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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

Frightrol Steamboat AccWeijt DREADFUL LOSS OF LIFE. New-oastus", Dd. jNov. 7— 10 K'M^ Tbe propeller steamer Telegraph, Captain Claypoole,«f the Erricksoa Line, on;her passage from Philadelphia to Baltimore, burst her boiler off tins-place-about seven o'clock this: evening. So far, at least1-24. persons killed -and wounded have been Brought ashore from the wreck. Some five or she have drifted ashore and been picked up. It it supposed that a great many were blown overboard. The Captain and crew are among tho mis sing. The boat has drift 3d two miles "below, and there is no steamer here to tow heriu. Charles Hagan, one of the passengers, who has just landed, says the boat bad too much steam upi. About forty passengers have just landed—'• -among whom are a large number scalded and otlier.wise fnjured. There ai-o about '20 more on board sufferirig badly. Tbe .United States ArsenaJ has been thrown open for the accommodation of tbe sufferers. Among tbe wounded are five ladies. Th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

National Vessel for the Industrial Exhibition. We are much gratified to-learn that President Fillmore has promptly yielded to the request of the Central Commit;tee, and the honorable concurrence therein uf the Secretary of the Navy, to furnish a national ship for the gratuitous transportation^ to England of those specimens of the useful arts and other [products of American ingenuity which our inventors and artisan ma^v desiije to send for exhibition, at the worlds Industrial Fair, to be heW in London next vear. This will be a novel mission for a .<hip ot warj but one entirely in harmony with the character »of a country professing to value peace and its civilizing pursuits above all tlie glories and trophies of offensive or ambitious war. ft would we thiuk, impart, a higher gra»deur to this pacific errand of a war vessel, if the Government were to select for the purpose the magnificent ship of the line the Pennsylvania the largest, perhaps, that floats upejn the waters...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

Assault on Bennett nil the Herald. This morning about 9 o'clock, James Gordon Bennet and John Grabarn, late Opposi tion candidate for District Attorney, met tri Broadway near the corner of White st. Bennet was accompanied by bis wife, who, however, had just stepped into a store. Graham, who was accompanied by Mike Murray, somewhat known as a " fighting man." struck at Bennett with his (jst as he approached, but tJieJatter partially dodged tho blow, which tookTeBeH,ori his bat and knocked it out of all shape. With tbe second blow Graham knocked Bennett down, after which he struck him several blo*ws with his-Tist and a srn.aU w hip he ,-ea.rried in his hand. Benn»lt suffered most in the face, his nose appearing very much swollen and bloody after the encounter. These are the facts as- related to us by several eye witnesses. There were a-number of spectators to tbe outrage, but no iattempt was made to prevent it, and w_e believe that up to this time, Mr. Graham has not beeotarrest...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

Illinois Election. . Chicago, Nov. 8. Walter Malony, regular Opposition, pledged to repeal, Succeed* Wentwortli, Opposition. Campbell, regular Opposition, pledged to repeal, succeeds Baker, Whig. Yates, regular Whig, succeeds Harris, Opposition. Browning, regular Whig, succeeds: liichardson, regular Opposition. Twenty-five members of the Legislature heard from', showing great Whig gain. > Another Slave Escaped.—The 'Chicago Democrat says : Orj Tuesday a fugitive was " put through by daylight'' for Canada, under the following circumstances; which are too good to be lost. A slave escaped a &w days since from one'of the back counties of Missouri and came to this State. ,,His pursuers hearing that he was in Quincy, IU., passed over to that city, taking with ihem another slave who was to identify the runaway, and whom they hired from his owner at so much" per diem, giving a guarantee that they would rettirn him " in good order and condition?' as when received.. At ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

