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Fort Wayne Weekly Times (Newspaper) - September 23, 1858, Fort Wayne, Indiana M a thu Sim sup. 2a, tie times strictly adhered to Advance Imp annul 00 at the end of six months 250 lit tie enl of the vhf air 300 popular sovereignty Protection to am Buican Idt Stry whig party 1800, John j. Crittenden of Kentucky. State ticket com heated at Indianapolis Masch 4 1868. Election 2so tuesday oct. 12ru 185s. Secretary of staff w. A. Peele of Randolph. Auditor of state Albert Lank of Vigo. Treasurer of state. J. Ii. Harper of St Joseph. Stipe intendant of ii nution poor. John Young of Indianapolis. Attorney general t. Otto of Floyd. Supreme 1 Eist p. Loud la of Cess 2. W. Hex Dicks of Jeff 3 Yandes of Marion 4. D. Griswold of Yigo. For of Allen co sol. D. Bayless. Early history of fort Wayne. Delivered by Otto be Battel before the Youso tub Tabt association or tout Raykh March 25ti1, 1850. Jet the editor will occasionally Adja few n by consent of judge he which will appear in leaded editorial style As Contr distinguished from the solid matter of the tit. Cost sved from we the times of the 16lh last week in giving a description of Larmer s de feat at the crossing of the Maumee at this cite major Wyllis is called and major Fon Taine called the editor will continue this subject for the the space allotted in this Issue of Llic Timur majors Wyllis Andron lain together with eight other of ices and other Brave men fell at the de feat named and sleep beneath the Rod in an entrenchment on the Vittle Field which is on the mum cd River and about Twenty rods below the present residence of David f. Cointa rett esq., Anil the Ford known by the in both Banks that on thu South entering he River in a k w. Direction and that on the North going out in the same direction the Ford having been years ago and rendered too dec a for by the Civet of wines Mill dam the Mill now being the prop erty of Clias. Hanna. Tho where sleep the Brave were seen by the writer As late As the Spring of of ground or rather in a Ravine full Vine the course of the River downward Lay Llie indians in such a manner an to Rake the whole line in the Ford and the fatality of the shots from the indians was such As to cause the River to run bloody fur Many and so great As almost to make n Bridge of dead bodies is described by pesh Kewu or Peshewa More properly called which Mym Lynx but belter known in tin s Region us chief John u. Kill Mchille who then a Young Man Anil present at the Battle a Nephew by adoption to Little Turtle. The Battle was extend Cal to to Ltd of the is. Jul. Quarter of n mile below Hutu ill s null at u Furd now plainly to to seen by the bunks nil where Aba was a bloody hour. H is proper Here to Sny that the Shawnce Vil Lage spoken of in the in Fly of that part of Llanna s lecture which appear etl lost week filled located Over two Miles Down the Maunice from Tho Confluence of the St. To Timph and St marys was Boul the Brj Penl Resi Dence of mrs Philps and is the same from 1803 Osbu e jacket Leader of the shawnees and of Tomt inimitable orator red jacket chief of the princely name of whom i said pages Tell not the planting of thy Parent Trot but to limit the Forest tribes have Bent for Ages to time and to thy sires the subject As our business is More particularly Wilh the Miami indians it is proper Here to say that they were Long lie Central Power in this Region and that they and others perhaps they the Princi a treaty of Amity Friendship arid Alliance with the English government through Ler commissioners at Lancaster a. On the 2qlh of july 1748. The Indian Force or confederacy was there called and recognized is the Trig twers of the Miami confederacy and situate on or bout the Otabache it Branch of Tho their chiefs were then As Ponesa Neuhoe Equetha and Aque Jackqua on behalf and representing Velve towns of the West. Little or to use his was a person of great Talent and celebrity and perhaps the Superior of Tecumsch who fell at the Ballac of River Rasin oct. 5th, 1813. Little Turtle was born at his Village on Del River in Whitley sixteen Miles from ibis City near where the present stale Road from Here to Columbia cily crosses that Stream and the Dale of his birth As near As can be gleaned from history and events was he was the son of a Miami chief by a Mohegan Squaw and became chief at an Early his courage and sagacity his intrepidity and that of his nation so proverbial gave courage and inspired ardor in Llinat powerful confederacy the Wyandot is Polar Aramies delawares Chippe was Oll was and shawnees in their operations against the whiles and m Alliance Wilh inc Brit same in part indeed the most powerful of those United under Pontiac sonic thirty years prior to 