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This musical conductor is best known for composing 'Rule Britannia'
He was the conductor of the Drury Lane Theatre, then Covent Garden
He lived from 1710-1778
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.
The Merciless Parliament of 1388 attempted to curb the excesses of this monarch
He was the son of Edward, the Black Prince
His grandfather was Edward III