Richard Andrews

(c. 1575—1634) physician and poet

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Richard (d. 1178), bishop of St Andrews

Andrews, Richard (bap. 1575, d. 1634), physician and poet

[270] Lowbridge & Richard Bright, Bristol, to James Corne Pownall, St. Andrews, Jamaica 4 February 1818

SLUMBERS, Martin Richard (born 1960), Secretary, Royal and Ancient Golf Club of St Andrews, since 2015

COX, Thomas Richard Fisher (1907 - 1986), Bursar, St Andrew’s College, Dublin, 1962–79

[276] Richard Bright, Ham Green, near Bristol, to J. C. Pownall, St. Andrews, Jamaica 8 November 1820

[275] Richard Bright, Ham Green, near Bristol, to J. C. Pownall, St. Andrews, Jamaica 1 August 1818

[285] Richard Bright, Ham Green, near Bristol, to James C. Pownall, St. Andrews, Jamaica 1 December 1824

[281] Richard Bright, Ham Green, near Bristol, to J. C. Pownall, St. Andrews, Jamaica 4 November 1823

[283] Richard Bright, Ham Green, near Bristol, to J. C. Pownall, St. Andrews Jamaica 3 December 1823

ALEXANDER, (Richard) Charles (1884 - 1968), Emeritus Professor of Surgery, University of St Andrews; Consultant Surgeon (emeritus), Dundee Royal Infirmary and Perthshire Hospitals

ENGLISH, Richard Ludlow (born 1963), Wardlaw Professor of Politics, and Director of the Centre for the Study of Terrorism and Political Violence, University of St Andrews, since 2011

DYER, Richard William (born 1945), Professor of Film Studies, King’s College London, since 2006; Professorial Fellow in Film Studies, St Andrews University, since 2011 (Wardlaw Professor, 2013)

Haldane, Richard Burdon (1856 - 1928), Member of Judicial Committee of Privy Council; Rector of Edinburgh University, 1905–08; elected Chancellor, University of Bristol; Chancellor St Andrews University, 1928

HYSLOP, Archibald Richard Frith (1866 - 1926), Vicar and Rural Dean of Kingston-on-Thames, Surrogate; Hon. Canon of Southwark Cathedral; Examining Chaplain to the Bishop of St Andrews

Managing the Environment, Managing Ourselves: A History of American Environmental Policy. By Richard N. L. Andrews. New Haven, Conn.: Yale University Press, 1999. xiii + 463 pp. Illustrations, maps, notes, bibliography, index. Paper, $30.00

Richard Mowery Andrews. Law, Magistracy, and Crime in Old Regime Paris, 1735–1789. Volume 1, The System of Criminal Justice. New York: Cambridge University Press. 1994. Pp. xx, 608. $64.95

BAUCKHAM, Richard John (born 1946), Professor of New Testament Studies, 1992–2007, and Bishop Wardlaw Professor, 2000–07, St Mary’s College, University of St Andrews, now Emeritus Professor; Senior Scholar, Ridley Hall, Cambridge, since 2007

WILLIAMS, Richard Tecwyn (1909 - 1979), (first) Professor of Biochemistry at St Mary’s Hospital Medical School (University of London), 1949–76, now Emeritus Professor; Deputy Dean, St Mary’s Hospital Medical School, 1970–76; sometime Examiner, Universities of Wales, the West Indies, and Royal Veterinary College, Universities of Glasgow, Liverpool, St Andrews, Ibadan, Nigeria, Ghana, London, King Abdulaziz Univ. Jeddah, and Royal College of Physicians

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