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Page 290 - It yearns me not if men my garments wear; Such outward things dwell not in my desires. But if it be a sin to covet honour, I am the most offending soul alive.
Page 368 - I will not confirm an office so that a man hold it before he have passed his audit for another office, whether one of the nine Archons, or sacred Recorder, or whatever offices are. balloted for this day with the nine Archons, — whether herald, or ambassador, or deputies.1 ' I will not vote that the same man hold the same office twice, nor that the same man hold two offices in the same year. 'I will receive no gifts on account of my service in court, — neither myself nor any other man or woman...
Page 222 - one of the forbidden words,' ie one of the words for which a man might be prosecuted for libel if he applied it to another. 39. OUK aua-yopeueiv 'does not forbid.' 'The infinitive in 24 indirect discourse regularly has oí, not iaˇ, to retain the negative of the direct discourse ; but some exceptions occur.'— Goodwin, § 283, 3.
Page 342 - The frequency of conviction for peculation among public men at Athens has been commented on by Boeckh, p. 194 sq., who quotes Polybius (vi. 56), 'but if in Greece the State entrusts to any one only a talent, and if it has ten checking clerks, and as many seals and twice as many witnesses, it cannot ensure his honesty.' See Wayte on Dem. 608. 204. iv TW irapovn