One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
(A) A light four-wheeled carriage with a long fixed top and open sides, typically seating two or three people; (b) a heavy four-wheeled carriage with an open front, a fixed back, and a door on each side. More fully "Rockaway carriage", "Rockaway wagon".
Mid 19th century; earliest use found in Pennsylvania Inquirer & National Gazette. From the name of Rockaway, a town in New Jersey, where such carriages were introduced.
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