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Robert Brooks

(1790—1882) businessman and trader


'Robert Brooks' can also refer to...

Brookings, Robert Somers

Robert Brook Aspland (1805—1869) Unitarian minister

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

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

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

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

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

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.

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

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

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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