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Texas Gold Claim Locations….Available to file on….


Site Name : Burdett Prospect
State : Texas
County : Brewster
Latitude : 29.98993
Longitude : -102.96712
Year Discovered :
Years in Production :
Operation Type : Unknown
Deposit Type :
Production Size : N
Development Status : Occurrence
Primary Commodities : Manganese, Silver, Gold
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities :

Site Name : Bailey Prospect
State : Texas
County : Burnet
Latitude : 30.891
Longitude : -98.39973
Year Discovered :
Years in Production :
Operation Type : Unknown
Deposit Type :
Production Size :
Development Status : Occurrence
Primary Commodities : Copper, Silver, Gold, Fluorine-Fluorite
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities :

Site Name : Frank Thomas Farm
State : Texas
County : Burnet
Latitude : 30.891
Longitude : -98.39973
Year Discovered :
Years in Production :
Operation Type : Unknown
Deposit Type :
Production Size :
Development Status : Occurrence
Primary Commodities : Zinc, Silver, Molybdenum, Gold, Iron, Lead
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities :

Site Name : Pavitte Prospect
State : Texas
County : Burnet
Latitude : 30.76691
Longitude : -98.29702
Year Discovered :
Years in Production :
Operation Type : Unknown
Deposit Type :
Production Size :
Development Status : Occurrence
Primary Commodities : Copper, Silver, Gold
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities :

Site Name : Spring Creek Prospect
State : Texas
County : Burnet
Latitude : 30.77799
Longitude : -98.29199
Year Discovered :
Years in Production :
Operation Type : Unknown
Deposit Type :
Production Size : N
Development Status : Occurrence
Primary Commodities : Zinc, Fluorine-Fluorite, Silver, Gold, Molybdenum
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities :

Site Name : Hazel Mine
State : Texas
County : Culberson
Latitude : 31.16961
Longitude : -104.90051
Year Discovered : 1856
Years in Production : 1880-1886, 1891-1947
Operation Type : Unknown
Deposit Type : Vein
Production Size : L
Development Status : Past Producer
Primary Commodities : Silver, Copper
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities : Gold, Lead

Site Name : Bonanza Mine
State : Texas
County : Hudspeth
Latitude : 31.18207
Longitude : -105.49053
Year Discovered :
Years in Production :
Operation Type : Surface-Underground
Deposit Type :
Production Size :
Development Status : Producer
Primary Commodities : Gold, Lead, Silver, Zinc
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities :

Site Name : Hunter Mine
State : Texas
County : Hudspeth
Latitude : 31.18934
Longitude : -105.45136
Year Discovered :
Years in Production :
Operation Type : Unknown
Deposit Type : Vein
Production Size : S
Development Status : Past Producer
Primary Commodities : Lead, Silver, Zinc, Copper, Uranium, Gold
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities :

Site Name : Maltby Prospect
State : Texas
County : Hudspeth
Latitude : 31.03712
Longitude : -104.92884
Year Discovered :
Years in Production :
Operation Type : Unknown
Deposit Type :
Production Size : N
Development Status : Occurrence
Primary Commodities : Copper, Silver, Gold
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities :

Site Name : Adolph Sneider Place
State : Texas
County : Llano
Latitude : 30.73191
Longitude : -98.88064
Year Discovered :
Years in Production :
Operation Type : Unknown
Deposit Type :
Production Size :
Development Status : Occurrence
Primary Commodities :
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities : Copper, Gold, Silver

Site Name : Heath Mine
State : Texas
County : Llano
Latitude : 30.79048
Longitude : -98.61089
Year Discovered :
Years in Production :
Operation Type : Unknown
Deposit Type :
Production Size : S
Development Status : Past Producer
Primary Commodities : Gold
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities : Vanadium, Bismuth, Vermiculite

Site Name : Kiam Pegmatite Prospect
State : Texas
County : Llano
Latitude : 30.63601
Longitude : -98.54503
Year Discovered :
Years in Production :
Operation Type : Unknown
Deposit Type :
Production Size :
Development Status : Occurrence
Primary Commodities :
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities : Molybdenum, Gold, Bismuth

