Your butler can sit in the back of the cart and hold the handle of your bath-chair.
I've been out in a bath-chair this morning—I've just come in; and now I'm to go every day.
When I've finished I shall go 'pop,' and get into my bath-chair till I'm wheeled away into the family-vault.
He had settled that he was to be his grandmother's horse as soon as he saw the bath-chair.
Stand on the step and Ill tell him theres a bath-chair round the corner.
I could, of course, if you don't mind wheeling me down again in that bath-chair.
They keep three servants only; no carriage—except the bath-chair.
It is having all my drawers open that stands between me and the bath-chair.
Priscilla wheeled the bath-chair up the hill from the town, chatting cheerfully as she went.
I should say she was in her bath-chair on the Scarborough sands at this moment.