1783, Tho Date at which our mind is fixed. The causes of the grievances were Princi Pally those of on their do Mim by the in files which never have been properly atoned for but justified in a necessity for civilization lie commanded at St. Clair s defeat at recovery nov. 4, 17im, with signal ability and lost but few when compared to that of Gen. St. Clair. It is stated perhaps bul unofficially from a person who was liken Cape tvs by inc indians a few Days after that defeat and on the very ground that the indians reported fifty six As the Maxi mum killed. One of these indians had 27 american scalps Strung on a pole. The aggregate of Little Turtle s army is supposed to have been 1200. He commanded a body of indians in nov. 1792, who made a violent attack on a detachment of Kentucky volunteers under maj. Adair under inc Walls of it. Sinclair near Eaton. Ohio but the Savages were repulsed Srill he was also at the action at fort recovery in june 1704. The Campaign of Gen. Anthony u sync of 1704, proved Loo successful for us Turtle and Superior to the combined the indians called uen. A sync the Black Snake. Prior to the Bailie at fort Miami on the North Bank of inc Maii inc Uvo Miles below where Mai much City now stands in which Gen. Wayne Ivas to successful against the indians Turtle showed ins Fricon ship and there was a Council of War he indians by some it proposed logo up and at tack Lien. Wynt in pm Encampment but Little Turtle disapproved thereof and wild he Dis liked to Light the Lack Snake Gen. A under any circumstances. Another Council was held and another attack proposed but Turtle of jelled and being overruled by voices he j in loud and look ins Protil and determined to do his his remarks of objection to the attack showed that Liu was inclined to make peace with Gen. Wayne if possible. He said have beaten the enemy twice under sep Arate commanders. We cannot expect the wine Good Fortune always to attend us. The Ameri cans Are now Load by a chief who never sleeps. The night and Day Are alike to him and during nil the time he has been marching upon our Vil Lages the of our Young men we never been Able to Surprise trim. Think Well of it. There in Kon idling whispers me it would be prudent to listen to his oilers of one of the chiefs taunted him with cowardice which to mortified him Tomt he would have killed hts Ira Ducer if in had not been Assassin like. The event proved How bloody a Fate Turtle would have avoided. This full of the indians brought about the trealy of Greenville on the id of August, at which six Miles Square where fort a sync now is was ceded to the United Stales to which Vor the Miami tid eel River tribes of indians witness we. Tue Tut surf Miu mate u. S. Army i certify that thu above u a True translation. W. it is a matter of interest hero to Many to say that win. Wells was the sub Indian agent and interpreter it this place and married the sister of Little Turtle and we. Turner married the daughter of capt. Wells by Little Turtle s sister. The reason Given for Wells marrying that saw was that she saved his life when first taken prisoner in Ken Tuccy. Capt. W. For Ninny years fought Wilh the inducing against the Ameri cans and told himself of the Terri blk Tomahawk ing he did it St. Clair s defeat lie afterwards first disclosed to Little Turtle at the big Elm two Miles East of this City on inc North Bank of the Maumee his intention from that hour to join the Whites. To was Cpl afterwards of the spies and having settled at the old Orchard Over the River on the Banks of a Creek it took its name run and is known As such now. Lie capt. Wells is the one to whom the government granted a Preemption of u20 acres of land in the Forks of the St. Marys and St. To. Rivers which included his improvement which included the old Orchard now to be seen North of ibis cily and the whole claim now owned Scott s heirs win. Myers t. P. Anderson s. Jianna de. Smith Urnelt s heirs or. Huff Una Fred. Myers j. W. Dawson j. B. Van in ii. H. Reed and others. Lie was killed at the Chicago massacre under capt. Heald three Miles from it. Dearborn Illinois on the 10th of August 1s12, his Seal taken by pc so Tum and his heart taken out Cut to pieces and distributed and eaten by the indians. His mutilated remains were next Day gathered from their different Pla Ces by Billy co Luecil and buried in the Sand where they now sleep beneath a portion of the City of this massacre was the result of inc improvident conduct of capt. I lend who untimely evacuated the fort and set out on n of March for fort Wayne. The wife of Lieut. Helm was saved by Jalack a chief of the Votaw Almic band and taken into the Lake and held so As to secrete her she discovered that her Benefactor was a former acquaintance. The