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Topic: fox charles james

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La folie des deux partis, où vue politique de l'etat et de la nation Anglaise, avec les senateurs en personnes

La folie des deux partis, où vue politique de l'etat et de la nation A...

Print shows a wagon, driven by Lord Bute, mired in the mud, and several men, including an Anglican bishop, pushing the cart which is drawn by five mules labeled Weymouth, Richmond, Senechal, Germain, and North,... more

The honble. Chas. James Fox

The honble. Chas. James Fox

Charles James Fox, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left.

Westminster election 1780 / E--g inv.

Westminster election 1780 / E--g inv.

Print shows Lord Lincoln standing on the right of St. Paul's portico, Charles James Fox standing in the center with Britannia and the British lion, and on the left, James Young, acting as proxy for Admiral Rodn... more

The f--x and H--d or rival candidates - humbly address'd to the worthy electors of W--r

The f--x and H--d or rival candidates - humbly address'd to the worthy...

Print shows Charles James Fox standing on the left and Lord Lincoln on the right, facing each other as candidates in the Westminster elections.

The state cooks making peace-porridge

The state cooks making peace-porridge

Print shows several British ministers, Keppel, Fox, Richmond, Conway, and others, preparing a porridge of peace to offer Holland, France, and Spain, and separately to a Native wearing a feathered headdress and ... more

Gloria Mundi, or The Devil addressing the sun - Pare. Lost, Book IV

Gloria Mundi, or The Devil addressing the sun - Pare. Lost, Book IV

Cartoon showing Charles James Fox standing on a roulette wheel perched atop a globe showing England and continental Europe, the implication is that his penniless state, indicated by turned-out pockets, is due t... more

Wonders wonders wonders & wonders - dedicated to the wonderfull wonderfull wonderer

Wonders wonders wonders & wonders - dedicated to the wonderfull wonder...

Print shows Britannia and America, several British ministers, and King George III, they appear as couples shaking hands, except for the central figure of three. Standing on the left is Britannia with the Britis... more

Paradice lost

Paradice lost

Print shows Charles James Fox with a handful of switches driving four old ministers (possibly lords North, Germain, Sandwich), and Lord Bute from paradise.

The royal hunt, or a prospect of the year 1782 / South Briton fecit ; North Briton invt.

The royal hunt, or a prospect of the year 1782 / South Briton fecit ; ...

Print shows Lord Sandwich playing a fiddle, sitting between two courtesans, to the left, Lord North yawns while sitting on a sack, behind them are Rigby, Amherst, and Germain. To the right of this party is stan... more

The only booth in the fair - Portland & Co., late Shelburne / I. Boyne invt & exct, London.

The only booth in the fair - Portland & Co., late Shelburne / I. Boyne...

Print shows a country fair amusement with Charles James Fox, on a raised platform, wearing a dunce or liberty cap labeled "Vox Populi" receiving bribes from Lord North, to the right, on the platform, Lord Shelb... more

An analysis of modern patriotism performed by public opinion & displayed by public indignation / PH [crossed out] ; AW sct.

An analysis of modern patriotism performed by public opinion & display...

Print shows two views of Charles James Fox, on the left, as a member of parliament supporting the policies of Lord North, and on the right, when out of office, on a platform before a crowd arguing against the p... more

A block for the wigs - or, the new state whirligig

A block for the wigs - or, the new state whirligig

Cartoon shows a carousel on which sit government ministers Charles Fox, Lord North, Edmund Burke and Admiral Keppel. Beam in the center of the carousel platform is a pillar topped by a bust of King George III, ... more

Dominion of the sea

Dominion of the sea

Print shows Britannia in a boat with a fox on the prow at anchor in "Portland Road"; she is holding a staff with the banner of St. George and the British flag, and an olive branch in her right hand, her shield ... more

Fox's martyrs or The patriots in limbo

Fox's martyrs or The patriots in limbo

Print shows Charles James Fox's martyrs during the American Revolution. On the right, Frederick, Lord North, hangs from a devil's pitchfork and wears a large stone labeled "American War" from his neck. In the c... more

Coalition arms / JN: 1784.

