Which preposition to use with borrowers

in Occurrences 9%

It was in such a thin senate, we may be sure, that the virtuous Brutus was dispensed from the law which forbade lending to foreign borrowers in Rome, and thus was enabled to lend to the miserable Salaminians of Cyprus at 48 per cent, and to recover his money under the bond.

of Occurrences 7%

It was my grief that I was so poor a borrower of the night that I blinked stupidly on my papers if I sat beyond the usual hour.

from Occurrences 6%

Like all great artists, he was a skilful borrower from the literary achievements of a bygone age; and so successfully does he borrow that we prefer his copy to the original.

at Occurrences 4%

In ordinary life, and in the relations between moneylender and borrower at home, no such question could be asked.

for Occurrences 1%

It is true that capital has often been wasted by being lent to corrupt or improvident borrowers for purposes which were either objectionable in themselves, or which ought to have been financed, if at all, out of current revenue.

on Occurrences 1%

About one half of their resources are invested in loans, mostly to small borrowers on the security of real estate, and most of the remainder consists of bonds and other securities of the safer kinds.

with Occurrences 1%

Now at the time of a crisis a general contraction of credit occurs, and all borrowers with maturing obligations are faced with bankruptcy.

Which preposition to use with  borrowers