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PLUTARCH

their clothes in his path and kissed his hands-honours rarely accorded by the Romans of those days to their commandersin-chief.
Before entering political life he was anxious to travel and learn something of Asia Minor, and to see the life, habits, and resources of each province. The following was his method of travel. At dawn he sent his cook and baker in advance to the place where he intended to stay. They entered the town in question in an orderly and quiet way, and, if Cato had no friends or acquaintance there, prepared his reception at an inn, without inconveniencing any one. If there was no inn they applied to the magistrates and accepted contentedly the hospitality provided. As they employed neither bluster nor threats in their proceedings they were often disbelieved and ignored, and had to return to Cato without achieving their task. Still less attention was paid to Cato. His appearance, as he sat quietly on his luggage, gave the impression of a humble and timid individual. However, he used to summon the magistrates and say : Rascals, change your inhospitable ways. All your visitors will not be Catos. Blunt by courtesy the sharp edge of the authority of those who only desire an excuse to take by force what has not been willingly given.
Deiotarus, the King of Galatia, sent for Cato. He was old and wished to put his children and house under Cato's protection. When Cato came the king offered him all sorts of presents, but his entreaties and persuasions so irritated Cato, that arriving in the evening he left about g a.m. on the following day. After a day's journey he found even greater presents waiting for him in Pessinus with a letter from the king begging him to accept them, or, if he did not wish this, to allow his friends to do so ; they deserved some gratification for his sake, and Cato's private means were not sufficient to provide it. But Cato would not assent even to this, though he saw some of his friends weakening and privately criticizing him. Declaring that bribery would never lack a pretext and that his friends should share

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