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Ml rUtl.O HHITK. J
8AMSMJRY, N. CTUESDW, 'JUNE 10, ,828.
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FUKSIDKNTIAL ELECTION. '
-At shw tir,lkpIdio4 jhe PreiJ-
sjeTmal clectfvA Jft rapidly appr"oTnj
;..' the annexed ttcmrnt ot we umber
ol Electors id the several states, to
gether with the mode of rhKing
then, will be found not uninteresting
to miDV of our reader. We rccom-
mend them to preserve it fur future
"The tenth Presidential term ex
piring with the 20th Congress on the
third of March ensuing, a choice of
Electors, of President and Vice-Prc
sident, must be made in the pr et
year. The Uw of Congress (of 180?)
provides, that the Choice of Elector
of President, must be made within
thirty-four days preceding the first
Wednesday of December the Con.
' 1 -L..I
etitution requires 01 ine electors ip
meet in their respective Slates on said
third Wednesday of December, to
vote by ballot separately for a Pmi
deot and Vice-President of the Uui.
Uf SliteffOnrvf- whom t leist? shall
not be sn inhabitant of the same StattT
Wednesday of December falLon lie"
third day of the month, consequently
the cnoice i electors muii ih maue
on or after the 3l"of Ocober,
" According to the laws now in
force, (and at present ihrre is noproh.
ability of their becoming ' hpjd) the
ensuing choice of the Electors 'will
he made in the several states of the
Union, in the 'ollnwing manner :
On Monday of the lat Court in Cree nbo.
roujrti, a retpcctabio meetlnf of the citisens of
GullfocU county, friendly to tb eUetMw of C
winder Juckttn, was held in Um courtdioute
I. A, MiImm, U U chair, and W; R. U. fjnd
then proposed, and unanltnoutry adopted i
I. Rftoh'td, That this mee'inir con
slder tht re-election of John Q Adams,
s conlrfrnf lrnerst"ind prosaeriry
or iws se criun til potmtryi c wiIium
very for ami WnoraUo mean lit defeat
a t, f . a . . .
i it lurtrter resolved, that we
have the utmost confident in the pa
irloim and integrity, of General A
Jackson, md do cordially recommend
him to our fellow tliisena from hit long
tried service as a suitable person for our
nei c Mel magistrate.
I'e ii further resolved that this meet
ing reputing confidence in the ability
and lalrnti of Jolin C. CilhMin( would
solicit hii rr tlectiorl tt Vice President.
Ie it further reolved, thai this meet-
ini? apK)inl a committee of five prrtoni,
hoc duly i( shall be la meet or corres
pond with delegates from (he different
ouniies composing this electoral dis
diet, for the purpose of selecting some
sui'able pcrkon for n elector.
Urtofvt'l, That I hi mretinif hating
full eonfiderire in John M. Aforeirud,
rtorhmeiul him its ati tlcctor.
.Oo motion,':.-. ,
bert Moderwrlli John M Dirk, cs nd
Wuiiani iKv.l. LdodMyc'a.: 5eiMl,u.
lirTDmmmee f fi who-aiiil select-
suitable rommhlcc f vigilance and cor
J .. A r M F.I AN I C hai rra n .
the eminent talents aod services of
their son and nephew, aad ii his kind
and liberal correspondence, until per
sons! aod grateful acquainiocc had
impressed me with all the C'dings of
a more iotimste-frienQtip. I.beg
you to' be to your afllicted. family. the
interpreter of 7SvftmWfltitttt:
and to believe me lore vr, . ...
Your most sincere f iend,
n r"Trr r -t x r a r ptti -
P. S. My eoo 6d U VassCOr bjfff
to be mournfully remtmbered.
Stammering1 k appears that the
system of Mrs. Leirh has been Intro
duced with great success and profit to
her agents, id Europe. Mr AlaU
bouche, entrusted with the 'secret,
cured a great nurrber of persons in
he Netherlands, where a commission
was appointed by tie King to examine
nto its validity, the secret was aw
terwards bought by the government,
and adistinguishedphysician appointed
to cure paupers. The French Acad-
my appointed a commission to exam
ine trie merits of this discover)', by
whom a report has betn made. In
England, Mr. I.. Jf. Clark, Mrs.
