The younger one did not by any chance inquire of you whether it would be possible to hire a berline?
As they raised him into the berline, however, he toppled forward, fainting.
Why could not Royalty go in some old berline similar to that of other men?
Short of taking the berline to pieces, they could not have discovered the hiding-place.
Philip turned to see if anything worth taking was left in the berline.
And at this moment, the duchess's berline having drawn up at the steps, she entered it.
They are a berline for the general and his company, and a chaise for the servants.
They stopped the berline, and I handed them over to them without hesitation, thinking that they had come from the Emperor.'
I am sorry to say that my berline, which was the envy of every one in Antwerp, was eventually captured by the Germans.
The citoyen Blaise, who was a capital rider, took the road on horseback, going on in front to escape the dust from the berline.