—to that eternal doctor swab, and tell him to pipe all hands—magistrates and sich—and he’ll lay ’cause aboard at the Admiral Benbow—all old Flint’s crew, man and boy, all on ’cause that’s left.
I’m not a doctor only; I’m a magistrate; and if I catch a breath of complaint against you, if it’s only for a piece of incivility like tonight’s, I’ll take effectual means to have you hunted down and routed out of this.
"Perfectly right," he interrupted very cheerily, "perfectly right—a gentleman and a magistrate.
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The local magistrate insisted on a cash payment for the speeding ticket.