Leigh's agent, is makjng a fortune
rapidlv by the successful treatment of
fflllE aubtcribtr has removed from the
J.f hou formerly ownd by Cant.
'TJ."rf Wtrkt, de'd. to the hoo lately
orcupied by Mr. lHld rortcr, in-the cstt and
of tha town i where h will contimit hia.TVir.
KHJT. HO SutetrelV Ihanki him fnrmU and
tha publte for iha patmnara heretofore asien
0KaM.m !p.C,to h sonens fhe ronttmunoe i
their favors. """ '-7 - ...
He pledirrs hii unremittinr attention to his
oimneaa, and kindneaa to those who may oe
OtaatocaUupoaJunu.. 12 VrVKEKK,
&ptrmi)tt irtM. rtA", esprit u. isnr-
rpillS cleprt establitlimrnt, fittiated
I at the north corner of the Court
,Hoie, hu been recently repaired awl
Bn fitnrral Tickot ( 18 Stutrt.J
L 1 O . . 1 I
N. Hampshire, 8 yotea
Maiaachuscttt, Ii do
North-Carolina, 15 do
(ieorHa, 9 1I0
Miio, Iri do
Indiana, 5 rlo
MiMtaipni, ,t tu
llliooun J do
Alabama, . F do
Miaaouri, 3 do'
Kentucky, - 14 do
Delaware, 3 do IB. Carolina,-
in Diitricti. (" 4 Siatn.J
Maine, 9 do Maryland, 1 1
New-York, 36 do Tenueuee, 11
Total vottt, ....... - 261
Of theie, 431. are neesaary to constitute a
cLoice b the Electoral Colleget."
raoM tiik new Tons: Exqi-iatH
ManufucturrtW e nci'ircl m ni-- time
ago, a very rlegnt HjI. m.d hv T. M.
W. Younj, Broadway, City of New Y01U
and sent as a present to Gen Jfkion
Indeed it may be said with perfect truth,
that no country on earth can manufacture
this article equal to ours. Mr. Young
transmitted the hat to Gen. Jackson, with
the following note :
44 Permit a native citizen of the state of
New Ymk o tender for your acceptance,
a Mat of domestic manufacture, presented
as a testimony of the nigh' cohVidtra'
t ion, which l am deeply sensible is due
from this nation to..y our exalted patriot
ism and talents. " I have the honor to He,
" T: W. M. YOt'NG.''
The Gen. received the hat and wore it
on hit, laie tiit to New Orleans. In hi
reply to Mr. Young's note, he aajs 1
4,Accept my sincere thanks for this to
ken of your regard, exhibiting, as it does,
a sta'e of improvement in this branch 61
Cure for Stammering, Thnt (a
tor rVjSrtdaaeairc.ttvV V .fftC
under the distressing afffiction of an
impedimrnt in their speech, may be
effectually cured where there is no
malformation of the organs of artic
ulat,K)Mby a f erse vcaoct, fur jhrer
or four month, in the simple remedy
cf rending aloud with the eeth closed,
for at le.iv to hours in the course of
each day. The recommender of this
simple process adds, 4 I can speak
with certainty of the utility of the remedy."
MANSION If OTH LT
SALISBURY, MONTH 'CJROLiXJ, '
BY KXRA ALLIMONO.
fitted up in a new and mnerior style, lor UV re
ception of Company. The freatert pain have
been taken to procure for thi ettablidimeiit
new furniture of every defcrintion. neceaxtry
for the comfort of Traveller) the moM ap
proved acrvanta have been selected with rrra'
caret the bar storked willi choice liipiori, and
the atablcs attended by obli(ing ami attentive
hoatler. Tle convenitnee of thia situation ii
equal to any in the place. The houae contain
a number of private rooma, ami out hooxv well
Calculated for the K c innnHxIntioii of Travellers
and Hoarder. Attached to which, there ia a
Uiy ImmU and llok Store.
Co iIiom- who may pirate to call on him, he
awirea them that no pain will he apared to
render tbeir atay comfnrtahle and pleating.
