What uitlander then could ever have obtained his naturalisation?
Everybody else had been heard and judged, the uitlander had only been judged.
Could anything be clearer than the uitlander's statement of the grievances and oppressions under which they were suffering?
Consequently the uitlander population of this State is to all intents and purposes an unarmed community.
From them have been extracted—in times of peace—the amplest admissions of the justice of the uitlander case.
The uitlander had no vote, and must live in the State ten or twelve years before he could get one.
The National Union did not represent any particular class in the uitlander community.
The uitlander seems to have expected something very different from all that.
The uitlander refugees were numerous in Capetown, and the principal hotels were full of them.
Viewed from this standpoint the uitlander grievances were an inexhaustibly rich and payable mine.