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  • A second week passed, and one morning found George Dorety standing in the coach-house companionway at the for'ard end of the long poop, taking his first gaze around the deck.


  • Behind there was nothing remarkable, save that the passage window could be reached from the top of the coach-house.

    Sole Music

  • Legion, and who populate the coach-house to that extent that I daily expect to see the carriage going off bodily, drawn by myriads of industrious fleas in harness.

    Pictures from Italy

  • When quiet was again restored the doctor bought the little house which adjoined his own and pulled it down so as to build a coach-house and stables on its side.


  • The offices are also very convenient; coach-house and stables at hand.

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • I have now all the reason that can be, to apprehend my master will be here soon; for the servants are busy in setting the house to rights; and a stable and coach-house are cleaning out, that have not been used some time.


  • It was the coach-house next door to a genuine Victorian mansion, where the coach-house is bigger than any house I've ever lived in.

    San Dimas High School Football Rocks!

  • On the fourth side of the quadrangle was a rough coach-house, and rougher stables.

    Harry Heathcote of Gangoil

  • “And the coach-house, Dr. Grantly,” continued Mr. Slope; “there is really hardly room for a second carriage in the large coach-house, and the smaller one, of course, holds only one.”

    Barchester Towers

  • The coach-house and the stables, and the old brewhouse, seem to come half way down the hill.

    The Belton Estate

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