A manservant can become an accounts man, a hillbilly a blue-blooded Manhattan prince.
The manservant, with his plain black clothes and black tie, had entered the room with a deferential little gesture.
The manservant and a driver were dragging portmanteaux into the room.
But on the first day of the New Year, as I was writing in my study, a manservant brought me a letter and a basket.
At that moment a manservant appeared in the doorway of the conservatory.
Send to the Angel for Mr. Pickwick's manservant, I implore you, ma'am.'
But for that, the manservant, Martin by name, last saw him in this room.
The next morning a carriage came for Mr. Henry Moncrief, to which he was able to limp by the assistance of a manservant.
Danlon, as we may call him, had brought his manservant with him, like the Englishman he was.
The porter touched the electric bell at the Sands' door, and almost instantly a manservant appeared.