[141d] "> many ere now who, having desired sovereignty, and endeavored to secure it, with the idea of working for their good, have lost their lives by plots which their sovereignty has provoked. And I expect you are not unacquainted with certain events ““of a day or two ago,””Hom. Il. 2.303 when Archelaus, the monarch of Macedonia, was slain1 by his favorite, who was as much in love with the monarchy as Archelaus was with him, and who killed his lover
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