The carriage itself is like a diminutive gig with a bamboo head, producing exactly the effect of a "curricle" standing on end.
The prince drove his curricle, and had charge of his belle cousine.
As a general rule it may be taken that when a gig had two horses it was called a curricle, and when there was only one, a chaise.
At the gates I had the curricle waiting in which I had driven up.
In a short time the curricle made its appearance, and Jove and Juno mounted.
Toward the curricle they directed what should have been a bow, but was a nod.
The pole of the curricle had splintered like a lance against the wagon: the light vehicle fell forwards, and I with it.
The prettiest of these vehicles is the curricle, which is also the safest.
That cook and old Molly at home might have run in a curricle, they were such a match in temper.
In the Prince Regents time the curricle was the most stylish of all conveyances.