And so he is imitating the city at a most unhealthily time and he regards what disturbs a comfort. He says that he wants to take a wife, just as perverse also in these things as he is with others. Briefly, you will hear of the wedding of a mourner of an old man; of which the first is too soon and the second is too late. Do you ask from where I predict this? It is not because he declares it himself, than whom nothing is more deceitful but because it reclaims Regulus to be about to d o, whatever ought not to be alone. Farewell.