He wanted you to fill a bail-bond, or do something or other, rather than shoot me.
I know he'll be where he's wanted when the time comes, and if he isn't, the bail-bond will.
He signed the bail-bond, but even that he did without saying a word.
So let your clerk draw out the bail-bond, and I will sign it.
And Mr. Walker explained further that he and the bailmen were ready, and that the bail-bond was prepared.
But when, in 1867, its distinguished author signed the bail-bond of Jefferson Davis, its sale was suddenly checked.
There was no bail-bond drawn out, no sum mentioned, if I mistake not, Mr. Basset.
Maroney had a number of friends in New York, and she had been to see if they would not go on his bail-bond.