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[125] There is another point to which I must call attention, namely the credit which accrues to the statement of facts from the authority of the speaker. Now such authority should first and foremost be the reward of our manner of life, but may also be conferred [p. 119] by our style of eloquence. For the more dignified and serious our style, the greater will be the weight that it will lend to our assertions.

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