I almost missed this:
Ad mortem te, Catilina, duci iussu consulis iam pridem oportebat, in te conferri pestem quam tu in nos omnis iam diu machinaris.
"You, Catiline, ought to have been led to your death by order of the consul long ago; you ought to have the evil that you so long plotted against all of us conferred upon you."
Why the *present* infinitive "duci" to refer to past (i.e. "pridem") action? Does it ...