Life Of The Earl Of Beaconsfield Froude Dent Everymans 1931

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Life Of The Earl Of Beaconsfield by J.A. Froude

Earl of Beaconsfield, of Hughenden in the County of Buckingham, was a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. It was created in 1876 for Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli, a favourite of Queen Victoria. Victoria favoured Disraeli's Tory policies over those of his Liberal rival, William Ewart Gladstone. Disraeli had also promoted the Royal Titles Act 1876 that had given Victoria the title of "Empress of India". The subsidiary title of the earldom was Viscount Hughenden, of Hughenden in the County of Buckingham, also in the Peerage of the United Kingdom.

Features;

  • Everymans Library No. 666
  • Publisher J.M. Dent & Sons Ltd, London; 1931
  • Grey Cloth Hardback With Gilt Title, 267 + 15pp
  • Size 175 x 110mm, 450g

Condition: Very Good – No Dust Jacket, No Inscriptions, Very Good Copy

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