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CATALOGUE 



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DICKINSON SEMI^'ARY 



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MAY 15th, 1852, to MAY 15th, 1853. 



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WILLIAMSPORT, 

LYCOMING COUNTY, PENN^V 

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BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



Rev. TIIOS. BOWMAN, A. M. Preset ex off,, 

Gen. ROBEET FLEMING, Secretary, , 

Hon. JOHN SMITH, Treasurer, 

ROBERT FARIES, Esq., 

Maj. CHAS. low, 

J. S. CRAWFORD, M^^D., 

J. F. COWAN, 

A. UPDEGEAFF, 

DAVID SHOWERS, Esq., 

M, CHAMBEI^LIN, — — 

C. B. BOW]MAN, 
Maj. L. G. IIULING. 
Hon. a. S, WILSON, 
M. W. JACKSON, 
Hon. a. W^OODWAED, 
Rev. JOHN TONNER, 
GEORGE SLATE, 
P. DICKINSON, Esq., 
Rev. Jf)IIN FOLEY, 
Rey. TIIOS. B. SARGENT, 
Rey. JOSEPH FRANCE, 



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Lewistown 

Berwick 

Williamsport 

Bellefonte 

Williamsport 

Lock Haven 

Danvillo 

Baltimore 

Williamsport 



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YISITIXG COMMITTEE. 

PHILADELPHIA OOXFERENCE. 

Lnv. .1. [.., TAFT. 
Ei:v. A. CoOivMAN. 

BALTIMOirE CONFERENCE. 

Rkv. T. [1. \\\ :^J()XUUE, 
Rev. r>. n. (M!>A'K1|. 
Rey. J. ii. YUiNG. 

DKJKIXSON COLLEGE. 

Rev, IMlESiJ>L:XT COLLINS. D. I). 



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BOARD OF LNSTRUCTIOI^; 

Rev. Thos. Bowman. A. M., Principal, 
Teacher of Moral Science and Latin and Greek. 

Rev. W. L. Boswell A. M., 
Teacher of Mathematics, and Natural Science. 

ClIAS. R. ZSCHEIGXER, (of Lclpsic,) 

Teacher of German, French and Instrumental Musia 

E. A. Smith, 
Teacher of Common English. 

C. D. Emery, (of West Point,) 
Assistant in Mathematics. 

George Rothrock, 
Teacher of A^ocal Music. 

J. M. Greex, ?J. D., 
Lecturer on Anatomy, Physiology and Hygiene. 

Me-s IL Cali,=^te Clarke, 
Preceptress and Teacher of Ornamental Branches. 

Mr?. Eliza W. McDovrELL, 
Assistant in Female Department. 

Miss Mary McCord, 
Assistant. 

J. L McCoy, Steward, 



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RESIDENT GRADUATES. 



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Beck Margaret 
f Gere Harriet 

Gere Sarah 
4- Green Helen 
..^■: Packer Mary 
-*- Packer Sarah 



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NAME.^. 

^ Allen Robert P. ' ^?^ ^ 

Allen Thomas E. 

Alexander Cyrus T. / ^-^ -^ 

liaird W. P. 

Beck II. L. 

Beck Newton 

Beck s. :\r. 

Bennett Thomas 
Blair A. F. 
Bowman Charles G. 
Bowman Charles P. 
l^owman K. J. 
Bowman K, P. 
Bowman J. Bur bin 
Bowman N. W. 
^« Bowman S, li ' »3 *- 
Bowman T. (j. 
Bowman T. ^I. 
Bright E. W 



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RESIDENCE. 
Armstrong. 
Williamsport. 
Old Fort. 

Youngwomansto*n 
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Williamsport, 
Mifflinvillc. 
Berwick. 
Wiiliamsport. 

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rATALO^>l !•: OF M( KINSON SEMlXAKi 



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KAMES. 
BroAvn J. A\'. 

Butcher J. J. 

Calvert E. L. 

Caiup])ell Alfred.^ 

Care Tlioinas 

Carr J, W, 

Chancy A. B. 

Claubaugh Levi 

Costello Clemson 

Craio' llohert 

Cramer Jacob 

CravvibrJ Cliarlea— 

r»c Witt Archibald 

T)ice (icor;j;p 
i Diemer Jas. B. ■ / o 

l)ill Andrew 

I)()el)l(ir Thomas 

Drum J. R. 