. |^'|JLjt^lbi^^futBla. f % *^ptrrig§ ^CoDflagr^aB, I '^kj^S!-:\ ^S NEi||OkieAN8,(Nov o ,^p«Natr«tep Al^fmaarrived hew^ grday,afteto, bnlfing dates I from ^ ¦f»«»^..H4?of v8eplwfcl2 ,^° "ay* kfetthan: those1 brought by the !?«*-,$&** New York^iherViM !^e° 5 no HP^^« wnflagraiic¥: at Sin Wd ^ml ^^Kno,othmM»rM .traportancej,:j"- ' ,\ '¦. ;";-¦ ;¦ -.•• -.q^ ¦--... -t ! TnS^I^^M^Oie'^Hrof ^he RVmvf *M ^r:nn*^f *e.^Mte-Sient relatiteto the attejnpMr^rMfiSh ?» . ^w GMtfhat tt«t aw^^i&^S i^riued. to fair.tthough it fad')>ro3n^&Cft little «fFect oil-{tbe rfads, which": were insucu prder as to enable all to pass.over with-Blialit difficulty. ;('"-.... i.\ JXZ '¦ The passengers by^he Alabarua, its an,at. ter of course, have considerable gold win, them. - •'• j .¦ .•¦•M-.l;;.>.«'Jr- .:, 's-1" ¦ , • I.'.. -r^r?l:''4 VT- ' :¦ Newsfrom^\PlmM^S^a rvdliorir-CK tra—fndwii J)epred&ii} {ns—$6,0(itiper sons yet beyoi^itfolfesdri.: '','.'¦ ¦[' ¦ , We a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

RotroH/*;ira.A3DT^Ko: D. '" r - The members of ithe Bough «fe Ready FireiEngine Company are hereby notified to meet «ti the Engine House oo-Siturdiiy thfrletfc at:4i o'tiladt ¦ ¥¦„ '..'.•-''- }xB..a.8n«s«^f, owqsal. . i - J. a Miuj^.Se^y.-e.- • .'.,: -.,,,.: ~ ] ¦ ..'".'Mtiiiro^,^'^! In Rush. Not. 8th ftj Eld.. H.iHl 0ra&Hr. Jeskra P. PEVRfB. to Mi^^jiiiatjiH B. Difwat. I ¦ '. . ,r^': ||^^:-';;r^:':L ¦ In; Jcssup To^W&; ate*ad: S»igt,'''i l^l»fiuitt., . Mwcn^.'a^. UJ^'+jiiirf.^v'-''-^'.'^. •• -^ "¦•;-•;; She hod been a raguhi member of the B*p<u^ Church for many yeih ibdraaiifilitrf a JttlRjrtiM^ ance of hope hnW«S6:epii:':'-' Y^fpwl' ¦ • -.7 :-- ;-^^i-:.v*-.-f:'c:.rr'?,--.•¦---i.'N-'':'.*: V. fiW, i~ - In "-•'crrnfrr. rtf 1hrrniHmrs;nf hii fiHiw im Wednesday the 8th [inst, Albert D.Hfad%ad«t eon of Preserve (UidAnbaHiadi.ui ia*fistyesr "of his age. -\ .).-^rW',;i'&.-r.. -i-^iyit.-^ri*?-*-;^.^ - In^ringviHe; Vjm^:Mfn$^-J ir Hickcox, wife of iSIr. J...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

SoQtherii Opinion oftlie Fugitive Slave Xawi",. & \ A gentleman of the highest respectability na^BM State at the South recently said ii» a'noife to his friendJ&Te??+Igo for Union and the laics, bt it I do not hentate to pronounce thevfnivxiows law ilke Slave Hill) as repugnant to the tpirit of the age, as well a& to Northern feeling, and <i most unwise and vn/ortunate piece of legislation even for the South and Slavery." j. He also asks ;his friend vb*t ie €m|is to be the general sentiment here on the subject "in the social "circle and apart from the influence of business; to'w'hijn the New York'er replied that he regretted to say there was 'no §uch "general sentiment" here and probably will not bejust s« long as '• Cotton as stiff alt fifteen ¦cents."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

The President's Determination. President Fillmore, in conversation with some gentlemen who called upbn him a few days j«go, stated thai it was his deterraicattgn to enforce the Fugitive Slave Law, and that if it stall become necessary, he would protect tire United States Marshalls in the discharge of their duty by an array of the military force of the country. Less than this could not b5 espected.from any incumbent of the presidential office. It is the imperative duty of the Chief Magistrate to-see that the laws—whatever may be his personal JToeVjags in reguvA to ariy of them —are duly executed. To tbe fai'tnTur performance of this duty he is most'solemnly bound by tlie oath he took at entering upon bis office. If he feels that to enforce a certain law;—no matter which—would be to offend' against his own conscience, there is properly but one course for him lo pursue, and that is to resign his place, and let ijt devolve upon some person who eii'teruiius no such scruples. In tbe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

