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" Such was the issue of this crusade, so justly designated by two chronicles, expeditio nugatoria, erpeditio derisoria.^ Two facts strike us as extraordinary in this account : the condition attached by the Old Man of the Mountain to the liberty of the clerk... "
The History of the Crusades - Page 445
by Joseph Fr. Michaud - 1853
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Michaud's history of the crusades, Volume 3

Joseph Fr. Michaud - Crusades - 1852
...this crusade, so justly designated by two •chronicles, expeditio nugatoria, expeditio derisoria.'f Two facts strike us as extraordinary in this account...furnished by Alberic, and is confirmed by Thomas of ChampM? and Roger Bacon. f Ckroii, Angus. ; C'hron. Argent. ceived among the nations of the West. It...
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History of the Crusades, tr. by W. Robson

Joseph François Michaud - 1852
...was the issue of this crusade, so justly designated by two chronicles, expeditio nugatoria, expeditio derisoria.^ Two facts strike us as extraordinary in...merchants of Marseilles. Upon the first point we can ofier nothing but the opinion re* This account is furnished by Alberic, and is confirmed by Thomas...
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The Historians' History of the World: Parthians, Sassanids, and Arabs. The ...

Henry Smith Williams - World history - 1904
...the condition attached by the Old Man of the Mountain to the liberty of the clerk of whom Vincent de Beauvais speaks, and the trade in children carried...the first point we can offer nothing but the opinion received among the nations of the West. It was generally believed in the thirteenth century, that the...
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The Historians' History of the World: A Comprehensive Narrative of ..., Volume 8

Henry Smith Williams - World history - 1909
...obliged either to perform the pilgrimage at a maturor age, or to redeem it by alms. Two facts strike ua as extraordinary in this account; the condition attached...Mountain to the liberty of the clerk of whom Vincent de Beauvaia speaks, and the trade in children carried on by the merchants of Marseilles. Upon the first...
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