This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 edition. Excerpt: ... left undone what I ought to have done in my dealings with you--well, I will humour you and free my heart from that anxiety ...Read MoreThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1912 edition. Excerpt: ... left undone what I ought to have done in my dealings with you--well, I will humour you and free my heart from that anxiety, but I shall count myself still deeper in your debt, because your kindness to me has far exceeded mine to you. Please send me news of everything you see or gather and of all that is being done;.and urge all your friends to support my return. Sestius' bill does not pay sufficient regard to dignity or caution. The proposal should mention me by name, and contain a carefully worded clause about my property. Please pay attention to that point. Thessalonica, Oct. 4. XXI CICERO TO ATTICUS, GREETING. It is just thirty days from the date of this letter Thessaldsince I had any news from you. My intentions are, idea, Oct. 28, as I have said before, to go to Epirus, and to await B.c. 58 my fate there rather than anywhere else. I must beg you to inform me quite openly of anything you notice, whether for good or for bad, and, as you suggest, to send letters in my name to every one to whom you think it necessary. October 28. XXII CICERO ATT1CO SAL. Scr. partim Etsi diligenter ad me Quintus frater et Piso, quae Thes'sa-essent acta, scripserant, tamen vellem tua te lomcae, par-Occupatio non impedisset, quo minus, ut consuesti, ad tim Dyrrachi.-. iu-j-i.ii-v. vrK-r. me, quid ageretur, et quid intellegeres, perscriberes. 696 e adnuc Plancius liberalitate sua retinet iam ali quotiens conatum ire in Epirum. Spes homini est iniecta non eadem quae mihi, posse nos una decedere; quam rem sibi magno honori sperat fore. Sed iam, cum adventare milites dicentur, faciendum nobis erit, ut ab eo discedamus. Quod cum faciemus, ad te statim mittemus, ut scias, ubi simus. Lentulus suo in nos officio, quod et re et promissis et litteris declarat, spem...Read Less
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