It will be worth another ten dollars to you if you can find me the man who drove
Peter and Pavel drove
in the groom's sledge, and six sledges followed with all his relatives and friends.
I never knew the carriage to go out so often before; when the mistress did not go out the master drove
himself in the two-wheeled chaise; but now, whether it was master or the young ladies, or only an errand, Ginger and I were put in the carriage and James drove
He had, however, taken the precaution to engage in advance a runabout with a pair of old livery-stable trotters that could still do their eighteen miles on level roads; and at two o'clock, hastily deserting the luncheon-table, he sprang into the light carriage and drove
At Sacramento they stopped two weeks, where Billy drove
team and earned the money to put them along on their travels.
Idaeus did not dare to bestride his brother's body, but sprang from the chariot and took to flight, or he would have shared his brother's fate; whereon Vulcan saved him by wrapping him in a cloud of darkness, that his old father might not be utterly overwhelmed with grief; but the son of Tydeus drove
off with the horses, and bade his followers take them to the ships.
The carriage drove
into the courtyard, and Stepan Arkadyevitch rang loudly at the entrance where sledges were standing.
"We shall find a better trap than this at the church-door," says he; "that's a comfort." And the carriage drove
on, taking the road down Piccadilly, where Apsley House and St.
Dismissing the driver she took the reins in her own hands and drove
off at top speed through the streets.
Meanwhile he drove
all the ewes inside, as well as the she-goats that he was going to milk, leaving the males, both rams and he-goats, outside in the yards.
Then they went out of the city, and drove
the geese on.
As they drove
on the fragment of an old manor house of Caroline date rose against the sky, and was in due course passed and left behind.