- n. King of France who began his reign with most of northern France under English control; after the intervention of Jeanne d'Arc the French were able to defeat the English and end the Hundred Years' War (1403-1461)
“After his release, he sought in vain the assistance of King Charles VII of France and of his uncle Alfonso V of Naples; in 1460 he was again imprisoned at the instigation of his step-mother, but the Catalonians rose in revolt at this injustice, and he was again liberated and named governor of Catalonia.”
“Reynaud was one of the plenipotentiaries who signed the Treaty of Arras between Charles VII and the Duke of Burgundy.”
“Pragmatic Sanction of Bourges, under Charles VII (1438), applying in”
“As representative of these he settled the disagreement between Charles VII and the university arising from the part the latter had taken in the burning of Joan of Arc; Conrad I Bitz (1460-89), who in 1488 had the "Missale ecclesiæ Åboensis" printed; Magnus III Stjernkors (1489-1500);”
“Okeghem was a priest, and was principal chaplain to Charles VII of France and to”
“Receiving the blessing of the Dauphin and the clergy, she was armed and led her soldiers to victories at Orleans and elsewhere, resulting in the coronation of the Dauphin as Charles VII of France at Rheims.”
“This proposition was assented to by the young King Charles VII in 1423, but at the same time he sent Pope Martin V an embassy asking to be absolved from the oath he had taken to uphold the principles of the”
“Charles VII to lend countenance to the Pragmatic Sanction of Bourges.”
“Baudricourt, who commanded for Charles VII in the neighbouring town of Vaucouleurs.”
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