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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 2 July 1853

THE >AILY DISPATCH « •« *o«d -a be -houM be, who does not atrir «o be belter than he is. Whatever be the motives f>r inaull, it ta al vara beat io overlook it; for folly scarcely can SKiV*"*"" 1 ' and nal.ee » punished by ne*lect. Religion is the beat armor a man can have, but the worst cloak. A prise of five hundred dollars is offered bv the New Orleana merchants lo ihe C "P ,B "V\ ihe ship ih«t makes the beat run from that port to Liverpool. It ie expected that ihe Great Weaiern Rail road, in Canada, will be opened from i\ia K ar» to the Detroit river, on ihe Ist ol January next. We are pleased to notice in our Savannah exchanges,the flourishing condition of the g" reia Central Rnilroad. Ihe D.reciora of that Company have declared a dividend of eight P'r cent. They have a surplus iund of $266,000. " Whv " says a correspondent of a Baltimore naner "should death and marriage noticea be naid fort" To which the editor replies "* or the beat reason in the world- One is a notice o...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 4 July 1853

VOL. B—NO. 222 THE I) MLY DISPATCH = jis A.. CO WARD IN, Proprietor. HUGH R PLEASANTS. Editor. ANn pabiskm a- kin«m STF * MSHiP EXPRESS, Per b«»ANOHK AND JA«K>»TOWN. pvnHCFD KATES AND INCREASED tXPEDI- Iv - TION, &c «c- Tjjj. proprietor, having made now arrangement* for the alii! better diapatch of their Expreaa by the ateam'hipa Uoanoh® and Jamestown from York, they wish to keep it before the public, thatPARISF.N & KING S POPULAR SOUTHKRN EXPRESS i« always on hand tor the accoraraoda ti«">n of their frienda, at the loweat rate* and unpa ralleled ditpatch— their Expreaa leaving New York, i* seiierwlly delivered atalmoat every point of Vir sluia in 43 h mra, and throughout North Carolina in 5« hour*, «n<* at forty per cent below the old HUM BUG MONOPOLY PARISEN & KING'S facilttii * for the expedition* of Freight and Package*, cannot be be*t by any > xpret* company in exiitence, and they defy ar.y c mpetidon, therefore, In the tnape of humbug Imposition and mon...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 4 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. iJSoocstder.bly that of all the D*7 W BMunood combined- It | (lH .MO NP • A»« Meaday »•«!■«. ■»»«? 4 » ISaS ' OF EUROPE. The Africa's news, the material portions ot which have already been published by u«, in dicate do change in the position of the Turk question, and furnish no clue to the ulnmale designs of the Czar. From all q«««™. we learn that the Sultan is straining every nerve to pat his country in a posture o though one account represents his inances as in a deplorable condition, we can see no evi dence to support such a statement ,n the act.- ▼ity which appears to animate his military preparations. A Prussian correspondent of the London Times represents his infantry and ca valry as deficient in discipline, and but ill adapt ed to sustain the fatigue of a campaign, or the shock of actual battle, against veterans, such as the Czar will be certain to send against them; but the same writer says tbat his artil lery is the best in Europe. It seems quite cer tai...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 4 July 1853

the latest news. Important Chinese news. The New York Exriess of Thursday in • late afternoon postscript haa the following intel* ligence: Surrender of Sankin — Effcct of the AY if* in I ondon — Withdrawal of Teat from the Market- We understand that the house of Messrs. James W alter &. Co., of Front street, Tea Im porters, have received a telegraphic dispatch from Trieste, giving some most important in dulgence Itom China, in anticipation of the overland mail. ~ . |. is stated that the dispatch in question ad- T j f es a staie cf extreme consternation through out ih<* whole north of China, that all busi nees at the ports except Canton waa at a stanu still- . „ The slaughter in small engagements was great, and no produce of any kind coming down, the csnal communications being closed. In confirmation of these accounts received I, Meseis- Walter, it is reported here that all , P; . ,rf withdrawn ftom London market 011 lire d t> <>f st. amer Africa's sailing. \\ . in.,v...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 4 July 1853

