policeman


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Then the harlequin rushed right into the arms of the policeman and fell on top of him, amid a roar of applause.
When he shuffled him across his back, "With my bundle on my shoulder," and when the harlequin finally let fall the policeman with a most convincing thud, the lunatic at the instrument struck into a jingling measure with some words which are still believed to have been, "I sent a letter to my love and on the way I dropped it.
The policeman having requested his prisoners for so, truly, they might be called-to descend, conducted them into a room with barred windows, and said: "You will appear before Judge Obadiah at half-past eight.
At half-past eight the door opened, the policeman appeared, and, requesting them to follow him, led the way to an adjoining hall.
I can just imagine what a funny figure that policeman cut
Tis probably the cat," said Policeman Cleary, and walked hastily in the other direction.
He saw a policeman gain the top of the load, a second, and a third.
Don't be anxious, I won't let him have her," the policeman said resolutely, and he set off after them.
On his feet he had the same regard for a policeman that, when on his truck, he had for a fire engine.
The policeman looked at the card that was handed down to him.
A second later a policeman dashed in, and the bartender yelled once more--"Look out for his knife
Madam," said a Policeman, "I cannot permit you to do that; you would soil your shoes and stockings.