He then told the woodcutter all that had happened in the night.
Much surprise and interest are excited by this achievement of the woodcutter's son.
"Middlin'," answered the man, a woodcutter on the Steens estate.
She knew every woodcutter for miles round by his Christian name.
Slightly varied shapes were a carpenter's or a woodcutter's axe; also there were cannon, battledores, and cylinders.
When she heard these words, the woodcutter's wife began to weep bitterly.
Meanwhile the woodcutter was crossing the skirt of a forest and plunging through great trees and masses of rocks.
I am glad to hear it, Sir, replied the woodcutter; but may I know what you want with me?
He was wise and merciful to all, and to the woodcutter and his family he sent many rich gifts.
Even in 1859 “Death and the woodcutter” was rejected by the Salon.