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[347c] I said, “not to regard me as Dion's master, but to join with me yourself in sending him a letter explaining what we have now decided, and asking him whether it satisfies him; and if not, and if he desires and claims other conditions, let him write them to us immediately; and do you refrain till then from taking any new step in regard to his affairs.” This is what was said, and this is what we agreed; pretty nearly in the terms I have now stated.1

After this the vessels had put to sea and it was no longer possible for me to sail; and then it was that Dionysius

1 For this part of the biographical details cf. Plat. L. 3.318a ff.

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