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For these are the properties of this virtue, to fear nothing, to despise all human things, to think nothing intolerable which happens to man. Therefore what did he do? he came into the Senate, he told them his message; he refused to give his advise as a Senator; for as long. as he was held by his oath to the Enemy, he said, he was not a Senator. And he said that he [[deletion]] thought it was [[unclear]] [[addition]] would [[unclear]] usefully [[/addition]] to [[/deletion]] thought it would be unforgivable to [[addition]] restore [[/addition]] [[unclear]] captives; for that they were men & good Generals that he


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