Why Daniel, who prided himself on being a true-born Englishman, Frenchified his name by adding a "De" to it we do not know, and he was over forty before he changed plain Foe into Defoe.
Defoe says, "this filled me with a kind of rage"; and he replied with a poem called The True-born Englishman.
'The True-born Englishman.'" It made Defoe known to the King.
``But for my purpose,'' said the yeoman, ``thou shouldst be as well a good Englishman as a good knight; for that, which I have to speak of, concerns, indeed, the duty of every honest man, but is more especially that of a true-born
native of England.''
Theban patriot Would thus withhold the word of prophecy.
Think twice before you give up old Castle William, the key of the province, into other keeping than that of true-born
The little boy had the cent ready, but, like a true-born
Yankee, would have preferred the better bargain to the worse.
'Excuse me, how is your Stomach?' Patriotic Ti tle: 'What are the three characteristics of a true-born
While Jon Snow, Arya Stark, and Daenerys Targaryen are good on the battlefield, when it comes to sombre governance, the eldest living true-born
Stark has been doing a pretty great Job at taking care of Winterfell all by herself.
For her to set fire to an entire city of millions, especially after they've surrendered, is a blatant misstep in service of propping up the more noble and true-born
hero that is Jon Snow.
This world has been recreated by a true-born
son of that mysterious country, a Turkmen who, at the will of fate, has now been living for a quarter of a century in snowy Scandinavia.
How Jon reacts when he finds out he's actually a true-born
Targaryen and she is really his auntie is anyone's guess.