Are you not ashamed,
Athenians, that you should think our speeches the only evidence you have on
which to determine the punishment of Demosthenes? Do you not know yourselves
that this man is open to bribes and is both a robber and a traitor to his
friends that neither he nor the fortune which has gone with him is fit for the
city? Are there any decrees or any laws which have not brought him money?
Dinarchus. Minor Attic Orators in two volumes, 2, with an English translation by J. O. Burtt, M.A. Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press; London, William Heinemann Ltd. 1962.
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