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of the many falsehoods of which they spoke,there was one that especially amazed me.when they said that you should be upon yourguard, and not allow yourself to be deceived bythe force of my eloquence.to say this when this misstatement was certainlyto be detected as soon as I opened my lips andproving myself to be anything but a greatspeaker did indeed appear to me most shameless,unless by the force of eloquence, they mean theforce of truth.If this is what they meant then I admit that iam eloquent and in this way much different from their definition of eloquence
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