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begun to stomach it. But what could he do? for Aquillius, my friend & college had not then made [[deletion]] the [[/deletion]] [[addition]] his [[/addition]] laws about for when I ask'd him what was that ^ [[addition]] aolus malus [[/addition]] bad deceit, he answered when one pretends one thing & acts another. Wherefore both Pythius & all those who pretend one thing & [[deletion]] say another [[/deletion]] ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ [[addition]] do another [[/addition]] are perfidious, wicked, & malitious. Therefore nothing can be usefull, when tinctur'd with ^ [[addition]] or defil'd so many [[/addition]] vices. [[image]]