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Robert Erskine - Wikipedia


Robert Erskine (1735 – 1780) was a Scottish inventor and engineer who came to the British Thirteen Colonies in 1771 to run the ironworks at Ringwood, New ...

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Robert definition, Henry Martyn [mahr-tn] /ˈmɑr tn/ (Show IPA), 1837–1923, U.S. engineer and authority on parliamentary ... The Eye of Dread Payne Erskine.

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Born on September 7, 1735 in Dunfermline, Scotland, Robert Erskine was an inventor, engineer, ironmaster, and land surveyor. He was awarded a Fellowship  ...

Erskine - Ringwood School District


Erskine PTO Summer Reading Olympics 2016 ... Vision - All students at Robert Erskine Elementary School will excel in their future profession. Mission - All ...

Erskine - definition of Erskine by The Free Dictionary


(Biography) Thomas, 1st Baron. 1750–1823, Scottish lawyer: noted as a defence advocate, esp in cases involving civil liberties. Collins English Dictionary ...

Robert Collis: Alchemical Interest at the Petrine Court


One also finds a glossary and definition of chemistry at the beginning with an ..... The Scottish physician Robert Erskine arrived in Russia during the summer of ...

The Last Words of Erskine Childers


Robert Erskine Childers (1870 – 1922), was a prominent Irish nationalist and the author of the novel Riddle of the Sands. He was executed at the Beggar's Bush ...

Thomas Erskine Facts - Biography - YourDictionary


The youngest son in a noble Scottish family, Thomas Erskine excelled at law .... by his friend and fellow Scot, Robert Burns: "Erskine a spunkie Norland billie.

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Edited by Nathan Rosenstein and Robert Morstein-Marx. A Companion to ... Edited by Andrew Erskine. A Companion ...... Thesaurus Linguae Latinae (1900-) tr.