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[52] However, that no one may think me somewhat hasty in saying that two persons are as a rule involved in charges of adultery, I would point out that I would not assert that this is always the case. The woman alone may be accused of adultery with a person unknown: we may say, “Gifts were found in the house, and money from some unknown source, and love-letters whose destination cannot be ascertained.”

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