"Put out the lights, Mateo," turning to the verger; and then without further ceremony led the way into the larger building.
He even swore he had been taken for a verger or a Church warden.
Old Gentleman (shocked beyond description) to verger: "Don't you think those youths had better be told to take their hats off?"
He handed the man a piece of silver and the verger disappeared.
The verger turned to look at him, and found him wiping the perspiration from his forehead with his perfumed silk handkerchief.
The verger scratched his head, and looked doubtfully at Henry Dunbar.
The verger prevented my chipping off a bit of the high altar as a memento the last time I was over.
We light our candles and follow the verger down the stone steps.
And was it not I who first took notice to you, Mr. Hill, verger as you are, of the hole under the foundation of the cathedral?
"Yes, sir; his Lordship is here every Sunday when he is at the palace," said the verger.