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“After the marriage ceremony, the happiest and handsomest pair in the world drove off in a chaise-and-four, to pass the honeymoon at Kissingen.”
“By ten o'clock the chaise-and-four conveyed the two from the abbey, and, after an agreeable drive of almost twenty miles, they entered Woodston, &c.”
“Judge, therefore, of my surprise, when one fine morning, as I sauntered into the village, I found the whole population gathered in groups on the little market-place, and discovered from the incoherent exclamations of the crowd, that "the new proprietor of the Hall had just driven through in a chaise-and-four!”
“When the chaise-and-four returned, therefore, a few hours afterwards, through the village, the General was loudly cheered by his subjects.”
“A fool of a fellow being the first to find them, and delighted with his prowess, ran up, shouting, "Come home directly; a gentleman has come in a chaise-and-four" – who, he did not know.”
“There is too much chaise-and-four and laudanum-bottle; too much moralising; too much of a good many other things.”
“When he reached his bedroom he told Mrs. Hare of a chaise-and-four which had gone tearing past at a furious pace as he was closing the gate, coming from the direction of East Lynne.”
“Papa stayed out late; and, in returning home, a chaise-and-four tore past just as he was coming in at the gate.”
“Yes: there was a chaise-and-four, a short distance before them, dashing along at full gallop.”
“What are they about, boys?" said I. "Goin 'to take the chaise-and-four forninst ye, yer honor," said the man.”
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