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John Hall

(c. 1575—1635) physician


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(c. 1575–1635),

Shakespeare's son-in-law, born in Bedfordshire and (like his father Dr William Hall) a physician. He graduated from Queens' College, Cambridge, in 1593–4 and took his MA in 1597. ...

Subjects: Shakespeare studies and criticism.


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