Habemus senatus consultum in te, Catilina, vehemens et grave; acre iudicium habemus, et vires et consilium civitas nostra habet. Quid est, Catalina? Cur remanes? O di immortales! Discede nunc ex hac urbe cum mala manu sceleratorum; magno metu me liberabis, si omnes istos coniuratos tecum educes. Nisi nunc discedes, te cito eiciemus. Nihil in civitate nostra te delectare potest. Age, age! Deinde curre ad Manlium, istum amicum malum; te diu desideravit. Incipe nunc; para copias et gere bellum in civitatem! Breve tempore te omnesque tuos, hostes patriae, vincemus, et omnes vos poenas graves semper dabitis. We the senate have a decree against you, Cataline, harsh and serious; we have sharp judgment, our state has both power and counsel. What is this, Cataline? Why do you remain here? O immortal gods! Depart now from this town with the bad gang of criminals; you will free me from great fear, if you will lead out all your conspirators with you. Unless you depart now, we will throw you out of the city. Nothing is able to delight you in our city. Leave, leave! Then run to Manlius, that evil friend of yours; he has missed you for a long time. Begin now; prepare troops and wage war in the city. In a short time you and all your men, enemies of the country, we will conquer, and all of you will always pay grave punishments.