Landaus, barouches, or tilburies, there were none in those simple days.
Barouches at the doors, and gentlemen and ladies going to drive, and gentlemen smoking round the piazza.
Mingling with the superb turnouts were barouches unmistakably hired, occupied by people dressed with a certain cheap smartness.
It consisted of some sixteen or eighteen barouches or carriages, containing the Committee of Arrangements and other gentlemen.
And the men without legs ride in barouches in state processions.
Lastly there were barouches and landaus carrying the ladies of the Court "en grande tenue."
Two barouches, each drawn by four magnificent horses driven by postilions in fawn-coloured satin jackets, followed the hunters.
Young men in barouches would rattle from one house to another all day long.
About two hundred veterans of the Revolution, of whom forty were survivors of the battle, rode in barouches next to the escort.
Would that life consisted only of such incidents, of barouches and whitebait banquets!