TBE ttMISTKB ^^MM"" " ' ». ¦ • '¦¦¦ ¦iii.i...i,<...i .-.._—STILfcMAN FUIXBR, Aotiaf Editor,: [During the absence of the jublisber inlthe dut»« of hi» sppoiatment as l^^y'Mmhal.] TflUBSPAY,KOVEMBER 14,1850. " WOOD wanted at this office, on account."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

j .J ;•- - ' i TJhe next Frraideacy. Some 'of onr 'Whig cotemporaried are beginning to express ibfflr preferences \fat tlto candidntea fifr tbe ftwBJtlenc* in 1|52. The Blair County WJiig and Uarhondare Journal h|tve run up the names of Gen. Wit field |Scot|for President and Gav. Thomas Brown of-Floridilfiy Vic^President. 'We have no doubt but the heroic Scott would poll a heavy vote, asfte is desenjedly popular with the people But we ara of theorjinion thatany candidate of the Whig pai-ty, fc. and way to the hearts of the pec pie and receive |a*uccewfirl vote, nrosl be sound and reliable on the questions which now agitate the country. ]IsGen.Scotf in favor of Free Soil and the non-extension of slavery I or ia he ef the Webster school i "WTB' the Journal informusy" £^~Timo tening onward. The fceiutifnl flewershaye faded,and disappeared; the merry notes of tbehttle songsters of the (forest are hushed insilenqej and nature ^ seems to mourn tbe departure of the lovely ipid jayo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

¦ List of Jurors, -,..-{ preen u> serve at the November UJetM, |185o\ j Grand"Jurora. ' Ypti-' fcx' -' '• Auburn-Harry Carter, Satanel Tewl&mryv flrooklyn-MarvinL. Mack. ¦':¦ :i..:-, ¦-'jl::-;- YY S^Sewater-iLeri Gurnsey. / •'- - \ 'V. ChSt-Michael O'Neal, Kiel Heath, ClS-P-w- Chamberlioj^aebb ft Cndde. h ^ aoA_George.'WalkeK - Forest Lake—Jamea«Turrell Harmony—John Bodgers, John N. Reynold*, jjuF. McKune. Harford—Jacob Clark. Hernck—Samuel Beohett - Jseksen—Nathaniel Nbrris. '¦ j. Jesaup—Jonathan C. Sherman, James wal »i» Urorpp—Ruben TewksburV. Montrose—J. T. Birchard. New Milford—J. I1. Harding. Springvitle—George Lathrop. Silver Lake-Charles Locke. Thomsen—Edward Warner. Traverse Jurora— 1st Week. Apolacon: J»bn Hickri, Daniel Ross. Auburn: R- S. Davis, Ancel Gay. Andrew Hib-Bridg«water: G. W.Croeker, WiliamBaldwin. greofci™: Richard Willirfma. Cliocon'ut: Michael Donelly, Jasper Stanley. Diaiiick: Samuel Sherer. } Finest Lake: Judsou Stone 2d, John Comeli...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

NEWGOODS. * J' Abel Turrell IS now receiving hi? Fatf and IFiater supply of Goods (ethbritcing nearly every thing wanted in Uus market,) which wi// be sold extremely £0 W foi cash 6r riady pay. Mv assortment may be classed in part as fellows: " Drugs, Medicines, chemicals, Paints, Oils, Dve Stuffe, Groceries * Dry Goods, Hardware, Stone VFure, Glass ware, clocks, Watche-Jewelry, Silver Spoons, Spectacles, musical IrPruments, Liquors, PerfumeFy, Mirrdrs,Statiuuery .Brushes, Shoes, Yankee Notions, itc. «tc. • "Thankful for tho libera* patronage and substantial-encouragexuent hitherto received, I hope to merit and receive a continuance of the same. A few of tbe articles kept for sale are named below: ; Groceries. A good variety, of Sugars, fine' flavored Teas, good and cheap Molasses, coffee, Pepper. Spice, Ginger, Saleratus, Raisins, Rice, Mackerel, Codfish, Zantee currants, Tapioca^ Arrow Root, mace, Manna, Sage, Nutmegs, cloves, Ground Mustard ; also, 5Iustard Sjeed, white and b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