Drum M. S. 

l)unmire J. W. 
Ehu^ Benj. B. 
Ek*(^ Daiiiel B. 
Ellis Charles 
Ear (PS Fraiu.'iH 
Eari(^s llobert 
Eessh^r Pliilip 
Eield Jos iah 
Eisher I'homas AW 
IMpniln^ W. 
Ereas Isaiah 
Eulmer Jesse II. 
Fuliiu'r A\\ 
Eur;^u son W. < »' , 
:jf Eurst A.(L \U "? 
(lardrir-r A\'ayiie 
( Jol)hart 

(iill(>s[)i(^ liobert 
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( lortiH'r ]']. S. 
(Joidd Alexiuidcr 
< Jould l'r:nikrn\ 
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RESIDENCE. 
Baltimore, Md. 

Williamsport. 



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Portsmouth. 

Armstrong 

East Ban c. 

Altona. 

Montoursvillo. 

Jersey Town. 

Williamsport. 



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Wayne. 

Sunlniry. 

Berwick, 

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Salona. 
Dunnsbur^. 
Williamsport. 



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Ncwljorrv. 
Williamsport. 
Wdiite Deer Mills 

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Lock Haven. 

BerAvick. 

AVilliam sport. 

A'ippenose. 

Halifax. 

Hjihijia. 

T5each Creek. 

i\ipp(>n()S(\ 

AVahallah Miss. 

Ijoyalsock. 

AV'ashinp;ton. 

AVilliamsport. 






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I'ATALOUUK OF DICKINSON SEMINARY. 



NAMES, 
(h'cen John 
Guyer Asl)ury 
llail AVillis. 
Hardy C. M. 
Hasting George 
Hayes Jas. G . 
Ilartman AVm. 
Hebe r ton S. B. 
Hepburn A. H. 
Hepburn John 
Hepburn John M. 
Hepburn AVm. 
Hess AVm . 
Hig^ins AVni. 
Hoffman Chas. 
Hoffman John 
llogeland S. M. 
Ilooven E. T. 
Hoyt 1). M. 
Jack Charles H. 
Kalbfus Charles H. 
Kalbfus Dani(d 
Kalbfus T. Bowman 
Karschner AVilliam 
Keller Jacob 
Kf^pner i>enjamin 
King B. P. 
Koons E. A. B. 
Kracht AV. A. 
Laugcakc J. A» 
Lcil) E. T, 
LlLiii-et John 
[dv:V'l lienry 
lilov'i Wiiiiaiu 
Low ( 'iKirles 
Low G. i>. 
L\{)n Hii'a^j) 
Marsh (;. • 

Martin Oi^Mtliant 
Mc<'ornnck C S. 
a^lcC(!)"mi('k G. A, 
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Williamspcn't. 
Altona. 
Armstrong. 
Eksira, N. Y. 
Salona. 
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Elim sport. 
AVilliamsport 



C*atav/issa. 
Heaver Meadow. 
(Grampian Hills„ 
AVillian) sport 



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Millville. 

MiminvilJe. 

Mifflin. 

J.>ui)ns])urg. 

I'ohimbus, 

A\'illia{r)s]>;)rt. 
Munrv. 

i\)rt Cnrbon 

,Be;ich ('I'cok. 
i'ovalsock. 
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Limo !v!du;e. 
\\ illiamsport 
I'dimsport. 
A\ J!liams]>ort 
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CATALCHil'H OK Df 'i'SINSON .-^KMLNAJtY. 



i\IcUowell Jiinios K, 
McDowell AV. K. 
MfiLaughriu 
McMurray lloT)ort 
McNarnoy Thomas 
Meek el. M. 1\ 
Meiulonliall llonv}- v^ 
Mitchell E; [K 
Mitchell Jan. T. 

Mmor(;. w. 

Miller riii lip • 

Mussina Sylvester 
Neff Is>iiae 1\. 
Oliver V. ^Y. 
Oliver John 
Oliver 8. Llovd 

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Ottiii^er Edward 
Packer Al])ert 
Packer B(,y^LC.. 
]^lcker George 
Pi*t^rv.irr'j II. A ^ 
pollock Thomas 
Piirsell l>enjamii> 
jloo'crs (U'or^e 11 . 
San key Sanuiel 
Santei^ V. M, 

Shulcr r. 0. 

