Dunois' evidence appears to have been written down by a clerk unacquainted with events.
The friend of Dunois and Xaintrailles could have had no better end.
Dunois comes upon the scene, and Lionel tells him that he wishes to join the French army.
With Dunois, who tells the story, she went to see Charles at the castle of Loches.
As they went from Reims after the coronation, Dunois and the archbishop were riding by her rein.
"How dared you speak so to the king," said Dunois to Chimay.
The Orleanese themselves were clamorous for her; Dunois kept up their spirits with the expectation of this marvelous assistance.
She finally consented, however, to ride on with Dunois and La Hire.
Dunois, La Hire, and the rest were more concerned at losing so much good ransom.
But it was not the French generals, not even Dunois, who secured these victories.