Joan of Arc - Maid of Heaven

Joan of Arc
INDEX

  • Adam, De l'Isle, commander of the Burgundian soldiers in Paris, 107
  • Albret, Sire d', assists Joan of Arc at the siege of Saint Pierre-le-Moutier, 115
  • Alençon, Duke of, entrusted with the command of the expedition on the Loire, 73, 74;
    • his personal safety vouchsafed by Joan of Arc, 76;
    • accompanies the King to Rheims, 85;
    • testifies to the military talents of Joan, 95;
    • gives evidence at the trial for her rehabilitation, 265
  • Alessée, John, canon at Rouen, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 147
  • Alnwick, William, Bishop of Norwich, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148
  • Anjou, Duke of, his sympathy with Joan of Arc, 30
  • Anjou, René d', 111
  • Arc, origin of the name, 4
  • Arc, Isabeau d' (mother of Joan of Arc), her influence upon her daughter, 5;
    • at the trial for rehabilitation, 256
  • 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 Compiègne, 122
  • Aubert, John, burgher of Orleans, 273
  • Aubignac, Abbé 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, Clément de l', 292
  • Avét, 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, Petronillé, 274
  • Beaucroix, Simon, at the trial for rehabilitation, 272
  • Beaufort, Henry, Bishop of Winchester. See Winchester.
  • Beaupère, John, canon at Besançon, 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
  • Bellarme, Martin, Dominican priest, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 143
  • Bellier, William, bailiff of Troyes, 89
  • Bellow, J., cited, 150
  • Benel, Abbot of Courcelles, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148
  • Bergame, Philip de, Augustinian monk, 289
  • Berwoit, John, attendant on Joan of Arc, 149, 157
  • Bibliography of Joan of Arc: French, 311;
  • Boissel, Guérold de, 225
  • Bonart, Hervé, canon at Orleans, 274
  • Bonnet, John, priest, 282
  • Bonnet, Simon, Bishop of Senlis, 32
  • Bordez, André, canon at Rouen, 274
  • Boucher, Charlotte, bedfellow of Joan of Arc, at the trial for rehabilitation, 273
  • Boucher, James, host of Joan of Arc in Orleans, 52
  • Boucher, Mary le, 122
  • Bouchier, Peter, priest, 282
  • Boulogne, Count of, accompanies Charles VII. to Rheims, 85
  • Boussac, Marshal de (Saint-Sévère), 40, 47, 58, 75
  • Boyleau, Joan, 273
  • Brullot, John, canon at Rouen, assessor at trial of Joan of Arc, 148
  • Buchon, 291, 292
  • Burgundy, Philip, Duke of, his trimming conduct after the coronation at Rheims, 102;
    • comes to terms with Bedford, 114;
    • intrigues to obtain possession of Compiègne, 121;
    • hands over Joan of Arc to the English, 137

