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An Englishmen thinks seated; a Frenchmen standing; an American pacing, an Irishman, afterwards. — Austin O'Malley
Englishmen hate Liberty and Equality too much to understand them. But every Englishman loves a pedigree. — George Bernard Shaw
In dealing with Englishmen you can be sure of one thing only, that the logical solution will not be adopted. — W. R. [William Ralph] Inge
There is tension all over the country. The party in Bengal has done substantial work. They have eliminated a few officers. The Englishmen are terrified. As a result, they have started sending their families to Britain. After some time, they will realise that they cannot exercise authority over India. — Bhagat Singh
We are showing that Englishmen can still die with a bold spirit, fighting it out to the end. — Robert Falcon Scott
The foundation of empire is art and science. Remove them or degrade them, and the empire is no more. Empire follows art and not vice versa as Englishmen suppose. — William Blake
Englishmen are babes in philosophy and so prefer faction-fighting to the labor of its unfamiliar thought. — William Butler Yeats
My two elder sisters married Englishmen and went abroad. — Bill Forsyth
A spirit, breathing the language of independence, is natural to Englishmen, few of whom are disposed to brook compulsion, or submit to the dictates of others, when not softened by reason, or tempered with kindness.
I am now in Gibraltar. It is a large place and there does not seem to be room in this letter, in which to express my feelings about Moors in bare legs and six thousand Red-coats and to hear Englishmen speak again.
We are weak, writing is difficult, but for my own sake I do not regret this journey, which has shown that Englishmen can endure hardships, help one another, and meet death with as great a fortitude as ever in the past.
Some persons have ventured to say that it is only since Englishmen ceased to believe in the Bible that they began to discover how beautiful it was.