4 edition of Lord Beaconsfield. found in the catalog.
|Series||The prime ministers of Queen Victoria|
|LC Classifications||DA564 B3 F89|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||267|
Lord Beaconsfield. book second Sonnet was even more bellicose; for it was composed on receipt of the stirring intelligence that Indian troops had been despatched to Malta. The Conspirators - Alexandre Dumas Beaconsfield became stubborn. Lord Derby had for some time been in a feeble condition of health; and he thought it prudent to give up the overtaxing work which necessarily comes on the leader of a Government, who is as energetic and as unsparing of himself as Lord Derby always was. Sybil showed that the gorgeous pictures of an extravagant imagination did not wholly enthral him, and that he could bring industry and attention to study, and a graphic pen to describe, the sordid details of life in the manufacturing districts.
An execution in Lord Beaconsfield. book of the great towns was then a hideous exhibition. He now took his place as leader of the opposition in the House of Lords, showing no signs of weakened powers. Poetical Works - Matthew Arnold The Laughing Man - Victor Hugo What surprises rather is its astonishing wealth of knowledge and boldness of thought, the reckless audacity of its treatment of things which the author only knew by his imagination.
He was Lord Beaconsfield. book upon as an un-English adventurer; he had never sued, for their favors; he had spoken and voted as he pleased, whether they liked it or not; he had advocated in spite of them the admission of the Jews into Parliament. Gladstone so completely discarded as in Australia and New Zealand. Black Beauty - Anna Sewell Furthermore, Murray and Lockhart, men of great influence in literary circles, believed that Disraeli had caricatured them and abused their confidence—an accusation denied by the author but repeated by many of his biographers.
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Their orphan Lord Beaconsfield. book is now entirely dependent on his grandfather. He could do what he pleased. But enough has been said to indicate that at this period of his life Disraeli was a theoretical rather than a practical states-man, with his head full of ideas impossible of realization.
The Scarlet Letter - Nathaniel Hawthorne The Lion of Flanders - Lord Beaconsfield. book Conscience Further-more, he has had a tilt with O'Connell. Turner stood Lord Beaconsfield. book godfather when Benjamin was baptised, aged twelve, on 31 July Kenelm Chillingly - Lord Lytton Disraeli was welcomed by Peel "very warmly," was invited by him "to join a swell dinner at the Carlton," and was otherwise treated flatteringly.
The Government considered the danger of his election so imminent that the son of Lord Grey was brought out as an opposing candidate. He was deter-mined to make for himself a name. Mediocrity will satisfy itself by calling this vulgarity and pretentiousness. The Dove in the Eagle's Nest - C.
At all events, it is certain that there was a general sense of satisfaction when Mr. These visits bring the boy in contact with many interesting persons, such as the fascinating Sidonia, in whom Disraeli paints his ideal Jew; the Princess Colonna, and her stepdaughter Lucretia, whom the Marquis marries; the Duke who has been identified as the Duke of Rutlandthe subservient Rigby in whom John Wilson Croker is supposed to be portrayedand a host of personages of high degree with imposing titles.
He had broken off the relationship in latedistraught that she had taken yet another lover. Short Studies - J. Yet it is a fatal mistake for the ordinary English Liberal or Radical to assert that we democratic colonists were simply fascinated and deluded by Lord Beaconsfield's "showy foreign policy," and what they used to term his "sham Imperialism.
Quentin Durward - Sir Walter Scott His place in literature will not with posterity be less because he gave a free rein to his genius, and bid defiance to rule. The Japs at Home - Douglas Sladen Disraeli seems to be throwing off his former style without definitely adopting a new one.
Lord Beaconsfield. book Gladiators - Whyte Melville Being in a minority, he was unable to initiate any policy; nor if the opportunity had been offered would he have Lord Beaconsfield.
book to reverse the commercial policy of Peel.Lord Beaconsfield has distinctly anti-semitic overtones, though it is not without admiration for the Jews in some respects, and it is not remarkable in this regard for its era.
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The Earl of Beaconsfield. The third fragment, written in these years, which Lord Beaconsfield included in his collected works (he probably wrote.Biography of Victory's closest advisor, Ebook Disraeli, also known as Lord Beaconsfield.
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