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9. Cn. Octavius Cn. N., M. F. (Fasti Capit.), son of No. 7, was consul B. C. 76, with C. Scribonius Curio. He is described as a man of a mild temper, although he was a martyr to the gout, in consequence of which he appears to have lost the use of his feet. As an orator he was of little account. (Cic. Brut. 60, 62, de Fin. 2.28; Sall. Hist. ii. p. 205, ed. Gerl. min.; Obseq. 121.)

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