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The old manservant was the selfsame man who had so devotedly served the previous tenant.
THE DOCTOR OF PIMLICOWILLIAM LE QUEUX
If a man has bought a manservant or a maidservant and has a complaint, his seller shall answer the complaint.
THE OLDEST CODE OF LAWS IN THE WORLDHAMMURABI, KING OF BABYLON
But for that, the manservant, Martin by name, last saw him in this room.
TRENT'S LAST CASEE.C. (EDMUND CLERIHEW) BENTLEY
Presently a manservant entered and, bowing, indicated mutely that his master would see her now.
THOSE TIMES AND THESEIRVIN S. COBB
A respectful manservant took Hugh's coat and hat; he led the way, and flung a door wide.
THE IMAGINARY MARRIAGEHENRY ST. JOHN COOPER
Miss Van Tuyn stepped in, and the door was gently shut behind her by Arabian's manservant.
DECEMBER LOVEROBERT HICHENS
She wondered whether his manservant was with them in the flat, or whether they were quite alone—shut in together.
DECEMBER LOVEROBERT HICHENS
I merely told her of my intention of keeping a manservant, when she fell into an extraordinary paroxysm.
THE WORLD'S GREATEST BOOKS, VOL IIIARTHUR MEE AND J.A. HAMMERTON, EDS.
The Duc's attention was directed to the good looks of Sophie by a manservant of his.
SHE STANDS ACCUSEDVICTOR MACCLURE
Apparently the anthropologist and the manservant had retired.
THE GRAY PHANTOM'S RETURNHERMAN LANDON

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