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WESTERN AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

WESTERN AUSTRALIA. -- (Sydney Morning Herald 14th.) Wo havfl. Perth newspapers to thoSlst Novem- ber. The question of convict expenditure was daily becoming more exciting. Tho inhabitants began. to find that instead of the large Commissa riat expenditure which was to bo so benefici al, the charges of the convict department were being gradually transferred to the' colonial re venue. In tho latest papers before us we find tho following complaint : — ' Tho despatch from Earl Grey, intimating a probability ' that after two years the expense of the ' mounted . police will be chargeable upon the colonial revenue' is another proof of how little dependence is to bo placed in the promises of the Home Government.. Here is a force to be established solaly for the purpose of keeping in check tho convicts of the mother country, and therefore indisputably one which would not bo required save for their pre sence, yet'irt the face of this self-evident' fact,' Earl Grey intimates- his intention of e...

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PRODUCE CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

PRODUCE CIRCULAR. . ; Owing to tho absence of late intelligence from England, thore exists' a great deadnets in our produce' raarkets,;and at the last auction there iwas iv marked iridiflerciico on 'the pWof buyers witiijroferenco to low wools, especially if seedy orburry ; good 'clips,, however,' fullymaintamed their value-arid a narcel from Clarerico River commanded a bid of J 7^fl. ? ?'???' , ... Tallow and' Hides, much as last week '; the latter perhaps a shado ; lower; Sheepskins bring full prices. , ??; .'?. i ; i '. ; ? '? ' '-? '? : In Gold there has been a trifling, advance, and £3 3s 6d may bd quoted for best .samples. Intelligence received this, morning by way , of Port 'Phillip, from England, gives tho impression that there would be a. difficulty, in getting the clip'off, and it was. expected that .prices, would' rulo well at the next sale. -,?.',..- ?? ? ? '??'?' ' ' ? .THOMAS S.! MORp : Sydney, Jannary 17.' ? ?'?; '?'- ''??'?!?' -'::'-. : ' Freights to London— Wool, ^d...

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SYDNEY MARKETS.—FRIDAY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

SYDNEY MARICET3.— Fhidat. \iM ; Tlie Mills.— Messrs. Bai-ker and Co. : Tvrj^ three cargoes of Hunter River wheat have IP rived to market this week, which sold at mH$ 4s. 3d. to 5s. 6d. per bushel, according to q^ffl ity. ' Flour remains at last quotations, 14uffP fine and 12/. forsecond qnah'ty, perton of 20(Hi^P Bran'ls. to Is. 2d. per. bushel, according toqi® ity— Mr. Briellat : Wheat comes into maiSl| very slowly, and commands 5s. to 5s. 3d. 11? bushel for best samples. Flour is firm at 14/. 38$ .ton. fori fine., and. 12/. for seconds, \vith ariHg denoy'tp advance.'' Bran Is: ^d'J'per biishel-^B Smart :' no alteration in either wheat or tW& since lost report. ' ' JM Maize is somewhat in demand, and huJgB vanced about 3d. per bushel. ., BH Oats, 2s. 9d. to 3s. 3d. according to sample,^ Barley, 'fit for maltincr Dumoses. will commiBB 3s., other samples 2s. to 2s. 8d. BVV Potatoes are dull of sale at from 4?. to' 4(. i^ff[r per ton.' , ' ? ? ' fflffl Biscuit.— the prices quo...

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Government Gazette. CONVEYANCE OF POST OFFICE MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

Government Gazette. (Thursday, January 15th. 1852.) CONVEYANCE OF POST OFPICE MAILS.     The undermentioned tenders for the convey-     ance of the Post Office Mails, during the current year, having been accepted, the particulars are published for general information, viz :—'   WESTERN ROAD.                 William 'Thompson, on horseback, from and to Windsor and Richmond, daily, Richmond and North Richmond, Windsor, Pitt Town, and Wil- berforce, three times a week, and Windsor, Wiseman's Ferry, and St. Alban's, once a week for £70.             Richard Ridge, by two or more horse coaches   from and to Parramatta and Windsor, daily, for £145.           &nbs...