Site Name : Mayes Pasture
State : Texas
County : Llano
Latitude : 30.8527
Longitude : -98.65223
Year Discovered :
Years in Production :
Operation Type : Unknown
Deposit Type :
Production Size :
Development Status : Occurrence
Primary Commodities :
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities : Copper, Gold

Site Name : Sheeton’s Place
State : Texas
County : Llano
Latitude : 30.68191
Longitude : -98.63643
Year Discovered :
Years in Production :
Operation Type : Unknown
Deposit Type :
Production Size :
Development Status : Occurrence
Primary Commodities : Gold
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities :

Site Name : Carr Mine
State : Texas
County : Presidio
Latitude : 29.81352
Longitude : -104.36379
Year Discovered :
Years in Production :
Operation Type : Underground
Deposit Type :
Production Size :
Development Status : Past Producer
Primary Commodities : Gold, Lead, Silver, Zinc
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities :

Site Name : Chinati Mine
State : Texas
County : Presidio
Latitude : 29.81352
Longitude : -104.36379
Year Discovered :
Years in Production :
Operation Type : Underground
Deposit Type :
Production Size :
Development Status : Past Producer
Primary Commodities : Lead, Silver, Zinc, Gold
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities :

Site Name : Cibolo Mine
State : Texas
County : Presidio
Latitude : 29.81352
Longitude : -104.36379
Year Discovered :
Years in Production :
Operation Type : Underground
Deposit Type :
Production Size :
Development Status : Past Producer
Primary Commodities : Zinc, Gold, Silver, Lead
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities :

Site Name : Gleim Mine
State : Texas
County : Presidio
Latitude : 29.81352
Longitude : -104.36379
Year Discovered :
Years in Production :
Operation Type : Underground
Deposit Type :
Production Size :
Development Status : Past Producer
Primary Commodities : Gold, Lead, Silver, Zinc
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities :

Site Name : Last Chance Mine
State : Texas
County : Presidio
Latitude : 29.81352
Longitude : -104.36379
Year Discovered :
Years in Production :
Operation Type : Underground
Deposit Type :
Production Size :
Development Status : Past Producer
Primary Commodities : Lead, Gold, Silver, Zinc
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities :

Site Name : Mac Daniel Or Leland Prospect
State : Texas
County : Presidio
Latitude : 29.81352
Longitude : -104.36379
Year Discovered :
Years in Production :
Operation Type : Underground
Deposit Type :
Production Size :
Development Status : Prospect
Primary Commodities : Lead, Gold, Silver, Zinc
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities :

Site Name : Montezuma Mine
State : Texas
County : Presidio
Latitude : 29.81352
Longitude : -104.36379
Year Discovered :
Years in Production :
Operation Type : Underground
Deposit Type :
Production Size :
Development Status : Past Producer
Primary Commodities : Lead, Gold, Silver, Zinc
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities :

Site Name : Perry Mine
State : Texas
County : Presidio
Latitude : 29.80828
Longitude : -104.3566
Year Discovered : 1932
Years in Production : 1932-1933, 1946-1947.
Operation Type : Unknown
Deposit Type :
Production Size : S
Development Status : Past Producer
Primary Commodities : Silver, Lead, Zinc, Gold
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities :

Site Name : Presidio Mine
State : Texas
County : Presidio
Latitude : 29.813
Longitude : -104.32938
Year Discovered : 1880
Years in Production : 1883-1930; 1934-1942.
Operation Type : Unknown
Deposit Type :
Production Size : M
Development Status : Past Producer
Primary Commodities : Silver, Lead, Gold, Zinc
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities : Manganese

Site Name : Ross Mine
State : Texas
County : Presidio
Latitude : 29.81352
Longitude : -104.36379
Year Discovered :
Years in Production :
Operation Type : Underground
Deposit Type :
Production Size :
Development Status : Past Producer
Primary Commodities : Gold, Lead, Silver, Zinc
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities :

Site Name : Ross Mine
State : Texas
County : Presidio
Latitude : 29.81352
Longitude : -104.36379
Year Discovered :
Years in Production :
Operation Type : Underground
Deposit Type :
Production Size :
Development Status : Past Producer
Primary Commodities : Gold, Lead, Silver, Zinc
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities :

Site Name : Stauber Mine
State : Texas
County : Presidio
Latitude : 29.81352
Longitude : -104.36379
Year Discovered :
Years in Production :
Operation Type : Underground
Deposit Type :
Production Size :
Development Status : Past Producer
Primary Commodities : Gold, Lead, Silver, Zinc
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities :

Site Name : Sullivan Mine
State : Texas
County : Presidio
Latitude : 29.80439
Longitude : -104.41938
Year Discovered :
Years in Production : LATE 1940’S AND EARLY 1950’S
Operation Type : Unknown
Deposit Type :
Production Size : S
Development Status : Past Producer
Primary Commodities : Gold, Silver, Lead
Secondary Commodities :
Other Commodities :

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BACKLASH! GUN-CONTROL LAWS NULLIFIED…….


Sheriffs take bold stand to protect citizens from federal overreach.

Efforts at the national and state level to pass new gun-control laws have stirred up an unintended backlash – local officials who are not only rejecting the new legislation, but actively “nullifying” gun-control laws already in place.

Police Chief Mark Kessler of Gilberton Burough, Pa., is among more than 200 law enforcement officers, state lawmakers, county officials and concerned citizens who gathered Friday at the annual convention of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association, or CSPOA, in St. Charles, Mo.

Among the hot topics at the conference: examples of local and county officials who have declared gun-control laws already on the books null and void in their communities.

On Jan. 3 of this year, Kessler drafted a “Second Amendment Protection Resolution” for his little town of roughly 800 residents, which, when passed by city officials a few weeks later, Kessler told the conference, “nullified every single gun-control law in the nation.”

“I have a very unique view,” Kessler said. “If you want to own a firearm, carry a gun under your jacket or over your jacket, the Second Amendment is your concealed carry permit, period. … It has nothing to do with self-defense; it has to do with [freedom from] tyranny.”

Kessler told the conference, “Nullification is the key. We just have to tell them, ‘That’s it.’ I drew my line in the sand back on Jan. 3. … One person can make a difference; you just need to do something about it.”

But apparently, Kessler is not alone.

Michael Peroutka of the Institute for the Constitution, an attorney and former Constitution Party candidate for president, also told the conference about Carroll County, Md., which on May 22 adopted a resolution declaring it a “Second Amendment sanctuary county.”

The resolution declares the Maryland Firearms Safety Act of 2013, or MFSA – which reportedly bans the sale of 45 types of rifles and magazines and requires law-abiding citizens to submit to licensing fees, background checks, fingerprinting and renewal fees – clearly violates the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution along with Article 2 of the Maryland Declaration of Rights.

The resolution further declares that the unconstitutional provisions of the act will not be enforced in Carroll County.

The resolution quotes Alexander Hamilton in Federalist Paper No. 78: “No legislative act, therefore, contrary to the Constitution, can be valid. To deny this, would be to affirm, that the deputy is greater than his principal; that the servant is above his master; that the representatives of the people are superior to the people themselves; that men acting by virtue of powers, may do not only what their powers do not authorize, but what they forbid.”

The Board of County Commissioners then resolved, “Carroll County Government will not authorize or appropriate government funds, resources, employees, agencies, contractors, buildings, detention centers or offices for the purpose of enforcing any element of the MFSA that infringes on the right of the people to keep and bear arms.”

After making a few exceptions for provisions affecting felons, the mentally ill and so forth, the resolution also states, “The Board herein declares null and void within Carroll County, elements of any and all international treaties, including the United Nationals Arms Trade Treaty (UNATT) that infringe on the rights of citizens to keep and bear arms.”