Coalition arms / JN: 1784.

Print shows Lord North and Charles James Fox standing with a large escutcheon between them which rests on the back of George III. North is holding a flag in his right hand inscribed "Coalition" with two demons ... more

A new pantomine - harlequine

A new pantomine - harlequine

Print shows Charles James Fox and Lord North performing on a stage before an audience including the Prince of Wales with his mistress, Mary Robinson, also, Admiral Keppel, the Earl of Portland, Lord Cavendish, ... more

Pro bono publico - the public cluster in terrorem / WD.

Pro bono publico - the public cluster in terrorem / WD.

Print shows a grapevine twisted about a gibbet from which hangs a pendulous bunch of grapes with the faces of various British ministers, the most prominent being that of Charles James Fox, with Lord North sligh... more

The historical painter

The historical painter

Print shows Charles James Fox as Oliver Cromwell depicted as an artist painting the execution of Charles I, Justice stands behind him with her sword raised ready to strike, hanging on the wall in the background... more

Reform and no reform, or the lovely pair's gentle fracas

Reform and no reform, or the lovely pair's gentle fracas

Print shows "with the Head of Boreas", Lord North, standing to the left of a platform labeled "Reform Janus", and "with the Head of Reynard", Charles Fox, standing on the right; on the platform is a devil/human... more

The poor blacks going to their settlement

The poor blacks going to their settlement

Print shows the Prince of Wales and several British ministers (Burke, Fox, North, George Hanger, and possibly Sheridan) portrayed as poor Blacks, shabbily dressed and being driven toward debtor's prison depicte... more

A convention of the not-ables

A convention of the not-ables

Print shows Lord North, Edmund Burke, Charles Fox, the Prince of Wales, and others attempting to break into the royal treasury.

Thunder, lightning and smoke, or, the wind shifted from the north to the east

Thunder, lightning and smoke, or, the wind shifted from the north to t...

Print shows Sir Philip Francis(?) standing, facing right, with dagger in left hand, on the far right, Warren Hastings, wearing a turban, is standing amid bags of money beneath a flag "India Preserved" and again... more

--Affairs. The sweet prospect behind us, or The outs in office

--Affairs. The sweet prospect behind us, or The outs in office

Print shows rear views of the Prince of Wales, Maria Fitzherbert, Charles James Fox, Lord North, Edmund Burke, a prospective Lord Chancellor, and Richard B. Sheridan, with buttocks exposed, defecating. On the w... more

The monstrous hydra, or virtue invulnerable

The monstrous hydra, or virtue invulnerable

Print shows William Pitt holding a paper labeled "Regency limitations & restrictions" encircled by a hydra labeled "Private Views" with eleven heads, among them Charles James Fox, Edmund Burke, and one blindfol... more

The Tories and the Whigs pulling for a crown

The Tories and the Whigs pulling for a crown

Print shows George, Prince of Wales, seated on a throne in the background waiting the results of a tug-of-war over the crown (and regency for the Prince) between the Tories represented by Edward Thurlow and Wil... more

A word of comfort

A word of comfort

A British satire on the efforts of Charles James Fox to get the Test and Corporation Acts repealed. Joseph Priestley, preaching, speaks for the concerns of the clergy, stating their opposition to "Reynard and A... more

The impeachment, or "The father of the gang turned Kings evidence"

The impeachment, or "The father of the gang turned Kings evidence"

Print shows Edmund Burke standing behind and with his hands on the heads of Richard B. Sheridan and Charles James Fox who bow before him over a railing, perhaps before Parliament. Burke says, "Behold the abetto... more

A Birmingham toast, as given on the 14th of July by the--revolution society

A Birmingham toast, as given on the 14th of July by the--revolution so...

Print shows Charles James Fox seated at center of a table and raising his glass, "My Soul & Body, both, upon the Toast," to a toast offered by Joseph Priestley, who stands at left holding up an overflowing chal... more

Modern hospitality, or A friendly party in high life

Modern hospitality, or A friendly party in high life

Print showing Lady Archer, the Prince of Wales (later King George IV), the Countess of Buckinghamshire, and Charles Fox engaged in a game of faro as spectators observe.

