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[11] After he had spoken thus, my father answered, “Callippus, I want to oblige you (I should be mad, if I did not), but on this condition, that I shall not damage my own reputation, nor suffer any loss through the business; to suggest what you propose to Archebiades and Aristonoüs and to Cephisiades himself, can cause me no trouble; but if they do not choose to do as you say at my suggestion, you must talk to them yourself.” “Be easy in your mind, Pasion,” said he; “if you like, you will force them to do what I want.”

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