Respectfully Quoted: A Dictionary of Quotations. 1989.
Cecil John Rhodes (18531902)
I also desire to encourage and foster an appreciation of the advantages which I implicitly believe will result from the union of the English-speaking peoples throughout the world and to encourage in the students from the United States of North America[,] who will benefit from the American Scholarships to be established for the reason above given at the University of Oxford under this my Will[,] an attachment to the country from which they have sprung but without I hope withdrawing them or their sympathies from the land of their adoption or birth.
CECIL J. RHODES, The Last Will and Testament of Cecil John Rhodes, ed. W. T. Stead, pp. 2429 (1902). The will was dated July 1, 1899.