The Swan allured the gentlefolk of the county, the coach-and-four people, Jehus of light curricles, and riders of blooded horses.
"Running as pretty as a coach-and-four when I left at seven this morning," said Sam.
On the third day she looked out of the back-door, and saw a coach-and-four coming along the road.
I sobbed and cried the whole way, for where were the delights then to me of a coach-and-four?
I saw them arrive in a coach-and-four and chaise-and-pair—two footmen, a page, and two maids.
We don't have tea at the 'coach-and-four' every Sunday in the year!
The thieves had driven off with the coach-and-four, and the poor little boy had crawled back to the village.
The mother was brought from Fannet in a coach-and-four, and there was a splendid wedding.
It seemed to us to be framed so that a coach-and-four could be driven through every one of its clauses.
How about a coach-and-four, such as he heard their king had?