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dearness of corn: if the same man knew, that a great many merchants were com [[deletion]] m [[/deletion]] ing thither from Alexandria with corn; should he tell this to the Rhodians or should he be silent & sell his own for as much as he can? We are now representing a wise & good man: and we are enquiring in what manner he would [[deletion]] we will seek about this deliberation & consultation [[/deletion]] [[addition]] deliberate [[/addition]] who would not [[deletion]] tell the [[/deletion]] [[addition]] conceal anything [[/addition]] ^ [[addition]] from the [[/addition]] Rhodians if he thought it shamefull; but he [[deletion]] will [[/deletion]] [[addition]] maybe [[/addition]] doubt whether it be shamefull or not.