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  • My own idea was to pluck a waggonette from the nearest bush.

    New Treasure Seekers

  • Dropping the reins and flinging his arms vehemently back, he managed to dislodge his assailants, though not without dislodging himself at the same time, and a long and somewhat painful creditors 'meeting down in the waggonette was the consequence.

    Follow My leader The Boys of Templeton

  • He "means to deliver the middle-class out of the hand of their Dissenting ministers," and in the interval wants to know how "that beast of a word 'waggonette' is spelt?"

    Matthew Arnold

  • On the next morning they started in a huge waggonette for

    Phineas Redux

  • The waggonette had been left at an inn about two miles from Copperhouse Cross, but they resolved to abandon that and to ride direct to Harrington Hall.

    Phineas Redux

  • Caldigate himself should drive the waggonette into Cambridge to take her back on the Wednesday, but that he would bring a servant with him who should drive the carriage up to the Grange, so that he, personally, should not have to appear at the door of the house.

    John Caldigate

  • The driver of the waggonette pulled up outside the Jolly Drovers and informed Redwood that his part of the bargain was done.

    The Food of the Gods and how it came to Earth

  • Bensington got the Red Lion dogcart and set off with the waggonette, to overtake the baggage.

    The Food of the Gods and how it came to Earth

  • They left the waggonette behind, and the men who were not driving went afoot.

    The Food of the Gods and how it came to Earth

  • “Get the things out of that waggonette,” he said, and one of his men, a tall, fair, dirty engineer, obeyed.

    The Food of the Gods and how it came to Earth

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