CodeGB/BCA/204
Dates1804-1881
Person NameDisraeli; Benjamin (1804-1881); Earl of Beaconsfield
SurnameDisraeli
ForenamesBenjamin
Other forms of nameBeaconsfield, Lord
TitleEarl of Beaconsfield
Catalogue
RefNoTitleArtistDateMultimediaImage
NG4998[no caption]Nicholas Garland12 Jul 1992NG4998.jpg 
NM0061"This is the only way I can understand financial plots or diplomatic ones. How I wish I had a first class mind."Norman Mansbridge1973NM0061.jpg 
LSE7523Today's Recital At The Albert Hall.David Low (1891-1963)06 May 1927LSE7523.jpg 
NG0060"No Government can be long secure without a formidable opposition (Disraeli)"Nicholas Garland12 Jul 1966NG0060.jpg 
ILW1086Scorn in EgyptIllingworth, Leslie Gilbert, 1902-19799 May 1946ILW1086.jpg 
JL5160London Laughs: Conservative Riposes. "It's most distasteful for him, but he Must read the stuff to think up some snappy back-answers to give 'em at His Party Conference next week."Joseph Lee01 Oct 1953JL5160.jpg 
mue0397Maclure. "I say Dizzy this is a go". Dizzy. "Don't talk to me Maclure. It was your talk
brought me here".
Artist unknown[1860]mue0397.jpg 
mudyx4rThe ultimate or crowning triumph of the new Christo-Judean creed! (of the pure caucasian
race) intended for the special edification of young England.
John Doyle, 1797-186818 Jun 1844mudyx4r.jpg 
mudyxl9What, in parliamentary phrase, may be termed a pair.John Doyle, 1797-186818 Jul 1839mudyxl9.jpg 
mudyxx7Stag at bay Suggested by the beautiful picture of Edwin Landseer ... exhibited at the Royal
Academy 1846
John Doyle, 1797-186826 Jun 1846mudyxx7.jpg 
mudyxe9"He asked me what was my prinserpuls; 'I hain't got enny,' said I; "not a prinserpul: Ime
in the Show Bizniss."
Artist unknown[n.mudyxe9.jpg 
mudyxedCompanions well met. Turk - Tory - TricksterArtist unknown[1877?]mudyxed.jpg 
mudyxe8[No caption]Artist unknown[1880]mudyxe8.jpg 
09334"No Government can be long secure without a formidable opposition (Disraeli)"Nicholas Garland12 Jul 196609334.jpg 
VY0711"After all, Sir Anthony, the editor of 'Pravda' became Foreign Secretary ...Vicky [Victor Weisz]08 Sep 1956VY0711.jpg 
mue039fConscience makes cowards of us all. (Spokeshare)Artist unknown[1880]mue039f.jpg 
VY1220"Begging your pardon, Sir, but if this place becomes really unsafe you could always go to the country ..."Vicky [Victor Weisz]23 Jun 1958VY1220.jpg 
04081"Bring your boy friend home and introduce him to father, that's what you said! And what happens... all evening nattering POLITICS!"Joseph Lee08 Aug 196304081.jpg 
mudyx1jBear - baiting or, Old English pastimes revised dedicated to Young EnglandJohn Doyle, 1797-1868May 1844mudyx1j.jpg 
WH1792The Flapper Stands for Parliament. 9 [on reverse]W.K. Haselden28 Nov 1923WH1792.jpg 
mudyx9dThe happy family Dedicated to Lord AshleyJohn Doyle, 1797-186813 May 1844mudyx9d.jpg 
mudyxx0"Soirées mysterieuses." wonderful performance at St. Stephen's theatreJohn Doyle, 1797-186812 Jun 1845mudyxx0.jpg 
mudyx95An Irish faction fightJohn Doyle, 1797-186818 Jul 1846mudyx95.jpg 
mudyxxtA scene from the farce of "The Critic." a little alteredJohn Doyle, 1797-186812 May 1848mudyxxt.jpg 
mudyxx1The troubadour or, A flirtation between the chivalry of Oxford & the beauty of
young England
John Doyle, 1797-186830 Apr 1845mudyxx1.jpg 
mue0399The Greenwich pensioner & his friend John returning from the conflictArtist unknown[1878]mue0399.jpg 
NG0301"How can I govern 55,000,000 Tired Tims with 600 Moaning Minnies?"Nicholas Garland16 Jun 1967NG0301.jpg 
mudyx8lThe substance and the shadow! An enigmaJohn Doyle, 1797-18685 Apr 1845mudyx8l.jpg 
27577"I would like you to get in touch with these two gentlemen, please!"Michael Cummings27 Feb 197527577.jpg 
mudyxfeThe harpies attacking the daughters of Pandarus, (after Flaxman)John Doyle, 1797-186815 Jul 1848mudyxfe.jpg 
VY3281[No caption]Vicky [Victor Weisz]19 Aug 1936 - 25 Feb 1966VY3281.jpg 
11424"How can I govern 55,000,000 Tired Tims with 600 Moaning Minnies?"Nicholas Garland16 Jun 196711424.jpg 
mudyx5aThe new protection cabinet, which was to have been.John Doyle, 1797-18685 Jun 1846mudyx5a.jpg 
GS0253Published caption: To-day's march past.Sidney 'George' Strube24 May 1933GS0253.jpg 
VY0081"Trust the people" - MR. L.D. Gammans, Assistant Postmaster-General April 26 1954Vicky [Victor Weisz]17 May 1954VY0081.jpg 
mudyx5rA lecture on elocution. The professor enforcing his precepts by example.John Doyle, 1797-186811 Feb 1847mudyx5r.jpg 
mudyx9hNot altogether out of placeJohn Doyle, 1797-18688 Aug 1844mudyx9h.jpg 
mudyx96An interesting group "Misfortune makes us acquainted with strange bedfellows."John Doyle, 1797-1868Feb 1847mudyx96.jpg 
mudyx4lA scene from Shakspere (compressed!)John Doyle, 1797-18688 Aug 1844mudyx4l.jpg 
WH5479My memoirs: By the young reminiscencer. [caption on reverse]W.K. Haselden02 Aug 1920WH5479.jpg 
CU0418Mr. Morrison considers ways and means of winning voters to the GovernmentMichael Cummings25 May 1950CU0418.jpg 
mudyxwgSparring A set to, without the gloves, by way of wind up!John Doyle, 1797-186828 Aug 1846mudyxwg.jpg 
mudyxwjThe fall of Caesar "Not that I loved Caesar less, But that I loved Rome more"John Doyle, 1797-186818 Jul 1846mudyxwj.jpg 
mudyxfaMaterials for a strong and adhesive government. A peep into the Lobby, on the occasion of a
late division
John Doyle, 1797-186826 Apr 1848mudyxfa.jpg 
mudyxupA fancy ball winding up with Sir Roger de Coverley in appropriate costumeJohn Doyle, 1797-186826 Jul 1846mudyxup.jpg 
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