Parties on horseback and in calashes were formed continually.
Some of our Calashes on deck swore to me that they had seen a red flash above the tree-tops.
One of the Calashes in my boat made out something red on one of them.
The first class passengers in these calashes had seats in the chaise itself.
Calashes were now common, though precisely what the difference was between them and the two-wheel chaises I am unable to say.
Our party met a great many of these calashes coming into town, and bringing in loads of country people.
Behind it stood a round-eyed maiden, all aghast at the honorable company of calashes, who marched in without a word.
The spring evenings were getting bright and long, when three or four ladies in calashes met at Miss Barker's door.
Later, about five in the morning, some of my calashes came running to me, yelling that there was a fire ashore.
Hay-carts, calashes, buck-boards, and rude specimens of cabs were being driven by French-Canadian habitants along the road.