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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 2 October 1884

-nJSsc! Vr " "" " " J t Tlb r f- 1S'S-i ". -J- 8 THE NATIONAL TEIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1884. NEWS OF THE WEEK, Tiie itfcws from All Parts of ihc World. TDV TUE" Siddalls Soap jrn& Fdami I mm Iw-a iM m m in A. 1 m a . . . . . m I Jf 1 J . Am 11 a k At a A I m it ? f 1 A X i 1 tOr " Oar Xatlonal Ynr Songs Book Contains all the famous war songs; 165 pages, fall Bhcot-inusic size, with piano or organ ac corapanimout. Title page in five colore, repre fcenting afitirring battle scone, -worth alone the price of book. Price, postpaid, ninety cents. Albo, Blaine and Logan Songsters. S. Bbaixaito's Sons, Chicago. III. 13C Slate btreet. The Business OolleKe, Grand Bapids-, Mich , under Prof. C. G Smmebor, is one of the old est and moat ffLVANthlv Irtintrn in flm Vvtli- west. It has graduated more than 1,000 pupils, who occupy situations, lucrative and honorable, in all parte of the country. Some of them liavc now a large bustnus? in tlicir own names. One of the adva...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 October 1884

"If I. ?-.' T'"'.'''":"V5- Itemral Mh tint m. "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS." ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1884. VOL. IV-NO. 9.-WH0LE NO. 165. ml 0. 0. HOWARD'S Pmonfal Heminiscences of tlie War of ike Rebellion. SIEGE OE ENOXTILLE. Likeness to Massena's Defense of Genoa. BTJim?SEDE'SEINE COOTTJCT Longstreet's Swift Rush, from Chattanooga. rEY MAJ.-GEN. O. O. HOWAED, TJ. S. A. icorauanTEn. AtL bights eesebyedJ XL1IL Since my visit to Italy about a month ago my xaind has been awakened to a new interest in Napoleon's campaign across the Alps during the Spring of 1600. I am struck with the like ness in general (of course, with a few con trasts) to that of Gen. Grant in Tennessee during the Autumn of 1663. The siege of Knoxville, wbero Burnside held the chief command, corrcsnonds to that of i Genoa, defended by Xapolcon's brave Massena. Massena's vigorons sorties against the different Austrian Generals w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 October 1884

t5"j?Viv ---5 -" 2 THE NATIONAL TRIBUTE:: WASHmGQD.. 0., THURSY, OjDTpER 9, 1884 jjethcr, talked over the situation amicably, tod sjrrccd not to firo upon each oilier at night viLhout first giving warning, besiecers immensely; hut, as This suited tho they vvcre ad- vantunsull tho time and needed to push tho Confederates about 35 feet further hack each succeeding night, the HA2M0NI0J(P' DELATIONS "WEUE NOT TEE 6EBVI3 TriUiout great tact and diplomacy on the part of the Union gontinelsand officers. On several occasions, -when crowded too far, tho Confeder ate olficor sworo tliey would no longer submit to such oicrbeariug apgnssion. gave'notice of lioslilitics. and withdrew w.tlnn their works. Atsorh times tlic Union soldiers retired within thoir advanced trcnohes, let the rebs blaze away for a tune, gave them as good as they sent, taking good c&tk that the enemy gained noth injfby such previbhiiess. The policy was adopt ed of onceutrating all our batteries within range upon such p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 October 1884

"5-c - - THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1884. V1 is? K FIGHTING THE&J OVER .What Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. PORT REPUBLIC. III I further Contributions to the History of that Shnrp Little ContesL" To THE EditoiU As In your issue of the 25th nit. it -appears that your correspondents are "badly mixed as to what troops were engaged in -the battle of Port Kcpublic, I write this to correct some of the errors. The infantry en gaged were two brigades of Shields's Division; one was commanded by Gen. Tyler, and com posed of the 5th, 7th, 29th and G6tb Ohio regi ments; the other was commanded by S. S. Car roll (Colouol of theSth Ohio, who shortly before Jliad been appointed Brigadier-General, but not then coiuirmed), composed of the 7th Ind., 84th and 110th Pa. and the 1st Va, The artillery engaged was battery L, 1st Ohio, Capt. Robin son, and Capt. Clark's Regular battery. Wo liad with us, beside Headquarters' escorts, some cavalry fr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 October 1884

