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enumerated; and 376,616 Wives whose Husbands were absent (i.e., the Husbands were not returned in the same houses as their Wives), making in all 3948 627 Wives
enumerated ; also 898,202 Widowers and 879,173 Widows enumerated ; making a Geand Total of 9,109,266 persons who have entered the marriage state. '' '



OF THE People.]



CENSUS, 1S71.— SUMMARY TABLES.



XXXIU



Table XI.— ISLANDS IN THE BRITISH SEAS.— Number and Ages of Unmarried, Married, and

Widowed Persons.



Islands.


All

Ages.


Under
Years.


15-


20-


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


65-


60-


65-


TO-


75-


80-


85-


90-


95-


100

and
ux)W'.


ISI.ANS5 IN- THE BRITISH SEAS


40825
46102


2452.5

2 1209


0,51.3
7207


30(50
8100


2081
2S14


1222
101,5


000

1082


471
005


313
097


289
665


2.34
453


200
402


131
309


OT

245


56
138


35

02



.31


2
9






UNMAUWED - ■{ Sales ■ . ".






MAESIED '[^"ve""''' :


22813

243-18


t


18
1B2


701
1045


2321
3145


2708
3371


2818
827B


290D
3015


3505
2730


2608
2348


1980
1739


1683
1320


1162

824


TT4
493


368
209


140
64


31
13




4


1






„, C Widowers

WIDOTOD "UVidOWS -


2584
70I3G




1
S


10
38


41
155


70

294


101
412


1.50
505


101
092


252

880


230
869


313

987


351

9:14


.376
940


204
626


177
3S3


49
140


17
30


5

8


1



Table XII. — Unmarried Persons at different Ages, distinguishing the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands.





All

Akcs.


Under




!
















1
















100


Islands.


15


15-


20-




30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


GO-


65-


TO-


75-


80-


85-


90-


95-


and




Years.




















!














____


upiv".





















MALES.




















ISIiAITDS IN THE 3UITISH SEAS


40,825


24,623


6,613


3,900


2,081


1,222


000


474


3-13


289


234


200


131


97


65


.35


6


2






1 Isle op Mas

2 Jekset

3 Gtteesset ahd aejacest Islands


16eT2
1481T
9336


9986
8931
6607


2740
2291
11«2


1067

1427

806


866
730

486


439
603
280


230
261
108


187
1T7
110


121

130

80


116

111

63


89
83
67


94
66
60


66
46
29


45
29
23


26
16
13


8
11
16


1
1

4


o






















FEMALES.
















isi;aitiis in the British si^as


46,102


24,269


7,207 5,109


2,814


1,645


1,083


905


697


665


453


482


309


245


138


62


.31


9






1 Isle or Man

2 Jeksey

S Gtjehnset and adjacent Islands


17102
18207
10793


9060
8984
6625


2718 1731
2783 2206
1707 1172


951

1262

601


497
778
872


314
634
284


273
401
171


202
314
181


191
272
202


135
188
1.32


167
167
138


108
105
96


89
80
76


45
46

47


20
20
22


8
9
14


3
3
3







Table XIII. — ^Married Persons at different Ages, distinguishing the Isle or Man and the Channel Islands.





All

Ages.


Under




































100


Islands.


15
Years.


15-


20-


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65-


TO-


T5-


80-


85-


90-


95-


and
upw^.



















HUSBANDS.




















ISZiANDS IKTTHB BRITISH SEAS


22,813




18


T61


2,321 2,768


2,818


2,909


2,585


2,608


1,980 1,683


1,162


774


308


140


.31


6


1


,


1 Isle oe Man

2 Jersey

3 gueknset and adjacent islands


8310
9001
6502




9

4
6


253
.351
155


906

894
621


1038

1105

025


988

1138

697


1029

1192

088


865
1045
655


914
992
603


751
760

470


637
606

440


415
451
296


301
290
183


142
129
97


51

48
41


11

6

15


1
2
3


1






WIVES.


