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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 9 March 1854

vmjrvcio.:.xx;ii...i-iii ixsiama iisretsi3gaMtTTgwtu'miiiwwtnriiW7:ww 1 it Si ml of the Mexican republic tlio govern- ment of (lie same will afford all neces- sary protection for the continued pacific oxcrase of its functions and will extend every facility in the furnishing to the commissioners and claimants all such documents establishing their rights as they may require and which may he within the extent of its reach to supply. !- Art. 8. The two hicjh contracting powers fully impressed that under the auspices of peace upon the basis of mu- tual good faith and of the respect which nations reciprocally owe it is that their prosperity and well being increase es- pecially when from vicinity their interests grow to be mingled and identified and recognizing the reciprocal obligations of civilized governments and the acknow- ledged provisions of the laws of nations agree by the present in proof of that entire confidence which they mutually entertain and of that friendship which they des...

Publication Title: Tri-Weekly State Times
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 9 March 1854

IjwfjMww" .ii mm i 'mi mj)m - f inumprrMUP'irapw wiyiM' nrpr )Hit'W"MJn'" '" .. iwm w'i""Ml'i iMi'fu. mfwn miv v''nFtijte .'ii'jji""ry?ry"m!j'jT"i''ruic TB!r'rT"g.fvryrtTpt'Tj'yTff' rrviwraMwcM wtwir grass- BkS lIBi ? -yjv Pirn- ?' &f lAl: A 1 t-v 1 1 V I' HHHi Geological Survcj-. The fuiluro of tlic Legislature to pass a hill for this purpose is to bo rcgretcd by all classes. The economy which prevents legislators from voting ample appropriations for such objects is on the " penny wise ami pound foolish " order. When the pcoplo became acquainted with the benefits likely to accrue from htich a law they will demand its passage without delay ; nnd those parsimonious gentlemen who have boasted on their great caro to keep the " people's money from being squandered " will find they havo acted simply. The subjoined article is from the" Gal- veston Civilian : "The Legilature of Texas made no provision for a geological survey of the State. Three years ago the Legislature of North Caroli...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 11 March 1854

f M TATE TIMES im wiiv:vmByjsi3gtKj:rgaagsoau''g":;t;;:3 axmzaaz&atsauxeafei YtTORSCSCZTrariffi nmosaai?Mi sntmasunmuanaimuuinmB Vil VOL. I. AUSTIN TEXAS. SATURDAY. MARCH 11 1854. NO 50 tvwcgaji!sw.'rn.y'oTTAwTi' ' 'wiw wi gg'f'BOJ'.v'wjara'jj.mmM'amr.TOJiutM.ttwriwat.'a WlC FlFTHIiEGISLATBRE. BEBATES IN THE SENATE. 5- ri FJL.IIST Reporter. Monday Jan. 30 1854. RcnmrJis ol" Jir. MAli TIN upon the bill to author- ize the Claims of the Texas Associa- tion commonly known as "Jlereer's Colony'" to be judicially investigated. Mr. President: Tho remarks of the senator from San Antonio (Mr. Paschal) had some plausibility; but -when we take into consideration nil of the circumstances in relation to that colony wo are obliged to come to a different conclusion. Sir in 18-11 '2 and '3 tho President of the then Republic of Texas held out extraordinary inducements for the settle- ment of its wild and extensive domain inducements for the settlement of large portions of domain with colonists w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 11 March 1854

MH MvmwWBSBmm&W BSrrsBff f.:- - --fcif (:? '. ' .w ' A '-' .v'. .'1 ' Rnx.; '" -. ."I irfii. Ms" i ;. v 1 V; I. bf . " irirt "iiini ftliVhwiffiifM corporate and politic &cV' Now sir I sec nothing in th6 caption' providing for the incorporation of such a company. And who would look under tlio caption of this" bill for the incorporation of a.cdrii-pny-r-.ono of tho grandest monopolies the. world ovor saw and granting them uTilii6ns and Millions of acred of land ? Again I call your attention to tho 3lst c'ciioii of tho General Provisions which M-oVidcs that no private corporation shall be created unless the bill cre- aliiig it bo passed by a vote of two-thirds of both Houses. Now docs this 'bill propose to create a private corporation? li does but iiow ? It provided that the K-SjoVcrhor shall contract with ABor 0 't) dnd thhs incorporate a company. It (166s hot provide for its incorporation by tho4' legislature The legislature how- ever authorises the Governor to do it. Jftiw t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 11 March 1854

