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Robert Austin

(c. 1593—1661) Church of England clergyman and political pamphleteer


'Robert Austin' can also refer to...

Paul, Robert Austin

Robert Sargent Austin (1895—1973) engraver and watercolour painter

Boudreau, Robert Austin (25 April 1927)

AUSTIN, F. Roberts - Portrait artist

Austin, Robert Sargent (23 June 1895)

Boudreau, Robert Austin (born 1927), conductor

Charles Austin Thomas Robert John Joseph ffrench (1868—1955) company director

ffrench, Charles Austin Thomas Robert John Joseph (1868 - 1955)

Austin, Robert Sargent (1895-1973), engraver and watercolour painter

Markus, Robert Austin (1924-2010), historian and philosopher

AUSTIN, Robert Sargent (1895 - 1973), Painter, watercolourist, draughtsman, engraver

MARKUS, Robert Austin (1924 - 2010), Professor of Medieval History, Nottingham University, 1974–82, then Emeritus

ffrench, Charles Austin Thomas Robert John Joseph, sixth Baron ffrench (1868-1955), company director

Austin, Robert (bap. 1593, d. 1661), Church of England clergyman and political pamphleteer

COWLEY, Alan Herbert (born 1934), Robert A. Welch Professor of Chemistry, University of Texas at Austin, since 1991

657 To Robert Boyle Mr. Thomas Ffoleys House in Austin Fryars in Broadstreet, London, 20 October 1660

Light in a Burning-Glass: A Systematic Presentation of Austin Farrer's Theology. By Robert Bloak Slocum.

AUSTIN, Robert Sargent (1895 - 1973), Professor of Engraving, Royal College of Art; President: Royal Society of Painters in Water Colours, 1956; Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers, 1962

Nicola Guy. The Birth of Albania: Ethnic Nationalism, the Great Powers of World War I and the Emergence of Albanian Independence; Robert C. Austin. Founding a Balkan State: Albania's Experiment with Democracy, 1920–1925

 
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