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Read the further charges.“Complaint

And having sold my mining property and the slaves, contrary to the agreement which he had made with me.”

Stop reading. This far outdoes all the rest. For in the first place he says, “contrary to the agreement which he had made with me.” What agreement is this? We leased our own property to this man, at a rent equal to the interest on the loan; that was all. It was Mnesicles who sold it to us, in the presence of the plaintiff and at his request.

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