He experimented in the outlying provinces of his empire; and the Russians noted with open murmurs that, not content with governing through foreign instruments, he was conferring on Poland, Finland and the Baltic provinces benefits denied to themselves.
The appointment caused some murmurs; since Becket, at the time when it was made, was still a simple deacon.
Murmurs arose among the wounded who were waiting.
In spite of some murmurs even this law was adopted.
He began to adopt a more critical attitude towards Wolsey's policy, foreign and domestic; and to give ear to the murmurs against the cardinal and his ecclesiastical rule.
Some murmurs are heard about enclosures, but they are incidental and not widely spread.
The weapon of famine, formerly in the hand of Alaric, was thus turned against him, and loud in consequence were the murmurs of the Roman populace.
But, in spite of her murmurs and reproaches, he gave an asylum to another lady who was as poor as herself, Mrs Desmoulins, whose family he had known many years before in Staffordshire.
And he was mortified by a more erious charge than murmurs about superfluity of zeal.
As always happens the men, starting cheerfully, began to halt; murmurs were heard, there was a sense of confusion, and finally a backward movement.
The town was full of angry murmurs, and the landlord feared that the mob would storm his house and drag Spinoza out.
The murmurs of the Gothic nobles procured for their young sovereign too early emancipation from the schoolroom.
Thenceforward poverty, disorders, and consequently murmurs increased.
Indignant murmurs rose from the assembled nobles, and the life of the legate was only saved from their fury by the intervention of the emperor himself.