The prophet of the Hebrews, the prince of peace conducting the Jews to the Promis'd-Land / Js Gy,  des. et fec.

The prophet of the Hebrews, the prince of peace conducting the Jews to...

Print showing Richard Brothers holding a Bible turned to Book of Revelations, carrying on his back a "Bundle of the Elect" containing Charles James Fox, Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Charles Stanhope, and Lord La... more

End of the Irish Invasion : - or - the Destruction of the French Armada / Js. Gillray, inv. et f.

End of the Irish Invasion : - or - the Destruction of the French Armad...

French warships, labeled Le Révolutionaire, L'Egalité and The Revolutionary Jolly Boat, being tossed about during a storm blown up by Pitt, Dundas, Grenville and Windham, whose heads appear from the clouds. Cha... more

The nuptial-bower; - with the evil-one, peeping at the charms of Eden, from Milton / Js. Gy. inv. & fect.

The nuptial-bower; - with the evil-one, peeping at the charms of Eden,...

Cartoon shows William Pitt escorting Eleanor Eden to a vine-shaded bower within which are three large sacks with the British pound symbol on them, possibly representing Pitt's debt. Bunches of grapes, crowns, a... more

Doctor Sangrado curing John Bull of repletion-with the kind offices of young Clysterpipe & Little Boney - a hint from Gil Blas / Js. Gillray invt. & fect.

Doctor Sangrado curing John Bull of repletion-with the kind offices of...

Cartoon showing Addington saying, "courage John Bull-courage", as he bleeds arm of John Bull, who is supported by Hawkesbury, who repeats "courage Johnny". Napoleon holds out his hat to catch the blood, "West I... more

L'assemblée nationale: - or - grand co-operation meeting at St. Ann's Hill. Respectfully dedicated to the admirers of "A Broad-Bottom'd Administration" / Js. Gillray, invt. & fect.

L'assemblée nationale: - or - grand co-operation meeting at St. Ann's ...

Print shows a reception given by Charles James Fox and wife for various groups and friends of the Prince of Wales, all opposed to the government.

Visiting the sick

Visiting the sick

Charles Fox sitting in an armchair, obviously ill. On one side of him is Mrs. Fitzherbert, dressed as an abbess and holding a rosary; on the other side is a bishop in robes and mitre. In front of Fox, the Princ... more

Comfort of a Bed of Roses

Comfort of a Bed of Roses

Charles Fox, in bed with his wife, having a nightmare. To the right, Napoleon jumps to the bed from a cannon with the words "Pour subjugeur le Monde" inscribed on the muzzle; behind him are seen pikes and a ban... more

Prerogatives defeat or liberties triumph

Prerogatives defeat or liberties triumph

Print shows Charles James Fox helping John Dunning walk on the prostrate bodies of the Earl of Bute and Lord North; a Scotsman attacks Dunning from behind, and in the background on the left, an Irishman and Ame... more

Prerogatives defeat or liberties triumph

Prerogatives defeat or liberties triumph

Print shows Charles James Fox helping John Dunning walk on the prostrate bodies of the Earl of Bute and Lord North; a Scotsman attacks Dunning from behind, and in the background on the left, an Irishman and Ame... more

I am a Patriot d- me Sir and I will be a Patriot ...

I am a Patriot d- me Sir and I will be a Patriot ...

Cartoon shows Charles James Fox, an English patriot, standing among a group that includes a small child, an old woman, a slave, and a shoeshiner. This cartoon is an apparent attack on the British Opposition to ... more

I am a Patriot d- me Sir and I will be a Patriot ...

I am a Patriot d- me Sir and I will be a Patriot ...

Cartoon shows Charles James Fox, an English patriot, standing among a group that includes a small child, an old woman, a slave, and a shoeshiner. This cartoon is an apparent attack on the British Opposition to ... more

The man of the poeple [sic] attempting another coalition, to creep in for Westminster The modern Judas. Addressed to the free electors of Westminster.

The man of the poeple [sic] attempting another coalition, to creep in ...

