That this little trait in Joan is true, we have the testimony of the bell-ringer himself to attest.
Alberoni was born in a gardener's cottage, and as a child he was the bell-ringer.
The bell-ringer lighted a little briar pipe, while Des Hermies and Durtal each rolled a cigarette.
Perkins was the Cathedral bell-ringer, and the gaoler of Alice Benden.
The supper gong boomed inside the hotel and Harkless bade the bell-ringer good-night.
Looking up he hunted for the bell-ringer's window and recognized it.
The bell tolled—as it still does—the moment the death became known to the bell-ringer.
While discoursing they had climbed the stair and arrived at the bell-ringer's door.
She took out her hat, and was on her way to silence the bell-ringer, when Mr. Clare was driven up to the churchyard gate.
A rat isn't a rat when he's a bell-ringer; like the one in the attic was last night.