Sieur Joliet took Anthony and the little slave and one coureur de bois and kept on down toward Quebec to report.
"It is the Sieur de la Salle in the scarlet mantle," one coureur de bois said to another.
A French coureur de bois, whose tragic death forms the subject of one of the popular chansons of Quebec.
But the coureur de bois—that laughing, hairy faun—had perished with the Indian.
"I would like service with him," said the other coureur de bois.
The outfit of a cibolero, who is usually also a coureur de bois, is very simple.
"We walked around in their funny church a little; that's all," faltered the coureur de bois.
The man they killed was a Canadian, a coureur de bois; they will kill Barboux if they catch him, and also these two Ojibways.
Jacques Morand, the coureur de bois, was in love with Genevieve Parent, but she disliked him and wished only to serve the church.
It was a coureur de bois, not hurt in body, but so frightened that his state was pitiful.