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VICTORIA TURF CLUB RACES. FRIDAY, 8TH NOVEMBER. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

; VICTORIA TUEP CLUB RACES. Fui DAY, - 8n t NoVBsniKit.. VICTORIA STAKES, of 10 sovs each, 5 sovs forfeit, willi 100 sors added ; for throo-yr-olds.- Milo mid u liult. . ."VVoighta : Colts, 8st 101b | Mhos mid geldings, Sst 71b. ' Nominations mndo und 5 sovs paid Mondas-, ? l<Uh October; second S sors to bo paid night of general . ontiy. .? . ? ?? ? . .. : .. Mr. Coleman's br f Lucy Ashton: . . Colcmnn'a h c H fra * 1 ?. ?. J. Henderson ns h c Cnmdon ..' ? ! W. Treacys b g Tho Gift tt atson's ch tI'nlestlno. Warbys hr c Autonom . ........ Cole's br f Medora ' ? Cole's ro g Flreawny . .>??.?? . Y lillie s hr o F.ngle'g Flame Vullle's br f Mavourneen .. ... . .-' Lang's li1 c Sccnndu* . , Lang's bro:Saturn . . Ile Moires ch:c-Exeter . . " j . .. ? SATURDAY, OW ITOVTttrilEir. ... '?? ' VICTORIA Tuitp. CLUU .GUJÍAT H.vînncArv of IS sovs each, G sovs torfoit,'with 100 sors added. .Uhroo milos. Nominations ' mado and 5 sovs paul Monday,' lith Octobor;. weights to. bo declare...

Publication Title: Bell’S Life In Sydney And Sporting Chronicle
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THE LATE FOOT RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

THE LATE FOOT RACE. To the Editors of Hells Life in Sydney. Sm,-Allow -mo through tho medium of your sporting journal to oorroot a statement appearing in tho Sydney 'Morning Herald of. October 21st, where it is mudo to appear that tho start in the foot-rnco between mo and Olnrko was a fair ono. I bog to nay that Clarita made a fulso start and got two yards away b'eforo I started. Tho same paragraph ulso states that Clarke won bj- twoyardi; 1-assortho only won by ono yard, mid nt tho conclusion of tho raeo I challenged Clarko to run him 150 j urds for £200, which ho declined to necopt j therefore, if Olnrko . won by two yavds, and mudo such an ensj' anuir of it, why did ho not accept tho challenge at tho tinto; which clmllongois now open for hün. HjVmsertiug tho nbovo j-ou will obligo . Your.humblo Scrvnnt. MKMAEIi O'CONN'OB. Liglitlrtiwo'Itotol, Bnthurst-Btroct.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

ÏHÎÎ tfASJUNIAN CHAMPION BACIi MEETING-,-. OF 1801. (¡i l'ATltoK"-His Excellency Sir IT. E. F. roting. Bl'lîN' TO AIL THK AUSTltALIAN COLONIES, i . AT WllICn WtIT. I1K IICN. . ( Tmî FOURTH AUSTRALIAN CHAMPION HACE, îT^O toke placo on tho Non- Tqwn Eneo Course) on tho X Oiil, 4th, and 5th tiny» of Docombor> ! BTEWAHDS. . . . J. L. lî. Tabnrt, Esq. John Lord, Esq. W. JCcnniey, Esq 'Thomas Field, Esqi : W. Doddery, Esq. »TH». Lord, Esq. J olin Fiold, Esq. S. Blackwell, JSsq. ïo net frith. Stewards to bo appointed by each of tho Colonies* , > ;.; ' «TmoK-- * . ' ? STAUTBU:-James Lord. Epq. . CtEHK OP Tiru CouitsK :-J. Eddington, Esq. ASSISTAS» DO.-Mr Josh. WrigliU THE CHAMPION SWEEPSTAïaîS' DAY. ÏHisT DAT, DECEMBER, 3m>. To sturt nt Ono o'clock p.m.-Tho To\v» TEA**, of IC sovs ¡ distdrtCôj twice round tho courso ; Town Plnl woiglibh ? Weights-3 years old, 7st ; 4 years old, 8. Gibs ; 5 y ea i's old, Dst ; G yours old and aged, Sst Gib Entrance, G so vs. .. , To sturt nt Two o'c...