prisoners of War were prop Erly disposed of. Or. We. Turner was surgeon s mate to the u. S. Army and hurried daughter of capt. Wells and Niece of Lilac Turtle. Or. Turner died at his residence at the old Orchard spoken of above about 1821 or 1832, a Man generally beloved and lamented. Iio was buried in the old Orchard. Mrs. Turner also died Here but the Lime is not now known. Rebecca was the second daughter of capt. Wells and Ina Ricc f Jint. Ujj Nukk y of Hott. S. Armi who died at this in after having born to him two and Jack w. I Lackly who were res Creus in the treaty of Paradise Springs at tubas i town in the fall of 182ct of each a Section of land near the Mouth of Cedar Creek and on the cast Side of the St. To. River Ann Jin Ekley married Nathan Farrand at tint City who deceased Many years ago and the second marriage was Wilh i Etc la Ystone. Flu together Wilh Jack Hack icy moved to Kun As where the latter died in 185-1, and mrs. Bly Stone in May. 1b08. Mury the third in Jurble of i Apt. W Elln married judge James Wolcott of port Miami near Maunice City. Mrs. W. Diet some years ago. We. Wayne Wells was the Only son of Cimpl. W. By his Indian wife and was appointed a Cadet it West Point from by. And graduated with honors lie became n Lieuten ant in the u. S. Army and died in Early Man Hood. In is Well Here to remark that Cape. Wells in Dian wife died at ibis place Many years before ins massacre and he married to a while i inn in by. And had Uno Lher family. We now return to close the history of Little Noble a specimen of a natural by Llie Wiles of civilization As Ever might have better succeeded with her majesty of All the itus Siao and might by Means of a love Trig to have obtained that Independence for his country to which his skill and valor in the Field lad been found unequal. F the Turtle was fond of joking and was Pon Essid of considerable Talent for repartee. Car 17l the lodged in a House in Philadelphia n which was an Irish gentleman of considerable Vit. Who became much attached to the Indian my frequently amused himself in drawing out is wit by Good natured jests. The Turtle and ins gentleman were at that time both sitting for heir former by order of the pics Dent of the United states the picture to be Hung up in the War Ozice to the celebrated Stewart. Cleanest part among this crowd was our partner loons and a m. Bowser of it Way we our her. Friend j. P. Range and his Cay Holmes and our esteemed Alexander of the Lagrange Sentinel but whether any of these had any blame attached to them to know not. And now having gotten you dear Reader to getting up thursday morning of the fair we be arc you just before going to breakfast in a crowd but we linger to leave you with a Good joke. It so happened that Ohio was a guest at the West House also and this the Dar p in the War juice to Luc celebrated a thwart. Guest at the est House also and this the Dar he two meeting one morning in the Painter s key gov s kind of and room the Turtle appeared to be rather More a thoughtful than usual. The irishman rallied Lim upon it Ami affected to construe it to his superiority in the jocular contest he said inc Turtle to the interpreter i was just thinking of proposing to this Man to paint us Joth on one Board and Here i would stand face to face with him and confound him to All eternity. He came to this City in 1912, from his Resi Dence to procure medical Aid and was under the treatment of the u. S. Surgeon and in the family of his brother in Law capt. Wells at the old Orchard or rather was cared for by capt. A s family at his own tent a few rods Distant prefer ring it to the More civilised Mode of living his disease was the gout of which he died in the open air at the place old Orchard above described july 14lh 3812, having inc uni Versal respect of All who knew him. 1 he com Mandan of this fort at that time Cape. Ray the Friend of Little Turtle buried inc remains of the chief Wilh the honors of War. A writer says his body was borne to the grave Wilh Tho highest honors by his great White Man. The muffled drum the solemn March Llie funeral Salute announced that a great Soldier had fallen and even enemies paid their Mournful tribute to his the spot of his interment is near the Centre of that old Orchard and with him were buried his and inn ornaments and accoutrements of War a sword presented to him by Gen. Washington and a medal with Gen a s likeness some years ago and before the death of Coesse l Nephew and real chief he came to this City com his Home near Columbia City and pronoun ced a funeral discourse Over the remains of Little Turtle at which Mournful occasion a few of the old citizens were then present among whom Ivas John p. Hedges esq., to whom we Are obliged for Many of these