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Westphalia (North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany) (search for this): narrative 281
, and a leader among other of two hundred saile of ships of Christians that landed at Joppa in the yeere of our Lord God 1102. WHILE the Sarazens continued their siege against Joppa , two hundred saile of Christian ships arrived at Joppa , that they might performe their devotions at Hierusalem. The chiefe men and leaders of these Christians are reported to have bene: Bernard Witrazh of the land of Galatia , Hardine of England, Otho of Roges, Haderwerck one of the chiefe noble men of Westphalia , &c. This Christian power through Gods speciall provision, arrived here for the succour and reliefe of the distressed & besieged Christians in Joppa , the third day of July, 1102. and in the second yeere of Baldwine king of Jerusalem. Whereupon the multitude of the Sarazens, seeing that the Christian power joyned themselves boldly, close by them even face to face in a lodging hard by them, the very next night at midnight, remooved their tents, and pitched them more then a mile off, that t
Galatia (Turkey) (search for this): narrative 281
Mention made of one Hardine of England one of the chiefest personages, and a leader among other of two hundred saile of ships of Christians that landed at Joppa in the yeere of our Lord God 1102. WHILE the Sarazens continued their siege against Joppa , two hundred saile of Christian ships arrived at Joppa , that they might performe their devotions at Hierusalem. The chiefe men and leaders of these Christians are reported to have bene: Bernard Witrazh of the land of Galatia , Hardine of England, Otho of Roges, Haderwerck one of the chiefe noble men of Westphalia , &c. This Christian power through Gods speciall provision, arrived here for the succour and reliefe of the distressed & besieged Christians in Joppa , the third day of July, 1102. and in the second yeere of Baldwine king of Jerusalem. Whereupon the multitude of the Sarazens, seeing that the Christian power joyned themselves boldly, close by them even face to face in a lodging hard by them, the very next night at midnight,
Joppa (Israel) (search for this): narrative 281
personages, and a leader among other of two hundred saile of ships of Christians that landed at Joppa in the yeere of our Lord God 1102. WHILE the Sarazens continued their siege against Joppa , twoJoppa , two hundred saile of Christian ships arrived at Joppa , that they might performe their devotions at Hierusalem. The chiefe men and leaders of these Christians are reported to have bene: Bernard Witrazh oJoppa , that they might performe their devotions at Hierusalem. The chiefe men and leaders of these Christians are reported to have bene: Bernard Witrazh of the land of Galatia , Hardine of England, Otho of Roges, Haderwerck one of the chiefe noble men of Westphalia , &c. This Christian power through Gods speciall provision, arrived here for the succour and reliefe of the distressed & besieged Christians in Joppa , the third day of July, 1102. and in the second yeere of Baldwine king of Jerusalem. Whereupon the multitude of the Sarazens, seeing pursued them, lept into the sea, and were swalowed up in the waves thereof. And so the citie of Joppa with the inhabitants thereof were freed of their enemies. There were slaine this day three thous
Ascalon (Israel) (search for this): narrative 281
emselves boldly, close by them even face to face in a lodging hard by them, the very next night at midnight, remooved their tents, and pitched them more then a mile off, that they might the next morning bee advised whether they should returne to Ascalon , or by often assaults vexe the citizens of Japhet. YET notwithstanding, after the said third day of July, the Sarazens persisted high minded and insolent, by reason of their great multitude, and much annoied the Christian people with their manysaulted likewise with strong battell the Babylonians, and afflicted them with most sore and deadly wounds, untill the Sarazens being wearied with fighting, nor able longer to endure and hold out against the valure of the Christians, fled towards Ascalon . And other of them hoping to escape from them that pursued them, lept into the sea, and were swalowed up in the waves thereof. And so the citie of Joppa with the inhabitants thereof were freed of their enemies. There were slaine this day three
July, 1102 AD (search for this): narrative 281
oppa , two hundred saile of Christian ships arrived at Joppa , that they might performe their devotions at Hierusalem. The chiefe men and leaders of these Christians are reported to have bene: Bernard Witrazh of the land of Galatia , Hardine of England, Otho of Roges, Haderwerck one of the chiefe noble men of Westphalia , &c. This Christian power through Gods speciall provision, arrived here for the succour and reliefe of the distressed & besieged Christians in Joppa , the third day of July, 1102. and in the second yeere of Baldwine king of Jerusalem. Whereupon the multitude of the Sarazens, seeing that the Christian power joyned themselves boldly, close by them even face to face in a lodging hard by them, the very next night at midnight, remooved their tents, and pitched them more then a mile off, that they might the next morning bee advised whether they should returne to Ascalon , or by often assaults vexe the citizens of Japhet. YET notwithstanding, after the said third day of