To all the rest he was the chief man in the province, who had solemnly opened the elections with his speech, and aroused a feeling of respect and even of awe in many people, as Vronsky saw; to Vronsky he was little Katka Maslov--that had been his nickname in the Pages' Corps--whom he felt to be shy and tried to mettre a son aise
. On the left hand sat Nevyedovsky with his youthful, stubborn, and malignant face.
j'en suis bien aise
," said Montcalm, taking Duncan familiarly by the arm, and leading him deep into the marquee, a little out of earshot; "je deteste ces fripons- la; on ne sait jamais sur quel pie on est avec eux.