The doorkeeper recognised Nekhludoff, and told him at once that Maslova was no longer there.
On his return the doorkeeper handed him a note, and said, rather scornfully, that some kind of woman had written it in the hall.
The doorkeeper told Nekhludoff in a severe tone that the Baron could not be seen except on his reception days; that he was with His Majesty the Emperor to-day, and the next day he would again have to deliver a report.
And also the man behind, and a doorkeeper with gold cord on his cap, seemed familiar.
Nekhludoff left his uncle's letter with the doorkeeper and went on to see the Senator Wolf.
This was the doorkeeper of a bank; he had come to see his brother, who was arrested for forgery.
Neveroff was a man 'such as the earth bears few of,' as our doorkeeper used to express it.
The doorkeeper went as far as the staircase and rang.
The idea of profit to come by the truce occurred to him in the same breath; and, crying loudly, again he bade the doorkeeper to open.
When the doorkeeper hesitated, trembling and afraid, they stabbed him to the heart and he rolled headlong to the foot of the bridge near by which his life had been lived.
When I presented myself at the stage entrance to the Aquarium next morning as usual, I was told by the doorkeeper there that he had orders not to admit me.
I want each one of you to take the penny my doorkeeper will give you, and go over to the opposition show and see fair play.
At least the doorkeeper told me she always took the same place.
However, the doorkeeper explained, he was going to write and give his address in the following week.
She ascertained through the doorkeeper that he was about to be married to Madame Dambreuse.
He thinks he's simply a chocolate grub on his way to become a chocolate butterfly; in fact, we have nominated another doorkeeper to take his place if this ever comes off.
This other person isn't really a doorkeeper either, but there's one thing he can do, and that is, he can make the latch and the hinge grow again when somebody has eaten them.
This Crow was the doorkeeper who was yet not the doorkeeper; and who had been nominated in the place of the grub.
Him and that there is no doorkeeper at the door of His bounties and that He favoureth whom He will without compt and sendeth no supplicant empty away; nay He filleth their hands with favours and benefits.
But Lincoln repulsed him gently and whimsically without hurting his feelings, in this way: "'So you want to be doorkeeper to the House, eh?
There was an ignorant man," said a senator, "who once applied to Lincoln for the post of doorkeeper to the House.
The President began to say that Captain Goodenow, head doorkeeper there, was the proper person to make that application to, as he had nothing to do with such appointments.
This Bee who mounts guard and does the work of a doorkeeper is older than the others.
It is a Bee, who has become the doorkeeper of the establishment.
Sherman made his way to the customs house briskly, stated his business to the doorkeeper and sat down in an anteroom to await Hammond's pleasure.
But when Clay found how particular the doorkeeper was as to those who entered he guessed at once it was a gambling-house.
Stammer and I hailed a taxi and drove to the Wilhelmstrasse, where the doorkeeper put me through an official ceremony similar to the procedure of Koenigergratzerstrasse 70.
The doorkeeper and commissaire, a taciturn non-commissioned officer, takes your name and whom you wish to see.