This is a letter sent to Duke Philip of Burgundy on
July 17, 1429, while Joan was in Rheims for the coronation of Charles
VII, reminding the duke of
a previous letter
asking him to attend the coronation.
Burgundy was one of the six secular Peers of the kingdom
expected to attend such a function, along with a matching set of
six ecclesiastic Peers; but the duke was allied with the English
at the time and therefore supported Henry VI as king of France.
In this second letter she also asks the Duke to "make a good firm
lasting peace" with Charles.
An English translation is on the left; notes and commentary on the right.
A transcription of the original language is also available.