Although they had but that moment left the school behind them, they were now in the busy thoroughfares of a city, where shadowy passengers passed and repassed; where shadowy carts
and coaches battle for the way, and all the strife and tumult of a real city were.
I say 'drove', but it struck me that the cart
would have gone to Yarmouth quite as well without him, for the horse did all that; and as to conversation, he had no idea of it but whistling.
The baggage was sent the day before on Liebard's cart
and trucks carried this money from the wharf to the provincial treasury.
But there's that Will Maskery, sir as is the rampageousest Methodis as can be, an' I make no doubt it was him as stirred up th' young woman to preach last night, an' he'll be a-bringin' other folks to preach from Treddles'on, if his comb isn't cut a bit; an' I think as he should be let know as he isna t' have the makin' an' mendin' o' church carts
an' implemen's, let alone stayin' i' that house an' yard as is Squire Donnithorne's.
That is well--you're just in luck: this is Tuesday evening; there are scores of market gigs and carts
returning to Dinneford to-night; and he, or some of his, have a seat in all regularly; so, if you'll step in and sit half-an-hour in my bachelor's parlour, you may catch him as he passes without much trouble.
But, ‘Duke, when I fish I fish; so, away, boys, for another haul, and we’ll send out wagons and carts
in the morning to bring in our prizes.
All about, coming and going round the little flames, men cried for oil, or grain, or sweetmeats, or tobacco, jostling one another while they waited their turn at the well; and under the men's voices you heard from halted, shuttered carts
the high squeals and giggles of women whose faces should not be seen in public.
Each time Prince Nesvitski tried to move on, soldiers and carts
pushed him back again and pressed him against the railings, and all he could do was to smile.
In some of the carts
and waggons, women might be seen, glancing fearfully at the same unsightly thing; and even little children were held up above the people's heads to see what kind of a toy a gallows was, and learn how men were hanged.
It was one of those big carts
usually drawn by heavy cart
-horses and laden with casks of wine or other heavy goods.
When Don Quixote saw himself caged and hoisted on the cart
in this way, he said, "Many grave histories of knights-errant have I read; but never yet have I read, seen, or heard of their carrying off enchanted knights-errant in this fashion, or at the slow pace that these lazy, sluggish animals promise; for they always take them away through the air with marvellous swiftness, enveloped in a dark thick cloud, or on a chariot of fire, or it may be on some hippogriff or other beast of the kind; but to carry me off like this on an ox-cart