7 edition of England under Lord Beaconsfield found in the catalog.
|Statement||by P. W. Clayden.|
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|Pagination||xii, 542 p.|
|Number of Pages||542|
Lord Lytton leaves a widow and a young family, his eldest son. Viscount Knebworth, who succeeds to the earldom, awarded to his father by Lord Beaconsfield, being born in in Lord Lytton was a man of distinguished presence, of great conversational powers, and of singuar personal charm. COLLINS' ILLUSTRATED POCKET CLASSICS Series Note: "THE SIGN OF A GOOD BOOK 'The world is mine,' said Monte Cristo. So may it be yours, too, if you join the pilgrimage into the happy places where the gates are opened by the magic key of books.
LORD BEACONSFIELD AND THE IRISH QUESTION. Upon a massive granite base, and facing the Parliament House, stands the lofty statue of Lord Beaconsfield. The figure is of bronze, in the full state robes of a Peer, so draped as to uncover the left leg and reveal the garter?insignia of . BENJAMIN DISRAELI EARL OF BEACONSFIELD PUBLISHERS' NOTE As a novelist, Benjamin Disraeli belongs to the early part of the Perceiving Coningsby, Lord Monmouth made him a bow, not so formal a one as in the morning, but still a bow, and said, 'I hope you liked your drive.' CHAPTER VI. England, under the Normans, the Church and the Baronage.
LOCATION, AREA, BOUNDARIES, LANDFORM, SETTING Hall Barn is located on the southern edge of Old Beaconsfield, high in the Chiltern Hills. The ha site is bounded to the north by the A40 London to Oxford road, to the east by the old course of the A Beaconsfield to Slough road (pre s), and Burnham Road which spurs off it, and to the south. Disraeli, Benjamin, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield (–81) British statesman and novelist, prime minister (, –80). Disraeli was elected to Parliament in His brand of Toryism is expressed in the trilogy of novels Coningsby (), Sybil (), and Tancred (). Following the split in the Tory Party over the repeal of the Corn Laws (), Disraeli became leader of the land.
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England Under Lord Beaconsfield; the Political History of Six Years From the End of to the Beginning of Lord Beaconsfield; a Study Paperback – August 1, by Georg Morris Cohen Brandes (Creator)Author: Georg Morris Cohen Brandes. Author of Scientific Men and Religious Teachers; England under Lord Beaconsfield; Early Life of Samuel Rogers; Rogers and his Contemporaries; England under the Coalition; &c.
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Yale University Press, Hardcover, pages, $ O f the so-called “Victorian Giants”—William Ewart Gladstone, Lord Palmerston, Joseph Chamberlain—none have fascinated the public as much as Benjamin Disraeli, later Lord Beaconsfield, the man who transformed the Conservative Party into a dominant force in English politics.
Lord Beaconsfield. Description. This section is from the book "Modern England", by Justin McCarthy. Also available from Amazon: Modern England Before The Reform Bill.
XIII. Lord Beaconsfield. A Career of brilliant struggle came at last to what must be described as its crowning success. In Mr. Disraeli became for the first time Prime Minister. Benjamin Disraeli () Known as a dandy, a novelist, a brilliant debater and England's first and only Jewish prime minister, Disraeli (Earl of Beaconfield) is best remembered for bringing India and the Suez Canal under control of the crown.
A Conservative, he was elected to Parliament in after failing to win election in four. Accordingly, a conference was held at Berlin, under Prince Bismarck, the German Chancellor, at which Lord Beaconsfield and Lord Salisbury represented Britain.
For a time matters seemed to be drifting towards war, when the British representatives won the day. Read "The Earl of Beaconsfield" by James Anthony Froude available from Rakuten Kobo.
Carlyle, speaking to me many years ago of parliamentary government as Brand: James Anthony Froude. The historian Froude, speaking of Lord Beaconsfield, says: 'For forty years he was in the front of all the battles which were fought in the House of Commons, in opposition or in office, in adversity or in success, in conflict and competition with the most famous debaters of the age.
In the teeth of prejudice, without support save his own force of character. Read Chapter VIII. Gladstone and Lord Beaconsfield of Queen Victoria by Lytton Strachey.
The text begins: I Lord Palmerston's laugh—a queer metallic "Ha. ha!" with reverberations in it from the days of Pitt and the Congress of Vienna—was heard no more in Piccadilly; Lord John Russell dwindled into senility; Lord Derby tottered from the stage.
GATHORNE-HARDY, GATHORNE, first Earl of Cranbrook (–), statesman, born on 1 Oct. at the Manor House, Bradford, was third son of John Hardy (d.
), of Dunstall Hall,' Staffordshire, the chief proprietor of Low Moor ironworks, judge of the duchy of Lancaster court at Pontefract and member of parlia- ment for Bradford, by his wife Isabel, the eldest daughter of Richard.
STEPHEN GARDINER, English bishop and Lord Chancellor, was a native of Bury St date of his birth as commonly given,seems to be about ten years too early, and surmises which have passed current that he was some one's illegitimate child are of no authority.
MARRIAGE V. LORD PALMERSTON VI. LAST YEARS OF THE PRINCE CONSORT VII. WIDOWHOOD VIII. GLADSTONE AND LORD BEACONSFIELD IX. OLD AGE X. THE END BIBLIOGRAPHY. QUEEN VICTORIA. CHAPTER I. ANTECEDENTS. On November 6,died the Princess Charlotte, only child of the Prince Regent, and heir to the crown of England.
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Filed under: Caricatures and cartoons -- Great Britain.‘With a home that ought to have been happy,’ says Lord Beaconsfield, ‘surrounded with more than comfort, with the most good-natured father in the world and an agreeable man, and with a mother whose strong intellect under ordinary circumstances might have been of great importance to him, my father, though himself of a very sweet.THE family of Armine entered England with William the Norman.
Ralph d'Armyn was standard-bearer of the Conqueror, and shared prodigally in the plunder, as appears by Doomsday Book. At the time of the general survey the family of Ermyn, or Armyn, possessed numerous manors in Nottinghamshire, and several in the shire of : $