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SPAIN AND THE UNITED STATES. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

SPAIN AND -THE UNITED STATES. Late accounts from Madrid siiy;— The great question before the Cabinet now is that of Cuba, on wliich General Arnicro's opinion will naturally have much weight. It is said that General Ron can (Condo de Alcoy) and. Ezpcleta have also consulted upon it. It is stated that additional troops are to be sent there, and the necessity of increasing the steam squadron there has also been recognised. Tho Ministerial organ, the Orden, ? intimates that it is intended to adopt a very energetic course of action towards tho United States with respect to this subject, both as regards tho enlistments allowed' to go on there, and the insults offered to the Spanish consul- at Now Orleans. It says on tho latter subject : — 'If. tho invaders of Cuba .have been exterminated with valour, the ill con duct of .tho dwellers of Now Orleans shall bo equally repressed. There is too much patriotism in tho blood of tho Spanish' pcoplo; thoro is too much tact, in the thoughts of the a...

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THE TURON MAGISTRACY. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

TnE TURON MAGISTRACY. In a former article upon the police duties of Gold Commissioners we. remarked that the public looked to these officers and the force employed under their command for something more than the collection of li cense fees, the expulsion of gambling, swin dlers, and the suppression of Sunday fights and sly-grog-shops ; and we have also frc queutly commented upon their very indefi nite and ill-defined powers, and the extreme difficulty they are consequently subjected to in the performance of their duties. But ; there are cases, sometimes extraordinaiy ones, in which, witti the slightest scintilla tion of common sense, the path of duty is las plain and obvious as a beaten road, and we are sorry to observe by the last item of news in our Turon intelligence of to-day, that one of the Commissioners has most egregiously either misunderstood or neg lected it. :.,-... The establishment of Courts of Justice at the diggings was amongst the first social necessities of their di...

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CHARLES II. AND VICTORIA I. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

CHARLES II. AND VICTORIA I. (From the Spectator.) ? . Illusion was carried on to a high pitch at the Queers ball last Friday. The giaest was sufrbunded by the Court as it was nearly two centuries ago, at least in ;outward garb. Perhaps it would have ,taken more labour of. research than fair idlers or gallant loungers were inclined to bestow on the British Museum, to get up manners, still more language, imitating the gay concourse round Charles the Second : and some of the notable performers were not to be confounded with their grent ori ginals ; the Duke of Norfolk could not be General Monk, 'although he might pass for a Master of the Horse belonging to that period; nor is Prince Albert the 'Merry Monarch;' — -an unmistakeable negative scarcely 'to be regretted by the Prince, or by his wite, who is as little capable of sinking into the character of Charles's ob scure consort. Still, the coats and wigs were in the main of the right date ; and al though sacs do not appear- to have bee...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. THE TURON. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

MINING INTELLIGENCE.;: 1;; THE T0R0N, ! -,; fl-^ . -' In our last Saturday's publication wo .to.okjtho liberty, ns wo then believed on good grourids.'of ' 'forrhnlly announcing the death of Dr. Johnson; ofSofula. It now. becomes our duty,; and; that gentleman niuy rest assured that it is .performed with the grcateet pleasure, editorially, to resusci tate liim. Dr. Johnson then is hot dead but'aiive,1, nnd from enquiries made on tlio spot, perfectly-' sound nnd healthy, and judgjng by cxtornalap^ pearances, just such a subject as would be -gladly^ received into the bosom of a life assurance, asset1 ciation. Wo regret exceedingly, paying beonjed. : into so 'awkward- nn-l ;' anple'asaiit ''a' -mistake^ '%3t 'only on accouni;of:tBe'annoyr.neo!Sttch'ari5p'(5rt. must hnyp causod.him individually, .but because, iof the pain and grief with which tho announce ment will ' bo received by his friends 'in .' Syd 'ney. . As tho aflair' appears by many 'of tho Turonitcs to be regarded in-' -tlie. ...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. ? ?' Seasonable Generositi; — A few days ngo, a large body of Mr. Harris' neighbours, O'Conncll Plains, consisting principally of labouring men; having learnt that his harvest was ready to cut, assembled on his farm, and commenced opera tions forthwith. A party of mowers was formed, 'attended by- a number of rakers, and by sundown .30 acres of hay was in cock ready for stacking. Subsequently, a paddock of wheat contoing 25 acres was similarly attacked, nnd disposed of by -i small army of Teapers in an equally short time. Both wheat and liny were stacked and thatched in the same manner, anil when wo inform bur readers that tho labour was spontaneously and gratuitonsiy performed' in couseqnence of Mr. Harris* recent misfortunes, they will reasonably conclude that there must be something intrinsic ally good in Mr. Harris' character to elicit such a ;vpluntary and substantial token of respect. The circumstance is a highly creditable one, both to the givers and receiv...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

