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without being disturb'd. Which when it was commonly talked by every boy, a certain Pythias, who was a money scrivener at Syracuse, said to him, that he had no such [[deletion]] a [[/deletion]] place to sell, but that he desired him to make use of it as if it was his own; & at the same time invited him to come & sup with him the next day. Which when he had promis'd he would, then Pythius, who, as he dealt in money, was most agreable to all orders of men, called for some fishermen to come to him, & desired them that they would fish the next before his garden, & told them what he would have them do. Canius came at the time