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1

quae cum ita sint, ...

Since these things are so, ...

2

... nōlīte timēre nē in hōc scelere tam nefandō seuēriōrēs fuisse uideāminī.

... do not fear that in this crime (that is) so impious you will seem to have been too harsh.

3

multō magis est timendum nē, remissiōne poenae, crūdēlēs in patriam fuisse uideāmur.

[By] much more it is to be feared that, by a relaxation of the penalty, we will seem cruel to the commonwealth.

4

hoc, inquam, magis est uerendum quam nē nimis uehementēs in acerbissimōs hostīs fuisse uideāmur.

This, I say, is more to be feared than that we will seem too intense against (our) bitterest enemies.

5

sed audiō, patrēs cōnscrīptī, uōcēs eōrum quī uerērī uidentur ...

But I hear, conscript fathers, the voices of those who seem to fear ...

6

... ut habeam satis praesidī ad cōnsilia uestra trānsigenda.

... that I don’t have enough of a guard for accomplishing your advice [lit. plural].

7

omnia et prōuīsa et parāta et cōnstitūta sunt, patrēs cōnscrīptī, ...

All things have been taken care of and prepared and decided, conscript fathers, ...

8

... cum meā summā cūrā atque dīligentiā, ...

... both by my utmost care and diligence, ...

9

... tum maximā populī Rōmānī uoluntāte ...

... and by the greatest will of the Roman people, ...

10

... ad summum imperium retinendum ...

... for holding on to supreme power ...

11

... et ad commūnīs fortūnās cōnseruandās.

... and for preserving the common fortunes.

12

omnēs adsunt omnium ōrdinum hominēs, omnium generum, omnium dēnique aetātum;

All the people are standing by, of all the orders, of all kinds, and in fact of all ages;

13

plēnum est forum, plēna templa circum forum, ...

the forum is full, the temples around the forum are full, ...

14

... plēnī omnēs aditūs huius templī ac locī.

... full are all the approaches of this temple and of this place.

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