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Now if they had been tried before the proper court, they would have easily escaped harm; for by that time you were all apprised of the evil plight of the city, though you were unable at that stage to be of further service to her. But as it was, they were brought before the Council which sat under the Thirty.1 And the trial was conducted in a manner that you yourselves well know:

1 Cf. above, Lys. 13.20.

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