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[6] And on the death of Philip,1 he was opposed to the peoples offering sacrifices of glad tidings; for it was an ignoble thing, he said, to rejoice thereat, and the force which had been arrayed against them at Chaeroneia was diminished by only one person.

1 19In 336 B.C. See the Demosthenes, chapter xxii.

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