4r K " V V T" HAHA ?4Ss' I - Kr 5 J--s-jifauew-' s& "M. .iV "r-i-i" -X THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, a, THURSDAY, 'OCTOBER 9; 1884; Kfg?F7?faf 1M&SSHS&WA3 ".-"s'- i- -r i'?.-3v "- --sasr5f j. Kr y; .,&r?'-" i, ct? sywj-'" ' The National Tribune, Established 1877.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One 3ollar per Tear, invariably in Advance. JS4x months, 75 cents. "So subscription for a less period received. SPECIAX. ASKOXnGEaiESTT. MONEY sad xis, oUicrwisc than by registered leiier, postal voles, postal vioney order, or draft on Jfetc JojJw, vs&l If al the risl of Ute sender. A GENTS Wc employ no agents. TlTE NATIOHAI. 9?KiiirJCE lias many volunteer canvassers, and ihey ore generally honest and faitJifal ; but persons who confide their subscriptions to tlicmmxuslbc their own fudges of their responsibility. The paper tciU be sent oidyon receipt oftlie subscription price. ADDRESSES, RENEWALS, Etc Addresses vtB he changed as often as desired, bttt cacli subscriber shouldt n -ev...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 October 1884

SF5i;F3flS5B THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGT(p,). 0.,- THURSDAY, OCTOBER 6, 188t 8 -r WASHINGTON GOSSIP, Tiie Weeklv Collection About tlie Na tional Capital MIDNIGHT CA3JIXET-XASISO. Ill Wnshirifrn 5k lamrhinirovertlietrOUbloB and -nortilexitics incident to tbe induction of j Postmaster Gresham into the exalted office -fcf Secretary of tbe Treasury. One of the chronic peculiarities of the President is that of delaying action in filling places nntil the last practical moment. One night, at nearly 11 o'clock. Secretary Chandler received a telegram from the President informing him of the ap pointment of Judge Gresham as Secretary of the Treasury, and instructing him to have that gentleman sworn into oince hefore mid night. It required sharp work, and Secretary Chandler called to his assistance several other officials, among them ilr. Adee, Third As sistant Secretary of State, and requested him to go to the State Department and secure a blank coimaission and oath and meot the party Et Ju...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 October 1884

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY 00T0BER 9, 1884. b THE GRAND' -ARMY, News from Headparlers Reports frfera tlie Departments. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. Grand Cami-flre ef Forsyth rost-CompHmenUnir. the Comniandcr-In-Clilcf General Order Re questing luforwalion. Toledo, O., Oct 4. The event of the tveek in Grand Army cir cles at Toledo was the Forsyth Carap-firo Wed nesday, ivhicli " "as dccipued as a special recep 1ion to the oir laxit Chaplain, Department of Ohio, T. G. Warner, of Elyria. Tho program -was arranged to this end, but at tho last mo inoutComrade Warner telegraphed his inability to bo present and address the meeting. The Gimp-tire went on nil thesamc and was a grand success, Forsyth llclief Corps end Mark E. Sibley Camp, Sons of Veterans, being largely represented, by special invitation from the Post Commander Wm. Corlott presided for xhe first time in public since his election to succeed Commander Alcorn, promoted to Adjutant-General on the StaiTof the Com...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 October 1884

