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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 22 October 1856

1 "X ". r- I BY S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, , WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 18-50. VOL. 3.-KO.10. flLf LJ IB III V5tf J ITJ fcrl THK BLOODY LAWS OF KANSAS. Freedom of speech and freedom of the Press re guaranteed by the Constitution. The Lo cofoco leaders claim that they wish to sustain the Constitution. Below we give one of the acts of "the bloody code of Kansas." It in fringes upon both the above constitutional rights. And yet Mr. Buchanan and the De mocracy are bound to uphold these laws, which the National Intelligencer says "arc a disgrace to the country and its free institutions, and a greater invasion of public liberty than were the acts which brought the head of Charles I. to the block." The Administration have or dered the entire disposable force of the Army there, to aid the Border Rufhans and Slavery propagandists to enforce these laws at the point of the bayonet, and never to cease until the Free State Settlers are exterminated by the employment at once of all the power anil vigor o...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 22 October 1856

n ! i i-Its' t J if . ( i JJafteraan's fmtnral. . S. B. KOW, Editoh and Proprietor. CLEARFIELD, PA., OCT. 22, 1856. People's National Ticket. FOR PRESIDltST, JOIIX C. FREJIONT, OP CALIFORNIA. FOR TICK PRESIDENT, WILLIAM L. DAY TOW, OP SEW JERSEY. THE RESULT. The election held in this State on the 14tb, It would seem, has resulted in favor of the Lo cofocos. We cannot siy what the majority will be until the official returns are received ; but we do not think that it will exceed 3,000. When all things are considered, the result is not surprising, for among the causes which produced it, the importation of voters stands prominent. We have good reason lor think ing that from 15,000 to 30.000 illegal votes were cast in this State for the Locofoco ticket. In Philadelphia, the frauds were extensive, and committed with unparalleled boldness. Thousands of persons were assessed and per mitted to vote, who had no more legal right to do so than a Turk or Spaniard who had ne'er ncen our country. ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 22 October 1856

THE WTO TIIE JOURNAL. MASS MEETINGS. The friends of Freedom, the Constitution sod the Union, who earnestly desire to defeat Buchanan, will hold meetings at the following times and places : At S. BAUDER'S, in Covington township, on Tuesdav afternoon, Oct. 23th. At GLEN HOPE, Beccuria township, on Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 29th- At NEVT WASHINGTON", Bnrnside Tp., ou Thursday afternoon, Oct. 30th. At CI1EKR V-TKEE, Indiana county, on Friday afternoon, October 31st. . At "CAMPBELL'S School House, in Bell township, on Saturday, Nov. 1st. ' Speakers will be in attendance to address the people. CLIPPINGS AND SCEIBBLIUGS. Australia. Files of papers from Australia to the COth June speak of new and extensive discoveries of gold. Crime was decreasing. Costa Rica. There was much feeling a gainst President Mora in Costa Rica on account vt the results of the late 2iic.aragu.an invasion. The people, however, yet remain firmly inim ical to Walker. OaKoox. News from Oregon is to tho effect that new ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 22 October 1856

! II I I ! ii ! i it 1 I ! -. ! H :'i 1 1 TEIOIS. Tb JornSAL is published every Wednesday, at Ox luLLA!t axd Fiftt Cfnts per annum in dvanee, or Two Dollars within the year. Advertisement inserted at fifty cenU per square, of twelve lines, fur the first, and twenty-five cents for each additional insertion. A liberal ded action made to those who advertise by the year. The -Terms' will be strictly adhered to. No paper discontinued without payment of ar rearages, unless at the option ot the publisher. BOUND FOR CURWENSVILLE. TI1E PLACE TO GET ANYTHING YOU WANT IS AT II. I. PATTON'S STORE! "THAT'S SO!!" THE undersigned baa received and opened at his store la Cnrwensville, the largest and best elected stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS ever offered in the county. The ass rt ment is very extensive and nearly every article that may be wanted can be procured from him. Is-A-D-I-E-S' D-li-E-S-S G-O-O-OS, of nil kinds, prises and figures among which will he found bilks, Delaines. Itrilliauts, La...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 29 October 1856

