The Police Serjeants (sic) are again cautioned, that the manner in which they make their patrol, and march their reliefs along the streets, is constantly observed by the Commissioners, and if the Duty is not done strictly according to order, in silence and regularity, the Serjeant will not long retain his situation.Source: Metropolitan Police. Instructions Orders &c. &c. 1836. London: W. Clowes & Sons.
[I'm on break. Regular blogging will resume in February.]