In this instance, the populace are more puritanic than the magistrate.
At last, however, a magistrate was found and a private investigation of his case granted.
The magistrate thought a moment, and replied, "Alice Darvil."
At this very moment the soldiers, preceded by a magistrate, entered the room.
The magistrate cast a glance at a small note at the top of his papers.
Then I'd pity and laugh at him, and I go to him preferably to any other magistrate.
Mr. Dunbar, the constable, and Mr. Balderby drove straight to the magistrate's house.
Here Sir Arden Westhorpe, the magistrate, sat at a table writing.
Margaret was in nowise abashed by the presence of the magistrate.
If the magistrate won't give the word, what's the officer to do?'