THERE is very little to be said on this subject, as the accompanying photographs show the desired points far more clearly than mere verbal description.
The coachman's livery, shown in Plates XXXV and XXXVI, will be seen to differ from that of the groom, shown in Plates XXXVII and XXXVIII, in a few details. For example, the coachman's body coat should have six buttons in front and flaps on the pockets, two buttons at the waist behind and two very near the bottom of the skirt. The groom's body coat should have five or six buttons in front, no flaps to the pockets, and six buttons behind, generally placed as in Plate XXXVIII. Two very excellent examples of the above liveries are shown, as they vary a little in some trifling ways. It will be noticed, however, that in both examples the coachman's coat is quite a bit longer in the skirt than that of the groom. All of the boots shown here are good examples, and have not the tendency to fall down and disappear like the bellows of an ac