VZ - f -:Sr''?SS;:-S?v --t -k - x X"JH,JZ-'?,imXrmr'&'Z?WPr i'ST'i-S" 3 T; .- .. - - i -v-- W-'V , ' "-- THE NATIONAL- .TftlBlip-WASHIMT D. 0., THURSDAY, r OCTOBER 9, -1884. LOYALWOMP'SWORK - Hintsfor Home Decorations Experi ence Meeting Conversation Clnb. "WINDOW YXXES FOB TTOrTKR. Row that tho nights aro turning chill and b certain snap in tho air of an early morning or a late evening hour tells that the frost-king isxm Ms way, a tastyvvoman beginstb think of turning lier attention from her flowers outside to the windows of plauts and Tines that aro to do so much towards making, a cheerful room wlieu tho snows begin to fall and the bleak "Winds blow. And wbat is prettier than a glossy-leaved, thrifty vine. Especially when one considers Low easy it is to grow a vine, and bow difficult, in many houses, to Lave healthy flowering-plants does its dosirability become the greater. A. vino will creep and cling and flourish where a plant will sickon and die of regular old-fashioned con...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 9 October 1884

j-tf j $,rS fitf rft?r -; . j - THE NATIONAL TRIBUNES WASHlNGT D.C, THURSffiETOCTDBER 9, 1884 "8 tf i 'r NEWS OF THE WEEK, Tk News from All Paris of the World. . ABROAD. The Cholera Commission appointed, to ex amine the epidemic at Marseilles have submit ted tfioir report They state that they followed the progress of the disease by hourly examin ing the Wood of persons fetricken with it. They found that in each case at iirst a few of the globules presented an unhealthy appearauce, ttien one-third were aflected, then one-half, then two-thirds, and finally death resulted. The important fact was developed that all the glob ules were not simultaneously affected. While the cholera epidemic is rapidly abating in Eu tojmj a large number of deaths still occur in Ilalv. On the 1st inst there were 421 fresh cases and 229 deafts. Of this number 136 cases sud 5S deuthB occurred in Naples, and 52 cases and 30 deaths in Genoa. Since this date there has been a steady decrease in the mortality in t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 October 1884

- - T ' Waiixm&i "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS.' - A ESTABLISHED 1877 -NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1834. VOL. IV-N0. 10 -WHOLE W. 166. -3 r ' y . SAVING THE piOi Tke End of the Desperate Fighting on Stone's River. tUHNING THE TIDE. Bragg Held at Bay All Along the Line. ROSEORANS'S GALLANTRY The Final and Bloody Struggle on the East Bank. BY "CAnLKTON." ) COrYKIOHTED. ALL KMlllTS KEeEKYED. XLVL lb Ui Boys mid Girls of the United Stales: In war there arc narrow margins. There tro only hair-breadths between victory and defeat. At 11 o'clock in the forenoon of Dec SI, 1SC2, if we could have looked down upon the battle of Stone's River, we should have seen the cause of the Union trembling in the scale, with victory seemingly settliug upon the ban ners of the Confederacy. Gen. Bragg had driven the Union Right Wing, changed the front of battle, sent thousands of Union troops fleeing through the woods, captured, more th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 October 1884

THE NATIONAL TEIBOTE: WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1884. was ad vised "fry my friends to quietly maintain mv position, and was assured tiiat, as John Hinckman was an elderly man, it could not be long before I could rightfully assume the posi tion for which I had been selected. But I tell you, sir," he continued with animation, "the old fellow seems as vigorous as ever, and I have no idea how much longer this annoying state of things will continue. I spend my time in trying to keep out of that old man's way. I must not leave this house, and he seems to fol low mc evervwherc I tell .you, sir, he haunts me." ' "That is truly a queer state of thiugs." I rc maikcd. "Hut why are you afraid of him? He couldn't hurt you." "Of course ho couldn't," said tho ghost. "B'-t his very presence is a shock and terror to mc Imagine, sir, how you would feel if my case were yours." I could not imagine such .a thing at all. I simply shuddered. "And if one must 1)3 a wrongful ghost at all," the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 October 1884

--yjByyxBiifybi1 ' iajMHiglMgW3ggag;'' in tjiyzf:, jsgej&wqgr.v "'ia"9'S'?f?8?rI,r " '"pito-ta THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON; fD. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1884. . FIGHTING THEAJ OVER, What Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. PORT GIBSON. tome SfnhlMe Remarks About Criticism Impossi bility of Any One JIan Kninun;,' All the Facts Concerning n Figlit An Inillanian's Hcmoric Aho Those or an IIHuoImui. To thk Euitok: It seems to be the fashion now days when somebody writes something somebody else don't Jikc, to rush into print and call the party of the first part a liar, or words to that eliVcL Feeing so much of this going on in The Triijcni:, (and it appears the true in wardness of this thing cannot be brought out in any other way,) 1 think it about time forme tostick in my shovel, or 1 may get lelt entirely. While I will not call any one hard names, I shall take a firm stand on what 1 am about to "write. 1 have just finished reading an artiele by Comrade C. 1. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 October 1884

