"Ah, sure, the peelers wouldn't let them," said Uncle Matthew.
They pretend to be mighty afraid of the peelers; but, Lor' bless you!
He's watching the house; and there's two peelers at the corner.'
And then, if I get a 'orse to mind, the peelers take it from me and tell me to cut off.
Who told you that I didn't go out of doors for fear of the peelers?
And the peelers never followed after you the eleven days that you're out?
They're taking me to the peelers to have me hanged for slaying you.
The Peelers will say to you, 'We know you to be a man of great worth, and the law will uphold you.'
The heads of the Peelers were hardly ever out of their helmets.
"Peelers" go into the woods in May, when the new growth is well started and the bark will peel readily.