James Robertson

[conductor] James Robertson CBE (17 June 1912 – 18 May 1991) was an English conductor, best known as musical director of Sadler`s Wells Opera. Robertson was born in Liverpool and was educated at Winchester College and Trinity College, Cambridge, before studying music at the Leipzig Conservatory and the Royal College of Music in London. He...
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James Robertson

[footballer, born 1929] James W. Robertson (born c. 1929) is a Scottish former professional footballer who played as a winger. ==Career== Robertson joined Arsenal in 1948, making one appearance for them in the 1951-52 season. He later played for Brentford, before playing non-league football with Gravesend & Northfleet. ...
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James Robertson

[Jamaican politician] Dr. `James Robertson` (b. 9 June 1966) is a Jamaican politician. He served as the Minister of Mining and Energy in Jamaica between March 2009 and May 2011. ...
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James Robertson

[judge] James Robertson (born 1938) was a United States federal judge serving on the United States District Court for the District of Columbia until his retirement in June 2010. He served on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court from 2002 until he resigned in protest in December, 2005, later testifying that that court “has turned in...
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James Robertson

James Robertson was a British soldier. He was born in 1710 and died in 1788. He went to America in 1756 as a major of British troops. He commanded a brigade at the battle of Long Island. He was appointed royal Governor of New York in 1779.
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James Robertson

[soccer] James Mearns Robertson was a U.S. soccer full back who played the first two U.S. national team games in 1916. In 1916, Robertson was with Brooklyn Celtic of the New York Amateur Association Football League when he was called up to the national team. From at least 1918 to at least 1920, he played with Robins Dry Dock. In 1919, he jo...
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James Robertson

[psychoanalyst] James Robertson (1911–1988) was a psychiatric social worker and psychoanalyst based at the Tavistock Clinic and Institute, London from 1948 until 1976. `(He) was a remarkable person who achieved great things. His sensitive observations and brilliant observations made history, and the courage with which he disseminated – ...
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James Robertson

[novelist] James Robertson (born 1958) is a Scottish writer who grew up in Bridge of Allan, Stirlingshire. He is the author of several short story and poetry collections, and has published five novels: The Fanatic, Joseph Knight, The Testament of Gideon Mack, And the Land Lay Still, and The Professor of Truth. The Testament of Gideon Mack w...
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James Robertson

[monk] Dom James Robertson OSB (1758–1820) Scottish Benedictine Monk & British Napoleonic War Intelligence Agent. Educated at Dinant and Regensburg, took solemn vows as a monk in 1778 and ordained in 1782. He published the first Catholic version of the New Testament to be printed in Scotland in 1792. In 1808, disguised as a cigar merchant...
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James Robertson

[cricketer] James Robertson (10 November 1850 – 21 March 1927) was a Scottish cricketer. Robertson was born in Wardieburn, Edinburgh and edcuated at Edinburgh Academy. He failed to win a blue at Oxford. He was a tall and athletically built Scot who was known for his Right-arm fast round-arm bowling, as well as his aggressive right-handed ...
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James Robertson

[new economics] The result of the debate was delete. - Mailer Diablo 05:45, 4 January 2006 (UTC) ===Evil Forest=== This is an article about a set of web-published stories written by the contributor. The contributor was asked for an external link and provided it, but it`s a link to his own site. ...
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James Robertson

[activist] James Robertson (born August 11, 1928), a British-born political and economic thinker and activist, became an independent writer and speaker in 1974 after an early career as a British civil servant. He studied Greats at Balliol College, Oxford from 1946 to 1950 where he played cricket and rugby union, and ran cross-country for th...
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James Robertson

[British Army officer] General James Robertson (1717 – 4 March 1788) was the civil governor of the Province of New York from 1779 to 1783. ==Life== He was born in Newbigging, Fife, Scotland in 1717. He came to the American colonies in 1756 as a Major of the royal American troops. He became a lieutenant colonel in the 55th Regiment of Foot...
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James Robertson

[photographer] James Robertson (1813 — 1888) was an English photographer and gem and coin engraver who worked in the Mediterranean region, the Crimea and possibly India. He was one of the first war photographers. Robertson was born in Middlesex in 1813. He trained as an engraver under Wyon (probably William Wyon) and in 1843 he began work...
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James Robertson

[explorer] James Robertson (June 28, 1742 – September 1, 1814) was an explorer and pioneer active primarily in what is now the State of Tennessee during the second half of the 18th century. An early companion of explorer Daniel Boone, Robertson helped establish the Watauga Association in the early 1770s, and helped defend Fort Watauga fro...
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James Robertson

[Trotskyist] James Robertson (born 1928) is National Chairman (consultative) of the Spartacist League of the United States, which is a section of the International Communist League (Fourth Internationalist), an international organization of small Trotskyist groups. Robertson is a consultative member of the ICL`s international executive comm...
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James Robertson

[footballer, born 1873] Robertson`s earliest known club was Chatham of the Southern League. In 1898 he joined another Kent-based club, New Brompton, where he spent three seasons and made a total of 63 Southern League appearances. In his first eleven games he played as a defender, but he then took over from Archibald Pinnell as goalkeeper fo...
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James Robertson

[orientalist] James Robertson (1714–1795) was a Scottish orientalist. ==Life== Born in the parish of Cromarty, Robertson studied for many years at Leyden University under Jan Jacob Schultens. He was called to his native parish as minister, having been licensed by the presbytery of Edinburgh on 28 November 1744. He did not settle at Cromar...
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