The farmer puts in the crop for the manure, the cottier paying the farmer's rent—5s.
cottier, his translation of fables into French from Tuscan, iv.
His proper name was cottier; he had always been known as Jemy-Lord.
His father was a cottier—there were many here in those times.
cottier, his translation of fables into French from Tuscan, 159 note.
cottier, one of these, was paid a retaining fee of ten thousand crowns, besides great sums in lands and money.
The wife of the cottier with smiles assented to all that was said as to the neatness and comfort of the place.
A beggar boy was given a nights lodging by a cottier at Artigarvan, three miles from Strabane.
They were at the date of the Survey even more numerous than the cottier class below them.
The health of the cottier districts is remarkably good, and is rarely if ever disturbed by any morbus miseriae.