They have the air of ornaments on a cottager's parlour mantelpiece.'
I inquired of a cottager residing on the spot what the thing meant?
Miss Bruce followed the cottager, a little ashamed of her appearance; but more afraid of consequences.
A cottager and his wife had a hen which laid every day a golden egg.
The baron raged like a tiger, and the cottager laid about him like a thresher.
An Alsatian cottager at times helped me along, milk and bread.'
A cottager, who does not live five minutes' walk from my house, found his pig seized with a strange and unaccountable disorder.
An English cottager now possesses what would once have been luxuries.
At the appointed time I met the cottager and went with him on his way home.
To the credit of this golfer be it said, he sent a cheque for half the amount to the cottager.