The night-watch went his rounds in many of our colonial towns, and called the hour and the weather.
Since that night-watch at Pine Tree Ranch, he had been a different man.
Everywhere we encountered the New York policemen who had taken the place of the night-watch of 1833.
The first record of these was made by McLean, when on night-watch on March 22.
We will pay the Chartreuse a visit in broad daylight after breakfast, which will not interfere in the least with your night-watch.
He listened for the step of the policeman on night-watch, because he did not wish to be seen.
With this taciturn Frenchwoman I entered upon my night-watch by Minima, whose raving no one could understand but myself.
She'd last about half a night-watch out there—say out where old 67 is to-night.
Often in a night-watch did my thoughts recur to Julia Sumner.
The herald, as usual, constituted himself a night-watch, and perched upon the newly made mound.