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Text:"...1782.] CHARLES JAMES FOX. 435 Sunday, June 23rd, 1782. Lord Rockingham, whose health declined since his coming into office, was this day taken ill. He died on Monday, July 1st. Previous..."
Date:Between 1749 and 1806
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...1782.] CHARLES JAMES FOX. 436 Sunday, June 23rd, 1782. - ^Lord Rockingham, whose health declined since his coming into office, was this day taken ill. He died on Monday, July 1st. Previous..."
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Text:"...1782.] CHARLES JAMES FOX. 435 Sunday, June 23rd, 1782. - Lord Rockingham, whose health declined since his coming into office, was this day taken ill. He died on Monday, July 1st. Previous..."
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Text:"... on this subject, and I am, c., CHARLESFOX. Spring Gardens, April 8, 185t, Spring-gardens, March 23rd., 135}. f Dear Sib, - At the Society of Arts on the 4th. inst., you spoke of some case in which a direr had been..."
Date:1857
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Text:"... be Secretary of State. Lord John, however, continued immovable, and on Thursday CharlesFox resigned the seals into his Majestys hands, telling him that he conceived the appointment of Lord Shelburne..."
Date:Between 1749 and 1806
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Text:"... be Secretary of State. Lord John, however, continued immovable, and on Thursday CharlesFox resigned the seals into his Majestys hands, telling him that he conceived the appointment of Lord Shelburne..."
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Text:"...1782.] CHARLES JAMES FOX. 337 *We now return to the general position of the Ministry. The letters from IMr. Grrenville to Mr. Fox will have shown the reader that serious differences existed between..."
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Text:"...1782.] CHARLES JAMES FOX. 337 *We now return to the general position of the Ministry. The letters from Mr. Grenville to Mr. Fox will have shown the reader that serious differences existed between Mr..."
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Text:"... to the Court, which was certainly true. October 9th. Lord Lincoln gave up the scrutiny for Westminster. CharlesFox was returned. October 31st. Parliament met. The first day in the Commons was appointed..."
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Text:"..., which was certainly true. October 9th. Lord Lincoln gave up the scrutiny for Westminster. CharlesFox was returned. October 31st. Parliament met. The first day in the Commons was appointed for choosing..."
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Text:"... to the Court, which was certainly true. October 9th. Lord Lincoln gave up the scrutiny for Westminster. CharlesFox was returned. October 31st. Parliament met. The first day in the Commons was appointed..."
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Text:"... humiliated he must be ! Adieu. Compliments to Lord Ossory. I am afraid I cannot be at Ampthill before Newmarket. Yours affectionately, C. J, FOX. HONOURABLE CHARLES JAMES FOX TO THE MARQUIS OF ROCKLNGHAM..."
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Text:"... to Patrick Henry, how humiliated he must be ! Adieu. Compliments to Lord Ossory. I am afraid I cannot be at Ampthill before Newmarket. ** Yours affectionately, C. J. FOX. HONOURABLE CHARLES JAMES FOX..."
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Text:"... before five in the morning, nor out of it before two at noon/ February 20. ^ CharlesFox made a motion in the House of Commons for inquiring into the ill-success of the Kings arms in America, and laid open..."
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Text:"...1776.] CHARLES JAMES FOX. 127 this is an occasion wliere a man not over-scrupulous ought to think for himself. It does not need surely the tenth part of your good sense to see how cruel..."
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Text:"...126 COHRESPONDENCE OF [^TAT. 26. but won over by CharlesFox, now declared themselves in Opposition. The elder brother spoke sensibly and well, the younger very well. CharlesFox outshone himself..."
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Text:"... to the Court, which was certainly true. October 9th. Lord Lincoln gave up the scrutiny for Westminster. CharlesFox was returned. October 31st. ParUament met. The first day in the Commons was appointed..."
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Text:"..., till I hear from you.^ October 31. On Address. ^^ CharlesFox answered Lord Gr. Grermaine in one of his finest and most animated orations, and with severity to the answered person. He made Lord Norths..."
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Text:"... five in the morning, nor out of it before two at noon/ February 20. CharlesFox made a motion in the House of Commons for inquiring into the ill-success of the Kings arms in America, and laid open all..."
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Text:"...1780.] CHARLES JAMES FOX. ^211 God you will not fail being at Cambridge on Saturday. The best thing you can do is to come here Wednesday, stay Thursday, and go Friday to Cambridge. Indeed, I should..."
Date:Between 1749 and 1806
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