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  1. Stephen Fox, 2nd Baron Holland (1745–1774), eldest son and heir, of delicate health in his early childhood. [1] Like his younger brother he was a notorious gambler. His father bequeathed him his Wiltshire estate, £5,000 per annum and £20,000 cash. [3] Henry Charles Fox (1746–1746), second son, died in infancy. [1]

  2. hace 2 días · Henry Fox (1705–1774) was an ally of Robert Walpole and rival of Pitt the Elder, and had amassed a considerable fortune by exploiting his position as Paymaster General of the forces. Charles James Fox's elder brother Stephen (1745–1774) became the 2nd Baron Holland, and his younger brother Henry (1755–1811) had a distinguished military career. [4]

  3. hace 2 días · Major-General Alexander Cambridge, 1st Earl of Athlone (1874—1957), Head of British Mission Belgian, Grand Quartier Général. Brigadier-General John Stewart-Murray, 8th Duke of Atholl (1871—1942), Scottish Horse Mounted Brigade. Brigadier Robert Ringrose Gelston Atkins [2] (1891—1969), Royal Army Medical Corps.

  4. 19/06/2022 · Between 1924 and 1927 he played ten first-class matches, scoring 147 runs at an average of 16.33 with a best score of 37 not out. As a bowler he took 12 wickets at an average of 30.25 with a best of 3 for 43. Three of his first-class games were internationals against Argentina on the MCC "representative" tour of South America in 1926–27. [10]

  5. The siege of Malta, also known as the siege of Valletta or the French blockade ( Maltese: L-Imblokk tal-Franċiżi ), was a two-year siege and blockade of the French garrison in Valletta and the Three Cities, the largest settlements and main port on the Mediterranean island of Malta, between 1798 and 1800.