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Wherefore, as there was never anything honest in the nation when united, how must we suppose that its roguery has been sharpened by so many mixtures of different races? And here Cnaeus Domitius Sincerus, a most accomplished man, my ancient and intimate friend, will pardon me
**** all who had the freedom of the city conferred on them by the same Cnaeus Pompeius; all of whom we now cite as favourable witnesses; and other virtuous men from Sardinia will pardon me; for I believe there are some such men there.

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