Yet why should anyone have trespassed there but one of the housemaids?
And then the cruelty of housekeepers, and the ruthlessness of housemaids!
And tell one of the housemaids to come and sweep up the pieces.
Enter Mrs. Middleton who is the housekeeper, followed by two Housemaids.
He says there will soon be no ploughmen, and my mother says there will be no more cooks or housemaids.
There's a housekeeper and two cooks, and two housemaids and two waiting maids.
They can't get into Buckingham Palace, neither—'cept as housemaids.
But these on the likeliest, and make 'em say they're mechanics, or merchants' clerks, and housemaids.
All cock-a-hoop for it,” struck in Cattledon: “as the housemaids are.
The housemaids manners are always better than those of the daughter of the house.