tiLimmiuit t fcif jKiiivnmiiWJH'-''w"M'Wlla"' ' wweNWrrnrTOiiHHaaomrTMsrnrc!e ti obligation in promises which have been Jill alike made and received in good faith. Wo believe our scaling System was grad- uated somewhat with reforenoeto the de- grees of merit among our creditors and wo may still make a difference among them on that ground without doing injus- tice cither to them or our ourselves by a slight modification of Mr. Dawson's bill. Tf for instance we were to propose to all our creditors who are not scaled under fifty cents on the dollar to advance dol- lar for dollar and to those who arc scal- ed below fifty cents on the dollar to ad vance two dollars for one. Or in other words were wo to let the more meritori- ous class of our creditors invest in our railroads a sum just equal to the amount we owe them and our other creditors to invest twice the amount they claim they would at the same time all be paid ac- cording to our promises and also to some o.xtent according to their...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 11 March 1854

wWPJJ $ fiq I J. JUJIJU-IHIilUI i u i; l ?" I V Pf l v i v lu -L M'. li i iuuVjwuawmUhhw uit wtiVMfc..vJTMPum ii':n' :t'" Phinoi: Alheiit. llclutivo to tho charges rfr ratlicr suspicions which ex- ist against tho Queen's consort tho Pic- atunc siiyn: It is evident that tho attacks upon Prinuo Albert aro based mainly at least upon suspicions for tho imputed intrigues for which he gets so much odium aro hard- ly fiuscoptihlc of proof. They must be carried on secretly and through agencies which if they betray him would not make themselves known simultaneously to so many newspapers with tho evidences of their accusation. The Prince may and probably docs share in tho family po- litics of the Cobourgs and has sympa- thies with his kindred who aro all on tho sido of absolutism in Europe. It is this presumption more than any positive fact which has excited these suspicions against him and identified lain with all that is offensive to tho liberal minds of the na- tion in tho policy of tho Ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 14 March 1854

TRI-WEEKLY STATE TIMES. ..jujianw'"11"1 i'M.Mimiiiii'i"nt iinHiHiiiim iiiimi nin 'hhhip'hm1 iiniii ini pi mini iiii'iin I'winiii'iri 'i mm huh iwninn im I'liimn n ea.'sucMWCMTTOCgaiewmnmwjiigiiVWiiiipac VOL. I. AUSTIN TEXAS TUESDAY MARCH 14 1854. NO 51 bibimlu jxgmwgMr-CMMeinamiicaLauuwaxf iwwcbct 4jiu wunaaaptaacMatatjimi i tuutm FIFTH LEfllSLATDRB. DEBATES IN TTIE SENATE. .J. T. FVjflXT. Reporter. Monday Jan. 30 18o4. Remark!; oi" Jr. PASCHAL upon the bill supple- mentary to "An Ad to encourage the eonstruction of Hailroads by a dona- tion of lands" passed at the present session of the Legislature. .Mr. President: I occupy a position .-oniCAvhat different from what 1 did in the early part of the session. When the proposition "was made during the penden- cy of the Paciiic railroad bill to appro- priate the alternate sections of land to he reserved to the State to encourage the construction of the local roads T dis- sented from that proposition and for two reasons : One was because ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 14 March 1854

wiynwpm mj) aiaiigTyj?'j''ivi''.''vTit')'"'t'yit'i''-" -VPSv? VI UJ J" l 'MrnnrwnaratasnnH M 'JiiiiiiywiiiipwpPM'ippi 0iCTECinairgoo7iwwcCTrea3CTmmjTgTC'CTiTxvv:v L ! i. I mi f: - H M hst' iiv: . U?V J WT II rrj S I I KL . B ( B LI Mr i ji i.vfiirt fVrS frame the bill ns to secure the construc- tion of n road to the Pacific and pro- vided what you do is within the power of the legislature and done with a strict re- gard for the- rights of others and the constitutional rights of the people of Texas. One great feature of the bill insisted upon by its friends as affording perfect securit' is the forfeiture to the State of the road constructed with all its para- phonalia if the terms of the charter are not complied with. Now docs this bill forfeit it ? Docs the language of thc-bill authorise such a construction V A sec- tion seems to have crept in that could on- ly have boon suggested by one who had doyisedtaWdan to be carried out for a Speculation a great project with all the guarantie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 14 March 1854

