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In the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries the trade of the furrier was one of the most flourishing industries.
The aide-de-camp of Calvin and Theodore de Beze contrasted admirably with the son of the furrier.
Before belonging to the new religion, the son of a furrier ought to wait until the rest of the world belongs to it.
The old furrier went at once to see him, and learned at last that Christophe was still living, though a prisoner.
In this story we find the furrier engaged in a monologue, in which he tells of his delight in making the Rabbi's cap.