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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 130

RoMKRT (-/Vvp/y nim/), My noble, honoured father ! Oh, you heap Hot burning omis u|on my trouhlail head 1 ( h, iiardon, that for one brief -jiace I broke So sinfully through my sweet duty'a bond* ! ComtAJIDRB. Tea, that waa foolish!— H M:KT. Grant mo onec again Your grace, and all my deepest wounds aro healed. [With thr*. \r,,rU he Jallt OH his k»eet he/.-n- the C"MMl\t'l l:, (iw/ ••tubrtm hu knert, CoMMA\lUI. "hat dost thou thero ?—God mend it ! Fie, stand up !— Templar kneels to no one but his God ! e, tic! stand up! (II MR gelt up.) There's moisture in mine eyes, ! ! Shame on thee, disgracing an old knight fith tears like women ! Fie !—For shame, old mail ! KonLRT (embracing him). Oh, Father, let mo kiss theso tears away ! COMMANDER. ey aro my first !—Leavo mo alone, bad Robert ! •'or if tho people saw mo, they would say : ' The old Commander now begins to dote ; fought through eighty years, and Io, ho weejw ! " ROBERT. )h could I set theso first heroic tears pearls of prieo on that red Cross which now lost to me for ever !— COMMANDER. 'Tis not lost !— »o, no, God mend it ! I will know uo rest lit thou remainest in tho Order !— HO. I.] I"' TKMILAttS IX CTI-Bt». 1_7

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