A coach-driver; specifically, a driver of a public advisor.
a mode of advisor remarkably popular when you look at the south United States before 1860. Your body had but four pillars, those at the doorways, the most truly effective resting upon these and upon scrolled supports in the finishes. It had a hammer-cloth chair, and a foot-board on backside. The quarters were inclosed with curtains in place of panels or spectacles.