SatitSury, S'n 17. 1827 82
TIIK aubaeriber lias iuat returned from lt
- North, with a ooil an aortment of
Jewelry, Wakhei, Sh'yfr'Wurft'(jp.'
a was ever offere-l for ie liftbli placet lift -
moat faahtowahU anJ alrjaol kifkU to be had in V ' .
any of the WonUi Ciijca; clcfant fiold anJ "TI ''
few davs, he will receive a very elegant anrt. 7
merit of JMMMey GU. - AUn, aJI kind of &.
Mft-H'art, kept conatantlv on haml, or made to
order'ori cliort holk4. Q oT Shlcft Witt be lot J
lowrrthwn -ewelw eneda.ete,evr,.ibposed.of
befuee le tw pwoerrV- . " r"Tr-'
The Mblie are rrapectfunr Mviled le call and
eiamine theae iroodi; their richnen, eleranec.
and cheapne, cannot fail of pleasing thoac who
Wiab to buy.
An kimla of traitht HrfnuitJ, and warranted
to keep time : the ahop ii two door below the
court-bouae, on Mainreet.
Saliihitrv, May ?6, 1828. ' 16
IOR Sale. H htlnaU U HrtmL WU.S COT
TO V, No. 6 to 13. inchnive, at the Factory
prices, from Fayettevilli:.
SaHihnrv.Mat, 5, 1828.
Apply to 141
J. Mt'RPHT,. frem.
VttcAcetft fur VVuAfcvtt.
1 1 HR MiWnhrt havint; atolialiil
domestic mmiufdcture. hikrtilv crcditdb le
rnow n tiTiOMK airuaLtta - I- ,, it .
. .. f In rnr &lr til un.l li.nrtr fi th r, unfru
.... if. ww r r i " ,.. ww ami. " ...fv. . ... uu.. j
irilttam tt. Lrmvjord. W cannot,, tm.mw .eerinif Itr and eel proud of it
fra?....ff;..h expreaaton. of the L. ptiUicaJ ptoofof the advancement
high satisfaction Which we Teel, th.Uj of American ait. '' " " ' :-: '
I am also deeply Indebted to you for
the fl.nerinK eaiimate which tou have
brtn pleac,l to make uf mv public srrvi
ces. 1 ben vou, in return, to lie assured of
my. .Tet wislien tor vour pro-pery ann
happiiiss ANDREW JACKSON."
thi- great leader of the party, which
ve are proud to siy we belonged to
previous to the last election of' Presi
dent, has not, in the presc-H contest,
epar ited himself from the great body
of his friends ; bur is with them, heart
and soul, in the cause of Jackson and
the People. !r. Crawford, in a letter
to a friend, dated 6th March, 1828,
CfT You d v me justice in snp
posing I am with vou in the struggle
now m.iki tr in relation to the Presi-
tlenti il Election. ThouRh I urn in
formed, by letters from VVashiogton,
thit I have written a letter to Mr.
Clay, approving of Mr. Adams' ad
ministration ; but I am confident his
name is mentioned but once in the let
ter, and then, only to sav that he is
destined to undergo the fate that be.
fcl his' father. Yet, T arn informed,
that Mr. Storrs represents that I ap
proved of Mr. Adams' administration,
in preferecce-tQhaiyhichj8 to sue-
Alfred Moore, esq. has been ap
pointed to deliver the oration, on. be.
the day preceding the commencement,
at Chapel Hill.
casltbrsanrj - a 7 clait-,: table
cloth, are essential ingredients to do
:mcstic liappincss '- -
Shell out .'- ArteniaS TShell has broken
jail in Alabama.
Mr. Adams, for U,e last twenty vr irs,
has received about forty dollar a day
from the public purse. Is not that tufQ
cunt for him i
rUOK TBS RSW-TORK STaTSSMi!!.
Tribute to the Memory of Gov. Clinton
by particular request, we have ob
tained inr publication a copy .of the
subjoined Inter of condolence from
Geo. Lafayette, addressed to Charles
A. Clinton, Esq. uf this city. Its
contents will be found peculiarly in
teresting to our readers, as expressing
in un iftected language the lamentation
md eulogy of one illustrions man up
on the death of another. The warm
the tenerous, and sympathetic feel
ings of Lafavctte, breathe in every
line ; and the tribute of respect to the
memory of his friend is not less credi
table to the writer' than to the states
man whose loss he deplores. It is
worthy-of remark,-that tht seal o the
letter bears the impress of a miniature
likeness ot. Washington,, thus associa
ting in idea three of the greatest bene'
factors of our country.
