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" Some castles, calculating too favourably upon their strength, endeavoured to resist him ; that of Brom was taken by assault the third day of the siege, and Simon de Montfort chose out more than a hundred of its wretched inhabitants, and having torn out... "
History of the Crusades Against the Albigenses in the Thirteenth Century - Page 82
by Jean-Charles-Léonard Simonde de Sismondi - 1833 - 286 pages
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 12

1838
...chose out more than a hundred of its wretched inhabitants, and having torn out their eyes, and cut off their noses, sent them, in that state, under the guidance...castle of Alairac was not taken till the eleventh day ; a great part of its inhabitants were able to escape from the ferocity of the crusaders, but De Montfort...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 12

Periodicals - 1838
...chose out more than a hundred of its wretched inhabitants, and having torn out their eyes, and cut off their noses, sent them, in that state, under the guidance...castle of Alairac was not taken till the eleventh day ; a great part of its inhabitants were able to escape from the ferocity of the crusaders, but De Montfort...
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Ecclesiastical history, a course of lectures, Volume 2

William Jones - 1838
...out more than a hundred of the wretched inhabitants, and, having plucked out their eyes and cut off their noses, sent them in that state, under the guidance of a one-eyed man, to the casde of Cabaret, to announce to the garrison of that fortress the fate which awaited them. The casde...
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The Churchman's Monthly Review and Chronicle

Christianity - 1845
...eho*e out more them a hundred of its wretched inhabitants, and having torn out their eyes, and cut off their noses, sent them, in that state, under the guidance of a one-eyed man, to the > castle of GabeWt, to announce to the garrison of that fortress the fate which awaited them. The castle of Alairic...
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The Churchman's Monthly Review and Chronicle

Christianity - 1843
...chose out more than a hundred of its wretched inhabitants, and having torn out their eyes, and cut off their noses, sent them, in that state, under the guidance...them. The castle of Alairac was not taken till the . 42, 43. » Ibid. p. 50. » Ibid. p. 54. eleventh day, and even then a great part of its inhabitants...
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The Church of Christ in the Middle Ages: An Historical Sketch Compiled from ...

Church history - 1845 - 495 pages
...chose out more than a hundred of its wretched inhabitants, and having torn out their eyes, and cut off their noses, sent them, in that state, under the guidance...fortress the fate which awaited them. The castle of Alairic was not taken till the eleventh day, and even then a great.part of its inhabitants were ahle...
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The History of Romanism: from the Earliest Corruptions of Christianity to ...

John Dowling - Anti-Catholicism - 1845 - 671 pages
...a hundred wretched inhabitants, and, having torn out their eyes and cut off their noses, sent them, under the guidance of a one-eyed man, to the castle of Cabaret, to intimate to the garrison of that fortress the fate which awaited them. Some of these fortresses he...
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The History of Romanism: From the Earliest Corruptions of Christianity to ...

John Dowling - Papacy - 1871 - 948 pages
...a hundred wretched inhabitants, and, having torn out their eyes and cut off their noses, sent them, under the guidance of a one-eyed man, to the castle of Cabaret, to intimate to the garrison of that fortress the fate which awaited them. Some of these fortresses he...
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The Prophetical History of the Church and the World: from the Revelation ...

Edwin Heycock - Bible - 1872 - 486 pages
...of the wretched inhabitants taken at the castle of Brom, and, having torn out their eyes and cut off their noses, sent them in that state, under the guidance...Cabaret, to announce to the garrison of that fortress of the fate which awaited them. As this agent of the p»pe and of Satan moved forward, all who were...
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The Champions of the Church: Their Crimes and Persecutions

De Robigne Mortimer Bennett - Christian biography - 1878 - 1113 pages
...hundred nf the wretched inhabitants, and having torn out their eyes ami cut off their noses, sent them, under the guidance of a one-eyed man, to the castle of Cabaret, to intimate to the garrison the fate which awaited them. Finding the fortress d, he sent out the soldiers...
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