O'CONNELL .PLAINS RACES. 26th op January, 1S52. -?' ?'????'? 1 1- / ^^s^jrace;;.. .;:i:^:-.-, ?'?;. THE ANNIVERSARY PURSE, of iio for all horses, that have never- won .n prize exceeding Ten Ppunds, heats twice round, entrance £lj three entrances or no race. - .; ';! ?; second race. ' A MAIDEN PLATE, of £8 for all horses, that have' never won, heats once found and n distanco,' entrance 15s. three entrances or no race. . THIRD RACE. HURRY SCURRY, for all untrained horses, to be approved of by the Stewards, for a Purse! of £5, one event twice round, entrance 5s ; three entrances or no race. ; FOURTH RACE. For all '. beaten . horses during the meeting, a Purse of £3, ono event twice round, entrance ' to be added. ?.-?'? ' '* ' '' ? Rules : \ No person will be 'allowed to enter a horse who is nnt a subscriber ; to the amount of Ten shil lings, except for the Hurry Skurry, for' which Five shillings will qualify. ;; .- Judge' and Stewards to be appointed on the ground. ; ?'''? ' , : ' ; ' ...

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MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

MISCELLANEOUS EXTRACTS. Mr. Morgan John O'Connell, fif.P., for Kerry, (6ays the Limerick CJmtnicle) is about to enter1 himBelf at the English bw. ?'?' An earthquake was felt, at Algiers on the 20lb.mlt, It did no further damage than to frighten the ladies of the arenas who rushed out into the streets with scarce! a covering.. The .doctrines of the . socialists seem to give a gooddeal of trouble to the English writers,1 f6r the leading articles of both the British' Quarterly and the North British Reviews, relate to the sulject. -; '? Troubles with prance. — The President' of the French republic, it would seem; if current reports be true, is hot-very strongly disposed to cherish very cordial relations with: thVUnited States. He affects to be; thoroughly liberal in his political views, butsniua-of his courses, since his elevation to the Presidency, bespeaki a hankering after the diadein of France ; and! whiie'he courts the despotisms . of Europe, arid crushesjlhe Roman republic with an...

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FOREIGN INTELLIGENCE. CUBA. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

FOREIGN INTELLIGJiNCE. CUBA. ? Lieut.. Van Vechten, who was a participator in the invasion, bnt who was pardoned by the Cap tain-General of Cuba, has given a succinct and interesting account of their proceedings, from the time of their landing till tho execution of Lopez. Wo havo not r,oom for the entiro article, but copy from the New York Herald the concluding para graphs, which arc as follows : — Lppei:was b.-oughe from tho Pizarro, and pub Jicly garrotted in tha'sq'uarohdjoining the prison, at seven o'clock in the morning of Monday, the 1st of September. With him ended not only this expedition, but I sincerely trust all expeditions to Cuba. .,-,... ,,,? Letusridw review tho causes and results of this expedition. At tho. time I received my ap pointment from Mr. Sigur, one of tho . Editors of tho New Orleans Delta, I was told by him that a revolt was regularly organized among the Creoles throughout the island of Cuba ; that they had elected General Lopez as their leader, and thoir ...

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NEW ZEALAND. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

NEW ZEALAND. By the Moa, we hare Auckland papers to the 26th December. : ' ? ' ' ,? i' ' Tho principal subject of discussion' is the New Zealand 'Company's Bill, which docs not appear to be more popular with the Northern, than it is with the Wellington settlors; Tho New Zea landcr gives extracts from the Times, containing reports of tho debates in the House of Commons upon tho second and third- readings of the bill also a letter from Mr. Fox, formerly agent 'for thecompany at. Wellington; and a roport'Bf the proceediugs of a general meeting of tho share holders held on the 30th July last.' From- theso it appears that the obnoxious clause proposing to charge upon the General Revenue of the colony, the amount claimed as due to the company; had been with drawn, greatly to the dissatisfaction of 'the Directors. The discomfiture of the- Company in their attempt to 'fix their claw,' as it. is termed, in the General Revenue, is 'received by tho Auckland Settlers with much exultation. ;: - ...

