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Augustus, Chapter 55: Infamous libels.
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Even when some infamous libels against him were dispersed in the senate-house, neither was he [Note 1] disturbed, nor did he give himself much trouble to refute them. He would not so much as order an inquiry to be made after the authors; but only proposed, that, for the future, those who published libels, or lampoons, in a borrowed name, against any person, should be called to account. |
Note 1: he = Augustus