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Richard Norton

(1615—1691) army officer and politician


'Richard Norton' can also refer to...

Richard Norton (c. 1350—1420) justice

Richard Norton (c. 1528—1585) rebel

NORTON, Richard (1872 - 1918)

Richard Norton Smith (1933– )

Norton, Richard [called Old Norton] (d. 1585), rebel

Norton, John Richard Brinsley (1855 - 1943)

ANNESLEY, William Richard Norton (1863 - 1914)

Norton, Richard (d. 1420), justice

Dedication to Richard Norton's Pausanias, the Betrayer of his Country

Norton, John Richard Brinsley (1923 - 1995), a Member of Lloyd’s

Norton, Richard [nicknamed Idle Dick] (1615-1691), army officer and politician

Norton, Richard William Brinsley (born 1956), a Director, Project and Export Finance, HSBC Bank plc (formerly HSBC Investment Bank), 1997–2005

Flesh and Stone: The Body and the City in Western Civilization. By Richard Sennett (New York: W. W. Norton & Company, 1994. 431pp.)

Lewis L. Gould. The Modern American Presidency. Foreword by Richard Norton Smith. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2003. Pp. xv, 301. $29.95

Richard Sennett. Flesh and Stone: The Body and the City in Western Civilization. New York: W. W. Norton. 1994. Pp. 432. $27.50

Civil Society in the Middle East, Vol. I. Edited by Augustus Richard Norton. Kinderhook, N.Y.: E. J. Brill, Inc., 1995. 328 pp. $71.70

Norton, Richard Henry Brinsley (1892 - 1954), Captain (Special Reserve) Scots Guards; Manager European Merchant Banking Co. Ltd, bankers, 1922–31; entered film business with United Artists Co., 1931; now Director of British and Dominions Film Corporation Ltd; Director Pinewood Studios Ltd; Executive Director D & P Studios Ltd; Chairman British Film Production Association, 1939; Member of the Board of Trade Films Council, 1938–40

 
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