-.1 -.. . - -ft -o BY S. 1). JtOW. YOL 3.-NO. 11. n CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1856. READ AND PONDER ! THE NE'W DEMOCRATIC" DOCTEIJTE. -Slavery not to be Confined to the Iferro Eace, but to be Made the Universal Condition of ' f the Laboring Classes of Society. ' The people of the Free States have so long yielded to the arrogant demands of tlie Slave Oligarchy in the South,that the latter has come to think it can carry any measure it sees fit, no m atter how degrading it may bo to the char acter of the free white men of the North. Not many years ago, the Southern slave holders were content to have their "human chattels" protected in the States where they held them. Xext, they demanded and secured ftvt Slave States from acquired territory, (Louisiana,Flo rida, Arkansas, Missouri, and Texas,) while the Free States have only secured two, Iowa and California. Aex, the Slave power demanded all the ter ritories, and broke down the Missouri Com promise, which secured a part of thos...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 29 October 1856

V I check the extension of slavery, and assert the worth and dignity or free labor ; if jou would preserve the constitutional rights of every aection of oar beloved country 5 if yon would "ensure domestic tranquility, establish jus tice, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to yourselves and your posterity," the time to do it is now! For these very objects, the lives and fortunes of men, in the early history of our country, were pledged and lost. No such sacrifices are de manded of you. We ask only that every citi zen who values such blessings, and desires to make them permanent, may for that purpose devote a few days of peaceful labor to the cause. A full vote in Pennsylvania on the 4th of November will settle forever the sectional controversy into which the country has been plunged by the scandalous measures of an ad ministration which Mr. Buchanan has publicly -approved and is pledged to maintain. Charles Gibbons, Chairman Rep. State Ex. Com. Philadelp...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 29 October 1856

mmm mm ii Bjij1jg1gjpasjajaipBpijMy3MBBjli tub wm mm1 . COKOaESSKXS ELECTED. Tb following is a correct list of the Con gressmen elected in Pennsylvania : 1st District Thos. B. Florence, Dcm. 2d : . Joy Morris, Am. i .3d James Landy, Dem. 4th Henry M. Phillips, Dem. fita Owen Jowes, Dem. Cth John Hickman, Dem. 8c Rep. 7th " Henry Chapman, Dem. 8th J. Glancy Jones, Dem. 9th " Anthony E. Roberts, Union. 10th " John C Kunkel, Union. 11th " Wm. L. Dewart, Dem. 12th " John G. Montgomery, Dem. 13th " Win. II. Dimmick, Dcm. Hth " Galusha A. Grow, Union. 15th Allison White, Dem. I6th " John A. Ahl, Dem. 17th " Wilson Reilly, Dem. 18th " J. R. Eddie, Union. 10th " John Covode, Union. 20th " W. Montgomery, Dem. 21st " David Ritche, Union. 22 d " S. A. Purvianco, Union. 23d " Win. Stewart, Union. 24th " James L. Gillis, Dem. 25th " John Dick, Union. BUCHANAN AND LOW WAGES. On the 22nd January 1840, Mr. Buchanan made a speech iq the United States Senate, (vide Congressional Globe, for Jan. 1840,...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 29 October 1856

I i . K s IP I ; it i TVTOTICE. HaviDe purchased the Books of tha I ll Roftsmau's Journal with the establishment all rmoaots unpaid for Subscription. Adrertiaing, or Job-work, are to be settled with the undersigned. marl9 S. B. ROW. PC. PIJRVIAISCE, . AMBROTYPIST A DAGUERREOTYPIST, CLEARFIELD, PA. Gallery at his residence on 24 Street one door Sooth, of ilerrell and Carters Tin-ware establish xnent. juneld'ad HOCSE, SIGN ASD ORNAMENTAL PA IN TING. The undersigned respectfully informs the citizens of Clearfield and vicinity that he has commenced the above busi ness in all its breaches; as also that of paper hang in;. Business will be punctually attended to. and all jobs entrusted to him will be executed in the very best manner. A share of publ.o patronage is Hiked for. t hop on front st. 2 doors north of A.M. Bill's store. july23"561 J. P. BOYLE. IMPORTANT TO ir ARM KKS : s. . WILSON'S PORTABLE THRESHING MA CHINES, 2, 3 and 4-horse powers, a beautiful, tim- nla and compact article, e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 5 November 1856