ItJKOTtTOg3t-CTCarolTro3r'wiijw.ui V u &t (twits Uwk iiaps. .10. VALKER PUOPttlETOK & 1TB1M 1KR "John s. roui) T:iiTon. AUSTIN TUESDAY MAHOII 14 1851. HonnuitY. A box containing jewelry about eighty dollars in money etc. was stolen from the apartment of a lady at the Missouri House on Monday last while the occupant of the room was at supper. The box and jewelry were found on the following morning in an alley in the rear of the building but the money ha- not been recovered. House-keepers should be on the look-out for thieves. AJ Kgy-Tni: Lockuaht Soutiieux Ex- pur.s makes its appearance this week under a new name the " Western Cla- rion." The Express was one of our very best exchanges and the tone of the Cla- rion is not likely to diminish its value. Whose is it? A very beautiful and touching parody on Mrs. Blackwood's melody. " The Irish Emigrant's Lament" is "oing the rounds of our exchanges. It is attributed by some papers to Duganne and bv others to Byron W. Sayro. It is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 14 March 1854

-nf- i 4 A" ! ' vrf i J' s .. W V ii !' . I 'I A' . Ufc t."jLfci... "I Trmirm7Ttfi itmRMnnw oraWTrii(wwwwwYTWTwiamwwi Our Spring Courts. i being out of the District it so turns out On Monday Inst the Spring Term tor this Circuit commenced at Fayette un dor the recent act altering the lime of holding the courts in the second Judicial District. Krequent inquiries have been made to us as to tho nature of the change and its results. A member of the bar here has furnished us with the following copies of private correspondence between the legal firm of which ho is a member and some of his clients as to the change in the District; and we publish them in the hope that they may throw some light upon the subject leaving the public to form their own conclusions' in the premises : copy. Guadaujim: Coi'Nty Ti:xas Ieb. jnth loo4. j Messrs. Story fr Kent Gknts: I re- ceived your favor the other day inform- ing me that since the new law passed the Legislature you will not be able to at- tend court ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 16 March 1854

JtM&SSSMto fflUIl in til UTTa Mil u d3 tDi 1LI1 ill? IT "If? IP fpl i 11 Imi i Em 1 M 11 mi eUla djyj dJaUi sLa Ul nnlknJ CncMgti (mx) i VOL. 1 E.jmrrgnroj..i:.L--i."irj If I F T U LEGISLATURE. DEBATES IN THE HOUSE. W. F. WEMgiS. Kcportcr. Thuksday Jan. 5. The report of the committee upon the resolution to amend the 27th sestion of the third article of the Constitution being before the House Mr. ADMAN said I am in hopes the report will not bo adopted. I call upon gentlemen to read the 27th section of the 3d article which that resolution proposes to amend. I will read it: "Min- isters of the Gospel being by their pro- fession dedicated to God and the care of souls ought not to be diverted from the great duties of their functions ; there- fore no Minister of the Gospel or Priest of any denomination whatever shall be eligible to the legislature." Now sir I hold that in accordance with the Bill of Rights handed down to us from our forefathers and the spirit of our republican institu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 16 March 1854

r s ' I I r mhv ift'r t..::...'gnjJ".i iwi'jT r h ii';'iin"U" w ujn jrtatafcrvrxsaravrmnniwari.vi knwMn. ;7..Win.i)m)fmrMYurriTimffan;n . 'IV' " "ilV?-1 Vyi.iiii1 ' joii. k. roni) uoitoii. AUSTIN TIIUItSDA V M ARC II 1 G7s5 1 . prop through Texas. The writer lma had t lrouirn ue.xas. iiie wruer una nau . vcryV-iblo advantage to become fa-! miliar with the count?y and unliesitaJ tingly pronounces it the best route that has been suggested. Mr. D. tichardson of the Gal- veston News paid us a flying visit in the .early part of the week. lie had barely jimo to Bay " how do" when ho was oft" again. Mi. R. is a whole team in the prosecution of business lie was on his way to San Antonio. jlISSHOIllO. The Grand Itoyal Arch Chapter of he Stato of Louisiana closed its annual session in' the city of Baton "Rouge on the 23d of February 1854. The fol- lowing named officers were elected and installed for the ensuing year : M. E.'-Thos'. n. Lewis - G. II. P. E Amos Adams - - D.G. II. I. " Rob't McG...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 16 March 1854