Peroutka argued that far from undermining the rule of law, the local police and county officials taking these stands are actually supporting constitutional law and fulfilling their oaths to defend the founding document.

“When a peace officer refuses to enforce an unconstitutional act,” Peroutka said, “the peace officer is not breaking the law, but upholding the law.”

Peroutka quoted the 1886 Supreme Court decision Norton v. Shelby County: “An unconstitutional act is not law; it confers no rights; it imposes no duties, affords no protection; it creates no office; it is in legal contemplation, as inoperative as though it had never been passed.”

He further quoted the 1803 case of Marbury v. Madison: “All laws which are repugnant to the Constitution are null and void.”

“These [gun-control measures] are not laws,” Peroutka concluded. “They are unconstitutional acts. You have the authority and duty to nullify this.”

“It’s a start. They’re to be saluted,” Larry Pratt, president of Gun Owners of America, told the CSPOA conference. “The county of Carroll – among many others in the nation now, happily – is pointing out you have very limited authority, federales, and if you’re going to do a bust here, you’re going to need local authorities, and it isn’t going to be available in Carroll County, Md., and I’ll bet from what I hear here today, its not going to be available in a lot of other counties either.”

As WND reported, the purpose of the conference is to equip sheriffs, peace officers and public officials with information and public support to carry out their oaths of office – specifically, to uphold the U.S. Constitution – recognizing that in the case of federal overreach, the county sheriff may be the last line of defense in protecting Americans’ constitutional rights.

“We are going to train and vet them all, state by state, to understand and enforce the constitutionally protected rights of the people they serve, with an emphasis on state sovereignty and local autonomy,” explained CSPOA Founder and Executive Director Sheriff Richard Mack. “Then these local governments will issue our new Declaration to the Federal Government regarding the abuses that we will no longer tolerate or accept. Said declaration will be enforced by our Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers.

“In short,” Mack said, “the CSPOA will be the army to set our nation free.”

Mack is more than familiar with fighting federal overreach. The former sheriff of Graham County, Ariz., in 1994 Mack joined six other sheriffs in challenging a provision of the federal Brady Bill placing the burden of its background checks on local sheriffs. The Supreme Court ruled 5-4 to strike down the provision.

Police Chief Larry Kirk of Old Monroe, Mo., told WND, “In the past few years we have seen many of the citizens of this country become concerned over the direction it has taken. We have watched personal rights being eroded and a disconnect developing between citizens and officers working in law enforcement.

“I wanted to find other officers that shared my concerns,” he continued. “I wanted to be able to work with our sheriffs and other peace officers in educating the citizens and others in our career field on the powers of the sheriff’s office and what is needed for us to stand on guard to protect our rights and those of our fellow citizens. The CSPOA is the organization at the front of this movement.

“The people of my state are seeing the overreach of government at the federal level and want to know where their sheriffs will stand,” he concluded. “The people of this state need to hear this message, and the sheriffs of this state need to hear it. Sheriffs and officers need the support of their communities, and we need to support them. This is the organization that can help educate us all on the proper roles that we should play and what we can do to stop the encroachment on our liberties and unalienable rights.”

“We already have hundreds of police, sheriffs and other officials who have expressed a desire to be a part of this holy cause of liberty,” Mack explained.

In fact, CSPOA maintains a growing list of – at last count – 18 state sheriffs associations and more than 450 sheriffs across the country already taking a stand against what they perceive as attempts by the Obama administration to enact unconstitutional gun-control measures.

As WND reported, Maricopa County Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio is among those after telling a local radio host the federal government is “going to have a problem” if they expect him to confiscate guns from private citizens.

“I took [multiple] oaths of office, and they all say I will defend the Constitution of the United States,” Arpaio told Mike Broomhead of KFYI Radio in Phoenix, Ariz. “Now if they’re going to tell the sheriff that he’s going to go around picking up guns from everybody, they’re going to have a problem. I may not enforce that federal law.”

Broomhead pushed the man sometimes called “America’s toughest sheriff” even further, asking Arpaio if the feds passed a law banning ammunition magazines that hold more than 10 rounds, would his deputies confiscate such magazines?

