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“The servant-woman was lamenting in a corner, the cure was praying, and his sobs were audible, the doctor was wiping his eyes; the corpse itself was weeping.”
“Just as he was traversing the adjoining room to reach the one in which he then was, the old servant-woman had been in the act of placing them in a little cupboard near the head of the bed. —”
““Yá dádati”: dádat is an old servant-woman or slave, often applied to a nurse, like its congener the Pers.”
“I went into the room, followed by the servant-woman, and was amazed to find that it, like the one below, was wainscoted, and that nothing like drapery was to be found near the door.”
“At night she would go rambling with him to disturb and torment people at their doors and windows, dressed like a servant-woman, for”
“They were let in by the servant-woman; and in half an hour afterwards the three prisoners -- Jackson, his wife, and Jane Riddet -- were safe in Farnham prison.”
“The promised "all" was this: Morgan was passing slowly by Jackson's house, in the hope of seeing either Mr. or Mrs. Rogers, when the servant-woman, Jane Riddet, ran out and begged him to come in, as their lodger had been taken suddenly ill.”
“As he was one day poking through the passages, he suddenly encountered an enormously big, fat servant-woman, engaged in cleaning a stair.”
“A decent-looking servant-woman opened the door, and to my inquiry replied that Herr M--- y was certainly at home, but whether engaged or not she could not answer.”
“An indented servant-woman purchased her liberty and secured a reward of one hundred pounds by pretending to give information of a plot formed by a low tavern-keeper, her master, and three negroes, to burn the city and murder the whites.”
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