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WALKER; R. LEA; CUTHELL AND MARTIN; J. NUNN;
MARCUS TULLIUS CICERO
SEVERAL OF HIS FRIENDS.
[A. U. 707.)
TO AULUS TORQUATUS. * ALTHOUGH
every one is apt, in these times of universal confusion, to regret his particular lot as singularly unfortunate, and to prefer any situation to his own, yet undoubtedly a man of patriot-senti
* Cicero mentions him in other parts of his writings, as a man of singular merit; and one to whose generous offices he had been greatly indebted during the persecution he suffered from Clodius. In the year 701, Torquatus was advanced to the prætorship, after which nothing material occurs con