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[ 6 J Aristides, whom he did not know, to write his name on a shell for him. Do you know Aristides then asked he. No, replied the ignorant citizen. Has he injured you in any thing? enquired Aristides. No ; but whcrever I go I hear of nothing but of the justice of Aristides; and being weary of this repetition. I wish to have him banished. Aristides, without saying another word, took the shell and wrote his own name upon it. The assembly decreed that the unoffending Aristides should be banishcd for the excess of his justice. 2. Aristides's reply. Aristidcs having to judge a cause between two litigants, one of them repeated all the injurious language which his adversary had used respecting Aristides. Relate rather, good friend, said he, the injury he