In the eighteenth century, the castle of Lourdes became a state-prison.
"I asked you what you wanted of me, you state-prison bird," repeated the steward.
Don't you realize that we're on the high seas now and that you're talkin' mutiny, and that mutiny's a state-prison crime?
Had you been convicted of the whole crime, we should have sent you to the state-prison for life.
I never come away from a visit to a state-prison without a new spasm of fear and virtue.
In Knowersville, the village teacher went to every house, and threatened the women with state-prison if they dared to vote.
Vincennes, though no longer a royal residence, continued to be a state-prison.
The surly physician of the state-prison insisted that Harrington counterfeited madness.
On inspecting the state-prison, a wooden cage was shown to him.
She would occasionally accompany the Rev. Mr. Stanford on his visits to the state-prison, hospital, and to the Magdalen house.