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BELL'S LIFE IN SYDNEY. STDNEY, OCTOBER 26,1801. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

BELLAS. LIFE IM SYDNEY. ïs tlie Intimates just laid before tile House thc . ? "sum of £20,000 is set down for the-purpose of es .? tablishing ".Iuvenile Reformatories." . From-this it would seem that thc Government lias at length, become convinced of the urgent necessity that 1ms so long existed of applying a remedy to an evil that threatens.with destruction the best interests of . society. That juvenile profligacy lias been allowed, v ' to attain its present alarming dimensions amongst - us, is a : fact that reflects, infinite discredit upon -those in whose hands have bern placed, thc desti ? liieB of this country. Year niter year have our criminal records been multiplying thc melancholy proofs of juvenile delinquency, anil yet no steps have been taken to cheek .the progress of preco- cious crime. Loud and earnest have been the constant appeals of thc Press, on behalf of the youthful victims of sin and shame ; buta, "pater- nal Govemment," forgetful of .one of its. most im- perativ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

MISCELLANEOUS. BREACH OF .PHOMISE OF MAURI Aon.-At tho Derby Asslüca bli Saturday, thu ense of Radford v, Whittingham' was tried. Mr Macaulay, Q.C., and Mr Field wore for tlio plaintiff; Mr ¡áerjeant Hayes and Mr Brough for tho defendant. It was un action to recover damages for a breach of promise of murringo mado by tho defendant, Mr 'Whittingham, n funner, at Dulbury Lee, to Miss ltadford, daughter of a smull farmer at tho samo place. Damages were laid nt £2500. Tho plaintiff is al lady 2ß years of age, and tho defendant was botween 50 and (JO years old, and ho appeared' in court in a bluo smock. Mr Radford : I am a fnrniur at Dalbnry Lees. Tho j pluintuT is my daughtor. Tho defendant is between 50 ' mid 00 years, of ago. In February, 18G0, ho called upon ino. . My daughter was away from homo. Sho is a dressmaker, mid lives with inc generally. Ifo enmo and nsked if I know his business. I said "No." ' lfo said Ito had come to marry my daughtor, mid asked m° if I was* willing. . I :...

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VOLUNTEER SONG. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

; VOLUNTE.EE SONG. Br SAMUEL LOVEB. . I'll sing jou a song in reply to your.ciilHy ,-. . Ami if ou tho car.of a mason it fulls, . Ho will not objoct that I sing about walls To Hui lim» bf " Tho Beef of Old England," \ 'Tho land of tho well-fed and free. :'Of Troy's famous wnlls'llomor gave tts a strtVo-^.j I. Those willis which fair Ilolcn celebrity gnvo- ? j "'"'? These walls which rio plaster of Puris could fmrc As I learned when nt ut school in Old England,' ' ' "When learning was cosy to mo. .. . .; Then Severus built a hugo walt in our isle, : I To sever us nil from the Picts for a while, But tho Picts thought of choosing that wall for a stile To get over into Old England, ' . For they wow tho boya to moko freo. , i But ns wall built of stono proved for safety bot good, Tho uoxt walls wo built-why wo made thom of wood, And, linn as tho oak .they woro built of, thoy'vo stood For ages tlio/rpinpart of England, ^ > Tho land bf tho braye and'tho free. .- i But now ovdil bilk is ...

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THE ALL ENGLAND ELEVEN. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

CHE ALL ENOLAND ELEVEN". Tho most- in fl II en I ml, and certainly tho mostnumcroua 'meeting of criukotora eyer held in tho colony, took nineo last Tuesday, nt Marshall's Cricketer's hotel. Tho meet- ing was convened in consequence of tho receipt of tho 'communication hy tho Inst mail froirt Messrs Spiers ami Fond's agent in England, and: tho hour named was five p.m. By that time tho house was crowded by tho repre- sentatives of the numerous cricket clubs with which tim suburbs abound, and shortly niter tho commencement of the proceedings, thc club room was thoroughly crowded, some twenty or thirty being tumble to obtuin admission. It was expected tho lion. \V. C. Haines, M.Jj.A., would .luive Inkon thu elixir, bub in his unavoidable absence, Mr* Clnud Furie presided. Tho chiiii-iimit, in opening the business of tho meeline, congratulated tho cricketers on being so well represented. Ho hud acceded to thc it-quest of tho president of tim Melbourne Club to preside, mid then briefly st...