incidents. Who can Tell the depth of love of that wild Man whose nature now so gentle As to win a Maiden s heart and now to mad As to make a Semi bring whirl wind Wake. He was now old his love for ins and was greater As memory aided him his pipes of tomahawks of War Bis hatred of deceitful Pale faces who had subdued fire water and severed Hie Iro pies of War Las glorious scars were All rom pm bored and then to must have turned with Bro Ken heart away when he remembered too that his nation now a remnant had been loss in the Western wilds and his great chief to whose grave he Hud corny a Pilgrim to Mark Tho spot that wrap his Clay was almost forgotten and the place could Neer be revisited by the race. Ii too Chat jul n p were All deference to him. The gov. In order to got a Hearty Steak and a Rich piece of Ped a Quarter into the hands of a running Waller and then the plate was carried Strait Way to Tho old Darkey Carver with the message from gov. Chase for a Rich piece. This others seeing imitated until it appeared that the the gov. Chases very numerous or the veritable gov. Of Ohio had a very capacious stomach the car ver at length was overpowered and laying Down his knife and Fork and raising his Ebony paws exclaimed de lord help my soul How Many gov. Chases be dare Here thus the governor s occupation event. Notes of the Ohio state fair. This perhaps the 9th annual fair of came off at Sandlusky City on 14th, 13th, 10th and itch inst. The place selected was a Beautiful Eminence commanding a full View of Sandusky Bay. The Assembly was Large and he exhibition generally some respects not equal to former years. There were six departments 1st, of horses cattle sheep Swine jacks a cars and Poul entries 1054 2nd department of farming implements agricultural machines engines 318 3d department stoves castings Cooper Ware Carpenter s tools artificial Teeth Saddler s Ware 3g9 4tli department Field products preserves butter bread lard flour cheese ac., 214 duh department Amateur list of Flowers apples grapes peaches pears plums melons berries potatoes cabbage 300 Goth department paintings and drawings musical instruments the number of horses exceeded any of her Ohio fair but fell Short in excellence. Among Many others we noticed lady fashion the Queen o american turf in her years old with a snug Colt it her Side. The largest mule of the perhaps was then exhibited by w. C. Hunter of West Liberty 0 hands High and weighed 1580 pounds. The show of machinery was not extensive but embraced some of much value and High Fin ish. The collection of agricultural implements Ivas various and worthy imitation. Of phial Hall and Hall of Fine arts were the features of sight . Tho Latler was octagonal in shape built of Pine 100 feet in diameter the inner Paft or Uto Tor which was awarded first Premium. The Fol owing is the recipe for making it in of three Gallons. Currants being Ripe pick from press out the juice add to Ono quart of Rico two quarts pounds White sugar put h into alone vessel and skim every Day for Wenty Days then bottle in wine bottles. The ladies hiding match took place on Fri Day before a very Large concourse of men and of Adies nearly As Large seated on an elevated Structure specially prepared. The ring was a Quarter of a mile in circumference. Fourteen Young ladies entered on horseback. Much excitement and interest prevailed. It was an imposing sight. The committee had difficulty in , so equal was the Riding but they finally did and miss Kirby of Richville Ohio took Tho first prize a indy s Saddle bridle and second Premium to miss l. A. Wightman of Cleveland Gold watch Worth third Premium to mrs. E. Woodstock Ohio Silver cup. The state bord had for the com fort of nil and no less for their each Hall was supplied with ice water. Small tents supplied with seats for the accommodation of editors and guests were in different parts of the ground. Bands of music made Lively the occasion at All times. The military cadets of company of deserving much attention As they were Well trained ant Well uniformed and equipped. One thing More. Near the Centre of the ground stands an old log House built prior to 1812, by some Pioneer and in which in that year a White Man was killed by the indians. This relic was much w. H. L. Whence Gen. Planner Smied an order on in Csali treaty we shall allude hereafter and which reef oct. 1790, before leaving for fort Washington urm Roken Unoji the Halloc of Tippecanoe of 7th nov. 1811, under gov. W. Ii. Harrison afterwards president of the United states. Turtle s influence among the was potential until he attempted the More to accomplish Cincinnati Ihen called on the Hist of the same month in which order he instructed Cape. Strong to Burn and destroy every wigwam in that Village