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  • He has been so very kind about ponies and jhampanies and things.

    The Pool in the Desert

  • No other 'rickshaw was in sight -- only the four black and white _jhampanies_, the yellow-paneled carriage, and the golden head of the woman within -- all apparently just as I had left them eight months and one fortnight ago!

    The Phantom Rickshaw and Other Ghost Stories

  • At the Theatre I found them amid the crowd or yelling _jhampanies_; outside the Club veranda, after a long evening of whist; at the Birthday Ball, waiting patiently for my reappearance; and in broad daylight when I went calling.

    The Phantom Rickshaw and Other Ghost Stories

  • Immediately opposite Peliti's shop my eye was arrested by the sight of four _jhampanies_ in "magpie" livery, pulling a yellow-paneled, cheap, bazar 'rickshaw.

    The Phantom Rickshaw and Other Ghost Stories

  • Whoever employed them now I thought I would call upon, and ask as a personal favor to change her _jhampanies'_ livery.

    The Phantom Rickshaw and Other Ghost Stories

  • The rain-swept sky (we were at the end of the wet weather), the sodden, dingy pines, the muddy road, and the black powder-riven cliffs formed a gloomy background against which the black and white liveries of the _jhampanies, _ the yellow-paneled 'rickshaw and Mrs. Wessington's down-bowed golden head stood out clearly.

    Indian Tales

  • The next day I met those accursed "magpie" _jhampanies_ at the back of Jakko, and, moved by some passing sentiment of pity, stopped to tell Mrs. Wessington everything.

    Indian Tales

  • _jhampanies_ at the back of Jakko, and, moved by some passing sentiment of pity, stopped to tell Mrs. Wessington everything.

    The Phantom Rickshaw and Other Ghost Stories

  • _jhampanies_; outside the Club veranda, after a long evening of whist; at the Birthday Ball, waiting patiently for my reappearance; and in broad daylight when I went calling.

    Indian Tales

  • a gloomy background against which the black and white liveries of the _jhampanies_, the yellow-paneled 'rickshaw and Mrs. Wessington's down-bowed golden head stood out clearly.

    The Phantom Rickshaw and Other Ghost Stories

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