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[80] Nor must you feel more gratitude to them for what they say that they mean to do than anger for what they have done; nor, while taking your measures against the Thirty in their absence,1 acquit them in their presence; nor in your own rescue be more lax than fortune who has delivered these men into the hands of the city.

1 At Eleusis.

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