Milner was the chief British civil administrator in South Africa through the (bitterly controversial at home) Boer War.
Another anecdote or two of Milner, and I have done with him.
Her Miss Milner is an original and brilliant creation, compact of charm and life.
Dorriforth immediately came in, and went eagerly to Miss Milner.
Miss Milner and Miss Woodley turned aside to conceal their tears.
It was an enterprise in which he succeeded with Miss Milner even beyond his most sanguine wish.
While Miss Milner, without uttering one word, sunk speechless on the floor.
Of the many restless nights that Miss Milner passed, this was not one.
Miss Milner, not having spirits to go abroad, passed the evening at home.
Dr. Milner was suffering under severe illness, and Goldsmith's services were accepted.