Электронная книга: James Robertson «The Fanatic»

The Fanatic

Издательство: "HarperCollins"

ISBN: 9780007404766

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James Robertson

James Robertson, Jim Robertson, Jimmy Robertson and Jamie Robertson is a name shared by the following individuals:

Public officials

*James Robertson (loyalist) (1710–1788), Scottish-English military official; civil governor of the Province of New York (1780–83)
*James Robertson, Baron Robertson (1845–1909), Scottish judge and political figure; Solicitor General; Conservative MP (1885–91)
*James B. A. Robertson (1871–1938), American lawyer and politician (a/k/a JBA Robertson); Democratic governor of Oklahoma (1919–23)
*James Wilson Robertson (1899–1983), British Colonial Office official; in Sudan (1922–53); last Governor-General of Nigeria (1955–60)
*James Robertson (judge) (born 1938), American jurist; U. S. District Judge for D. C.; issued ruling in "Hamdan v. Rumsfeld" (2006)
*Jim Robertson, Australian politician; MLA since the 1980s; Northern Territory Attorney General and Minister for Community Development

ports personalities

*James Robertson (cricketer) (1850–1927), Scottish right-arm fast round-arm bowler; right-handed batter; played 1878–91
*James Robertson (soccer), American football (soccer) player; a full back defender, he played from the early 1910s to at least 1920
*Jimmy Robertson (born 1944), Scottish footballer, known as "The Flying Scotsman"; a right winger, he played from 1964 into late 1970s

Music industry artists

*James Robertson (guitarist), Canadian musician who has been co-writing and producing songs since 1999; under contract to EMI Music
*James Robertson (pianist), British pianist
*Jamie Robertson (born 1981), English composer of film scores who is also a music producer and sound designer
*Texas Jim Robertson (1909-1966), country singer from Texas


*James Robertson (explorer) (1742–1814), American explorer; with Daniel Boone in 1759; general under George Washington 1790–96
*James Robertson (botanist), Scottish botanist, from Edinburgh who, on 17 August 1771, completed the first recorded ascent of Ben Nevis
*James Robertson (monk) (1758–1820), Scottish Benedictine monk who, in 1808, served as British secret agent against Napoleon
*James Robertson (photographer) (1813–1888), English pioneering photographer; documented the Crimean War and Ottoman Empire
*James Robertson (grocer), Scottish grocer who, in 1864, originated Golden Shred Marmalade; firm is leading producer of jam/marmalade
*James Peter Robertson (1883–1917), Canadian soldier, a private, who posthumously received the Victoria Cross for heroism in World War I
*James Robertson (psychoanalyst) (1911–1988), Scottish psychiatric social worker and researcher; at London's Tavistock Clinic (1948–76)
*James Robertson (Trotskyist) (born 1928), American radical leader; Communist/Trotskyite/Spartacist activist since 1946
*James Robertson (activist) (born 1928), British writer/speaker; independent theorist of economic structures within social/spiritual values
*James Robertson (novelist) (born 1958), Scottish novelist whose "The Testament of Gideon Mack" was proposed for 2006 Man Booker Prize

ee also

*James Robertson Justice (1907–1975), Scottish actor and University of Edinburgh rector; born in London; in films and TV from 1944

Источник: James Robertson

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