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[110] Munus in exilio quodlibet esse tuli. Heinsius thinks this verse ought to be read, “Et minus exilio quodlibet esse tuli:

That is, as he explains it, 'I preferred a banishment with you to all the pleasures of life, of which I had so fair a prospect.' He confirms this conjecture, by citing abundance of similar passages. It is certain we have no other authority for the vulgar reading, than the single manuscript of Padua.

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