Arthur's Home Gazette- 'the subscribers have commenced the publication of a New Weekly Paper for Families,' with the above title, to be under the entire editorial control of-T. S. ARTHUR, who'will concentrate upon it all, or nearly alVof his literary labors. 'The design of this paper is clearly expressed in the title ft Home Gazette." It will be, emphatically, a paper fur (become circle—a household coatpatiioti—a pleasaut fireside friend, coming to all with a cheerful countenance, and seeking, while it Imparts instruction, to.entertain and interest all iclasses of readers. 4 leading feature of the " Hume Gazette" will be a series of original n'ouvelteltes by the editor ! Who will furnish some four or fivei of these pictures of domestic life.Vritten in his best styhs fur every volume'. Hie " Hom« Gazette? will be the erg?a of no party nor sect; nor wil( it be the expunent of any of the fan«of-the day. ~ But it will faithfully advocate tbe right, and seek.lby every means, to wid...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

REei9TER*a ff OTICE* PUBLIC NOTICE M hereby given Jo.all pet, sons concerned in'thje following Estates, to wit: , BBsiAjrhv E. GAioe, deceased; Efrenczer Miller, Administrator-:- "• .-. . Euas Van Wnraa.^ deceased \John Williams d: TAbej- Sice\ Executors— I ¦ ' • - OwsnSweei, deceaseid; Charles TingUy, Administrator— 1 j Thomas Dbstsev; deceased j John Williams, Ad ministrator—' Richmond Gavtt, deceased; (Supplemental account;) Isaiah Maine, AJhnjuistrator—Chuistiana' Gaioe, a minor of B. E. Gaige, deceased ; Elizabeth Grij/ity, Guardian—That the accountants have settled, their accounts .in the Register's office in atid for the county of Sua-Suehanna, and that the time .will be presented to te Judges of the Orphan's Court Of said county, m Montrose, on the 18th day of November nest, for confirmation.and allowance: CHARLES BROWN, Register. Register's "office, Montrose, \ October 23,1850. ! X SHEItlFKs SALES. BY VTttTUE of sundry iivrits issued out of the -Court of Common Pleas in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

Farms for Sale. THE subscriber, intending tid ijtsit dug fall various counties.in the State ofjHew Jersey and the South-Eastern section of New i¥brfc,-.will act as agent for the private sale of Real! Estate—Farmsi, Houses and Lots^-located in SuMftiehanna County, Pit All ~ who wish to offer their property for sale can give a minute description of their Farms or Lots as follows: "Number of acres, how many improvedv and how watered"; Buildings; Orchard, grafted or common fruit; other fruit! trees, and shade trees; how'far from Montrose, and the nearest point to a depot on tile New York i Erie Railroad; price and terms of payment. A full description will enabler me to present all necessary information respecting the property and the advantages of its location, toiany one %ho wishes to purchase in the places I tbeyvUit. All who.wislr to sell or purchase Real Estate, will receive prompt attention by calling on or addressing, too at Montrose, Susjuelianuaicounty, Pa. g^pCunveyance from ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

TO BOUNTY LAND CLALMAATS. fBlHE undersigned has been appointed by the I. -Commissioners of Susquehanna county. A£ent >«aid county, in pursuance of the reconimendam uf the Pension Departmental Washington, to ^jpervi^e the preparation of the application ahd nxpfs of Claimants for Bounty Lands," which liave •-en appropriated to all classes of officers and sul-Jen, n-fio hare served one molith and upwards, in .in tif the wais in which oar country has been en-^=Jt «r»rasTr5ea rariiBTiwi ttoiu Tneirepart-.:.•¦(•. ifl Washington -with all the necessary forms ¦i application, proofs, ic All. therefore, who have :...ti- lo Bounty Lands, by applic:ition to him, (it ..-office, in M»u! ro-e, either by letter or in per-• ¦ », c.sn 'have their business arranged whh prompi^e. J/H.D1M0CK. ilur.trosc. Nov. 7. 1850. ' OH YES! AUCTION. T AVIKI-sM my Farm, 1 will depose of the !L f.u'.uw:nj property at Public.Auttion, to wit • Une weeding ware, I yoke of 5 years old Oxen, pmr u|" 4 years ild ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

saaboL iroTitJB. THE School Dij-ectonmf Bridgewater District, will meet at the ^ Court House on Saturday 10th Oct., at 10 o'clock. A general attendance, is desired. Teachers wishing to be examined, will be present at thaUime. M. L. CATLIN Secy. Montrose Oct. 8th, 1850. LC3T LAST SPRING. At WO year old—supposed to be a red &teer. Any person knowing 6f such an one at latge would confer n.faror by giving information of the s"ne. 10 . .! B. SAYR.E. Montrose 0cW9tlr, 1850.1 . ' EEM0VAL. JOSEPH FULLER & CO. have rented the Foundry recently occupied by David Post, nnd have removed their establishment there,where will be kept a complete assortment of Plows and Plow castings. They are also prepared to execute on short notice, all kinds of costings in their liho called for in this region; Fitting and turning for Machinery and Thrashers, at tbe lowest prices; Montrose, Oct., 9th 1850'. i r'" |" ~ lSo^~ f--I HAVE disposed of one-half of my interest In the Saddle <£ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

