT'S WEEKLY POLITICAL REGISTER (Continued from our last, page 1528.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 March 1829

COBBETI'S WEEKLY 1?OIATICAL REGISTER - (Continued from our last, page 1528.) The phrase "FRENCH RADICALISM," is worthy of particular attention. It has been ,used by this writer for the purpose of causing it to .be believed, that those persons in England who are called Radicals, ar4.:men like Marat, Robes. pierre, and all the. sanguinary part of 'the French revolutionists; that a 'Radical, is a man who wishes to destroy: the .nobility, to kill the King, to annihilate all property, and introduce bloodshed and atheism. :This has. been the con stant practice of writers of this description ; and such writers have the command of more than nine-tenths of the English press. You -have as sisted this press in this part of its work ; one. half of you have been in the habit of reviling, and the, other half in the habit of ridiculing the radicals of England. .This has proceeded entire ly from the misrepresentations whiclh you have received from this side of the water, and from that propensity, w...

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ENGLISH MISCELLANIES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 March 1829

ENGLISH ,MISCELLANIES. The late Dr. Horme, Bishop of Norwich, among his collection of anecdotes, has the following :---If ope of our universities there were six physicians ; of two, their breath was very offensive, one was re markally slender, two were exceedingly quarrelsome one turbulent, 'and one was very ignorant ,of his. professsion. They were called `plague, pestilence,' and famine, battle, murder, and sudden death.--(Mlir +LoaD ELDrON's FiraSTBRatrs.-The Lord Chan. cellor is said to have related the following anecdotes of himself, at the table of a distinguished member of the Administration :-" At the commencementVft my professional career, I borrowed £30 to go to the Nor-' thern Circuit, but I got no briefs; and, Sir; I bor rowed another £30, but got-no return. After some time at this game, I had determined to borrow no more, when I was prevailed on to try. again, and did so. At York I had a junior brief; and Davenport, then a leading counsel on the Circuit,.was to state the...

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No Title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 16 March 1829

A woman named Mary Burke, upwards of   sixty years of age, was found in a state of ex- haustion bordering on death, in an uninhabited house last week. She was carried to the Hospi- tal, and though guilty of being a free woman, was taken into H. M. Convict Hospital by Dr. Mitchell. She died soon after. Dr. Ander- son of Parramatta considers it his duty to re- fuse admittance to all free dying men at Parra- matta. An instance of this refusal occurred lately in regard to Mr. Grose's servant. We are sorry to hear that our worthy foreign Superintendant of Police; Captain Monsieur Rossi, requires an assistant (that is, a " paid" assistant) in his new office. The expense of this bonne bouche however, will fall on the Mother Country; for, as our expenses in New South Wales already exceed our revenue, (enormous as our taxes are,) England must pay the balance. We consider the effect of the new intended sa- lary quite a job ; and though intended (no doubt) to promote justice, its ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 March 1829

s Vmn sep the gftry,'i . la u rk to 'd ew's-carrier 4 `= t in,)aw k .reepectIvel ; ;the.Aaise aG ý ptt ?-..their. own haind,. Subscribers who do, .not rebeive = n rpapers regularly,are requested to. complaint to as? ilerter .(post-paid) and, As far as .e can, .we 'w"ItrezedM the ei'il. But we willnot .be nanwfrable for the deltvery of our JTournal in a more `efectual sanner, than thus set forth. This i s' the condition ?. yki~ch we sell our Journal, and of which we hereby -request all our Subscribers to take notice:. The public gi e cautioned to pay "no money, nor'make sni-y settlement on account of the Proprietor of X.i I Journal, without demarnding a PRINTER" receipti e'gned by him a ; hie oem proper hand writing; .~ .Jloney, paid'on his accouet w il out such/ receipt; will S,. ot be given credit for, &or.. acknowledged. in gn'. way. 8uscribers to this Journal on resigning it, will have `: to ;iey for the' renmainder of?ihe quarter, whether. Sthey ci:hoose to receive ait 6...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 March 1829

~Oftir .Advertising n Friends are re tqCsted to do us the favour of send ng us their Monday Advevtisements ssoon after 9 o'clock- as possible ; otherwise our publishii~ig will be so iat in.the evening as to givegoene ial dissatisfaction. rsOTIC' "TO CORRESPONDENTS.A ie leer from; a Sbpscriber at Windsor is re ceived, but the mailerif woe true are libel= lous. Therefore 'the'party must give "'s his - name privately, with a pledge, to, hold by the Sruth 'f his statements.- We are surprised indeed our, 'welt-wishers should transmit ivs" statements,',to -which ?they' are' backward to afix their nameo t WFe will not publish their 'names, but we wish to know who our Corres-.. pondents are, nnlder such circumstancei. Several letters addressed to us, are lying in "the 'Post Office, but not being post=paid we cannot draw them. cOMMISSARIAT DEPARTMENT. (ornmissariat Ofice, Sydney, March 7, 1829. fFERSONS, desirous of furnishing for the Ui supply of the Penal and other Settle-, iments, and for...

