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Fox, C. J. (1780). To the worthy and independent electors of the city and liberty of Westminster: Gentlemen, the malicious and groundless Reports which have been spread, make it necessary for me to assure you, that notwithstanding all that has been said, I never have supported, nor ever will support, any Measure which can by any Means be prejudicial to the Protestant Religion, or in any way tend to establish Popery in this Kingdom. I am, Gentlemen, With great Respect, Your faithful and obliged humble Servant, C. J. Fox. St. James's Street, Sept. 14th 1780. [London: s.n..MLA Citation
Fox, Charles James. To the Worthy and Independent Electors of the City and Liberty of Westminster: Gentlemen, the Malicious and Groundless Reports Which Have Been Spread, Make It Necessary for Me to Assure You, That Notwithstanding All That Has Been Said, I Never Have Supported, nor Ever Will Support, Any Measure Which Can By Any Means Be Prejudicial to the Protestant Religion, or in Any Way Tend to Establish Popery in This Kingdom. I Am, Gentlemen, With Great Respect, Your Faithful and Obliged Humble Servant, C. J. Fox. St. James's Street, Sept. 14th 1780. [London: s.n., 1780.