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Correspondence: 1904
 

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000004118

04.01.1904

12741 ACTING RESIDENTIAL MAGISTRATE 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Letter of administration have been handed this day to Mr. Gerald Saunders-Barberton.
000004119

08.01.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12750 SAUNDERS, GERALD S.

1

You must have seen that there is a claim for compensation. The Buildings of the estate are probably vacant so please let them out.
000004121

09.01.1904

12739 SUPREME COURT 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Mr. Gerald Sydney Saunders has been appointed executor in this estate, with whom you can communicate.
000004122

13.01.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13455 TRICKAMDAS

1

You can now offer for the stand and also file your claim. Kindly call at my office when we will go in to the position.
000004123

13.01.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12750 SAUNDERS, GERALD S.

1

I am corresponding with a party regarding sale of the stand and buildings. As soon as I have a definite offer, I shall place it before you.
000004124

13.01.1904

12750 SAUNDERS, GERALD S. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

I propose to wind up the Estate by notifying creditors and debtors. The place is hopelessly dilapidated. However I will go do my best.
000004125

17.01.1904

12136 DUNGARSHI MORARJI 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

2

You must have read the notice. you have got Dhavamsey Pragjee's Promissory Notes (P/ns) and the list of his debtors. Will you or shall I write regarding his dues to me ?
000004127

28.01.1904

12752 NATIVE VIGILANCE COMMITTEE 00039 NATAL MERCURY

1

The Whites charge the Delimitation committee with reserving the best land for Zulus. But this is a land of their fore fathers, it is their birth right. They have been very badly treated in the past.
000004126

28.01.1904

00000 "BLANK" 00000 "BLANK"

1

Licence is hereby granted to Budree residing at Johannesburg to carry on his business of General Dealer at 73, coolie Location for 3 months, to be renewed with in 14 days on pain of prosecution Transvaal British Renewal Licence.
000004128

02.02.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12750 SAUNDERS, GERALD S.

1

Have the stand and Building been disposed off ? If not, I think there is a chance of my getting a very good offer.
000004133

04.02.1904

12750 SAUNDERS, GERALD S. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

The Stands are Government property and not to be sold. The Purchaser of the Building must be an Indian. The estate is in a hopeless condition.
000004129

04.02.1904

13491 GREEN & TUNMER 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

The Transfer was to go through Mr. Hillier J.J. to whom me have to refer you. However all the P/ns (Promissory Notes) are returned herewith.
000004131

06.02.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13477 NAZAR, M. H.

1

Green and Turner informs me that Mr. Hiller J.J. is to prepare the Title - Deeds. Budree is there and you might see him in the matter. Green and Turner informs me that Mr. Hillier J.J. is to prepare the Title-Deeds Budree is there and you might see him in the matter.
000004132

06.02.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12753 HILLIER, J.J.

1

G. and T. informs me that you are preparing certain transfers for British Indians when will the Title-Deeds be ready ?
000004130

06.02.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13491 GREEN & TUNMER

1

Your letter returning certain promissory Notes for which I thank you.
000004134

08.02.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12750 SAUNDERS, GERALD S.

1

I am writing to the intending buyer. He too, has a claim against the estate for about pound 40 as he said to me.
000004135

08.02.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13455 TRICKAMDAS

1

If you will put me in funds, I will make the Offer. you should also send me affidavit of proofs of your debt; and pound 40+pound 2-2-0 my fees.
000004136

11.02.1904

12750 SAUNDERS, GERALD S. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Please Let me know as soon as possible what you have managed regarding sale.
000004143

14.02.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13453 HILLIER & CO.

1

It you send me all the declaration I will have them sworn to torisard them to you. Jeram Singh and Kojee to be equal undivided shares.
000004138

15.02.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12750 SAUNDERS, GERALD S.

1

The intending buyer has gone to Durban and it may take some time before I hear from him I am communicating with him.
000004137

15.02.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12753 HILLIER, J.J.

1

Please reply to my letter of the 6th (SN 4132) My Clients are anxious to receive their titles as soon as possible.
000004139

18.02.1904

12750 SAUNDERS, GERALD S. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

I must know his offer within a fortnight. The Master of the Supreme Court is anxious to wind up this business . please wire to your client.
000004142

19.02.1904

13453 HILLIER & CO. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

The Declarations are ready for execution if you will give me the address of each with occupation regarding the Deeds to be sent to you ?
000004140

20.02.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12750 SAUNDERS, GERALD S.

