THE BYSTANDER [inept at definition] It's a--well, it's a copper's nark, as you might say.
THE BYSTANDER [suspiciously] Who told you my people come from Selsey?
A SARCASTIC BYSTANDER [thrusting himself between the note taker and the gentleman] Park Lane, for instance.
THE SARCASTIC BYSTANDER [not attending to her] Do you know where
THE SARCASTIC BYSTANDER [affecting great distinction of speech] Thenk you, teacher.
THE BYSTANDERS GENERALLY [demonstrating against police espionage] Course they could.
He was a grotesque, fantastic figure, and the few bystanders
This confession, though delivered rather in terms of contrition, as it appeared, did not at all mollify Mrs Deborah, who now pronounced a second judgment against her, in more opprobrious language than before; nor had it any better success with the bystanders
, who were now grown very numerous.
And before even the nearest of the bystanders
could realise what had happened Brott lay across the pavement a dead man, and Hedley was calmly handing over the revolver to a policeman who had sprang across the street.
His voice, and look, and bearing--all expressive of the wildest recklessness and desperation--daunted while they repelled the bystanders
He stepped back from the keyhole; drew himself up to his full height; and looked from one to another of the three bystanders
, in mute astonishment.
The two carters constantly passed in and out of the exhibition-room, under various disguises, protesting aloud that the sight was better worth the money than anything they had beheld in all their lives, and urging the bystanders
, with tears in their eyes, not to neglect such a brilliant gratification.