- ..rilUM -vs:i!rrr.TJ 7ftvr -Mt.-rcN-n"W3TTsi-VMiV3itt?Ji -w ;aTm-KressT.rrOT.ii:ur7TO?;ttMr7wr .r--nrnra.ti;v-.:iujtr.jg-wgrg;i--J.u'-i--'-''''-' " &uAiiMMLL.yx&n3NnMUUxmvi!siJxr-iM cessions from tiio tides currents and joil in grot puU"rn? of : z m purpl" and storing of the ocean tire much smaller J gold. V. hole iumvs in An 'pot uk r near their mouths than they are in timbered v.itli tin- bright bhu lupous; wh.e more elevated regions contiguous to their sources. Thus is true in regard to all those which empty into the Atlantic and the gulf of Mexico between the Chesa- peake bn.y and the mouth of the llio Ti- grc. The cause of this is explained by the light poms and absorbent character of their soils and the waste of their wa- ters by evaporation. Vessels drawing nine feet water safely enter Matagorda bay; and steamers drawing two feet meet with no obstruction in their ascent to Austin the capital of the Slate ex- cept a raft ten miles from the mouth which the government ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 16 March 1854

ii.. i .....I i i ii m iini)ni . ju.'fi'ji.Lij.mrrT'iii'i 'iLL-r-'-jj-;.:;ju-ju.Ji'.i'J-''i'v-Kv. rij.jm.jumimnn'z.-ULWiu.iM-ui ihwij" 'ma-n. vtwu.uL'Wjw.ijmiiimimiiJW.WJ.iii'v' i.iiiujU'g.i.JLm 'j. iKa-J-uMCT-gCT X fe. M L.ii i I 11 All m NOTICE TO THE DSCRSTRS OP TUB LATK REPUBLIC OK TEXAS Tho creditors of the lajc Republic of Texas are horeby notified that by an act of the Legislature of the State of Texas approved Feb. 11th 185-1 tho provisions of the act entitled "An net to pro- vido for ascertaining tho debt of the lute Republic of Tcxtw approved March 20th 18 13 hag been ox- tended until tho 1st day of August 1855; therefore nil holders of any of the liabilities of tho hito Re- public which have not been heretofore adjudicated whether tho same be alock bonds treasury notes audited paper unliquidated claiin3 or jmy other description of debt whatsoever will present the enmo for adjustment to the Auditor and Comptrol- ler nt their oflico in Austin on or before the tlntc nforesai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 18 March 1854

. m j ra Bi'ia irn ift i 1 is n n ft 'rJ m jjiiiia m (LA UU iJt dA i-i VOL. 1. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS SATURDAY MARCH 18 1854 .NO. 53 1 HM roranr j IT fW7 Thntr I UlLli. tiff J I FIFTH LEGISLATURE. DEBATES IN THE HOUSE. Monday Jan. 9 1854. The bill to establish a system df Common Schools being under consideration Mr. FRANKLIN offered an amend- ment. He said I move to amond the cap- tion in order that it may conform to the provision of the Constitution that every law shall embrace but one object and that shall be expressed in the title. Under the tenth article it is provided that the legislature shall as early as practicable establish frlee "schools throughout the State. It is said by the friends of the bill that its object is to establish a sys- tem of schools under the Constitution. If that is the object there can be no objec- tion to using the language of the Consti- tution. The title as it stands is "an act to establish a system of common schools." The amendment will make it "an act...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 18 March 1854

ryte ""-vr ij Llil ; im" X i-' v-r w NOTICE TO TiE !W oijnfij-s ;WJMlirtg- -wjwu-W-uiijjjuuui am "tircly to mo discretion ot tuo court to ad- miit an applicant or not. Now sir there will bo a thousand and one influences . -brought to bear to induce the admission of young men to the bar. They are still under tile control of their parents until they arrive at the age of twonty-one. The wisdom of ages has de- fined the period at which the boy shall be supposed to become a man. 1 believe that the amendment proposed by tho gentleman from Liberty (Mr. Isolds) was introduced to avoid a minor evil that it was introduced by him with -a view to avoid applications to the Legis- lature in isolated case?. And with this .object in view he proposes to extend the evil without limit. He is satisfied that .tho evil should exist to its fullest extent rather than that it should be canvassed .upon the isolated cases presented here. ' I vote no. .Mr. MALLARD thought it bad poli- cy for sovcral reasons. F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 18 March 1854

