4 edition of Charles James Fox. found in the catalog.
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Eventually he formed a coalition with Lord North that came to power on April 2, 1783. The charm of his conversation could not survive, and the brilliance of his speeches is but faintly visible in the imperfect parliamentary reports. Edmund Burke from The Historical and Posthumous Memoirs of Sir Nathaniel Wraxall 1884 Fox became known as the Man of the People, publicly supporting reform.
Our domestic misunderstandings, when we have them, are of small extent, though monstrously magnified by your microscopic newspapers. The Cambridge History of British Foreign Charles James Fox. 1783—1919 by Sir A W Ward and G P Gooch edsCambridge, 1922. He conceived, digested, and replied at once. Biography The parliamentary careers of Henry and Charles James Fox span more than seventy years: before the fall of Walpole, Henry Fox was a man of standing in the House of Commons, and his son lived to see Napoleon Emperor of the French.
Fox's historical reputation has been hotly disputed. He was known for his tendency to spoil his children, whom he allowed to mingle with the numerous public figures who came to dine at the Fox household. the British dominions cannot furnish anything beyond him.
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The Works of Benjamin Franklin, Vol.
Had Fox been able to win the confidence of the King as he had done that of the Commons, he would have consolidated his power.