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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 36

•c. tl-j tilt 1IMILAIU IS cTI-kTI. Which yet you will with your own mouth consume Ï FRAXK. Scarce know I, 'sooth, which I should moat admire, Tho Master there in aspect of a clown, The clown with Master's tone and Doctor's sense! I stand amazed. PHILIP. Stand not amazed—nor prate, Hut art ' I also must to work. Farewell, S:r Wonder-struck ! and havo you not enough f food for wonder, ask tho Master. See ! lie cornea himself ! [(«•«•-.] FiuXK (Mme). A churlish fellow ! yet 1 cannot lear him grudge. Now nearer comes The Master ! How my heart bents ! An old man ! Vet so im|ctuous—something in his look. That well might mako mo humble, and withal So mightily attract* mo. MLAY (in ri-ling-iloublel, a covrci stable-bucket in hi* comte vj quickly, calling behintl the scenes). Philip! Philip! (lleroming aware of FRAXK a* he come* on). Pardon ! My sight deceived by distance, I Mistook you for my gardener. What's your wish ? FRANK. Aro yon indeed th' august Grand-Master Molay ? MOLAY. My name is Molny. Well ? Your business, friend. FRAXK. I am the son of Henry of Uridine. MoLAY. The Seneschal of Poitou ?

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