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In Peacock's Headlong Hall, appears to be a carriage of some sort: "every chariot, coach, barouche, and barouchette, landau, and landaulet, chaise, curricle, buggy, whiskey, and tilbury, of the three counties, was in motion..." Equinox 16:32, 30 October 2009 (UTC)

I just encountered it in a similar quote from Jane Austen (with a slightly different spelling): "[he] was a very rich young Man & kept a great many Carriages of which I do not recollect half. I can only remember that he had a Coach, a Chariot, a Chaise, a Landeau, a Landeaulet, a Phaeton, a Gig, a Whisky, an italian Chair, a Buggy, a Curricle & a wheelbarrow." Andrew Sheedy (talk) 19:25, 17 January 2017 (UTC)