The Emperor then halted, and spent the night of the 22d of February in a charcoal burner's cottage at Chatres.
They have what Luther used to call "the charcoal burner's faith."
High on the flank, nearest the ocean, he detected a red spark; perhaps a charcoal burner's fire.
There is a charcoal burner over which the water is kept lukewarm, not hot.
Vainly, however, did the young man press the offering upon the charcoal burner.
He would give some gold to the charcoal burner he had attempted to shoot.
Only one person was within, and that was a maiden; but she was as black from head to foot as Fritz the charcoal burner.
"You have done us a service, indeed," the charcoal burner said.
Before his enlistment, a charcoal burner; he was of mean exterior, sickly frame and complaining disposition.
A swarthy fellow, with the face of a charcoal burner, sat on a stump, and Tom wondered that he had not seen him as he approached.