She is less than no good, and I depend on you and the ayahs, remember.'
I am going to the bazar,” she said to her ayahs, “to sell this thread.
Of course she had the help of ayahs and bearers on the journeys, but even with such help it was no easy task.
Babies are carried out of doors by their ayahs, but children of three or four are taken out by the bearers.
One of the ayahs staggered sleepily into the room, yawning: "Doctor Sahib come."
When we awoke we found all the servants had deserted excepting my Kitmagar and Mrs. B——'s, and one or two Ayahs.
The mothers were unable to attend to their children, most of whom were infants, and the ayahs suffered horribly.
One of the ayahs staggered sleepily into the room, yawning: 'Doctor Sahib come.'
The ayahs were running about under unusual excitement, and the ladies were making the final arrangements in their palankeens.
Ayahs and tailors come to offer their services, and bric--brac vendors are always pushing their way into the sitting-room.