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[94] Nay, even if too many figures have been used to permit us to take such a course, we may ask our opponents, if they [p. 435] have any confidence in the righteousness of their cause, to give frank and open expression to the charges which they have attempted to suggest by indirect hints, or at any rate to refrain from asking the judges not merely to understand, but even to believe things which they themselves are afraid to state in so many words.

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