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AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

AN AUTOBIOGRAPHY. To-niorrow I nm going to-bo-roarricd.1 'I¡ who hove boon sut down us an old maid for an indefinite number of years. ï Tho expected ovent-creates quito a commo- tion in our hitherto quiet household. My mother says, " Whnt cnn I;'do without yon?" And my dear father, whoso dart .hair.begins to bo sprinkled with silver, says, mournfully, "X cannot spare my Caroline," though I . think ho is secretly pleased that his pot "Cnrry" is to have such a noble husband after all. My roguish bro- ther Tom goes about tho houso singing- ' " There is no gnose, however gray, nut soon or Into', ' She'll Had some honest gander Tor her inato." t And I-all this scorns very strange to inc. I cannot realise it that the bridal dress of snowy satin,, with tho . " gossamer veil and wreath of orango flowors, eaii bo for plain Carolino Hudson. But tho strangest of all is, timi X am lo morry John Grant-John Grant, who I learned' to love years ago, but all thoughts of whom I strove to put fur from...

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SYDNEY HORSE MARKET. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

, SYDNEY HORSE MARKET.. , Messrs.Hurt and Co. .report-The Jlorso Market has shown a steady demand Tor useful horsetail throunh tile week, and market rates have been readily obtuiunble fer anything with quality and condition. About SB country horses havo cumu to limul since last report, «rices for which have rangctV ns follows-Xilfclit harness horses £20 to £-10, a earring pair £80, Imckneys. £18 to £31 10s, heavy draught £21 to £30, several well bred sadd le horses and mares, bred In the. Illawarra ' district, ' commanded considerable competition on Friday, prices varying from £10 to.£2110». Mr Charles Martyn, reports :-Little ..alteration has occurred lu the Horse Mnrkct this week. A draft of 05 colts, the property'of Mr William Hock«, Goulburn* was disposed of at Camperdown on Tuesday last, nt a Rood average-beyond those the arrivals of country horses have been limited to small lots from. Mal tland and Wollongong.' The demand has not been, quito so brisk as for the previous two or...

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THE RING IN VICTORIA. FIGHT.- between. JOE BAMBROOK and MO. THOMAS for £100. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

THE BING IN VICTORIA. MGrHT.- ljotween. JOB'LAMBROOK ïand* MO. '" Vii THOMAS' for ¿100. ???mt ïiïjncpordoncti willi tlieHñ'tielcs^agrced fgbyjthoni,'! ',tlie8ü'iri<|ii mot on Tuo8dáy!lu«t',:to figlit utcntcji weights] fprjßBQ aside. Tilingas juôst of our readers" ora -, doubt- ; lesà'nwarô, is tho second game of a rubber destined to be ' ployed by theso mun, and uroso from an urdont desiri) on thupart.of Bumbrook to wipe out tho stain of u previous defeat at tito hands of Thomas. JOE B.tunnooK wa» born in Birmingham in 1828, weighs in condition about Ost 41b, and had novcr, pre- vious to his first light with Thomas, (referred, to. below), appeared in tho I\lt. Since that' poriod'ho1 liaVfro quoutly stated his intention of again mooting Mo'., and his confident expectation, that when tho day arrived for a now trial tho vordiut would bo rovorsod. Whether ho was justified in his' sanguino anticipations .wo_ will now : ¡proceed to show. "-i * Mo,,_'i'n.osiAs,- or more correctl...

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THE " GORILLA" QUARREL. (From the Globe.) [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

THE " GORILLA" QUARREL. , (From the ,Globe.) This ugo is certainly nothing if not geographical. Tho olden time- . . . ,. i ' 11 When geographer* on Indian downs . Í ' IMaced elephants Instead of towns," S , ?-. was a lazy period," when merv loved _stnying nt homo, and mapmakers were hot particular ns to'trillcs.* ¡Nb'w-'n dnys,~ men go through snow' and frost, and imprison themselves m Arctic ice for years, to add n few. names and, lines to the munn and charts of tho frozen north.. Christians place their lives in peril to aluiro tho pilgrim- age to Mecca ; and missionaries and laymen traverse' swampy wilds of South and Contnd Africa with ri heroic endurance of the dnngcrous and the exquisitely uiicom fortablc, surely never so strikingly exhibited before. AAro suspect ourselves that Sir Bodoriclc _Muvchiaan .mid tho ' Koyal Geographical Society hoyo a great, deal to' do^witli' it. ' There must bo some dreadful fascination about the glory mid honour of being elected a follow ,oftlio's...

