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[1465] As for Philocleon's son, I, like all wise and judicious men, cannot sufficiently praise his filial tenderness and his tact. Never have I met a more amiable nature, and I have conceived the greatest fondness for him. [1470] How he triumphed on every point in his discussion with his father, when he wanted to bring him back to more worthy and honourable tastes!

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