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a light, low, four-wheeled, horse-drawn carriage popular in the United States after its introduction at Rockaway, N.J., in 1830. It had a driver's seat built into the body, with the top projecting forward to protect the driver from inclement weather. The main body was of the coupe type and was suspended on elliptic springs made of several layers of curved flat steel.