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 Dilke, Lady Emilia FrancesD’Israeli, Isaac 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Disraeli, Benjamin,
 
Earl of Beaconsfield (b. London, December 21st, 1804; d. London, April 19th, 1881). “Vivian Grey” (1826 and 1827); “The Voyage of Captain Popanilla” (1828); “The Young Duke” (1831); “Contarini Fleming” (1832); “The Wondrous Tale of Alroy” (1833); “The Rise of Iskander” (1833); “Ixion in Heaven” (1833); “The Revolutionary Epic” (1834); “Vindication of the English Constitution” (1835); “Letters of Runnymede” (1835); “Henrietta Temple” (1837); “Venetia” (1837); “Alarcos,” a tragedy (1839); “Coningsby; or, the New Generation” (1844); “Sybil; or, the Two Nations” (1845); “Tancred; or, the New Crusade” (1847); “Lord George Bentinck, a Political Biography” (1851); “Church and Queen: Speeches” (1865); “Constitutional Reform: Speeches” (1866); “Parliamentary Reform: Speeches” (1867); “Speeches on Conservative Policy” (1870); “Lothair” (1871); “Address at Glasgow University” (1873); and “Endymion” (1881). See “Life” by O’Connor (1879), Brandes (1880), Clarigny (1880), Foggo (1881), and Froude (1890); McCarthy’s “History of Our Own Time” (1878–80); Clayden’s “England under Lord Beaconsfield” (1879); “The Selected Speeches of Lord Beaconsfield.” edited by T E. Kebbel.   1
 


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