ZSZ.AKBS IK THE BRITISH SEAS


24,.348 . 1 152


1,645


3,145


3,371 3,276


3,015


2,730


2,348


1,739


1,320


824


493


209


64


13


4


. i


1 Isle oe Man

2 Jeeset

3 Gtjeenset and adjacent Islands


8483
9968
5897


46
67
39


648
723
374


1160

1282

713


1137

1470

764


1106
1410
700


1001

1297

717


926
1119

685


853
894
601


628
676
436


493
471
357


291
306
227


196
108
129


87
62
60


16
22
27


6

1
6


1
1
2








Table XIV. — Widowed Persons at different Ages, distinguishing the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands.



Islands.



All

Ages.



I Under I

15 15- 20-
I Years. I



25- 30-



35-



40-



45-



50-



5.5-



60-



65-



TO-



T5-



80-



85-



90-



95-



100

and
upw^.



















WIDOWERS.




















ZSl^AirSS IN- THE BRITISH SEAS


2,584




1


10


44


70


104


158


164


262 230


313


351


.376


264


177


«


17


6


1


1 IsleToe Man

2 Jeesey

3 Gdeenset and adjacent Islands


932

106T

696





1


3

5
2


17
18
11


20
87
13


34
47
23


58
77
23


44
80
40


82

105

65


83
95

62


115

127
71


137
116

T8


138

144

94


123
85
56


76
68
44


12
24
13


2
9
6


1
1
3


1




WIDOWS.


ZSIfAHTDS I3ff THE BRITISH SEAS


7,966


3


88


166


294


412


505


692


886


859


987


934


940


625


383


146


86


8


3


1 Isle oe Man

2 Jeesey

3 gueensey and adjacent islands


2543

3577
1846


1

2


10
31

7


42
86
27


98

143

63


116
206
90


174
273
118


200
340
163


268
438
180


272
397
190


341
425
218


310

412
208


339
879
222


196
230
199


112
160
115


42
64
60


11
12
13


1
3
4


1

2



* For Ages of Hustands and their Wives in combination, see Table XVI.

t In the few instances in which persons described as married have been returned at any age under 15, they have been classified with the persons aged 15 and under 20 years.



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XXXIV



CENSUS, 1871.— SUMMARY TABLES.



[Civil Condition, &c



Table XV.— ISLANDS IN THE BRITISH SEAS —Civil Condition of Persons aged 15 Years and upwards.



Islands.



Total.



Bachelors

and
Spinsters.



Husbands

and

"Wives.



"Widowers

and
"Widows.



Of the Age of 15 Tears and upwards.



ISIiAXTDS IIO' THE BRITISH SEAS



1 ISZ.E or ncAN



2 TERSEir



3 GVERNSEV

and adjacent Islands



("Males
(.Females

rMales
(.Females



rMales
(.Females

("Males
■ (.Females



41,699
54,147



15929

18468

15944
22768

9826
12911



16,302
21,833



7442



9223
3729



32,813
24,348



8310



6502
5897



932
2643

1057
3577

595
1848



Table XVI.— ISLANDS IN THE BRITISH SEAS.— Ages of Husbands and Wives in combination; of Husbands
whose Wives were absent, and of Wives "whose Husbands were absent ; of Widowers and Widows.



Eecapitulation"; Husbands
Wives
Widowers
Widows



Total included in this Table



22,813

24,348

2,684

7,966



57,711







AGE OF WIFE.


Husbands
whose Wives
were resident

with them.


Is!


<=• 3-;


03


Years of Age.


15-

*


16-


17-


16


- 19


- 20-


21


- 2.5-


30-


.3.5-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60


- 65


- 70


- 7.5-


80-


85-


90-


-9.5-


100

- and

upw»


3^




15-
15-
17-
18-
19-

20-
21-




1


1

1
1


1


2
2

3 4


1

1 7
I 64


1
34


2

4 6
3 158


26


4


1


1
























2

12

33
643


1
1

9
76


1

3

14

42
719


1

10




25-




1


3




D 2


D 63


64


5 1062


316


64


20


6


3






















2091


230


2321


44


n


30-










I


3 16


17


7 793


1067


367


87


20


4


1






:














2628


240


2768


70




35-










I


I 2


6


3 34.2


763


968


300


72


16


2






]














