Some articles on servants, servant:

Servants To Asia's Urban Poor
... Servants to Asia’s Urban Poor - Servants is an international network of Christian communities living and working in the slums of Asia and the West, participating with the poor to bring hope and ... Servants is an organic movement, body, family and community, rather than a traditional mission organization, charity, or NGO ... Servants was established by Viv Grigg, a missionary working in Manila ...
... The house's 40 rooms include servants' quarters, which can be distinguished by their lower, 9-foot (2.7 m) ceilings, compared with 11-foot (3.4 m) ceilings elsewhere, as well as small rooms for ... and upper floors are connected by elevator, grand staircase, and servants' staircase ... The 45 servants included 10 who worked inside the house and 35 who tended the 10-acre (40,000 m2) grounds ...
Southbroom House - The House
... had one main use, to provide a place to sleep for the servants ... the butler would bring a ladder to the attic entrance so that the servants could go up to their room to sleep ... it until the following morning when again he would bring the ladder and allow the servants to get down ...
Servants Of The Most Blessed Sacrament
... Servants of the Most Blessed Sacrament is a Roman Catholic religious institute of women, founded by the Venerable Pierre-Julien Eymard in 1858, assisted by Mother Margaret of the Blessed Sacrament ... The Congregation of the Servants of the Most Blessed Sacrament devote themselves with all their souls and all their strength to propagate this same worship of adoration and ...
List Of The Master Of Hestviken Characters - Clergy, Servants, Neighbors, Tradespeople
... came to Hestviken as Ingunn lay dying Grim, bailiff at Frettastein and later a servant at Berg Dalla, sister of Grim and servant at Frettastein and later at Berg Jon, blacksmith in the town of ... She becomes a servant at Hestviken and is the mother of Olav Audunsson's son Björn ... Arnketil, or Anki, Olav's servant at Hestviken Stein, Olav's neighbor at Hestviken Leif, steward at Hestviken after Björn Claus Wiephart, Olav Audunsson's German trading partner Richard ...

Famous quotes containing the word servants:

    What is the reason that women servants ... have much lower wages than men servants ... when in fact our female house servants work much harder than the male?
    Samuel Johnson (1709–1784)

    [T]here is no Part of the World where Servants have those Privileges and Advantages as in England: They have no where else such plentiful Diet, large Wages, or indulgent Liberty: There is no place wherein they labour less, and yet where they are so little respectful, more wasteful, more negligent, or where they so frequently change their Masters.
    Richard Steele (1672–1729)