And then the darbies were on him, and soon after they were off me.
That's not in my department, I shall have the darbies on him some day.
Now he in chains and in the prison garb is Mourning the crime that couples Jones with darbies.
Look at the wee han's on 'em to slip out of darbies like the same.
Here, constables, put the darbies on 'em, and take 'em back to Hobarton.'
I have put the darbies on the most terrible ruffian of modern times.'
It don't make any difference what his game is, right here is where he gets into a pair of darbies.
As he spoke he displayed a pair of "darbies," a kind of manacles consisting of a double ring of iron, furnished with a padlock.
The next instant the darbies were on her tender wrists, and we will add that no resistance was offered.
Trimm, the swell financeer, sportin' 'round with the darbies on him all nice an' snug an' reg'lar!