THE I'AIL Y .DISPATCH J?dS'uom«pun up ntc gjimfM 1 Looking m hitchf" "Forty-two vear»," was Eng's repl*. "Du tell! Getlin kinder used to it, I c»t»- late?" "We ought to be," said they. k'innr • Ye.. I vow you ought. You Mlew b long to the same church—spec you do" "Yes indeed," said Chans. .— hitch "Want to know—well i swan, you queer," sail Jed, minuteJy examining ill a pucker, I reckon. "Do»'t ld drini S nothfng, I g ess—ever go into ■wiroT" , STgStaf-Mhi-* few momenta in si -1C°Loo"k > he'ref s'pose one or you fellers get into a acrape, and was about to be put.njail, how'd you msnage that/ "Oil," says Eng. -I go Chang's bail." "Oh, ye*, could do that, by hokejr. And Jedediah having exhausted hia cross oxamination, went off whistling. Some of the rappers hare waked up the spirit of Gen. Jackson. Just hear him an swer the questions; Q. When will Cuba be annexed? A. In six years. Q. When will Mexico be annexed? A. In three years. Santa Anna will make war on the United btates. Q. A...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 6 July 1853

VOL. B—NO. 223 THE DAILY DISPATCH f AS, A. COW ARDIN, Propiiator. KTTQ-H R. PLEASANTS. Editor. Otti'ORTANT PAHIsKN «C KIMO'S STEAMSHIP EXPRESS. Per ROANOKB AND J A >IKHTO WN. REDUCED RATE* AND INCREASED EXPEDI TION, Ac 4c- THE proprietors having made new arrangements for the istii! better dispatch e<f their Express by the steemebiys KonnnUe and Jamentown from N«w York. th«y wish to keep ii before the public, that PARISEN it KINGS POPULAR SOUTHERN EXPRESS is alwHjg on hand tor the accommoda tion r,f their friends, at the lowest rates and unpa ralleled dispatch- their Express leaving New York, is generally delivered at almost every point of Vir ginia in 43 h' urs. and throughout North Carolina in 56 hours, and at f rty per cent below theold HUM BUG MONOPOLY PARI3KN Si KINK'S faciUth s for the expeditious transportation ot Freight and Packages, cannot be teat by any t xpress company in existence, and they defy any competition, tberelore, in the suape of Ibbiuiik, Imposition and m...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 6 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. 1 Th , rir -ul*tioa ot Uw Dally Diapateh ex of all the Dally papers ol tkbinood g 11? Hiw o N • y A.I g«Jsf<«T Wsrsisg. Jsly 6, := ™iFgaUGE ON nil: COVING ION AND OHIO RAILKOAD. We have received from Col. Garneit, a reply of considerable length to out commentary upon hia former communication. As soon aa we shall have gotten rid of the pressure oc ♦ casioned by the Fourth of July, we w.ll pub .sh it, with our commentaries. The delay w.ll be « ahort, and will, we think, produce no inconve nience to any party. Our answer .s all ready for the press, and ss we wish to be done w.th •the subject, we should publish it, at once, but for the reasons stated. DEATH OF A DISTINGUISHED VIR GINIAN. Dr. Nathaniel Chapman, widely known throughout both hemispheres, as a physician of extraordinary skill and attainments, died ai bia residence in Philadelphia on Thursday last. Dr. Chapman was a native of Virginia, and though be settled in Philadelphia when quite a voung man, never...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 6 July 1853

THE LATEST NEWS Fr*m TruztU*and llnhxa—Atefmt Ravage* c 1 tke Yellow Fever. Bostojc, July 2<l.—The biig Helen Jane, from Truaillo June 12th, reports that the coun try was perfectly quiet. The war between Honduras and Guatemala, such aa it was, was at attend. The bark Montpellier, Irom R'lhia May 11th, though not so late a a the brief accounts pub lished via England, gives a more definite state ment of the ravagea of the yellow lever there. The fatality amongst the English vessels in port » as terrible, and some of them hntl been left with scarcely a man on board. The fever was also raging on shore, but the authorities •oppressed all information on the subject. Washington Aj/atrt. Washington, July 3.—There has been se veral resignations in the departments,' and among ihem one $900 clerkship, and one $ 1,- 200. The classify ing of the clerks in the General Post Oilier, in such a manner that they will e .v c nSr-ifted, proves to be no easy matter, bi,.i i 1 !•> now doubted whethe...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 6 July 1853

