What is implied in the last line of the excerpt from Mark Twain's "The $1,000,000 Bank- Note"?
As I approached the house my excitement began to abate, for all was quiet there, which made me feel pretty sure the blunder was not discovered yet. I rang. The same servant appeared. I asked for those gentlemen.
" They are gone." This in the lofty, cold way of that fellow's tribe.
A - that the servant hails from a different country and most likely migrated to England for employment.
B - that the servants in the homes of wealthy Londoners consider themselves to be better than everyone else.
C - that most servants in London have to live in poor conditions and frequently suffer from cold
D - that the servants in London are prohibited from being friendly with their masters guests