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SIMON CABOCHE

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Originally appearing in Volume V04, Page 921 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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SIMON CABOCHE. Simon Lecoustellier, called " Caboche," a skinner of the Paris Boucherie, played an important part in the Parisian riots of 1413. He had relations with John the Fearless, duke of Burgundy, since 1411, and was prominent in the seditious disturbances which broke out in April and May, following on the Etats of February 1413. In April he stirred the people to the point of revolt, and was among the first to enter the hotel of the dauphin. When the butchers had made themselves masters of Paris, Caboche became bailiff (huissier d'armes) and warden of the bridge of Charenton. Upon the publication of the great ordinance of May 26th, he used all his efforts to prevent conciliation between the Burgundians and the Armagnacs. After the fall of the Cabochien party on the 4th of August he fled to Burgundy in order to escape from royal justice. Doubtless he returned to Paris in 1418 with the Burgundians. See Colville, Les Cabochienset l'ordonnancede 1413 (Paris, 1888).
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