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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 24 November 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. vol. in. PERRYSBURG, OHIO, SATURDAY, KOVEMBER 24, 1855. NO. 28. The Tribune on the New York Election. request brother 1o 1 he following; he does not seem to read the Tribune. Thk Result. The Know Nothing plural ity on the state ticket will be not legs than 15,000, and it may go higher. That is to gay, in n season of general decay 8 ml dissolution uf old parties, the only organized and disci plined host remaining has been able to poll a little more than one-third of the vote of our state certainly less that 40 per cent 11, wh-n it twice carried the city; was; beaten in the spring of '-15, was laid to rest again an I forgotten. It started afresh on th- basis of Ned 15 1 1 nt line's gull-trap in 1S53-4. iind ha just culminated in the result of our recent election. Unless stimulated by som- ji"W folly on the part of our foreign-bom population, some, new display of s -useless bigotry in the. journals which assume to be organs of the Roman Cat holies (an 1 we don't...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 24 November 1855

218 THE PEIIRYSBURG JOURNAL. Repairing Public Works by Contract. The public works of Ohio were let out to bidders, on contract, at Columbus, on the 13th inst., to be kept in repair for five years. The following statement shows the average annual cost of repairs for the past six years, and the saving which will bi effected to the state by the new system: On Sec. 1, covering the Ohio Canal from Cleveland to and including the Walhonding aqueduct and lock near Roscoe, and th Walhonding Canal, the repairs averaged 32,505.05 p-r vear. Sec. 2. The Ohio Canal from tin Walhon ding lock to the lower lock at Lockville, in cluding the Dresden side-cut, $26,080.77. S:'. 3. The Ohio Canal from Lockville to the Ohio river. 53.433.90. Se. 4. The Hocking Canal, 80,037.30. Sjc. 5. The. Muskingum Improvement, 25,665.80. Sec. G. The. norlhern division of the Mi ami and Erie Canal, extending from Lik Erie to the Indiana state lin S15.071.17. Sec. 7. The, Miami and Eri Canal from the Junction to tin O'.i...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 24 November 1855

THE PElUtYSBURG JOURNAL. 219 Keeping Sweet Potatoes. The, time! is near at hand when sweet po- t a toes for next year's seed should bt: packed away for the winter, and this is a suitable lime to give in result oi our tniieiiw ami observation, for the benefit of the leaders of l he Cultivator. Select fine days dining the first part of Oc tober, and t alio the potatoes from th hills, carefully, so as not. to bruise them, let them dry thoroughly, but speedily, cither in the sun, or spread' upon a floor under cover. The' boxes or bins for Mowing will be in size according, to the quantity you wish to keep, but in no rase over two feet in depth. Gi ber a sufficient quantity of sand or fin", road dust and have it thoroughly screen ed an I dried. Put a thin layer of sail I up on ill" hot torn of tin; box, and lay in a coins.' of noiutoL-s from 8 to 12 inches thick, then pour in more sand until it. fills all the inter stices between the. potatoes to the bottom of the box. When this is done, ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 24 November 1855

Editorial Page. Important Movements. The National Intelligencer says that the government has re ceived dispatches from Col. Wheeler, rela ting to recent events in Nicaragua, which are of such a nature as to require prompt and decisive attention. It is also said that Com. Paulding is to proceed to Nicaragua in a ship of war, with instructions to inquire into the circumstances attending the outrages. There seems to be a general brushing up of war accoutrements, and a feeling of un easiness to have somebody pick a quarrel with the American nation. Great activity prevails in the different navy-yards, and it .said that the greater part of our immense navy is to be immediately made ready for ser vice. A number of British war-vessels having been sent to winter in the West Indies, it is supposed the present brilliant administration will send our navy down there to watch them and prevent them from, doing any mis chief! In this particular nick of time, it has been discovered by Gov. Medill, w...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 24 November 1855

