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quae (i.e. patria)... agit, she thus pleads with you.

annis: § 424, b (256,b); B. 231,1; G. 393, R.2; H. 417, I and 2 (379, I); H.-B. 440.

sociorum, i.e. the allied cities of the province of Africa, which Catiline had governed as pro-praetor, B.C. 67.

neglegandas implies only evasion; evertendas, violence.

leges et quaestiones, i.e. in his lawless career both as praetor in Rome and as pro-praetor in Africa.

superiora illa, those former crimes of yours.

me . . . esse, etc.: this and the two following infin. clauses (Catilinam timeri and nullum videri . . . consilium) are subjects of est ferendum; posse depends on videri.

quicquid increpuerit, subj. of integral part; § 593 (342); B. 324, I; G. 663, I; H. 652 (529, ii); H-B. 539.

abhorreat (subj. of characteristic), is inconsistent with.

hunc . . . eripe, rescue me from, etc. (lit. snatch it from me); § 381(229); B. 188, 2, d; G. 345, R.1; H. 429, 2 (386, 2); 14.-B. 371.

ne opprimar: § 515, a (306, a); B. 302,4; G. 595; 11.580 (508, 4); H.-B. 582, I.

aliquando, some time or other (implying impatience).

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