however, paid no heed at all to my proposals, but proceeded at once to give
ballots to the members of the deme who were present, without allowing me to make
any defence or himself giving any convincing proof of his charges. Those who
were in league with him then jumped up and gave their votes. It was dark, and
they received from him two or three ballots apiece, and put them in the box.
Here is a proof of this. Those who voted were not more than thirty in number,
but the ballots, when counted, were more than sixty; so that we were all