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Stay," said the king; "do not make his arrest a public affair.
Fouquet in the midst of a thousand enthusiastic guests who surround him, and say, 'In the king's name, I arrest you.
Bauerstein's arrest, of course," I answered impatiently.
It worried me just a little, for it suggested the possibility that there might be further arrests to come.
Fix thought over these probabilities during the long hours which he spent in his cabin, and kept repeating to himself, "Now, either the warrant will be at Hong Kong, in which case I shall arrest my man, or it will not be there; and this time it is absolutely necessary that I should delay his departure.
Passepartout thereupon recounted Aouda's history, the affair at the Bombay pagoda, the purchase of the elephant for two thousand pounds, the rescue, the arrest, and sentence of the Calcutta court, and the restoration of Mr.
An hour ago I was called to the presence of her Highness, Ozma of Oz, and told to arrest a boy named Ojo the Unlucky, who was journeying from the Munchkin Country to the Emerald City and would arrive in a short time.
But then I should assert the spirit which dominated me, I should resist arrest, and insist upon bringing my ship back across the dead line, remaining at my post until we had reached New York.
Saluting, he told me very simply what he had done, and asked that I place him under arrest.
Six of his Eminence's Guards arrest six of his Majesty's Musketeers
Representations have been made to us by the American Government that the murder of two of her citizens within the course of twenty-four hours, and the absence of any arrest, is somewhat of a reflection upon our police service.
As you say, these eighteen arrests in one week do mean something.