2624


294


2818


104


P


40-












L 1


2


3 127


375


776


960


330


68


20








1












2679


230


2909


166


4S-






1










B 37


142


336


644


822


282


80


\Z


















2308


197


2665


164


O


50-
















3 24


77


137


339


624


787


262





IC


i


2


1










2333


176


2608


252


65-
















3 11


32


82


143


312


500


531


194


44


1


3












1862


118


1980


230


^


60-
















12


12


46


67


137


273


398


44.S


14e





7


3










1685


98


1683


313




65-
















2 2


2


18


32


59


95


181


294


293


95


27


3










1106


57


1162


361




70-
















3


4


7


17


21


61


72


136


183


182


43


12


2








731


43


774


376




75-


















1


2


11


7


23


22


30


62


91


69


15


2








344


24


368


264




80-


















2


1


1


1


6


11


12


16


23


36


18


2


2






131


9


140


177




85-






















1








2




4


11


6


2


1






26


5


31


49




90-
















.














1


1


2






1








5


1


6


17




96-
































1
















1


.


1


6




100
., & upwards


}■





















































1


WivGS whose
Husbands were




2
2


7
3


31

11


V


133

r 45


117
29


) 2666
1 679


2808
563


2807
469


2613
402


2412
318


2107
241


1580
159


1211
10£


761
6.'


44C


198
11


67

7


9
4


3

1






21003


1810


22813


2684


resident -with
them

Wives whose
Husbands were
absent -


21003 7
we

3345 1
w


Tives whose Husbands
re resident with them.

Vives whose Husbands
ere absent.

Petal of Wives enume-
ited.


Total of Wi-VES
enumerated -


}•


4


10


4


! 9(


> 178


146


r 3145


3371


3276


3015


2730


2348


1739


132C


824


49;


209


64


13


4






24348 G



Tot


al of

ViDOWS


}•










i 4


3


1 166


294


412


665


692


886


859


98"


934


94(


626


383


146


36


8


3


7986']


^tal of "^


Widows





» In the few inslnncos in which persons described as married have been returned at any age tmder 15, they have been dassifled in these Tables of Ages of Husbands and
"Wives with the persons ai/ed 16 and under 16 .yciirs.

Ntilt'.—Thc T.Mv reail reiiinilhj shows the number of Wives at earh asr, wil Ii the :i-fs of their Husbands :— Thus, in the Islands in the British Sops Five Wives of the ace
of ".'j nnrt uiiilor :-iii ^^-■;^l•s hiid Husbiiiuls iiged 20; One hundred and Jiflii-cight IkuI Husljamls aged 21 and under 25 years.

Kriul hnrizmii.ifhi lln' Tnble shows the number of Kusbamls at each anc, with the attes of their Wives :— Tliiis, One Husband of the age of 25 and under 30 vc^r^ bad a
Wil^'HiiedlO; y/'rcfhail Wivesagedl7; iVTiTCehadWivesagedlS. ' "" ™J'-"»"''"

At ail asr's 31.01)3 Hnsliands and 21,003 Wives were enumei-ated as residing together on the night of the Census.

Thtvp were aKn 1,810 Husbands whose Wives were absent {i.e., the Wives were not returned in the same houses as their Husbands) , making in all 22 813 Husbands enume-
mted ■ and ■'>.''A'y Wives whose Husbands were absent (i.e. the Husbands were not returned in the same houses as their Wives) , making In all 24,348 Wives enumerated ■ also
■> jSI. Widowers and 7,9;!0 Widows enumerated ; making a Geand Total of 57,711 persons who have entered the married state. '



OF THE People.]



CENSUS, 1871.— SUMMARY TABLES.



XXXV



Table XVII.— ENGLAND AND WALES. — Occupations of Males and Females, distinguishing those under 20 Years
of Age from those of 20 Years and upwards — In Classes, Orders, and Sub-orders.*



Olabsiss, Okdees, awd Sub-oedeeb.



All AflEB.



Peebons. Males. Pemales.



TJndek 20 Yeaeb
oe Age.



Males.



AI.Z. PERSON'S



CLASSES.



I. PROFESSION'AI. CI.ASS - - -

II. noncESTic cxiAss _ . _ .

III. coianxERCiAi. ci^ass ...

IV. AGRICVXTURAI. CI.ASS ...
V. IITDUSTRIAI. CI.ASS ...

VI. INSEFINITZ: AND UrOH-PRODUCTIVi: CX.ASS



Class I.



