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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 34

•C. 11. 1 111E TEMII-AR* IS CYflCf. 31 Hut thro i/h the n /lit. 'Ilia DIUUIINSY br /HI Itrlln-tmn (AIR «F the glad «uni . ht, faithfully ahiori throu/h our dark, that «• May al wo In a calm fnlirltr. Oh Youth, oh, cool, meet morning-tide, When «e with heart* expanding wide, Alert an I awake in the »| ir 1 are, Kvtilting in lifo'a fr»»h pride, Thou h»«t Hown afar, afar. We okl men ail cloae on our ne»l ! Only the lo*ely aft«r-«lo« Of jouth'a morning pride, Ily the roaeate dawn tluah glorified, Our okl a£e foraakea not that by H it bloat ; "Fia tho calm of contentment thoujtht-aauctitied. [Lcnvts "jf ringing. The song goes tingling through my aged nerves Like hot-apicctl wine. Delicious days of youth, O, wero ye endless !—But, who's this comes here, So richly, so fantastically clad ? Perhaps a novico of tho Order ! Then I'll in my usual fashion, tost his worth. [Goes on busily digging. Mjhtfer FRANK / l'vituu, dressel richly and rather fancifully as a dandy if the fourteenth century, but ti4 0UTW\ ][• ••••• m JWIIAW shoes, doublet and mantle bonlercl with bells.) FRANK. Friend, can I with tho chief of Templar Knights, Grand-Master Bernard Molar, speak ? PHILIP (with'ttt interrupting his work). Perhaps. FRANK. Then say where I can find him. PHILIP. You can find

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