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" When you have heard all, determine; prejudge not before. And let none think I delay our operations, because I recommend an entirely new force. Not those that cry, quickly! today! speak most to the purpose; (for what has already happened we shall not be... "
Greek orators - Page 244
edited by - 1903
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The Olynthiac: And Other Public Orations of Demosthenes

Demosthenes - Rhetoric, Ancient - 1852 - 312 pages
...avail themselves of it. I Hi poma cadunt qui poma sub arbore quserit. THE ORATIONS OF DEMOSTHENES. forthwith, making only one request, men of Athens....escape annoyance in future. This I think I am able to show, without offence to any other man who has a plan to offer. My promise indeed is large ; it...
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The Olynthiac and other public orations of Demosthenes

Demosthenes - Literary Criticism - 1852 - 312 pages
...all, determine; prejudge not before. And let none think I delay our operations, because I recommend au entirely new force. Not those that cry, quickly !...escape annoyance in future. This I think I am able to show, without offence to any other man who has a plan to offer. My promise indeed is large ; it...
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The Olynthiac and other public orations of Demosthenes, Volume 1

Demosthenes - Literary Criticism - 1857
...have heard all, determine ; prejudge not before. And let none think I delay our operations, because 1 recommend an entirely new force. Not those that cry,...escape annoyance in future. This I think I am able to show, without offense to any other man who has a plan to offer. My promise indeed is large ; it...
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The works of Demosthenes, tr., with notes by C.R. Kennedy, Volume 5

1863
...seeking to waste time t interpose delay. It is not those who cry " to-day ! " • " immediately ! " who speak most to the purpose : for what has already happened...shall not be able to prevent by our present armament : no ; the most serviceable speaker is he, *ho can show what force provided now will be capable of...
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The Olynthiac and Other Public Orations of Demosthenes

Demosthenes - 1891 - 292 pages
...necessaries, I shall endeavour to inform you forthwith, making only one request, men of Athens. 'Whan you have heard all, determine; prejudge not before....escape annoyance in future. This I think I am able to show, without offence to any other man who has a plan to oifer. My promise indeed is large; it shall...
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Orations Against Macartatus, Leochares, Stephanus I, Stephanus Ii, Euergus ...

Demosthenes - 1897
...seeking to waste time or interpose delay. It is not those who cry " to-day ! " " immediately ! " who speak most to the purpose : for what has already happened...shall not be able to prevent by our present armament : no ; the most serviceable speaker is he, who can show what force provided now will be capable of...
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Orations of Demosthenes: translated by Charles Rann Kennedy, with a critical ...

Demosthenes - 1900 - 245 pages
...speediest method (in my judgment) of providing all the necessaries, I shall endeavour to inform you forthwith, making only one request, men of Athens....escape annoyance in future. This I think I am able to show without offence to any other man who has a plan to offer. My promise indeed is large; it shall...
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Orations: Greek orators

Speeches, addresses, etc - 1900
...speediest method (in my judgment) of providing all the necessaries, I shall endeavor to inform you forthwith, making only one request, men of Athens....escape annoyance in future. This I think I am able to show, without offence to any other man who has a plan to offer. My promise indeed is large; it shall...
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A Library of Universal Literature: Greek orators.- v. 2. Roman orators.- v ...

Speeches, addresses, etc - 1900
...think I delay our operations, because I recommend an entirely new force. Not those that cry, quickly I to-day! speak most to the purpose (for what has already...escape annoyance in future. This I think I am able to show, without offence to any other man who has a plan to offer. My promise indeed is large; it shall...
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The world's great masterpieces: history, biography, science, philosophy ...

Harry Thurston Peck, Frank Richard Stockton, Nathan Haskell Dole, Julian Hawthorne, Caroline Ticknor - Literature - 1901
...speediest method (in my judgment) of providing all the necessaries, I shall endeavor to inform you forthwith, making only one request, men of Athens....escape annoyance in future. This I think I am able to show, without offence to any other man who has a plan to offer. My promise indeed is large ; it...
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