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But you have heard also from my accuser that I have received many great presents from Nicocles, the king of the Salaminians.1 And yet, can any one of you be persuaded that Nicocles made me these presents in order that he might learn how to plead cases in court—he who dispensed justice, like a master, to others in their disputes? So, from what my accuser has himself said, it is easy for you to conclude that I have nothing to do with litigation.

1 See Isocrates, Vol. I. p. 39, L.C.L.

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