Mr. Burbidge, the town-clerk, addressed him, and said that he was not bound to say anything to criminate himself.
Mr. Burbidge asked how he could think of such a horrible mode of disposing of the body?
On Friday morning the prisoner was visited in his cell by Mr. Burbidge, accompanied by the governor of the jail and his son.
Mrs. Burbidge owned to an understanding of plain cooking and plain housekeeping.
Only one person did, and it wasnt Burbidge; at least, the person did not answer to his description.
Then one of my men came in to say that Burbidge had been seen taking a ticket—to London?
Mr. Burbidge then asked how he did it; and he said that he cut it up into fragments, and so placed them on the fire.
Mr. Burbidge has, or can obtain, old horse-vans which can be fitted up as travelling-kitchens.
Clough has more thought, Burbidge more music; but I am disappointed in the book on the whole.
Mr. Burbidge asked him whether he was willing to tell what he had done with the trunk of the body.