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That all I have told you is true, men of the jury, you have learned from the depositions. However, a long time after this, the plaintiff Callippus came up to my father in the city, and asked him if Cephisiades, to whom according to the entry in the book the money left by Lycon the Heracleote was to be paid, had returned to Athens. On my father's replying that he thought so, but, if he wanted to go down to the Peiraeus, he would find out the truth, Callippus said to him, “Do you know, Pasion, what it is that I am asking you?”—

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