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and we'll be taking a medium sized coach so there'll be forty five places on that

so we're taking the large coach with fifty seats Oh good

Good I don't want to be away any longer than that So is that by coach

Actually it's by minibus We like to keep those tours small and personal so we don't take a whole coach load of people

Also I'd like to introduce you to Jason Doric who is the Head Coach

For all the new members here tonight this is the third year that Jason has been with us as Head Coach

and we are very lucky to have such an experienced coach and former player at our club

From our village she travelled by coach to the south, where she made her new home near London

But when the coach arrived, young Linton had to be carried into the house

I had to get up very early to catch the coach, but Bessie helped me to get ready.

Goodbye to Gateshead! I shouted wildly, as we walked together out of the front door, to wait for the coach in the road.

The coachman took my luggage and called me to hurry up.

She shouted up to the coachman, Make sure you take care of her!

The door was closed, and the coach rolled off.

I slept for a short time but was woken when the coach stopped.

Yes, I answered, and was helped out of the coach with my luggage.

And so my cousins Eliza and Georgiana had sent their coachman, Robert, to bring me back to Gateshead.

They've sent the coachman for me, sir. I'll leave tomorrow.

She had married Robert the coachman, and was very busy with her three young children.

After a long day sitting in the coach, I decided to get out at Millcote, leave my luggage at the hotel, and walk across the fields to Thornfield.

I wanted desperately to be with him, to comfort him, but somehow I made myself keep walking, and when a coach passed, I arranged to travel on it as far as my money would pay for.

Inside the coach I cried the bitterest tears of my life.

I was put down at Whitcross, a crossroads on the moor, after travelling for two days in the coach.

As it rolled away, I realized I had left my parcel inside, and given the coachman all the coins in my purse.

I took the coach, and after thirty six hours of travelling I got down at Thornfield village,

Late one November night, in that same year 1775, a coach going from London to Dover stopped at the top of a long hill.

The rider stopped his horse beside the coach and shouted: I want a passenger, Mr Jarvis Lorry, from Tellson's Bank in London.

No one in the coach understood what they meant.

While Mr Lorry and Defarge went to arrange for a coach to take them out of Paris, Lucie sat with her father.

When they went to the coach, only one person saw them go: Madame Defarge.

Soon they drove off in a coach, and then Mr Stryver and Mr Lorry walked away, leaving Mr Damay and Mr Carton alone.

Angrily, the Marquis got into his coach and told the driver to take him home.

Very soon the coach was driving fast out of Paris, and the people in the narrow streets had to run to get out of the way, if they could.

At the corner of a street in Saint Antoine, one of the coach wheels hit something, and the people in the street screamed loudly.

What has gone wrong? asked the Marquis calmly, looking out of the window of the coach.

The people in the street came close to the coach and looked at the Marquis with stony, silent faces.

You are a sensible man, said the Marquis from his coach.

Just as the coach was leaving, a coin was thrown back in through the window.

Later that day, as the sun was going down, the same coach stopped in a village near the Marquis's castle.

The man came up to the coach, hat in hand, and the other villagers moved closer to listen.

You were looking at my coach in a very strange way. Why was that?

The man who was holding on under your coach, said the poor man, trembling with fear.

Not yet, sir, replied the servant, but as the Marquis was eating his dinner, he heard the sound of a coach outside.

He took his daughter's arm and they went out to the waiting coach.

The others followed in a second coach and soon, in a nearby church, Lucie Manette and Charles Darnay were married.

He brings us news of our poor friend Gaspard, whose child was killed by the Marquis's coach a year ago.

I first saw Gaspard, said Jacques Five, holding on under the Marquis's coach as it drove into our village.

One evening in December, 1757, I was walking by the River Seine and a coach stopped beside me.

The coach left Paris and stopped at a lonely house.

He carried Lucie to her coach and she was taken home.

You must leave by coach at two o'clock tomorrow.

Keep a place for me in the coach, and don't leave without me.

You must help me to the coach. You? asked the spy.

Hurry, man! Take him to Mr Lorry, put him in the coach yourself, and tell Mr Lorry to leave at once!

At that same hour in the early afternoon a coach going out of Paris drives up to the gates of the city.

There are wildly beating hearts in the coach, and trembling hands; there is the heavy breathing of the unconscious traveller.

But onwards the coach goes; the horses are fast, and there are no shouts behind them on the road.

The house was not yet empty. Miss Pross and Jerry Cruncher were there, preparing to follow Mr Lorry's coach.

Mr Lorry had decided that two coaches were better than one; with fewer passengers, each coach would travel faster.

But Miss Pross was still worried. A second coach leaving from the house might suggest an escape.

Mr Cruncher, she said, you must go and stop our coach coming here.

This allows 15 minutes to get on and off the coach,

But the Queen was an exceedingly clever woman, who could do more than ride in a coach.

So they put the soldier into the King's coach, and all the three dogs darted on in front and cried Hurrah!

the coachman was obliged to run after and catch hold of her,

for he considered himself a quarter of a coach, because he went about upon one wheel.

There she sat, as proud as if she was in a state coach, and looked all about her.

Then the landlord's coach came to the door, and the two Englishmen and the peasant got in, and away they drove, and soon arrived and stopped at the peasant's hut.