The magazine of the Cordelier was reached, and she and the Regent went up into the air together.
Madam, said she, did you not observe that fine young Cordelier, who brought the Box?
Thenceforth, if I saw any cowl of a Cordelier as I walked, I even turned and went the other way.
Charles had about him ‘an Irish Cordelier,’ one Kelly, whom he employed as a secretary.
Till a Cordelier's Deputation actually went to examine, and found it—carried off again!
As I had hoped, the gate was thrown open before the Cordelier.
The poor Cordelier was so frightened that he could not speak, and answered never a word.
One priest there is in Compiègne who takes no keep of his life, a Cordelier.
If the Amant rendu Cordelier be his, he too appears among those who jest at the follies and extravagance of love.
He was in constant fear of being poisoned, and had his food prepared by a Cordelier lay-brother.