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[5] For no respite from the war would be secure and lasting, he said, except it be based on just and equal rights. Moreover, he gave them thirty days for deliberation, and when the ambassadors were gone, he immediately withdrew his forces from the country.1

1 There is nothing of this withdrawal of forces in Livy (ii. 39).

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