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[3] Those of them serving as Presidents first dine together in the Round-house,1 receiving a sum of money from the state, and then convene meetings of the Council and the People, the Council indeed meeting on every day excepting holidays, but the People four times in each presidency. And the Presidents put up written notice of the business to be dealt with by the Council, and of each day's agenda, and of the place of meeting.

1 At the N.E. of the Areopagus, near the Council-chamber.

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