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Magna dis inmortalibus habenda est atque huic ipse Iovi Statori, antiquissimo custodi huius urbis, gratia, quod hanc tam taetram, tam horribilem tamque infestam rei publicae pestem totiens iam effugimus
A great gratitude must be held to the immortal gods and to this Jupiter Stator himself, the most ancient guard of this city, because we so often already have escaped, this threat to the republic so horrible so filthy so hostile.
Non est saepius in uno homine summa salus periclitanda rei publicae.
saepius = comparative adv
The highest safety of the republic is not often to be risked on one man.
Quamdiu mihi consuli designato, Catalina, insidiatus es, non publico me praesidio, sed privata diligentia defendi.
publico praesidio = AM
For as long as you, Cataline, have been lieing in ambush for me the console designate, I have been defending myself not by means of a public defense, but by private efforts.
Cum proximis comitiis consularibus me consulem in campo et competitores tuos interficere voluisti, compressi conatus tuos nefarios amicorum praesidio et copiis nullo tumultu publice concitato (FPP); denique, quotienscumque me petisti, per me tibi obstiti, quamquam videbam perniciem meam cum magna calamitate rei publicae esse coniunctam.
When you in the most recent consular elections desired to kill me the console and your competitors in the field, I repressed your nefarious plans by means of the guard and troops of friends with no tumult having been publically incited; at last however often you sought me I have blocked you on my own, although I saw my destruction to be conjoined with great calamity for the republic.
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