On 7 June 1594, Queen Elizabeth’s personal physician was executed.
He had been accused of plotting to poison the Queen, and was found guilty.
|Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester|
|Sir Francis Walsingham|
|Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex|
Essex’s part in this whole story is rather strange. In 1594 he was waged in a war against some people in the court, like Walsingham and the Cecil family, William and his son Robert.