Dyk's Bank Note Plate Delineatok. This is a book of 300 pages, and gives a per fect description of every genuine bank note circulating in the United States or British America. The following certificate was giv en by Tuppan, Carpenter & Co., bank note engravers, New York. We take great pleasure in endorsing Mr. Gary's opinion of your Bink Note Plate De lineator, and in recommending it as a work of the greatest utility." The Delineator, together with Dye's Sjmi Monihly Brink Mirror and Coin Chart, is furnished at 83 per year. Address John S. Dye, 172 Bma Iway, N. Y. T. Blade. Pooh Richard for lS.jfi being an Alma nac for the whohi United States, and con taining Twenty Engravings illustrating the maxims and sayings of Poor Richard, (Dr. Franklin.) is a very pretty and neatly prin ted little book of pictures just issued from tta Brother Jonathan Office, New York. Mr. B. H. Day, the publisher, offers o give it away to anybody who asks for a copy. Send a 3 cent stamp to Mr. Day to pre...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 24 November 1855

222 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Cosmopolitan Art Association. SF.COM) YEAR. VllRANGEMENTS for the second annual col lection of this new mid popular institution for tiie diffusion of IitPi-iiture ;md Art, have boon made on the most extensive seak. Anions the works al ready engaged, is the far-famed" (UiXOA CRU CIFIX." which nvitrhiiillv cost SJO.OUO. In forming the new collection, 1h-! diffusion of I vvovks ot American art, nml tiie cih oiirngem? nt ot Aiuerieaii genms, have not been overlooked. Com missions have been issued to many of the most dis tinguished Aineri-an artists, who will contribute sonic of their finest productions. Ann ng them are three Marl .la Dusts, execute J by the greatest living ,cu! ' tor 1 1 1 it am P. I v i . up aiionci: wasiuxgtox, The Father of his Countrx ; BEXJAMIX FRANK!. IX, tho Philosopher; DAM EL WEBSTER, the Statesman. A special agent lies vi. ited Europe and made careful and judicious selections of foreign works of art, both in bronze and marble ; stat...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 24 November 1855

THE PEItliYSBURGr JOURNAL. 22a: lvKI'LICATIOX AND REJOINDER. The New York Evening Tost, in commenting upon Wise's letter to the Boston lecture commit tee, site's ted th t the. most charitable con struction to bj put upon it, was that the Governor was drunk when he wrote it. To ihis the Richmond Enquirer replies that Wise is " practically a cold-water man." Wh'Teiipon tli'1 Evening Post mikes rejoin der as follows : Well, all we can say is. if he was not in liquor, hi has disgraced him self even more than we hud supposed.'' WiiMi did A'noloin s!ji') five in a bjd ? When he slept with his fortr fathers. pi:i:!:vsi;rico .khknal is pubn-btd even L Sutu;iav, bv Ou:u, at I per vear, Cibli in I'' I .."ill Ml I hi v ill ii" chirr' "i ies iii.td t ! per at tin; l'llpOIS II,:. It . i A i short liusiu '. . K-.u-.'ii ;..(!. i heir I'm . 1 1 : i trade ; .ji 1.2') r.-!i ia Ii mouths. t' the venr. 't ho.se in ;i!'r'';ii'.' 'CM i at tin; rate (it 1.")') for tlx? present v t-.iv in-. when thev can g...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 24 November 1855

224. THE PERRYSBUIIG JOURNAL. nEMOVAL. BROWN & HUNT haveremo-1 XV ved their Stoveand Tin Establishment Xo theii New Store, opposite A. M. Thompson's, where wi iwe offering a well selected assortment of COOK. HALL, IIOXS,' PARLOR S TO VES. in great varieties. Our Stoves are of Albany man-1 iit'uctiifj, anil inferior to none. Plain and Japaneo Tin Ware, Stove Pipe and Stove Trimmings, At Wholesale and Retail. .lob work and Repairing done on short notice. Or- ders from aVo id will m jet with prompt attention.' Jan. 1, 1S5.3. BUOWN & HUNT. : . Til:. .1 M v :l-.r S ( ) M kt 1 J 1 NO A N D VALUABLE. The tii. -f-1 powerful King on tin; fare of the globe no r. 'i . in th.. Ann rii-an Ucpul lie. '1 lie power r .- j.c-l I't.'M'is !'t" l.urnpe sink into insignificance ... m -in p.'tr I t" 1'iir Ainirinin kins?, i i:r" r.iri kin;: .-nipjov l in: inuir tested in them to . ...i.-. li !i. s f the n.-h and lordly, and to reduce ii. :.;..- r. and doe lauatien. tlie poor mid depend-i-i r Ann ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 1 December 1855

