"Very well, I will send twenty-five bottles of wine and beer down to you," said the burgomaster.
"Now we ought to see the burgomaster," said Rob, as the afternoon waned.
The government of the towns was carried on by a burgomaster, or mayor, a prefect, and a council of twelve citizens.
She was the burgomaster's wife, and the general was nearly always with her.
"In three or four months, Monsieur the burgomaster," replied Doctor Ox.
For no burgomaster could hold office for two years in actual succession.
I would have a lusthaus of mine own on the Middleburgh dyke, and a blumengarten like a burgomaster's.'
The burgomaster immediately ordered his servant to go into the village to buy some.
The hens shrieked as if their last hour had come, and burgomaster Nansen flew right against the Pastor's study window.
The burgomaster wore an air of sternness and self-importance which boded no good.