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[315b] should I be hitting on the best mode of address? Or rather, by writing, according to my custom, “Wishes well-doing,” this being my usual mode of address, in my letters to my friends? You, indeed,—as was reported by the spectators then present—addressed even the God himself at Delphi in this same flattering phrase, and wrote, as they say, this verse—“I wish you joy! And may you always keep
The tyrant's life a life of pleasantness.

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