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Bayonne, the people of, 12; their reception
of the news of affairs in England, ibid.;
send representatives to Agen, 15, 16.
Beaufort, cardinal, anecdote of, 309;
negotiates the marriage of the King of
Scotland with his niece, 334.
Beaufort, the lord of, 188.
Beaufort, Sarrazin de, 354.
Beauj£, in Anjou, the Dauphinists defeat
the English there, 336, 337, 356.
Beaulot (Hardels), artillery prepared in the
forest of, 108.
Beaumaisnil, the lord of, killed at the
battle of Azincourt, 222.
Beaumont, count of. See Orleans.
Beaumont, the lord of, 186.
Beaumont, the town of, 161; taken by King
Beausault, Sir Jacques de, assists at the
siege of Saint Remy, 150, 151.
Beausse, country of, 356.
Beauvais, the bishop of, accompanies the
French embassy to King Heury, 244;
at the council at Paris, 327; sent to
summon the surrender of Le Crotoy,
381. See also Cauchon, Peter.
Beauvais, 265, 266; the people of, join the
French army in great numbers, 247;
the French court at, 247, 248; councils
held at, 251; the court leaves, 251;
King Henry marches towards, 256, 257;
instalation of the bishop there, 331;
Henry V. passes through, 343, 344.
Beauvais gate (of Rouen), 240.
Beauvaisis, 284, 375.
Beauvoir, Sir Pierre de, killed at the
battle of Azincourt, 222.
Beauvoir, the lord of, killed at the same
Becq, abbey of, 339.
Bectune, Aliame de, 87.
Bedford, John, duke of, third son of
Henry IV., 168; is appointed regent
during King Henry's absence, 181;
brings reinforcements to the English in
France, 307; accompanies King Henry
to Paris, 325; is present in court at the
accusation of tlrj murders of John, duke
Bedford, John, duke of—conl.
of Burgundy, 327; goes to Rouen, 331;
and Amiens, 332; accompanies Queen
Katherine to Harfleur, 376; the town of
Compeigne surrenders to him, 380;
returns to the king at Senlis, 380; in
command of the English army when
sent to Burgundy, 384; meets the duke
of Burgundy on arriving at Vezelay,
384; hearing that King Henry is ill, goes
to see him at Vinccnnes, 385; King
Henry makes a dying request to him,
386; is much distressed by the King's
death, 388; attends a council of nobles
at Paris, 388; leaves Paris for Rouen,
380; is present at the funeral of the
king of France at St. Denis, 393;
becomes regent in France, 393.
Bellincourt, the lord of ( Col lard de la Porte),
killed at the battle of Azincourt 222.
Belloy, the bastard of, 343.
Belloy, Baudrain de, killed at the battle of
Benedict (XIII.), pope of Rome, deposed,
Berengeville, Sir Robert, killed at Mercq,
Berik (Brieg), the duke of, 227.
Berkeley, the lord of, 29.
Berkhamstead (Bermstatel), the conspira-
tors under the earls of Salisbury and
Huntingdon reach the town of, 29.
Bermstatel. See Berkhamstead.
Bernard, a person so called (? Bernard de
Berry, duke of, 12, 111; consents to the
government of Picardy being given to
the duke of Burgundy, 103; attends a
council at Paris, 135 ; is informed of the
arrest by the Orleanists of the lord of
Croy, 139; joins the dukes of Orleans
and Hourbon in sending an embassy to
King Henry, 144-149; again seeks aid
from Henry, i52; forges money to pay
his people, 156; submits to the King of
France, 159; promises the English a
large sum of money, 160; remains at
the Vincennes, 161 ; his influence, 162;
Berry, duke of—cont.
summoned to attend the council at
Paris, 174; attends the council at
Rouen, 197; persuades the duke of
Guienne not to join the army sent
against the English, 198 ; death of, 229.
Berry, the duchess of, 229.
Berry, the dauphin visits the country of,
Bcthencourt, Sir Drieu d'Argines, lord of,
killed at the battle of Azincourt, 222.
Bethondes, the lord of, 185.
Bethunes, John, lord of, killed at the
battle of Azincourt, 221.
Beuval, Yvain de, killed at the battle of
Bicetre, reconciliation effected between the
Orleanists and Burgundians at, 138 ; the
treaty broken, 139.
Bievres, Sir William de, 307.
Bigod, Sir John, surrenders the castle of
Caen to King Henry, 237.
