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Let us go to the Assembly then, fellow-citizens; [290] for the Thesmothetes have declared that only those who arrive at daybreak [291] [292] with haggard eye and covered with dust, without having snatched time to eat anything but a snack of garlic-pickle, shall alone receive the triobolus. [293] Walk up smartly, Charitimides, Smicythus and Draces, and [295] do not fail in any point of your part; let us first demand our fee and then vote for all that may perchance be useful for our partisans. . . Ah! what am I saying? I meant to say, for our fellow-citizens.

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