After Joan was captured at Compiègne she was delivered to the English. At the formal demand of the Church, the English gave her to the Inquisition for a trial which lasted from February 21 through May 24, 1431. During the trial, three notaries took down the questions and Joan's answers. By comparing their notes, they produced minutes of the proceedings in French. After the trial, a Latin translation was made, of which several manuscripts exist. The facsimile here reproduces the manuscript used by Jules Quicherat to produce his edition of the trial transcripts, which has since been the standard reference. Both are shown at the same passage, marked by a pointing finger in the Latin manuscript, where Joan was asked whether St. Margaret spoke English to her, and responded: "Why should she, since she is not on the side of the English?"