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[2] And yet in the most trifling attentions which he paid his familiar friends there were marks of great good-will and esteem. I will instance a few of these.

He found fault with Peucestas by letter because, after being bitten by a bear, he wrote about it to the rest of his friends but did not tell him. ‘Now, however,’ said he, ‘write me how you are, and tell me whether any of your fellow-huntsmen left you in the lurch, that I may punish them.’

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