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[3] For this reason he gave offence to most of his friends, who thought that he distrusted them, and Munatius, the most intimate of them all, he threw into a rage that was well nigh incurable. Hence Caesar also, when he wrote a discourse against Cato,1 dwelt most bitterly on this part of his denunciation.

1 See chapter xi. 4, and note.

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