That good man was a sergeant of police at Vienna, though now filling the office of valet-de-chambre to the commissary.
Hardly was the prince gone, when Dubois called the valet-de-chambre.
Philip, in his tenderness for his father's memory, may have thought that no man could be a hero to his own valet-de-chambre.
True it is, that "no man is a hero to his valet-de-chambre."
In which case, will your valet-de-chambre write your discourse?
A minister was nothing more to Louis than a valet-de-chambre.
An English valet-de-chambre had just been despatched to London on a confidential mission.
His valet-de-chambre observed that he shortened his walk every day by several turns.
When he hasn't blacked our boots and has got our breakfast, Terribile the valet-de-chambre becomes Terribile the model.
Opposite, the cook looked out smiling from the kitchen, where she lived with her solemn husband, the valet-de-chambre.