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FRIEDERICH WERNER The Templars in Cyprus

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FRIEDERICH WERNER
The Templars in Cyprus
page 137



CLACS (also Aside). • The Presbyter and I. MOLAY (aloud to the MARSHAL). Is nil made ready for the Chapter ? MARSHAL. Yes. MOLAY (to the same). Who has the watch P MARSHAL. 'Tis Chnrlot of Guyonne. MOLAY (to the Knights). You are dismissed ! [Tlie officials of the Order go (To the PURSUIVANT.) Call Eobcrt now to mo ! [Exit PURSUIVANT (Aside.) Eternal Father, yet this bitter cup'. Shall I, yet one while, taste tho cup of joy ? (Enter ROBERT. lie remains standing at a distance with botced head.) MOLAY (turning to ROBERT). Draw nearer, Robert. (To the CHAPLAIN and GUEGER.) You no doubt are tired ? CHAPLAIN (softly yawning). Ay, verily ! MOLAY. Then sleep until midnight. GREGER (Aside, and indicating MOLAT). And ho, theso six nights through, has slept no wink !— [Tlie CHAPLAIN and GREGKU go 131 THE TEMPLARS IN CYPRUS, [ACT IT.


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