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PRICES CURRENT. WOOL. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

? PRICES CURRENT.' : . , .-'' wool. ' ,. ',...'..: ? ? ' ' ?,'.\ ,'..'''. .^'?:!;'':8.;.:d., .,s: a. Superior 'dip's .......... 1 'Ah. to ? -' Fair to good ? ..:.. 1 ' 2- to 1 ' .3 J . Low to middling ..i...'.;.'.: 1 oKto'l 2 . Grease ...... J.........;.'.. 0 5j to 0. 8j . Locks, pieces, broken 7 o-'s-'to-l' 0 wool, &c. . .... J ? ' ... . Handwashed and scoured ... 1 1 t0 11 6 ;.'.' TALLOW., ,-,.'.: , Beef ..;... . .'. ; £28 0 0 to £28 10 ; 0 ' Mutton ........ £28 10' O'.to'£29 10 0 Station tallow .. £24 .'.'.? 0. 0;' ?-,'??;?.? ??'? ' , Hides, each, ?........;;;...;.'. 5b.. to -8s. ??'-.'-.'! ' Sheopskiris,- y;:lb.; :...:'. . .-. 3jd. to.5id. ' ... ' ' ' :7-3 ' GOLD. .??'??;'? '.:--. '?.'???;?:'? Dust and nuggets,' V02.* 3t'2s. to 3?. 3s. 6d. ? ;..?; ?;???; .',?;., THOMAS. ;S. MORT.., Circular Quay, Sydney, Jon. 15., . ? i Mr. Mort's Produce Bale, January 15.— Wool : XYZ, 14 bales, bought in : FM, handwashed, 3 12 Ad i B in diamond with S, at side, greasy, 7 143 ; W, 14 nt ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

I- ^. Additional GoLio Reodlations. — With'iBH( forenco' to the regulations'of tho 7th. .October ifflB, 25th November, 1851, relative to the workitijBS Matrix Gold, His Excelency the Govenor-GeSff ral directs it to be notified, that in any caseSK which the area of ono hundred nnd sixtv actlB- proposed, to bo conceded from tho working [Btari quartz veins.shall bo found to interfere licensSEj |, persons holding claims for working alluvial g«Hfc us such portions of land as may be required forifflBn.n purpose' shall be absolutely excluded from flbre i quantity appropriated to tho working of the qiiiSHomo vein. His Excellency also directs it to be notifflHy to that the owners of claims for working.waterliolj^i. ? who may bo found employing men to workiHjs g on them without licenses, will thereby forfeit 'jjBady claims and will be immediately disposed. i|Hpc)l owners of all such claims who may employ mfiEthei on hire to assist them in working alluvial R'SBtent and .who may take out licens...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 21 January 1852

ijjE Undersigned is a Cash Purchasor of Gold |anaothcrmett.»STAYyN. m Watchmaker and Jeweller, m Howick-strect, ij Bathurst. M.B.— Specimens and Coins wanted. . M ? . ? ' ' ? GOLD! GOLD ! I ' ME highest price- given on the Turon, H 'At 1 -'? ? ' IIARBOTTLE'S B ' ' Stobes. i ? : ? i ? ? 1 GOLD' ! GOLD -I 1 SYER, BROTHERS »ILLgivethohigheBtcash'pricefor good clear m samples. august 4th, 1851. ? He undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of |GOLD^USXattue^sU^rate8. ;| Circular. Quay. . |Ln-7, 20th Augt., 1851. :. . Se undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of B GOLD, both at Ornnge and at Ophir. I . JOHN PE1SLEY, § Coach & Horses Inn. 1 Orange. I ? - I GOLD 1 GOLD ! ! GOLD 1 ! ! 1 C. .P. DUNSFORD la CASH PURCHASER of, BATHURST ? GOLD in any quantities. .. ;? William-street. ... ., I A large lurop as a specimen wanted. I GOLD. llE undersigned will give the' HIGHEST ipRICE for GOLD. ^ ^^^ luly 23rd, 1851. ? I AUSTRALIAN GOLD. §IE undersigned is a CASH PURCHASER of |G0LDtOanya^LLfAMCUMMINGS. llo...