Smith .ioh:^» 

Snyder \']. R. 

Stoiicr i . 11 - 

StcNt^nson (hM)r|i;r- 

Stout .h.hn 

Stout Thom]>s('xT 

Sv,'iL/t y < '. 1>. li . 

Sv.e'.'lcy \\'ilUan). 

Tallnum Jcrouiiab 

Tollman d(!hn H. 

Tallnum Malliiew 

Taihua^A Uobert 

Test Israfd 

Thoma:-! John Bv. 



BES1T)E.}:CE, 

Lev>'isto\vn, 

IViooming G-rO'VO. 
Lovalso«k. 
Dunnsbiirg. 
Unlonville, 
l^erwick. 
McYeytoYfn. 
Staunton^ Va. 
Elim sport. 
"Wmiamsport. 
Manor IFiil 
"Williamsport. 
iM Fort. 
AVilliam sport. 



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]^a.ltiinore, Md. 
Millheim. 
Town Hill, 
dintonville. 

Jersoytoy/n. 

Town 1 J ill. 

LewistoAvn. 

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Thompson Thom i^. 

Tinsman Andrew' 

Tinsman Pinter 

Waters John 

AVaters Xewtoii 
Webb John II. 
■VVeitzel P. H. 
Wheelock AV. A\^ 
AY ilson llouben E. 
AYirt Janv'S 
AYolverton John 
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AVillianisport. 



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Jersey Shore. 
Sunbiiry. 
Corning, N. Y. 
Masseynburg. ^ 
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Addis L niisa. 

Alexander Louisa 

Allen Uarri"t d. 

Allen Alargar«^t 

AU'^n M try 1^. 

Arbuckle Elizabeth 

"Bock Emma 

Buuiett ll.irriet 0. 

Bitner Martlia 

B;)wman M. \ • 

Butler Amui 
j Caldwell Anna E. 
' (dtirke lA-'lia W. 
Clarke Sarah 



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Pvoad H'lll. 
Old Fort. 
Trout Run. 
Montoursville. 
AVilliamsport. 
Ij.nvistown. 
AV ill lam sport. 



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AVilliamsport. 



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XAMKS. 
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rinior \\. 
riiiior M- 

AVilliams L. M. 
AVoothntui M:ir2;!iret, nVuiH 

K tiriiitarovr •i;weu Kuinvagoii 
Yocum Marp;-.u-et 
Yo'.'um Martha 
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Ilesidciit Graduates, 
Males, 

Females, 

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- 109 



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MISCELLANEOUS IXFORMATIOK 

I)]civin:^()M Seiiilnary, ^viil noon, witli more tliau ii?iial success, 
c miplete the lifUi year c<r its histurv. Tli'j Trusiv-o.-, irom llie be- 
i»-lnln'^, havo Ij'v^u (.lotormhtod to fIvg it rank aim^ii^; tJie liidiest 
S^miuirl'is of learning, and thf^y arc now pleased to know that, 
it oceiipies an enviable position among the iirit sehools of the land. 
Its heautifal and healthful loeati >n at V/illiamsport, Lycoming Co., 
Pa., in (11) oT the most picturesque and lovely valleys of Ihe Sus- 
quehanna, its convenience of access, Leing within 30 hours ride 
of Baltimoro and Philadelphia — Its abundant facilities for thorough 
instruction — Its high tone of luuraliiy, all combine to commend it 
to the continued patronage and conlld.onee of the puljiic. Though 
under th " ini!ii;vli:ito care of the Piiiladelphia and Ixiltimore Con- 
^'erenc of tli-;' Methojist K]»isco}>al Churchy it is not intended to b^ 
sectarian. It proposes U) furnisli a sound, christian, education to 
the numeruus yoirih.s ^.liu {.iniually f.uck to its Halls. Having the 
two sexes under the same lioard (-f Instruction and govcirmcnt, it 
combines all the advantages, with few lS the di,' advantages, of a 
IMale and a Female S aninary. Teachers and l*iipils Eve together 
as a well rcirulatcd famllv. 



