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Jones was now conducted before the justice, where the surgeon who dressed Mr Fitzpatrick appeared, and deposed that he believed the wound to be mortal; upon which the prisoner was committed to the Gatehouse. It was very late at night, so that Jones would not send for Partridge till the next morning; and, as he never shut his eyes till seven, so it was near twelve before the poor fellow, who was greatly frightened at not hearing from his master so long, received a message which almost deprived him of his being when he heard it.
They all three look towards an old stone gatehouse crossing the Close, with an arched thoroughfare passing beneath it.
The old man made haste to mount his chariot, and drove out through the inner gateway and under the echoing gatehouse of the outer court.