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  1. Henry Fox, 1st Baron Holland, PC (28 September 1705 – 1 July 1774) was an English peer and Whig politician who served as the Secretary at War from 1746 to 1755. He also held the offices of Secretary of State for the Southern Department from 1755 to 1756 and Paymaster of the Forces from 1757 to 1765, enriching himself while holding ...

  2. 13 de mar. de 2024 · Henry Fox, 1st Baron Holland (born September 28, 1705—died July 1, 1774, Kensington, near London) was an English politician, notable chiefly for the success with which he exploited public office for private gain. The second son of Sir Stephen Fox, he inherited a large share of the riches that his father had accumulated but ...

  3. Georgiana Carolina Fox, 1st Baroness Holland, of Holland (27 March 1723 – 24 July 1774), known as Lady Caroline Lennox before 1744 and as Lady Caroline Fox from 1744 to 1762, was the eldest of the Lennox sisters.

  4. The first Baron Holland of Foxley was the second and youngest son from the second marriage of the politician Sir Stephen Fox, and the younger brother of Stephen Fox-Strangways, 1st Earl of Ilchester, whose title was created with remainder to Henry Fox failing any heirs male of his body.

  5. Henry Fox, 1st Baron Holland, PC (28 September 1705 – 1 July 1774) was an English peer and Whig politician who served as the Secretary at War from 1746 to 1755. He also held the offices of Secretary of State for the Southern Department from 1755 to 1756 and Paymaster of the Forces from 1757 to 1765, enriching himself while holding the latter ...

  6. Henry Fox, primer barón de Holanda, PC (28 de septiembre de 1705 - 1 de julio de 1774), de Holland House en Kensington y de Holland House en Kingsgate, Kent, fue un destacado político británico. Se identificó principalmente con la facción Whig .

  7. Information. Related objects. Also known as. Henry Fox, 1st Baron Holland. primary name: primary name: Fox, Henry. other name: other name: (Baron) Holland of Foxley. Details. individual; politician/statesman; British; Male. Life dates. 1705-1774. Biography. Politician, instrumental for the Peace of Paris (1763).