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[25] Meanwhile Cheirisophus was in possession of the bluffs, and Lycius, venturing a pursuit with his small squadron,1 had captured the straggling portion of the enemy's baggage train, and with it fine apparel and drinking cups.

1 Which numbered only fifty men (III. iii. 20).

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