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Charles Fox I
Charles, I Fox
Charles James Fox (britischer Staatsmann und Redner)
Charles James Fox (British Whig statesman)
Charles James Fox (britisk politikar)
Charles James Fox (britisk politiker)
Charles James Fox (Brits politicus (1749-1806))
Charles James Fox (brittisk politiker)
Charles James Fox (personnalité politique britannique)
Charles James Fox (politico britannico)
Fox, C. J.
Fox, Charles I
Fox, Charles I (English painter, 1749-1809)
Fox, Charles J.
Fox, Charles Jacques
Fox, Charles James
Fox, Charles James (Mr)
Фокс, Чарльз Джеймс
Чарльз Джемс Фокс
צ'ארלס ג'יימס פוקס
تشارلز جيمس فوكس
چارلز جیمز فاکس (سیاستمدار بریتانیایی)
Manuscript language material
Burke, Edmund (1729-1797)
Burke, Edmund (1729?-1797)
Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons
Holland, Henry Richard Vassall Baron, 1773-1840
Janvry, Haudry de
Janvry, Hauvry de
Jussieu, Laurent-Pierre de
Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Pitt, William (1759-1806)
Pre-1801 Imprint Collection (Library of Congress)
Russell, John (1792-1878)
Russell, John Russell (1792-1878)
Selecções do Reader's Digest
Soltau, Dietrich Wilhelm (1745-1827)
Tooke, John Horne (1736-1812)
beauties of Fox, concisting of selections from his works., The
beauties of Fox, North and Burke, selected from their speeches from the passing of the Quebec Act, in the year 1774, down to the present time; with a copious index to the whole, and an address to the public., The
Brief van Charles James Fox (1749-1806), Brits staatsman
comparative statement of the two bills, for the better government of the British possessions in India brought into parliament by Mr. Fox and Mr. Pitt, A : with explanatory observations
Facts submitted to the consideration of the friends to civil and religious liberty but more particularly addressed to the Protestant dissenters of England and Wales; containing Bishop Horsley's extraordinary letter to the clergy of his diocese; and the substance of Mr. Fox's speech on the repeal of the Test laws.
Fox's historical work
Geschichte der früheren Regierungszeit James II.. -
Geschiedenis der regering der twee laatste koningen uit het Huis van Stuart
Histoire des deux derniers rois de la maison de Stuart
History of the counter-revolution in England, for the re-establishment of popery, under Charles II. and James II.
history of the early part of the reign of James the Second, A
homem do quadro, O
letter from the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, to the worthy and independent electors of the city and liberty of Westminster, A
Life of the Right Honourable C. J. Fox ... comprehending a brief view of the times in which he lived; some account of his principal contemporaries; his occasional verses, and other productions. Illustrated, etc., The
Mau tempo no verão
Memorials and correspondence of Charles James Fox
Mr. Burke's speech, on the 1st December 1783 upon the question of the speaker's leaving the chair, in order for the House to resolve itself into a committee on Mr. Fox's East India bill.
Mr. Fox's reply to Mr. Pitt, upon reporting the fourth proposition of the Irish system : purporting that all laws for the regulation of trade and navigation shall have equal force in Ireland as in England. On Tuesday, May 31, 1785.
Mr. Fox's speech in the British House of Commons : together with the speeches of the Right Honourable William Pitt, the Honourable Mr. Jenkinson, and Mr. Whitbread, on the Russian armament, the 29th of February--and 1st of March--1792.
Napoleon Bonaparte and the siege of Toulon.
Proceedings in an action for debt, between the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, plaintiff, and John Horne Tooke, Esq. defendant. Published by the defendant.
proposals for a general peace submitted to the French republic through the negotiation of Lord Malmesbury, The : examined and exposed in a speech delivered on His Lordship's official correspondence with M. Delacroix being presented to the House of Commons, Dec. 30, 1796
Recueil de discours prononcés au Parlement d'Angleterre
speech at full length of the Right Hon. Charles James Fox on the address to His Majesty, on his speech to both houses of Parliament, January the twenty-first, 1794., The
speech (at length) of the Rt. Hon. C. J. Fox, The : on Mr. Pitt's new scheme of finance; or, new assessed taxes, on Thursday, December 14, 1797.
speech of the Hon. Charles James Fox, at a general meeting of the electors of Westminster, held ... on Monday the 10th of December, 1781, for the purpose of considering of such measures as may be thought adviseable in the present ... alarming situation of the kingdom, The
speech of the Honorable Charles James Fox, on the motion for an enquiry into the state of the nation, on the 25th of March, 1801, The : to which is added an appendix, illustrating some passages of the speech, and contributing to the means of forming a full judgment upon the most momentous questions that agitate the public in the present crisis.
speech of the Honourable Charles James Fox, in the House of Commons, on Monday, the 3d of February, 1800, on a motion for an address to the throne, approving of the refusal of ministers to treat with the French Republic, The
speech of the Right Hon. Charles James Fox: containing the declaration of his principles, respecting the present crisis of public affairs, and a reform in the representation of the people. Spoken at the Whig club of England, Dec. 4, 1792 ..., The
speech of the Right Hon. Charles James Fox, in the House of Commons, on Tuesday, March 24, 1795, The : on a motion "That the House do resolve itself into a committee of the whole House to consider of the state of the nation" : to which is added a correct list of the minority.
speech of the Right Hon. Charles James Fox, on the speech delivered to the House of commons, at the opening of Parliament, Dec. 13, 1792, commonly called the King's speech. With a list of those patriots who divided in favour of the people., The
speech of the Rt. Hon. Charles James Fox, in the House of Commons, on the Irish resolutions, on Thursday, May 12, 1785., The : To which is added an authentic copy of the resolutions, as originally proposed and now altered by Mr. Chancellor Pitt.
speeches (at length) of the Right Honourable C.J. Fox, T. Erskine, &c. &c. &c. At a meeting held at the Shakespeare Tavern, Covent Garden, on Thursday, October 10, 1797; being the anniversary of Mr. Fox's election for the city of Westminster, The
Speeches during the French revolutionary war period.
speeches in the House of Commons, with a biographical memoir
speeches of John Horne Tooke, during the Westminster election, 1796: with his two addresses to the electors of Westminster. Also, the speech of the Right Hon. C. J. Fox, on the last day but one of the election., The
Speeches of Mr. Pitt and Mr. Fox, in the House of Commons, on Monday, Nov. 23, on the bill for preventing seditious meetings and assemblies
state of the negotiation [between Great Britain and France], The : with details of its progress and causes of its termination, in the recall of the Earl of Lauderdale
Substance of the speech of the Honourable Charles James Fox, on Tuesday, May 24, 1803, on the renewal of the war between Great Britain and France: together with a brief summary of the proceedings, on Friday, May 27, on his motion to address His Majesty to accept the mediation of the emperor of Russia.
Substance of the speech of the Right Honourable Charles James Fox on Monday, November 1, 1783 upon a motion for the commitment of the bill "for vesting the affairs of the East-India Company in the hands of certain commissioners for the benefit of the proprietors and of the public."
substance of the speech of the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, on Mr. Grey's motion in the House of Commons, Friday, May 26, 1797, For Leave to bring in a Bill to amend and regulate the Election of Members to serve in the Commons House of Parliament; as reported in The morning chronicle, The
Voorstel over de bemiddeling van Rusland
Whole of the speeches of the three candidates, for the city of Westminster, During the election which commenced on Friday, May 27, and ended on Monday June 13, 1796. With the state of the poll for each day. Taken in short-hand on the hustings. To which is added the poll for the former election., The