According to Rogier, a man named Jean Labbé had told Charles VII
that there "were many people who had promised to surrender the aforesaid
city of Rheims to the Duke of Burgundy". Others reported that
"the day of the Holy Sacrament" certain people had undertaken to
"allow the aforesaid Duke of Burgundy to enter."
For the original language of Rogier's account, see: Quicherat's "Procès...", Vol IV, p. 299.
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