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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 134

Would sco mo once a .-a in before her end ; But— Moi AT (•/»! Uy). So sho shall ! To Toulon thou shalt como With mo; there Brother Major-domo I'll ' Aj)]K)int thee, and thy mother then can livo Y\ ith thee. What think'st ? 'Twero not so well for mo ! 0Kl;i;rR (k Using his hand, unable to control hit delight). God's Anirel that you aro ! (Uncollecting himself and dratcing btuL respectfully) My gracious Ixrd ! (Entrr a Pi R.-IIYAXT.) l'LHSUirAST. Tho Grand-Commander and tho Draper wait Without: tho Marshal also, as your Graco Commanded. Also, Brother Robert waits In tho ante-chamber. MOLAY. Let the officials in— Boor Robert must bo patient yet awhile ! [HERALD g •es. (Aside). I must bo Master first ; let feelings wait. (Entrr the MARSHAL of tho Order, the PRECEPTOR, the DRAPER, and the PURMITAXT.) MOLAT (standing up, to the PRICEPTOR). llrothcr Preceptor! Has tho frigato been Hot ready to mako sail to-morrow morn At early dawn, according to my orders ? PRECEPTOR. K'cn now, sails bent, sho licth in tho Roads. MOLAT (to the same). Tho treasure, is't yet laden ? 1 So arc named the Household Managers of the Country Preccptories of the Order. The word is .Vner (allied to the L. major, and the old German nui ; aarar). It is now obsolete in the sense of Major-Domo.— Trans. •c. II.] Till: T» Vil **•« IS Cri m ». 131

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