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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
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•C. II.] tin TtMPLAn» is i yritr». 227 l''rom midst the Haine*. Snlijeet to citante are form And colour, but the prim il tltment Abide* eternally.' We wait fur thee In the green Valley of l'eues, where stilled and mute For over i« the royal lion'* roar." [// fiJJs K/' thr bttrr and gasm ttvmght-fully before him, then ma km hie emit qui kly from thr hull. C"ÏIM 1MI li (ri'ing frmii befit* tlo .ill ir » h- re I I -litl't knelt, and for the hut minute ••.ly h is b"-n abb to pray,— much exhausted by this bmg elf-ret if prayer). Thank thee, pure maid, that thus thy grace did'st manifest. 1 ne'er in my whole life liavo been revived so throughly, Yet am I tired, so tired. I'rayed I ? Was my prayer blest? No !—Speechless, void of thought, in air I floated ; truly, Methooght a suckling l»bc, I pressed my mother's breast, And shuddering through my frame, a second birth dawned newly ! If 'twere indeed a prayer, I might believe it nearly; For a man has douo with weeping when ho can pray sin-cerely. [//« looks i-ut if the window, ilnen Cm the valley, from which thr morning miett are lieginning to ri»e; after a pause, during which he has in some measure recoverol from his extreme exhaus-turn, he is sufficiently revived to ojH-n the side-door leading into the cloister. Is this not Molay, coming from the cloister? (To Moi.AT, who comes in.) Astir so soon, old boon-companion mine? Hour. Aye! For tho last time I've been watering 1 It is a mailer of no essential importance where or how the Sun arletts a Irmpk- of flesh 10 contain his godhead, lite confraternity of tho Valley of 1'iace aim at preserving the pristine element of truth, so that, 00 the destruction of the Templars, il may resurgi' like the l'lm nix frun its ashes, and this task is to he entrusted to ih Scottish Knight, Sir liobert of llcred^n.—Trent.

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