Very nice four-wheel chaise
, sir--seat for two behind--one in front for the gentleman that drives--oh
Giles popped out his nightcap again, preparatory to making some reply, when he was suddenly pulled back by a young gentleman who occupied the other corner of the chaise
, and who eagerly demanded what was the news.
I mentioned to her at parting--I stood sufficiently in awe of her to put it off till the last moment--that Miserrimus Dexter had arranged to send his cousin and his pony-chaise
to her residence on the next day; and I inquired thereupon whether my mother-in-law would permit me to call at her house to wait for the appearance of the cousin, or whether she would prefer sending the chaise
on to Benjamin's cottage.
The old gentleman, the old lady, the pony, and the chaise
, came up the street in perfect unanimity, until they arrived within some half a dozen doors of the Notary's house, when the pony, deceived by a brass-plate beneath a tailor's knocker, came to a halt, and maintained by a sturdy silence, that that was the house they wanted.
The road was a very good one; not at all a jolting road, or an uneven one; and yet Dolly held the side of the chaise
with one little hand, all the way.
One of the men desisted and turned towards him, and my brother, realising from his an- tagonist's face that a fight was unavoidable, and being an expert boxer, went into him forthwith and sent him down against the wheel of the chaise
Why, in passing through Lilliers you will send me your chaise
, with an order to your servant to place himself at my disposal.
Pity and softened memory took place of the old antagonism, and in his busy thoughts about the future, as the chaise
carried him rapidly along towards the home where he was now to be master, there was a continually recurring effort to remember anything by which he could show a regard for his grandfather's wishes, without counteracting his own cherished aims for the good of the tenants and the estate.
When I subsequently forced myself to consider it, the most distinct project I could frame for overcoming all difficulty was, to marry myself (the phrase is strictly descriptive of the Scotch ceremony) at the first inn we came to, over the Border; to hire a chaise
, or take places in a public conveyance to Edinburgh, as a blind; to let Alicia and Mrs.
Now, if you take the chaise
and go one road, and I borrow Swallow's chaise
, and go the other, what with keeping our eyes open, and asking questions, one or other of us is pretty certain to lay hold of him.
Sedley," the Major said, "it's time to be off; the chaise
will be at the door in half an hour.
We get it from the landlady's brother, who has a horse and chaise
which he lets out for hire.