Mary was brought up as a boy, and at the age of 13 was engaged as a footboy to wait on a French lady.
He writes just as you might suppose Voltaire's footboy to do, who has been his amanuensis.
Mrs. Bungay's own footboy was lost amidst those large and black-coated attendants.
He got up in the night, and his footboy with him, and went to the privy.
Not a footboy in Randolph's train but is more Randolph than he.
The following morning while the king was putting on his clothes he said to his footboy, "Go thou to Earl Ulf, and kill him."
The Duke is made to say, 'By the mystery of my art, no more be a footboy, but rise a captain!'
Mrs. Bungay's footboy was lost amidst those large and black-coated attendants.
Derrick one day sent his footboy with a message to a gentleman whose name was Mr. Hodges Podger.
The laugh was strange, and not a melodious sound, and almost at the same moment Mrs Symes and the footboy came into the kitchen.