The road went up and down, and several times the carriage
passed over a little bridge beneath which water rushed very fast with a great deal of noise.
He turned himself sideways to the carriage
, and leaned back, with his face thrown up to the sky, and his head hanging down; then recovered himself, fumbled with his cap, and made a bow.
cried Philippe, lifting the countess and placing her in the carriage
When he was within twenty paces of it, he heard a noise of people and the carriage
Franz hastened to inquire after the count, and to express regret that he had not returned in sufficient time; but Pastrini reassured him by saying that the Count of Monte Cristo had ordered a second carriage
for himself, and that it had gone at four o'clock to fetch him from the Rospoli Palace.
The tumult now began to increase; the street was not able to contain the spectators who assembled from every direction; the crowd invaded the space which the dreaded pikes of the guards had till then kept clear between them and the carriage
On entering the carriage
, Julia noticed the eye of Antonio fixed on her with peculiar meaning, and she felt that her conduct had been appreciated.
At these words, the effect of which he watched closely, the lady with the black eyes uttered a cry of joy, leant out of the carriage
window, and seeing the cavalier approaching, held out her arms, exclaiming:
When they arrived at Mr Korbes's house, he was not at home; so the mice drew the carriage
into the coach-house, Chanticleer and Partlet flew upon a beam, the cat sat down in the fireplace, the duck got into the washing cistern, the pin stuck himself into the bed pillow, the millstone laid himself over the house door, and the egg rolled himself up in the towel.
But her reminder that they were in his wife's carriage
provoked him to an impulse of retaliation.
The horses were in waiting, making each rusty spring reverberate the carriage
again with their impatience.
Almost every time a new carriage
drove up a whisper ran through the crowd and caps were doffed.
Miss Murray ordered the carriage
again, in the afternoon, for herself and her sister: she said it was too cold for them to enjoy themselves in the garden; and besides, she believed Harry Meltham would be at church.
She was leaning back in the corner of the carriage
, and she seemed somehow to have shrunk into an unusual insignificance.
moved along, but it was evident that the driver was no longer urging his horses with the same degree of confidence.