BY S. B. KOW. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1850. VOL. 3.-0.12. l;tffsmnn's o.unt;il S. B. ROW, Editor asd Propuietor. CLEAUFIELI, PA., NOV. 5, 1S56. CLEAEFIELD COUXTT ELECTION. We give below the few returns that have been xecoived tbia morning. 5 a. If 3 CK g CI D OS Clearfield bor. Lawrence Pike. Curwcnvillc bor. GosLen, Bradford, 21 73 33 57 70 63 1S9 15 7 172 M 110 1 87 103 43 35 45 34 4 56 8 12 48 42 103 3 32 109 GThe return of the election in this bor ough shows that S3 votes were cast for the straight Fillmore ticket. We havo the chari ty to say that the men who were induced to vote thus, wished to act right. But they have been deceived badly deceived as they will learn hereafter. Wc commend the following letter of lion. Andrew Stewart, tcho is one of the Senatorial Electors on the straight Fillmore Ticket, to their serious consideration. His advice was, "Vote the Uniox Ticket but bis admonition was unheeded and evil coun sel allowed to prevail with sonic. LETTER FROM BO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 5 November 1856

I i Mtif if - f I BY S. B. KOW. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, JfOVE3IBER 5, 1856. VOL. 3,-IxO. 12. 1 4 If r - K 3 if 5 1 r ? I r t if v I 5 I 13 Raftsman's fflunral. S. B. ROW, Editor axd Pcoprietor. CLEARFIELD, PA., NOV. 5, 185G. CLEARFIELD COUNTY ELECTION. We give below tho few returns that have been recsived this morning. . Z. n c S3 Z 3 - - g o Clearfield bor. 21 7:1 3.1 57 70 Lawrence 03 139 18 74 172 Tike. M 111) 1 87 111.3 Curwensville bor. 43 35 43 34 Goshen. 4 50 8 12 43 Bradford, 42 103 3 32 10'J C?"TLe return of the election in tins bor ough shows that 33 votes were cast for the straight Fillmore ticket. We have the chari ty to say that the men who were induced to vote thus, wished to act right. But they have been deceived badly deceived as they will learn hereafter. AVe commend the following letter of lion. Amkew Stewart, who is one of the Senatorial Elector on the straight Fillmore Ticket, to their serious consideration. His advice was, "Vote the Uxiox Ticket ;" but his admoni...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 5 November 1856

v J: f ' ' THE JOURNAL. LOCAL AND GEXEBAL ITXWS. TVasted In payment of subscription at tbis ofScc grain, potatoes, wood, &c. The Washingtonians will hold a meeting in the Court House, on Monday erening, Novem ber 17th, at early candle-lighting. Pctsax, IIorsEHOLD Wobcs and SCIIOOIFI.L iow, for November, are on our table, filled with choice and interesting matter. BrXT to Death. Three men and a woman travelling In an ox-tf agon were bnrnt to death by a prairie fire near Bruckheat Grove, 111. At the Ohio State Fair, a Lrasj wire screen was exhibited that was so fine that in a single inch of its surface, there were 2-3,C00 meshes. Co an ox Schools. We have the Report of Dr. Schryrcr, the Superintendent of Common Schools in Clearfield county, on hand and will publish it next week. School Tejkchers. The attention of School Teacher? is called to a notice of the Directors of Brady township, who wish to em ploy six competent teachers. The Teople of South Carolina have return ed Hon. Pre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 5 November 1856

t I, t TBI MFFlMiWB 40&&Mt r r TILE JOURNAL. LOCAL AND GEJTEEAL HXWS. "Wasted In payment of subscription at this office grain, potatoes, wood, &c. The Washingtonians will hold a meeting in the Court House, on Monday evening, Novem ber 17th, at early candle-lighting. FiT5AM, IIocsciiold Words and Schoolfel low, for JToveuiher, are on our table, filled with clijoice and interesting matter. Bitrvt to Death. rThrec men and a woman travelling in an ox-wagon were burnt to death Ly a prairie fire near Bruckheat Grove, III. At toe Ohio State Fair, a brass wire screen was exhibited that was so fine that in a single Inch of its surface, there were 25,000 meshes. Common Schools. We have the Report of Dr. Schryrer, the Superintendent of Common Schools in Clearfield county, on hand and will publish it next week. School Teachehs- The attention of School Teacher? is called to a notice of the Directors of Brady township, who wish to cm ploy six competent teachers. The PtopLE of South Ca...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 12 November 1856

