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[3] For it is clearly my duty to spare no pains in moulding the character of my august pupils, that they may earn the deserved approval of the most righteous of censors. The same applies to their intellectual [p. 5] training, for I would not be found to have disappointed the expectations of a prince pre-eminent in eloquence as in all other virtues.

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