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Sir Robert Walpole, British Prime Minister 1721-42, Whig. Born: 26 August 1676 in Houghton, Norfolk. Died: 18 March 1745 in Arlington Street, London.
A. J. Viseltear: The last illnesses of Robert and Horace Walpole
Published in Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine 1983 Mar–Apr; 56(2): 131–152. Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version and a downloadable/printable PDF file.
David Hume: A Character of Sir Robert Walpole
Essay VIII in the 'Essays Withdrawn and Unpublished' part of 'Essays Moral, Political, Literary'.
E. A. Spriggs: The illnesses and death of Robert Walpole
Published in Medical History: 1982 October; 26(4: 421–428. Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version and a downloadable/printable PDF file.
InfoBritain: Robert Walpole Biography And Visits
Biographical article with pictures of the places significant in his life.
Norris Arthur Brisco: The economic policy of Robert Walpole
The scanned pages are available in PDF, DjVu and text format as well. From the Internet Archive.
On His Proposed Removal from Office
Speech by Robert Walpole in: William Jennings, ed. 1906. The World's Famous Orations at www.bartleby.com.
Pall Mall, South Side, Past Buildings - No 71 Pall Mall: Sir Edward Walpole's House
History of Walpole's house with footnotes and references.
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