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"As soon as they had made sure of the truth of the matter, the soothsayers said that she would give birth to a boy, who would cause the death of both is father and his mother; and that after he had wandered in exile through many lands this boy would eventually rise to the highest honour," Part One, p. 54.

"The spirit of discord is, however, perpetually on the watch for a chance to put an end to a state of prosperity," Part Two, p. 90.

"Then they promoted in his place his brother Elidurus, who was afterwards called the Dutiful because of the compassion which he showed to Archgallo," Part Two, p. 103.

"All the same, unless I am mistaken, they have become very degenerate when compared with us, and they can know nothing at all about modern warfare, living as they do beyond the deep sea and quite cut...

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