1

I am adopting your suggestions. I think a fortnight will be quite enough.
000004141

20.02.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 07346 TRICUMDAS DWARKADAS

1

Unless I hear from you by return, I am afraid it will be impossible for you to get the property in Barberton.
000004146

27.02.1904

13453 HILLIER & CO. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

We enclose the Declarations of Purchaser herein, which kindly have signed and returned to us.
000004145

29.02.1904

07346 TRICUMDAS DWARKADAS 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Dungarshi is my witness regarding debt by late Dharamsey Pragji. Dungarashi will give the proofs. It needed please draft an affidavit. Dharamsey Pragji owes me 3 pound7-13-6 regarding the rent. I will give pound 40/- by instalments Pound 10 per month. I was out hence the delay.
000004144

29.02.1904

07346 TRICUMDAS DWARKADAS 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Letters received see my particular letter.
000004147

29.02.1904

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4

Carey's judgement. Debt to Pillay is not recoverable as Carey has made over the Bar etc to one O'flaherty. What steps should Pillay take ?
000004148

29.02.1904

00000 "BLANK" 00000 "BLANK"

2

First have the Provisional Judgement set aside and get a fresh trial. By the release of the principal debtor the surety is discharged. Fee 2 Guineas.
000004150

02.03.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 14624 G.R.S.R.M.'S OFFICE

1

I have a claim for 3 pound7-13-6. He would waive the claim, and pay Pound 40/- for the right to the tenancy of the stand and Building. What is your view ?
000004149

02.03.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13453 HILLIER & CO.

1

I return herewith the three declarations duly sworn to. Being revenue declaration they are not stamped. I expect you will put on the stamps.
000004151

04.03.1904

07346 TRICUMDAS DWARKADAS 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Glad to accept your offer. We have informed our JHB firm to pay you Pound 10. In whose name should we draw the Promissory Notes ?
000004152

07.03.1904

12750 SAUNDERS, GERALD S. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Being not field within one months period of Notice, I cannot accept the claim. Regarding his offer of Pound 40/- I have written to the supreme court for instructions.
000004153

10.03.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12750 SAUNDERS, GERALD S.

1

Though I do not think your notice bars. Tricumdas's claim (of 3 pound7-13-6), it is not intended to prove it. You may consider it (offer of Pound 40/-) as a bid in the public auction.
000004154

15.03.1904

12750 SAUNDERS, GERALD S. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Master Supreme court instructs to get the Estate sold by public auction. Tricumdas's claim could be settled by the Master.
000004155

25.03.1904

13453 HILLIER & CO. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Herewith accounts against your clients for fees disbursements. Kindly send us cheque, after which the Deeds will be sent for registration.
000004156

28.03.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13453 HILLIER & CO.

1

Enclosed cheque for Pound 19-6-0 in settlement of your 4 advice notes which I enclose Herewith to be discharged.
000004159

30.03.1904

13463 SHEIKH AMEER 14224 BUDREE

1

Have you posted cheque urgently required.
000004158

30.03.1904

00000 "BLANK" 00000 "BLANK"

8

4 Bills and 4 Receipts for Pound 19-6-0 (in total).
000004157

30.03.1904

13453 HILLIER & CO. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

I thank for your cheque for Pound 19-6-0 for which we enclose receipt.
000004183

01.04.1904

00000 "BLANK" 00000 "BLANK"

1

1/2 of his property to go to his wife, the other half to be shared equally between his 2 sons, if not to his daughter.
000004161

01.04.1904

14225 TRICUMDAS BROS 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

2

Why the public auction in spite of our agreement to sell it to me ? Are Indians not to be given Hawkers Licences now ? What about old licences ? When shall we get our goods removed in quarantine ?
000004182

01.04.1904

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9

Apparently a manuscript of an article in '"Indian Opinion", Gandhiji Organised plague committee in Rajkot also Details of his splendid work in Johannesburg.
000004167

01.04.1904

13465   00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

I am told the sale has fetched Pound 65/- Budhan owes Dharamsey Pound 15/- Its promissory Note is with you. How much will he pay. Abdul Latif has misappropriated some amount of rent of the property. Please inquire
000004160

02.04.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13453 HILLIER & CO.

