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  • The ranch party packed itself into a three-seated buckboard and we followed behind.

    A Woman Tenderfoot

  • Miss Elting was directed to a three-seated buck-board wagon.

    The Meadow-Brook Girls Under Canvas

  • A drag, three-seated surrey, or a station van would be the smart vehicle.

    The Complete Bachelor Manners for Men

  • 'Lias helped her into the three-seated wagon, then lifted in the twins; the boys piled in afterwards; the Colonel took the reins.

    Flamsted quarries

  • On Saturday afternoons they hitched a team of horses to a three-seated wagon and went off to town.

    Winesburg, Ohio: a Group of Tales of Ohio Small Town Life

  • The Martins were a trifle late to-day and, to Elizabeth's joy, they reached the corner where four great elms stretched out their sweeping arms to each other just as MacAllister's ample three-seated buggy came lumbering along.

    'Lizbeth of the Dale

  • The road over which the stage ran drew by the rim of the farm; and later David saw the rigid three-seated surrey, the leather mail bags strapped in the rear, trotted by under the swinging whip of his brother.

    The Happy End

  • A three-seated democrat, filled with drunken men, was just driving away from his stable.

    The Second Chance

  • At six o'clock Jethro's three-seated farm wagon was in front of the store.

    Coniston — Volume 02

  • Immediately astern of the pony cart followed a three-seated carry-all with assorted guests.

    The Killer

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