[Session on 22 February 1431]1
"Additionally, Joan said that she went to he whom she calls her kingn1
without hindrance; and after she had arrived at the town of
she first sent word to he whom she calls her king. Then she went to the town
in which he whom she calls her king was.n4
And she arrived there around the hour of noon, and lodged
at a certain inn, and after the midday meal2
she went to he whom she calls her king, who was in the chateau."
[Session on 27 February 1431]3
"Asked whether she was at Ste-Catherine-de-Fierbois, she replied yes,
and she heard three Masses in one day there,n5
and then she went to the town of Chinon. Additionally, she said that she sent a
letter to her king in which it was written
that she was sending a message in order to learn whether she should
enter the town where her aforementioned king was, and that she
had come a good hundred and fifty leagues in order to come to his aid,
and that she knew many beneficial things for him.
And it seems to her that it was stated in this letter
that she would definitely recognize her aforesaid king
among all the others."n6
[Article XII of the first set]4
"She additionally said that she came without hindrance to her king,
to whom she had previously sent a letter
when she was still at Ste-Catherine-de-Fierbois."