A British satire in which Charles James Fox, depicted with two faces, seeks the support of a former enemy, Sir Samuel Hood, while repudiating a former friend, Lord John Townshend. A scene in the background show... more

The man of the poeple [sic] attempting another coalition, to creep in for Westminster The modern Judas. Addressed to the free electors of Westminster.

The man of the poeple [sic] attempting another coalition, to creep in ...

A British satire in which Charles James Fox, depicted with two faces, seeks the support of a former enemy, Sir Samuel Hood, while repudiating a former friend, Lord John Townshend. A scene in the background show... more

Stealing off; - or - prudent Secession

Stealing off; - or - prudent Secession

Charles Fox fleeing the House of Commons in terror, accompanied by a fierce greyhound wearing a collar marked "Opposition Grey-hound". A small animal with the head of M.A. Taylor runs behind. In the background,... more

Stealing off; - or - prudent Secession

Stealing off; - or - prudent Secession

Charles Fox fleeing the House of Commons in terror, accompanied by a fierce greyhound wearing a collar marked "Opposition Grey-hound". A small animal with the head of M.A. Taylor runs behind. In the background,... more

The habeas corpus, or The wild geese flying away with Fox to America

The habeas corpus, or The wild geese flying away with Fox to America

Cartoon shows seven geese, wrapped with a ribbon tied to the hind legs of a fox, representing Charles James Fox, are flying to America; in the background, three ships are under sail.

The habeas corpus, or The wild geese flying away with Fox to America

The habeas corpus, or The wild geese flying away with Fox to America

Cartoon shows seven geese, wrapped with a ribbon tied to the hind legs of a fox, representing Charles James Fox, are flying to America; in the background, three ships are under sail.

[Prodigal son]

[Prodigal son]

Print shows scene in a bordello where the Prince of Wales lounges on a sofa next to a large, bare-breasted woman, probably representing Charles James Fox. A second bare-breasted woman,lounges at the feet of the... more

[Prodigal son]

[Prodigal son]

Print shows scene in a bordello where the Prince of Wales lounges on a sofa next to a large, bare-breasted woman, probably representing Charles James Fox. A second bare-breasted woman,lounges at the feet of the... more

[Prodigal son]

[Prodigal son]

Print shows scene in a bordello where the Prince of Wales lounges on a sofa next to a large, bare-breasted woman, probably representing Charles James Fox. A second bare-breasted woman,lounges at the feet of the... more

Britannia between death and the doctor's / Js Gillray inv. & fect.

Britannia between death and the doctor's / Js Gillray inv. & fect.

A faint Britannia seated on bed with three "doctors," William Pitt kicking Henry Addington and stepping on Charles James Fox. The figure of death, with Napoleon's head, strides from behind bed curtains.

Britannia between death and the doctor's / Js Gillray inv. & fect.

Britannia between death and the doctor's / Js Gillray inv. & fect.

A faint Britannia seated on bed with three "doctors," William Pitt kicking Henry Addington and stepping on Charles James Fox. The figure of death, with Napoleon's head, strides from behind bed curtains.

The hopes of the party, prior to July 14th "from such wicked crown & anchor-dreams, good Lord deliver us".

The hopes of the party, prior to July 14th "from such wicked crown & a...

Satire on the dinner at the Crown and Anchor tavern and on the radicals who extolled the French Revolution. Charles James Fox raises an axe to strike the neck of George III, whose head is held by Sheridan, and ... more

The hopes of the party, prior to July 14th "from such wicked crown & anchor-dreams, good Lord deliver us".

The hopes of the party, prior to July 14th "from such wicked crown & a...

Satire on the dinner at the Crown and Anchor tavern and on the radicals who extolled the French Revolution. Charles James Fox raises an axe to strike the neck of George III, whose head is held by Sheridan, and ... more

The reconciliation between Britania and her daughter America / Pub. by T. Colley.

The reconciliation between Britania and her daughter America / Pub. by...

Cartoon shows a Native, representing America, with a flag and liberty cap, rushing to the arms of Britannia, who holds a shield inscribed "George for Ever." A Spaniard and a Frenchman combine efforts to pull Am... more

The reconciliation between Britania and her daughter America / Pub. by T. Colley.

