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Charles James Fox' is a celebrated English orator and statesman; born in London, Jan. 24, 1749; educated at Oxford; entered Parliament, 1768, as a supporter of Lord North; appointed junior lord of the admiralty, and in 1793 a lord of the treasury; dismissed for insubordination, he joined the opposition, and became the leader of the whigs; secretary of state, 1783; foreign secretary, 1806; died Sept. 13 of that year, while negotiating for peace with France.


Kings govern by means of popular assemblies only when they cannot do without them.
- Charles James Fox

The worst of revolutions is restoration.
-Charles James Fox

I am for equality. I think that men are entitled to equal rights, but to equal rights to unequal things.
- Charles James Fox

"I learn more from conversations,"
- Charles James Fox
I die happy. (His last words.)


Inspiring Charles James Fox's Sayings

Every man would desire once in his life, at least, to make a pilgrimage to Switzerland, the country of liberty and peace.

Inspiring Charles James Fox's Sayings



There are two sublimities in nature, one of rest, the other of motion. The sublimity of rest is a distant view of the Alps; the sublimity of motion is Niagara
 - Charles James Fox

Inspiring Charles James Fox's Sayings


" The Greek historians generally told nothing but the truth, while the Latin historians told nothing but lies."
- Charles James Fox

Inspiring Charles James Fox's Sayings

Inspiring Charles James Fox's Sayings
"Whenever any usage appeared subversive of the constitution, if it had lasted for one or two hundred years, it was not a precedent, but a usurpation."
- Charles James Fox
i DIE HAPPY

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