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The fourth was a light covered fourgon which contained our personal luggage, and in this we resolved to travel up to Brussels.
In a moment they reappeared, and marched across the wharf, toward the two boats from Le Fourgon that awaited them.
Next after the royal carriages had come a fourgon with the bouquets presented at the station.
He is going to sail to-day on Le Fourgon for Paris to see what he can save from the wreck.
I must beg you to direct them to the care of the American consul or agent at the port, to be sent by the Diligence or Fourgon.
In France they say "La ple se moque du fourgon," the shovel makes game of the poker.
PROVERB LOREF. EDWARD HULME
A whole fourgon could not have been sufficient to convey these packages from the French capital to the frontier.
VERNER'S PRIDEMRS. HENRY WOOD
After that I was given a fourgon, a wagon in which to transport the loaves of bread.
THE BACKWASH OF WARELLEN N. LA MOTTE

WORDS RELATED TO FOURGON

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