The sedans were made of bamboo, covered with oil-cloth, and carried on long poles.
Japan, too, had early had sedans both for travelling and for more purely ceremonial purposes.
The pulpits re-echoed with denunciations against acting and episcopacy, and men who were carried to the theatres in sedans,—oh!
Everybody in the category of invalids affected it in especial, since litters and sedans were not inhibited there.
Some of the more timid of the party preferred to come all the way down in the sedans, and said they had a delightful trip.
We were sure whoever kidnaped him would head for the Ifugao country, but there were no sedans on the road today.
The body of these is almost like that of our sedans, but rolls upon two low wheels, and is dragged forwards by men.
It was a night of nights; the old fellows were lifted back into their chariots or sedans.
The ascent is difficult, it is so steep; and the bearers of the sedans had to stop and rest occasionally.
During the next two days the tourists continued to wander on foot and in sedans over the city with the guides.