Reference numberRBO/9/52
Alternative reference numberRBO.9.84
Title'The Case of Madame [Henrietta Anne Stuart of England]'
DescriptionConcerning the famous death of Princess Henrietta, King Charles I's daughter, wife of Philippe d'Orleans in St Cloud, France on 30 June 1670. Some suspected she had been poisoned by a liquid given to her to relieve a pain in her side - details of post-mortem given which seem to establish an acute stomach infection.

Read to the Royal Society on 19 June 1706
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