At a tollgate the aide drew rein, leaned from his saddle, and struck against the door with a pistol butt.
This spring is about one-third of a mile west of the tollgate on the National turnpike.
She also opened her eyes at our question, and said the distance to the tollgate was eight miles.
The same glance will also show you the tollgate, which you could not see before.
Passing through a tollgate I found myself in a kind of suburb consisting of a few cottages.
Last summer I met a fine fox on the turnpike road and close to a tollgate, in the middle of the day.
The tollgate keeper hobbled back to his chair, and Sairy returned to her dinner.
They came to the tollgate, which was politely opened and closed again without their having to get down from the sledge.
Shortly after leaving the village of the tollgate I came to a beautiful valley.
Whereupon she told me that it was called Tref y Talcot—the village of the tollgate.