not following

References in classic literature ?
By the time I had got through the connecting passage between the two caves, I discovered that Red-Eye was not following me.
She talked on in her indignant strain, but he was not following her.
I could see that twice or thrice he looked back as if to ascertain if I were still watching him, or perhaps to assure himself that I was not following at a distance.
For in these fits he was the most overriding companion ever known; he would slap his hand on the table for silence all round; he would fly up in a passion of anger at a question, or sometimes because none was put, and so he judged the company was not following his story.
I thought we were not following the same road to return to the Nautilus.
Then the old fox came once more, and scolded him for not following his advice; otherwise no evil would have befallen him: 'Yet,' said he, 'I cannot leave you here, so lay hold of my tail and hold fast.
It was by not following this simple plan that poor Jean Jacques Rousseau came to such grief.
He said that motorists not following these directions would be issued fine tickets or their vehicles would be impounded.
He said, government has imposed restriction on the sale purchase of animals in residential and other areas, but despite of that some persons are not following the law.
Besides not following the decision with respect to the retroactivity of rulings, the IRS also stated that it will not follow the case on the larger issue of determining whether a taxpayer is entitled to a particular tax treatment because of a claim of disparity with respect to an allegedly similarly situated taxpayer, whether or not the taxpayers applied for or received rulings on their respective positions.
But Mallett said yesterday: "If you are talking about speculation that the captain is not following the coach, or that the players are not following the captain, this is absolutely not true.
Of course, they don't mention that the study this statistic came from has been discredited for not following scientific procedures, or that the author of the study, Arthur Kellerman, has admitted the study was flawed.