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" ... lords of the army were assembled. After having nobly and powerfully defended his conduct, he declared that he submitted, as he had always done, to the orders of the church, and that he awaited the decision of the council. But the legate was profoundly... "
History of the Crusades Against the Albigenses in the Thirteenth Century - Page 63
by Jean-Charles-Léonard Simonde de Sismondi - 1833 - 286 pages
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History of the crusades against the Albigenses in the thirteenth century [tr ...

Jean Charles L. Simonde de Sismondi - 1826
...the decision of the council. But the legate was profoundly penetrated with the maxim of Innocent III, that " to keep faith with those who have it not, is...Simon de Montfort. By this treachery, he thought to strike with terror the souls of the inhabitants of Carcassonne; but the effect of it was precisely...
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Belle Assemblée: Or, Court and Fashionable Magazine; Containing Interesting ...

Women - 1826
...church, and to the decision of the council. The legate, impressed with the famous maxim of Innocent III. that " to keep faith with those who have it not, is an offence against the faith," arrested the Count, with all his attendant knights, and consigned them to the care of Simon de Montfort...
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The signs of the times, as denoted by fulfilment of historical ..., Volume 2

Alexander Keith - 1832
...make it amount to sixty."* " The legate was profoundly penetrated with the maxim of Innocent III., that ' to keep faith with those who have it not, is an offence against faith.' In the siege and assault of Lavaur, ' the bishops, the abbot of Courdieu,who exercised the...
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The Saturday Magazine ...

1837
...But the legate, as Sismondi remarks, was profoundly penetrated with the maxim of Innocent the Third, that to keep faith with those who have it not, is...and confided him to the care of Simon de Montfort. He expected that by this act of severity he should strike terror into the people of Carcassonne ; but...
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Ecclesiastical history, a course of lectures, Volume 2

William Jones - 1838
...confirmed by oaths. The legate, however, was profoundly penetrated with the maxim of Pope Innocent III., that " to keep faith with those who have it not, is an offence against the faith." Accordingly he ordered the young viscount to be arrested, with all the knights who had followed him,...
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The Churchman's Monthly Review and Chronicle

Christianity - 1843
...decision of the council. " But the legate was profoundly penetrated with the maxim of Innocent III, that ' to keep faith with those who have it not, is...be arrested, with all the knights who had followed him."3 The like system of falsehood was constantly adopted whenever the poor Albigeois, pressed by...
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The Church of Christ in the Middle Ages: An Historical Sketch Compiled from ...

Church history - 1845 - 495 pages
...decision of the council." " But the legate was profoundly penetrated with the maxim of Innocent III, that ' to keep faith with those who have it not, is...arrested, with all the knights who had followed him."* The like system of falsehood was constantly adopted whenever the poor Alhigeois, pressed hy their circumstances,...
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TWO LECTURES ON THE INQUISITION

REV. JOSEPH G. WILSON - 1853
...by anathemas and violence, the adoption of the "persecuting principle of canon law." It was a maxim, that "to keep faith with those who have it not, is an offense against the faith." A league or covenant with heretics and schismatics, though confirmed by...
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The Prophetical History of the Church and the World: from the Revelation ...

Edwin Heycock - Bible - 1872 - 486 pages
...decision of the council. But the legate was profoundly penetrated with the maxim of Innocent III., that to keep faith with those who have it not is an offence against the faith. He caused the young count to be arrested, with all the knights who had followed him. Beziers was the first town of consequence...
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The History of Protestantism, Volume 1

James Aitken Wylie - Church history - 1874
...of Innocent III., that ' to keep faith with those that have it not is an offence against the faith,' caused the young viscount to be arrested, with all the knights who had followed him." When the garrison saw that their leader had been imprisoned, they resolved, along with the inhabitants,...
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