  • Cabu, Gentien, burgher of Orleans, 273
  • Cagny, Perceval de, cited, 66
  • Calixtus III., Pope, sanctions the rehabilitation of Joan of Arc, 254
  • Canelier, John, burgher of Orleans, 273
  • Castiglione, Zanon de, Bishop of Lisieux, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 145, 213
  • Cauchon, Peter, Bishop of Beauvais, 106;
    • his early career, 131;
    • offered preferment by Winchester, 132;
    • ransoms Joan of Arc for the English, 133;
    • resolves that her trial shall take place in Rouen, 141;
    • constitution of his tribunal, 143;
    • his policy at the beginning of the trial, 150, 151;
    • his opening speech, 153;
    • his examination of the Maid, 154 et seq.;
    • fails to attach guilt to her in the public trial, 187;
    • subjects her to a secret examination in prison, 188;
    • contents of his letter of indictment to the University of Paris, 208;
    • tries to extort her submission in illness, 215;
    • decides to put her to the torture, 221;
    • commended for his zealous conduct, 226;
    • seeks to effect her abjuration, 227;
    • absolves her from excommunication, 235;
    • interviews her in prison, 238;
    • hands her over to the secular powers, 248
  • Caval, canon, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148;
    • at the trial for rehabilitation, 282
  • Censurey, Peter de la, canon at Rouen, 274
  • Chapelain, his 'heroic poem' on the Maid, 306
  • Charles II., Duke of Lorraine, seeks an interview with Joan of Arc, 17
  • Charles V. of France, 1
  • Charles VI. of France, 1
  • Charles the Dauphin (afterwards Charles VII.),
    • protests against the dismemberment of France, 1;
    • his wretched condition at the beginning of 1429, 23;
    • interview with Joan of Arc at Chinon, 28;
    • presents her with a suit of armour, 37;
    • meets her after the delivery of Orleans, 70;
    • sets out for Rheims, 83;
    • is crowned there, 91;
    • ennobles Joan, 98;
    • vacillating conduct, 102;
    • marches on Paris, 104;
    • retreats to Gien, 114;
    • takes measures for the rehabilitation of the Maid, 253;
    • real object in doing so, 271
  • Charles, Simon, Master of the Requests, 263
  • Charlet, 292
  • Charnettes, Lebrun les, historian, 292
  • Charron, William le, burgher of Orleans, 272
  • Chartres, Regnault de, Archbishop of Rheims, 32;
    • accompanies Joan of Arc to Blois, 46;
    • tries to thwart her mission, 55;
    • meets Charles VII. on his entry into Rheims, 90;
    • makes a truce with the English, 111;
    • announces the capture of the Maid to the citizens of Rheims, 128
  • Chartrier, William, Bishop of Paris, appointed a commissioner for the rehabilitation of Joan of Arc, 255
  • Chatillon, Archdeacon of Evreux, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 149;
    • his sermon before Joan, 219
  • Chauvigny, Seigneur de, accompanies Charles VII. to Rheims, 85
  • Chinon, the Castle of, 22
  • Clermont, Count of, accompanies Charles VII. to Rheims, 85, 111
  • Coaraze, 40
  • Colin, playmate of Joan of Arc, 259
  • Colin, John, priest, 262
  • Colles, William, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 144, 151;
    • at the trial for rehabilitation, 279
  • Columbel, canon, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148
  • Compaing, Peter, canon at Orleans, 274
  • Compiègne, the town of, 122
  • Contes, Louis de, page of Joan, 37, 268
  • Conti, De, Abbot of Sainte Catherine, Assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148
  • Coppequesne, Nicolas, canon at Rouen, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 147, 224
  • Cormeilles, canon, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148
  • Coulant, 40
  • Coulon, John, burgher of Orleans, 273
  • Coulon, Guillemette de, 273
  • Courcelles, Thomas de, canon, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 145, 150, 202, 224, 235;
    • nature of his evidence at the trial for rehabilitation, 275
  • Cousinot, G., Chancellor of the Duke of Orleans, 291
  • Crique, Peter de, Prior of Sigy, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148
  • Crotoy, Le, importance of, to the English in the fifteenth century, 139
  • Crotoy, canon, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148
  • Culan, Louis, Admiral de, accompanies Charles VII. to Rheims, 85
  • Cusquel, Peter, burgher of Rouen, 284

  • Dacier, Abbot of Saint Corneille of Compiègne, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148, 222
  • Daniel, English writer, 300
  • Darmesteter, M., cited, 300
  • Daron, Peter, attorney, 283
  • Daval, William, priest, at the trial for rehabilitation, 281
  • David, Jesuit priest, 291
  • De Champcoux, John, burgher of Orleans, 273
  • De Commy, Cosmé, burgher of Orleans, 273
  • Delachambre, William, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 149;
    • at the trial for rehabilitation, 278;
    • Joan of Arc's doctor, ib.
  • Delavigne, Casimir, his poems on Joan of Arc, 307
  • Desjardins, Abel, biographer of Joan of Arc, 299
  • Desnoyers, dramatist, 308
  • Desprès, John, 257
  • Domremy, birthplace of Joan of Arc, 3
  • Du Bellay, French writer, cited, 285, 289
  • Dubesert, canon at Rouen, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148;
    • at the trial for rehabilitation, 282
  • Duchemin, canon, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148
  • Du Duc, Fronton, his tragedy on Joan of Arc, 306
  • Du Fay, Geoffrey, knight, 261
  • Dufresnoy, Abbé Longlet, his Life of Joan of Arc, 292
  • Du Lys, Charles, descendant of the Arc family, 290
  • Dumas, Alexandre, his Life of Joan of Arc, 297
  • Dunois, Bastard of Orleans, commander of the French troops in Orleans, 36, 40;
    • interview with Joan of Arc at Reuilly, 51;
    • goes to Blois to bring up reinforcements, 54;
    • attacks the Tournelles, 62, 75;
    • testifies to the military talents of Joan, 95;
    • at the trial for rehabilitation, 266
  • Durement, Abbot of Fécamp, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148

