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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 160

Tho copy I had made foryoti ; yon being Asleep,— I gave to faithful Noflodei Tho draft, which ho delivered, I hear, to you. (Anile) Thank God, that now I've got well through the task Set mo by Father Vincent !— Norro. Well, Prior, what 9 y°° ? PKIOK (I. hith-rto has ttootl stiff with rigr, now breahimf HjWII thi CllAI LAIN). Priest! If thou lie»t, yea, if thou lieat,— n God have mercy on thoe !— ClIAILAlX (trembling). Surely as irist'a living waters freely flow for mo ! lis is pure truth which I mako known to you. Norro (to the CHAPLAIN). letter's gone ? CHAPLAIN. Delivered to the Marshal. Norro (aloud U the CHAPLAIN). 3W, Chaplain, bestof friends ! (Quickly and aside to the same.) You must be quick ! f'll break loose from our toils if ho reflect. I tow!) Tell us, friend Chnplnin, what havo wo to do ? CHAPLAIN. All has been carefully provided for. This night upon tho stroke of twolvo there'll lie Reception in the Chapter. The Brothers all Will there assemble ; at which time will creep Heneath your window, and call " Cuckoo " twice, The Sexton Otto, in whom you may contido. Hut ere he come, you'll with this crowbar raise [Draws a crowbar J r^m under his robe, and gives it to Norro. SC. III.] THI. T» Ml LAKH IN CYPtCS. 157

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