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Upon this the Tencteri, a tribe separated by the Rhine from the Colony, sent envoys with orders to make known their instructions to the Senate of the Agrippinenses. These orders the boldest spirit among the ambassadors thus expounded: "For your return into the unity of the German nation and name we give thanks to the Gods whom we worship in common and to Mars, the chief of our divinities, and we congratulate you that at length you will live as free men among the free. Up to this day hav
t together. Let the property of the slain come into a common
stock, so that no one may be able to secrete anything, or to detach his own
interest from ours.
POSITION OF COLOGNE
Let it be lawful for us and for you to
inhabit both banks of the Rhine, as it was of old
for our ancestors. As nature has given light and air to all men, so has she
thrown open every land to the brave. Resume the manners and customs of your
country, renouncing the pleasures, through which, rather than through the