Batrachus, for instance, the most wicked, next to this man, of them all, having turned informer in the time of the Thirty,1
and being covered by agreements and oaths along with the party at Eleusis
, was yet so afraid of those of you whom he had wronged that he made his abode in another city. But Andocides, who has wronged the very gods themselves, made less account of them by entering their temples than Batrachus did of mankind. He therefore who is both more wicked and more obtuse than Batrachus ought to be only too glad to have his life spared by you.