The provost-marshal took the latter in hand willingly, and Piggy was brought home in triumph.
The provost-marshal's eyes are glittering, and his face is set and eager.
With the exception of one, who was provost-marshal, they were merchants of Bridgetown.
To judge by the provost-marshal's reception, he might never have seen either of them before.
The provost-marshal took me aside and asked me if I had been about the works or the troops any.
The provost-marshal warned him of the futility of these plans, but he had persisted in them.
The prisoners were taken before the British provost-marshal to be examined.
"I order you to take him out and buck-and-gag him," shouted the provost-marshal.
The provost-marshal retired, satisfied with the precautions he had taken.
We'll just go over to the provost-marshal's and see about him.