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In Medieval France, water torture was known as being put to “The Question”. Catholic Martyr Henry Morse (see portrait above) met a similarly dreary end. To learn more about him and his portrait, Click here ->
The Schielandshuis in Rotterdam with a carriage of the coach company ‘Tot Nut en Regel’, founded by Stephanus Christiaan van Waalwijk van Doorn. His ancestor Aelbert van Doorn (1579-1642), husband of Jannetje van Nyenrode, was a master goldsmith in Utrecht and the postmaster of Prince Maurits and the States General. ->
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Willem van der Burgh (1757-1830), Stephanus Christiaan’s grandfather. He was a fervent Orangist (i.e. monarchist) at the time of the Batavian Republic. He was imprisoned on charges that he had secretly recruited soldiers for the exiled Dutch monarch. What news does his sealed letter contain?