Aftf-dear Sir i Your particular and
friendly attentions to me, nuke you
a. natural organ of the melancholy and
be conveyed to the family of your la
mented 4-at her. 1 regret the mourn
ful und unexpected 'event,'' as'anw.lm
mensr to to the public, and a great
personal ranse of grief to the, Bound
I w, to fh memory f my two
beloved R evolutionary companions,
vour. gKmd f ither ai d grind uncle, 1
ha,d found a peculiar gratifiution iu
A Real nrinr dat Philadelphia Diafaqur.
.. (A lvaneinir) " How d'ye do. Brook "
B. " Verv well, thank'ee, hov do jrtw do
.1. "Very well, thank'ee; b Mrs. Drooks
B. " Very well, lrm much" obfijred tye Mrs.
Adam and the children re well I hope " .
J. Q-iite well, thank'ee." (A pause.)
: B. " Tlather plfsssnt wetler to day"
J. " Ye, but it wa cold in the morning."
IL u Yea. hut we must eipect that at this
(Another pause neckcloih twisted, and
witch twirl'd )
" Seen Smith lately '"
ft, No I can't ay 1 have but I have iieen
Toinpann." ,. .
.f. "Indeed how i he'"
, Jf.. " Ver) .well, thank'ee."
. i " I'm )f lad Qf it . Well, good moraine,"
fi. , (Viod morninr." -i
Here rt always observed thpt the speaker,
having taken leave, walk faater than usual for
tome uuiutren yarns. ' . - -- -
We mlem we have heard dialogues "very
like" Uie above, not a thousand mile from Sa-
litli'.in, repeatel, we don't know bow many
time, between the aame persona, tn the tame
da'j '1 Ed. Carolinian.
Great Mechanical Curiotity. There is
exhibiting in Albany, New York, one of
the greatest rufiorities in mechanism we
have ever seen. It is a musical time
piece, on the top of which is the repre
scntation of a garden, with :hree appa
retitly running water falls; and on a
small pedestal is perched a small me
chanical bird, which " discourses most
eloqueit,.music," at the different hour
quarters : His wings, head and bill at the
same time have the motion of life. The
Albanv Gazette recommends it to the
notice of the citiiens: and remarks, thai
the lovers of music will be chaimed with
the notes of the bird, and the mechanist
admire the wonderful ingenuity of the
artist. It is not stated who the ingenious
inventor of this time piece is. -
W of JlSCXLUL-bcfttn
fhilatt-lfihia and H'llminfton, N. C.
Ukesj!)i. method to inform ihe pub
lic, tf,at .VewTwtirieave'Prmsdetfrhra
for Wilmington. N. C. thon -every ten day,
except when prevented by ice in the Delaware.
(ood and Produce intended for thi convey,
ance, -ilt be received and forwardcd'by Mera.
Bvrtant 13 Ihlitn. of Kavetteville, N. C. and
leaae. Him IS If lUtiirr, of WirmTiigf on, Nj CT
ar tne lowest rates ot ireigM. snl leaat expense
powiblr Having thrrr food Veueli in the trade,
commanded by careful captains, well acquainted
with the coaM, and Cabin well filled up for the
kcetMnmodation of Pattenifm 1 he therefore
trusta to meet with encouragement .
JAMES PA H ON. Jr.
PhiUtitrlphin, Mnrrh. 18 '8 r.mt'24
Ytickei Wtitik Vound.
IJtQI All, on Faiurday, the 24th ult. between
the bridire over the Houlh Vadkin and John
Pord'a. an old red morocco PttkH Bk, eon
taining tome money, ami paper of rontiderable
value. Further information may be hd on apa
pliration to the rnnter or tnia paperi or ine
pocket book obtained bv the oaner, on proving
it, and applying to FREDERICK FORI).
ear the Sew Bridge.
.ALuwlZih. 1123. ,. 7
let.- A. W. CAV, aaan In. . . f'l
IROM the niliirriber, in Sta'.rs
ville, on the 17th of April latt.
a iijy Jwlart, fieven or eiglit
rtVears old. walki fst : no oth-
f pecul.anty about her recollect e-k 8h waa
raiaed in Virginia, and may probably try to get'
back there. A reasonable reward will be paid
to any one nho will return uid bewst to the sub
scriber, or give information where she may be
found. Information by mail, may We directed to
3tltf P. CAI.IWE.I
.Ha, 20A, 1828 StutenrilU, X. C.
