I remembered to have read (probably in Felt's "Annals") a notice
of the decease of Mr.
This led to much conversation, and as it was evident that he wanted to talk, if only for talking's sake, I asked him many questions regarding things that had already happened to me or come within my notice.
At Purfleet, on a byroad, I came across just such a place as seemed to be required, and where was displayed a dilapidated notice that the place was for sale.
But the children took no notice
whatever of the remark; on the contrary, they set to work at once sewing--if that is the proper word to describe an operation such as I had never before witnessed.
Among the other forlorn wanderers in the Parks, there appeared latterly a trim little figure in black (with the face protected from notice
behind a crape veil), which was beginning to be familiar, day after day, to nursemaids and children, and to rouse curiosity among harmless solitaries meditating on benches, and idle vagabonds strolling over the grass.
The next she knew, the pressure of his lips yet warm on hers, she was in a group of jostling young fellows, none of whom seemed to take the slightest notice
He was living in a place absolutely secluded from public observation on all sides of it--thanks to his resolution to remain at the cottage, even after his landlady had insulted him by sending him a notice
He was no sooner gone than the great personages, who had taken no notice
of him present, began to take much notice
of him in his absence; but if the reader hath already excused us from relating the more brilliant part of this conversation, he will surely be very ready to excuse the repetition of what may be called vulgar abuse; though, perhaps, it may be material to our history to mention an observation of Lady Bellaston, who took her leave in a few minutes after him, and then said to Mrs Fitzpatrick, at her departure, "I am satisfied on the account of my cousin; she can be in no danger from this fellow.
But to him, knowing her, knowing that whenever he went to bed five minutes later than usual, she noticed it, and asked him the reason; to him, knowing that every joy, every pleasure and pain that she felt she communicated to him at once; to him, now to see that she did not care to notice
his state of mind, that she did not care to say a word about herself, meant a great deal.
Did you notice
your work here, on the Wednesday afternoon, after you had done it?
Just inside the door a number of notices
were pinned up, lists of lectures, football fixtures, and the like; and these he looked at idly, trying to seem at his ease.
Our information respecting Hesiod is derived in the main from notices
and allusions in the works attributed to him, and to these must be added traditions concerning his death and burial gathered from later writers.