travelling-carriage love



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  • His father having told him to travel alone and modestly, he had taken the coupe of the diligence all to himself, rather pleased at not having to damage a delightful travelling-carriage ordered for a journey on which he was to meet his Annette, the great lady who, etc., — whom he intended to rejoin at Baden in the following June.

    Eug�nie Grandet

  • Farry, Breilmann, & Co. built me a very comfortable travelling-carriage, which they have not yet delivered; persuade them to keep it and not ask for any payment on it.

    Eug�nie Grandet

  • On one occasion, the countess, always kind and good to her former maid, gave her, as a souvenir perhaps, a little travelling-carriage, the fashion of which was out of date.

    A Start in Life

  • English travelling-carriage of considerable proportions, fresh from the shady halls of the Pantechnicon near Belgrave Square, London, was observed

    Pictures from Italy

  • Modeste was amazed at the value which a man so celebrated attached to time, when she saw the travelling-carriage piled with books which the great surgeon proposed to read during the journey; for he had left Paris the evening before, and had spent the night in sleeping and travelling.

    Modeste Mignon

  • She had six hundred pounds to her fortune, which the Captain laid out in the purchase of a sweet travelling-carriage and dressing-case for himself; and going abroad with his lady, spent several years in the principal prisons of Europe, in one of which he died.

    The Bedford-Row Conspiracy

  • A few vehicles, accompanied by dirty Armenians, drove into the courtyard of the inn, and behind them came an empty travelling-carriage.

    A Hero of Our Time

  • The sun was sinking behind the cold summits and a whitish mist was beginning to spread over the valleys, when the silence was broken by the jingling of the bell of a travelling-carriage and the shouting of drivers in the street.

    A Hero of Our Time

  • She could never meet a travelling-carriage without stopping to watch it, and envying the postilion who drove it or the persons it conveyed.

    The Story of Ida Pfeiffer and Her Travels in Many Lands

  • When we had entered Glasgow, and were approaching the Buck's Head -- the inn at which our conveyance was to stop -- an open travelling-carriage, drawn by four beautiful grey horses, drove up in an opposite direction.

    Catharine's Peril, or The Little Russian Girl Lost in a Forest And Other Stories


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