  • Edward III. of England, 1
  • Emenyart, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 149, 212
  • Epinal, Gerardin d', village companion of Joan of Arc, 89, 258
  • Epinal, Isabellette d', friend of Joan of Arc, 258
  • Erard, William, canon of Beauvais, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 149;
    • opposed to applying the torture to her, 224;
    • preaches on the occasion of Joan's abjuration, 230, 232
  • Erault, John, 35
  • Esbalny, Jacques l', burgher of Orleans, 273
  • Estelin, Beatrix d', godmother of Joan of Arc, 258
  • Estivet, John d', surnamed 'Bénédicité,' at trial of Joan of Arc, 143
  • Estouteville, Cardinal d', 254

  • Fabre, Joseph, historian, cited, 164, 258, 266, 284;
    • his works on Joan of Arc, 299
  • Fabyan, Robert, English writer, 299
  • Farciaux, Robert de, canon, 274
  • Fastolfe, Sir John, at the siege of Orleans, 43;
    • sent to Jargeau to reinforce Suffolk, 75;
    • joins forces with Talbot, 78;
    • defeated at the battle of Patay, 80;
    • disgraced, 100
  • Fauconbridge, clerk of the French Parliament, quoted, 68
  • Fave, Jean, Master of Requests, 284
  • Feuillet, Gerard, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 146
  • Fèvre, Le, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 149
  • Fiexvet, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 149
  • Flavigny, William de, governor of Compiègne, 121, 123, 124;
    • his supposed treachery towards Joan, 127
  • Fontaine, John de la, at the trial of Joan of Arc, 143;
    • secretly examines her in prison, 188;
    • flies from the wrath of Couchon, 194
  • Fournier, Jean, priest, testifies in favour of Joan of Arc, 16
  • France, state of, in 1420, 1
  • France, Martin le, 302
  • Franquet d'Arras, English freebooter, captured by Joan of Arc, 120
  • Fremiet, sculptor, 110
  • Frique, Abbot of Bee, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148
  • Fuller, Thomas, 300
  • Fumeux, Jean le, priest, testifies to the piety of Joan of Arc, 17;
    • at the trial for rehabilitation, 262

  • Gargrave, Sir Thomas, mortally wounded in the attack on Orleans, 42
  • Garin, canon, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148
  • Garivel, Francis, at the trial for rehabilitation, 264
  • Gastinel, canon, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148, 224
  • Gaucourt, Raoul de, Grand Master of the King's Household, 40;
    • closes the Burgundy Gate at Orleans against Joan of Arc, 61, 75;
    • at the trial for her rehabilitation, 268
  • Gerard, Henriette, friend of Joan of Arc, 258
  • Giresme, Nicolas de, knight of Rhodes, in the attack on the Tournelles, 64
  • Glansdale, Sir William, succeeds Salisbury in the command of the English forces before Orleans, 42, 59;
    • drowned in the Loire, 65
  • Gloucester, Duke of, English Protector, 101
  • Godart, Raoul, canon at Rouen, 274
  • Godefroy, Denis, 291
  • 'Godon,' the French sobriquet for the English, 61
  • Gounod, 309
  • Grasset, Peter, governor of La Charité, 116
  • Graverent, John, Dominican priest and Grand Inquisitor of France, at the trial of Joan of Arc, 143
  • Graville, De, 58
  • Green, J.R., 300
  • Greene, Robert, dramatist, 305
  • Gris, John, English knight, personal attendant on Joan of Arc, 149, 157
  • Grouchet, Richard de, priest, 282
  • Guerdon, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 149
  • Guesdon, Laurent, clerk and advocate to the lay court of Rouen, 284
  • Guillemeth, playmate of Joan of Arc, 259
  • Guthrie, his Life of Joan of Arc, 300

