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" Beziers, and had pillaged the houses of all that they thought worth carrying off, they set fire to the city in every part at once, and reduced it to a vast funeral pile. Not a house remained standing, not one human being was left alive. "
History of the Crusades Against the Albigenses in the Thirteenth Century - Page 59
by Jean-Charles-Lonard 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
...Raynaldi Annal. Eccles. 1209, xxii, p. 186. flitt. ilc Languedoc, liv. xxi, <;/i. Ivii, p. 169. remained standing, not one human being alive. Historians...reduces it to fifteen thousand, others make it amount to sixty.4 The terror inspired by the massacre at Beziers, caused all the country places to be deserted....
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The London Magazine, Volume 5

1826
...standing, not one human being alive. Historians differ as to the number of victims. The abbot of Oiteaux, feeling some shame for the butchery which he had ordered,...it to fifteen thousand ; others make it amount to axty. -—XsоutniH';i History t,f tin: Crиtadr оgnnl tin: AlbigeиSfS, ATHEISM MORE VENIAL...
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The signs of the times, as denoted by fulfilment of historical ..., Volume 2

Alexander Keith - 1832
...worth carrying off, they set fire to the city in every part at once, and reduced it to a vast funeral pile. Not a house remained standing, not one human...thousand, others make it amount to sixty."* " The legate was profoundly penetrated with the maxim of Innocent III., that to heep faith with those who...
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The signs of the times, as denoted by fulfilment of historical ..., Volume 2

Alexander Keith - 1832
...pile. Not a house remained standing, not one human heing alive. Historians differ as to the numbers of victims. The abbot of Citeaux, feeling some shame...thousand, others make it amount to sixty."* " The legate was profoundly penetrated with the maxim of Innocent III., that ' to keep faith with those who...
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Ecclesiastical history, a course of lectures, Volume 2

William Jones - 1838
...not one human being was left alive. Historians differ as to the number of victims. The pope's legate, feeling some shame for the butchery which he had ordered,...and destroyed the capital. The inhabitants preferred taking refuge in the woods and mountains, to waiting for such enemies within the enclosure of walls...
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The Churchman's Monthly Review and Chronicle

Christianity - 1843
...worth carrying off, they set fire to the city, in every part at once, and reduced it to a vast funeral pile. Not a house remained standing, not one human...fifteen thousand ; others make it amount to sixty." ' 1 Sitinmdi, pp. 35—37. At Carcassonne, the bulk of the inhabitants escaped in the night by a subterranean...
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The Church of Christ in the Middle Ages: An Historical Sketch Compiled from ...

Church history - 1845 - 495 pages
...and reduced it to a vast funeral pile. Not a house remained standing, not one human being was left alive. Historians differ as to the number of victims....fifteen thousand ; others make it amount to sixty." * At Carcassonne, the bulk of the inhabitants escaped in the night by a subterranean passage. But the...
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The History of Romanism: from the Earliest Corruptions of Christianity to ...

John Dowling - Anti-Catholicism - 1845 - 671 pages
...pile. Not a house remained standing, not one human being was left alive. The Pope's legate, perhaps, feeling some shame for the butchery which he had ordered,...to Innocent III., reduces it to fifteen thousand, though Velly, Mezeray, and other historians make it amount to sixty thousand.* 72. — Roger, the...
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The Bulwark, Or, Reformation Journal: In Defence of the True ..., Volumes 12-14

Anti-Catholicism - 1863
...not one human being was left alive. The Pope's legate, perhaps, iteiing some shame for the butcher}' which he had ordered, in his letter to Innocent III., reduces it to fifteen thousand, though Velly, Mezeray, •чн1 other historians make it amount to sixty thousand. t — Dowlinys IIutwy...
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The Mystery of Iniquity Unveiled: Or, Popery Unfolded and Refuted, and Its ...

Chandler Curtis - Anti-Catholicism - 1866 - 405 pages
...pile. Not a house remained standing, not one human being was left alive. The Pope's legate, perhaps feeling some shame for the butchery which he had ordered,...to Innocent III., reduces it to fifteen thousand, though Velly, Mezeray, and other historians make it amount to sixty thousand." Dowling's History of...
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