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C H A P. LXVI. Applications of the Eastern Emperors to the Popes.- Visits to the
West, of John the First, Manuel, and John the Second, Palaologus.-Union of the
Greek and Latin Churches, promoted by the Council of Basil, and concluded at ...
Of c H A P. LXVI. “force, the inefficacy has been already tried; Joo, “since the
Latins have subdued the empire, with“ out subduing the minds, of the Greeks.
The “method of persuasion, though slow, is sure and “permanent. A deputation of
C H A P. LXVI. *-y– and the palace, nay, the bed-chamber of the Pope,
Mussulman prince. Two officers of state, with a Latin interpreter, were sent in his
name to the Roman court, which was transplanted to Avignon, on the banks of
the Rhone, ...
leaves some intermediate aera for the conspiracy and punishment of AndroniCus
, c H A P. LXVI. \-y- His return to Coustanti- . nople, 137 oVisit of the Emperor
Manuel. C H A P. LXVI. *-y- the West. In a OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE. 77 His
Edward Gibbon. C. H.A.P. LXVI. -,- His priVate silotives. opportunity of unfolding
the most secret intentions of Manuel, as he explained them in a private
conversation without artifice or disguise. In his declining age, the Emperor had
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