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ns, and prescribe all the operations of the campaign. They know better than we where we should encamp, and what posts it is necessary for us to what time, and by what , we ought enter where it is proper to have magazines; from whence, either by sea or land, we are to bring provisions; when we are to fight the enemy, and when lie, . They not only prescribe what is best to do, but for little from their plans, they make it a crime in their counsel, and him before their tribunal. But know, Romans, the effect of this is very prejudicial to your Generals. All have not the resolution and constancy of Fabius, to despise impertinent reports. He could choose rather to suffer the people, upon such unhappy rumor, to invade his authority, than to ruin affairs, in order to preserve their opinion, and an empty same. I am far from believing that Generals stand in no need of advice; I think, on the contrary, that whoever would conduct everything alone, upon his own opinion, and without counsel
t posts it is necessary for us to what time, and by what , we ought enter where it is proper to have magazines; from whence, either by sea or land, we are to bring provisions; when we are to fight the enemy, and when lie, . They not only prescribe what is best to do, but for little from their plans, they make it a crime in their counsel, and him before their tribunal. But know, Romans, the effect of this is very prejudicial to your Generals. All have not the resolution and constancy of Fabius, to despise impertinent reports. He could choose rather to suffer the people, upon such unhappy rumor, to invade his authority, than to ruin affairs, in order to preserve their opinion, and an empty same. I am far from believing that Generals stand in no need of advice; I think, on the contrary, that whoever would conduct everything alone, upon his own opinion, and without counsel, shown more presumption than prudence. But some may ask, how then shall we act reasonably? In not suffering