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" Lavaur, who could descend into it by subterranean passages, cleared away each night all that had been thrown in during the day. At last Montfort succeeded in filling the mines with flame and smoke, and thereby prevented the inhabitants from passing into... "
History of the Crusades Against the Albigenses: In the Thirteenth Century - Page 72
by Jean-Charles-Léonard Simonde Sismondi - 1826 - 266 pages
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The London Magazine, Volume 16

John Scott, John Taylor - English literature - 1826
...unceasingly to fill up the ditch, whilst the inhabitants of Lavaur, who could descend into it by the subterranean passages, cleared away each night all...breach. On the day of the finding of the holy cross, the 3d of May, 1211, Montfort judged the breach to he practicable. The crusaders prepared for the assault....
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The London Magazine, Volume 6

1826
...Lavaur, who could descend into it by the subterranean passages, cleared away each night all that 1,ul been thrown in during the day. At last Montfort succeeded...On the day of the finding of . the holy cross, the 3d of May, 1211, Montfort judged the breach to be practicable. The crusaders prepared for the assault....
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The Saturday magazine

1838
...inhabitants of Lavaur, who could descend into it by subterraneous passages, cleared away in the night time all that had been thrown in during the day. At last...terrible paw began to open and enlarge the breach. On the third of May, 1211, De Montfort judged the breach to be practicable, and the crusaders prepared for...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 12

Periodicals - 1838
...inhabitants of Lavaur, who could descend into it by subterraneous passages, cleared away in the night time all that had been thrown in during the day. At last...filled, the cat was pushed to the foot of the wall j and its terrible paw began to open and enlarge the breach. On the third of May, 1211, De Montfort...
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Ecclesiastical history, a course of lectures

William Jones - 1838
...of Lavaur, who could descend into it by subterranean passages, contrived every night to clear away all that had been thrown in during the day. At last,...smoke, and thereby prevented the inhabitants from entering them. The ditches were then speedily filled, the cat was pushed to the foot of the wall, and...
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