3P ' M'-'y -crris?fl'S l1' a f "juum"-.-" i'jjI"1 mjpwnww"!.u-siff-"-i-"1 it is necessary both for tho interests of England and of Europe that his ambi tion Bhould be checked equity ana po- licy both require that tho integrity and independence of Turkey shall be main- tained ; and these can only be maintained by the permanent discomfiture of Russian designs. It is essential to Russia that alio should possess Constantinople if she is to be tho mighty and prosperous power which it is tho 'fixed idea" of all her rulers to make her. It is essential to England to European peace to the inte rests of general freedom that Russia' should not have Constantinople ; and she ! must therefore bo kept out of it at any cost. Vast in her ambition and unscru pulous in her means she certainly is (alas ! most states arc or have till lately been so) and wo arc called upon to resist her to the death. For tho strong to use their strength to despoil and trample on the weak is in the highest degree iniqui- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 18 March 1854

KHV ' .' T. r HF flRf II !! II III ! !' I 11- n.n If 'tlT IB" EST ..tc" hJ ft I ci B ?s mV If f MB n&kti k 1" 1 II- IT F It t if Til x ItTjr 1 ..i jl Li k-HL ITiiHp I h Sr VEX' . . -------------- - - P - -m ----- i j ATOTltE TO THIS CREDITORS JI OF1 THE LATK REPUBLIC OF TEXAS. Tha cwdltin of tho lata Republic of Texas arc .Jjorobj notified that by nn net of the Legislature "iff the State of Toxas npproved Fob. 11th 1854 the' provisions -of 'tbo aci culltlcd ''An act to pro- .Tide for ascertaining tho debt of the lato Republic of Texas approved March 20th 1818 has been ex- tended until tho Istday of August 1855; therefore allholdcra of any of the liabilities of tho lato Re- public which have not been heretofore adjudicated whether the san.c be utock bonds treasury notes audited paper unliquidated claims or any other description of debt whatsoever will present tho amcubr adjustment to the Auditor and Comptrol- ler at their office in Austin on or before the date aforesaid (August 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 21 March 1854

"a- 5J3IH "'i-- 1.""' ' y"fnwcS4 t " MfntmrrnnwH m" CTW(?rn IT ran r? rs 10 r R rJ g n ID nn !J J mi &d tLAUi fa ui tai CcJi nnra UJl a ilVj-1-t.ijUi m ! jim4 VOL. 1. CITY OF AUSTIN TEXAS TUESDAY MARCH 21 1854 no. 54 "T-fTW 1 If 1 ID f If f Li JUU La duj 111 -'.HwuUJCuiiBiiw.aaBmpgvgasCTnvj imim iiuaiwatc FIFTH LBQI8LATURB. DEBATES IN THE HOUSE. WEDNESDAY Jan. 11. The bill to be entitled an "An Act to eneoiirago the construction of Railroads in Texas by Donations of Land" (Se- nate's bill) being before the House Mr. PALMER moved to make it the fipecial order of the day for Monday next ut 11 o'clock. Mr. VONTRESS moved that it be read by caption and referred to the com- mittee on Internal-Improvements. After some remarks by Messrs. Palmer Taylor and Hale Mr. (Speaker) RUNNELS said: I too like the gentleman from Fannin -would like to see this bill take the usual course and be committed. If the com- mittee have investigated this subject as -ve arc told here Ave are entitled to the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tri-Weekly State Times — 21 March 1854

-3T? -i5El2fiE?!Ptir . iijixj.titcje.-JULCTguii.i.LlOTr-rmmrjna-ii-. icaanazro 7r.-re.mifleiwxJiiium)milJ" mmiiumBi jhumjh U fr II SB ii mfmMilkfrt-T0W'mirwmt mvi njixvmiwirt'v:9tjrcA'jrK'tJKiK9Vii 10; WirICKR I'ljOraiRTOR & I'CTUSliKIl -:.-.-:'.;.:-. rr -' .'.:: '7T TZTT JOHN 5. I'OHD lilHTOU. AUSTIN TUUSDAl' MAUL' I L SI 180 J. Procekdings of A Mi'KTiNO.In the . present 'number the proceedings of a meotimr at Laredo arc published. The condition of the llio Grande frontier is truly deplorable. Any one unacquain- ted with the country and tho people can hardly form a correct idea of the real na- ture of tho case of tho dangers the difficulties besetting them end of the pri- vations they suffered from being reduced to such straits and such a narrow circle of action. Measures must be taken to I protect them. KIlKfi'ionic Asso'clatloii. A meeting was held on Thursday night -of'tho young gentlemen of Austin or the purpose of forming a dramatic ssbciiittion. -We arc glad to .see this....

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