Class II



Class III.



Class IV.



Class V.



Class VI.



ORDEES.

1. Persons engaged in the Genek^u. or Local Goveux-

MENT of the Country

2. Persons engaged in the Defence of the Coimti-y

3. Persons engaged in the Leae,ned Professions w in

Litekatukb, Akt, and Science (with their im-
mediate Suhordinates)

4. Wives and Women engaged generally in Household

Duties hut assisting in certain cases in the Hus-
bands' Business

5. Persons engaged in entertaining, and performinij

Personal Offices for Man

6. Persons 'vTho buy or sell, keep or lend Money,

Houses, or Goods of yajhovsKtstis

7. Persons engaged in the Conveyance of Men, Animals,

Goods, and Messages

8. Persons possessing or working ike Land, and engaged

in growing Grain, Fruits, Grasses, Animals, and
other Products

9. Persons engaged about Animals



lO.



11



12.



Persons engaged in Art and Mechanic Productions,
in which Matters of vai'ious kinds are used in com-
bination ~ - -

Persons working and dealing in the Textile Fabrics
and in Dkess

Persons working and dealing in Food and Drinks

13. Persons working and dealing in Animal Substances

14. VenoDS working and dealing m Vegetable Substances

15. Persons working and dealing in Mineiials

16. Labourers and others — Branch of labour undeHned

17. Persons of Rank or Property not returned under any

Office or Occupation - _ _

18. Scholars and Children not engaged in any directly

Productive Occupation



Order SUB-ORDERS.

O0B-ORDEE

f 1. 1. Officers of National Government

2. Officers of Local Government

3. Officers of East India and Colonial Government



Class I.



2. 1. Armyf
2. Navyf



1. Clergymen, Ministers, and Others connected with

KeHgion

2. Lawyers and Law Stationers

3. Physicians, Surgeons, and Druggists

4. Authors, Literary Persons, and Students

5. Artists

6. Musicians . .

7. Actors

8. Teachers

9. Scientific Persons



1 . Wives and others mainly engaged in Household Duties

2. Wives assisting generally in their Husbands' Business



Class II-



5.



1 . Engaged in Board and Lodging

2. Attendants (Domestic Servants, &c.)



22,712,266



684,102
.5,905,171

815,424
1,657,138
5,137,725
8,512,706



11,058,934



486,118

244,728

758,187

1,470,442

3,615,727

4,483,732



11,653,332



197,984

5,660,443

57,237

186,696
1,521,998
4,028,974



5,192,766



105,615
44,508
155,538
303,908
719,430
3,863,767



Females.



20 Yeaes of Age
and upwards.



Males. Females.



5,189,687



97,877

744,793

8,500

52,771

427,569

3,858,177



5,866,168



380,^03
200,220
602,649
1,166,534
2,896,297
619,965



106,286
136,491



441,325

4,271,657

1,633,514

287,164

528,260



1,559,037
98,101



1,144,571

2,150,791

464,051

56,351

165,340

1,156,621
802,303

168,895

7,.541,608



99,892
136,491



249,735

244,728
242,338
51.5,849



1,372,942
97,500



1,086,723

852,268
398,167
47,676
] •■17,816
1,093,077
753,921



6,394

191,590

4,271,657

1,388,786

44,826

12,411



186,095
601



57,848

1,298,523
65,884
8,675
27,524
63,544
48,382



25,510 143,385
3,704,301 3,837,207



7,356
22,000



76,259

44,508

40,775

114,763



288,760
15,148



184,308

200,804

65,366

7,569

22,632

238,751

159,095

371

3,704,30!



