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“If you start now,” said Cyrus, “when shall you reach home?”

“The day after to-morrow,” answered Gadatas, “I shall dine in my own land.”

“But you do not think, do you, that you will find the Assyrian already there?” said Cyrus.

“Nay, I am sure of it,” he replied; “for he will make haste while he thinks you are still far away.”

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