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" ... yet with abundant fresh air, and with nearly as much privacy as a close carriage if the curtains be drawn in front. It can go in and out of places where a two-horse carriage with four wheels cannot turn... "
English Pleasure Carriages: Their Origin, History, Varieties, Materials ... - Page 240
by William Bridges Adams - 1837 - 315 pages
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Driving, by the Duke of Beaufort, with Contributions by Other Authorities

Henry Charles FitzRoy Somerset Duke of Beaufort - 1889 - 462 pages
...French ; and, as is common in most such cases, it has been improved on. The principal reason why the carriage is so much liked is its great convenience....persons comfortably seated, sheltered from sun and rain — there is a movable hood, it should here be added — yet with abundant fresh air, and with nearly...
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Driving

Henry Charles FitzRoy Somerset Duke of Beaufort - Automobile driving - 1889 - 426 pages
...French ; and, as is common in most such cases, it has been improved on. The principal reason why the carriage is so much liked is its great convenience....persons comfortably seated, sheltered from sun and rain — there is a movable hood, it should here be added — yet with abundant fresh air, and with nearly...
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