Memoirs of Jeanne D'Arc, Surnamed La Pucelle D'Orleans: With the History of Her Times, Volumen1

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William Henry Ireland
R. Triphook, 1824

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Página 155 - Gentle dauphin," she said to the king (for she did not think it right to call him king so long as he was not crowned), " my name is Joan the maid ; the King of Heaven sendeth you word by me that you shall be anointed and crowned in the city of Rheims, and shall be lieutenant of the King of Heaven, who is king of France.
Página 159 - B ; je viens de la part du roi du ciel pour lever le siège d'Orléans et pour conduire le roi à Reims, où il doit être sacré et couronné ; mais il faut auparavant que j'écrive aux Anglais -pour les sommer de se retirer ; car telle est la volonté de/I>icu.
Página cxxxviii - ... meilleur droit de Dieu du ciel. Vous, duc de Bedford, la Pucelle vous prie et vous requiert que vous ne vous faictes mie destruire.
Página 154 - Anjou, by whom, he had eleven children, four sous and seven daughters, of whom two sons only survived him, namely, Louis and Charles ; he had also three illegitimate children, according to Mezeray. In 1461, Charles died at Meun, in the province of Berry, in the sixtieth year of his age and the fortieth of his reign, having abstained from taking nourishment, under the apprehension of being poisoned, through the machinations of his son, the dauphin, afterwards Louis XI.
Página cxviii - Elle lui répondit : — Gentil dauphin, j'ai nom Jeanne la Pucelle et vous mande le Roi des cieux par moi que vous serez sacré et couronné à Reims et serez le lieutenant du Roi des cieux, qui est le roi de France.
Página 157 - French estate then deepelie in distresse ; in whome, for planting a credit the rather, first the companie that toward the Dolphin did conduct hir, through places all dangerous, as holden by the English, (where she neuer was afore,) all the waie and by nightertale safelie did she lead...
Página 215 - ... poynt of recovery, was driven only to overcome by battaill, and to subdue by force. By whiche victory, (as he putte his confidence in God) he trusted not onely to scourge and plague the citees whiche were so sodainly chaungeable, but also to assuage and caulme the haute corage of the newe sacred Frenche kyng and his companions. Wherefore, he havyng together Jt. M. good Englishmen, (beside Normans) departed out of Paris, in warlike fashion.
Página 158 - Unto the Dolphin into his gallerie when first she was brought ; and he, shadowing himselfe behind, setting other gaie lords before him to trie hir cunning, from all the companie, with a salutation, (that indeed marz all the matter.) she pickt him out alone...
Página ci - I should see the king before the middle of Lent, even if I am compelled to wear my legs to the very knees in the journey. For no living creature, nor kings, nor dukes, nor the daughter of the king of Scotland, nor any others, can retake the kingdom of France, since there is no succour...

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