Mm^memmMfmmmSm KewBn tnnBbt^FalhandWau*rreMt^ ¦ ill >: ^ Af&n#rtat-faij^:m^m.£M ^r^^mifaimcBimm^m^ ¦ T>EpS leave to take this cp^ort^i y ^.teStler-JE> inghissmcere tfianfatohja'PfiaadaaadCni- i tomor»,<b*thegenerbu*patro^e ".-ttarfc^ [ t&dedmVja, ms:^ym^^^mm^ M'thelias'jusX^toro^^ 14rge'.ahd choicevseledion tf'^-^Tif^K&^fii.h WAMFAirb staple Mt:W» -J ---¦¦ --.. --- - ¦ - ¦ - - :-'.-..--rf >-'r-i - ^^-.-M^'.f^^.--- i ¦¦ . . . . .^... -'¦1 - • ¦Aiao. ;r'^,A?J??gsy^:'' ' jSijBresVh"' arid eitensive asso"rra^W"»lfiiw|3fe-l vwions, Boots Jl Shoes,. HaU .''i^aj^Hwiw"' Crockery, Drogs 4 Medidoe, ^4^*¥MlkfWMi •old for .cash or produce ata very-amall-JkbiMdMrt |: 'J tis Which'denes all competitioni?|l!||di»8SHt;: j <fe"Salt, at wholesale ^ratatt^ffiliUi^M;; retuark that ho i^.ne^' 'MJt^ry^JnVlim^H^R. 'always hahjihg ihe:low.est'^' TO^^HicflHSw'l SHithS^^^^ ' " ^1 GEEAS'^fDVi^BM&^^f " j T(telargest,beit jin^i^ea^ «»...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

\. r ,„- -,.."=. c ¦^••-rrs'iT ' 1 --. V/»^--:j w: "t.rtfK,' •-. ¦• s - i ^P^PSSK^iS; - ':-tf-~iii^&$gM®^' ¦ -: M^aMs^igf&iim •"- , =-;^p5 ^^^^^^^ :: Dr- Rafferty's Celebrated Family MEDICINES—Ahc4d-ofall others, and unanimously approved*—The Productions of a licensed Surgeon and Physician of 20 years prac tical experience. ' "• RafherivV Balm of Gilead.—Among all the remedies'before tbe public, this stands pre-eminent in the early stages of Consumption, Bronchitis, Cai' arrah, Poztgfts,Hoarsness, Asthma, Spitting of Blood, and for all affections of the pulmonary or. fjans occasioned by cold. Too much praise cannot be bestowed upon this remedy, nnd the proprietor urges any one affected with any df the abpve'complaints, to secure it at once. RAn.-Er.TvV Famii-v Pills. —Tlie ; best. Family Physic now in the Country for sick head-ache, costiveness, cleansing the stomach of bile, purifying the blood, carrying off diseased humors and restoring health. , ' Rajbehtys Fema...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 14 November 1850

PABOCHIAt SCHOOt of St. Andrew's- Chnrcn Springville, Peuu'o. „„,^rrr.p<? i Rev- G.M. SKINNER,Rector TEACSEES,^ MtssC.A^SKfersER.Preceptress THE Fall term or Quarter, will commence on the third Wednesday of October, when it will be the most appropriate and advantageous for students to enter. No students will be received for a less term than one half a quarter unless his absconce is caused by sickness. TERMS-. Common English branches, per quarter, ?2 SO Higher English branches,, „ „ 5 50 Higher branches of Mathematics it Languages, 6 00 Vocal Music will bs taught.one'hour each Wednesdov afternoon. There will be no contingent expenses except fo? fuel. . - Tlie advantages offered in this School, it is believed- will 'not be surpassed by any in the country. Particular attention will be given to those preparing to teach,tbe school being under the pas toral care of the Rector. THOMAS NICHOLSON, ) rr-ar,,„„Q . AMOS WILLIAMS. \ WardeD9 Sew Firm! THE subscribers"bave commenced bus...

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