British subject

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  • Info The term British subject currently refers, in British nationality law, to a limited class of people defined by Part IV of the British Nationality Act 1981. more...
  • Our captain told me that a few were thinking of becoming British subjects. Cited from On the Trail of Pontiac, by Edward Stratemeyer
  • And as for his being a British subject, there's nothing in that. Cited from The Powers and Maxine, by Charles Norris Williamson
  • He remained a British subject for the rest of his life.
  • Because the paper was published by a British subject it was not subject to local law.
  • In England the Indian has all the political rights of a British subject. Cited from The Rise of the Democracy, by Joseph Clayton
  • He claimed to be a British subject, and was able to speak several languages. Cited from A Trip Abroad, by Don Carlos Janes
  • See British subject for a more general description of the use of the term.
  • Had his birth occurred a month earlier, he would have been born a British subject. Cited from Personal Recollections of Birmingham and Birmingham Men, by E. Edwards
  • "Is it so difficult for you to do your duty as a British subject?" Cited from In the Days of Poor Richard, by Irving Bacheller
  • He appeared to be composed of just the kind of material for making a good British subject. Cited from The Underground Railroad, by William Still
  • He also stated he was a natural born British subject.
  • He was the last president born as a British subject before American Independence.
  • Of course, as he says, they are British subjects, and were born so. Cited from Held Fast For England, by G. A. Henty
  • In short, he was a man well adapted to make a good British subject. Cited from The Underground Railroad, by William Still
  • I was a British subject and claimed to be treated with proper respect. Cited from The Passenger from Calais, by Arthur Griffiths
  • You are a British subject, and have a right to protection. Cited from With Moore At Corunna, by G. A. Henty
  • If they remained a year they must become British subjects. Cited from The Conquest of New France, by George M. Wrong
  • He spent much of his life in England and became a British subject shortly before his death.
  • Under the act the native inhabitants were assumed to have become British subjects.
  • British subjects in India are affected by it in exactly the same way. Cited from The Inside Story Of The Peace Conference, by Emile Joseph Dillon
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