That night's lynch-law in our quarters was not inquired into.
Well have lynch-law here in just about ten minutes, if you aint spry.
Lynch-law reached its height in the late eighties and early nineties.
Well might he tremble with fear; for the Lynch-law was then in full force for criminals like him.
Much may be said in favor of Goldwin Smith's quotation, "that there are communities in which lynch-law is better than any other."
Lynch-law was as popular in the West as it is to-day in the South, and a mob broke into the jail and killed the Smith brothers.
Mob′-law, lynch-law; Moboc′racy, rule or ascendency exercised by the mob; Mob′ocrat, a demagogue.
Lynch-law hadn't begun, and there wuz rows and fights of the wust kind.
He was never heard of more; but should he ever turn up anywhere, I commend him as the fittest subject for Lynch-law on record.
A great deal has been said and written lately about feuds and lynch-law in the districts around the lower Mississippi.