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" These pomelles* were doubtless the handles to the rods affixed towards the roof of the "chariette;" and were for the purpose of holding by, when deep ruts or obstacles in the road caused an unusual jerk in the vehicle : — in the illumination they are... "
English Pleasure Carriages: Their Origin, History, Varieties, Materials ... - Page 31
by William Bridges Adams - 1837 - 315 pages
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The Mechanics' Magazine, Museum, Register, Journal, and Gazette, Volume 27

Industrial arts - 1837
...IUtJe apple — referring to the small runnel knob by handles to the rods affixed towards the root of the ' chariette ;' and were for the purpose of..." That the use of wheel carriages became common in England as they did in France, may be gained, amongst others, from Froissart, who, in speaking of the...
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Iron: An Illustrated Weekly Journal for Iron and Steel ..., Volume 27

Perry Fairfax Nursey - Industrial arts - 1837
...knob by handles to the rods affixed towards the roof of the ' chariette ;' and were for the purpiůse of holding by, when deep ruts or obstacles in the...road caused an unusual jerk in the vehicle :—in the °Humiliation they ‚^e gildÁd. This coincidence with .the ofbŤV Át^&s ' lilies' in the ' caretla,'...
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The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction, Volume 41

1843
...in this article, " were doubtless the handles to the rods affixed towards the roof of the ehariette, and were for the purpose of holding by, when deep...in the road caused an unusual jerk in the vehicle." So late as the year 1620, in Paris, it was common for a lady to go to court masked and banded, sitting...
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United Service, Volume 12

Military art and science - 1885
..." The pomelles were doubtless the handles to the rods affixed towards the roof of the 'chnriette,' and were for the purpose of holding by, when deep ruts or obstacles in the roads caused an unusual jerk to the vehicle. On the Continent, there teems to have been a great deal...
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