One of his relations was a tenant-farmer in Marmaros, in Hungary.
I take the free-trade landlord, and I take the tenant-farmer.
Marty's father, tenant-farmer on the Farwell farm, was steady enough and dependable, but never one to get ahead much.
He was a tenant-farmer's son, this Roger, and a likely good-for-naught.
In a third case, a tenant-farmer, some ten years ago, had in his employ as herd a man who fell ill and died.
It is particularly, however, the tenant-farmer's manual, if he is to keep pace with the progress of his art.
I had been riding over the moors to visit a tenant-farmer who lived at some distance, and did not return until twilight.
By this law a tenant-farmer is able to bequeath his farm, that is to say, he holds his lease in perpetuity.
The different degrees were those of slave, freedman, tenant-farmer and great landowner.
Thus the last move of the labour party has been to urge the tenant-farmer to endeavour to become his own landlord.