“No,” Arpaio said. “My deputies, I said before, I’m going to arm all my deputies – a month ago I said before this – with automatic weapons and semi-automatic weapons. We’re going to be able to fight back. … I don’t care what they say from Washington.”

Larry Pratt told WND he supports sheriffs taking a tough stand.

“The county sheriffs need to act and make new deputies to stop federal authority in the counties,” Pratt said. “There is a misconception in our time that the court somehow is the arbiter of what is constitutional; that’s not true! Every official that raises their right hand and says they’re going to adhere to the constitution, seek to protect it to the best of their ability, ‘so help me God’ – that’s something that they’re all obligated to do.”

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THE YOUNG GUNS OF TREASURE HUNTING…TONIGHT AT 8:30 PM EASTERN TIME…


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Ghost Towns…Indiana…Morgan, Batholomew,Johnson counties


MORGAN COUNTY

GHOST TOWNS

1…Waverly…on county line, 5 miles Southeast of Morresville, founded 1837 on old Central Canal
2…Lippitt…3 miles East of Eminence
3…Herbemont…2 1/2 miles East of Plano
4…Brey…2 1/2 miles Northeast of Wilbur
5…Oliveton…2 miles Southeast of Wilbur
6…Hynds…on railroad, 4 miles Southwest of Martinsville
7…Taggart… on railroad, 3 miles Southeast of Martinsville
8…Williams Crossing…on railroad, Southeast corner of county, 2 miles Southeast of Morgantown.

LEGENDS

1…1933…John Dillinger stole $175,000 in Bonds, $76,000 in cash and $300,000 in Jewelry from the safety deposit boxes
of the Unity Trust and Savings Bank of Chicago and buried it in a field of his fathers 10 acre farm just
outside of Mooresville. Several other caches were also buried on the farm…of the over $1 million of stolen
loot of Dillinger’s only $25,000 has ever been recovered.
2…Minerals…Gold and Diamonds have been found in Gold Creek and Indian Creek,Goss Creek, Highland Creek and the Bradford
Woods Boy Scout Camp.

BATHOLOMEW COUNTY

GHOST TOWNS

1…Corabrook…on railroad, 3 miles South of Taylorsville
2…Wiggs…on railroad 2 1/2 miles Northwest of Elizabethtown

LEGENDS

1…A gamblers cache is reported to be buried near an old farm building South of Indianapolis near Camp Atterbury.
It was stached during WWII and never found. It contains over $900 silver dollars.

JOHNSON COUNTY

GHOST TOWNS

1…Bluff Creek…9 miles Southeast of Mooresville
2…Kinder…2 1/2 miles Southeast of the ghost town of Bluff Creek
2…Needham…6 miles East of Whiteland

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Ghost Towns…South Carolina…Anderson, Abbeville, Greenville Counties


ANDERSON COUNTY

1…White…Northeast corner of county, 7 miles North of Piedmont
2…Blaine..7 1/2 miles Northwest of Piedmont
3…Equaility…7 miles Northeast of Pendleton
4…Majors…4 miles Northeast of Pendleton
NOTE:…Pendleton is 20 miles Southwest of Greenville and was founded in 1790.
Lots of ruins can be found in the area.
5…Newell…5 miles West of Piedmont
6…Cheddar…on the railroad, 2 1/2 miles North of Belton
7…Toney Creek…East county line, 6 miles East Northeast of Belton
8…Essie…5 miles West of Starr
9…Goodhope…4 miles Southwest of Starr
10..Varennes…4 miles Southeast of Gluck
11..Neva…7 miles Southeast of Gluck
12..Crayton…6 miles West of Honea Path
13..Annie…6 miles North Northeast of Antreville
14..Moscow…5 miles North Northwest of Antreville
15..Moffettsville…6 miles Southwest of Iva

