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And again in his taunting reply to the later querulous complaints of both the parties: “If openly I must reprove the people,
Never in the dreams of sleep could they have seen
The things that they have now . . .
While all the greater and the mightier men
Might praise me and might deem me as a friend;
for had another,

Solon Fr. 37 he says, “won this office,
He had not checked the people nor refrained,
Ere he had churned and robbed the milk of cream;
But I as it were betwixt their armed hosts
A frontier-post did stand.

Solon Fr. 37

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