THE PEERYSBURGr JOURNAL. VOL. III.- PEIillYSUUIlG, OHIO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1855. NO. 29. Cheaper Bread. This is not. ami never will be, as good a wheat growing country as England orFrance.j to speak of the countries bordering on the Black Sea. Our soil is not so generally j and happily impregnated with lfme as is! that of large portions of Europe; and the : ixtremeheat and (quite commonly) protrac-! drought of our summers generate myriads ' t f insects which are the especial enemies i he wheat plant. The weevil, wheat midge, ilesfiaii My and other devastators rarely let , to expect that wheat will usually be cheap enough to form the staple food of the poor-; st of our population, when Indian corn and rye may be grown at half the price of wheat,' and oat's at horn one-third to one-fourth. ; Now these grains, properly treated, make; bread nowise infeiior to that from wheat : 1 we think it decidedly superior. Corn bread ! is universally eaten throughout the south,1 and is in no res...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 1 December 1855

99ft THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. .1. Nicaragua.-A paragraph is 'going the! mnd of thpnrp statin amons other thinzs. rr that Nicaragua contains a white population uf onlv twenty thousand persons: A cen- pus of" the republic was taken in the year which is the latest source of informa-! on thesubject. According to it the pop-! !,.: ),., off i nno ,..t,, o-s nan were set down as whites, 15,000 000 Indians, and 180,000 of a compoecl of the negro, Indian and Spanish, negroes 90-!not mixed race, ! n.-l Sti,inUh'i with' the Indian greatly predominating, i TI-.b vmnrinal tn,rna w T.nii. r.nn mi ii i ti j 1 MO 000 inhabitant? Missaya, 15,000 ; Mm- i aua. 12 000: China'ndega, li.OOo'; Granada,1 10,003: Segevia, S.000, and Rivas. 8,000. a Urtnt 'niitf-iialf 'thi' rnnntrr is r a mJc h I-1 y i British under th Mosauito title the i Khmev and his fiUibusters seem to bj in' the ac:ual possession of San J uan, as well as cf all the Mosquito region adjacent, and have! m tact, claimed to have bought the Mo...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 1 December 1855

THE PEIUIYSBURG JOURNAL. 1 Temperance Meeting in Portageville. Pursuant to u call of " Many Citizens,'" the people of Portage and vicinity convened at Knaggs Hall on the evening of the 17th Nov., to consider the propriety of carrying into effect the law entitled "an act to profride against the evils resulting from the sale of intoxicating liquors," passed May 1st, 1651. The meeting was organized by appointing Collistek IIaskixs, Esq., chairman, and Dr. S. H. Barnes, secretary. After the reading of the aforesaid law, a committee oil resolu tions was appointed, who reported the fol lowing, which, after discussion, were unan imously adopted : Whereas we regard intemperance as one of the greatest evils of this age, its sad ef fects being visible in every community in our state, and especially in this town ; and whereas we have ceased to hope that any means short of legislation will be efficacious in removing this evil, therefore Itesohed, 1st. That we regard legislation on this subject ...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 1 December 1855

228 " THE PEKRYSBURG JOURNAL. The land sales at Winona, Wisconsin, ou 27th ultimo, were attended by about 1,-' 500 persons, and much excitement prevailed. I serious difficulty occurred, in which two i men were shot. A settler on a piece of ground j in bidding for the same, though in of the threatened peril of being! thrown into the river if he diil. On the at-j to put the threat in execution, he a revolver and shot two of his assail- j I rp. . - tttz , . j f he state of ermont, with a population 1 of over 310,000 pays about $150,000 per an-j num for all the expenses of government, orl less than fifty cents per head for her people. She owed at the close of her last fiscal year, $48,038, and had funds to balance this sum to the amount of 859.352. There was in her treasury at the .year's end.&l 6.702, and her annual expenses had been $153,127. "ini-ul u j maive me , ira.i;-.ii. iiw v iuw u uuuiuiai is iu . be the parallel or 29 degrees. TlllS Will con- . v . . . i i i vey 1.0 us me...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 1 December 1855

