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DCLII (F XVI, 19)

TO TIRO (AT ROME)
TUSCULUM (AUGUST)
I am anxious to hear from you on many points, but much more to see you in person. Restore me Demetrius's friendship, 1 and anything else you can that is worth having. I don't say a word to stir you up about the Aufidian debt: I know you are looking after it. But settle the business. If that is what is detaining you, I accept the excuse; if it is not, fly to me. I am very anxious for a letter from you. Good-bye.


1 Demetrius (see p.317) seems not to have been satisfied with Cicero's reception of him.

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