Disraeli


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British statesman who as Prime Minister bought controlling interest in the Suez Canal and made Queen Victoria the empress of India (1804-1881)

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When William of Orange became co-ruler of England with his wife Mary, this intruder, according to Disraeli, brought over from Holland new forms of taxation that were harmful to the lower orders.
As Benjamin Disraeli said 150 years ago, Likes, damned lies and statistics.
Disraeli entered the House of Commons in 1837, and in the 1850s and 1860s served first as Chancellor of the Exchequer and then as Leader of the House of Commons.
For more information contact David Disraeli at 512-464-1110 or david@pcfo.
Davdi Disraeli would be able to provide his wide knowledge to client who seeks to extend their areas of protection, starting from January 4th, 2016.
Pharand, directeur de longue date du projet Disraeli a l'Universite Queen's, compare la version originale de la brochure de Tasse, publiee pour la premiere fois en 1880, et la traduction produite par James Penny en 1891.
Pharand, the long-time director of the Disraeli project at Queen's University, brings together both the original version of Tasse's pamphlet, first published in 1880, as well as the translation produced by James Penny in 1891.
The book offers chapter-length studies of each writer: Benjamin Disraeli, Charles Dickens, William Makepeace Thackeray, George Eliot, Thomas Hardy, Anthony Trollope, and George Moore.
Almost everything great has been done by youth', said Benjamin Disraeli.
This book is volume nine of a projected eighteen in the monumental series Benjamin Disraeli Letters, which began publication in 1982.
Benjamin Disraeli was a phenomenally successful individual in nineteenth-century Britain.
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I suggest that Benjamin Disraeli might like to consider running for Parliament again.
Quote of the day "To borrow a turn of phrase, we were led by Disraeli, our predecessors knew Disraeli, Disraeli's beliefs were Conservative through and through, and, Ed Miliband, you are no Disraeli.
The Labour leader borrowed a political philosophy from the Tories, one that stretches back to 19th century prime minister Benjamin Disraeli and was adopted by later senior Tory figures including Edward Heath.