They constitute a banditti more fierce and cruel than any whose atrocities are recorded on the pages of history or romance.
To depose every chief who shall harbour banditti.
Then she went back some paces of return, Met his full frown timidly firm, and said: "My lord, I saw three bandits by the rock Waiting to fall on you, and heard them boast That they would slay you, and possess your horse And armor, and your damsel should be theirs."
Rex Lee, trailing air bandits.
The king, in order to ease his own suspicions, made him wash; and when he knew his enemy by the scars, he said: "Tell me now, thou shameless bandit, how wouldst thou have dealt with me, if thou hadst found out plainly that I wished to murder thee?"
Several of them were enlisted among the forces levied by Henry's enemies a; but the great treasures amassed by that prince enabled him to engage more numerous troops of them in his service; and the situation of his affairs rendered even such banditti the only forces on whose fidelity he could repose any confidence.
He would let loose a banditti against the most weak and defenceless of the sex.
Black Bart would have been shot on sight had he presented his doggerel to any self-respecting Western editor; nevertheless the sentiment that inspired a bandit to set forth his misdeeds in execrable rhyme transformed him from a criminal into a popular hero!
Such bandits as he could not buy he exterminated.
Enter the BANDITTI FIRST BANDIT.
To persons and places he sends his disguises, And dresses up all his banditti, Who, as pickpockets flock to country assizes, Crowd up to the court and the city.
No: having despatched a bandit to an end well-earned, it now devolved upon Andre Duchemin to satisfy Society and the State that he had done so only with the most amiable motives, on due provocation, to save his own life and possibly the lives of others.
cried the bandits. "
A short distance from the hotel Wampus gave a queer whistle which brought the bandit cringing to his side.
No one dared to hoard to any extent for fear of attracting bandits and creating lasting insecurity.
1266, from the number of those who had been deprived of their estates arose the celebrated bandit Robert Hood, (with Little John and their accomplices,) whose achievements the foolish vulgar delight to celebrate in comedies and tragedies, while the ballads upon his adventures sung by the jesters and minstrels are preferred to all others.