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- Right Hon. Benjamin Disraeli.
- Singe. January 30, 1869. "He educated the Tories and dished the Whigs to pass Reform, but to have become what he is from what he was is the greatest Reform of all." $180
- Right Hon. William E. Gladstone.
- Singe. February 6, 1869. "Were he a worse man, he would be a better statesman." $150
- Earl of Derby.
- Ape. May 29, 1869. "It is his mission to stem the tide of democracy." $150
- Earl Russell.
- Ape. June 5, 1869. "The greatest liberal statesman of modern times." $150
- Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield.
- Ape. July 2, 1878 "the junior Ambassador." $250
- The Earl of Beaconsfield, K.G. (Benjamin Disraeli) & Montagu Corry, P.S.
- Spy. December 16, 1879. "Power & Place." $180
- Rt. Hon. Arthur James Balfour, P.C., LL.D., M.P.
- Spy. September 24, 1887. "the Irish Secretary." $150
- Rt. Hon. W. Ewart Gladstone, M.P.
- Spy. November 5, 1887. "The Grand Old Man." $185
- Herbert Henry Asquith, Q.C., M.P.
- Spy. August 1, 1891. "East Fife." $150
- Andrew Bonar Law, M.P.
- Spy. March 2, 1905. "A gentle shepherd who would lead his flock into the protectionist fold." [Illustrated above] $150
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