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49. But the conspirators who were present were not at all shaken in their opinion. They accepted1 the plan and prepared to send Peisander and other envoys to Athens, that they might manage the recall of Alcibiades and the overthrow of the democracy, and finally make Tissaphernes a friend of the Athenians.

1 The conspirators are unshaken. Peisander sent to Athens.

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