Stock Photo: WALPOLE, Sir Robert (Houghton ,1676-London, 1745). First Earl of Oxford. English politician. Member of the House of Commons since 1701, he emerged as one of the leaders of the Whig party and served as secretary of war in 1708. Accused of corruption was expelled from Parliament and imprisoned in the Tower of London. Engraving.
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