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[4] The last thing that he could do, however, was to hold his peace, and driven on by his knowledge of the affair, he made his way somehow to Valerius, attracted especially by the affable and kindly ways of the man.1 For he was easily accessible to all the needy, always kept open house, and never refused to hear or help one of the lowly.

1 Vindicius laid the matter before the consuls, according to Livy, ii. 4, 6.

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