Can someone translate this for me? (Latin to English)

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  1. Lou Newbie

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    Omnibus praesentes literas visuris
    salutem in domino
    Disce Literis Nos ad id muneris summa Reipublicae authoritate delegati testamur Dilectum nobis

    John Smith

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    I don't know what that means. Unfortunately, google doesn't have a latin to english translation tool. Thanks
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    I used the internet, and this what it came up with:

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    Omnibus with a ready literas vision advantageous upon master To break up Literis We to this service the highest part Reipublicae authoritate to transfer testamur Love us John Smith
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    Now help me translate that.
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    how can it be translated any further? every other word is english, and thats the samething i got when i translated it