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" Fox always spoke to the question ; Pitt to the passions. Fox, to carry the question ; Pitt to raise himself. Fox pointed out, Pitt lashed the errors of his antagonists. Pitt's talents were likely to make him soonest ; Fox's to keep him First Minister... "
The Works, of the Right Honourable Sir Chas. Hanbury Williams ...: From the ... - Page 240
by Sir Charles Hanbury Williams - 1822
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The Works, of the Right Honourable Sir Chas. Hanbury Williams ..., Volume 2

Sir Charles Hanbury Williams - English literature - 1822
...this year, at Houghton, by Mr. Winnington, Mr. Williams, and Mr. Fox, three different ways. VOL. II. Q pretty (though I am told they are all stole out of...spoke to the question ; Pitt to the passions. Fox to cany the question; Pitt to raise himself; Fox pointed out, Pitt lashed, the errors of his antagonist....
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volume 18

English literature - 1822
...*• DEAR Fox ; " Since you, and Winnington, and Williams write Verses, which every body says are very pretty (though I am told they are all stole out of...too. " Now, there is a Cornet in our Regiment that has got some of these authors, who, I believe, is the best scholar in the world. So I desired him,...
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The British review and London critical journal, Volume 19

1822
...humanity procured him strong attachments, which the more jealous he grew of Pitt, the more he cultivated. Fox always spoke to the question ; Pitt, to the passions...himself: Fox pointed out, Pitt lashed, the errors of his antagonists : Pitt's talents were likely to make him soonest, Fox's to keep him first minister longest."...
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The Album, Volume 1

Great Britain - 1822
...humanity, procured him strong attachments, which, the more jealous he grew of Pitt, the more he cultivated. Fox always spoke to the question ; Pitt to the passions:...himself: Fox pointed out, Pitt lashed the errors of his antagonists : Pitt's talents were likely to make' him soonest, Fox to keep him first minister longest....
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 92, Part 1; Volume 131

Early English newspapers - 1822
...humanity, procured him strong attachments, which the more jealous he grew of Pitt, the more he cultivated. Fox always spoke to the question, Pitt to the passions...himself; Fox pointed out, Pitt lashed, the errors of his antagonists ; Pitt's talents were likely to make him soonest, Fox's to keep him first minister longest....
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Memoirs of Richard Cumberland: Written by Himself. Containing an Account of ...

Richard Cumberland - Dramatists, English - 1856 - 397 pages
...humanity, procured him strong attachments, which the more jealous he grew of Pitt the more he cultivated. Fox always spoke to the question ; Pitt to the passions....himself. Fox pointed out, Pitt lashed the errors of his antagonists. Pitt's talents were likely to make him soonest ; Fox's to keep him First Minister longest.'...
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MEMOIRS OF RICHARD CUMBERLAND

HENRY FLANDERS - 1856
...humanity, procured him strong attachments, which the more jealous he grew of Pitt the more he cultivated. Fox always spoke to the question ; Pitt to the passions....himself. Fox pointed out, Pitt lashed the errors of his antagonists. Pitt's talents were likely to make him soonest ; Fox's to keep him First Minister longest.'...
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The Victorian Monthly Magazine, Volume 1, Issue 2

Australian periodicals - 1859
...powerful and jealous rivals, Pitt and Fox — " Fox always spoke to the question, Pitt to the passiolfc : Fox, to carry the question, Pitt to raise himself; Fox pointed out, Pitt lashed, the errors of his antagonists ; Pitt's talents were likely to make him soonest, Fox's to keep him first minister longest."...
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Memoirs of celebrated Etonians, Volume 1

John Heneage Jesse - 1875
...and invective, which distinguished the orations of his rival, Pitt. " Fox," writes Horace Walpole, " always spoke to the question, Pitt to the passions...himself; Fox pointed out, Pitt lashed the errors of his antagonists ; Pitt's talents were likely to make him soonest, Fox's to keep him Prime Minister longest."...
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Lord Chesterfield's Worldly Wisdom: Selections from His Letters and Characters

Philip Dormer Stanhope Earl of Chesterfield - Conduct of life - 1891 - 234 pages
...orators of his time. His spirit, his steadiness and humanity, procured him strong attachments. . . . Fox always spoke to the question, Pitt to the passions...himself; Fox pointed out, Pitt lashed the errors of his antagonists.' — Walpole's Memoirs of George II, i. 81. 228 A constant good-humour and seeming frankness...
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