V. I BY S. B. ROW. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1850. VOL. 3.-KO.. 13. Jtiiftsmmt's ffliintal. CLEARFIELD, NOVEMBER 12, 1S5G. ANXUAL REPORT ' Of Common Schools of Clearfield Cjunty Penn sylvania ending Jane lit, 1856. Clearfield county has 25 school districts two of which are boroughs, 23 are townships. There are 125 school houses. 115 schools in session last winter. The school houses with out exception, are built near the road side or cross roads have no play grounds, except the woods or open fields no small trees planted, ho out-buildings, wood sheds, coal houscs,&c, only in three or four places. Water is ob tained from five to sixty rods from the houses. Dimensions of houses from 10 to 20 by 24 a 26 feet. Height of ceiling, from 7 to 9 feet. 3Iaterials plank, frame or logs. Those re cently built, are some of them from 8 to 11 feet in height to the ceiling weatherboarded out side lined inside with boards. Plank houses have strips on the out side and lined inside. There ...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 12 November 1856

V 5 ?1 is; Raftsman's fmirnaL Vis. - S. B. ROW, ErTOR ASD PROPRIETOR. CLEARFIELD, PA., NOV. 12, 16S6. WHAT 13 TO BE DOSE! The great Presidential battle has been fought the conflict fs ended and although, in 11 probability, James Euchanan has a majority of the electoral votes, yet the result shows that the popular vote is largely against bim. We should, therefore, not permit ourselves to be discouraged", but rather be; encouraged by the result, and the only question for the oppo nents of the Locofoco party to consider, is What is to be done f Duty and pradenceat once answer : Let us adjust our internal diffi culties, gird on our armor, and present a full and united front, by the time the next battle is to be fought ! All the points of difference that exist between the several forces opposed to Locofocoism, in Pennsylvania, are trifling, in deednot worth contending about. On the more prominent questions tbey agree. They a re all opposed to the importation of paupers and criminals from...

Publication Title: Raftsman's Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 12 November 1856

THE JOURNAL, LOCAL A H D GENERAL NEWS. BSext Sunday night being the 16th inst., the Rev. Dr. McLcod will (Providence permit-t-Bg) preach a Sermon to the Young yonug men and women. As it is ruled by the Vestry of the Church that hereafter the Pews and Sittings in the Church are all free, any one has a perfect liberty to sit where he pleases. . Also On Thanksgivings day, the 20th inst., being the day appointed by the Governor of the Commoswealth, Public Worship will be held in the same Church, and a discourse sui ted to the day will be preached. Expiked. The term of Robert Mahaflby, Esq., as County Commissioner expired last week. "Jack Frost" is on hand, and within the last fcr days the atmosphere has been quite winter-like. Good. The receipts of the Virginia State Agricultural Society during the recent fair a mounted to $7,590. Swors-Ix. John Irwin, Esq., the new Coun ty Commissioner was sworn in and entered up on the duties of his office last Friday. Otsters. The lovers of oystCTs w...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 12 November 1856

the HFT m i;l immm TERMS. Thm .IfM'Mf, is published tj Wednesday, at Ose Dollar ad Firrr Cr.sTs per annum in advance, or Two Dollars within the year. Advertisement inserted at fifty eenU per square, of tweWe lines, for the first, and twenty-five cents for each additional insertion. A liberal deduction made to those who advertise by the year. The 'Terms' will be strictly adhered to. Jfo paper discontinued witbont payment of ar rearage, unless at the option ot the publisher. BOUND FOB CUBWENSVIKLE. THE PLACE TO GKT AXTTHIX1 TOU WANT 16 AT H. 1. PATTON n STOKE! "THAT'S SO!!" THE undersigned haa received and opened at his store in Curwensville, the largest and bet elected stock of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS ever offered in the county. The assort ment is very extensive and nearly every article that may be wanted can be procured from hiin. Is-A-D-I-E-S" D-R-E-S-S GOODS, of all kinds, prices and figures, unotj which will be fonnd i!ks. Delaines. Brilliants. Lawns, (iinhamt, Prints, Paraols, E...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 November 1856