Blacqueville, the lord of, 91; killed at the
battle of Azincourt, 226.
Blaines, besieged by the duke of Orleans,
Blanchard, Allain, 253, 255.
Blanche Tache (on the river Sommo), the
passage of the, 190, 191, 192; combat
here between the Orleanists and the
Burgundians, 347, 348.
Blangy, town of, King Henry passes
through, 200; crosses the river Somme
Blanqueville, the fortress of, is surrendered
to King Henry, 256.
Blanville, the lord of, killed at the battle
of Azincourt, 222.
Blaumont, the count of, 206.
Blaye. See Blavres.
Blois, the duchess of Orleans retires to,
133; death of the duchess at; 135,
the lord of Croy imprisoned there, 139;
the duke of Orleans gues thence, 161;
the count of Vertus dies there, 319;
marriage of the daughter of the duke of
Orleans celebrated at, 339.
Blount, Sir Thomas, one of the conspira-
tors for the release of King Kichard, 22;
goes with others to Cirencester, 30 ; and
is taken prisoner there, 33; executed at
Cirencester, 39; the manner of his exe-
cution, 39-41 ; his head sent to London,
Bohaing, castle of, 87.
Bohemia, the emperor of Germany de-
posed and driven back into, 50; crusade
against the Protestants of, 308; country
of, ravaged, 309; heresy of the people,
Bohemia, king of, 39; styled king of the
Romans, 71 ; his daughter mentioned as
the first wife of King Richard the 2nd,
Bologna, the cardinal of, elected Pope, 138.
Boniface, pope of Rome, sends his legate
to the Liegeois, 50; who refuse to receive
Bonnan, Robert de, killed at the battle of
Bonnebant, Sir John de, killed at the battle
of Azincourt, 222.
Bonneval, town of, 341.
BonnieresrEschnillon, town of, King Henry
encamps at, 199, 200.
Bordeaux, the people of (Bordelois), 12;
lament over King Richard, 12; reject
the negotiations offered by the duke of
Bourbon and renew their allegiance to
England, 15, 16.
Bordeaux, the seneschal of, reports to
King Henry V. the discontent of the
Bordelois. See Bordeaux.
Bordelois, 119, 160, 169.
Bornoville, Enguerrand de, a Burgundian
knight, 126; accompanies the duke of
Burgundy from Paris, 140.
Bornoville, Garnot de, 207.
Bornoville, Lyound de, 266.
Bornoville, Robinet de, commands an
attack on King Henry's baggage at the
battle of Azincourt, 213.
Bosqueaux, count of, 336.
Bottry, Charles de, killed at the battle of
Bouc Jacob, Le, commands a portion of
the Orleanist forces, 141.
Boucicault, marshal of France, accom-
panies the duke of Burgundy from Paris,
140 ; guards the frontiers of France,
186; the passage of Blanche Tache
guarded by, 192; at Abbeville with the
French army, 194 ; confers the order
of knighthood on several nobles previous
to the battle of Azincourt, 201; at
Azincourt with the army, 205; taken
prisoner to England and dies there, 220.
Boufflers, Nicaise de, 343.
Boullenois, frontiers of, 87, 97, 105, 110,
144, 149, 154, 157, 160, 167, 206.
Boulogne-sur-mer, 21, 102, 175, 285, 319;
the lady de Coucy arrives from England
at, 10; the French ambassadors to
England reach, 17 ; the English king's
herald meets them at, ibid.; Queen
Isabella arrives there, 52 ; the constable
of France returns to, 159 ; the duke of
Burgundy sends to seize the town of,
229; King Henry's funeral procession
passes through, 390.
Boulogne, the countess of, marries the
lord of Latrcmouille after the death
of her first husband, the duke of Berry,
Bouratier, Sir William de, ambassador
from the court of France to the duke of
Bouratier, John (William), archbishop of
Bourges, one of the ambassadors sent
from France to King Henry, 175, 176;
delivers his charge from the king of
Bourbon, Sir Jacques de. See La Marche,
the count of.
Bourbon, the duchess of, obtains the re-
lease of the lord of Croy, 143.
Bourbon, Louis II., duke of, proposes
negotiations to the Bordelois, which are
rejected, 15; reaches Bourbourg with I
Bourbon, Louis II., duke of—cont.
other French nobles on treaty of peace,
48; conducts Queen Isabella to Paris
on her return from England, 52; attends
the council at Paris, 132, 135.
