Jeffreys, or Fouquier Tinville, could scarcely have dared to make such.
The case was hard for Jeffreys, cruel for the fair messenger.
Master Jeffreys sends me a letter this morning, and Sir Walter hath written a postscript to it.
In the defence of the seniors, Jeffreys, it need hardly be said, took no part.
Half-way up, Jeffreys whistled; and a joyous bark from Julius assured the party that their game was safe.
Jeffreys, however, did not appear to heed it, still less to avoid it.
Jeffreys was never near the place, and the lad, watching day after day, began slowly to lose hope.
Jeffreys looked round and had a view of the valiant speaker and his companion.
Judge Jeffreys presided over the Court, and threatened and bullied with his usual insolence.
Jeffreys watched him feverishly, and marvelled at his indifference.