In it sits Sir Thomas White, supported by his chaplain, and attended by his sword-bearer and the common crier.
Withdrawing the knife, the sword-bearer then killed himself.
Of officers in immediate attendance on the Mayor may be mentioned the sword-bearer and the sergeant-at-mace.
The sword-bearer leaned back on his bale of fur with a long-drawn yawn.
The Emperor sat in his chair of state just inside the brass railing, unattended except by his sword-bearer.
Rising from his knee, the young sword-bearer faced him without fear.
sword-bearer derived his name from always wearing a medicine sword—that is, a sabre painted red.
And gazing at them, he seemed to forget the sword-bearer in a new problem.
He keeps open house during his mayoralty, and the sword-bearer is allowed £1,000 for his table.
"You will find it sport when you do," the sword-bearer assured them.