An hour after landing, he was in a post chaise on his way home.
I have just ordered a post chaise to be round at the door in half an hour.
He had gone in the carriage to the nearest town where he took a post chaise and horses with orders for the London road.
At length it came to this (the proposition was not mine): we were to hire a post chaise and drive to the inn at G—.
Fortunately, nobody was hurt, and the coachman sent somebody for a post chaise, which soon arrived.
I took the mail on horseback until I could procure a post chaise to convey the bags to meet the mail for London.
Millicent and Mrs. Cunningham went down in a post chaise, two days before the wedding, and Mark drove down in his gig with them.
Awakened at five A.M. by the sound of a bugle he arose and dressed hurriedly and found the post chaise waiting.
In the distance, approaching them, appeared a post chaise, drawn by four galloping horses.
A bill for a post chaise which has come down from the year 1784 gives the following description of that vehicle.