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Even so, tensions remained: William remained very suspicious of Louis, thinking the French king desired " Universal Kingship " over Europe ; Louis described William as " my mortal enemy " and saw him as an obnoxious warmonger.
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Even in this state, Knox recalled, his mind remained sharp and he comforted his fellow prisoners with hopes of release.