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S.A. Bent, comp.  Familiar Short Sayings of Great Men.  1887.
Clement I.
        [Bishop of Rome; succeeded Linus, A.D. 67, or Anacletus, 91; supposed to be the Clement to whom St. Paul refers as his fellow-laborer; died, according to Eusebius, 100, and is reckoned among the martyrs.]
We are in the same boat.
          To the church of Corinth, on the occasion of a dissension. The letter from which this is taken is still extant, and is prized as an important memorial of the early Church.

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