  • Haillon, French writer, 289
  • Haiton, William, English priest, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148, 222, 224
  • Hall, English historian, quoted, for the delivery of Orleans, 66, 299
  • Harcourt, Christophe d', Bishop of Castres, confessor of Charles VII., 71
  • Henry II. of England, 26
  • Henry III. of England, his death at Chinon, 25
  • Henry V. of England, his position in France in 1420, 1, 39
  • Henry VI. of England, 100, 137
  • Herrings, the battle of the, 44
  • Hilaire, John, burgher of Orleans, 273
  • Hire, La, 40;
    • persuaded to break off swearing by Joan of Arc, 46;
    • assists in the attack on the Tournelles, 62;
    • leads the van at the battle of Patay, 80;
    • accompanies Charles VII. to Rheims, 85
  • Holinshed, English writer, 299
  • Hordal, John, descendant of the Arc family, 291
  • Houppeville, Nicolas de, doctor of theology, 278
  • Hue, Peter, burgher of Orleans, 273

  • Illiers, Florent d', 53
  • Ingres, his picture of Joan of Arc, 92
  • Inquisition, the, resolve to prosecute Joan of Arc as a sorceress and idolatress, 130

  • Jacquard, playmate of Joan of Arc, 259
  • Jacquier, native of Domremy, 261
  • Jacquier, Guillot, 262
  • Joan of Arc, her birth and parentage, 3;
    • her amiable character, 5;
    • devotion to religious duties, 6;
    • first visions, 7;
    • her belief in their reality, 8;
    • interviews with Baudricourt, 11, 14;
    • visits Duke Charles of Lorraine, 17;
    • her popularity at Vaucouleurs, 18;
    • her equipment, 19;
    • sets out for Chinon, 20;
    • opposed by La Tremoïlle, 24;
    • arrival at Chinon, 25;
    • interview with the King, 26;
    • favourably impresses him, 29;
    • trains herself in military exercises, 30;
    • examined at Poitiers before the French Parliament, 32;
    • her mission sanctioned, 36;
    • prepares her standard, 37;
    • arrives at Blois, 46;
    • despatches a letter to the Duke of Bedford, 47;
    • her interview with Dunois before Orleans, 51;
    • enthusiastic entry into the city, 52;
    • summons the English to surrender, 53;
    • meets Dunois with the relieving forces, 55;
    • her first engagement, 57;
    • carries the Bastille des Augustins, 59;
    • prophesies she will be wounded, 60;
    • leads the attack on the Tournelles, 62;
    • wounded, 63;
    • rallies the wavering French, 64;
    • compels the English to raise the siege, 65;
    • returns to Chinon, 69;
    • urges Charles VII. to go to Rheims, 70;
    • leads the expedition on the Loire, 73;
    • storms and takes Jargeau, 75;
    • gains the battle of Patay, 80;
    • sets out for Rheims with Charles, 84;
    • the enforced halt before Troyes, 85;
    • expresses her fear of treachery, 89;
    • at the King's coronation in Rheims cathedral, 91;
    • her military talents, 94;
    • her humane conduct in war, 96;
    • ennobled by Charles, 98;
    • advises the latter to march on Paris, 101;
    • writes to the Duke of Burgundy for assistance, 102;
    • resolves to attempt to take Paris, 107;
    • her impetuous onslaught, 109;
    • again wounded, 110;
    • deposits her armour and arms in the fane of Saint Denis, 113;
    • assaults and captures the fortress of Saint Pierre-le-Moutier, 115;
    • fails to take La Charité, 117;
    • her simplicity and freedom from egotism, ib.;
    • captures an English freebooter and his band at Lagny, 120;
    • received with joy in Compiègne, 122;
    • attacks the Burgundians at Margny, 124;
    • driven back from Clairvoix, 124;
    • taken prisoner, 125;
    • removed to the castle of Beaulieu, in Picardy, 129;
    • handed over to Peter Cauchon, 133;
    • attempts to escape, 135, 136;
    • delivered to the English, 138;
    • taken to Rouen, 141;
    • barbarously treated, 142;
    • demands that her judges should be equally divided in nationality, 153;
    • her answers to Cauchon and Beaupère, 154 sq.;
    • secretly interrogated in prison, 188;
    • continued maltreatment, 196;
    • the twelve articles on which her condemnation was founded, 207;
    • falls ill in prison, 214;
    • again interrogated by Cauchon, 215;
    • threatened with torture, 221;
    • condemned by the University of Paris, 225;
    • her abjuration, 228 sq.;
    • discards her male attire, 236;
    • roughly treated by her guard, ib.;
    • her forgiving nature, 239;
    • is apprised of her fate, 243;
    • upbraids Cauchon, ib.;
    • confesses and receives the sacrament, 244;
    • pardons Loiseleur, 246;
    • handed over to the secular powers, 248;
    • implores pardon for her enemies, ib.;
    • her martyrdom, 250;
    • the trial for her rehabilitation, 253 sq.
  • Jocab, Dominic, curate, 261
  • Jolivet, Abbot of St. Michel's Mount, Normandy, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148
  • Jollois, historian, 297
  • Jonqualt, Peter, burgher at Orleans, 273
  • Jonson, Ben, cited for the authorship of the First Part of King Henry VI., 304
  • Jouvenel des Ursins, John, Archbishop of Rheims, appointed commissioner for the rehabilitation of Joan of Arc, 255
  • Joyart, Mengette, friend of Joan of Arc, 258

