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" French, to whom they were indeed inferior in the art of war, but whom they greatly excelled in all the attainments of civilization. " The numerous courts of the small princes, amongst whom these countries were divided, aspired to be models of taste and... "
History of the Crusades Against the Albigenses in the Thirteenth Century - Page 30
by Jean-Charles-Léonard Simonde de Sismondi - 1833 - 286 pages
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The history of Protestantism in France ... to the end of the reign of Charles ix

1799
...distinct nation, and to separate absolutely from the French; to whom they were, indeed, inferior in the arts of war, but whom they greatly excelled in all the attainments of civilisation. These people were far in advance of a barbarous age. Raymond Bercnger, count of Barcelona,...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 10

Periodicals - 1837
...nation, and to separate themselves absolutely from the French, to whom they were indeed inferior in the arts of war, but whom they greatly excelled in...divided, aspired to be models of taste and politeness. The cities were numerous and flourishii L'- Their forms of government were all nearly republican ;...
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The Saturday Magazine ...

1837
...nation, and to separate themselves absolutely from the French, to vlmra they were indeed inferior in the arts of war, but whom they greatly excelled in...divided, aspired to be models of taste and politeness. The cities were numerous and flourishing. Their forms of government were all nearly republican ; they...
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The Christian lady's magazine, ed. by Charlotte Elizabeth, Volume 21

Charlotte Elizabeth Tonna - 1844
...and to separate themselves absolutely from the French, to whom they were indeed inferior in the art of war, but whom they greatly excelled in all the...numerous and flourishing. Their forms of government were nearly all republican ; they had consuls chosen by the people, and had long possessed the privilege...
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Visitor: Or Monthly Instructor

1848
...and to separate themselves absolutely from the French, to whom they were indeed inferior in the art of war, but whom they greatly excelled in all the...numerous and flourishing. Their forms of government were nearly all republican ; they had consuls chosen by the people, and had long possessed the privilege...
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Characters, scenes, and incidents, of the Reformation

Reformation - 1849
...nation, and to separate themselves absolutely from the French, to •whom they were indeed inferior in war, but whom they greatly excelled in all the attainments of civilization. * Among the intelligent, polite, and gay Proven9als sprang up, in the twelfth century, the truly enlightened...
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