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“Your musical powers shall be still further developed; you shall have whatever pianoforte you like; you shall have anything, Fancy, anything to make you happy — pony-carriage, flowers, birds, pleasant society; yes, you have enough in you for any society, after a few months of travel with me!”
“‘Do you remember the date of his sailing?’ she said finally, as the pony-carriage turned to drive off.”
“‘Why, I have been thinking of you many times since Mrs. Barnet went by in the pony-carriage, and now here you are!’”
“He promised, and bade them adieu, and got into the pony-carriage, which crept up the slope, and bore him out of their sight.”
“The tall footmen came but seldom now with notes to the sweet Laura; the pony-carriage was but rarely despatched to”
“And I have told Mr. ‘Owell, sir, that my lady would prefer the hopen carriage, sir, which I like the hexercise myself, sir, and that the pony-carriage was good enough for Mrs. Bonnington, sir; and Mr. ‘Owell was very hinsolent to me, sir; and I don’t think I can stay in the ’ouse with him.”
“But she took out the pony-carriage; and as there was only one road in the country, she found it useless, though she was lucky enough to sell it to some one at Damascus, who bought it not for use, but as a curio.”
“It was on that day that Sir Thomas had been driving about in the pony-carriage with Lady Fitzgerald, as Richard had reported.”
“The countess, too, held her handkerchief to her eyes as she got back into her pony-carriage.”
“This use of the pony-carriage would have been illicit under any circumstances less pressing than the present, for it had been decided that the carriage, and even poor Puck himself, should be sold.”
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