IROM the aubaeriber in Lancaster District, S. j
C. on the 12th of May. Negro, jian, about !
jjniUJrtitcfp,lhiinrtHutjon are happy
IX. to be able to uilurm the pul)Iic
hae engaged the Ret.-
tnictor, who ha already entered upon the dis.
charge of hit duties.
Instruction wilPbe givn in all the branchee
can be procured in tepcctablp .
familiea at from ait. .to seven, dollars a month.
Tuition ii proporlionably low.
From the fiiialifications and expertene of th
Inatructor, the cheapneaa of board, and the well
kiHwn hraldifuhieas of the situation, it it hoped
that thi Institution wilt receive a liberal share
of public patronage
By order of die Trustee.
S. F. PA H EREON, .Wrfary.
HVWoro' .V. C. I llh, 1R28. 3l 18
AiftuA for ftae.
T offer for le, a small Trorf I And, where
on I now live, containing acre, by
mirvey, Ivmg 5 milei wet of 9arisbury, In
Rowan county, wth abmtt ;-6 or 40 acrea clear- .
ed. and uialrr good repair and high cultivation.
It i deemed useleas to give a more pkrti,-u!ar
deaCription, an it i brlievel thoae who may be
disposed to jmrehase, wdt'iM wh to view the
laml. UAVID SIEWART.
Mav 22-A 1KB. 3tl9
ConunUtd o Wvt, 3ai
OF Wilke county, a negro Roy, who aaya hie
name i Hll.l, belnngr to Etekiel TroU
avak ttM 4 t m I k u u Cifl Sn aww kawiaasar Pa. Sla
. m . ' .. I f WW awu w a m m j v w y a. . -
a years 01 age, about 3 leet iy incbe lug". I ville He i 5 feet 8 or 9 itiches blgh, well -rather
.pare made, thin viwge, tolerably dark nxh iffh, complected, between 22 and
complected, dim scar on i onejif hit xheek. (?5 Teirt 0,, no partkuUr.mark perceptible
apparently an old burn, lit wai raised by Mr. yOR hiln. ownfr j, rtmiettcd to prove -
Marts of WK;ki.igham county, N. C, , and wa j property, p.y diarge. nd Uke him away,
next owned by Mr. Vm. Conner, on rouble- ' nnurn miu. 1 iJ"
BAT, rl-Pfi 1 thwi uwmh.I.h U'uniuV f - - viinni.r.o . iir.u wir,
, wv.it . -v
.minilikniil ....a I MiltA.i k . .1 in 1 ... 1 I. tr t f '
. ..u.u--"'i uimuii alio w wi - vu w.
- . .. . fc -
' s ...
'iTiWtW. May 30,
negro cloth, and had considerable otherclothing I .
1 1.1 1 ...:n k.
wiui iiihi. n rruiiiiiFic rcitaru win ic Kitu ....... it ... . , , t. . .
. 11 . l 1 . . 1 . I USi received from Philadelphia, the Shnnf
to any person who wi I take up naid negro, and ' . . . . . ' 3
cT ' , ., , ' , , . ill Fathioru, accompanied by the various co
confine in jail, and eive information to the nub- ( . ,, ' . ' , .. .
u i- . j . 1 -n c r c 1 1 Mr and lorma now in rojrue at the Nort'i ; which
criher, directed to Lancasterville, S. C. Said
negro '1 name iaiw. FRANCIS IMiRAM.
June 2d, 1823. 3119
will enable the aubaeriber to cuit all, both grave
and gay, who may favor him with work: Hie
work ihall be better ma.lr than any in town,
and warranted to fit well.
The subscriber having been appointed by A.
Ward, of Philadelphia, at a teacher of his Patent
DHIVIXG TO F.I YF. 7TC TIL L E,
117 ILL find it to their advantage, to itop at
venience ia provided for Man and llorae. to make I moJe of cuUi out Knl
them comfortable, at the moderate charge of 2$
cents a day and night, for the privilege of the
Yard, the uae of a good house, fire, water, and
shelter. Attached to the Yard, are a Grocery
and Provision Store, Bread Shop and Confec
tionary, and a House for Hoarders and Lodgers,
in a plain, cheap, wlioleiome and eonifoT
table tvle. 09
Fayeiteville, tt, .Ifnil. 1828.
