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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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It nitl to ino tho Manie nnlightcd cyc* Were softening to mo ! MOLAT. Sparc me '—I have neel Of strength to-day : tho stately Mn-ter's garh Hut seantly clothes my aching human heart ! •Suits Robert ret towards his native land COMMAS DIR. Surely tho young man will take leave; but, Molay, Relieve me I am much forewarned of Robert Tluit God lias greatness yet in store for him. WhiUt hero leforo tho gracious form I knelt, It ha[i|eued that I in the crystal looked Whereon shines back tho Virgin's radial crown ; Sudden, it seemed, I in that mirror saw Our Robert, and by his side, an angel, garbed In heavenly bluo. And they were radiant both As though the Light of Glory lit them up.1 I saw htm also in my dreams last night, Girt up ns simple handicraftsmen aro; When suddenly ho stood before me there, In form gigantic ; with his head ho touched High Heaven, nnd with his foot earth's central point : Kmbrnced tho world from east to west, and cried " Nnturc irradiates and serves the Pure." MOLAT. It was a dream !— COMMANDER. No doubt, but yet, God mend it ! I'd fain interpret it!— 1 Tais crystal «as probably of the family of tlio Magic Crystals which hare been so widely esteemed for purposes of divination from East to West. Ibid in honour by the llaby Ionian* of old, tbrv command eten now the reTcremv of tbe jieople in the Hebrides ami West of Scotland. (See" From tbe Hebrides to the Himalayas." by C. K. GordnoCumming.) Sir Hugo, who really saw the rcllected form* of ltobert and Astral s (Astrakm), was not surprised to think he beheld a vision.— Train. SC. II.] Tllh TlMPLAR* Il • tPHI.

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