  • Labbé, Abbot of Saint George de Bocherville, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148
  • Laclopssé, Bertrand, thatcher, 261
  • Ladvenu, Martin, Dominican priest, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 149;
    • cited for her brutal treatment in prison, 238;
    • sent to apprise her of her fate, 243;
    • receives her confession and administers the sacrament, 244;
    • attends her to execution, 245;
    • at the trial for her rehabilitation, 280
  • La Fontaine, biographer of Joan of Arc, 299
  • Laiguise, John, Bishop of Troyes, offers to capitulate Troyes to King Charles VII., 88
  • Lamartine, 299
  • Landor, Walter Savage, 300
  • Langart, John de, godfather of Joan of Arc, 258
  • Laval, Count Guy de, cited, 73;
    • accompanies the King to Rheims, 85
  • Laxart, Durand, cousin of Joan of Arc, 11;
    • at the trial for rehabilitation, 261
  • Lebourg, William, prior, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148
  • Le Cuin, playmate of Joan of Arc, 259
  • Ledoux, canon, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148, 224
  • Le France, Martin, French poet, 300
  • Le Fèvre, Jean, bishop, at the trial for rehabilitation, 276
  • Lemaître, Husson, coppersmith, 275
  • Lemaître, John, Dominican prior, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 143, 157, 188, 224
  • Lenozoles, John de, priest, 282
  • Lepage, Bastien, his picture of Joan of Arc, 12
  • Leroux, abbot of Jumièges, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148
  • Leroy, canon, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148
  • Lessarmentrer, Mauger, chief torturer of Rouen, at the trial for rehabilitation, 282
  • Ligny, John de, 128;
    • transfers Joan of Arc to his castle of Beaurevoir, 135;
    • delivers her into the hands of the Duke of Burgundy, 137;
    • taunts her in prison, 142
  • Lisle, Lancelot de, at the siege of Orleans, 43
  • Loheac, Seigneur de, accompanies Charles VII. to Rheims, 85
  • Lohier, John, threatened by Cauchon for his sympathy with Joan of Arc, 199
  • Loiseleur, Nicolas, canon of Rouen, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 146;
    • his infamous conduct, ib., 197;
    • his remorse, 199;
    • intent on torture, 222, 224;
    • seeks to effect her abjuration, 227, 232, 235;
    • asks pardon of her, 246
  • Lombard, Jean, professor of theology, 33
  • Longueil, Richard de, Bishop of Coutances, appointed a commissioner for the rehabilitation of Joan of Arc, 255
  • Luce, Simeon, cited, 14, 299
  • Luillier, John, at the trial for rehabilitation, 272
  • Luxembourg, John of, 106
  • Luxembourg, Louis of, Bishop of Thérouanne, in command of the English soldiers in Paris, 107;
    • consents to the sale of Joan of Arc to the English, 133;
    • an assessor at the trial of the Maid, 144

