Eastern Europe - The Principal Navigations, Voyages, Traffiques And Discoveries Of The English Nation - Volume 2  - Collected By Richard Hakluyt




















































































 -  In regard of which sleights and
collusions certaine vndiscreet gouernors concluding a league with them,
haue granted them free passage - Page 6
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In Regard Of Which Sleights And Collusions Certaine Vndiscreet Gouernors Concluding A League With Them, Haue Granted Them Free Passage Thorow Their Territories, Which Leagues Notwithstanding Being Violated, Were An Occasion Of Ruine And Destruction Vnto The Foresayd Gouernours, &C.

* * * * * Libellus historicus Ioannis de Plano Carpini, qui missus est Legatus ad Tartaros anno Domini 1246.

Ab Innocentio quarto Pontifice maximo. Incipit Prologus in librum Tartarorum.

Omnibus Christi fidelibus ad quos prasens scriptum peruenerit, frater Ioannes de Plano Carpini ordinis fratrum minorum, Apostolica sedis Legatus, nuncius ad Tartaros et nationes alias Orientis, Dei gratiam in prasenti, et gloriam in futuro, et de inimicis suis gloriam triumphalem. Cum ex mandato sedis apostolica iremus ad Tartaros et nationes alias Orientis, et sciremus Domini Papa et venerabilium Cardinalium voluntatem, eligimus prius ad Tartaros profiscisci. Timebamus enimne per eos in proximo ecclesia Dei periculum immineret. Et quamuis a Tartaris et alijs nationibus timeremus occidi, vel perpetuo captiuari, vel fame, siti, algore, astu, contumelia, et laboribus nimijs, et quasi vltra vires affligi (qua omnia multo plusquam prius credidimus, excepta morte vel captiuitate perpetua nobis multipliciter euenerunt) non tamen pepercimus nobis ipsis, vt voluntatem Dei secundum Domini papa mandatum adimplere possemus, et vt proficeremus in aliquo Christianis, vt saltem scita veraciter voluntate et intentione ipsorum, possemus illam patefacere Christianis, ne forte subito irruentes inuenirent eos imparatos, sicut peccatis hominum exigentibus alia vice contigit: et fecerunt magnam stragem in populo Christiano. [Sidenote: Annus & 4 menses & amplius.] Vnde quacunque pro vestra vtilitate vobis scribimus ad cautelam, tanto securius credere debetis, quanto nos cuncta vel ipsi vidimus oculis nostris, qui per annum et quatuor menses et amplius, ambulauimus per ipsos et cum ipsis, ac fuimus, inter eos, vel audiuimus a Christianis qui sunt inter eos captiui, et vt credimus fide dignis. Mandatum etiam a supremo pontifice habebamus, vt cuncta, perscrutaremur et videremus omnia diligenter.

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