Earl of, Disraeli, Benjamin.
a city in S Quebec, in E Canada: suburb of Montreal.
Historical Examples

Long Cecil made some excellent practice, while the Boers occupied themselves with Beaconsfield.
The Siege of Kimberley T. Phelan

At his home in Beaconsfield, Chesterton has a wonderful toy theatre.
Gilbert Keith Chesterton Patrick Braybrooke

Meanwhile the Beaconsfield Town Guard had a tussle with the foe, and, after much firing on either side, he eventually retired.
South Africa and the Transvaal War, Vol. 3 (of 6) Louis Creswicke

“I will say Beaconsfield,” he would exclaim (cheers and hisses).
An Edinburgh Eleven J. M. Barrie

One stall arrested and held my attention—that of the Earl of Beaconsfield.
An American Four-In-Hand in Britain Andrew Carnegie

It is on the road that leads to Beaconsfield, four miles away.
Milton’s England Lucia Ames Mead

The Beaconsfield Sanatorium continued to be the chief object of Boer solicitude.
The Siege of Kimberley T. Phelan

The death of the Mayor of Beaconsfield was announced in the afternoon.
The Siege of Kimberley T. Phelan

Beaconsfield alone among all the statues showed the hard-lined face of the self-made man.
A Duet Arthur Conan Doyle

He instances Mr. Burke, who ploughs with four oxen at Beaconsfield.
The Atlantic Monthly, Vol. 13, No. 79, May, 1864 Various

a town in SE England, in Buckinghamshire. Pop: 12 292 (2001)
1st Earl of. title of (Benjamin) Disraeli


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