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Political big wigs Grenville and Sidmouth formed a new ministry after Pitt’s death and named Fox Foreign Secretary and Leader of the House of Commons. Sympathetic to the French, he holds a Phrygian cap, a symbol of the French Revolution. Gillray portrays Fox as a muzzled bear lead by Lord Grenville, dancing to the music played by Lord Sidmouth, suggesting that Fox owes his political status solely to Grenville’s charity. 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She and her lover, the Duke of York, were accused of selling army commissions at bargain prices. 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