I'mlnHiap ervatfrr. rtf Tai In finer mi all mefNii4
the IMGttV r.lKD, where every con- uho H tn ... Mlnrtiltt,
BR-NJ A Wi FRALEY
Saliihury, .V. C. Jpril lit, 1828. 09 '
Good wagfi. John Quiticy Adams re
ceived for his service and expenses, from
the 29th of Apl1irilT3rTffine 27th-Feb4
ruary, 1815, a trile over twenty two
month. SIXTY EIGHT THOUSAND
FOUR HUNDRED and SEVENTY DOL
LARS, and of this sum, about forty thou
TWT. subscriber respectfully informs the cit
iiens of Salisbury, and the surrounding
'iMinnlni llml k. Iiu. ..skliuh.l H1 H,.t,Lmri
in said town, on Main Street, a few doors touth
of (he Court-House; where he will be thankful
to receive any kind of work in his line of businea.
From a number of years experience, in Europe
and America, be feel confident of being able to
I give entire aaiiifaction to all those who may fa
vor him with any description ot thmltng.
Blank Bookt made to order; after any pattern
furnished, on ahort notice, and' at prices which
no one can complain of.
U1 Book, Hebowt'L either plain or omamen-
penunous.r ; ,
Pathr ticOne of the" coffin handbills"
was shown to :m old lady in Ohio- She
lifted up both her hunds, end exclaimed
with gn at patlms, " dear mr howmon-
s7nd"dolarr-were1,eved.f6c.imetftr?j I O0dl..tMjal.JbJf,5rin Salisbnry, and ex-
services : all or which appears in tne pu
lie report made" to Congress, April 30,
1822. And be it. remembered, that while
Mc.Adams was bu surfeiting himselt
on Treasury pap;lifeeR M;mS5.
1 1 artis, w St . l'eteburgf cow pi awing
that. our government was weak jaftd
THE subscriber is now receiving a large and
general assortment of
Dry Goods. Cutlery) ami Hardware,
of all descriptions, from NevYnrkand Widadel.
nhia. where thev were selected bv hirr.self, with
care, and boucht tor cash, and w hich are offered
cash at the lowen prices owerwmc, mi umc.
Country Produce bought, at the highest market
prices. - -Arrange meats are . made to receive
Goods monthly, from the above named places ;
which, will keep up a good upplj' of Fresh
.mi foe vourselve. - 7rrmrWltttV
N. B. Sugar, Coffee, Salt, IrOn, Molasti,
Rum, Wine. French Brandy, kc. 8tc. Also, fur
sale, as above, SwaiV nsici Panacea, fresh
from the proprietor n Philadelphia.
O F Mecklenburg county, on the 22d day of
April, 18;28, a negrawmun named Jinny,
who says she belongs to a man by tire name of
John Herren, ho lives in Duplin county, N. C.
The owner is requested to come forward, prove
property, pay charges, and take ber awky.
JOHN SLOAN, Sheriff
May 12, 1828. 15 of Mecklenburg cowirjf.
from a distance, faithfully attended to. The pat.
ninsje of the public is repectfully solicited, by
tlkeu obtacrrtWUN H. E CARTERET.
.Sui.Anrv, .tpril 28rA, 1 827. 62
aVolice J Taunera.
T"7lE subscriber offerTWsaTeT rhrvaluable--property
in the town of Charlotte, lately
belonging to W AH- n Baldwin. I bis prop,
ertyincludc about 60 town lots, on a part of
which are imoroveineiil'. via: A valuwble T(-
jy'hicrinic fit 1 ho 'eeessary butdinfv. tstv
Sfid a patent liars-Mni v aiaow f oott uweiwiff
ho'i'e, with ttie ntressary out nous
in all under ciiHiVttOn, ana wit
Derson wishing to purchase, can
by calling im ihe subscriber, living inJCabarruS
county, on Hiifi'slo enrrk; or on Mr. William
Suiilbj living in Charlotte.
ROBERT M KENZIE.
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