How this affected the Vaudois we will consider in our next chapter.
The monks renewed their old game of kidnapping the children of the Vaudois.
Finding this, the Vaudois betook themselves to the summit of Galmon, where they halted, and Arnaud reviewed his men.
Secondly, the ground on which he sought admission into the Vaudois Church.
Encouraged by their success at Bobi, the Vaudois rashly attacked Villar, lower down the valley, and were repulsed with loss.
The Vaudois peasantry were for the most part unarmed, and their only crime was their religion.
The Marquis de Parelles next advanced, and summoned the Vaudois to surrender; but in vain.
They belonged to the Vaudois Church, and repudiated Romanism.
I do not hesitate, therefore, to blame our Vaudois for having thus departed from the wise maxims of their forefathers.
Here the Vaudois purchased a store of food and wine, which they duly paid for.