THE . NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16. 1884. The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) Published weekly. One Dollar per Tear, Invariably In Advance. lx months, 7." cents. No subscription for a less period received. SPECIAL AXXOUNOE3IKNT. JUOXEV sent us, othenctse than by registered Idler, postal notes, postal money order, or draft on Xcw York, trill be at Uic risk of the sender. A GEXTS. V.'c employ no agents. Tar. National Tninuxn Itas many volunteer canvassers, and they are generally honest and faithful; but persons who confide their subscriptions to them must be their own judges of their responsibility. The paper vrill be sent only on rcceiiit 'fine subtcripiion price. ADDRESSES, RENEWALS, Etc. Addresses will be changed as often as desired, but cadi subscriber thouldin every case give thcoidnswcll asnetcaddrcss. In renewing, subscribers should be careful to send us the label on ihc last iipcr received, and specify any cor rections or cJiUnges they desire ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 October 1884

5 -g"-" i pM- .V; -,''Wr'. --' Jft- ,. ,., J535!jyM5W-- J"TKr"N,s- iTRc WASHINGTON GOSSIP, 'Ilie Weekly Collection About the Na tional Capital. WAEnrXGTON AS A. PEAT OF tKARNIXQ. Few people are accustomed to look upon "Washington as an educational ceutor, and yet few placos offer moro advantages ior the train jug of youth thau this city does. There is scarcely a business or profession under the &un that a younii man may desire to enter into that lias not some institution here which will tit him for it in the very best stylo: and. what is more, this city turns out probably, in proportion to its size, more professional men than any other in the Nation. Perhaps, too, nowhere else in the world have so many professional men j:ot their technical training at as little cost of time and money as here. The lecture hours of all the law and medical schools iu the city aro fixed so that those who are engngfd during tlio dav may attend them in the evening, and thus he'earning a good living fo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 October 1884

& THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,; D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1884. THE GRAND ARMY, A Shrewd Swindler News From the Departments. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. ApjHiintmrnt or Committees Warning Against Frauilh Good News from Alabama Report of the lSth Encampment. Toledo. O., Oct. 11. With this is forwarded General Orders, No. 7, announcing the Committees appointed at the last National Encampment, for the informa tion of comrades of llio G.A.K. It will be ob serve' that Past Commander-in-Chief George S. Merrill, Jawrcnce, Mass., heads the- Coui-mitt-o on IVnsions, a position to which his marked fidelity to soldiers' interests and large experience in pension legislation richly enti tles him. l'ast Commander-in-Chief Louis Wagner, Gen. C. J I. Grosvenor, of Athens, who, by the way, is sure to go to Congress this year ironi IiiStUhio) district, and tho eloquent Corp. Tanner, wlib left both legs on the battlefield, retain their places on the committee. The resolution pasted by tho 18th ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 October 1884

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1884. LOYAL WOMtN'S WORK Health Hints The nonschold Fall Fashions. TALTJE OF OUTDOOR EXKRC1SE. It is very generally conceded that daily out door exercise is necessary to the health of man. woman and child. Without this exercise the Bystem becomes vitiated, the appetite deranged and tho functions of the body are at a stand still. Now, it mut be apparent to every one that nothing but the -forc-o o! hab.t or tho im perative call of daily vocation will take people out on a rainy or lowering day. So it is well when one becomts addicted to the outdoors liabit. Wheu once formed, it will be found harder to keep indoors than to go out, even if the elements arc tin propitious. One reason why men enjoy uniformly better health than women is because their tastes, business and daily habits take them regularly into tho open air. Women may, under tho pressure of home duties, work just as hard, but it is too often under the goad and lash...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 16 October 1884