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MINING INTELLIGENCE. OPHIR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 January 1852

' ? MINING INTJJLLMNilK. 0PHIK. [vtion ona own correspondent.] Thero is little to communicate in th« gold riig sing lino, owing to ft flood which took plaro on Wednesday .week. A thundc-r storm set in about eight o'clock with immense- violence, and conti nued for a consideriybli} portion of tho night, the ram pouring down a deluge for several hours. Tho bed claims are of course completely swamped for r. time, nun littlo gold bus been obtained ; but should the -present lino weather continues, the miners may speoilily resume operation*. Hcaton and party disposed of their chum a day or two ago for ,£130, tha approaching ? regatta having, greater allurements than tho gold r of Ophir. Iluving bagged a snug littlo fortune, they are bent tipou seeing a little sport. Tho pur chasers will havo no reason to complain of ' their bargain, as the claim is not worked to the tenth part of its cRpubilitics. ? On Thnrsday morning a child, belonging to a person hiimed Goldfinch fell into the creek abo...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. BATHURST QUARTER SESSIONS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 23ND, 1852. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 January 1852

?? LOCAL INimiGlfNlk . ? BATHL'RST QUARTER SESSIONS. TiiuusuAV, Jakuauy 22.si-, 1 852. Tho business of t'no Quarter ^Sessions was. opened by his Worship, tho -Chairman, Alfred Ohoeke, Esq., on Thursday lust, assisted by the Police Mniristrntn, -'Messrs. Hixwkms, .AVy.'p, and Arkinp, J. P. There were 4 X ? tmsss for trial —the largest number ever tried in Bathurst nt one ses sion. As there were severnl enses which pro mised considerable interest in course of investi gation, the Court was crowded early in the day. BREACH .OF TttOST. A respectable yonng man named William Ii;H tcr'was indicted for stealing six dozen of ale mid povter RTid sis Ijottlcs o! brandy, the property of Mr. Hobcrt Pito of Sydney. Mr. Thompoon iip penrcd for tho prisoner. It appeared frum the evidence of Mr. Pito that the prisoner was employed ia the management of his Turon store, and was; paid nt the rate of £70 per annum, being allowed moreover 11 per cent, commission, .nnd a portion of tlio proceeds of a diggi...

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DISTRICT INTELLIGENCE. CARCOAR. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 January 1852

'iHSTMCT 1NTKLUGKNCE,; ': ?'CAltCOATC. , Information ban reached us from Carcoar that the ' prospecting ' movement recently- sot' nfotit is proceeding with great vigour, nnd ihnt there arc several parties nmv at worl: .in difl'crent local ities, with, the sole object of testing the value of the Carcoar, gold field. , Wo are nssurcd that uold hiis been found on .Brown's Creek,, the Bolnbula rivulet,' and Mandttriuna Creek ; and tho towns people are, in consequence, !on tho tiptoe of ex pectation. ' A detailed report of- the' proceedings of thb various parties will shortly be furnished for publication. - :-. - ? ? ??

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ENGLISH NEWS. NINE DAYS LATER.—TO OCTOBER. ARRIVAL OB THE ATLANTIC. [Newspaper Article] — Bathurst Free Press and Mining Journal — 24 January 1852

MGLIS1I KE\V^. B : NIKE DAYS LATER,— TO OCTOBER lM ..... (From the Boston 'Courier, October u.) K1 ' ? . ABB1VAL OE THE ITr.AVTir. BH110 ,...Thq i steamer; Atlantic;, from Liverpool, aniffl 7on at:Nesv york^ycster'dhy mprnihg, after a thuBP. ' of Jbvirteen ;dayB. Sho tnct: with heavy mB- , 'ol which dunirigcd.hcr machiiierj', aud.caiiicjHH' .' to lie by forty-nine hours. ? Sfc. Froln the filcsof Liverpool and London pqK'l';iI!l( broud.it by her, wo :havo L'leaned tho follofflr3 ', items!of.iiews,:~:. ';M; ' ' ?, ? .; '- ??. ' -Thi'j Arctic Expedition/ under, the commn»H|;lon3 ' Capt.lAustiii,had; returned to England, wiilS. tt sl making any new. discoycricB. Tlio rctnni oiBH'''3 1 Aiivuiieo and. Rescue was known in KnRlauiLHffi00 , an mi ivnl from Greenland. , . Slr?ph .-, Tbf Hon.. Abbott Lawrence, nt tho dppsJH1'0 a of tin-. Atlantic; 'was ;Btiir iii Ireland, nicfMan?on everywhere the most cordial greeting.' far1''1701 :? Thi: London r.niMJn a' leading articlo on^*^3 subjert, rema...

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