In connection with his drives—in britzka and in coach—he does not forget to mention that he is always honoured with a back-seat.
"I wonder if I left them in the britzka," he said, turning towards the steps.
Nine times out of ten shall you behold, standing at the door, a splendid equipage—a britzka or barouche.
Stay, whilst the big door opens, and then mark the owner of the house and britzka.
A britzka came up at this moment as the three men were speaking.
The britzka was now approaching the factory, and the noise became audible and roused the musing pastor.