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If them man against our foes, and neither at our pleasure nor beast is left our Majesty gives the requisite per- And when all return with our hosts our foes are eaten, then w^e home again. These accursed from the four quarters fifteen nations will burst forth of the earth at the end of the world, in the times of Antichrist, and overrun Saints as well as the great the way, will we the all cit}^ abodes of the Rome, which, by are prepared to give to our son be born, along with all Italy, Germany, who the ; Pr ester two Gauls, give The 39 and Scotland.