In Latinum (Cicero) for Academies and High Schools

In Latinum (Cicero) for Academies and High Schools

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1901 edition. Excerpt: ...Catiline had remained in the cityI would not have freed you from danger with so great ease. 5. They wouldhave taken away from you all hope if they had killed the consul. 6. The deeds which I have done are worthy of memory. 7. I remember that in the consulship of Cotta and Torquatus the images of the gods were thrown down. 8. The Romans with their wives and children will always celebrate the day on which the city was saved from destruction. 9. I ask of you nothing except that you withdraw from the city. 10. I hope these dissensions of which I have spoken will be settled not by war, but by a restoration of harmony. 11. I shall accomplish this, that the plans formed against the state shall be brought to light. 12. Jupiter is our guardian, fellow-citizens, and the city cannot be harmed. 13. The consul who has saved the lives of his fellowcitizens is worthy of praise. 14. I hoped that you would resist this man if he remained in the city. 15. Although I have many enemies, I shall not neglect your safety. FOURTH ORATION AGAINST CATILINE. CHAPTER I. Apodosis in Simple Conditional Sentences: A. 306 a; B. 302 4; G. 595; H. 581. Genitive with Verbs of Remembering and Forgetting: A. 219; B. 206; G. 376; H. 454. A. 1. If you are anxious regarding my danger, lay aside your fear (timor). 2. The consul has never been forgetful of the dignity of the Roman people. 3. Is it possible that harm should be done (nocere) to me who have saved you from a most terrible slaughter? 4. I see, conscript fathers, that you are forgetful of your own safety. 5. I shall cheerfully endure all bitterness provided that the Roman people may be rescued from danger. 6. If Italy has been rescued from war and devastation, let us rejoice. B. If you will turn your eyes upon me, ..
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  • Paperback | 26 pages
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  • English
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  • 9781236938909