The reconciliation between Britania and her daughter America / Pub. by...

Cartoon shows a Native, representing America, with a flag and liberty cap, rushing to the arms of Britannia, who holds a shield inscribed "George for Ever." A Spaniard and a Frenchman combine efforts to pull Am... more

The reconciliation between Britania and her daughter America / Pub. by T. Colley.

The reconciliation between Britania and her daughter America / Pub. by...

Cartoon shows a Native, representing America, with a flag and liberty cap, rushing to the arms of Britannia, who holds a shield inscribed "George for Ever." A Spaniard and a Frenchman combine efforts to pull Am... more

Public characters

Public characters

Heads of well-known people, arranged in a medley, placed behind lines intersecting diagonally which simulate crossed tapes forming a rack for cards or letters. In the center are Fox and Pitt facing each other. ... more

Public characters

Public characters

Heads of well-known people, arranged in a medley, placed behind lines intersecting diagonally which simulate crossed tapes forming a rack for cards or letters. In the center are Fox and Pitt facing each other. ... more

Britannia between Scylla & Charybdis. or - The vessel of the Constitution steered clear of the Rock of Democracy, and the Whirlpool of Arbitrary-Power / Js. Gy. desn. et fect. pro bono publico.

Britannia between Scylla & Charybdis. or - The vessel of the Constitut...

Pitt steering small boat, The Constitution, which also carries Britannia, towards a castle with a flag inscribed "Haven of Public Happiness". They are pursued by Sheridan, Fox, and Priestley, who are sharks, do... more

Britannia between Scylla & Charybdis. or - The vessel of the Constitution steered clear of the Rock of Democracy, and the Whirlpool of Arbitrary-Power / Js. Gy. desn. et fect. pro bono publico.

Britannia between Scylla & Charybdis. or - The vessel of the Constitut...

Pitt steering small boat, The Constitution, which also carries Britannia, towards a castle with a flag inscribed "Haven of Public Happiness". They are pursued by Sheridan, Fox, and Priestley, who are sharks, do... more

The blessings of peace

The blessings of peace

Print shows George III receiving advice from a large group of ministers and politicans, all are identified by number and corresponding legend, following ratification of peace treaty by the U.S. Congress on Apri... more

The blessings of peace

The blessings of peace

Print shows George III receiving advice from a large group of ministers and politicans, all are identified by number and corresponding legend, following ratification of peace treaty by the U.S. Congress on Apri... more

The blessings of peace

The blessings of peace

Print shows George III receiving advice from a large group of ministers and politicans, all are identified by number and corresponding legend, following ratification of peace treaty by the U.S. Congress on Apri... more

Royal recreation

Royal recreation

Cartoon shows Catherine II seated on a throne receiving the decapitated heads of the people of Poland from the military officer in charge of the Russian forces during the defeat of Poles in 1794; other men brin... more

Royal recreation

Royal recreation

Cartoon shows Catherine II seated on a throne receiving the decapitated heads of the people of Poland from the military officer in charge of the Russian forces during the defeat of Poles in 1794; other men brin... more

The tree of liberty,-with, the devil tempting John Bull / Js. Gy. inv. & ft.

The tree of liberty,-with, the devil tempting John Bull / Js. Gy. inv....

Round a bare and decayed oak tree is twined a serpent with the head of Fox; he holds a damaged apple inscribed "reform" to John Bull, who is fat and his pockets bulge with golden apples. The trunk of the tree i... more

The tree of liberty,-with, the devil tempting John Bull / Js. Gy. inv. & ft.

The tree of liberty,-with, the devil tempting John Bull / Js. Gy. inv....

Round a bare and decayed oak tree is twined a serpent with the head of Fox; he holds a damaged apple inscribed "reform" to John Bull, who is fat and his pockets bulge with golden apples. The trunk of the tree i... more

Design for the new gallery of busts and pictures -"and so far will I trust thee gentle Kate" -Henry 4th, part 1st / / Peter,burgh, inv. et fecit.

Design for the new gallery of busts and pictures -"and so far will I t...