Opal her with All the Corn Possi ble to collect thereabout and Cul. Lardin to Burn and destroy the Pickaway town nil its Rorn. Am that of he Vicinity. From Judie coir Man who settled on the farm now owned by mrs. Phelps in we learn in fat every Evi Dence of former cultivation of the ground there was seen there being no Timber growing evidences of ancient building of gardening such As a Sparnins and also there found Ninny old Haj ones Pun barrels knives pack sad dle frames this pie away town was Loca Ted Between this City and heaver s Mill at the crossing of the a Vuitton Plank Road Over the so Mary s River two Miles from Here indeed the whole space is said to have been a continuous Field of thriving Corn seventy years ago. To the writer saw Bottoms of Eoal pits Boot Rishty rods s. W. From the place occupied1 by the Union depot Al this place and Over which the a pm and scrub was growing to size of four and six inches making a perfect Woods which evidences Anil the absence of Timber clearly satisfied the observer thai Long before that the was cleared and it May be conjectured a cultivated of Etta the route travelled by Gen Harmer was the wa3 no Trace known to Many of our old Citi Zens j Al leaving place by Lillic s Brick Yard near thu lutheran Seminary thu co South cast across the townships of Adams and part of Marion crossing Tho five mile swamp not far from where judge Coleman not lives on nine mile Creek thence through the present townships of Madison a Monroe crossing seventeen mile Creek two Miles North of Monmouth in Adams county then across to Kkt seven Creek near where the present Piqua Road from fort Wayne crosses the line dividing Ohio and Indiana then Fol lowing the North Side of the St. Marys till reach ing the present Village of Shanu Villu named after Anthony a half Breed and there crossing South by a stockade fort called fort Adams to fort recovery Banner s Umio Encampment was on nine mile Creek spoken of above and two Miles s. E. Of there judge Coleman now lives. Inasmuch As the names of Little Turtle and John b. or it Shewn have been used and form As they do no unimportant part in the Early history of fort Wayne it is deemed of interest to extend Thipe editorial wanderings for a while till these distinguished Uicon Are for it Little brought Bew the newspaper world will be committed to others for another occasion so far As it relates to the history of that Star of modern the great War chief of the who was Here at a Council of Indiana with gov. Harrison in i ins courage and his throne no blood ran in human veins to inherit. We shall now close the pleasurable yet melancholy narrative of Little Turtle so conspicuous a character in the Early history of fort Wayne. In our next we shall take up the history push Way or pcs Kewa or Peshewa wild Lynx John b. sometimes called Hitchc Willri and by others Roo Sheville after which we shall resume inc thread of judge Hau los lecture. Ohio state Bah dust. On wednesday morning last we set out for Ohio slate fair on Llie Bay of Sandusky on Lake Krie. Our route was via. Forest on the cars of the p. It. W. C. U. U. Our w. H. Looms fruit it rower Anil nurseryman near this place. The i first it was of Toledo on Board the cars Here in Roule for Van Weil in that congressional District where he was to deliver n speech he being the it pit lican candidate for Congress. Knowing that the Gen. Was once a Democrat then a know nothing As a spy n tool for Chase and then u Republican we were not much impressed Wilh his patriotism was our opinion of his great ability much enlarged. His Antic Edens we confess Are such Aslo choke nil our disposition to do him Justice j in whatever May be his position now. Corley lie Ilsc Rilke the ii Linn to lift i is is tonic warm u Maryf i in the honoured his Maklin s likened lie lived As we ivc a no it Bis Turtle Village on Ket River sixteen Fame fort. Van yer n Little North of where the Road from Here to Columbia cily crosses that Stream. His habits were those of inc Whites and he Hal Black servants to attend his household wants and duties. He was True Lollie interests of his Nice and deplored their habits of drunkenness. In 1802, or 13011, he event before the legislature of a Cluckey and through ins interpreter nude an nope us in person for n Law preventing the Sale of ardent spirits to the indians. The like Mission he performed be fore inc legislature of Ohio hut without Suc sides of the covered from 8 to 10 s to Hocij but so absent but Turtle who alone was authorised to but the chiefs were there. Owl an other chief soon a fact this the miamis toward Turtle and Kic Hardville the real chiefs the ends of peace. A meeting of a commission j tries the practice of vaccination fur preventing consisting of four chiefs