Sergeant (to the provost-sergeant), take charge of these two men.
He took the provost-sergeant unt part of his staff with him, but I had to be left behind to finish up this work.
As for you, I shall deliver you to the provost-sergeant, who will need no words from me to tell him how to deal with you.
The Color-Sergeant was provost-sergeant also, and had entire charge of the prisoners and of the daily policing of the camp.
The provost-sergeant had been watching them, at the instigation of a sharp-eyed, clerkly-looking man in semi-uniform.