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"The Emperor Nepos was acknowledged by the Senate, by the Italians, and by the Provincials of "Gaul; his moral virtues, and military talents, were loudly celebrated; and those who derived any private benefit from his government, announced in prophetic strains the restoration of public felicity.
"By this shameful abdication, he protracted his life
" a few years, in a very ambiguous state, between
an Emperor and an Exile, till
Gibbon's Decline and Fall, vol. 6, p. 220.