Person    | Male  Born 24/1/1749  Died 13/9/1806

Charles James Fox

A celebrated politician, defender of the liberties of the individual, and rake. Heavily involved in the power play between George III and his son, the Prince Regent. Lord Holland's uncle. Died in the (fifth) Duke of Devonshire's house in London.

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Charles James Fox

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Charles Fox - W1

LCC Charles James Fox, 1749 - 1806, statesman, lived here.

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Charles James Fox - statue

He holds a copy of the Magna Carta in his right hand.

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Holland House - blue

Holland House was built in 1605 for Sir Walter Cope, a courtier of King James...

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Sam House

1784 is the date of the election when the publican supported Fox's campaign.

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