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officer and by him are hated.
 See "Mem." I. i. 7.
 Or, "the crew must row the livelong day . . ."
 For an instance see "Hell." VI. ii. 27, Iphicrates' periplus.
 Or, "one set of boatswains." See Thuc. ii. 84. For the duties of
the Keleustes see "Dict. Gk. Rom. Ant." s.v. portisculus; and for
the type of captain see "Hell." V. i. 3, Teleutias.
Generals, too, will differ (he proceeded), the one sort from the
other, in this very quality. Here you have a leader who, incapable of
kindling a zest for toil and love of hairbreadth 'scapes, is apt to
engender in his followers that base spirit which neither deigns nor