Di tibi, si qua pios respectant numina, si quid Usquam iustitiae est et mens sibi conscia recti, Praemia digna ferant.
John Conington's translation:
A mind conscious of its own rectitude.Like you, an alien in a land unknown,
I learn to pity woes so like my own."May Heaven, if virtue claim its thought,
If justice yet avail for aught;
Heaven, and the sense of conscious right,
With worthier meed your acts requite!"