The baron raged like a tiger, and the cottager laid about him like a thresher.
A Cottager and his wife had a hen which laid every day a golden egg.
The tree was discovered by a cottager, whose wife was ill in bed.
I inquired of a cottager residing on the spot what the thing meant?
On his return after a vacation, the clergyman met the cottager's wife.
The watch caught the eye of the cottager; that evil eye sparkled.
The stranger stared at the cottager, and then at the dingy walls of the hut.
The opulent farmer, on the same quantity of ground, will invariably raise more produce than the cottager can pretend to do.
They have the air of ornaments on a cottager's parlour mantelpiece.'
An Alsatian cottager at times helped me along, milk and bread.'