Charles James Fox: a Man for the People

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ABBREVIATIONS; DOCUMENTATION
Add. MSS.: Additional Manuscripts, British Museum.
FO: Foreign Office Papers, Public Record Office.
Fox Cor.: Lord John Russell, Memorials and Correspondence of Charks James Fox.
HMCR: Historical Manuscripts Commission Reports.
PRO: Public Record Office.
Manuscript collections not otherwise identified are housed in the British Museum. Despite the trend to minimize or eliminate footnotes, I have supplied fairly complete documentation, though I have dispensed with references for many lesser details and in instances for materials readily identifiable. As the Fox and Holland House Papers are still undergoing rearrangement, I have omitted folio numbers. Where dates are not given for newspapers, the reader may assume that the citation appears in the issue following the event. With a few trifling exceptions, material within quotation marks follows the spelling, capitalization, and punctuation of the source.The list below, which is not complete, gives sources consulted.
1. MANUSCRIPT COLLECTIONS
BRITISH MUSEUM: Fox MSS. (Additional Manuscripts, principally Nos. 47661- 47581, 47585, 47693-47594, 47601); Holland House MSS. (Additional Manuscript numbers not assigned at time of reading); lesser use of Adair, Egerton, Hardwicke, Rogers, and Poole MSS.
PUBLIC RECORD OFFICE: Selected State, Treasury, and Foreign Office papers.
SHEFFIELD CITY LIBRARY: the Wentworth-Woodhouse Muniments: Burke, Fitzwilliam, Rockingham, Stanhope, Wentworth MSS.
NORTHAMPTONSHIRE RECORD OFFICE: Fitzwilliam MSS. (Milton).
WILLIAM L. CLEMENTS LIBRARY, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN: Canning, Fox, Hartley, Lacaita-Shelburne, Lee, Melville, Pitt, Shelburne, and Wedderburn MSS. Holland House photostats. Adams transcripts. Fortescue transcripts. Letters from William Pitt to Lord Wellesley, 1796-1804.
HENRY E. HUNTINGTON LIBRARY: Hamilton-Greville, Townshend, Stowe MSS.; W. B. Stevens Diary; Sir William Hamilton Autograph Letters.
THE JAMES MARSHALL AND MARIE-LOUISE OSBORN COLLECTION, YALE UNIVERSITY LIBRARY: FOX MSS.
UNIVERSITY OF DURHAM: Fox-Grey MSS.
OTHER COLLECTIONS: Various other British and American individuals and institutions have incidental Fox letters and other manuscript materials. Among them: Bodleian Library, Sir John Murray, Library of Congress, New York Public Library, Princeton University, University of Nottingham, University of Texas, Somerset House.
HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS COMMISSION REPORTS: Abergavenny, Bathurst, Carlisle, Charlemont, Donoughmore, Emly, Fortescue, Graham, Hastings, Johnstone, Kenyon, Knox, Lothian, Rutland, Stopford-Sackville, and Sutherland MSS.

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