Payment to Pierre Cauchon for Presiding at the Trial of Jeanne d'Arc

@article{Newhall1934PaymentTP,
  title={Payment to Pierre Cauchon for Presiding at the Trial of Jeanne d'Arc},
  author={Richard Ager Newhall},
  journal={Speculum},
  year={1934},
  volume={9},
  pages={88 - 91}
}
cer's father,' because the accessible document containing the name contained also some definite misstatements; and as it was only a modern copy, we felt bound to wait until we could examine the original and see whether the note was in a fourteenth-century hand or not.2 Sometimes, as in the case of the records concerning Peter Courtenay's leases of the bailiwick of the forests of Somerset (which we have had since 1929), the record contained facts which suggested caution in assuming that… 
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Questions of Due Process and Conviction in the Trial of Joan of Arc

Joan of Arc is one of the most famous persons in all history and certainly the best-known figure of the fifteenth century, along with Christopher Columbus. The basic outline of her life is familiar.