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§§ 39, 40. He will tell you, that he made me an offer to settle all the matters under dispute by arbitration. Why, an arbitration had been given, and more than once, in my favour. What motive could I have for disturbing the decision by appealing to another? It is by his insisting on an arbitrator's award that he holds all his present privileges.

Κόνωνι The grandson of the well-known general of that name.

οὔπω τέλος εἶχον ‘Which had received no judicial determination.’ Kennedy.

ἴσῳ ‘Impartial,’ Or. 55 §§ 9, 35.

τρὶς This does not clearly appear from the account in §§ 16, 17. One of the three cases meant may have been that before Xenippus, § 44.

πρὸς τὸν δ. § 11.

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