The gist of that information was that the owner of the house was a lame gentleman who sometimes went out in a Bath chair.
Miss Sharp followed my Bath chair,—and with extreme diligence kept me to the re-arranging of the first chapter.
Goes about in a Bath chair which he hires from a regular keeper of this class of thing.
First she wanted a stout boy to help to draw her Bath chair, while the footman pushed behind, it being a hilly country.
He ought to get her a proper servant and a man for the garden and the Bath chair.
The Rue Grenier-sur-leau is so narrow that it would scarcely admit of the passage of a Bath chair.
A querulous little cry reached her from the Bath chair, drawn up on the promenade.
Mrs. Perch was a fragile little body whose life should have been and could have been divided between her bed and a Bath chair.
On her way there she had overtaken Robin's wife wheeling Robin in a Bath chair.
We had secured a victoria which was not much larger than a Bath chair, but in a crowd this had its advantage.