842

97,035

257,613

487,180

3,911

4,589



52,630
141



14,241

365,033

8,326

3,105

10,170

26,694

19,278

1,692

3,837,207



92,536
114,491



173,476

200,220
201,563
401,086



1,084,182
82,352



902,415

651,464
332,801
40,107
115,184
854,326
594,826

25,139



53,874

51,438

974



93,793
42,698



44,562

37,327

44,214

.139,143

16,562

18,861

7,324

127,140

6,192



3,883,830
387,827



139,103
1,494,411



50,560

48,358

974



9.3,793
42,698



39,478
37,276
41,221
61,085
14,728
11,786

5,117
32,901

6,143



86,851
157,877



3,314
3,080



5,084

51

2,993

78,058

1,834

7,075

2,207

94,239

49



3,883,830
387,827



52,252
1,336,534



6,714

628
14



14,659
7,341



334
6,608
5,455
51,926
1,903
1,308

812
7,472

441



1,477
43,031



756
86



169

9

124

75,504

318

1,269

641

19,098

3



256,285
1,328



43,846

47,730

960



79,134
35,357



39,144
30,668
35,766

9,159
12,825
10,478

4,305
26,429

5,702



1,466
485,714



85,374
114,846



* The classification of Occupations adopted in 1871 is essentially identical with that of 1861. The only variations of importance occur in Classes II. and VI.

The change has had the effect of bringing now into Class II., Order 4, all "Women (Wives, Widows, Daughters, or others) who have no specified oecupatiou, but are usually
employed in household duties. In 1861 the Wives of Innkeepers, Publicans, Lodging-house-keepers, Shopkeeper.'!, Shoemakers, Butchers, and Farmers were placed in the
same orders (namely, 6, 6, 8, 11, and 13) as their Husbands, whom they often assist in business ; but this, it must be borne in mind, is the case with otlier as well as with
such Wives. As it may be assumed the great majority of Women ol no specified occupation are mainly employed in Household and Family Duties, they are all classed
together in these Tables.

Class VI. now comprises Persons whose occupations are indefinite or not stated. Persons of Bank or Property not returned under any ofDce or occupation, and Scholars
and Oliildren under the age of 15. Thus Scholars and Children under the age of 15 not returned as engaged in any directly productive occupation, now term by themselves
Order IS ; whereas in 1861 they were grouped under Class II., Order 4. Students and Scholars of ages ^s and upwards are now in Class I., Order 3 ; in 1861 they were
included in Class II.

With the foregoing exceptions no changes of importance have been made in the various Sub-orders, Orders, and Classes of the classification of 1861.

Note.— The number of persons referred to the particular Classes, Orders, and Sub-orders must not^be taken to represent the total number following the Occupations
included therein ; for example, in addition to the persons returned in Class IV., Order 8, many persons connected with the land as Proprietors or Occupiers are classed
vrader other heads according to the Occupations in which they are principally engaged. See notes at foot of Table XVIII.

t For returns of the entire Army and Navy, distinguishing Oflacers and Men, abroad and at home, see Appendix to Report, Vol. IV.

6 2



XXXVl



CENSUS, 1871.— SUMMARY TABLES.



[Occupations



Table XVII.— ENGLAND AND WALES. — Occupations of Males and FEMALEs/distinguishing those under 20 Years
of Ao'e from those of 20 Years and upwards — In Classes, Orders, and Sub-orders — continued.










All Ages.




Undek 20 Yeaes

OE ASE.


20 Yeaes oe Age
and upwards.




Classes, Oedees, and Sub-oedees.


















Peesohs.


1 Males.


Females.


Males.


Fpmales.


Males.


Femai,es.


