Which preposition to use with cavalcades

of Occurrences 48%

There were great cheering and hurrah; then a cavalcade of civilians came through the rushing ranks at a gallop.

to Occurrences 5%

Orlando was buried in a great sepulchre in Aquisgrana, and the dead Paladins were all embalmed and sent with majestic cavalcades to their respective counties and principalities, and every Christian was honourably and reverently put in the earth, and recorded among the martyrs of the Church.

from Occurrences 5%

Presently, the cavalcade from Fort Edward appeared, and Heyward, addressing Hawk-eye, asked for information as to their whereabouts, explaining that they had trusted to an Indian, who had lost his way.

in Occurrences 4%

In less than half-an-hour after their discovery they were running like deer ahead of the cavalcade in the direction of the Peigan camp.

at Occurrences 4%

" "Gabe has shown sense and courage, and I shall be much more likely to reach Dick and extricate him and Jones, alone, than if I had this cavalcade at my heels.

for Occurrences 2%

Straight into this Landor led the way, and as he did so the cavalcade for the first time broke into a gallop; not the fierce, short-lived pace of civilisation, but the long-strided, full-lunged lope of the frontier, which accurately and as tirelessly as a clock measures time, counts off the passing miles.

with Occurrences 2%

The day after to-morrow we go in cavalcade with the Duchess of Richmond to her audience; I have got my cravat and shammy shoes.

within Occurrences 1%

We, or at least Yolanda, had apparently forgotten the duke when, near the hour of eight in the morning, we approached the marsh; but when we entered the open country we saw, to our consternation, the duke's cavalcade within one mile of Peronne.

as Occurrences 1%

Those who happened to see it pass described this cavalcade as almost beyond conception.

through Occurrences 1%

Duke Casimir continued to move, as of yore, in cavalcade through his subject city.

across Occurrences 1%

And then, at the height of the storm, they too were abruptly scattered by the rush of a cavalcade across the square.

Which preposition to use with  cavalcades