"Very well, I will send twenty-five bottles of wine and beer down to you," said the burgomaster.
It was at that moment that Linda was told that she was to be visited in a day or two by the burgomaster.
The government of the towns was carried on by a burgomaster, or mayor, a prefect, and a council of twelve citizens.
"I must have got the rheumatism in my head," said the burgomaster.
"In three or four months, Monsieur the burgomaster," replied Doctor Ox.
He was evidently some alderman or burgomaster or personage of like importance.
I would have a lusthaus of mine own on the Middleburgh dyke, and a blumengarten like a burgomaster's.'
At first the burgomaster seemed inclined to discredit the intelligence.
The hens shrieked as if their last hour had come, and burgomaster Nansen flew right against the Pastor's study window.
In this task the commandant was ably supported by the burgomaster and other magistrates.