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[37] Certamine vestro. This is to be understood both of Acontius and his rival, though, properly speaking, the former only was in fault. But as the addresses of the other were an obstruction to her being the wife of Acontius, and consequently both brought on her present illness, and retarded her recovery; he too is complained of, as contributing in part to her misfortune.

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