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1878 and Disraeli
Disraeli scored another diplomatic success at the Congress of Berlin in 1878, in preventing Bulgaria from gaining full independence, limiting the growing influence of Russia in the Balkans and breaking up the League of the Three Emperors.
The first official recognition given to the office had only been in the Treaty of Berlin in 1878, when Disraeli signed as " First Lord of the Treasury and Prime Minister of her Britannic Majesty ".
As a result, the Treaty of Berlin ( 1878 ), under the supervision of Otto von Bismarck of the German empire and Benjamin Disraeli of Britain, revised the earlier treaty, and scaled back the proposed Bulgarian state.
In 1874 when Disraeli formed an administration Salisbury returned as Secretary of State for India and in 1878 was appointed Foreign Secretary and played a leading part in the Congress of Berlin, despite doubts over Disraeli's pro-Ottoman policy.
Among his later writings must be mentioned the monographs on Søren Kierkegaard ( 1877 ), on Esaias Tegnér ( 1878 ), on Benjamin Disraeli ( 1878 ), Ferdinand Lassalle ( in German, 1877 ), Ludvig Holberg ( 1884 ), on Henrik Ibsen ( 1899 ) and on Anatole France ( 1905 ).
Anton von Werner, Congress of Berlin ( 1881 ): Final meeting at the Reich Chancellery on 13 July 1878, Otto von Bismarck | Bismarck between Gyula Andrássy and Pyotr Andreyevich Shuvalov | Pyotr Shuvalov, on the left Alajos Károlyi, Alexander Gorchakov and Benjamin Disraeli
He served under Benjamin Disraeli as Under-Secretary of State for India from 1874 to 1878 and as Vice-President of the Committee on Education from 1878 to 1880 and was sworn of the Privy Council in 1878.
He was made Under-Secretary for War in 1875 and Under-Secretary to the Colonies in 1878 by Disraeli.
He accompanied Disraeli ( who in 1876 had been ennobled as Earl of Beaconsfield ) to the Congress of Berlin in 1878, where he acted as one of the secretaries of the special embassy of Great Britain.
File: Benjamin Disraeli by Cornelius Jabez Hughes, 1878. jpg | Former British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli, a centre-right member of the British Conservative Party.
Weigall was the fifth son of a Victorian artist, Henry Weigall ( best known for his portrait of Disraeli in 1878 – 1879 ), and his wife Lady Rose Fane, daughter of John Fane, 11th Earl of Westmorland.
The phrase echoed Benjamin Disraeli, who upon returning from the Congress of Berlin in 1878 stated " I have returned from Germany with peace in our time.
He held office under the Earl of Derby as Paymaster-General and Vice-President of the Board of Trade in 1859 and under the Benjamin Disraeli as Lord Privy Seal between 1878 and 1880.

1878 and refused
The claim had been submitted to Surrey re the controversial 1878 match in which Billy Midwinter was brought in as a late replacement, but Surrey refused to pay it and this provoked the enquiry.
He was the leader of the free traders, and after 1878 refused to follow Bismarck in his new policy of protection, state socialism and colonial development.
In September 1878, Lytton sent an emissary to Afghanistan who was refused entry.
However, Boucher de Boucherville was deposed in 1878 by Lieutenant Governor Luc Letellier de Saint-Just over a conflict about railway legislation that the Lieutenant Governor refused to approve.
He refused an appointment to the Canadian Senate but accepted an appointment as the fifth Lieutenant Governor of New Brunswick in 1878.
Wigginton contested the election, eventually forcing Pacheco to leave in 1878 when the House Committee on Elections refused Pacheco's certificate of election.
The popes — Pius IX ( died 1878 ) and his successors Leo XIII ( reigned 1878 – 1903 ), St Pius X ( 1903 – 14 ), Benedict XV ( 1914 – 22 ) and ( from 1922 until the issue was resolved in 1929 ) Pius XI — refused to accept this unilateral decision, which, they felt, could be reversed by the same power that granted it, and which did not ensure that their decisions would be clearly seen to be free from interference by a political power.
In September 1878 he was attached to the staff of a British mission to Kabul, Afghanistan, which the Afghans refused to allow to proceed through the Khyber Pass.
He refused to follow Bismarck in his financial and economic policy after 1878 ; always unsympathetic to the chancellor, he was now selected for his most bitter attacks.
In 1878 he was working as the manager of the newspaper El Álbum when he participated along with a group of independence advocates in the seizure of San Cristóbal when they refused submit to the authority of the new president of the state.
But he refused to accept the propositions he encountered and brought his questions to Frege, who had undertaken a program to base mathematics on logic ( 1878 ).
He served with the East India Army in the 1st Bengal Fusiliers and then transferred into political service, becoming Deputy Commisssioner at Peshawar, and was appointed as envoy by the Viceroy Lord Lytton in the 1878 mission to Kabul which the Afghans refused to let proceed.
Already in 1878, voices sounded for Reitz to run for the presidency, but President Brand's position was still very strong and Reitz openly praised his qualities and refused to stand against him.
Henry Fowle Durant, the founder of Wellesley College, offered Palmer instructorships in mathematics and then Greek at Wellesley College in 1877 and 1878 but she refused them.

