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The Roman army, elated with success, and enriched with plunder, passed the night in exultation. The Britons, on the other hand, wandered about, uncertain which way to turn, helpless and disconsolate. The mingled cries of men and women filled the air with lamentations. It is a fact well authenticated, that some laid violent hands upon their wives and children, determined with savage compassion to end their misery.

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