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" Resistance was impossible; ftnd the only care of Simon de Montfort was to prevent the crusaders from instantly falling upon the inhabitants, and to beseech them rather to make prisoners. that the^ priests of the living God might not be deprived of their... "
History of the Crusades Against the Albigenses: In the Thirteenth Century - Page 73
by Jean-Charles-Léonard Simonde Sismondi - 1826 - 266 pages
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The London Magazine, Volume 6

1826
...de Montfort was to prevent the crusaders from instantly falling upon the inhabitants, and to beseech them rather to make prisoners. that the^ priests of...immediately ordered them to be hanged upon the gallows ; but, as soon as Aimery, the stoutest among them, was hanged, the gallows fell ; for, in their great...
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Christianity, protestantism and popery, compared and contrasted [by W.R ...

William Russell MacDonald - 1829
..."joyous " results of the capture of Lavaur : — " Very soon they dragged out of the castle Aimery, <c Lord of Montreal, and other knights, to the number...immediately ordered them to be " hanged upon the gallows ; but as soon as Aimery, the " stoutest among them, was hanged, the gallows fell ; for, in " their...
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The signs of the times, as denoted by fulfilment of historical ..., Volume 2

Alexander Keith - 1832
...de Montfort was to prevent the crusaders from instantly falling upon the inhabitants, and to beseech them rather to make prisoners, that the priests of...God might not be deprived of their promised joys. Our pilgrims,' continues the monk of Vaux-Cernay, ' collected the innumerable heretics that the castle...
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The signs of the times, as denoted by fulfilment of historical ..., Volume 2

Alexander Keith - 1832
...de Montfort was to prevent the crusaders from instantly falling upon the inhabitants, and to beseech them rather to make prisoners, that the priests of the living God mig fit not be deprived of their promised joys. Our pilgrims," continues the monk of Vaux-Cernay, '...
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History of the Waldenses, from the Earliest Period Till the Present Time

William Sime - Church history - 1834 - 323 pages
...crusaders from instantly falling upon the inhabitants, and to beseech them rather to make prisoners, thai the priests of the living God might not be deprived of their promised joys !!" " Very soon," adds a monkish writer, who was an eye-witness of the whole transaction, " they dragged out of the castle...
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The Christian lady's magazine, ed. by Charlotte Elizabeth, Volume 24

Charlotte Elizabeth Tonna - 1845
...earnestly entreated the furious assailants to restrain their present vengeance and to take all alive, that the priests of the living God might not be deprived of their promised joys. He was obeyed : Aimery was first dragged forth, with his faithful companions in arms ; and de Montfort...
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The Saturday Magazine ...

1838
...de Montfort was to prevent the crusaders from instantly falling upon the inhabitants, and to beseech them rather to make prisoners, that the priests of...Montreal, and other knights, to the number of eighty, whom the noble earl immediately ordered to he hanged upon the gallows ; but as soon as Aimery, the...
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The Saturday Magazine, Volume 12

1838
...de Montfort was to prevent the crusaders from instantly falling upon the inhabitants, and to beseech them rather to make prisoners, that the priests of...promised joys. " Very soon," continues the monk of Vaux-Cemay, " they dragged out °f 'he castle, Aimery Lord of Montreal, and other knights, to the number...
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Ecclesiastical history, a course of lectures, Volume 2

William Jones - 1838
...de Montfort was to prevent the crusaders from instantly falling upon the inhabitants, and to beseech them rather to make prisoners, that the priests of...be deprived of their promised joys. " Very soon," says their own monkish historian, " they dragged out of the casde Aimery, lord of Montreal, and other...
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The Churchman's Monthly Review and Chronicle

Christianity - 1843
...women were burnt alive on one pile. The next castle taken was that of Lavaur, whence " they dragged out Aimery, Lord of Montreal, and other knights to the...immediately ordered them to be hanged upon the gallows; but, as soon as Aimery, the stoutest among them, was hanged, the gallows fell ; for, in their great...
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