1878 and Queen
* Queen Victoria – the British Weights and Measures Act of 1878 defined it as containing 4, 840 square yards.
Queen Esther ( 1878 ) as imagined by Edwin Long.
In July 1878, he walked from Dundee to Balmoral, a distance of about over mountainous terrain and through a violent thunderstorm, " wet to the skin ", to perform for Queen Victoria.
* April 25 – Princess Alice of the United Kingdom, third child of Queen Victoria ( d. 1878 )
One of the forces that drove the spread of the rosary during the 19th century among Roman Catholics was the influence of the Rosary Pope, a title given to Pope Leo XIII ( 1878 – 1903 ) because he issued a record twelve encyclicals and five Apostolic Letters on the rosary, instituted the Catholic custom of daily rosary prayer during the month of October and, in 1883, added the invocation Queen of the most Holy Rosary to the Litany of Loreto.
In 1878, the railroad purchased a site for a station across the creek in Queen Anne ’ s County, and, quite logically, named it Queen Anne when the station was finally put into service about 1882.
Crompton set up his original factory known as the ' Arc Works ' in Queen Street in 1878.
Margherita of Savoy ( Margherita Maria Teresa Giovanna ; 20 November 1851 – 4 January 1926 ), was the Queen consort of the Kingdom of Italy during the reign ( 1878 – 1900 ) of her husband, Umberto I.
* 9 January 1878 – 29 July 1900 Her Majesty The Queen of Italy
Among her most celebrated roles with Irving were Ophelia, Pauline in The Lady of Lyons by Edward George Bulwer-Lytton ( 1878 ), Portia ( 1879 ), Queen Henrietta Maria in William Gorman Wills's drama Charles I ( 1879 ), Desdemona in Othello ( 1881 ), Camma in Tennyson's short tragedy The Cup ( 1881 ), Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing, another of her signature roles ( 1882 and often thereafter ), Juliet in Romeo and Juliet ( 1882 ), Jeanette in The Lyons Mail by Charles Reade ( 1883 ), the title part in Reade's romantic comedy Nance Oldfield ( 1883 ), Viola in Twelfth Night ( 1884 ), Margaret in the long-running adaptation of Faust by Wills ( 1885 ), the title role in Olivia ( 1885, which she had played earlier at the Court Theatre ), Lady Macbeth in Macbeth ( 1888, with incidental music by Arthur Sullivan ), Queen Katherine in Henry VIII ( 1892 ), Cordelia in King Lear ( 1892 ), Rosamund de Clifford in Becket by Alfred Tennyson ( 1893 ), Guinevere in King Arthur by J. Comyns Carr, with incidental music by Sullivan ( 1895 ), Imogen in Cymbeline ( 1896 ), the title character in Victorien Sardou and Émile Moreau's play Madame Sans-Gêne ( 1897 ) and Volumnia in Coriolanus ( 1901 ).
The hamlet is named for the nearby Lake Louise, which in turn was named after the Princess Louise Caroline Alberta ( 1848 – 1939 ), the fourth daughter of Queen Victoria, and the wife of John Campbell, the 9th Duke of Argyll, who was the Governor General of Canada from 1878 to 1883.
His eldest son Reverend Canon Frederick Alfred John Hervey ( 1846 – 1910 ) was Chaplain-in-Ordinary to Queen Victoria from 1886 to 1901, and Domestic Chaplain to King Edward VII from 1878 to 1910.
Queen Victoria created him a Knight of the Garter on 1 August 1878.
# Queen Cheonin of the Andong Kim clan ( 철인왕후 김씨, 1837 – 1878 )
On erection of the obelisk in 1878 a time capsule was concealed in the front part of the pedestal, it contained: A set of 12 photographs of the best looking English women of the day, a box of hairpins, a box of cigars, several tobacco pipes, a set of imperial weights, a baby's bottle, some children's toys, a shilling razor, a hydraulic jack and some samples of the cable used in erection, a 3 ' bronze model of the monument, a complete set of British coins, a rupee, a portrait of Queen Victoria, a written history of the strange tale of the transport of the monument, plans on vellum, a translation of the inscriptions, copies of the bible in several languages, a copy of Whitaker's Almanack, a Bradshaw Railway Guide, a map of London and copies of 10 daily newspapers.
Maria Christina of the Two Sicilies (, ; 27 April 1806 – 22 August 1878 ) was Queen consort of Spain ( 1829 to 1833 ) and Regent of Spain ( 1833 to 1840 ).
* 17 October 1840-22 August 1878 Her Majesty Queen Maria Cristina
* Princess Alice of the United Kingdom ( Grand Duchess of Hesse, 1843 – 1878 ), member of the British royal family, the third child and second daughter of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha
The " Moore Office Queen " was patented in 1878 in Indiana in the United States by the Moore Combination Desk Company.
This book was followed by a series of tales, Tippoo Sultaun ( 1840 ), Tara ( 1863 ), Ralph Darnell ( 1865 ), Seeta ( 1872 ), and A Noble Queen ( 1878 ), all illustrating periods of Indian history and society, and giving a prominent place to the native character, for which and the native institutions and traditions he had a great regard and respect.
The gabled and domestically scaled, " Queen Anne " style arrived in New York City with the new housing for the New York House and School of Industry Sidney V. Stratton, architect, 1878 ).
The Most Eminent Order of the Indian Empire is an order of chivalry founded by Queen Victoria in 1878.

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