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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
page 32

THE Tk-MMIH» IS CTI*!!-. Çfvtntt nu God mend it ! And tho Marshal calmly nit-, God mend it1 on tho lîn-ti n and look* ON ! A TRIN|)lar Knight ! -How many Tnrka are thoy ? ClUBLOT. Two hundred men, six Captains and a Colonel. COXaUXDt*. The barest handful ! lia» tho Under-Marshal I a brush with them ? CHVHLOT. Ho sends to bog The Monter and your Lordship, will desjtntch In MICCOUR fifty men. COMMANDER. The man's [lossosscd ! Vet fifty men ! when on the Bastion stand Already fifty ! That should be enough 1 For thrico two hundred Turks! God mend it, but That man's the merest milksop' Pray, how much Munition has he still ? CHARLOT. That I know not. COMMANDER. lb re's a fine messenger! Let bo ! Let be ! I'll nak tho old soldier who rode ont with you, FT his old eyes have better sight than thine. Tliou'st been to tell tho Master? CHARLOT. I was just— COMMANDER. Not with the Master yet ? And hero he stands, 1 It 11* 1 U) be uiilnf them • ' In Templwr poursuit mill* Sarra«iiu, •Wiix milk-, dix n"ll«:"—Hit. de Si. Lo-iit, by Ike -Virywu de I'lilcneww. — Train.

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