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 -  Et quia Dominus Deus grauiter est super hoc offensus,
monet eos vt a talibus de catero caueant, et de commissis - Page 120
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Et Quia Dominus Deus Grauiter Est Super Hoc Offensus, Monet Eos Vt A Talibus De Catero Caueant, Et De Commissis Poenitentiam Agant.

Super his etiam rogat, vt ei rescribant, quid facere velint de catero, et qua sit eorum intentio.

[Sidenote: Corrensa.] Quibus auditis, et intellectis, dixerunt Tartari, se velle equos nobis subductitios vsque ad Corrensam et ducatum prabere. Statimque munera petierunt, et a nobis acceperunt. Equis igitur acceptis, de quibus descenderunt ipsi, cum eorum ducatu ad Corrensam arripuimus iter eundi. Ipsi tamen velociter equitantes, nuncium vnum pramiserunt ad prafatum Ducem cum his verbis, qua dixeramus eisdem. [Sidenote: Dux limitis occidentalis.] Est autem Dux iste Dominus omnium, qui positi sunt in custodia contra omnes Occidentis populos, ne forte subito et improuiso irruant aliqui super illos. Et iste dicitur habere sexaginta millia hominum armatorum sub se.

The same in English.

How he and his company were at the first receiued of the Tartars. Chap. 20.

Wherefore, the first saturday next after Ashwednesday, hauing about the Sunnes going downe, taken vp our place of rest, the armed Tartars came rushing vpon vs in vnciuil and horrible maner, being very inquisitiue of vs what maner of persons, or of what condition we were: and when we had answered them that we were the Popes Legates, receiuing some victuals at our handes, they immediately departed. Moreouer in the morning rising and proceeding on our iourney, the chiefe of them which were in the guard met with vs, demaunding why, or for what intent and purpose we came thither, and what business we had with them:

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