fHEDAIL*IDISPATCH -Itir Price OF RAW SILK'-" i AOTAP ' * Ibe a r r ival of the Baltic it m«w ,h,t » ' " _ u : c i. inn airy for raw silk 10 New » P «. fw>och ra«* silk, while mLhTo." -a be oa the eve of » rise. The exhibition of the R ?W a !i*"™ C v Agricultural end MeeheoicalS • y held «« Port Ror«l. V°t,'elolhofNovem commencing oof hursday.the her next. Tb. otfon a^ifc^rS. wi..o„ * P,I. taioed a loss of about f I,W. painting. Mr James Anderson, the tragedian, ia play iogin Liverpool, tit comes to this country next autumn. It i« said that Judge Nicholson, of Nashril'e, km entered upon hia duties as one of the edi tors of the Washington Union. John Porter has been appointed keeper of the Lipht House at Cove Point, Chesapeake Bay, in place ofMr. liance, removed. It ii said the grave of James Madson, twice Preaident of the Usited States, cannot now be recognized. The difficulties between the police of Mexi eo and the soldiers continue, and every day gross abuses are committed by th...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 7 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. VOL. 3—NO. 224 Trlß DAILY DISPATCH JA9. A~ COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH F PLEASANTS. Editor. ANDWKF PAKIHRM Ac KING'S STEAMSHIP EXPRESS, p«»r KtMNOKK AND JAMKHTOWN. REDUCED RATKS AND INCREASED EXPEDI TION, Ate <kc. TH K propi ietnrt having made new arrangements for the stiil better dispatch of their Exprett by tf>e stearo'hipt Uanaake and Jamestown from New York, they w;*h to keep it before the public, tfc.it PAKISEN & KINO S POPULAR SOUTHERN EXPRESS ia always on hand tor the accommoda tion tff their friends. at the lowett ratet and unpa ralleled dWpatch- their Exprets leaving New York, la generally delivered at almoat every point of Vir clnia in 4S hr>urt, and throughout North Carolina in 56 hours. and at f'rty per cent below theold HUM BUG MONOPOLY PARIS KN Sl KfKG'B facllltit a for the expedition! transportation of Freight and Packaget, cannot be beat by any f xprnat company in exittence, and they defy any competition, therefore, In the anape of fcn...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 7 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. rf The circulation of the Dally Dispatch «*• coniktoribly that of all the Dally papers of dtfemoau combined. fc—jssssss 1 '■ i ""■ ====== " RICH WO N D » TA.t Tlartfar Msralac, Jsljr T, 1803<> ~ board of public works. We accidently omitted to notice, yesterday, the organisation of the new Board of Public Works. Pursuant to law, it met in the copitol on the 4th inst. Archibald Graham waschosen President of the Board, and Wm. R. Drinkard was elected Secreiary. Col. Drinkard was Secretary to the old Board, and waa a de servedly popular officer; his election by the new Board is, of course, satif factory to his nu merous friends, while the Board have retained a capable and faithful officer. The Board proceeded to draw lots to settle the terms for which each member should hold his office—the Constitution requiring that after the first election such a decision should be had one member to hold office for two years, ano ther four, and the third for star, the regular...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 7 July 1853

THE LATEST NEWS. Dimjkacekcl Row at Annapolis.—On the Fourth of July, come 400 Baltimoreans visited Annapolis in the Steamer Ponhatan on a pleasure excursion. They arrived early in the (orenoon and dispersed themselves through the town—some at the hoi'sea of friends, others at public places, others survey, ing the city and country. About 3 o'clock in the afternoon, as a number of Baltimoreans were returning to the boat, they were as saulted by a body of Annapolitaim, and pur sued to the boat, » here a number of shots were fired at them. The boat was shoved into the stream snd Anally had to go higher up the river and take on the balance of her passen gers und»r the guns of Fort Severn. When the Powhatan hauljd off from the wharf her deck was covered with brkk bats and missiles hurled at her passengers by the mob. Three person* were wounded, one seriously, by shots, aiiUoiir was badly hurt by a brick. H'tuhineton Ajfairs Washington, July sth—The President having accepted the invitatio...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 7 July 1853

