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  • Benjamin Disraeli, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield, KG, PC (21 December 1804 – 19 April 1881) was an English statesman and literary figure. He served in government
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  • socialism and marxism Independence in the Americas Queen Victoria Benjamin Disraeli Taiping Rebellion - Wikipedia:Taiping Rebellion Napoleon Bonaparte
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  • was dominated by the Roman Catholic Church and Protestant churches. Benjamin Disraeli (1804-1881) - British author and Prime Minister, best known for his
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  • the population. Therafter, power was held by two Prime Ministers—Benjamin Disraeli (a Tory and a favourite of Victoria) and William Ewart Gladstone (a
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  • and a month or two later its first cartoon appeared, that of Mr. Benjamin Disraeli. Mr. Brooks has been connected with Vanity Fair ever since, and is
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  • periods of world history. Thinkers during this time include Karl Marx, Benjamin Disraeli and Charles Darwin. We also have the 2nd French Revolution, Revolutions
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  • of an entirely novel character,”[14] starting with Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli in the January 30, 1869 issue. This famous thirteenth issue, which
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  • was dominated by the Roman Catholic Church and Protestant churches. Benjamin Disraeli (1804-1881) - British author and Prime Minister, best known for his
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  • the population. Therafter, power was held by two Prime Ministers—Benjamin Disraeli (a Tory and a favourite of Victoria) and William Ewart Gladstone (a
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  • All-of-a-Sudden Peggy https://archive.org/details/allofasuddenpegg00denn Benjamin Disraeli Count Alarcos http://www.readbookonline.net/title/55181/ John Drinkwater
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  • of an entirely novel character,”[19] starting with Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli in the January 30, 1869 issue. This famous thirteenth issue, which
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  • consist of brutal athletes and effeminate fops -- a saying worthy of Mr. Disraeli; but surely it is not true. Is it supposed that mind and body cannot be
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