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The Senate post is officially called the sergeant-at-arms and doorkeeper, harking back to its 18th-century duties of keeping members inside the Capitol to conduct the business of government.
His lordship, as we know, was away, and on his return questioned the doorkeeper as to the name of his visitor.
The doorkeeper answered in a very discourteous way that it was none of his business where the senators were.
He soon brought him to the stranger, who then gave his card to the doorkeeper and asked him to call at his hotel that evening.
I scared up a doorkeeper and was ready at the proper time, and by pure good luck a tolerably good house assembled and I was saved.
And a moment later the two associates were talking earnestly near the doorkeeper's lodge.
THROUGH THE WALLCLEVELAND MOFFETT
“At this distance I couldn't make out—Cap Meagher, he mumbles so,” confessed the doorkeeper.
The doorkeeper was fast asleep, and the long wicks of the tallow candles were flaring wildly and dimly on a scene of emptiness.
The uniformed doorkeeper who sat upon a high desk overlooking everything, would quickly demand my business, and expel me.
THE SIGN OF SILENCEWILLIAM LE QUEUX
She gladly agreed, and thanked him eagerly when he also told the doorkeeper to bring Papias after them if he should be found.

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