Joan of Arc eBook

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

Sequier, Dominican monk, 32;
  questions Joan, 33;
  at the trial for rehabilitation, 263

Shakespeare and the character of Joan of Arc, 301, 309

Sionne, Etienne de, curate, 260

Sismondi, historian, 296

Solera, 309

Sorel, Agnes, 52

Soumet, dramatic poet, 308

Southey, cited, 306;
  his heroic poem on Joan of Arc, 307

Stafford, Lord, visits Joan of Arc in prison, 142

Sterling, John, 300

Stern, Daniel, French authoress, 308

Stow, historian, 299

Stuart, John, Constable of Scotland, killed at the battle of the
Herrings, 45

Stuart, William, brother of the Constable of Scotland, killed at the battle of the Herrings, 45

Suffolk, William de la Pole, Earl of, commands the English forces
before Orleans, 43;
  confronts the French at Jargeau, 75;
  defeated and captured, 77

Talbot, Lord, at the siege of Orleans, 42;
  withdraws his forces, 67;
  joins hands with Fastolfe, 78;
  defeated and taken prisoner, 80

Talbot, William, attendant on Joan of Arc, 149, 157

Taquel, Nicolas, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 144;
  at the trial for rehabilitation, 280

Thepelin de Viteau, Jeannette, god-mother of Joan of Arc, 258

Theroude, Abbot of Mortemer, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148

Thevenin le Royer, of Domremy, 261

Theverien, Jeannette, godmother of Joan of Arc, 258

Thibault, Gobert, 32, 264

Thierry, Reginald, court physician, 274

Thou, James de, burgher of Orleans, 273

Tilloy, Jamet de, French knight, 36

Tiphanie, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 149, 278

Touraine, James de, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 146

Toutmouille, John, apprises Joan of Arc of her fate, 243;
  at the trial for rehabilitation, 281

Tremoille, George de la, minister of Charles VII., 23;
  tries to thwart Joan of Arc in her mission, 24, 30, 55, 112;
  alarmed at her ever-growing popularity, 83;
  accompanies the King to Rheims, 85, 128

Troyes, the treaty of (1420), 1

Troyes, John de, senior of the Faculty of Theology in the University of Paris, 224

University of Paris, aid in the prosecution of Joan of Arc, 130;
  constitution of the, 134;
  recommend the removal of Joan to Paris, 140;
  their decision regarding her guilt, 224

Vaillant, Peter, burgher of Orleans, 273

Vaux, Pasquier de, canon, one of the tribunal on the trial of Joan of
Arc, 148

Venderes, Nicolas de, canon of Rouen, assessor at the trial of Joan of
Arc, 147, 222, 225

Vendome, Comte de, Chamberlain to Charles VII., 27, 75;
  accompanies the King to Rheims, 85

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