Beaconsfield


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Beaconsfield

1
1st Earl of. title of (Benjamin) Disraeli

Beaconsfield

2
a town in SE England, in Buckinghamshire. Pop.: 12 292 (2001)
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MERTHYR Town earned a hardfought point at Beaconsfield in an evenly-contested affair - and with a little more luck on the night could have taken all three points.
11 Beaconsfield Crescent, Low Fell, is for sale through Sarah Mains at offers in excess of PS225,000, tel: 0191 487 8855.
They didn't do it often enough in the first-half and on the few occasions they did get in behind Beaconsfield, Raiders found their progress halted by some questionable offside decisions.
Hughes has represented Mercedes-Benz for more than 40 years, operating outlets in Beaconsfield and Aylesbury, which is an adjacent market area to Vertu's existing Mercedes-Benz operations in Reading, Ascot and Slough.
An arson investigation has been launched following the ferocious fire at the former FAB Furniture Shop on Beaconsfield Road - which remains closed, along with Bury Road.
MOTORISTS HAVE BEEN LEFT SCRATCHING THEIR HEADS OVER THE NEW LAYOUT WHERE BEACONSFIELD ROAD CROSSES DURHAM ROAD IN LOW FELL.
Readers of the long and warm obituary in the Jewish Chronicle on 29 April 1881 were assured, "The fact is recognised on all sides: the Jews may claim Lord Beaconsfield as one of their representative men." In his presidential lecture for the Jewish Historical Society of England in 1904, Lucien Wolf managed both to demolish the myth of Disraeli's origins and claim him for the Jews as an example of patriotism and public service: "In Lord Beaconsfield some of the best blood in Jewrythe blood of men and women inured to hardship, a thirst for freedom, and invincibly attached to high idealswas touched by the sympathetic genius of British traditions and forthwith produced a great Englishman."
Parents of pupils who attend Beaconsfield High School in Beaconsfield pay the the largest premium for their homes, with properties selling at an average GBP636,132, which is 186% above the average house price of GBP342,166 in neighbouring locations.
Rugby Town????????????????????????????????????2 Beaconsfield????????????????????????????????????1 RUGBY needed two goals in the final 10 minutes to overhaul a resolute Beacons-field side with Fazel Koriya's winner coming in injury time.
The postcard is entitled "Lord Beaconsfield" which was another name for Benjamin Disraeli, 1st Earl of Beaconsfield, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1874 to 1880 during the reign of Queen Victoria.