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A VERITABLE " GHOST STORY." [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

A VERITABLE " GHOST STORY.» "Is tho moni h of September, 1857, Cnptahi, 0--?-. \y--t of tho Gth (fiiniskilUn) Dragoons,wont ont to India to join his regiment. :.: .*- ?" "His wife reimiined in England, residing' ot Cam bridge. On tho night between the l-l th mid'loth of Ko vember, 1854, towards morning, she dreamed Hint »ho saw lier husband, looking anxious. and ill-upon wiiioh sho immediately awoko, much agitated. It wns bright" moonlight ;' and looking up, sho perceived tho saino figuro standing, by her bedside.. Ito appeared in his uniform, thu limul pressed against his breast, tho hair disliovclled, tho fuco.vcry palo. Iiis largo dark eyes were fixed full upon her ¡ their expression wns that of great excitement, and thorp was a peculiar contraction of tho mouth, habitual to,him wlum. agitated. Sho saw-him, oven to each minuto partioulnr of his dress, ns distinctly as sho lind ever donó in lier lifo ! and she remembers to havo noticed between his hands tho whito of tho shirt boso...

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LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 26 October 1861

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. SUDDEN DEATH OF Miss Duigan.-In addition to the many lamentable catastrophes which this fatal month   has embraced, it is our mournful duty to record the un- expected demise of Miss Duigan, the only child of Dr. T. R. Duigan. Although slightly indisposed for a few previous days, nothing serious was apprehended until within half an hour of her death, which took place at daylight on Wednesday morning, when she calmly ex- pired in her father's arms. Miss Duigan was in the twenty-fourth year of her age, and has left her bereaved parents inconsolable under their deep affliction. Her remains were consigned to their final resting place in St. Jude's Cemetery, Randwick, at an early hour yesterday morning; the Reverend Mr Walsh kindly officiating,   the deceased young lady having frequently expressed a wish to that effect.         MtrsioHATiT. CuAiwrsi-Ason of Orpheus, who writes in Wodnesduy's ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 November 1861

i IIAYHARKET Piiicsi.-Hay, J» 64 to 8s 6J; straw. 3a Od to 4a Od; ! wheat, 6s Od to Cs 6d i cam, 4s OJ lo 4s Od : darloy, St to is Gil ¡ oaf. 9s Oitto di ; jrciin una, 8d to ls Od^por dozon bundles; coirs,SA ls I to &rlt ; calves, 20s to 30s i bork, £4 10s tu £0 lu per mn. ! J. K.-LINDSEY, Lessee.

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 November 1861

A RIFLII RAÎTQB OBSTRUCTED.-On Tuesday evon ing an extraordinary adair took place' at Willcadou, be- tween a body of Riflo Toliuitcers and an eccentric gen- tleman, Mr John Laurie Richards, said to bo a eivil engineor, of Parliament-street, and who has recontly be- come tho owner of some house 'property in tho ricinity of tho rifle butt erected by tho 20th Middlesex, and which, under ngrcomont, is jointly used by that corps, tho 37th (Bloomsbury), mid tho 29th, or North Middle Box Rifles, for turgot practice It appears that Mr. Richards has recently purchnsed of another party, to whom it lind been previously let, tho after-grass growing upon the fields abutting from tho butt and riflo range, and has thereupon assumed that tho wholo of tho ground belongs to him, and under that impression during tho previous weok took upon himself to remove and carry awuy tho whola of tho rifle targets, so that when tho Volimtoers went down for practice, to their astonishment thoro wore no targets to ...

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SPORTING CHRONICLE. RACES TO COME. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 November 1861

SPORTI KG OHR O IM IC g. E. KA ¿ESTO COME. Ruez».-.¿Nov. 20th and 2Ut. Parramatta.Wee. 28th and 27th Emu Plaina.......'?.December 2filh and27lh tUtulwIck Kew Year's Day Ilacet. Jan. 1. U62. North Hlchmond...-.Jan. 22nd, and 23rd. :: TAHMAVIA. Chiroplon nace Meeting...... -.December 3rd, 4th, and 1th

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SKETCHES BY ANIBOR. NO. I. THE ASSEMBLY. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 November 1861

