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[73] Now, to tell a false story to you and support it by an oath with imprecations on myself, my son, and my wife, was a thing I dared not do, even if I knew well that I should convict these men; for I do not hate them as much as I love myself.

But that you may hear this not merely from my own lips, the clerk shall read you the law itself.“ Law

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