Credat who will

Let him believe it who will. Horace in 'Satires', 1. v. 100, refers to a Jew Apella who might be credulous enough to believe that at the entrance of the temple in Egnatia frankincense melts without fire. But, says Burke, no Jew would believe assignats to be as good as cash.

Note by A.J.Grieve, (MA) to the chapter Changes To Finance in Part Two of "Reflections On The Revolution"
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