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[2] If you are to establish the custom, that those who are able speakers and who enjoy a reputation are more to be believed than men of less ability, it will be against yourselves that you will have established this custom. I beg you therefore, if you ever decided any other case upon its merits, without becoming partisans of either side, whether the plaintiff's or the defendant's, but looking to justice alone, to decide the present case upon these principles. And I shall set forth the facts to you from the beginning.

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