Even then, as I have heard from one of his nearest relatives, it was with reluctance that he submitted to be chaired.
Not contented with vociferous cheering, he was chaired and borne around in triumph, much to his discomfort.
I would have thee to understand, sirrah, that thou art fitter for the house they have chaired thee unto than for mine.
On this uncomfortable but splendid seat, Mr. Fox was chaired all round Covent Garden, amidst the cheers of his friends.
He was then chaired and made the usual tour of the Piazza, distributing largess to the people.
At 2½ Seymour was announced scholar to the boys, and chaired forthwith.
Two or three decent little tabled and chaired and lighted rooms would do.
I would have thee to understand, sirrah, that thou art fitter for the House they have chaired thee unto than for mine.
George Lamb was to have been chaired on the day he was elected, but the mob was outrageous and would not suffer it.
The day the member was chaired, several men in Coningsby's rooms were talking over their triumph.