THE PEURYSBURCt JOURNAL 22D BOWLING GREEN, Nov. 24, 1855. P..?nVrtt to 'public' notice, the members of j the. Wood County Agricultural Society meti at the mating house in this place. Mr. El- lion not bjing present, there was no public! address. On motion of S. W. St. John the! fallowing article was added to the bye-laws! of th-j society, viz : Art. G. No article shall compete for more, than one premium at the same fair. After listening to remarks from Mr. War-; ivn and others, the aim S. JOHNSON, Acting Sec'y. Gilead—Grand Rapids. At a m'etinguf the citizens of this place, held on Monday evening, Nov. 19th, 1855,. Dr. A. J. Gahdxkk was called to the chair,; anil G. W. McDonald appointed secretary. Tilt: object of the meeting was, to take into consideration the propriety of changing the nam. j of the village; from the fact that it. was often confounded with Mount Gilead. giving rise to a great deal of confusion in mail matter, and the goods of our merchants, des'iaed for this place, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 1 December 1855

230 THE' PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Cosmopolitan Ait Association. SECOXU YEA lit . KHANGEMENTS for the second rtnnual col xl lection of thte tfrvmif p'ofmlar institution for the diffusion of Liter'sttfsre and Art, have been made the most extensive seal". Among the worVs al-i rea dv engaged, is the fa'r-f.Wted ' OLA'OA CkVA C7.Y,' which originally cost $10,000. j In firming the new collection, the diffusion of; wirk. of American art. and the encourafirement of; American renins, have not been overlooked. Com- missions have been issued to many of the most dis- artists, who w ill fontrilmrp' tinguished Ameri-'ai some f their finest productions. AiiK'Hl' them nre threv Marble Busts, executed by the greatest living I- C U 1 1 1 1 ; 11 1 H A M P l W 1 : K S UEOIU1E WASlLlXdTOX, The Father of his Country ; HEXJAMIX FRAXhl.IX, the i'hilosopher ; DAXIEL WEB TEE, the Statesman. A special a ire nt lias visited Europe find made caretus and judicious selections ot foreign works ot , :rr. 1.;.t;i :n bron...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 1 December 1855

THE ' PERIIYSBUUG JOURNAL: 231 Kucliel is now, astonishing the Philadel phiaiis, ami column after column of the pa- otHl.at city are devoted to a repetition i of the flatteries ami "criticisms first per-, pelrated by a set of .New ork green-room i habituei. Nothing, however, is said of the virgin's seven fatherless chi Idren ! Of course uot. Samko Titles, A darkey on Staten Isl and, who pretends to have diecovered a cure for hydrophobia, sports D. D. to his name. Upon be in. a asked why he added these letters, he said, " Rise dat's right dat's my name in full Sum Poplar, D. D., Dog Doctor." -.r.- . r ..- . -T.T-.r-r.r--.. .:.:-.- .: -r-.-.-r FKK YSUl'UG JOl'BN AL is imliiishen every Saturduv. by S. Clakk, at Si per year, cash iii ; advance, or if 1 .'!" in trade ; $1.2Jcash in (i inonths. wr S 1 ."out the end f the year. Those in arrears ' will he charged at the rate "of 1.."i. for the present, scries until thev pay up, when'tluy can get the pa-j per at the reduced price. " ! Papers...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 1 December 1855

