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[35] ‘“Since you yourselves have sold yourselves for flatteries and poisoned gifts.”’

Are those men depraved and corrupted, who have been persuaded to pursue a most detestable enemy with most righteous war? ‘“But you say, you are bringing assistance to troops who are hemmed in. I have no objection to their being saved, and departing wherever you wish, if they only allow that man to be put to death who has deserved it.”’

How very kind of him! The soldiers availing themselves of the liberality of Antonius have deserted their general, and have fled in alarm to his enemy; and if it had not been for them, Dolabella, in offering the sacrifice which he did to the shade of his general, would not have been beforehand with Antonius in propitiating the spirit of his colleague by a similar offering.

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