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[13] No, these great men regarded all those trifles that the most abject natures regard as [p. 163] advantageous, as being contemptible if weighed in the balance with virtue, and for this reason they have their reward in the deathless praise of all generations. Let not us, then, be so poor spirited as to regard the acts, which we extol, as being inexpedient.

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