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He is never less at leisure than when at leisure.
De Officiis. iii. 1.
Cicero
Harvard Classics, Vol. 9, Part 3
 
Letters
 
Cicero
 
The epistles of the great orator and politician offer both personal insight and policy initiative.
 
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CONTENTS
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NEW YORK: P.F. COLLIER & SON COMPANY, 1909–14
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2001
 
 
Introductory Note
  1. To Atticus (At Athens)
  2. To Atticus (At Athens)
  3. To Cn. Pompeius Magnus
  4. To Atticus (In Epirus) (A I, 17)
  5. To Terentia, Tulliola, and Young Cicero (At Rome)
  6. To His Brother Quintus (On His Way to Rome)
  7. To Atticus (In Epirus)
  8. To His Brother Quintus (In Sardinia)
  9. To Atticus (Returning from Epirus)
  10. To L. Lucceius
  11. To M. Fadius Gallus
  12. To M. Marius (At Cumæ)
  13. To His Brother Quintus (In the Country)
  14. To His Brother Quintus (In Britain)
  15. To P. Lentulus Spinther (In Cilicia)
  16. To C. Trebatius Testa (In Gaul)
  17. To Atticus (At Rome)
  18. To M. Porcius Cato (At Rome)
  19. To Atticus (In Epirus)
  20. M. Porcius Cato to Cicero (In Cilicia)
  21. To M. Porcius Cato (At Rome)
  22. To Tiro (At Patræ)
  23. To L. Papirius Pætus (At Naples)
  24. To L. Papirius Pætus (At Naples)
  25. To L. Papirius Pætus (At Naples)
  26. To Aulus Cæcina (In Exile)
  27. Servius Sulpicius to Cicero (At Astura)
  28. To Servius Sulpicius Rufus (In Achaia)
  29. To Atticus (At Rome)
  30. To Atticus (At Rome)
  31. To Atticus (At Rome)
  32. To Atticus (At Rome)
  33. To C. Trebatius Testa (At Rome)
  34. M. Cicero (The Younger) to Tiro
  35. Quintus Cicero to Tiro
  36. To M. Iunius Brutus (In Macedonia)


 
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