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Robert Brooks

(1790—1882) businessman and trader


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Robert Brook Aspland (1805—1869) Unitarian minister

Brookings, Robert Somers

Brooks, Robert (1790-1882), businessman and trader

Aspland, Robert Brook (1805-1869), Unitarian minister

BROOKS, Robert (born 1956), Chairman, Bonhams, since 2000

CARTWRIGHT, Thomas Robert Brook Leslie-Melville (1830 - 1921), JP, DL

521 From Benjamin Brooker [in Ipswich] to [Robert] Alden, overseer of St Peter, Colchester [April 1826]

BROOK, (Gerald) Robert (born 1928), Chief Executive, 1977–86, and Chairman, 1985–86, National Bus Company (Deputy Chairman, 1978–85)

506 From Benjamin Brooker in Ipswich to Robert Alden, overseer of St Peter, Colchester, 7 November 1825

Robert K. Batchelor. London: The Selden Map and the Making of a Global City, 1549–1689. Timothy Brook. Mr. Selden's Map of China: Decoding the Secrets of a Vanished Cartographer.

BROOKES, James Robert (born 1941), ICT consultant, since 1998; non-executive Chairman, HomeWorkBase Ltd, 2005–14; non-executive Director, RMS Ltd, 2007–14

Ending Autocracy, Enabling Democracy: The tribulations of Southern Africa 1960–2000 by Robert I. Rotberg. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press, 2002. viii + 546 pp. £16.50 paperback. ISBN 0‐8157‐7583‐0

ACKLAND, Robert Craig (died 1923), Dental Surgeon to St Bartholomew’s Hospital; Medical Officer in Charge of the Red Cross Hospital for Facial Injuries, 78 Brook Street, W, and 24 Norfolk Street, W

The Collaborative Management of the Metropolis. Gerald Benjamin and Richard P. Nathan. 2001. Regionalism and Realism: A Study of Governments in the New York Metropolitan Area. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press. 308 pp. 
 Manuel Pastor Jr., Peter Dreier, J. Eugene Grigsby III, and Marta Lopez-Garcia. 2000. Regions that Work: How Cities and Suburbs Can Grow Together. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. 263 pp. 
 Myron Orfield. 2002. American Metropolitics: The New Suburban Reality. Washington, DC: Brookings Institution Press. 222 pp.
 Robert Agranoff and Michael McGuire. 2003. Collaborative Public Management: New Strategies for Local Governments. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press. 219 pp.

 
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