There is a search-warrant, too, arrived, and they mean to look him up at Kilgobbin Castle.'
I'll put you in charge of the case, McNorton, you have the search-warrant already?
You went off to the yacht with a search-warrant—did you, Mr. Cooke?
A search-warrant and a writ of attachment probably did the business in this case.
What an opportunity I missed by not taking out a search-warrant for his house.
You'll have to go an' swear out a search-warrant for him, Elfarettie.
I showed him my search-warrant, and asked him if it was a good bill.
And they will make a raid upon him soon with a search-warrant I dare say.
“I think we may grant a search-warrant, Squire,” said Mr. Brandon.
We must go and swear information, and get a search-warrant, and the assistance of the police.