waggon


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Be off with you, and the men shall get you a good strong waggon with a body to it that will hold all your clothes.
The whole road has been reminding me of my name-sake Whittington," said Richard, "and that waggon is the finishing touch.
It was not until Caleb had been occupied, some time, in yoking a team of horses to a waggon by the summary process of nailing the harness to the vital parts of their bodies, that she drew near to his working-stool, and sitting down beside him, said:
The next time he met her, and quite by accident, was when he was driving an express waggon for Pat Morrissey.
A CARTER was driving a waggon loaded with a merchant's goods, when the wheels stuck in a rut.
Cut a felloe three spans across for a waggon of ten palms' width.
I should never have thought it possible for a bullock waggon to have crawled along: as it was, they scarcely went at the rate of a mile an hour, and a man was kept ahead, to survey the best line for making the attempt.
From the edge of a copse a waggon with two horses was rolling gently along the ridge.
An episode of humour or kindness touches and amuses him here and there--a pretty child looking at a gingerbread stall; a pretty girl blushing whilst her lover talks to her and chooses her fairing; poor Tom Fool, yonder behind the waggon, mumbling his bone with the honest family which lives by his tumbling; but the general impression is one more melancholy than mirthful.
The noise made by the lumbering wheels annoyed me, and when I found that the waggon took the road to the village, as well as myself, I stopped to let it go by and pass out of hearing.
Here and there, and frequently too, we encountered a solitary broken-down waggon, full of some new settler's goods.
Mother,' said Barnaby, as they were sitting next day in a waggon which was to take them within ten miles of the capital, 'we're going to London first, you said.
An inspiration of affection for a half-drunken carter going his way led to Mr Riderhood's being elevated on a high heap of baskets on a waggon, and pursuing his journey recumbent on his back with his head on his bundle.
You say over them ones that you used to say every night in the waggon when we was on the Plains.
As it was too late an hour to repair to the exhibition room, they turned aside into a piece of waste ground that lay just within the old town-gate, and drew up there for the night, near to another caravan, which, notwithstanding that it bore on the lawful panel the great name of Jarley, and was employed besides in conveying from place to place the wax-work which was its country's pride, was designated by a grovelling stamp-office as a 'Common Stage Waggon,' and numbered too--seven thousand odd hundred--as though its precious freight were mere flour or coals!