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By Elizabeth Woodville he had seven children who survived him: two sons,
Edward (afterward Edward V) and Richard, duke of York, who were probably
murdered in the Tower of London in August 1483, and five daughters, of whom
the eldest, ...
He was one Elliotson, detail of a lithograph bbc Hulton Picture Library of the first
teachers in London to emphasize clinical lecturing and was one of the earliest of
British physicians to urge use of the stethoscope. After studying medicine at the ...
25, 1601, London), English soldier and courtier famous for his relationship with
Queen Elizabeth I Robert Devereux, 2nd earl of Essex, detail of a painting after
Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger, late 16th century; in the National Portrait Gallery
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