They had Candle Lamps that hung on the sides of the coaches. They did not give off very much light so generally people had to go slow and be careful.
So many things became possible. The ability to see at night was a major event. For thousands of years night was considered a dangerous time because people couldn't see where they were going and dangers hid in the shadows. Street lights, signs on stores lit, night baseball games, homes lit, movies began, and people could move around at night. Stores could be opened later and restraurants could stay open. Factories with longer hours and the threat of things blowing up because of the gas that had been used for light was gone.
An enclosed horse drawn vehicle used to transport passengers, mail, and limited amounts of goods.
The Overland Mail Act was when the congress stopped the deliver of mail by the stagecoach service Butterfield Overland Mail Trail.
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What were some disadvantages of a stagecoach
he traveled in a stagecoach
Each night of the 8 nights of Hanukkah, the candles are lit. 2 candles are lit on the first night, and then each night an additinal candle is lit until all 9 candles are lit on the 8th night.
moto ya butu lit. "fire of night"
You say "a lit tennis court." ex. Tennis courts are lit at night.