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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 132

• il.] TIIK TIMIIAKI ix errai*. SCKXE II. (MOI.AT'S ce II ; in the centre a writing-table coeered with papers.) MOLAY (tits behind the table, in the centre). CIIAPLAI.V CYI'IIIAXCD (writing, on the right hand sid-). Several Templar-Knight* and Messenger*. GIL ill (behind MOLAY's chair). MOLAY (to a KNIGHT). This missive, tako to the Most Valorou* Tho Master of tho Hospital (gives him a letter). I send Him greeting, and I hope, on my return, To visit him at Vesper-bread. [Exit KNIGIIT. (To another Kxi'.HT, alto giving him a Utter.) This noto Thou'lt bear to Xikosia,1 to tho King Of Cyprus, and deliver it unto Hi* Highness' very hands—mark that ! and I Commend to his good-will tho Temple. Go !— [Exit KXIGIIT. (7' (nutfher KXIGIIT and three MrssrxucRS, to whom he gives Utters.) You four, in ltalf an hour, will go on board The barque from Franco which brought tho mail last night, And is prvpar'd to sail. Soon as you land (To the 1st MESSENGER) Proceed to Paris, (to the 2nd) and thou to Ville-Dieu Kn la Montagne, (to the 3rd) and thou to Montpellier. And each of you will give the Brother Prior His letter. (To the 1st.) And moreover greet from me Tho illustrious Prior, Guido of Normandy;— Tell him that I depend most certainly 1 Guy de Lusignsn, the first king, mai)» Nicosia his capital city, a ritr embellished by magnificent palace* and churches. In tbe Cathedral •fM. S plus the Templars and Hospitallers had celebrated their Insti-tut»», and there also most of tbe kings of Cyprus had been crowned.— Trans. I

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