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1 CX. It will be a pleasure to me] “Fuerit mihi.” Some editions, as that of Langius, the Bipont, and Burnouf's, have fuerit mihi pretium. Something of the kind seems to be wanting. “"Res in bonis numeranda fuerit mihi."” Bernouf. Allen, who omits pretium, interprets, "Grata mihi egestas sit, quæ ad tuam, amicitiam confugiat;" but who can deduce this sense from the passage, unless he have pretium, or something similar, in his mind ?
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