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[14] and after getting this, when he was about to set sail for Corcyra as trierarch,1 he sent Therippides a written acknowledgement that he had these sums in his possession, and admitted that he had received the marriage-portion. Of these matters Demophon and Therippides, his co-trustees, are witnesses, and, besides this, his own acknowledgement of having received these moneys is attested by Demochares, of Leuconion,2 who is the husband of my aunt, and by many other witnesses.

1 That is, in command of a trireme which he had himself equipped for service.

2 Leuconion, or Leuconoe, was a deme of the tribe Loentis.

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