1

Your telegram. Indians of the location have all been removed to klip spruit, so I found it difficult to get his register number. It is 9240.
000004162

05.04.1904

13463 SHEIKH AMEER 13464 BUDREE, Ahir

1

Unless I receive money by the 9th instant, I shall have to blame for it to some one else. As I previously warned you I am not to blame for it.
000004163

07.04.1904

14227 MADANJIT V. & BUDREE 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Please send Ameer Pound 400 (Pound 200 of Budree and Pound 200 of Bhawani) He seems to have played a game with them so please see that the cheque is exactly secured.
000004164

08.04.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13463 SHEIKH AMEER

1

Mr. Budree being in quarantine, I enclose herewith cheque for Pound 400 in your favour on behalf of Budree, in receipt of the property.
000004165

09.04.1904

13463 SHEIKH AMEER 14224 BUDREE

1

Copies of 4 letters by Sheikh Ameer to Budree. He acknowledges receipt for Pound 1000 (Total) and demand Pound 200 more: Acknowledges receipt of SN4164.
000004166

09.04.1904

13463 SHEIKH AMEER 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Thanks for cheque Pound 400. I am writing to Budree to-day.
000004168

11.04.1904

13465   00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Budhan is a farmer near Barberton. Address Box 145. He can be considered to be a resident of Barberton.
000004169

11.04.1904

14225 TRICUMDAS BROS 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

I meant our war-loss claim of pound 240/- not my claim on Dharmashy Pragji's Estate. Please do as you like in my interest. Please inquire about my claim for pound 240/-. I spent pound 15/- in travelling to Bar for giving evidences.
000004170

11.04.1904

13453 HILLIER & CO. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

4

The Deeds have been duly registered regarding JeramiSingh and two others, which we will send on receipt of cheque for amended accounts. What is Badree's number?
000004171

14.04.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13453 HILLIER & CO.

1

Budree's official number is 27572, enclosing cheque Pound 1-12-4, as per your memorials, for discharge. Please send the Deeds soon.
000004172

16.04.1904

00275 NATAL INDIAN CONGRESS 00275 NATAL INDIAN CONGRESS

1

The Shop Bill, requiring shops to be closed at 5-30 P.M., has created consternation among Indian Traders as labourers, who are the chief customer are let off after 5 P.M. and this Bill would deal a blow to coolie business. Please draft petitions.
000004187

18.04.1904

00000 "BLANK" 00000 "BLANK"

1

A similar document conferring full power to Budree which in consequence of 4186 (SN), counters the same to Gandhiji.
000004173

19.04.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13453 HILLIER & CO.

1

Thanks for the Title Deeds of Jeram Singh and Sudhaw.
000004176

19.04.1904

13453 HILLIER & CO. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

2

We have received the Transfer Deed duly registered. Which we will send on settlement of amended accounts of Pound 13-7-0 due to us.
000004174

20.04.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12750 SAUNDERS, GERALD S.

1

What price has the building fetched ? There is a Promissory Note due by Budhan for Pound 15/- Have any debts against the estate been proved ?
000004177

22.04.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13453 HILLIER & CO.

1

Cheque for Pound 13-7-0. Please send the Deed which might have been sent without waiting for the receipt of the cheque.
000004175

22.04.1904

00275 NATAL INDIAN CONGRESS 02299 REUTERS, Manager

1

I return your statement ( of accounts due by Gandhiji ). The letter of 11-6-1902 gave definite instructions that the paper was to be sent for a limited period only. Mr. Gandhi left India in December 1902.
000004178

25.04.1904

13453 HILLIER & CO. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Thanks for cheque Pound 13-7-0. We now have pleasure in enclosing Deed no. 772/04 in favour of Budree.
000004179

26.04.1904

12750 SAUNDERS, GERALD S. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

The Buildings fetch Pound 65/- out of which I spent 17-8-6, (1) 10-2-6 to Dungarashi Morarji (2) and 3 pound-2-0 to Barberton Municipality (3) and the rest legal expense.
000004181

28.04.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12750 SAUNDERS, GERALD S.

1

Much obliged for your of the 26th... I am endeavouring to trace the promissory note from Budhan.
000004180

29.04.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13453 HILLIER & CO.

1

Thanks for the Title Deed of Budree.
000004184

01.05.1904

12136 DUNGARSHI MORARJI 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

I am positive that I gave that promissory Note with a list in Dharamsey's own hand in English of his credit amounts. Budhan admits the claim. I can bring witnesses.
000004185

10.05.1904

00000 "BLANK" 00000 "BLANK"

4

They can sue the committee for damages or 'short' delivery if these can be proved. The committee is not required to shift the Indians removed back to their old quarters at the committee's expense.
000028110

15.05.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08628 KHANDERIA, MOHANLAL M.

