It was no wonder that the critics of 1816 animadverted on Byron's "communion" with the Lakers.
We have animadverted upon the absence of water in La Mancha.
The colonial secretary also animadverted on the emoluments of Stayner.
An address, signed by Meredith and several other magistrates, animadverted on the measure with just severity.
The first check to the movement came in 1838, when the Bishop of Oxford animadverted upon the Tracts.
He animadverted on the Crusades, setting forth their absurdity, cruelty and even injustice.
In his address for the defence he had animadverted strongly upon this point.
The press worked on both sides of the question; while it vilified Bute, it animadverted on Pitt's pensions and honours.
This charge was delivered in 1836, and ought to have been animadverted upon at the time, if at all.
These abuses, though constantly exposed and animadverted upon for a series of years, have as constantly increased.