in 1803, with the gov j Small pox and did much to prevent human sacrifice. From a work published by Moses Ita son of Cincinnati we extract the following what distinguished him most says that writer was Bis Arf font desire to be informed of All Vir they the poor indians of lvllb11 Kim Lilai Ikot every his and j in my loll m children on him Lay starving and shivering in he was the Lisl to introduce among his Savage of the Iribe. Lie opposed the of Occum j that relates to our institutions arid he seemed to and the Prophet so terrible an enemy Lollie i possess a mind capable of and Whites. On the 25th of january 1812, he wrote to governor Harrison then it Vincennes the Fol lowing Letler which shows he Felt Friendly to the american interest fort 1812. Govro soft a Huison my have been requested by my nation to speak to Yon and i obey their request Wilh pleasure because i believe their situation requires All the Aid i rein of lord them. When your speech by or. Dubois was received by inc Mia ties they answered it and i made known to you their opinion Al that time. Your loiter to William Wells of Tho 23d no vember last hns been explained to the mini pics and Kel Hiver tribes of indians. Neither of these tribes have had any thing to do Wilh the Laic unfortunate affair which happened on the Wabash Ilal Lle of Slit they rejoice to hear you say hint if owlish indians which were engaged in that action would return to their seve ral Homes and remain quiet that they would be pardoned and again received by the president As his chill Iii we believe there is none of them Lylial will be so foolish As not to accept of this Friendly Olfer whilst at the time i As sure you that nothing stall be wanting on my part to Prtt Vail on them to accept it All the prop jul s followers have left him with the exception of two Camps of his own tribe has just joined him with eight men no danger can be apprehended from them at present. Our eyes will constantly kept on them and should they attempt to Gat her by Rengli again will do All in our Power to pre vent it and Al the time time giver you immediate information of Luicir intentions. We arc sorry thai the peace and Friendship which hns so Long the red and White people could not be preserved without the loss of so Many Good men As foil on both sides in the late action on the Nauish bul we arc satisfied that it will be the Means of making Tomt Pence which ought to exist Between us More respected both by the red and the White people. We have been lately told by div real Indi ans from that Quarter that yrs i shirt the Indi ans from this country to visit you this they will Jit publican vote fell below the aggregate Vole of the americans and last year the republicans were beaten by the democrats to the a Mun while the americans with no expectation of suit ass and acting is they will do this fall merely for a demonstration polled u7.00u votes the nominations made by the latter party of thursday evince a Dulo Minn lion to cast us Large a. Voter is posse blur this fall and it is their avowed exp tuition How Welt founded we do not undertake to say that they will materially exceed their aggregate of last year. Telegraphic. Social d to the. Jav. X try intent. Wasiqi Nuton thursday sept.-16, 1858 the Treasury balances Fri rotund Man Burc for the past week Are As follows balance on hand amount of drafts issued drafts paid decrease 000 the president has gone to Lancaster for jibe purpose doubtless of aiding the election of hop Kins the democratic candidate for Congress an old Friend an old whig and a fierce proc Tiou a couple of democrats in High position write from Indiana averting a most satisfactory state of or. Hurris of Illinois writes Here confide Cully predicting the Success of judge Douglas. Because the Secretary of the Interior while in private life purchased Swan up lands in the stale of Mississippi it does not follow that a should not now protect the Pul dec interests by defeating speculative Absorptions of the Best por Tion of the Public lands through a simulated occupancy by subordinates of the land Monopo lists. Will they bring the subject up for con Gressional inquiry and action by dyspepsia to a Mere skel he Jjo Suitak s Hou and or. A. Matchitt a trader probably As Well known As any Man in Western i Pennsy Lynnr slates As follows i met with a Farmer in Arm Strong Connie who fief Stysia. To a to Wlaton persuaded him to Huy abot la of Holland believing it would cure him meeting him sumo months after what was my astonishment at finding him n Hale Hearty Man to told my he now Wei had 200 and that this wonderful change had ten produced by Bow have Al Holland Uit Lars to which he attributed solely his restoration

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