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called to public attention

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And this far for the cruelty committed, to give occasion unto others, and to such as hate the monstrous dealing of degenerate nobility, to look more diligently upon their behaviuours, and to paint them forth unto the world, that they themselves may be ashamed of their own beastliness, and that the world may be advertised and admonished to abhor, detest, and avoid the company of all sic tyrants, who are not worthy of the society of men, but ought to be sent suddenly to the devil, with whom they must burn without end, for their contempt of God, and cruelty committed against his creatures.
The cellar, indeed, was filled with crazy lumber, mostly dating from the times of the surgeon who was Jekyll's predecessor; but even as they opened the door they were advertised of the uselessness of further search, by the fall of a perfect mat of cobweb which had for years sealed up the entrance.
The George thus brightly advertised itself to passers-by in the cold street.
de Saint-Meran advertised it for sale two or three years ago.
Collins and myself on this happy event, let me now add a short hint on the subject of another; of which we have been advertised by the same authority.
Nothing was more common than to see a lot of likely Irish girls advertised for sale in the newspapers.
I have never met that sort of paragon myself, but I have seen these paragons advertised amongst ships for sale.
He advertised still in the Sunday papers for Harry Hagberd.
I advertised for him in last Saturday's Chronicle," said she.
Thus, although we found Southampton full of Pressmen, we absolutely refused to give any information, which had the natural effect of focussing public attention upon the meeting which was advertised for the evening of November 7th.
His large and daring cosmic theories advertised his austere life and innocent, if somewhat frigid, morality; he held something of the position of Darwin doubled with the position of Tolstoy.