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  1. Charles James Fox (24 January 1749 – 13 September 1806), styled The Honourable from 1762, was a British Whig politician and statesman whose parliamentary career spanned 38 years of the late 18th and early 19th centuries.

  2. Charles James Fox (Westminster, 24 de enero de 1749-Chiswick, 13 de septiembre de 1806) fue un relevante político whig británico, conocido por su campaña anti esclavista, y por apoyar la independencia estadounidense de Inglaterra, así como a la revolución francesa.

  3. Charles James Fox (born Jan. 24, 1749, London, England—died Sept. 13, 1806, Chiswick, Middlesex [now in Hounslow, London]) was Britain’s first foreign secretary (1782, 1783, 1806), a famous champion of liberty, whose career, on the face of it, was nevertheless one of almost unrelieved failure.

  4. Charles James Fox, (born Jan. 24, 1749, London, Eng.—died Sept. 13, 1806, Chiswick, Middlesex), British politician. He entered Parliament in 1768 and became leader of the Whigs in the House of Commons, where he used his brilliant oratorical skills to strongly oppose Britain’s policy toward the American colonies.

  5. Charles James Fox. Foreign Secretary March to July 1782, April to December 1783 and February to September 1806. Fox was a gambling addict, womaniser, debtor, and dandy who was forgiven his...

  6. Charles James Fox, 1749-1806. By Dr Mark Pack. Type: Biography. Charles James Fox was born in London on 24 January 1749. His family was firmly placed within the political establishment, with his mother being the great-granddaughter of Charles II and his father having faithfully served Walpole for many years. From his early years, Fox mixed both ...

  7. 4 de jun. de 1992 · This book shows that in many ways Fox was a politician through circumstance, not inclination. The book analyses the ties of kinship and friendship which to an astonishing degree dictated Fox's politics, and offers striking new assessments of Whiggery and its most potent personality.