Catesby pointed at one, and ripped it roughly in half as soon as it touched his plate.
We excused ourselves to Catesby and Rogers, then fought our way through the wall of VIPs.
“Long before this, the Earl must have given up the chase,” observed Catesby.
Catesby (who first proposed the manner of the plot) and Percy were both killed.
On hearing this announcement, Catesby saw at once that if he did not effect his escape immediately, it would be impracticable.
Catesby, who was the duke's chamberlain, was in attendance as the prince unrobed.
Once on intimate terms, Sir Everard and Catesby were constantly together.
Winter hastened away to Catesby, to whom he communicated the news.
He then demanded of Catesby whether he should make for the Parliament House, or return.
When told the intention, he combated it strongly, and did his best to dissuade Catesby from it.