THE DAILY,DISPATCH s -rr; (on or TH* A*a*ok —An enter * * u =.progress in Nsw York by »n fc*»- trn cer.iemm, under the auspices of the Pe aemrarneiit, havin* io view theperma '%«"f«t>lish.mnrofa system of navigation SdJitJ American nver Anwton, the 1ar "'."H"!,...". flow- L"""; S F..„ik» ... .V'Z .-earners, two number. One is l«!t • •ad ber con.ort SO. , The engines .re,**M ng 11 Prgiie Sc. Murphv's iron works. Ihe bull*. 10 bf* in i w ill hf> ''r.Z.T :~ k T kwJThe'.b J "oa..l .d.pod M]U» ouooiti' "" " orcui. other steamers and nothing unforeseen ocw. "«« will follow as earl/ as practicable.—iV«« 1 otk Jour. f y "'»»>rrce. General Detiibioski has addressed the follow in? letter, dated Paris, June 10, to the Debalt: i resd in your journal the translation of an article in fhe Aorni** Chronicle, in whi -h my name is mentioned, and I see with as tciu*hi»-n( that lam said to have offered my cervices to the Sultan. I should be happy and flattered if au offer to receive my service...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 8 July 1853

VOL. 3—NO. 225 THE DAILY DISPATCH JAB A. COWARDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS, Editor. "Important AND <V KINGS sTEAM SH I P EX P 11E SS, Per ROANOKB AND JAMESTOWN, rfduced rates and increased expedi TION, See <*c. THE proprietors having made new arrangements for the sti'l better dispatch of their Express by the steamships Konaoke and Jamestown from Mew York. th«»y wish to kepp it before the public, that PAKISEN A- KING'S POPULAR SOUTHERN .EXPRESS is always on hand lor the accommoda tion of their friends, at the lowest rates and unpa ralleled di«patch- their Express leaving New York, is senr-raily de.ivered at almost every point of Vlr glnia in 4S hours. and throughout North Carolina in &> hours. and at fr>rty per cent below the old HUM BUG MONOPOLY PARIS KN A KING'S facillti) s for the expeditions transportation of Freight and Packages, cannot be beat by any fxprsss company in existence, and they defy any therefore, in the snape of humbug. Imposition and monopoly....

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 8 July 1853

«r#E miLY DISPATCH. that of all ike Daily paper* ol HlohmonJ <vM«blDcd- — «■ KnHtH'M*-**.' ■»■»* 8« 18**' - VIRGINIA AND KENTUCKY. The presa in its coramentariea upcn our Railroad connection, with Kentucky, over look the moat direct of the line, that hare been propoaed, Til: that by way of_th«. mou brf Big Sandy River. We hare no.doubtthai he ,wo principal line, will be by the Cumberland Gap and the other by the B.g Sandy. The Cumberland Gap route, bow ser, was originally deigned for a more Southern tendency than to the line of the Virginia Railroad,; and .t makes so great a atride Southwardly from Lexington, that the f « W from that city Tia the B.g Sandy, mu.t be considerably the shortest The Big Sandy route will also be the short eat from Memphis. We have several times taken occasion to sp*ak of the projected road from Memphie to Bowling Green, in Ken tacky—and from thence to Lex'mpton. Ten nesaee and Kentucky have chartered ibis line, and the necessary subscriptions have been...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 8 July 1853

THE LATEST NEWS FOREIGN NEWS BY TME AMERICA. XKCLAKI). Business in Parliament was unimportant.— The prevailing opinion was that the combined French and English fleet would enter the Dar danelles, in consequence of Russia's occupa tion of the Danution Provinces; after which Austria will offer to mediate, cud negotiations commence. It was fully believed the crisis would terminate peaceably. The cotton oporativeaat I>anveis and Black burn threaten to strike. The weather throughout England was very fine, end the prospects of harvest flattering. The crops in Ireland indicate an early har vest. FRANCE. Several ministerial changes are announced. A remarkable statement is current that the Emperor intend* to submit the question of peace or war with Russia to the popular vote. It isalso rumored that the French government had a ropy r,f the Russian manifesto ten days ago, and had recommended the Porie to ac ce.if t" teans in the form of a note instead of S I fen IV. I't.e niteur contains a ...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 8 July 1853

