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Benjamin Disraeli - Former Prime Minister and leading social and literary figure, Disraeli was awarded the Freedom of the City in July 1878.
Most unusual, he said, was a carving of Benjamin Disraeli on Huddersfield Parish Church - the only Christian church with a Jew depicted on it.
Or what about the case of one of the Great Emancipator's contemporaries, Benjamin Disraeli, who so ably led the greatest empire of the age?
Statesman Benjamin Disraeli once cautioned against reading history, which he characterized as "nothing but biography, for that is life without theory.
Benjamin Disraeli certainly spoke the truth when he said there were 'lies, damned lies and statistics'.
Isaac D'Israeli (1766-1848), father of Benjamin Disraeli, was an only child who repudiated his family's expectations of a career in commerce for one in literature.
Benjamin Disraeli once said: ``There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies and statistics''.
The archive includes correspondence between the John Murray publishing company, which was founded in 1768, and Jane Austen, Charles Darwin, Sir Walter Scott, Benjamin Disraeli, David Livingstone, Thomas Carlyle and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
This was the work of Benjamin Disraeli, familiar to the nation as Dizzy.
Along the way he quotes other travelers, such as Benjamin Disraeli, Edward Lear, and Lord Byron, on Greek history.
The statesman Benjamin Disraeli said that change is inevitable, and so it seems in the mass storage industry as well.
Benjamin Disraeli, British Prime Minister (1804--1881)

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