He wouldn't, but said he'd placed a lot of pawned things with Pash, and I could have them.
He ran errands for Pash before he became regularly employed.
"Mr. Pash knows very well that Tray accuses him of the crime," he said.
He told me he had given the brooch to Pash, and that it was in the inner office.
Pash remained quiet for, at all events, the next four-and-twenty hours.