THfi iiaILY.UISI'AXCH COMMERCIAL. (IICHMONO MAKKKW. , , Ttr lie fDtrk ending Tkwrtda* Br*«>ng, J* ! V 7 - ICAWCFCIXV CORKKCTBD.J RACON Virginia cured, hog round, brings 9| to 10 et«; old Western and Baltimore Side* ?i to 8 cent.; Shoulder. 3* to 6* cti; new 3M«*Bi to C| ct*; Ham* I** to 13 CU; new Shoulder* <i to 7} emit*. _ _ ~ BUTTER i* dull. F rkin 12 to 16 cent* per lb., G«*hen 18 t* 22 cent*. . BEESWAX—27 a 26 cU. Pr lb.—with "mall re •SffiSfX COTTON YARNS—The trade In Cotton here i* limited. The quotation, are Vi to 10ct*. Cotton Yarns io to 1» cm per lb.—»c »rce. COFFEE—OId Java 11* to 12; Laguayra .0* to 10* ; Rio 9f to 10 CU; Cape 81 a 3 c, »' M " 11 !' 8 lX * CANDLES —Tallow 121 a 13; Hull * patent 14; Spam 31 a 33; Adamantine 25 a 31. Jackson * P "cOAL—10 to 22* cent* on board for good mix- Ad, fine and lump; 9 to 11 cent* lor black*mith * •oal. CORN—'W to 60 eentr CORN MEA L-« 5 to 70 cent* per bushel FLoUii—The market hat been dull and quiet •ince our last report....

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 9 July 1853

VOL, 3—NO. 22(5 THE DAILY DISPATCH Tab. A. COWAHDIN, Proprietor. HUGH R. PLEASANTS. Editor. TO CONTRACTOR!*— VI R« IN 61 m a CKSTKAL RAILROAD.-Pro powi. will be at the Alum Spring.. Bath county. Va , from the Ist to the 15 h July, for a 1 the h-'Bvv tertlooit on the Virginia Central Rail road, between Millooro'and Jackson'* River. The work now opened embrace* *ome very de sirable job*, Including heavy cuts and fills, several turn,'!# and the abutments and piers of a number of lure* bridj>*f .... , r Th<* p am and ipecificßtloni will be [®J f x aroination by contractor* at the uffl- e of the Division Engineer, at Miliboro', any k tlme after the Ist of successful bidn will be published at the Bath Alain Springs on the 16th. By order of Board, CHARLES ELLETT, Jr., Chief Engineer. Je I—dtlSJy __ TV T o tTc kto contractors- vir -11 GINIA CENTRAL RAlLßOAD—Contractor* are her»b> informed that at the time of the letting adverti*o ito '*ke P ißCe » the ®* tb Alum Spring* in July. pr...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 9 July 1853

THE DAILY DISPATCH. rm- Tb.«wu»»«'»• .EfIItSirESSJS mmSwasMerably u>»t of all BaUy •>' ttihw naM-rf- KICH.tiCM) . VA.» yf r«i»T ««"»'»» 18J3. railroads. The New York Express cries out "honor to the Rail rood*!" for their grand achievement on the Fourth of July in that city, of convey ing so many thousands in their excursion trains from the city in all directions, without a ,ingle accident! The great movement of the masses begun on Saturday, when, the Ex press says, probably never before in one da> did such numbers of human beings leave the city. The trains from early morning till the last one at night were loaded full—yet no one waa hurt by accident on any of the railroads.— This is indeed iemarkab;e, and well may the Express cry out "honor to the Railroada."— Never before, from all accounts, did so aaany people leave New York—never before were so many constantly going out and coming in; for thev moved in something like constant streams; yet the Railroads served them well a...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily dispatch. — 9 July 1853

THE LATEST NEWS ADDITIONAL DV TOK AMERICA. CHINA. Farther intelligence from China states that the British troop* had been ordered to Shane hai to protect British interests (here. Ihe Susquehanna was going up to Nankin with the American Commissioner when she got •ground near Woosung and finally returned. Pirates were busy on the coast and had at tacked several English vessels. At Canton everything was quite. Trade in imports was large ut reduced pneea. lea dull. At Shanghai business was suspended. lhe steamer Mississippi was expected there on April 27th. Nankin was captured by the rebels on the 2lat of March. They subsequently, however, evacuated the city and were defeated outside in an engagement with the Imperial troops. THE VERT LATKBT. Thi-London correspondent of the Commer cial Advertiser, the substance of whose letter is telegraphed from Halifax, gives a rumor that the Russian government had offered one mil lion <il dollars for the Americau Steamers Frxpklw and Humboldt. Tne...

Publication Title: Daily Dispatch, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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