'Death of Sir Philip Sidney', 1859. English poet, courtier, scholar, and soldier, a prominent figure of the Elizabethan age. While lying wounded at the Battle of Zutphen, he gave his water to another wounded soldier, saying, Thy necessity is yet greater than mine. After John Francis Rigaud, R.A. (1742-1810). From The History of England Div VI, by David Hume & Tobias Smollett. [Virtue & Co., London, 1859].
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