Brocard repeated his statement, on oath, at bow-street, and Mr. Alley's cross-examination failed to shake his testimony.
The ferret was in the burrow,—a bow-street officer in the court!
Mr. Graham, who was then a magistrate at bow-street, was at the head of affairs at Drury Lane.
Go in a little while after to bow-street, or Portugal-street.
A billet-doux from bow-street would be now more alarming than flattering.
It was no longer bow-street, it was a million of men in arms against me.
The officer from bow-street found him in his own bed-chamber, rummaging a portmanteau for some papers, which he wanted to burn.
A washerwoman lived next door, and a bow-street officer lived over the way.
Gardiner, the bow-street officer, had the prisoner in charge, and conducted him to the presence of the magistrate.
At the examination of the first batch at bow-street, as well as at their trial, much curious information was elicited.