1

A license can be had but nobody should apply for it unless necessary In future do not give credit to others.
000004186

28.05.1904

00000 "BLANK" 00000 "BLANK"

1

I, the undersigned, Budree of Johannesburg do hereby appoint M.K. Gandhi, to be Attorney with full power and authority over all my Property.
000004189

29.06.1904

00000 "BLANK" 00000 "BLANK"

1

The meeting unanimously resolved to support the Two candidates of the Progressive Party for Cape Town City Election. They stood for "equal rights to civilised "
000004190

02.07.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13463 SHEIKH AMEER

1

I enclose herewith a draft in your favour for Pound 200/- at the request of Budree. Please acknowledge receipt.
000028111

05.07.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08628 KHANDERIA, MOHANLAL M.

1

Remit my dues when you can but do not delay unnecessary.
000004191

05.07.1904

13463 SHEIKH AMEER 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

I beg to acknowledge receipt of your favour enclosing draft for Pound 200/- on account. Mr. Budree Ahir thanks.
000004193

06.07.1904

13468 NAZAR 13469 PERGAS BOX 3040

1

Go - Mr. Gandhi-for Badris money with this telegram.
000004192

06.07.1904

13468 NAZAR 12873 BRITISH INDIAN ASSOCIATION (Cachalia)

1

Budree says pay Pergas Pound 44 on producing telegram.
000004194

06.07.1904

14237 SAUNDERS, G.S. EXECUTOR 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

2

Budree paid me Pound 15/- for which a receipt may be sent to him. Accounts shows a credit balance of Pound 58-6-6. Please write to Master, Supreme Court.
000004196

08.07.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12739 SUPREME COURT

1

I am informed by the Executor, that he has handed you Pound 58-6-6. What documents should be signed to enable the widow to get the amount ?
000004195

08.07.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12750 SAUNDERS, GERALD S.

1

Yours ought to be considered the strongest receipt. However if it will satis by Budhan, I will be pleased to state that he had paid Pound 15/-.
000004197

11.07.1904

00000 "BLANK" 00000 "BLANK"

3

Possession by an Indian of gold smelted is illegal and so Indians should request Government to amend it so as to exempt Indian Gold smiths like Europeans.
000004198

21.07.1904

00000 "BLANK" 00000 "BLANK"

2

His default (in not attending the court) not being for "just and reasonable cause" does not provide for reopening the case, though he is right on merits. The only remedy is to appeal from judgement.
000004200

23.07.1904

13472 MADANJIT V. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

2

Budree wants you to look into the claims be paid by him and some others. If you require Powers of Attorney of these, Budree will send them. You have got his and Jeram Singh's (p/a) Powers of Attorney.
000004199

25.07.1904

13471 GREGOROWSKI, R. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

2

Though his settlement, with the company direct, justifies his absence, probably he knew he would be sued for costs. It seems he knew that the case was coming on. We should appeal to have the evidence amplified.
000004201

05.08.1904

00000 "BLANK" 00000 "BLANK"

1

Sir Bhawnagree Mancherji, interviewed, said they were treated very much worse than before as if they were 'semi-savages', with adverse effect on Natal Indians.
000023879

05.09.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08271 NAOROJI, Dadabhai

3

Brings to his notice the impending crisis re hceneses and ownership of the land. Opines that an existing licence should be refused only on sanitary grounds or if the accounts are not kept in English, and that any refusal should be subject to the jurisdiction of the superme court. Suggests that orange River Colony question also should be taken up.
000004202

10.09.1904

13471 GREGOROWSKI, R. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

2

Since destruction of articles is permissible only when their disinfection is impossible, I cannot conceive why metal things should be destroyed. The Secretary could be personally sued. The committee must pay for articles used.
000023880

19.09.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08271 NAOROJI, Dadabhai

2

Again brings to his notice that the bazar sites are unsuitable, even Europeans think so. Suggests that compulsory segregation should be avoided. Brings to notice fresh restrictions regarding entry into other parts.
000004203

21.09.1904

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2

As Ibrahim Vali is insolvent, his surety the defendant could not insist upon excussion (?) so an appeal will not lie.
00004205A

22.09.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13477 NAZAR, M. H.

