The post-horn sounded in the empty street; they rolled away—it was at daybreak.
Be ready to-morrow morning when you hear the post-horn sound.
From the mail-coach they also blow the post-horn, not just to the advantage of the ear-drums of the travellers.
It was the post-horn which sounded the note of Felix Kaulmann's departure.
For three days the postman had been buried alive, and at last, by dint of digging with his post-horn, he had got free.
Just then the loud and cheerful notes of a post-horn resounded in front of the house, and a carriage stopped at the door.
Suddenly the loud, quivering tones of the post-horn were heard, "Es ritten drei Reiter zum Thore hinaus."
The post-horn tooted merrily, dogs barked, and stableboys raised a good-by cheer!
Meanwhile a pleasant interruption occurs in the post-horn winding loud and clear along the settlement.
The book opens with a "post-horn symphony," well written in the old Romantic style, but not Romantic in tendency.