Bourbon, John I., duke of, joins the duke
of Orleans and Berry in sending an
embassy to the court of England, 144,
145, 147, 148, 152; submits to the king
of France, 159; enters Paris with the
king, 161; sends to offer battle to King
Henry, 195; with the army at Azin-
court, 205 ; taken prisoner at Azincourt,
225; attends the feast given by King
Henry in honour of the Emperor Sigis-
Bourbon, Charles de, eldest son of the
above duke, accompanies the duke of
Burgundy from Bray, 27) ; attends him
to his meeting with the dauphin, 273.
Bourbon, Charlotte de, sister of the count
de la Marche, married to the king of
Bourbon children, imprisonment and re-
lease of, 143, 144.
Bourbon, James de. (See La Marche.)
Bourbon, John de, 88.
Bourbon, Sir Louis de (son of the lord of
Praiaux), killed at Azincourt, 221.
Bourbon, Sir Peter dc (lord of Praiaux),
Bourbourg, the dukes of Burgundy and
Bourbon and other French nobles arrive
Bourdon, Louis, lord of, with the army
about to give battle to King Henry, 206.
Bourg, town of, besieged by duke of
Orleans, 106, 113; the siege abandoned
owing to disease amongst the besiegers,
Bourges, archbishop of. See Bouratier.
Bourges, town of, 138, 139, 148, 156, 159
(bis), 160, 289, 308, 385.
Bours, Sir Victart de, a knight of Picardy
in the army of the duke of Burgundy,
131; killed at the battle of Agincourt,
Boutillier, Charles, 337.
Boutillier, Guy le, in command of the gar- <
rison sent to Rouen, 238; discontent of
the garrison with him, 247; on the
capture of Rouen comes over to the
English; appointed lieutenant to the
duke of Glo'ster, captain of Rouen,
256; King Henry gives him the com-
mand of La Roche Guyon, 268; is
ordered to garrison Paris against the
Dauphinists, after the king of France's
Boutillier (or Bacheler), Sir William, a
Breton knight, 136, 141; taken at St.
Cloud, 142; a captain of the Orleanists,
151; taken to England, 161; charged
with the murder of Duke John of Bur-
Bouves, town of, King Henry arrives at,
Bouzincourt, the lord of, killed at the
battle of Azincourt, 223.
Brabant, Sir Clugnet de, admiral of France,
ordered to Harfleur, 105; recalled, ibid;
engages the English fleet, 106, 107;
captures Vervins, 156; guards the
frontiers of France, 186; is with the
army preparing to do battle with the
English, 206; takes command of a part
of the army in the battle of Azincourt,
Brabant, Anthony, duke of, count ofRuthcl
(which see), second son of the duke of
Burgundy, 112; marries the daughter
of Waleran de Saint Pol, 89; receives
from his father the duchy of, 95; at
the jousts at Paris, 136 ; is engaged in
the battle of Azincourt, and killed
thereat, 213, 221.
Brabant, John IV., duke of (son of the
above), advises his cousin Philip duke
of Burgundy, 279.
Brabant, Jacqueline de Hainault, duchess
of, seeks the aid of King Henry, 334;
at the baptism of Henry VI., 361.
Branchault, Louis de, killed at the battle
of Azincourt, 221.
Brancquemont, Lyonnel de, a knight in
the service of the French admiral, 107;
one of the ambassadors from France to
King Henry, 175.
Brandemont, the fortress of, surrenders to
King Henry, 256.
Bray, the fortress of, surrenders to King
Bray-sur-Seine, the dauphin invites the
duke of Burguudy to a meeting at, 270;
the duke of Burgundy departs from,
271 ; the French court at, 307.
Brentford, the earls of Salisbury and Hunt-
ingdon lead their troops to, 29.
Bresle, John de, 337.
Brest, port of, a French army embarks for
Wales at, 87; another army embarks at
Bretaigne, Sir Giles de, 145.
Breteuil, the country overrun and devas-
tated by the English, 257 ; the earl of
Huntingdon marches through, 267.
Bridge gate (Rouen), 241, 255.
Brienne, count of. (See Couversan.)
Brie, 310, 329. 362.
Brie-comte-Robert, town of, 321.
Brimeu, the lord of, taken prisoner at
the siege of Mercq, 99; accompanies
the duke of Burgundy from Paris, 140,
141 ; ordered by the duke of Burgundy
to remain at home, 188; is killed at the
battle of Azincourt, 221.
