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[95] Take and read first of all the clauses of his law which we have indicted, and next the clauses we propose to substitute for them. Read.“ Law 1

These are the parts of the law of Leptines which we arraign as unsatisfactory. Next in order read our proposed amendments. Pray attend, gentlemen of the jury, to these as they are recited. Read.“ Law

1 By this, if correct, must be meant the preamble of the amended law, setting forth the objections to the existing law of Leptines. The second "law" read would be the amendments proposed; and at the end of Dem. 20.97 the whole law as amended is read.

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