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[2] Moreover, of his public orations, those against Androtion1 and Timocrates2 and Aristocrates3 were written for others to pronounce, before he had as yet entered public life; for it appears that these speeches were produced when he was twenty-seven or twenty-eight years of age. But he himself delivered the speech against Aristogeiton,4 as well as the one ‘On the Immunities,’ 5 at the instance, as he himself says, of Ctesippus the son of Chabrias, but as some say, because he was wooing the mother of this young man.

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