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Thus he spoke, and all heartily agreed to do1 as he said.

“Come then,” he continued, “since you agree with these suggestions, and first, let us leave men in charge of the beasts of burden and the wagons, each division appointing such of their number as are best suited to go with them; and let Gobryas have2 command of them in our place and be their guide;

1 The army accepts the proposal

2 The order of march

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