The constables hue and cry after whores & bawds, &c With a pleaseant disruption of their habits, ... as also a list of some of the chief of their names, and usual places of rendizvouz [sic] in about [sic] the city of London. ... Printed according to order.

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The constables hue and cry after whores & bawds, &c.: With a pleaseant disruption of their habits as also a list of some of the chief of The constables hue and cry after whores & bawds names, and usual places of rendizvouz [sic] in about [sic] the city of London.

Printed according to order. History. By the Statute of Winchester of13 Edw. I cc. 1 and 4, it was provided that anyone, either a constable or a private citizen, who witnessed a crime shall make hue and cry, and that the hue and cry must be kept up against the fleeing criminal from town to town and from county to county, until the felon is apprehended and delivered to the sheriff.

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The hue and cry were raised at once and the men of the town came to pursue and arrest the aforesaid felons. Among the men of the town came a certain John of Bannebury, who has now died, who pursued the felons, calling upon them to surrender to the king's peace.

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The word comes from a combination of the Saxon word, cynning, meaning ‘a king’, and staple, or rather, horse-stable; it essentially meant ‘king of the stable’ (i.e. keeper of the horses).

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After him freshfound the hue and cry zigzag gallops in hot pursuit of follow my leader: 65 C, 66 C, night watch, John Henry Menton, Wisdom Hely, V.

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VIOLA: Why, fool; why, husband; why, madman. I hope you will not let ’em sneak away so, with a silver-and-gilt beaker, the best in the house, too. – Go, fellows, make hue and cry after them. CANDIDO: Pray let your tongue lie still; all will be well. – Come hither, George. Hie to the constable, and in calm order wish him to attach them.

Anyone hearing the hue and cry had to dash out onto the streets to chase and catch the culprit. Townsfolk made a citizen’s arrest and waited for a sheriff to arrive and haul away the suspect.

Hue and cry in England. The hue and cry probably had its origins in Germany, where towns continued to use it well into the 17 th century. Benjamin Taylor's memoir, The Hue and Cry at Our House won the Los Angeles Times/Christopher Isherwood Prize for Autobiography and was named a New York Times Editors' Choice; his Proust: The Search was named a Best Book of by Thomas Mallon in The New York Times Book Review and by Robert McCrum in The Observer (London); and his Naples Declared: A Reviews: (Svo).

(An imitation of "one that loves a cup of hot wine with not a drop of allaying Tiljer in't," Coriolanus, II., i.). ANONYMOUS, L Sweating like butter'd Moons stew'd in their grease, Blenching each bush like a Justice of Peace, Serjeant or Constable 1 The Hue and Cry after those Ranil)lingProtonotaries of the Times.

“Hue and Cry,” says Matthew Bacon, writing in the eighteenth century, “is the Pursuit of an Offender from Town to Town, till he be taken, which all who are present when a Felony is committed, or a dangerous Wound given, are by the Common Law, as well as by Statute, bound to raise against Offenders who escape, on Pain of Fine and Imprisonment.” “Note,” says the book called.

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Someone complaining to a group of people noisily and what have you. The specific case of a -media- hue and cry doesn't seem to be an unusually important use of the phrase, and the part about opposing sides inevitably forming around an issue seems downright unrelated to the phrase.

7 December (UTC) I agree. Reference was made to Crouther's case where a constable was indicted for refusing to make a hue and cry after notice of a burglary committed in the night.

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