After tea the Queen ordered her donkey, which was brought round by a handsome Swedish chasseur.
But the chasseur appeared disgusted with the task assigned him.
Marbot was a chasseur, so again we obtain the Cavalry point of view.
The chasseur, meanwhile, was talking to himself in a growling tone of voice.
We rode slowly through the hamlet; I, mounted on a horse that two days before had carried an enemy's chasseur.
All three now gathered around the chasseur, and watched his movements.
Our chasseur stretches out his hand to take it, and—the bird flies away.
After hesitation she shook her head, and the chasseur retired.
Again, with the wisdom of a slow intelligence, the chasseur held back from her subtleties.
The chasseur, who was passing, paused and smiled a little, as he saluted.