I was recently attempting to read (decipher is probably the better word at my level) a selection from Cicreo's Epistulae ad Atticum (7.2.7), and I have a question about the initial sentence of that passage: "de raudusculo Numeriano multum te amo." Having, after a bit of difficulty, discovered that radusculo means a small payment in coinage, and also that amo can mean "I am thankful"/"I am obliged", I realized that this sentence means something like: "Pertaining to Numerius' little payment in coin, I am much obliged to you." or "Regarding the payment of coin (due to?) Numerius, I thank you very much." Evidently, Atticus had paid off a debt owed by Cicero to one Numerius, prompting this statement of thanks. My question pertains to the case of the object pronoun in the sentence: tē. In this case, I believe that Cicero used the ablative of tu in order to convey an associative meaning ("to"/"with"), but I wanted to verify that with those who are more well versed than I; since tē is also the accusative of tu, and the proper use of case still eluding me, it crossed my mind that Cicero might have used the accusative here. Thanks in advance.