Them's catchpoles, I s'pose, Sir, arter the gemman with a writ?
Now ye talk of vermin,” said I, “are there any catchpoles here?
You will meet their friends the Catchpoles, and one or two others.
Messer Grande corresponded to the Bargello at Rome, and was the chief of catchpoles and constables.
I did like the rest, and at the first charge we made way for the filthy souls of two catchpoles to fly out of their bodies.
Embarrassment and the Catchpoles first drew up the curtain and showed him the iron bars which stopped his thoughtless career.
Next appeared four catchpoles, an informer, and fifteen damned, hauling two devils forward.
It is, however, a weakness common to Catchpoles that they always put their trust in the Law.
Another name for durant, a material used in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries for the dress of sergeants and catchpoles.
Surrounded by my catchpoles, I declare Against the needy debtor open war.