Cartoon shows interior view of a portrait gallery with busts of Demosthenes and Cicero, both frowning, and between them a bust of Charles J. Fox; hanging on the wall above are two prints showing Catherine II of... more

Design for the new gallery of busts and pictures -"and so far will I trust thee gentle Kate" -Henry 4th, part 1st / / Peter,burgh, inv. et fecit.

Design for the new gallery of busts and pictures -"and so far will I t...

Cartoon shows interior view of a portrait gallery with busts of Demosthenes and Cicero, both frowning, and between them a bust of Charles J. Fox; hanging on the wall above are two prints showing Catherine II of... more

The orators journey

The orators journey

Print showing Charles James Fox, Mrs. Siddons, and Edmund Burke on a galloping horse beside a milestone inscribed "1 mile to perdition." Mrs. Siddons, as Lady Macbeth, holds a dagger in her right hand and a bow... more

The orators journey

The orators journey

Print showing Charles James Fox, Mrs. Siddons, and Edmund Burke on a galloping horse beside a milestone inscribed "1 mile to perdition." Mrs. Siddons, as Lady Macbeth, holds a dagger in her right hand and a bow... more

The moment of reflection or a tale for future times / IC.

The moment of reflection or a tale for future times / IC.

Cartoon shows Catherine II horrified at the visions that beset her at the moment of death; a cloud entering at left depicts the many victims of her wrath; a skeleton, Death, stands behind her ready to plunge hi... more

The moment of reflection or a tale for future times / IC.

The moment of reflection or a tale for future times / IC.

Cartoon shows Catherine II horrified at the visions that beset her at the moment of death; a cloud entering at left depicts the many victims of her wrath; a skeleton, Death, stands behind her ready to plunge hi... more

Visiting the sick

Visiting the sick

Print shows Charles Fox sitting in an armchair, obviously ill. On one side of him is Mrs. Fitzherbert, dressed as an abbess and holding a rosary; on the other side is a bishop in robes and mitre. In front of Fo... more

Visiting the sick

Visiting the sick

Print shows Charles Fox sitting in an armchair, obviously ill. On one side of him is Mrs. Fitzherbert, dressed as an abbess and holding a rosary; on the other side is a bishop in robes and mitre. In front of Fo... more

Uncorking old sherry / Js. Gillrlay, inv. & fecit.

Uncorking old sherry / Js. Gillrlay, inv. & fecit.

William Pitt stands in the House of Commons, facing the opposition which is represented by bottles containing the heads of the most well-known opposition leaders including Fox, Tierney, Windham and Grey. At Pit... more

Uncorking old sherry / Js. Gillrlay, inv. & fecit.

Uncorking old sherry / Js. Gillrlay, inv. & fecit.

William Pitt stands in the House of Commons, facing the opposition which is represented by bottles containing the heads of the most well-known opposition leaders including Fox, Tierney, Windham and Grey. At Pit... more

Uncorking old sherry / Js. Gillrlay, inv. & fecit.

Uncorking old sherry / Js. Gillrlay, inv. & fecit.

William Pitt stands in the House of Commons, facing the opposition which is represented by bottles containing the heads of the most well-known opposition leaders including Fox, Tierney, Windham and Grey. At Pit... more

Uncorking old sherry / Js. Gillrlay, inv. & fecit.

Uncorking old sherry / Js. Gillrlay, inv. & fecit.

William Pitt stands in the House of Commons, facing the opposition which is represented by bottles containing the heads of the most well-known opposition leaders including Fox, Tierney, Windham and Grey. At Pit... more

The royal Hercules destroying the dragon python

The royal Hercules destroying the dragon python

Print shows George III as Hercules gripping three Whigs on a three-headed Hydra identified as the "dragon python." On the left, Charles James Fox utters, "O! this is my last gasp", on top is Frederick, Lord Nor... more

The royal Hercules destroying the dragon python

The royal Hercules destroying the dragon python

Print shows George III as Hercules gripping three Whigs on a three-headed Hydra identified as the "dragon python." On the left, Charles James Fox utters, "O! this is my last gasp", on top is Frederick, Lord Nor... more

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