A sound of wheels turning in at the lodge-gates—it is Maurice's hansom.
He saw Richford in the distance entering a hansom; he called one himself.
At that moment Agnes drove up in a hansom; she ran up the little garden, and carried out Evelyn's bag and placed it in the hansom.
Savile, feeling very grown-up, drove Dolly back in a hansom.
Arrived there, however, I deposited my luggage in the cloak-room and drove back to Claridge's in a hansom.
She knew that, even more than the hansom, their 'get up' had given them away.
It was in the Fullham Road that we glided close behind a hansom bowling along at a rattling pace.
They passed out on to the pavement, and the commissionaire called a hansom.
Then he got into a hansom and drove up to the house in the Edgware Road.
She slipped on her cloak and stepped into the hansom with him.
"two-wheeled, two-person cab," 1847, from James A. Hansom (1803-1882), English architect who designed such a vehicle c.1834.