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His vigour of mind and body was not impaired by sixty-three years, and
innumerable fatigues; and, after enjoying some tranquil months in the palace of
Samarcand, he proclaimed a new expedition of seven years into the western
countries of ...
... continued he, “will not allow the Pope and my“self to meet either at Rome or
Constantinople; “but some maritime city may be chosen on the “verge of the two
empires, to unite the bishops, “ and to instruct the faithful, of the East and West.
25. 1373, (Ducange, Fam. Byzant. p. 241.), 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
“Our last resource,” said Manuel, “against the Turks, is their fear of “our union with
the Latins, of the warlike nations “ of the West, who may arm for our relief, and “for
their destruction. As often as you are “ threatened by the miscreants, present ...
... they presumed to represent i, dif. fused over the West the fame of Eugenius:
and a Vol. XII. I clamour * Hui, 3, we arous oaks, parai, (Syropul. p. 297.). + In
their return, the Greeks conversed at Bologna with the ambassadors of England;
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