Brimeu, Actis or Athis de, 225; one of
the embassy from Duke Philip of Bur-
gundy to King Henry the 5th, 282, 292.
Brimeu, David de, 292, 354.
Brimeu, Sir Florimont de, 131, 354.
Brimeu, Gerard, bastard of, sent with a
garrison into Rouen, 238; holds Mondi-
Brimeu, Robert de, 290.
Brissy, castle of, 376.
Brittany. 145; the admiral of, defeats the
English at sea, 89, 90.
Brittany, Johu, duke of. 90, 138, 145,
146, 197, 340, 362.
Burges, merchants of, 10; King Henry's
letter to the men of, 155.
Brunehault road, 122.
Brunei, Maurice, lord of, 186.
Brunequet, the viscount of, 131.
Bryot-sur-Somme, the lord of Croy ap-
pointed castellan of, 144.
Buel Daimont »ur Loirre, the lord of,
killed at the battle of Azincourt, 222.
Burgundy, Philip (II.) duke of, ex-
presses his views on hearing of King
Kichard's deposition, 11; arrives at
Saint Omer to renew treaty of peace
on the part of France, 47; receives and
entertains Queen Isabella at Abbeville,
52; celebrates the marriage of his son
Anthony with the daughter of the count
of St. Pol, 89; death of, 94.
Burgundy, John duke of, succeeds his
father Philip, 94; sends assistance to
the count of St. Pol, 102; sends an em-
bassy to the King of France, 103; pro-
ceeds to Arras, 103; receives the govern-
ment of Picardy, 103 ; prepares a large
force against the English on the frontiers,
105; obtains leave to besiege Calais,
108; is commanded to disperse the
army, 109; meets his duchess at Iles-
diu and proceeds to Douay, 110 ; his
suspicion of the duke of Orleans, pro-
ceeds to Paris to lay his grievance before
the king, 110; his dissatisfaction with
the duke of Orleans' advancement, 114;
entertains the project of assassinating
the duke of Orleans, 115; itsaccomplish-
ment, 116,117; quits Paris for Flanders
after the murder, 118; his answer to the
embassy from the king of France, 121;
marches against the Liegeois, 122; pre-
pares to give battle, 125; his plan of
attack, 126; marches to battle, 129;
engages the enemy, 129; defeats them,
130; the English express their admi-
ration of, 134, 135; proceeds to Paris,
134; his reconciliation with the Or-
leanists at Chartres, 134; attends
the marriage of his brother Philip Count
of Nevres, 135; effects a reconcilia-
tion with the Orleauists at Bicetre, 138;
hears of the arrest of the lord de Croy,
139; sends to England for succour, 139;
Burgundy, John duke of—con/.
proceeds to Paris, 140; marches out of
Paris, 140; intercepts the Orleanists at
Saint Denis, 141 ; attacks and defeats
them, 142; returns to Paris, 142; sends
an embassy to England to treat of mar-
riage between his daughter and the
prince of Wales, 142; releases the
duchess of liourbou's children from im-
prisonment, 143; attends the council,
held at Paris on the subject of the letters
to King Henry from the dukes of Or-
leans and Berry, 145; joins the French
King in the expedition against the
Orleanists, 154; Henry V. abandons
his alliance, 155; again reconciled with
the Orleanists at Bourges, 159; annoyed
at the Orleans influence he hastily quits
Paris, 161; dissension in France, caused
by his assassination of the duke of
Orleans, 170; is in favour at l'sris,
171; directs his nobles not to join the
French army, 188; forbids his son to
join the French army, 198-9; thetivo
brothers of, killed at the battle of Azin-
court, 221; his dissatisfaction at the
marriage of the duke de Rerry's widow
with the lord of Latremonille; sends
the lord of Fosseux to seize the town
of Boulogne, 229; proceeds to Calais,
230; attempts of King Henry to gain
him over, 230; he rejects the king's
offer, 231 ; does homage to the Emperor
Sigismund at Calais, and returns to St.
Omer, 231 ; hatred of the French nobles
against him, 231 ; some of the French
nobles take his part, 235; is about to
invade the French territory, 236; Paris
captured by his party, 236; sends a
garrison to Roucd, 238; promises aid
to the besieged of Rouen, 204; sends an
embassy to King Henry, 244; receives
the ambassadors on their return at Pon-
toise, 245; endeavours to send help to
Rouen, 247; goes from Pontoise to
lieauvais where he holds a council,
247 ; the divisions between him and the
dauphin, 248; is again appealed to by