  • Machot, Gerard, Bishop of Castres, 32
  • Mackintosh, Sir James, 300
  • Maçon, Robert de, 71
  • Macquelonne, the Bishop of, 32
  • Macy, historian, cited, 142
  • Macy, Aimonde de, soldier, 283
  • Mahon, Lord, 300
  • Mailly, John de, Bishop of Noyon, assessor at trial of Joan of Arc, 144;
    • at the trial for rehabilitation, 276
  • Manchon, William, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 144, 151, 157, 209;
    • cited for the brutal treatment of her guard, 237, 238;
    • at the trial for rehabilitation, 279
  • Mansier, canon, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148
  • Marcel, John, 284
  • 'Margette,' the, 24
  • Marguerie, canon at Rouen, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148, 222, 224, 282
  • Marie, Thomas, priest, 282
  • Marin, Captain, cited, 112, 127
  • Martigny, Louis de, 216
  • Martin, Henry, historian, 298
  • Martyn, English writer, 300
  • Masle, Du, Abbot of Saint Ouen, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148
  • Masnier, playmate of Joan of Arc, 259
  • Massieu, John, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 144, 151, 153;
    • grants her permission to kneel at the prison chapel door, 197, 222;
    • urges her to abjure, 232;
    • cited for the brutal treatment of her guard, 237, 249;
    • at the trial for rehabilitation, 280
  • Maurice, Peter, 243
  • Metz, Jean de, becomes acquainted with Joan of Arc, 14;
    • escorts her to Chinon, 19;
    • at the trial for rehabilitation, 261
  • Mézarie, historian, 291
  • Michelet, cited, 3, 82, 121, 131, 187, 199, 236, 238, 291;
    • his Life of Joan of Arc, 297
  • Midi, Nicolas, D.D., assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 146;
    • his sermon on the eve of Joan's death, 246
  • Migiet, Peter, Prior of Longueville, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148;
    • at trial for rehabilitation, 277
  • Milet, Peter, 274
  • Moen, John, of Domremy, 261
  • Monsteschère, John de, master gunner at the siege of Orleans, 43
  • Monstrelet, Enguerrand de, cited, 46, 129;
    • the most eminent writer against Joan of Arc, 289
  • Montaigne, cited, 12
  • Montgomery, commands the English forces before Compiègne, 123
  • Montjeu, Philibert de, Bishop of Coutances, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 145
  • Moreaux, John, burgher of Rouen, 284
  • Morel, Aubert, canon, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148, 222, 224
  • Morel, John, village companion of Joan of Arc, 89
  • Morel de Greux, John, godfather of Joan of Arc, 258
  • Morellet, canon, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148
  • Moret, Abbot of Préaux, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148
  • Morice, Peter, canon at Rouen, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 146, 226
  • Mystery play, the French, on Joan of Arc, 301

  • Nicolas V., Pope, opposed to the rehabilitation of Joan of Arc, 254

  • Orleans, the siege of, begun by the English, 13;
    • enthusiasm of the people of, for Joan of Arc, 36;
    • its defences, 39;
    • horrors of the siege, 45;
    • the siege raised, 66, 68
  • Ourche, Albert d', knight, 261

  • Paris, Martial de, French poet, 301
  • Paris, University of. See University
  • Parliament, French, at Poitiers, 31;
    • examine Joan of Arc, 32;
    • sanction her mission, 36
  • Pasquerel, Jean, cited, 27, 37;
    • at the trial for rehabilitation, 268
  • Pasquier, Stephen, French jurisconsult, 290
  • Patay, the battle of, 80
  • Perrin le Drassier, bell-ringer of Domremy, 260
  • Petitot, 291, 292
  • Pierre, Isambard de la, Dominican priest, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 149, 151;
    • his sympathy for her, 195, 224, 235;
    • cited for the brutal treatment of her guard, 238;
    • attends her last moments, 245, 249, 251;
    • at the trial for rehabilitation, 280
  • Pinchon, canon, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148
  • Pisan, Christine de, poetess, 301
  • Poitiers, the Great Hall of, 31;
    • the Bishop of, 32
  • Pole, John de la, at the siege of Orleans, 43
  • Pole, William de la. See Suffolk
  • Postel, William, French writer, 290
  • Postian, William, burgher of Orleans, 273
  • Pougoulat, 292
  • Poulangy, Bertrand de, 11;
    • escorts Joan of Arc on her journey to Chinon, 19;
    • at the trial for rehabilitation, 261
  • Prévosteau, advocate, at the trial for rehabilitation, 256

