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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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ne. ui.] Tin imium ix ITI'RCI. 17Ô Passât ira r THE OHMS. Descend, God'* Spirit, bright ami clear, On thin Thy baud of servant» here ; That thin world'* ijnrit wo despisitiir, May -toadfast toward* Thy truth be rising! Load IIH Thyself by Thine own hand, Into Thy bleaaed Promised Isitid, That we with heurt» devout and lowly, M i\ build Thee there a Temple holy ! Hallelujah!" Hallelujah! [//. Ii If* tin vit • , J II • . I bj th- !• • ClIAI'l AIN* ami prertxled by /As Clio-HIKTI K* ringing their bells,and tjenut. M • l\ I / - 11 tin III-r llr-titers rises, ami taket his teat tm hit chair). Hilovîd Knights and Hrother», tike your seats; I shall, God helping me, n Chapter hold. [The K.MGIITS f«iA their places in the Choir, the ebler on MOLA\'S tide of the altar, the younger on the other sid. Are all our company assembled here ? Is no ono not a Templar in our midst ? COMMANDER HE GO (standing up). All arc assembled, Valorous Lord and Muster, And there is no intruder on tlio Chapter. MOLAT. Then in tho name of Father, Son and Spirit, And of Our Ijndy, I open now tho Chapter. Stand up, beloved brethren, and pray God To pur down over us His heavenly grace. [1'ausr, during irhieh all the Brothers tt in I up, in front vf their seats, ami pray teith covered faces, and then resume their placet, sitting down. Ik-loved Knights and Brothers ! Many of you Are willing two new brethren to receive; Peers, both, of highest birth, Frank of Poitou,

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