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Mart. 6, 7: nubit decimo viro; also Beck, as above cited. Transigitur. Properly a business phrase. The business is done up, brought to an end. So A. 34: transigite cum expeditionibus. Ultra, sc. primum maritum. So the ellipsis might be supplied. Ultra here is equivalent to longior in the next clause, as T. often puts the adverb in place of the adjective, whether qualifying or predicate.

Transigite cum expeditionibus: imponite quinquaginta annis magnum diem: approbate reipublicae nunquam exercitui imputari potuisse aut moras belli aut causas rebellandi." XXXV. Et alloquente adhuc Agricola, militum ardor eminebat, et finem orationis ingens alacritas consecuta est, statimque ad arma discursum.

By the valor and favoring auspices of the Roman Empire. War was formerly carried on auspiciis Populi Rom. But after Augustus, auspiciis Imperatoris or Imperii Rom. Expeditionibus proeliis. Terminos. Cf. Fama, rumore. Synonyms. Also castris, armis. Cf. note, 30. Vota aperto. In frontem. Antith. to fugientibus. Hence==progredientibus. Hodie. To-day, i.e. in our present circumstances of prosperity.

Cum autem relatum sit oratores nulli labore parcere in sacris expeditionibus peragendis, et in proximorum conversione, Christianaque institutione curanda, et idcirco a pluribus Antistibus commendentur, visum est SSmo Domino magis expedire eos a præfata Congregatione eximi, ut in sacri ministerii opera promovenda sub directione Antistitum locorum incumbere possint.

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