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About English Heritage
This financial institution was formed in 1694 to finance William III's French wars
It did not open its first branch until 1826
Its notes were official made legal tender in 1833
30 November, 1554
Sir Philip Sidney born
Sidney (d. 1586) was a poet, soldier, and courtier, and one of the most famous and admired men of Elizabethan England. He was killed at the Battle of Zutphen, Netherlands.
Who died after eating a meal of lampreys - against his doctor's orders
The year was 1135
His heir was his daughter Matilda