The coachmen who drive these carriages are very eager to get customers.
Twenty-five of these have become couriers, riders, and coachmen.
It is a very common thing to have them driven, not by coachmen, but by postilions.
He had upwards of a hundred cooks and two hundred grooms and coachmen.
Most of the chauffeurs, coachmen, and servants knew one another.
Suddenly, all was activity in the world of carriages and coachmen!
Our coachmen get up in front of their vehicles; in England they go behind.
And the coachmen of Rouen fall off their seats while reading Fanny (historic)!
The coachmen in the mews at the back of the squares are very good customers.
If it is in winter, the coachmen outside must not be forgotten.