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"All our power is situate in the mind and in the body.Of the mind we rather employ the government;of the body the service."
Conspiracy of Catiline. Ch. I

"Will you not, then, awake to action? Behold that liberty, that liberty for which you have so often wished, with wealth, honor, and
glory, are set before your eyes."
Conspiracy of Catiline. Ch. XX

"In Rome, at the same time, Lentulus, in pursuance of Catiline's directions, was endeavoring to gain over, by his own agency or that of others, all whom he thought adapted, either by principles or circumstances, to promote an insurrection; and not citizens only, but every description
of men who could be of any service in war."
Conspiracy of Catiline. Ch. XXXIX



"We have luxury and avarice; public distress, and private superfluity; we extol wealth, and yield to indolence; no distinction is made between good...

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