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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-788

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e general literature department the king sent for the chiefs and demanded of them guides to point out where the enemies' camp ay They how- ever urged him to wait for the rest of his army for they feared they said that if they pushed on too fast the Saracens would escape for it would be impossible to stop the flight of such an enormous host The king however though he was well aware that the few troops with him were without food and needed repose yet threatened them with summary punishment if they did not at once eomp' with his orders Then one of them the oldest of them present spoke as follows King said he 'we must not disobey your orders but we implore you not to forget the safety alike of your own person and of your army When these things had been done and the whole of Gaul had been subdued the nations which dwelt beyond the Rhine sent ambassadors to Caesar to sue for peace Once having set out from Brundisium with his wife and children for Greece he was overtaken by great storm and the ship was wrecked on solitary rock Cicero said that he would expel Cataline from the city and thereby rescue the citizens from the sword the city from fire Claudius lived sometimes at Rome sometimes at Athens The wise man does nothing unwittingly You and your mother think this dp not ncjtl 9rncfo IX Translate 17 Tu ne qua manus se attollere nobis tergo possit custodi et consule longe Haec ego vasta dabo et Jato te limite ducam Sic memorat vocemque premit simul ense superbum Rhamnetem aggreditur qui forte tapetibus akis
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