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[50] In the first place, we have as witnesses against him the decrees issued by the Council, and that of the people, stating expressly—“Decree“in regard to those whom Agoratus has denounced.”” In the second place, the judgement passed on him when he was acquitted under the Thirty says expressly—“DECISION“in as much as his report has been approved as true.”” Read them, please.“Decrees”“Decision”“”

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