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He then dismissed the council; and assembling the soldiers, put them in mind of what advantage their steadiness and zeal had been to Caesar at Corfinium, and how serviceable towards the conquest of the greatest part of Italy. " It was you," said he, "that gave the example, and all the municipal towns soon followed: their submission to Caesar was your work; and therefore it is not without reason
either by land or sea? Can you think of abandoning a cause conducted by such
leaders, and attended with such success; to followthe fortune of those who
so ignominiously delivered up Corfinium, relinquished Italy, surrendered Spain, and have already sustained
considerable losses in the African war? I never pretended to more than being
a follower of Caesar: it was you that honoured me wi