Select Orations of M. Tullius Cicero

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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. 1859 edition. Excerpt: ...& S. $ 212, Rem. 3. 2. Nocturna exeursione. Catiline left tho city on the previous night with 300 followers. Sail. Cat 32. 3. Gladiatores quam Hie putavit fore, fec., "The gladiators who he thought would be," fec. Here, though quam refers to gladiatores as its antecedent, it agrees with manum in its own clause. B. 99, Obs. 4.--A. & S. 206 (8): meliore animo sunt, "they are better disposed." B. 106, R. vii.--A. feS. 211, Eem. 6, or 245. iii. The gladiators, in order to be made harmless, were sent by Catiline to Capua and other municipia. SaLL Cat 30 ad fin. 1. Hominem (viz. Catiline), used instead of virum to express contempt. 5. Nunc (quod attinet ad) illos, "Now as to those." This is in imitation of a common Greek construction (Gr. Gr. 150, Obs. 7.). Illos, an important word, is here placed at the beginning of the sentence, and again brought back in its place by eos: moni tos (csse) eos, fec., "again and again I wish these to be warned." 6. Solutior, "Too remiss: " hoc cxspectavit, "it (viz. lenitas mea) was waiting for this," viz. ut, fec.--: --7. Quod reliquum est, "As to what remains." Quod has id for its antecedent in the same construction as illos above, Note 5.-8, Qui vero in urbe, &c., i. e., is qui--quicun que, "He who" (or "whoever "). Here is, the antecedent to qui, is the subject of sentict. Mil.--li Me uno togato duce et imperatore, "I alone in the garb of peace (viz. the toga) being your leader and general," i. e., this conspiracy would be quelled without his quitting Rome as consul at the head of an army. The consuls, before setting out on any military expedition, used more

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  • Paperback | 130 pages
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  • English
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