Admiring looks from a stranger in the street before breakfast, ("we must consider it to be the arrangement of Providence that you should not be introduced to your cousin" - Royal we?)
After breakfast, dangerously single Captain Benwick buzzing round the honeypot, with the wholehearted approval of Captain Harville and the only other male in the party being a former suitor of Anne.
To top off the morning, all the silly Musgrove women fainting away, and the one whose judgement he made most of, proving herself crackbrained.
These men think Anne is very beautiful from when they first see her, and very good from when they first speak to her.
but I don't think they are the kind of men Lady Russell had in mind.
If people like the Harvilles and Captain Benwick ever had the opportunity to meet Anne in her ordinary life, the cold formal contempt of silly Sir Walter and Elizabeth might have repulsed them enough to avoid whatever Elliot came through the door next.