Order
















Sib-Oedee
f 6. 1. Mercantile Persons


189,807


183,054


6,753


3.3,581


677


149,473


6,076




2. Other General Dealers


97,357


59,284


38,073


7,194


3,234


52,090


34,839




7. 1. Carriers on Railways


84,900


84,625


275


12,059


24


72,566


251


Class III. ^


2. „ on Roads


124,786


122,296


2,490


11,613


85


110,683


2,405




3. „ on Canals and Rivers


33,240


32,823


417


5,156


103


27,667


314




4. „ on Seas and Rivers


141,403


140,949


454


18,846


17


122,103


437




.'). Engaged in Storage
6. Messengers and Porters


45,338


38,150


7,188


8,298


3,179


29,852


4,009




98,593


97,006


1,587


58,791


1,181


38,215


406




8. ]. Agriculturists


1,447,481


1,264,031


183,450


277,197


52,311


986,834


131,139




2. Arboriculturists


7,861


7,855


6


665


2


7,190


4


Class ZV. \


3. Horticulturists
^ 9. 1. Persons engaged about Ayiiix'LS


103,695


101,056


2,639
001


10,898


317


90,158


2,322




98,101


97,500


15,148


141


82,352


460




^lO. 1. Workers and Dealers in Books


74,441


64,170


10,271


18,801


3,866


45,369


6,405




2. „ „ Musical Instruments


8,216


7,924


292


1,402


49


6,522


243




3. „ „ Prints and Pictures


5,801


5,494


307


993


81


4,501


226




4. „ „ Carving and Figures


10,595


5,462


5,133


1,287


1,859


4,175


3,274




5. „ ,, Tackle for Sports and Games


4,376


2,754


1,622


491


336


2,263


1,286




6. „ „ Designs, Medals, and Dies -


4,715


4,578


137


1,003


47


3,575


90




7. „ „ Watches and Philosophical


















Instruments


26,720


25,888


832


4,067


248


21,821


584




S. ,, „ Surgical Instruments


1,234


1,004


230


181


34


823


196




9. „ „ Arms


15,619


13,017


2,602


2,672


1,338


10,345


1,264




10. „ „ Machines and Tools


174,704


167,429


7,275


31,992


2,632


135,437


4,643




11. „ „ Carriages


55,790


55,360


430


9,316


53


46,044


377




12. „ „ Harness


23,011


21,181


1,830


3,751


641


17,430


1,189




13. „ „ Ships


45,164


45,066


98


6,099


24


38,967


74




14. „ „ Plouses and Buildings


693,252


579,326


13,926


87,296


238


492,030


13,688




1.5. „ „ Furniture


71,006


61,179


9,827


10,381


1,694


50,798


8,133




16. „ „ Chemicals


29,927


26,891


3,036


4,576


1,101


22,315


1,935




11. 1. Workers and Dealers in Wool and Worsted


253,490


128,984


124,506


38,663


56,011


90,321


68,495




2. „ „ Silk


82,053


28,865


53,188


6,593


17,.508


22,272


35,680




3. „ „ Cotton and Flax


562,015


223,217


338,798


78,415


138,627


144,802


200,171




4. „ „ Mixed Materials


116,913


71,745


45,168


17,927


15,061


53,818


30,107




5. „ „ Dress


1,115,247


384,794


730,453


55,193


135,782


329,601


594,671




6. ,, „ Hemp and other Fibrous


















Materials


21,073


14,663


6,410


4,013


2,044


10,650


4,366


Class V. .


12. 1. Workers and Dealers in Animal Food


132,599


H7,.501


15,098


20,104


1,440


97,397


13,658




2. „ „ "Vegetable Food


145,196


123,141


22,055


20,182


2,838


102,959


19,217




3. „ ., Drinks and Stimulants


186,256


157,525


28,731


25,080


4,048


132,445


24,683




13. 1. Workers and Dealers in Grease, Gut, Bones, Horn,


















Ivory, and Whalebone


11,134


10,258


876


1,579


216


8,679


660




2. ,, „ Skins, Feathers, and Quills -


30,703


27,928


2,775


4,044


1,076


23,884


1,699




3. „ „ Hair


14,514


9,490
20,875


5,024


1,946


1,813


7,544


3,211




Xi. 1. Workers and Dealers in Gums and Resins


25,059


4,184


4,199


1,396


16,676


2,788




2. „ „ Wood


81,239


74,764


6,475


10,204


2,898


64,560


3,577




3. „ „ Bark


2,193


2,043


150


324


42


1,719


108




4. „ „ Cane, Rush, and Straw


16,860


15,756


1,104


2,109


202


13,647


902




S. „ „ Paper


39,989


24,378


15,611


5,796


5,632


18,582


9,979




15. 1. Miners ...


376,783


371,105


5,678


98,909


2,920


272,196


2,758




2. Workers and Dealers in Coal


68,860


64,453


4,407


7,911


1,603


56,542


2,804




3. „ „ Stone, Clay


152,673


149,567


3,106


20,965


1,731


128,602


1,375




4. „ „ Earthenware


52,620


34,398


18,222


8,995


7,679


25,403


10,.543




5. „ „ Glass


20,284


18,497


1,787


5,094


706


13,403


1,081




6. „ „ Salt


2,861


2,720


141


330


38


2,390


103




7. „ „ Water


3,347


3,326



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