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[347a] that he has no wish for me to sail away in comfort—in this case would any of them consent to convey me as a passenger,1 starting off from the residence of Dionysius?” For, in addition to my other misfortunes, I was lodging in the garden adjoining his residence, and out of this not even the doorkeeper would have allowed me to pass without a permit sent him from Dionysius. “On the other hand, if I stay on for the year I shall be able to write and tell Dion the position in which I am placed and what I am doing; and if Dionysius should actually perform any of his promises, I shall have accomplished something

1 For this use of the wordναύτηςcf. Soph. Phil. 901.

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