-J .) .1 THE ' PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. R EJIOVAIi. BROWN Si HUNT have reni.Vi v-j.J their tStove ami Tin Estidilithmait tu their N j w Stjre, opposite 'A. M. Thompson's, where we Bl I'lll ill II II C1L Ull ll-ntil nut III l't COOK. HALL, BOX PARLOR S jf'O V7vS', :i re t: varieti?. Our Stoves ive ot Albanv man-' .,., :.. . i ii i i t - . - . . - . . . - . - - .- Tin Ware, Stove Pipe ami Stove Trimmings, .1.' Il'iosa'e nnd. Retail. lob wj-k :i'ul !l jp,"iriii done on short notice. Or- d". -s t'r i:n ab-o il will miet with iiromiit attention. la:!. 1, IS". BROWN & Ill-NT. .1 m hi x i: w GHEAT I: hi . i Lis iu u .11. h..f onrricJ to th.- hwtrts of kt;. rl'KS so m i-'.'v n i x a A X I) VALUABLE. 'Hi : ii! -r:'u; Kiti.i i-n the face of the (tlol cow Li...- ii. liit- Aiii'.rii'.sii liupuMi". The power " ! i . ! : ii' iJ.-( t l ur-ipi- sink iuto iusiguitintuce i i.wi .-:-:ni: r-'.i t. ur Atiicrifnti Kiii(. - hcjs i i-! tin; Mi pr vcsti-J in them to 1 1 rvi' i ri i, m t lin- ri. li ami lordl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 8 December 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL " -" - ! Ml. .. .... I - . 4 VOL. II L PERRYSBURG, OHIO, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8,T855l NO. 30. Artesian Wells. The last number of the Scientific American gives us a sectional plan of the Artesian Well ut Charleston, S. C. It is quite it curiosity, showing the various strata of earth, stone, &c, for 1250 feet talow the surface of the earth. This well is about 3 inches iu diameter. It discharges 40 gallons nf pure water per minute, at a height of six feet from the surface. If the water is con ducted higher it is less in quantity of dis charge, and at twenty-three feet the water reuses running Altogether. About CO rocks have been drilled through, varying in thick ness. The first rock was struck two hun dred and thirty feet below the surface of the earth, the intermediate substances being first arid, then clay, then sand, and then nearlv two hundred feet of olive marl. At 1145 leet they struck a stratum of sandstone. Water was found in Band below this, at the dep...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 8 December 1855

234 THE PERRY SBURG JOURNAL. Minnesota, as'a'whole, is unlike any 'ter litory whose lands have yet come into mar ket. Its climate will attract thousands to itsooil. Its shores on the Mississippi, and along every rivulet which runs down from the interior, are piled sky-ward with mag nificent ranges of bluffs, rough, ragged and grand, which are interspersed with great gor ges, through which clear streams, filled with trout, dash and twist their way. The air is pure and dry, and one may wear a moccasin all winter, without getting dampness on the s de of his . foot. Farther into the interior the soil is smooth and rich, lacking, howev er, in timber, s misfortune which the whole West must forever contend against. The pprings, strange as it may appear, in this lat itude are several weeks earlier than in Illi 11013 and Michigan. Corn and wheat do well, and it is one of the most favorable stock countries in the world. I saw immigrants here who had run the giuntlet of the States; who first s...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 8 December 1855

THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. 235 Toledo Nursery Association.---Annual Report. To the Stockholders : Gents. In presenting a report of the op erations of this Association for the past year we have deemed this the most convenient mode of communicating with yon, or those of yon who are residents of other States ; and therefore, in this form, submit for your con sideration iIib following statement: The work of enlarging our enterprise has been constantly, und rapidly going forward since the commencement, and our efforts have, thus far, met with complete success. The inventory, which was carefully taken by the President and Foreman, shows that the stock has materially increased in quantity und value, and is in t xcelleni condition l lie heavy, rains of the past season having been less disastrous to young plants, in this vicinity, than to those grown in eastern Nurseries. The "Stock Account," which is charged with all items of labor, stock, expenses, &c, and credited with the sales, has a C...

Publication Title: Perrysburg Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Perrysburg journal. — 8 December 1855

236 THE PERRYSBURG JOURNAL. Editorial Page. There is no immediate prospect of the or ganization of the lower house of congress. Some 15 or 20 ballotings for speaker had been had at our latest dates, without any sensible progress towards an election. Camp bell was ahead. Of course the president's message will not be delivered till the house is organized. Its length will probably be so great as to prevent its insertion entire in our paper, but we shall in that case give an ab stract of it. By the arrival of the America at Halifax un the 5th, we have late foreign news item but nothing of much importance. Peace rumors were plentiful, but were founded on the prevalent wish for peace mora than any facts indicating its approach, lhe tended oy of the markets was slightly downward No war news of interest. Letters from Constantinople describe a bad state of affairs there. Numerous murders mid outrages in the streets, increasing fanat icism and ill feeling against tha christians. The allied co...

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