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A letter from the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, to the worth
Answer to Mr. Fox's speech
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.
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Charles James Fox and the borough of Bridgwater
Charles James Fox, Mitglied des englischen Parlaments, Staats-Sekretair *. - [ca. 1830]
Correspondence of the late G. Wakefield wieth the late Charles Fox in*. -
Correspondence of the late Gilbert Wakefield, B. A., with the late Right Honourable Charles James Fox, in the years 1796 ... 1801, chiefly, on subjects of classical literature.
debate on the subject of a regency, in the House of Commons, on Tuesday, December 16, 1788. Containing the speeches of Mr. Pitt, Mr. Fox, &c. &c., with a correct list of the division thereon., The
Debates in both Houses of Parliament on the bill introduced by Charles James Fox, for removing doubts respecting the functions of juries in cases of libel ...
Fox against fox!!! or Political blossoms of the Right Hon. Charles James Fox Selected from his speeches in the House of Commons, on the omnipotence of Parliament, in the appointment of the ministers of the crown. Contrasted with his present arguments in favour of prerogative. Shewing how easily a staunch whig may become a professed tory. To which are added, the speeches of Mr. Pitt and Mr. Fox, on Wednesday December 10th, 1788, on the subject of a regency. Embellished with a curious fronticepiece adapted to the occasion; and a design for the revolution pillar at runemede. The honourable gentleman should indeed lose the name of the man of the people. Sir Richard Hill. Debates, 1783.
Fox and Pitt's Speeches in the House of Commons on Tuesday, June 8, 1784. These speeches (which are an abridgement of all the arguments ... upon the business of the Westminster scrutiny ...) are proceeded by a brief impartial detail of the progress and proceedings in this affair, ..
Fox-North coalition, The
genuine speech of the Right Hon. Charles James Fox, The : spoken at the Whig club of England, Dec. 4 1792, with a poetical expositioin [sic] of his political principles.
Geschichte der früheren Regierungszeit James II.. -
Geschiedenis der regering der twee laatste koningen uit het Huis van Stuart
Glasoviti govori
heads of Mr. Fox's speech containing the arguments he opposed to the fourth Irish proposition, in a committee of the whole House of Commons, May 23, 1785, The : to which is added a correct list of the minority in the House of Commons, on Mr. Chancellor Pitt's Irish propositions.
Histoire des 2 derniers rois de la Maison de Stuart. -
Histoire des deux derniers rois de la maison de Stuart suivie de pièces originales et justificatives
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 : with an introductory chapter
History of the reign of James II
homem do quadro, O
interesting debate on mr. Grey's motion in the House of Commons, on wednesday, March 25, 1801, The : for an enquiry into the State of the Nation, with the speeches at length of mr. Grey, mr. Fox, mr. Dundas, mr. Pitt, and a correct Lift of the Minority.
letter from the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, to the worthy and independent electors of the city and liberty of Westminster, A
letter to the Right Hon. Charles James Fox on the subject of the association lately formed at the Free-Mason's-Tavern., A
letter to the Right Honorable Charles James Fox, on the late debates upon the Declaratory Bill in Parliament, and in Leadenhall Street, A
letter to the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, on the late debates upon the Declaratory bill in Parliament, A
letter to the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, one of His Majesty's principal secretaries of state, A
life and times of Charles James Fox, The
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Memorials and correspondence. : Edited by John Russell.
Memorials and Correspondence of Charles James Fox
Mr. Fox's speech in the British Hous[e] 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
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.
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Observations on the principles and tendency of the East-India bills proposed by the Right Honourable Charles James Fox and the Right Honourable William Pitt with short sketches of their political characters.
People's answer to the court pamphlet, entitled "A Short review of the political state of Great Britain". Third edition, The
Proceedings in a action for debt, between the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, plaintiff, and John Horne Tooke, Esq., defendant.
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, 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, By the Right Hon. Charles James Fox., The
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 an parlement d'Angleterre...
Recueil de discours prononcés au palement d'Angleterre.
Recueil de discours prononcés au parlement d'Angleterre
Remarks on a pamphlet, published as Mr. Fox's speech, at the opening of the Parliament including some observations on the nature and causes of the present war ...
Réponse du peuple au pamphlet de la cour, intitulé : "Court examen de l'état politique de la Grande-Bretagne, au commencement de l'année 1787". Traduit de l'anglois, de M. D. sur la 4e édition, par M. L. D.
Report of Fox's speech in the H. of Commons on the 25th of March, 1801
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 Hon. C.J. Fox, against the address to His Majesty, approving of the refusal to enter into a negotiation for peace with the French republic with a list of the minority, &c. &c. &c., The
Speech (at length) of the Rt. Hon. C.J. Fox, on Mr. Pitt's new scheme of finance; or, New assessed taxes, on Thursday, December 14, 1797
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, Monday, the 3d of February, 1800, The : on a motion for an address to the throne, approving of the refusal of ministers to treat with the French Republic.
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., The
speech of the Right Hon. Charles James Fox, in the House of Commons, Jan. 4, 1793. on the alien bill, The
speech of the Right Hon. Charles James Fox, in the House of Commons on the Irish resolutions, on Thursday, May 12, 1785, to which is added an authentic copy of the resolutions, as originally proposed and now altered by Mr. Chancellor Pitt., The
speech of the Right Hon. Charles James Fox, in the House of Commons, on Tuesday, March 24, 1795. 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., The
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 Right Honourable Charles James Fox, at a general meeting of the electors of Westminster, assembled in Westminster-Hall, July 17, 1782 ... Taken in short-hand by W. Blanchard ..., The
Speech of the right honourable Charles James Fox, at a general meeting of the electors of Westminster assembled... July 17, 1782... taken in short hand by W. Blanchard,... New edition, The
speech of the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, in the House of Commons, on the Irish resolutions, on Thursday, May 12, 1785. To which is added, an authentic copy of the resolutions, as originally proposed and now altered by Mr. Chancellor Pitt., The
Speech of the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, on Mr. Whitbread's motions on the Russian armament, Thursday, March 1, 1792
speech of the Rt. Hon. Charles James Fox, as extracted from the Morning Chronicle. Published by order of the Friends of Liberty, Dundee, 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.
speech of the Rt. Hon. Chas. James Fox, in the House of Commons, June 10th, 1806, on a motion preparatory to the introduction of a bill for abolition of the slave trade, The
Speeches during the French Revolution
Speeches during the French revolutionary war period.
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 the Right Hon. C.J. Fox, in the British House of Commons, on Feb. first and twelfth, M, DCC, XCIII, The
speeches of the right honourable Charles James Fox in the House of Commons, with a biographical memoir ..., The
Speeches of the Rt. Hon. the Earl of Chatham, the Rt. Hon. Richard Brinsley Sheridan, and the Rt. Hon. Lord Erskine [and the Rt. Hon. Charles James Fox] ..., The
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 Honorable 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, The : as reported in The morning chronicle.
Substance of the speech of the Right Honourable Charles James Fox, on Monday, December 1, 1783 Upon a motion for the commitment of the bill "For visiting 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 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 is 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
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
Two speeches, delivered in the House of Commons, on Tuesday the 2d of March, 1790, by Ch. James Fox, in support of his motion for a repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts.
Voorstel van den heer Fox, over de bemiddeling van Rusland, in het Huis der Gemeente, vrijdag den 27 meij 1803.
warning voice, or, An answer to the speech of the Right Honourable Mr. Secretary Fox, upon East-India affairs on Tuesday the 18th of November, 1783., A
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
Wyndham Lewis on art : collected writings 1913-1956
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