That is to say, it was a pantechnicon only by courtesy—Mr. Crump's courtesy.
I should think one pantechnicon would do, just for this parish.
Tippitt and Bindle silently busied themselves in harnessing the horses to the pantechnicon.
Passion in a pantechnicon or Elopements economically conducted.
The doors of the pantechnicon were burst open and thrown back upon their hinges, where they shivered as if trembling with fear.
And the onrush of the pantechnicon constituted a clear crisis.
From the top of the pantechnicon could be heard Wilkes's persistent cough, whilst Huggles was in charge of the "ribbons."
"I knew we was goin' to 'ave a shower," and he proceeded to water the top of the pantechnicon.
Synchronising with the opening of the doors of the pantechnicon was a short, sharp blast of a police whistle.
All eyes were fixed upon the human avalanche that was pouring from the inside of the pantechnicon.