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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 82

•r. m] Tiir Tiy 11' • i\ vir.t- 7'J Control him- If. Ho waited till the storm Had spent it* *har|e*t fury ; Uien he rose And slowly lookisl around him—calm and still ! lint yet with eyehrows sternly knit, Hight well You know that look of his—It over seems To me as though he'd stolen it from tho Saint In Stephen's e lia pel. PKIOB. Yes, I know that look With which ho captivates men's hearts. ClUI'LUX. Then he Inclined his head and spoke. And yes, indeed, Ho spoke most excellently—I myself Could senrco havo s]Xkcn better. Yes, ho spoko Of horoism, and that tlio timo was come, And wo should now appeal to arms and tight, Ho loved brethren ! So spoko he, and stretched His hand out—und ho said— Noiro. Thou rnincst words, Fellow ! my little complement of wits Is, like tho ark of Xouh, almost drowned In delugo of thy speech. Thy rainbow noso— Oh, use it as a pledgo to us that thou Wilt leave off ruining ! PRIOR. Well I comprehend Of Molny's speech tho moaning. He, proud man, Desires to break tho Inst link of tho chain, And, independent grown of all tho world, Iii-idi'jusly attach tho purple to Tho linen mnntlc. CHAILUX. Ho will not succeed. (Sjlj.) Hctwccn ourselves!—Art sure no warder listens Outside the door ?

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