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viris, dat. after placeret, which has for subject litteras . . . aperiri, etc.

deferrem, integral part of aperiri; otherwise it would probably be defers; see ยง 551, c (327, a); cf. 'B. 291, I ; G. 574; H. 605, 2 (520); H-B. 571,507, 4, a.

esse facturum governs the result clause ut . . . deferrem: we may translate, I said I would not fail to lay before the public council a matter touching the public danger before it had been tampered with (integram).

etenim . . . si, for if you see.

reperta . . . essent: in dir. disc. this would be reperta erunt.

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