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" Antioch and with the innumerable troops coming to its aid, whom we rushed to meet, we fought with the fiercest courage, under the leadership of Christ. And in all these seven battles, by the aid of the Lord God, we conquered and most assuredly killed... "
Old World Background to American History: An Elementary History for the ... - Page 236
by Samuel Bannister Harding, Margaret Snodgrass Harding - 1919 - 378 pages
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The Early Reformation Period in England

Edward Potts Cheyney - Great Britain - 1895 - 20 pages
...And in all these seven battles, by the aid of the Lord God, we conquered and most assuredly killed an innumerable host of them. In those battles, indeed,...and their souls were borne to the joys of paradise. / We found the city of Antioch very extensive, fortified with incredible strength and almost impregnable....
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Translations and Reprints from the Original Sources of [European ..., Volume 1

University of Pennsylvania. Dept. of History - 1902
...And in all these seven battles, by the aid of the L,ord God, we conquered and most assuredly killed an innumerable host of them. In those battles, indeed,...and their souls were borne to the joys of paradise. We found the city of Antioch very extensive, fortified with incredible strength and almost impregnable....
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Readings in European History: From the breaking up of the Roman empire to ...

Europe - 1904
...and in all these seven battles, by the aid of the Lord God, we conquered, and most assuredly killed an innumerable host of them. In those battles, indeed,...and their souls were borne to the joys of paradise. We found Antioch a very great town, fortified with incredible strength and almost impregnable. In addition,...
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Readings in European History: From the breaking up of the Roman empire to ...

Europe - 1904
...Syrians, Armenians, and other different races, of whom an infinite multitude had gathered together there. In fighting against these enemies of God and of our own we have, by God's permission, endured many sufferings and innumerable evils up to the present time. Many also have already...
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Essentials in medieval and modern history: (from Charlemagne to the present day)

Samuel Bannister Harding, Albert Bushnell Hart - History, Modern - 1905 - 612 pages
...And in all these seven battles, by the aid of the Lord God, we conquered and most assuredly killed an innumerable host of them. In those battles, indeed,...Paradise. "In fighting against these enemies of God, and our own, we have by God's grace endured many sufferings and innumerable evils up to the present time....
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Essentials in Medieval and Modern History: (from Charlemagne to the Present Day)

Samuel Bannister Harding, Albert Bushnell Hart - Middle Ages - 1905 - 612 pages
...And in all these seven, battles, by the aid of the Lord God, we conquered and most assuredly killed an innumerable host of them. In those battles, indeed,...'•'In fighting against these enemies of God, and our own, we have by God's grace endured many sufferings and innumerable evils up to the present time....
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A Source Book of MediŠval History: Documents Illustrative of European Life ...

Frederic Austin Ogg - Europe - 1907 - 504 pages
...And in all these seven battles, by the aid of the Lord God, we conquered and most assuredly killed an innumerable host of them. In those battles, indeed,...and their souls were borne to the joys of paradise. We found the city of Antioch very extensive, fortified with the greatest strength and almost impossible...
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Letters from Many Pens

Margaret Coult - 1917 - 374 pages
...And in all these seven battles, by the aid of the Lord God, we conquered and most assuredly killed an innumerable host of them. In those battles, indeed, and in very many attacks made upon the city, 5 many of our brethren and followers were killed and their souls were borne to the joys of paradise....
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The First Crusade: "The Chronicle of Fulcher of Chartres" and Other Source ...

Fulcher of Chartres - Biography & Autobiography - 1998 - 317 pages
...And in all these seven battles, by the aid of the Lord God, we conquered and most assuredly killed an innumerable host of them. In those battles, indeed,...and their souls were borne to the joys of paradise. We found the city of Antioch very extensive, fortified with incredible strength and almost impregnable....
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