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Bound with An Attempt to explain the late mysterious conduct of the Right Honourable William Pitt. London, 1805.
|Statement||by Robert Adair.|
|Contributions||Adair, Robert, Sir, 1763-1855|
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Charles James Fox (24 January – 13 September ), styled The Honourable fromwas a prominent British Whig statesman whose parliamentary career spanned 38 years of the late 18th and early 19th centuries. He was the arch-rival of the Tory politician William Pitt the father Henry Fox, 1st Baron Holland, a leading Whig of his day, had similarly Education: Eton College.
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Letter to Lord Holland (28 July ), quoted in L. Mitchell, Charles James Fox (London: Penguin, ), p. Peace is the wish of the French of Italy Spain Germany and all the world, and Great Britain alone the cause of preventing its accomplishment, and this not for any point of honour or even interest, but merely lest there should be.
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London, J. Ridgeway, (). SCOTT (John). A Letter to the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, one of His Majesty's Principal Secretary of State. London, J. Stockdale, 8). POPULAR TOPICS, or, the Grand Question Discussed. The Honourable, a style or title of honour common to the United Kingdom, the countries of the Commonwealth, and the United is taken from the French honorable and ultimately derived from the Latin honorabilis (“worthy of honour”).
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Background. In DecemberGeorge III engineered the dismissal of the Fox–North coalition, which he hated, and appointed William Pitt the Younger as Prime had very little personal support in the House of Commons and the supporters of Charles James Fox and Lord North felt that the constitution of the country had been violated.
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Charles James Fox ( - ) Charles James Fox was born on 24 January and was the third son of Henry Fox, first Lord Holland and his wife Lady Caroline Lennox, daughter of the second Duke of Richmond. This made Fox the nephew of the third Duke of Richmond, a leading Rockingham Whig peer.
Fox was educated at Eton and Hertford College. Letter from Lord Auckland to the Right Honorable Edmund Burke. EDEN FARM, KENT, October 28th, My dear Sir,— Though in the stormy ocean of the last twenty-three years we have seldom sailed on the same tack, there has been nothing hostile in our signals or manoeuvres, and, on my part at least, there has been a cordial disposition towards friendly and respectful.
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The fall of eminent men in critical periods a national calamity: a sermon preached at the Gravel-Pit Meeting, Hackney, on Sunday, Septemon occasion of the recent death of the Rt. Hon. Charles James Fox / (London: Printed by C. Stower for Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme, ), by Robert Aspland (page images at HathiTrust).
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Fox a small and contested majority - which Pitt questioned, leading to a recount of the votes. John Charles Spencer, 3rd Earl Spencer, PC, DL, FRS (30 May – 1 October ), styled Viscount Althorp from towas a British was Chancellor of the Exchequer under Lord Grey and Lord Melbourne from to Due to his reputation for integrity he was nicknamed "Honest Jack".Parents: George Spencer, 2nd Earl Spencer, Lady.
The speech of the Right Hon. Charles James Fox: containing the declaration of his principles, respecting the present crisis of public affairs, 3rd edn. George, Prince of Wales, The Correspondence of George Prince of Wales –, Vol. II (–94), ed. Aspinall, by: 2.
Corr. Burke, Edmund, Correspondence of the Right Honourable Edmund Burke between the Yearand the Period of his Decease, ineds. Charles William Wentworth-Fitzwilliam, 5th Earl Fitzwilliam, and Sir Richard Bourke. 4 vols. (London: Francis and John Rivington, ).The House rejected the motion and so declared that Lord Strathnaver was ineligible to be elected an MP for Tain Burghs.
The most prominent English political figure, to represent a Scottish constituency in the 18th century, was Charles James Fox. In the general election, Fox sought re-election for the Westminster constituency.
Political Created from: Dingwall, Dornoch, Kirkwall, Tain, Wick. Tickell, the brother-in-law of Sheridan, published anonymously in — it passed through at least three editions before the next year had run its course — a clever satire entitled "epistle from the honourable Charles Fox partridge shooting, to the honourable John Townshend cruising.".