Letters to Atticus/3.21

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Translated by Evelyn Shuckburgh

To Atticus at Rome[edit]

Thessalonica, 28 October 58 BC[edit]

It is exactly thirty days to the writing of this letter since I have heard from you. Well, my present intention is, as I have told you, to go into Epirus and there by preference to await whatever may turn up. I beg you to write to me with the utmost openness whatever you perceive to be the state of the case, and whether it is for good or evil, and also to send a letter, as you say, in my name to whomsoever you think it necessary.

28 October.