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Now they pull up at a lodge, and take on board a well-muffled-up sportsman, with his gun-case and carpet-bag, An early up-coach meets them, and the coachmen gather up their horses, and pass one another with the accustomed lift of the elbow, each team doing eleven miles an hour, with a mile to spare behind if necessary.
Twenty minutes here, gentlemen," says the coachman, as they pull up at half-past seven at the inn-door.
Weller jumps up behind, the Pickwickians pull their coats round their legs and their shawls over their noses, the helpers pull the horse-cloths off, the coachman shouts out a cheery 'All right,' and away they go.
Snodgrass, who sits next to him, has recovered from his alarm, they pull up at the inn yard where the fresh horses, with cloths on, are already waiting.
asked the Woozy, which Ojo had dragged here and there all around the clearing in his endeavor to pull out the hair.
You pull the hair, and I'll pull you, and together we ought to get it out easily.
Collins barked, his eyes on the girl and noting that the pull of the apparatus was straight across her.
Let 'em pull you this way a bit and that way a bit.
They pull on pretty steadily for a bit, after this, and then it all at once occurs to one of them that she will pin up her frock, and they ease up for the purpose, and the boat runs aground.
Three or four miles up stream is a trifle, early in the morning, but it is a weary pull at the end of a long day.
cried the dwarf; 'don't you see that the accursed fish wants to pull me in?
I will turn up at the posting station when he's setting off tomorrow, I'll catch him by the leg, I'll pull off his coat when he gets into the carriage.