Not only Ferrero, but every bull-fighter in the place took a peek at Cogan.
Ferrero's introduction, though short, is substantial, and to the point.
Ferrero looked around the room to make sure the others had heard.
That idea is, as Ferrero points out, an illusion due to distance.
Ferrero had the confidence of his men, who were ever ready to follow where Grant ordered them to be led.
He did so well that Ferrero asked him if he could jump over a horse, and he said he'd try it.
General Ferrero was delighted with such an exhibition of marksmanship.
And Ferrero gleefully bowed and bowed again to their applause.
He has not had much leisure for Ruskin and Symonds and Ferrero.
Ferrero picked up the cape and flouted it in the bull's eyes.