be misled

References in classic literature ?
They are also less liable to corruption from their numbers, as water is from its quantity: besides, the judgment of an individual must necessarily be perverted if he is overcome by anger or any other passion; but it would be hard indeed if the whole community should be misled by anger.
They will certainly be misled," Letton agreed, his eerie gray eyes blazing out from the voluminous folds of the huge Mueller with which he was swathing his neck to the ears.
Dubai: Sachin Tendulkar has warned his fans not to be misled by people who may attempt to benefit by using his name without permission.
I am sure that no person in J& K will be misled to do something that will remotely affect the Yatra.
Dear Editor, Don't be misled by government percentages
It is unfortunate that on election day we have to take an action like this, but the voters deserve to not be misled, especially by these bogus ballots.
Before choosing a career, learn as much about that field as possible so that you won't be misled.
But if you really wanted to be unequivocal, you'd probably like to see that there is less than 1 chance in 100 that you could be misled.