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The curates in many cases became mere spies and Government informers.
HUNTED AND HARRIEDR.M. BALLANTYNE
At Police Headquarters more than one man was kept busy listening to the idle tales of a crowd of would-be informers.
THE CIRCULAR STUDYANNA KATHARINE GREEN
Here the reader will naturally ask, "Of what did these informers accuse him?"
THEODORIC THE GOTHTHOMAS HODGKIN
How low he must have fallen, since the common informers disdained to associate with him!
WOOD MAGICRICHARD JEFFERIES
More tragic even was the punishment meted out to the Jewish informers who betrayed their people to the enemy.
These contradictions in her manner puzzled and annoyed him, for experience had taught the detective to be wary of women informers.
They use them as we use spies, informers and deserters in war; they use them, but they despise them.
At daybreak189 Cicero, assembling the Senate at the temple of Concord, read the letters and examined the informers.
Thus every mans liberty and property were at the mercy of secret and irresponsible informers.
Informers against breaches of the law are rewarded by the amount of the compensation due to those who keep the law.

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