Session III 04-29 May 2751
Senate action for 4 May through 29 May 2751 as posted in the “old Tabularium” This is posted in place of a Tribunes report that has yet to be found. Tiberius Galerius Paulinus, Censor 8 August 2761 A.V.C.
4 May 2751
1. Appointment of Lucius Equitius Cincinnatus as Praetor urbanus
Date: 4 May 1998
Si vales, valeo,
Felix anniversarius 2751 auc
After our meeting in the forum last night I looked through the consitution and determined that I would best serve as a Praetor. As a member of Legio XX (admittedly only a miles gregarius) I would use imperium judiciously. Politically, I am an open minded conservative comitted to the mos maiorum," Festina lente". Civilly and criminally, I would not condone frivolous prosecutions. But, don't be in the wrong. As a husband and father I believe that I have a balanced sense of compassion and discipline. So please consider my application for Praetor favorably. If you have any questions please email me.
Vale, Lucius Equitius Cincinnatus
Quoth F.Vedius Germanicus: "I would like to propose that we install Lucius Equitius Cincinnatus as Praetor. His email is attached and I think he'd be a fine addition to the ranks of Magistrates"
2. Diplomatic Recognition of Corvinia
(Proposed by Flavius Vedius Germanicus 5/23/98. No voting deadline. Approved with no dissenting votes 5/26/98.) I am pleased to announce that I received the following email this afternoon. I would urge the Senate to voice its approval for the issuance of a reciprocal statement.
Quoted Message Follows: It is the pleasure of this ministry to inform you that HCH Prince Peter I Ravn has instructed us to transmit to you the following brief statement of Corvinia's diplomatic position with regard to Nova Roma:
"Moved by deep respect for the traditions and accomplishments of the Rome that was, and impressed by the commitment and honourable intentions of the New Rome, I hereby fully and formally acknowledge that Corvinia recognizes the sovereignty and independence of the Republic of Nova Roma. I offer my heartiest support in your endeavour, and my hopes that this recognition may ensure that the amity that is growing between our two nations continues to prosper.
With sincere respects to the assembled fathers of the Senate and to the people of New Rome,
Peter I Ravn, Prince of Corvinia."
The Foreign Ministry is pleased to add its own best wishes to this message.
With warmest regards,
The Foreign Ministry of the Sovereign Principality of Corvinia
3.Diplomatic Recognition of the Republic of Porto Claro
(Proposed by Flavius Vedius Germanicus 5/29/98. No voting deadline. Approved with no dissenting votes 5/29/98.)