Origin of hackney coach
Examples from the Web for hackney coach
I must go in a carriage: Madame Du Pont never pays any attention to a lady who comes on foot; a hackney-coach is terribly vulgar.Rose Clark|Fanny Fern
Apartments had been secured for us at a boarding-house in Broadway, and a hackney-coach was in waiting at the wharf.Retrospect of Western Travel, Volume I (of 2)|Harriet Martineau
Wardwell set up here the first hackney-coach stand in Boston.Old Boston Taverns and Tavern Clubs|Samuel Adams Drake
They went that night, in a hackney-coach, to the play at Drury Lane.Philip Winwood|Robert Neilson Stephens
They went there in a hackney-coach, for such a vehicle could contain them, with all the moveables which Paine possessed.