Burke is standing, equipped as a postilion, in readiness to drive off his ally, with a plan of economy under his arm.
He shouted to the postilion, and the huge, lumbering vehicle was set in motion.
There was not a man of any kind with them except the postilion.
“At your pleasure, sir,” said the fellow, and called to the postilion accordingly.
We caught the postilion at disadvantage as he was flogging the weary animals up the brow of the hill.
Gaston took the purse, while a postilion unharnessed a horse and led it to him.
The postilion made no resistance; the horses were taken off, and the chaise was drawn back to the high road.
If you will give your horse in charge to the postilion, we will attend you at once.
I looked at the speaker, and recognized in him the postilion who had brought down the barouche.
Some came in cabs, with their trunks on before with the postilion.