It is delightful travelling for its speed, that Malle poste, and really for its comfort too.
We are expecting (Roche and I) a letter from the Malle poste people, to whom we have applied for places.
The 'Malle poste' will be at the door; and, if he had fifty wounds on him, he must go.
Malle Csari a stabulo nedum a sacris inservire, quam inferiorum hominum subditorum, vassalorum, rebellium injurias sustinere.
He then turned aside to a city of the foreigners called Malle, and took it, and slew all the males, and burnt the city itself.
Also the Malle Poste, with only a couple of passengers, tearing along at a real good dare-devil pace, and out of sight in no time.
About half a mile further on an avenue on the right leads to the Chteau de la Malle.
Wilkin was evidently, like Malle or Malkin, a name for a pet lamb or sheep; see B. 4021.
Therefore I resolved (the Malle poste being full) to take the diligence hither next day in the afternoon.
They change horses very often with the Malle post, and drive very fast.