VOL 3 NO. 14. CLEARFIELD, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1856, vBY S. B. EOW; NOVEMBER. The Icnves fall fast as flakes of snow; Alas ! we mourn them (lying ; They sigh beneath our every tread, -In woods and bypaths lying Clouds hurry o'er the face of heaven. The wailjof winds is deeper, . The harvest of the year has come, November is the reaper. We hear without the last farewell Of birds to South lands going, ' And sigh back answers from our hearts, - As shrinking from the knowing . Of all that follows on the track Of leaves and birds departed ; And earth seems changed, as if e'en she Were growing weary-hearted ! 1 Ah ! wcll-a-day, all things mustfade, The loveliest soon as any ; The days of sunshine are the few, The days of cloud the many ! November, dreariest month of all, To human hearts comes nearest, '-And sometimes reapeth more than leaves, . In taking what is dearest TIIE IIITNTEK'S RUSE. In the year 18, I undertook the perilous journey of crossing the Plains. Our compauy was compos...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 November 1856

A '81 ' . I :'t v i I- i- l Jhflsimm's Quintal. S. B. KOW, Editou ask Propbhtor. CLEARFIELD, PA., NOV. 19, 1856. TBOfELE AHEAD ! James Buchanan, having a majority of all the electoral rotes of the various States com prising the Union, (though tot of the popular vote,) will, if bis life and health are spared, bo inaugurated President on the Fourth of March next. Much anxiety is manifested relative to the course be will pursue on the slavery ques tion, and rinltifarious, indeed, are the specu lations upon this point. The Tress of Lis own party we busy laying down the lines of policy which he will be called upon to observe, and es the North and South differ widely ia their demands, we may reasonably expect that the incoming Administration will find itself con ciderably perplexed ; and if Mr. Buchanan does not know what to do, it will not be from any lack of advice. Immediately after bis nomination, as all will recollect, he expressed Lie determination to plant himseli on the Cin cinnat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 November 1856

1IT ' -5 4 TILE JOURNAL LOCAL AND' GEXEEAL TTE'vVS. THE NOETHWESTEE COSFEBEXCE, ? Of the Lutheran Church, will meet in Clear- field, Clearfield county, Ta., on Thursday eve- ning, tho 27th inst. It is hoped the brethren will All be in attendance at the appointed time. The Conference will continue iu session over i Sabbath, on which day the Lord's Supper will I be administered. Tho business of Conference will be transacted with open doors. All per t ons are invited to be present. ? By order of the President of Conference. - Smi -kiburgt Pa., Xoc. 3, 18-50. REUGiors Nouce. By Divine permission, : Rev. Mr. Thompson will preach in the Presby terian church in this place, at the usual hour In the forenoon, on next Sabbath. Foa Sale. The Valuable Farm of John Weaver, in Bell township, is ofTercd for sale. See advertisement in another column. 11 New Bcildixcs. We notice several new buildings in course of erection in our borough, among them a neat dwelling of Vfm. S. Brad ley, a cabinet maki...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Raftsman's journal. — 19 November 1856

TERMS. The JorircAX. Is published every Wednesday, a uxe uollah ax iirtr Cents per annum in a ranee, or 1 wo .Dollars within the year. Advertisement inserted at fifty cents per square, ef twelve lines, for the first, and twenty-five cents Tor each additional insertion. A liberal deduction made to liiose who advertise by the year. The -Terms' will be strictly adhered to paper discontinued without payment cf ar gcs, unless at the option of the publisher. roars TnE SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN THE TWELFTH YEAR. One Thoaiaad Dollar Cash Prteea. The Twelfth Annual Volume of this useful publication commences on the 13th day of (September next. The Scientific Amtrxcan is an Illustrated Periodical, devoted chiefly to too pro mulgation of information relating to the various Mechanic and Cheraic Arts, Industrial Manufac tures. Agriculture. Patents. Inventions. Engineer ing, Mill work, and ail interests which the light of PRACTICAL SCIENCE is calculated to advance. Reports of U. S. Patexts granted are ...

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