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Besides you have [[addition]] taken the [[/addition]] [[deletion]] set a [[/deletion]] heavy burden [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] [[addition]] upon yourself [[/addition]] [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] ^ [[addition]] of being educated. [[/addition]] ^ at Athens & ^ [[addition]] under the care [[/addition]] of Cratippus; to whom [[deletion]] if [[/deletion]] ^ [[addition]] when [[/addition]] you go as to a place of traffick for learning, it would be shamefull to return without being ^ [[addition]] im [[/addition]] proved, both unbecoming of the authority of the place & [[deletion]] of that of the master. [[/deletion]] Wherefore you ought as much as ^ [[addition]] is [[/addition]] in your power with a [[unclear]] possible [[deletion]] [[unclear]] [[/deletion]] (if learning can be called to apply yourself [[deletion]] as much as is [[/deletion]] labor, with ^ [[addition]] rather than [[/addition]] pleasure) [[deletion]] whether you commit [[/deletion]] improvements; nor let it ever be said [[deletion]] when [[/deletion]] that when everything has been so plentifully supply'd by me, you should miscarry by being wanting to yourself.