His chronicler opines that it was a letter that must have moved a stone to tears.
To the chronicler these incidents appeal for that very reason.
The historian must be more than a chronicler and an interpreter.
It is to him that the chronicler William of Malmesbury dedicated his work.
I cannot agree with the German chronicler's estimate of Rudolph.
The world is all before her, and her chronicler may not be her guide.
Woman was no longer the captive of the seraglio, nor the chronicler of small beer.
This catastrophe, as we say, the chronicler ascribes to divine intervention.
There is no extant Scottish chronicler of the age of Wallace.
The chronicler says that from that moment the hand of death was stayed.