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Caesar was under a necessity of going to Apollonia, to leave his wounded there, to pay his army, confirm his friends in their duty, and garrison the towns that had submitted. But he took no longer time to these affairs, than the importance of his other en
he passed into Italy, Caesar purposed to join Domitius,
and march to its defence by the coast of Illyricum: in fine, should he fall upon Apollonia and Oricum, and endeavour
to exclude him from the sea coast; in that case he reckoned to oblige him,
by attacking m. Caesar
therefore despatched couriers to Domitius, to acquaint him with his design;
and leaving four cohorts at Apollonia, one at Lissus, and three at Oricum, with the sick
and wounded, began his march through Epirus and Acarnania. Pompey, on his side, guessi