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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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nu Tt MILAN» IN • UM. - • So dire a drubbing ' How lu- carried on With Iodic*, too, at tho liurgundinn court' True, tin* ho did not *ay, but th«n he gives You all to understand. A pretty lad, Keduentnl liko a Sultan, young and rich, And lively, irresistible 1 Watch well Vour KUio, good friend Chaplain! for le «uro He'll track her out, more quickly e'en than 1. CHAI'I.AIX. Peace! miscreant! jicaco. Thi* Judith slander not ! C HARLOT. Who holds lier Holofernes' ]iondcrou* head Lipped in her apron !—Come, let all 1» well ! Wii*h down your wrath in Cyprus wino with mo ! Now must I to tho Master bring rc|iort Of tho Tunisian pirate. CHAPLAIN. No, it shall •W all bo well ! I excommunicato You, trebly, miscreant ! CHAKLOT. • Trebly, in return, We'll crown you, Klsie and Poitou and I. CHULVIX. I put jon under ban! C HARLOT. Hut ban me not From Elsie's paradise, is all I ask. GOTTFRIED. HUSH, Sirs ! Behold what yonder, tottering, comes ! CHAKLOT. Oh sorrow !—Here's tho old head-shaker come ! [ ( 'ommamifr LIT GO, mjtporteil by a crutch, ciime* out of the Church.

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