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non fuit, etc., that was not the reason, contradicting the ironical statements just made; the real reason is given in the clause introduced by sed.

cur . . . censeret: ยง 575, b (334, b); B. 300, 2; G. 467; cf. H. 642,3(523, ii, I,N.); H-B. 513, 2.

ferendam, should be (proposed to the people to be) voted.

reconciliatue: Pompey had lately renewed friendly relations with Clodius.

delegit: the choice of the judices was left to Pompey.

neque . . . hoc cogitavit, he had no such idea.

non, etc., for my influence is not limited to my personal friendships.

potuit . . . non, could not but

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