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§§ 39, 40. We have never seen the ship that was mortgaged to us from the day we lent you the money, though you say she is ‘all right’; she put in at Rhodes and was overhauled, and so was made tight. Then why did she not come to Athens? It was not for want of many urgent requests on our part.

παρέσχηκας This seems one of the Ionic forms, like τετύχηκα, formed as from (σχέω) σχήσω, (τυχέω) τυχήσω. See Or. 40 § 54.

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