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Re-enter PAMPHILUS with CRITO. CRITO to PAMPHILUS, as he is coming out. Forbear entreating. Of these, any one reason prompts me to do it, either your own sake, or the fact that it is the truth, or that I wish well for Glycerium herself. CHREMES starting. Do I see Crito of Andros? Surely it is he. CRITO Greetings to you, Chremes. CHREMES How is it that, so contrary to your usage, you are at Athens? CRITO So it has happened. But is this Simo? CHREMES It is he. CRITO Simo, were you asking for me? SIMO How now, do you say that Glycerium is a citizen of this place? CRITO Do you deny it? SIMO ironically. Have you come here so well prepared? CRITO For what purpose? SIMO Do you ask? Are you to be acting this way with impunity? Are you to be luring young men into snares here, inexperienced in affairs, and liberally brought up, by tempting them, and to be playing upon their fancies by making promises? CRITO Are you in your senses? SIMO And are you to be patching up amours with Courtesans by ma