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[22] he knew well that he would not be able to hand him over, since he had been put to death in order to shield this man and his offences from his servant's denunciation. Now, must it not have been some god that destroyed his reason, when he conceived it to be easier for him to propose imprisonment than a sum of money, with as good a hope in either case?

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