COURSE OF STUDY. 

This embn'aces a period of throe y(\\rs smd is designed to qualify 
students f<jr t"ac]iing in iiiiy liigli Seho(d or Acadomy, or for any 
d'^partm Mit id' busin"ss. Upon (tmpleling the lolK.v/ng (.turse 
th'! sUid-Mit will be eiitltl'l to a iJii'i.o.MA. 'i'hos;^ intending to enter 
coll 'Li;!% and (.th^rs, not v,i^h:ng to cor.iplete the course, can jiursuo 
sujli stu^le.; as tlu^v dL;:^lre. ^^ 

FIRST YEAH. 



FirvST Tf.k.m: 



Algebra, 

Ancient G eography, 



Algebra, 

Classical Anticpaities, 



J/jom...;", 



Eag. Laauaiage, 
Ibmeral liistorv. 



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r>EC(^M) Tr;rr.:: 

Lnomi>'. Xatural Iflsfi^ry, 
La' in (Jrammar, 
TniKi) Ti:ji.M: 



McClintock's. 



Oeometrv, 
Physiology, 



Xatural Philosophy, ♦lolinston'i^. 
Latin Uraju. McClintock's. 



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CATALOGUE OF DICKINSON SEMINAPwY 



Geometry, 
Book Keeping. 



SECOND YEAR. 

First Ti:rm: 

M.Mital Plillosoplij 
CiCsar, 
Grook Grauimir, McClintock's. 

Second Term: 



*ConIc -Sections, Loomis'. 
Constitution of United States. 



■^Trigonomctrv, 
Botany, 



Ciioniistry, 
Yirgll 
Greek Grammar, McClintock's. 

TiTTRD Term: 



Loomis'. 



Cic3 Hj's Oratiomf 



Upham^B. 
Antlion's. 



Johnston's. 
Anthon's. 



M'lttlcinn^s. 
Anthcn's. 



Greek, Second Lo.k, 



McClIntock's. 



*SurTcying k ^.lensuratlon 

Jioomis's 
Do SonectutD, ALtlio;rs. 



THIRD YEAR. 

Fir^sT Term: ' 
Lo;ri(>, 



Political Economy 
^MineraL>gy, 



Whateb, 's. 
Kv. of Christianity, PaleY^s. 
(h-eek 2nd Book/ McClintock's 

S.'CoxD Term: 



Khetoric, 
Oe Am'citia, 



Whateloy'3 
Anthon's. 



Wavluid's 
Duia's. 
M« mor.'ibllia, Anllion't^. 

Third Term: 

■^Civil Engineering, MrJian's. I Moral Pliilosophy, Wnyland's. 
Geology, Gray's. | Horace, " Anthon's. 

For tho.^c studies inarl:rd vritli a Star, otliers may lie .«ul:f t'Uited. 

Thoso onterinp^ up;tn ili*^ ah(»vf^ Course, mir.t he woU grounded in 
Arithmetic (I);ivies,j V>n-li;^!i Grammar, (ChandlfM-'s.) Geography, 
(Morse'y.) j:tyiru>!(.gy, (l.,\i;d'.s > e^ul History, (Gof;(irich's. ) 

Exercises in. Pcr.m iiv^hip. I*.'-..:::;;/, Ortiiography, Composition 
and Di'cl imati.tp, OMiitinui'd Jiro ;i:ii( iiC the (-(arse, 

Thos(Mvho v,-i-M to pursTK^ th*' ( 'l:->s>;<>s fiirtiu^r than is cnntom>ila- 
tcl in th" ;iJ ovr; course, can u'^'- any ap|>rove(: toxt-liooks ; and those 
Avho prefer it, may substiiute the Frjnch and Gorman fur the Latin 
and (r!-t'ck. 

Lr.(T[ RKs on ilie 5;evoral hranclio^ of Natural Science yrill he de- 
livered at regular and stated periods. 

\ ocAL Ml sjc. — Instruction in tiiis science yill l)e given to the cn- 
t.re school, hy a coin:»'>tpnt teaclnn*, at regular periods. 

