Joan of Arc eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 249 pages of information about Joan of Arc.

Arc, Jacques d’ (father of Joan of Arc), his social position, 4;
  his death, 255

Arc, Joan of. See Joan of Arc

Arc, John d’ (brother of Joan of Arc), 37;
  at the trial for her rehabilitation, 256, 285

Arc, Peter d’ (brother of Joan of Arc), 37;
  taken prisoner with his sister, 125;
  at the trial for rehabilitation, 256

Armagnac, Thibauld d’, Sire de Thermes, 40;
  at the trial for the rehabilitation of Joan of Arc, 274

Arnolin, Henri, priest, 260

Arras, Bishop of, 106

Arundel, Earl of, threatens the town of Compiegne, 122

Aubert, John, burgher of Orleans, 273

Aubignac, Abbe d’, his tragedy on Joan of Arc, 306

Auguy, Raoul, canon at Rouen, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 147

Aulon, John d’, esquire of Joan of Arc, 37, 56, 57;
  rescues his mistress, 115;
  taken prisoner with her, 125, 134;
  gives evidence at the trial for her rehabilitation, 257, 271

Aunoy, Arnoult d’, Celibat of the Monastery of Saint
Urban-les-Joinville, 21

Averdy, Clement de l’, 292

Avet, John de Saint, Bishop of Avranches, assessor at the trial of
Joan of Arc, 145

Avrigni, D’, dramatic poet, 308

Aymeri, William, doctor of theology, 33

Bailly, Nicolas, scrivener, 260

Baker, Sir Richard, English writer, 300

Bar, Count de, 3

Barante, historian, 297

Barbier, Robert, canon of Rouen, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 147

Barbier, Jean, King’s Advocate, 224;
  at the trial for the rehabilitation of Joan of Arc, 263

Barbier, Jules, 309

Barrey, John, godfather of Joan of Arc, 258

Basin, Thomas, Bishop of Lisieux, quoted for Joan of Arc’s belief in the reality of her visions, 8

Basset, John, canon, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148

Baubribosc, William de, canon at Rouen, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 147

Baudricourt, Robert de, 9;
  his first interview with Joan of Arc, 12;
  second interview, 14;
  presents her with his sword, 21

Beaucharnys, John, burgher of Orleans, 273

Beaucharnys, Petronille, 274

Beaucroix, Simon, at the trial for rehabilitation, 272

Beaufort, Henry, Bishop of Winchester. See Winchester.

Beaupere, John, canon at Besancon, assessor at the trial of Joan of
Arc, 145;
  examines and cross-questions her, 158;
  seeks to effect her abjuration, 227;
  at the trial for rehabilitation, 276

Bedford, Duke of, sends Fastolfe to Suffolk’s assistance at Jargeau, 75;
  takes refuge in the fortress of Vincennes, 100;
  appeals for help to the Duke of Burgundy and the Bishop of
  Winchester, 101;
  advances from Paris, 103;
  returns there, 105;
  leaves for Normandy, 107;
  comes to terms with the Duke of Burgundy, 114;
  invokes the aid of the Church against Joan of Arc, 130

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