It is used by their prickers and huntsmen when the beast hath not fled, but is still in its lair.
The voyageurs call these mist people the Huntsmen, and look frightened.
All these things one of the huntsmen had brought with him as curiosities.
Even the elderly women meant to accompany the huntsmen in carriages.
They were attended only by two or three huntsmen, and their three personal servants.
The huntsmen, in their haste, overshot the place of his concealment.
The chase was at last over, and the huntsmen all in, sympathizing with their lost companion.
The first notice had been given, it appeared, by some huntsmen who had brought in game.
The huntsmen, hearing of it, stole out privately to waylay him in a snare.
But he cannot enter my fort, and knows me and my huntsmen too well ever to try it.