Will the Jacobin lion, which they say is meeting secretly 'at the Acheveche, in bonnet rouge with loaded pistols,' not awaken?
After a few minutes' conversation, I laughingly inquired what he had done with the bonnet rouge.
The dauphin's brow reeked with perspiration beneath the bonnet rouge.
The good woman had been waiting at the door of the "bonnet rouge" and had sprang into the carriage the moment it stopped.
A ship with the tricolor moved up with the flood, a bonnet rouge at the masthead, as was common.
As the Revolution approached he sympathised with its hopes and fears; the professor donned the bonnet rouge.
It was about liberty, equality, and fraternity, and the bonnet rouge was displayed.
The smoking-cap is exchanged for the bonnet rouge, and the silence of the sage for the clamour of the demagogue.
Upon his head is a bonnet rouge, or in other words, a red night-cap.
Men armed with pikes, and wearing the bonnet rouge, reappeared, and eclipsed the uniforms.