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Women and Families: An Oral History, 1940–1970. By Elizabeth Roberts (Oxford and Cambridge, Massachusetts: Blackwell Publishers, 1995. xi plus 277pp.)

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A dialogue of welcome for the coming of the most serene Queen, Lady Elizabeth, between the aforementioned Queen and the lord Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester and Chancellor of the University of Oxford.

CASSEN, Robert Harvey (born 1935), Visiting Professor, London School of Economics, since 1997; Professor of the Economics of Development, Queen Elizabeth House, International Development Centre, University of Oxford, 1986–97, and Professorial Fellow, St Antony’s College, 1986–97, now Emeritus

DONALDSON, Robert (died 1933), Sir William Dunn Professor of Pathology in the University of London; Director of Pathological Department, Guy’s Hospital Medical School; Honorary Pathologist to Guy’s Hospital; Consulting Pathologist to Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth; Associate Examiner in Pathology, University of London

ROBERTS, Alexander William (1857 - 1938), Ex-Senator in the Union Parliament of South Africa, Senior Member of the permanent Native Affairs Commission; Emeritus Missionary, Lovedale, South Africa; Member of a Commission to enquire into the Native Riots at Port Elizabeth, 1920; Member of a Commission to enquire into the system of Land Surveying in South Africa, 1921; Chairman of a Commission to enquire into the Bondelzwarts rebellion in the South-West Protectorate, 1922; Chairman of a Commission to enquire into the origin and influence of Native Churches in South Africa, 1923; South African Representative on the International Congress of Astronomers, Cambridge, 1926; member of a Commission to enquire into the economic condition of the native people in South Africa, 1930

 

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A musical adaptation of the 1930 play The Barretts Of Wimpole Street by Rudolph Besier, with music by Ron Grainer and a book and lyrics by Ronald Millar. The source ...

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