Then the unclassical evidence of the Bartlemy Fair folk at the "crowner's quest."
If so, was there any official inquiry—any "crowner's quest?"
Send for the doctor, an' the crowner, too, as quick as possible.'
The jury have not yet brought in their verdict upon the crowner's inquest.
It'll be a mercy o' Providence if he don't cut out work for the crowner some day.'
I asked him if the crowner'd come, an' I'd have to swear to't, an' he said no.
A name given to the crooner, crowner, or gray gurnard (Trigla gurnardus).
Besides, the crowner didn't question me on my feelin's—only about the facts o' the case.
crowner's-quest is a vulgar corruption of coroner's inquest.
She give the best—prize-winner 'e was—to the crowner as tried the corpse.