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rewards & promises to pass over to the Enemy and he tells him what he whould have done. This man came to them as a deserter he lays before them the fears of the Romans he shows how hard Casar himself was pressed by the Veneti that it would be no longer than the next night Sabinus would privately draw his troops out of the Camp & March to Casar's assistance. Which being he and they all cried out that the opportunity of successfully carring on the affair should not be lost: that they ought to go to the Camp. Many things encouraged the Gauls in this resolution: the serve of Sabinus for some days past the confermation brought them by the des^ [[addition]] er [[/addition]] ter in the want of provisions of which they had taken very little care; the hopes of the war with the Veneti;