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are some people coming to seek me. They are envoys, bearing sacks bulging with money. Cleon Hearing money mentioned Cleon turns his head, and the Sausage-Seller seizes the opportunity to snatch away the stewed hare. Where, where, I say? Sausage-Seller Bah! What's that to you? Will you not even now let the strangers alone? Dear Demos, do you see this stewed hare which I bring you? Cleon Ah! rascal! you have shamelessly robbed me. Sausage-Seller You have robbed too, you robbed the Laconians at Pylos. Demos Please tell me, how did you get the idea to filch it from him? Sausage-Seller The idea comes from the goddess; the theft is all my own. Cleon And I had taken such trouble to catch this hare and I was the one who had it cooked. Demos to Cleon Get you gone! My thanks are only for him who served it. Cleon Ah! wretch! you have beaten me in impudence! Sausage-Seller Well then, Demos, say now, who has treated you best, you and your stomach? Decide! Demos How shall I act here so that the spe