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Henry Fox

(1705—1774) politician


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(1705–74).

Fox entered Parliament in 1735 and quickly found favour with Walpole. Walpole's successor Henry Pelham also regarded Fox highly and had him appointed secretary at war in 1746. Fox ...

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