1903D. BlackburnBurgher Quixote 3It is a common reproach among Englanders that we Transvaal Boers are ignorant.
a1936R. Kipling inC. CorringtonRudyard Kipling (1955) 316It is only the little Englanders in London who say that the Transvaal is merely fighting for its independence, but over here both sides realize it is a question of which race is to run the country.
1975S. Gray inBoltNo.12, 7Jan Maat was there seen to undergo a final snapping of the moral fibre, which the Good Lord had doubtless designed to be of little holding-power amongst the Dutch Elect; we Englanders rather inclining to obstinacy..which even the moderate application of liquor and subtropical solarity cannot tarnish, being the better man.
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