But Falconer was as well known to the police as if he had a ticket-of-leave, and a good deal better.
The fellow is a ticket-of-leave man, and as likely as not in league with these scoundrels.
Beef, bullying and brawn were the things that counted most in that paradise of ticket-of-leave men.
One was a convict on ticket-of-leave, the other a deserter from a regiment in England.
"Him—he's a ticket-of-leave man, and has more money than half of the merchants in Melbourne," replied the cartman.
He will get a ticket-of-leave almost immediately on landing.
A ticket-of-leave was given to each convict who consented to join the Chilean army.
Then get my poor gardener, not fifty lashes, but his ticket-of-leave!
The property would be my wife's, and she would come out to me, and in a year or two I should get a ticket-of-leave.
“The ticket-of-leave man was out on starvation,” as p. 37one of them informed me.