  • Quicherat, historian, cited, 24, 55, 291;
    • his literary labours, 292
  • Quincey, De, 300

  • Rabelais, connection with Chinon, 25
  • Rabuteau, Maître Jean, Parliamentary Advocate-General, 32
  • Radley, English officer, 107
  • Raimond, page of Joan, 37
  • Rainguesson, John, godfather of Joan of Arc, 258
  • Rais, Seigneur de, 47, 75;
    • accompanies Charles VII. to Rheims, 85
  • Regnault, William, captures the Earl of Suffolk at Jargeau, 77
  • Rheims, coronation of Charles VII. at, 91
  • Rheims, the Archbishop of. See Chartres, Regnault de
  • Richard, Father, his interview with Joan of Arc, 86
  • Richarville, Guillaume de, 274
  • Richemont, Constable de, joins the army of the Loire, 78
  • Richer, Edmond, doctor of theology, 291
  • Rochelle, Catherine de la, her deceit exposed by Joan of Arc, 118
  • Roger, Denis, burgher of Orleans, 273
  • Roquier, John, priest, 282
  • Rotslaer, Sire de, cited, 60
  • Rouillart, William, burgher of Orleans, 272
  • Roussel, 224
  • Rouvray, the Battle of the Herrings near, 44
  • Royer, Henry and Joan le, 261

  • Sainte-Beuve, cited, 2;
    • on Wallon's biography of Joan of Arc, 298
  • Saint-Mesmin, Aignan de, burgher of Orleans, 273
  • Saint-Prix, Berriat, historian, 293;
    • his itinerary of the last three years of the life of Joan of Arc, ib.
  • Saint-Sévère, Marshal. See Boussac.
  • Salisbury, commands the English forces before Orleans, 40;
    • mortally wounded, 42
  • Saulx, canon, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 148
  • Savoy, Duke of, 106
  • Scales, Lord, at siege of Orleans, 42
  • Schiller, his Jungfrau von Orleans, 307
  • 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
  • Thépelin 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
  • Théverien, 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
  • Toutmouillé, John, apprises Joan of Arc of her fate, 243;
    • at the trial for rehabilitation, 281
  • Tremoïlle, 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
  • Venderès, Nicolas de, canon of Rouen, assessor at the trial of Joan of Arc, 147, 222, 225
  • Vendôme, Comte de, Chamberlain to Charles VII., 27, 75;
    • accompanies the King to Rheims, 85
  • Verdi, 307
  • Vernon, Raoul Roussel de, reporter at the trial of Joan of Arc, 147
  • Versailles, Pierre de, 35
  • Veuillot, on Wallon's Life of Joan of Arc, 298
  • Viennne, Colet de, escorts Joan of Arc to Chinon, 19
  • Villars, French knight, 36
  • Villaume, biographer of Joan of Arc, 299
  • Villon, François, his lines on Joan of Arc, 302, 308
  • Viole, Aignan, advocate, 274
  • Virey, his tragedy on Joan of Arc, 306
  • Virgile, Polydore, French writer, 290
  • Viriville, Vallet de, 291
  • Volant, John, burgher of Orleans, 272
  • Voltaire, cited, 285;
  • Wallon, historian, cited, 46, 126, 210, 211, 227, 297
  • Wandome, the Bastard of, 128
  • Warwick, Earl of, visits Joan of Arc in prison, 142;
    • threatens Isambard de la Pierre for his sympathy with her, 196;
    • demands that she should be saved from a natural death, 214;
    • enraged at the prospect of her release, 235
  • Waterin, playmate of Joan of Arc, 259
  • Waverin, English officer, cited for the English loss at the battle of Patay, 80
  • Winchester, Henry Beaufort, Bishop of, arrives in Paris with his army, 101;
    • retains Peter Cauchon to prosecute Joan of Arc, 132;
    • his scheme for this purpose, 137;
    • at the abjuration of Joan, 229;
    • weeps over her fate, 248

  • Xaintrailles, 40, 47;
    • accompanies Charles VII. to Rheims, 85;
    • taken prisoner, 125

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