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE:' WASHINGTON, J). C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1884. 8 NEWS OF THE WEEK, The News from All Parts of the World. ABROAD. War seems at last to havo commenced in earnest between the French and Chinese. Tho town of Tamsui has been bombarded by the French lleetand all the fortifications destroyed. The houses of the Europeans residing in the city have been riddled witli shells, but tho in habitants have not suffered any fatalities. On the 6th Col. Dannicr, with several companies of infautry and a section, of artillery, had an cnpageiaent with tho Chineso troops in the "valley of the Loo Chuan iiivcr, which lasted six hours. The Chinese made a stubborn rc Bistaucc, but were finally completely routed. Fourgunboatsassisted tho French forces. Four of the French, including a Captain, were killed, and 20 were wounded. The troops of Gen. Ncgricr and G.OOOof the Chinese Ilegulai-shavc aUo fought a battle at the village of Kcp. The Cbinc-se commenced the attack at 9 o'clock in tbcm...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 October 1884

, T T ' - ; "VE- '" -rv- iP5 ?X -'-".. yc s y- , -'- ' X -- H si IllNilii-k rffmn& "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS.'1 -i 1 ESTABLISHED 1877 -NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 188-1. i VOL. IV-NO. 11 -WHOLE NO. 167. fe-.. fflntwuwi fr p i mm 'Hw iifTiiiTwiT 1 1 "lrrriBiBi: m i? P0t! liiu Figlitiiig for Possession of the Missis sippi River. BILLS OF "VTOESBURG. Admiral Farragut Runs His ' -Fleet Past the Batteries. THE RAI "ARKANSAS." Defeat of Breckinridge1 at Eaton Rouge. Men 1IY roorvirHaroav i juokTs itusRVi:i.J XLY1L To the licit aad Girh of the United Slate.: There sreso many turnings and windings in the Mississippi that the distance from New Orleans by river to Memphis is 00 miles. Yicksburg is midway the two cities. The hot torn lands between Yicksburg and Memphis are very wide, but two miles above Yicksburg the bluffs on th eastern side are on the bank of the river and arc- 10 feet high not perpen dicular, but sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 October 1884

,9-'! , Jf. THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE t WASHINGTON- D. . 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1884. 60. i had sqnnntlorcrt tho money he had appropri ated in dissipation; and that he -was even a more worthless character than I had believed. I felt no compunction for the part I had played. Iliad only fulfilled my duly. Nor did L an ticipate his threats were anything mora than the -expressions of the hate which he naturally felt toward me. He was condemned to two years imprison ment with hard labor. ClI.U'TKU 11;-:- The two years passed swiftly by. I had nearly forgotten ilacfarlane. The only result of the affair as regards me had been that my partners conceived an exaggerated notion of my ability and tact, and reposed greater confi dence in me than before. The firm of which I was a junior partner w:is an old-cbialilishcd one. Our business was that of xnanuiac'uring goldsmiths, and was a profit able one. However, trade was by no means so prosperous as it had been; in spite of unre mitting efforts the inco...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 October 1884

-5yi'l-K!5!i-.4i'-'' "fV -. -HF5. -r "ri- rf1 -r- a; "-N -V l-T - i " THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1884. FIGHTING THEIJ OVER, Vliat Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. READY FOR A- RAID. Some of ilic Exploits or tlie 11th In. Car. To the Editor: I don't see anything in your valuable paper about the 11th Pa. Cav the regiment that captured Gen. Robert E. Lee's sou (Rrig.-Gen. Lee) at South Anna River Bridge, June 2G, 1SG3, and the icgiment that opened the last great battle of the war at Ap pomattox Court-house, April 9, 1S65. The 11th Pa. Cav. was originally organized as 'Harlan's Light Cavalry.'' It was raised as an independent regiment in IStfl by Joseph Harlan, or Philadelphia, tinder special author ity of the Secretary of War. Companies were raised in different States, Co. A being from Iowa, portions of Co. E and F from New York, a part of 1 from New Jersey. Co. M from Ohio, and the remainder of the regiment from Penn sylvania. The...

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