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slave, taking hold of me by the mantle behind, said: "Polemarchus bids you wait for him." I turned round and asked him where his master was. "There he is," said he, "coming on behind. Please wait for him."
" Well," said Glaucon, "we will wait."
And not long afterwards came Polemarchus and Adeimantus, the brother of Glaucon, and Niceratus, the son of Nicias,(5) and some others, apparentlyreturning from the procession. Then Polemarchus said: "Socrates, you seem to me to have started onyour return to the city."
" You do not make a bad guess," said I.
" Well, do you see," he said, "how many we are?"
" Why, certainly."
" Then," said he, "either prove yourselves strongerthan these, or stay here."
" Is there not then," said I, "an alternative left ;I mean the possibility of our persuading you thatyou ought to let us go?"
" Would you be able," he said, "to persuade us ifwe refuse to listen?"
" By no means," said Glaucon.
" Then rest assured that we are not going tolisten."
" But do you not know," said Adeimantus, "that

5. Niceratus, a wealthy and cultured Athenian, wasalso put to death by the Thirty. He was the son of Nicias, the famous but ill-fated general, who againsthis will and protest was leader of the fatal expeditionagainst Syracuse, and after surrendering his army to Gylippus was murdered by decree of the Syracusans, in the year 413.

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