The Humours of St Giles's

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The Humours of St Giles's. Showing "The Intrepid Fox", Wardour Street, with Sam House, its landlord at the window. House changed the tavern's sign in honour of Charles James Fox whom he supported in the Westminster election of 1784. Published 1788.

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