ABBEVILLE COUNTY
GHOST TOWNS

1…Mattison…2 1/2 miles Northwest of Ware Shoals
2…Zarline…3 1/2 miles Northwest of Due West
3…Ray…county line, 4 miles North of Antreville
4…Cave…4 miles Southwest of Due West
5…Keaton…2 miles Southeast of Antreville
6…Iris…3 1/2 miles East of Antreville
7…Browniee…4 miles South of Antreville
8…Barnes…county line, 2 1/2 miles Northwest of Lowndesville
9…Darraough…5 miles Northeast of Abbeville
10..Cana…7 miles East of Abbeville
11..Long Cane…3 1/2 miles 3 1/2 miles East of Abbeville
12..Latimer…3 1/2 miles North of Calhoun Falls
13..Watts…on the railroad, 7 1/2 miles West Southwest of Abbeville
14..Lebanon…7 miles Southwest of Abbeville
15..Hester…2 1/2 miles Southeast of Calhoun Falls

GREENVILLE COUNTY
GHOST TOWNS

1…Clara…State line, Northeast corner of county, 7 1/2 miles West Southwest
of Caesars Head
2…Venus…2 miles South of Caesars Head
3…Riverview…1 mile Northwest of Cleveland
4…Terry…3 miles East of Cleveland
5…Merrittsville…7 1/2 miles North of Tigerville
6…Ben…5 miles Northeast of Tigerville
7…Bettie…3 1/2 miles North of Tigerville
8…Tyger…3 miles East of Tigerville
9…Mitchell…6 miles South of Gowensville
10..Jesse…1 1/2 miles Northeast of Marietta
11..Marydale…4 miles East of Marietta
12..Mayfield…the west county line, 5 miles West of Travers Rest
13..Sandy Flat…5 miles North Northwest of Taylor
14..Crotwell…4 miles Northwest of Taylor
15..Grove…3 miles North Northeast of Piedmont
16..Woodville…5 miles straight East of Williamston
17..Flora…on the East county line, 3 miles Southeast of Pelham
18..Clear Springs…3 miles straight East of Mauldin
19..Huntersville…7 miles straight East of Mauldin
20..Albans…6 miles Southeast of Simpsonville
21..Lickville…4 miles Southwest of Fork Shoals
22..Cedrus…2 1/2 miles South of Fork Shoals

LEGENDS:
1…Blood Bill Bates (Tory bandit) used the mountain near Travelers Rest and
Greenville to hide his stolen loot. He was capture and shot in Greenville,
he never gave the locations of the caches and it has never been found.

2…The Great Cane Brake on the Reedy River, 6 miles Southwest of Fountain
Inn was a campsite of 4000 Patriots in 1775. Tories attacked and destroyed
the camp before retreating. The exact location has yet to be found but the
area is rich in artifacts and relics.

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Ghost Towns….ARKANSAS….Carroll, Boone and Marion Counties…


BOONE COUNTY

1…Crest…on the railroad, at North county line, 5 miles North Northwest of
Omaha
NOTE:…Spanish gold coins have been found along with armour around Omaha
2…Shaver…West county line, 2 1/2 miles West of Burlington
3…Prosperity…3 miles West of Ridgeway
4…Kingsley…West county line, 5 miles West of Gaither
5…Hilltop…3 miles Northeast of Bergman
6…Lowry…7 miles West of Diamond City
7…Self…7 1/2 miles North of Bergman
8…Myrtle…on the railroad, 5 miles North of Bergman
9…Kenner…3 miles Northeast of Bergman

MARION COUNTY

1…Fears…far Northeast corner of county, just Northeast of Oakland
2…Doddsville…Northwest county, 4 miles North of Snow
3…Georges Creek…just Northwest of Yellville
4…Comal…on the railroad, 5 miles West of Summit
5…Kingdon Springs…3 miles North of Flippin
6…Noes…banks of the White River, Northeast of county
7…Dugger…Southwest corner of county, 3 miles North of Verona
8…Freck…2 1/2 miles North of Tomahawk, close to South county line
9…Sylva…at South county line, 3 miles Northeast of Maumee
10..Rush…5 miles East of Caney.
11..Keystone…5 miles North of Cosahome

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