Donkey-carriage in a sentence

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Mary Jane and I have been wet through once already to-day; we set off in the donkey-carriage for Farringdon, as I wanted to see the improvement Mr. Woolls is making, but we were obliged to turn back before we got there, but not soon enough to avoid a pelter all the way home.
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Ben was here on Saturday, to ask uncle Charles and me to dine with them, as to-morrow, but I was forced to decline it, the walk is beyond my strength (though I am otherwise very well), and this is not a season for donkey-carriages; and as we do not like to spare uncle Charles, he has declined it too.
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The usual walk was at first shortened, and then discontinued; and air was sought in a donkey-carriage.
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This is not a time of year for donkey-carriages, and our donkeys are necessarily having so long a run of luxurious idleness that I suppose we shall find they have forgotten much of their education when we use them again.
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She was seated in the donkey-carriage that had now taken the place of her landau, the white animal looking no larger than a cat at that distance.
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Examples of Donkey-carriage

Example #1
It beats against the window.
Example #2
I talked of its being bad weather for the hay, and he returned me the comfort of its being much worse for the wheat.
Example #3
Mr. E. I doubt your seeing uncle Henry at Steventon to-day.
Example #4
How could I possibly join them on to the little bit (two inches wide) of ivory on which I work with so fine a brush, as produces little effect after much labour?
Example #5
Gradually, too, her habits of activity within the house ceased, and she was obliged to lie down much.
Example #6
By God's mercy it was not attended with much suffering; so that she was able to tell her friends as in the foregoing letter, and perhaps sometimes to persuade herself that, excepting want of strength, she was 'otherwise very well;' but the progress of the disease became more and more manifest as the year advanced.