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[5] The rest of the company, then, who already saw the end of Mithridates and his hapless fate, bowed their faces towards the ground; and their host said: ‘My good Mithridates, let us eat and drink now, revering the good genius of the king, and let us waive discourse that is too weighty for us.’

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