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  • With joy I hurried to the window, and saw drive into the yard two great leiter-wagons, each drawn by eight sturdy horses, and at the head of each pair a Slovak, with his wide hat, great nail-studded belt, dirty sheepskin, and high boots.

    Dracula

  • The leiter-wagons contained great, square boxes, with handles of thick rope.

    Dracula

  • With the dawn we saw the body of Szgany before us dashing away from the river with their leiter wagon.

    Dracula

  • Those who were unmounted jumped upon the leiter wagon and shouted to the horsemen not to desert them.

    Dracula

  • Those who were unmounted jumped upon the leiter-wagon and shouted to the horsemen not to desert them.

    The Deadlocked City

  • Now and again we passed a leiter-wagon -- the ordinary peasant's cart -- with its long, snake-like vertebra, calculated to suit the inequalities of the road.

    Dracula

  • The leiter-wagons contained great, square boxes, with handles of thick rope; these were evidently empty by the ease with which the Slovaks handled them, and by their resonance as they were roughly moved.

    Dracula

  • -- With the dawn we saw the body of Szgany before us dashing away from the river with their leiter-wagon.

    Dracula

  • In the midst of them was a cart, a long leiter-wagon which swept from side to side, like a dog's tail wagging, with each stern inequality of the road.

    Dracula

  • With joy I hurried to the window, and saw drive into the yard two great leiter-wagons, each drawn by eight sturdy horses, and at the head of each pair a Slovak, with his hat, great nail-studded belt, dirty sheepskin, and high boots.

    Dracula

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