"Political Candour; - i.e. - Coalition 'Resolutions' of June 14th 1805" by James Gillray. Charles James Fox makes a speech in the House of Commons; the Opposition benches are packed, while Pitt, on the extreme left, sits alone on the Treasury Bench. This is a very interesting print - see the British Museum page for an explanation of the political background.
"Argument against Feeling", published by E Jackson, c. 1785. Fox spanks Pitt with a birch rod while Pitt says, "This is a question of feeling not Argumnt". According to the British Museum, it is "Probably a satire on the successful opposition to Pitt by Fox in 1785 over the Scrutiny [...] and the Irish Propositions". Definitely one of the weirdest caricatures of Fox and Pitt I've seen :/
Lady Sarah Lennox Charles James Fox and Suan Strangways-Fox Joshua Reynolds Sarah is leaning our the window Holland House
WARNING: Not recommended for people aged more than 4 (days) I broke records in Loserdom with this poem I wrote. And I'm submitting it. For a graded assignment. *hangs head in shame and slinks out*
Portrait of Charles James Fox (1749-1806), bust-length, in a blue coat. On 6 May 1774, he argued in the House of Commons, "To go at once, and establish a perfectly despotic government, contrary to the genius and spirit of the British constitution, carries with it the appearance of a love of despotism, and a settled design to enslave the people of America, very unbecoming this country. My idea is, that America is not to be governed by force, but by affection and interest."