But even in that enviable situation, he was affable, and distinguished as much for his attention
to the forms of courtesy, as for that chivalrous courage which, only two short years afterward, induced him to throw away his life on the plains of Abraham.
Tell me, have YOU noticed this extraordinary attention
But Delafield possessed other attractions to catch the attention
of the audience: his powers on the instrument greatly exceeded those of any of his competitors, and his execution was really wonderful; every tongue was silent, every ear was attentive, and every head nodded approbation, excepting that of our heroine.
The beast's whole attention
now seemed riveted upon the horseman.
The boat that had attracted Jane's attention
as she stood guard upon the deck of the Kincaid had been perceived by Rokoff upon one bank and Mugambi and the horde upon the other.
As she opened it to pass through, her attention
was attracted by a lady, with a nursery-maid and two little boys behind her, loitering on the path outside the garden wall.
In a single State, the requisite knowledge relates to the existing laws which are uniform throughout the State, and with which all the citizens are more or less conversant; and to the general affairs of the State, which lie within a small compass, are not very diversified, and occupy much of the attention
and conversation of every class of people.
Wherever Chromatistes, -- for by that name the most trustworthy authorities concur in calling him, -- turned his variegated frame, there he at once excited attention
, and attracted respect.
We have already said that there was something in the count which attracted universal attention
wherever he appeared.
He was as much awake to the novelty of attention
in that quarter as Elizabeth herself could be, and unconsciously closed his book.
When one speaks, the rest pay strict attention
: when he is done, another assents by 'yes,' or dissents by 'no;' and then states his reasons, which are listened to with equal attention
In very many published narratives no little degree of attention
is bestowed upon dates; but as the author lost all knowledge of the days of the week, during the occurrence of the scenes herein related, he hopes that the reader will charitably pass over his shortcomings in this particular.
A sallow skin, that indicated nothing but exposure, was common to all, as was an air of great decency and attention
, mingled, generally, with an expression of shrewdness, and in the present instance of active curiosity.
The news of the extreme illness of the cardinal had already spread, and attracted at least as much attention
among the people of the Louvre as the news of the marriage of Monsieur, the king's brother, which had already been announced as an official fact.
No remembrance of Reginald, no consciousness of guilt, gave one look of embarrassment; she was in excellent spirits, and seemed eager to show at once by ever possible attention
to her brother and sister her sense of their kindness, and her pleasure in their society.