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FRIEDERICH WERNER The Templars in Cyprus


Sir John Froissart's Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the Ajoining Countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV in 12 volumes 

Chronicles of Enguerrand De Monstrelet (Sir John Froissart's Chronicles continuation) in 13 volumes 

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The Templars in Cyprus
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». I. THr 7 k m eux ta m CRRAM. 17 IT- i Ki.T (j-Hnting !• heart). '1 h'y'ro here ! [ To the. êolJirrt, as he selects sir oui of tkr /moi». Come ! thon ciml thou—corne nl»o yc You twin bravo fellow*. .Six. So wo'ru full MM, And wore but *evcn valiant mon no minded, MI'think* wo should mev no mora privateer*. GOTTFRIED. Whither away ? "Fis now lance excrci*e. ROBERT. That they shall learn in action ! Comrade*, forth ! For by mino oath, we'll seize tho privateer ! [Hastens off with the six soldiers. GOTTFRIED (calls after him). Da not forget tho Chapter-watch !—lie's gone, O'er hill and valley ! ClIAIILOT. I must follow him And warn him—(hurries off.) GOTTFRIED. He's a foolish fellow, Robert, And mont peculiar!—If ho speak twelve words 'Tis much to partly comprehend but five !— Hero comes tho Chaplain. [GOTTFRIED, CIIAI-LAIX CYNUAXCS,1 coming out of the church—behiml him a choir-baj. GOTTFRIED. Whither on your way So early, reverend Sir ? 1 Other* tea, S-iuin de Horian, a natiie of lient res, h bo was broaght l»( n l'lul.p the hair and well rewarded, in'n-iurn for an accusation on oath, charing the Templars with heresy, and with the commuaiua of the m .( horrible crimes. Set Addison, " Knights Templars," ch. lx.— 7ra»«. C

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