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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 244

Tho Vi il'XOEST (ei'jt a trisyllabic word in the ear of earh of the three eblrti Anil'I4, then toy* alvud to the three younger). Iiove ! LEADER. What doth that mean t Tho Vi'tXOEfT (in (l flit'ring babble). —1 in mo p| aro— F.xtateiH'o ' With theme word* the Cltn D close* the II ill-. Th- r -t ft in l u] . PKKIBTTEI:. (CWWU/, us are till the other*, by the formula, hithrj uulmnei* to them, which has been itammerel out by the ClIIU', half A» le to him.) Twas not no I taught it thoo ! Tho Clltl.0 (with infantile smile). Gottlieb can't say it any other way !1 MOLAT (M icell a* Cut's regarding with delight the CHILD who ha* thus fraternizal vit h them, abwl and distinctly ti the rest). lb help tis to tho Valley !—Tho kiss of jieaco ! (They embrare one another.) Pray wo that His own Spirit's light may in our souls bo shown. That so tho Temple's Lord may to tho Templo bo made known ! The tioo Klders, namely, the PRESBYTER and the MARSHAL, /-•/ by GOTTLIEB, whose eye* ttill remain blindfolded, y ) softly through the rùle-tbvr hidden by the Altar, through which they are followeilby the three younger, namely. 1 Tint U to isv, the Presbyter ha I uu.-ht the Child the customary formula of tho Aiîepis, much resembling the above formula and ditT-nog from it but rery slightly in the expressions: yet, through this slight varia-tion, quito different from it in tho sense ami in the result : which formula of the Adepts the Child, newly come from seeing, could not repeat. R HO. II.") TUB TtllUM IN CTPBC». 241

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