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[24] He added, also, that he did not send his best cavalry;—I dare say, they were old troops, O Caesar: nothing to your cavalry; but still they were the best men he had, his picked men. He says, that one of the body was recognised as being a slave;—I do not believe it; I never heard of it. But still, even if such a thing had happened, I should not conceive that that was any fault of the king's.


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