Footnote 337

Simon Beaucroix, who had served in her army: "...she never wanted anyone of her company to plunder anything; for she was never willing to eat food which she knew had been stolen. And one time a certain Scotsman made it known to her that she had eaten from a calf which had been stolen; at which she was much angered, and because of this she wanted to strike the Scotsman." (For the original language, see: Quicherat's "Procès...", Vol III, p. 81; DuParc's "Procès en Nullité...", Vol I, p. 373; for translations, see Oursel's "Les Procès de Jeanne d'Arc", p. 281, and Pernoud's "The Retrial of Joan of Arc", p. 107].

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