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But, notwithstanding this order, the coachman suddenly came to a stop.
The coachman stopped, but, however strongly his master urged him, he refused to get off and save himself.
They all looked from the coachman to the guard, and from the guard to the coachman, and listened.
The guard, the coachman, and the two other passengers eyed him distrustfully.
They pass the hounds jogging along to a distant meet, at the heels of the huntsman's back, whose face is about the colour of the tails of his old pink, as he exchanges greetings with coachman and guard.
Twenty minutes here, gentlemen," says the coachman, as they pull up at half-past seven at the inn-door.
We have that, sir," replied Bernouin; and the poor coachman was conducted to a closet, the windows of which were barred and which looked very much like a prison.
Pickwick emerges from his coat collar, and looks about him with great curiosity; perceiving which, the coachman informs Mr.
Hetty's fear was allayed by and by, when she found that the coachman made no further allusion to her personal concerns; but it still had the effect of preventing her from asking him what were the places on the road to Windsor.
Mr Maclachlan immediately closed with the proposal of the coachman, and, at the same time, persuaded his friend Fitzpatrick to accept of the fourth place in the coach.
Nonsense," retorted the baroness; "you could not have entertained any alarm on the subject, because you are perfectly well aware that I have had for a month in my service the very best coachman in Paris.
Mademoiselle de Mancini, quite indignant, quitted the king's arm, hastily entered the carriage, crying to the coachman, "Go on, go on, and quick