1

When he comes, I shall try to promote a deputation. I find no time to write any thing but I will try.
000004204

24.09.1904

13473 NAGPUREE V. 14242 NATAL INDIAN CONGRESS COMMITT

1

I enclose subscription for a family. One child died. The parents with three children are in quarantine and very poor. Please collect subscription to help them.
000004205

24.09.1904

00000 "BLANK" 00000 "BLANK"

2

If Freeman could be proved to have 'malicious' intent, the proceedings afford good grounds for damages for Arjun's arrest. For the arrest of Others the arresting officer can be easily charged for false imprisonment etc.
000023881

26.09.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08271 NAOROJI, Dadabhai

2

Informs that Government has refused to legislate on lines suggested by British Indian Association. That means that Government adopts the dangerous principle of legislating for Indians as such racial discremination.
000025869

03.10.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08404 GOKHALE, Gopal Krishna

3

The position is getting worse. Indians say pass any legislation but let it be applicable to all. The Government however wish to bring in racial legislation. Even London Times fears, this will create ill feding. The Indian National Congress should up the matter.
000023919

06.10.1904

08271 NAOROJI, Dadabhai 08279 BHOWNAGREE, Mancherji M. (Sir)

2

Inquires if a copy of Gandhiji's letter dated 5-9-04 was received by him.
000004206

08.10.1904

00000 "BLANK" 00000 "BLANK"

1

Details of anarchy and "cannibalism" in Haiti. While Asia has produced world commanding religions philosophies etc. The Negro has been ever the same and Haiti's history shoes that left alone, he quickly ships back to barbarism.
000004207

11.10.1904

12136 DUNGARSHI MORARJI 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

The heir has not received the amount realised though 6 months have passed since the building were sold. Please inquire:
000004208

19.10.1904

00000 "BLANK" 00000 "BLANK"

1

Description of a newly opened artistic vegetarian restaurant for catering to those who prefer the "chaster delights" of vegetable kingdom.
000004209

22.10.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12996 NATAL BANK

1

Received your fixed deposit receipt for Budree, for 3 pound985 also memo of interest (of past period) credited to the account of M.K. Gandhi
000023882

31.10.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08271 NAOROJI, Dadabhai

4

Gandhiji's report re criminal neglect of the Indian Locality; where plague had broken out was verbutum correct however much the authorities may say to the country. Gives details about its occurances and measures taken by the Indian Community and about neglect and balated measures by Government.
000023883

05.11.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08271 NAOROJI, Dadabhai

5

Herewith a copy of my letter Lord Milner in which are given facts and dates I catagorically but politely repubreak (1) the claim that for the outbreak of the plague municipality was not responsible and (2) the allegation that the Indian community was responsible for it.
000004210

07.11.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12739 SUPREME COURT

1

When will this matter be settled? I wrote some time ago to inquire:
000004211

15.11.1904

00000 "BLANK" 00000 "BLANK"

1

Two cases of assault charge against Europeans showed that the Indian coolies lied. Report of both The Magistrate was obviously biased against Indians.
000004212

17.11.1904

12739 SUPREME COURT 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

You should write to Gerald S. Sauners, Executor, Dative on the subject as notified by my letter of 9th January last.
000004213

22.11.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12739 SUPREME COURT

1

Mr. Saunders in his letter to me on 6th July directed me to write to you as he has submitted the final accounts to you.
000004214

05.12.1904

12739 SUPREME COURT 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

I have received Pound 58-6-6. Who are the heirs ? They will have to apply to me when their claims to the sum are established.
000004215

08.12.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 12739 SUPREME COURT

1

He has left a childless widow in India. What authority would you require in order to give her the amount ?
000023884

10.12.1904

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08271 NAOROJI, Dadabhai

1

Inquires if he can suggest the name of persons in England who will undertake contributing a periodical letter to the "Indian Opinion" on Indian question in South Africa.
000004217

13.12.1904

00000 "BLANK" 00000 "BLANK"

1

Hot-headed resolutions hamper negotiations with Indian Government. Till their final out come we can only refuse to grant further licences. boycott is Un-British.
000004216

13.12.1904

00000 "BLANK" 00000 "BLANK"

1

Resolution of the Vigilance Association (1) To boycott Indian traders and those Europeans who trade with Indians. (2)not to allow sale of land to Indians by exposing to contempt those who sell. (3)To resist the proposed erection of a mosque.
000004218

31.12.1904

12739 SUPREME COURT 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

I must have proof that she was legally married and of the proportion she is legally entitled to. Them I can pay her.

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