SKETCHES BY;A NIBO K NO. I. TITI! AäSEuIBLY. .Haring obtained a ticket of admission, and submitted myself, to the guidance of a friend, I soon lound myself seated in tho lower gallery of the House of Assembly, immediately opposite tho Speaker's chair. Tho fur ni turo of tho House id exceedingly plain ¡ the Speaker's chair is backed with cane, and ono of tho Opposition benches hos lost its cushions. Tho Government, I wm informed, had taken them away, wishing to give their antagon- ists as uncomfortable a scat as possible. Thu means bavo accomplished the end, if wo may judge from the uneasy manner in which hon. members deport them- selves. Tho hon. the Speaker is a tall gentleman without a wig, with a great deal of starch in his make up, and very littlo hair on his head. Hon. members lounged about on the benches, soiuo with printed papers, others with manuscript motions, and some in shabby tweed coatB, dirty boots, and uncombed hair. A motion was before the/House, and tho hon. member ...

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No title [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 November 1861

HOUSES rou -rut- RANDWICK RACES.-It is tho inten- tion of Mr Gregory- lo procood to Sydney by tho Grafton to enter tivo of Iiis horses to compote tor tho prizes ot tho forthcoming Randwick Races. Tho horses taken with lum aro Kiflcmuu (u Pitsford) and Baldwin Du Burgh. Wo trust that »uoh utitorpriso will moot with its reward^ und that his horses will return to tho Clorenco with Hying colours,.-Examiner. A PJIOIJMO MAKE.-On Wednesday last,.a Ano largo black inure, tho property of- Mr Thoa. Godfrey of .tho Green Gully Road, about six miles from Goulburn, gave birth to two Bploutlid foals,-a colt and illly, which ure both thriving remarkably »-oil. .The sire of this double progeny, it may bo observed, is Young Drayman, the proporty of . Mr P,. 1-uwler, of ,tb,M towu.-Qvulbur». Chronicle,

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THE TURF. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 November 1861

THE TURF. THB receipt by telegram pf, the acceptances for the Melbourne Cup'has been', the only noticeable event of the week.- We give elsewhere the list, from which it will he seen-that'twenty-two out of the original entry of fifty-seven have paid up the balance of the sweep, thus making the gross value of the prize £9S0. For this little nice sugar- plum our New South Wales crHck, Archer, is looked lipon as first favourite, the books both in Melbourne and Sydney, being all but closed upon him ; though he remains nominally at 5 to 1. In- heritor, who is considered pretty well in at Sst Db, fis much-fancied in some quarters, and it is, in fact, no secret that the stables are very sweet upon him. Exeter, it will seen, is among the list of scratchings. The only Melbourne horses that dave come into favour in Sydney are Toryboy, ¡ Mormon and Bolero, ¡ill three having been backed *t odds ranging from JO to 15 to 1.' On the whole,' however,? spei ulàtion has..'not;been very' brisk; the''bu...

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COONAMBLE ANNUAL RACE. [Newspaper Article] — Bell’s Life in Sydney and Sporting Chronicle — 2 November 1861

COONAMBLE ANNUAL RACE. TlifMo lino's raine oil" on thc ICtli, 17t and 18th October. The weather <vns magnificent, nut ttracteil a .large concourse to witness tho Buco». "', ' ' j Kinsr 1>AT. ' ; First Bace.-Tho MAIDE.V PJJLTE of 50 SOTS LO SOTS to go to'tho second horse; one mile und thi quarters; one event, y - ' '? Mr W. K. ll lac ki aaa ni b g Bravo, S yrs ......... .".Warren 1 P. M'Malion'a cb g Muijtd, 3 jm. ..Munn« 2 A. McOregorVb g Doncaster, 2 yr« . .3 Bctting: 5 to 4 ngut Musjid ; 10 to J (tat Bravo. After a false start they got away, Bravo ding, who wus nerer caught, nnd won 89 he liked by se' al lengths. Second Boee.-Tho PUJU.IOASB' PonsE of : BOTS. Si miles; ono event. Mr P. H'MaUon'a b g Kettledrum. S yrs .._.V. Cox 1 J. M'Cubbln's b g Smith O'lirlen, aged -. 2 J. Percy's li K Middleton. 3 yrs . dla Betting : 5 to 2 on Middleton, who lost i nco by running the wrong sido of the post ; Ketti [rum win- ning easily. ' , -; Third Buco.-The HACK' BACE of '16 BOT...

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