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DIARY. MEMORANDUM FOR THE ENSUING WEEK. VARIATIONS OF THERMOMETER, &c. &c. TAKEN AT 7 IN THE MORNING, 12 AT NOON AND 5 IN THE EVENING RESPECTIVELY. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 March 1829

....... ' MEMORAN?DUM FOR TIHE ENSUING WEZIEK . YA-TATIONS QF THERMOMETER, &C. &C. TAKEN :'AT 7 IN TLE QuRM Ntn, 12 AT.N 0QN AiD'S ,IN THE EVENING RESPECTIJVE.Y. - :I. -- Iigh, Water, 12 m. p.6 morrr.--46 in. p.'6 a. Sun rises, 55 in., p. 5, sets, 5 m.p. 6. S St. Patrick. - e. jHigh Water, 13 m.p 7.mprn--42 mn. p. 7 aft ?'?? I Aft. I Hi-- 1 ,Water, 56 m.,p. ?p?io.rn.-9O 'm., 8 Full Moon, 56 m. p. 11 Night. S ,. I?gWater,,30 min.:p.9 Morn.- i m. p 9 ' Third Sunday in Lent. " , igh Water, 5 m. p. l0 Morn;-25 m. p. 10 N t . ... .. High Water,.45 rn.-p.' 10 .Morn.-11 at ar Night. . SrA t UAY...........769174 N. E. Fair. S. SUNLrAY ...,, . . .176186.76 Do. IDo. MON?A :.......... 73 9175 Do. Showry. TIUESDAY.. .r.: 73 90 72 D. Do. WIDNDAIy 1...74198 75 Do :Do. TUSDAcl ..d.. 720 . Cloudy; FRI.AY ..70188176 S. I., Cloudy. r

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SYDNEY MARKET AVERAGE STERLING PRICES OF THE LAST MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 March 1829

SYDNEY MARKET .... AVERAGE STERLING PRICES OF TIlE LAST' MARKET. Wheat per bsh. 0 8 Ol?cks ......O 05 0 Maiize, do..:.. 0 8 . 0 .Ffwls, per pair 0 6 0 3arley,.do.... 0 4 6 Geese, do .... 0 8 0 Potatoes cwt.. 1 6 0 Turkles, do... 0 16 0 futter, per lb. 0.-2 0 'Hay, per ton.. 20 0 0 Eggs, per doz. 0 2 0 Straw, per load 2 0 0 No. 81 Georte a tree't Sy?dnicy ,New Soat tA W . EDITED, PRINTED, AND. PUBZISHIED, ..''' BY THE PROPRISTOW, S EDWARD SMITH. h1ALI.' -.

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(Domestic Intelligence continued.) [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 March 1829

(Domestic l4telligence continued.) W,&' this morning:received the following with" aon: losure of ten guineas. 1?i,." " A few friends of Mr. Hall .:who approdt` ofhi " political principles and 'pnublic conduct, take the lii' " berty of testifying,.the.saome by presenting him'with ., " a fee to be paid to Counsel defend him in the -first " idformation ex-officio, on which he may be tried. :i Dated at Englishman's- Miill 1,7th' March 1829 " In..reply to our unknown Correspondent, we beg :?? to say, we trust we are fully "kensible of this handsoib:me and substantial mark of their approbation ; and trust: they will never have just occasion to abate in their- t good opinion of our piblic labours.., ,Elder v. Dr'. Lang. , This trial was decided lait week, .before the Chief Justice. The plaintiffg?, counsel stated his client sought only to vindicate bib' character and not damages. A plea of justificatioit.i was put in. After an enlightened summibg ,up, a, verdict for.: the plaintiff...

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Shipping Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — The Sydney Monitor — 17 March 1829

hbipping uttIigaztwet "Arrivals.--On Saturday last the City of Edin3oe`. rough, from. Leith the 16th of August, ..via Hobart:. Town the 22d of February, general cargo, ',aroline, from London the 20th of November, ditto; the FesY per, from the Isle df France the 4th of January, via 7 Ho1art Town nthe 22d of February, ditto; the Fair. field, from London the 24th of September, via Hobart. Town the 6th of March, ditto; the Harmony, fromri London the 13th of September, via Hobart Town thei 19thl of- Feberuary, ditto; the L;anbton, from Ports Stephns the:l4thkinst. Departures.-On Monday last the Darling, .fo t P6bt Dalrymple, sundries;' the Lamlton for Port Stephens; on Wednesday the Sinapper for the Friendljy Isres; on Friday the City of Edinborough for New"; Zealand, ballast; on Sunday the Sophia for the So0 ciety.and Sandwich Islands, ditto. :Projected Departures.-The WP'lliam Mcnnington for Batavia, this lay ; the Henry Wellesley and EUissr? for Londoni the 17th itistaitt; the. George...

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