Memoir on the finances of Malta, under the government of the order of st. John of Jerusalem, during the last years of its dominion, as compared with those of the present time

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Page 22 - ... encumbered ; and so large an amount had to be thus defrayed, that for a hundred years the convent would not be reimbursed for its advances, and receive the 120,000 livres, at which sum their annual rental would then be valued. Of the foundation of this Order a recent writer (Thornton) thus remarks : "In 1095 some nobles of Dauphiny united for the relief of sufferers from a kind of leprosy called St. Anthony's fire, which society, in 1218, was erected into a religious body of Hospitallers, having...

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