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All these monies he has received; he has debts due him to the value of many talents, which he is collecting, some by voluntary payments, some by bringing action. These debts were owing to Pasio—quite apart from the rent of the bank and the other property which he left;—and these the two brothers have recovered. He has expended upon public services merely what you have heard, the smallest fraction of his income, not to say of his capital; and yet he will assume a bragging air, and will talk about his expenditures for trierarchal and choregic services.1

1 As a matter of fact Apollodorus had served as trierarch with distinction, and had been most liberal in his expenditures. See Dem. 50.11 ff., and Oration Dem. 45.78.

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