A Normal Class vrill h- formed (when required), and special at- 
tention will he given to those who may wi-h to prepare themselves 
for the important (hities of teaching'- 

A Biblical Class will also be formed for the benefit cf such as 
have the Ministry in view. 






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ACCOMMODATIONS. 

This Institution is furnished with a fine building for school pur- 
poses, and a largo and commodious Boarding House, recently erect- 
ed for the acc<anm(jdatlon (d* hjludent^^ from abroad. This is arran- 
ged in separate departments for ea<:h rex, ^roA is }d:iced under the 
care of an experienci^d stevrard. The Prin.cipai's family also 
occupies a portion of the same building, whih:5 the Preceptress and 
several other Teachers lodge in it, and board, in common vrith the 
student, at the Steward's table. Each roem is furnished with heavy 
articles, hut the students must provide their ovrn sheets, counter- 
panes, pillow-casos r^nd t^»wels ; all of vrhich, tc^otiier vdth all 
articles of clothing, must he car J^nJhj marhed. _^__ 



TRICES OF BOARD, 

Boarding per week, $1,03 

]loom Kent, Lights and Fuol, (according to tho coascn.) from 15 to 
25 cents. 

Washing, 18 to C'o cents. 

N. B. — Payment monthly in advance or interest will be char^jed- 



RATES OF TUITION. 

Beading, Writing and Oi-thograpli}-, 
Elementary Arithmetic, (Joography and History, 
More advanced do. ih).. do. 

Higher ]']n^li*^h, with Lectures, 

Latin and (ireek, 

Contin;rent clnir^e n^ccordlng to season, 

EXTRA. 

German and French, each, 

])raw"ng, 

Lin;]sca;ie sc^tche^ find painting, 

DiiTre:.t srvles (ench> 

Instruction o!i Piano (oO lo330ns), 

Use of Piani, 

N. Ih — Tuition /I'O'? invar laljhj to ho paid in advance. 



Fcr Qiinrt^r. 

$2,50 
3,00 
3,50 
5,00 

0,00 
£5 to 50 cents. 



$4,00 
1,00 
2,50 
2,50 
8,00 
2,00 



AVERAGE OF r:XPE>;SES PER QUARTER 

OF ELEVEN WEEKS. 



Boardinr, cjc, 
Tuition. 



Com. Y.v^. 

$22,00 



12,00 

6,33 



Latin k Creek. 

22,00 
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ADMISSION. 

Application for p.linissiv/n mu3t L-o mado to tlio Principal, at hh 
oHice in the Scminarv liLiildini^. I\v)ii:3 will bo fi<lmitto;l tv) tbo Ac- 
adcmic Department wiiu vriii not plevl;ro tlioni3il.es to observe all 
the rules and rcLiulatiuns of the luslitntiun. Every student will be 
considered a member of the school until the Principal shall bo notified 
of his intention to leave. 



APPARATUS. 



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The Institution is furnished with a superior collection of appara- 
tus, together with full sets of maps and chart?, and an interostln'^- 
cabinet of minerals, thus aQbrding every requisite facility for illus- 
tration and experiment in Astronomy, Philosophy, Chomlstrv, Anat- 
cmv, and Phvsijloey. 

LIBRAPtY. 

The nucleus of a library lias been formed, which already cm, 
braces many of the most valuable vrorks in the English lano-iiaf^-e. 
Tu this, constant additions are making ; and every student, for a 
trifling foe, can have aeccs.^ t.) a rich and entertaining fund of infor- 
mation. 

discipli?;e. 

The discipline is mild but firm, calculated to promote intellectual 
advancement and improvomont of tli- heart. Every encouragement 
will be af7v)rded to tlie studious and well-disposed, but the indolent 
and unprincipled can find no rosting-plaee withhi the pale of the 

Institution. 

RELIGIOrS SERVICE. 

Eve-y student is ro(pi:i-d to jittond the religious exercises at th^ 
opening and clos- (d^ sch.nd eadi day, as well as public worship 
twic- every Sabbatli, at Jruch place as parents or guardians may des- 



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The Academical year is divided into three Terms com 
follows : ) '^ 

Fall Term, August 2oth, lSo3. 
AVinter Term, December 5tb, 1853. 
Summer Term, March 17th, 1854. 
The year will close June 30th, 1851. 



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