Yet that is the infirmity of the seneschals, who do not know their sovereign when he appears.
Several members of the family were Seneschals, or Stewards, of Wakefield.
Yet that is the infirmity of the seneschals, who do not know their sovereign, when he appears.
On the 14th of September, 1307, Philippe sent out secret orders to his seneschals.
Seneschals and gentlemen-ushers, ladies-in-waiting and pages-of-the-presence adorned noble as well as royal households.
Horses and carriages rattling and prancing, seneschals and pages, footmen hopping up and hopping down.
Seneschals, in the most sumptuous dresses, brought in the massive dishes of gold and silver.
It was wisdom such as few lords get from their seneschals, but Isaac D. Worthington did not so recognize it.
The seneschals honest heart is in its infinitely precious pages.
Stuffy Pete happened to pass by on his way to the park, and the seneschals gathered him in and upheld the custom of the castle.