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  John Robson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
John Robson (Perth, Ontario 14 March 1824 – June 29, 1892 London) was a British Columbian journalist and politician.
Robson remained premier until his death in 1892 after he hurt his finger in the door of a carriage and got blood poisoning.
John Robson is interred in the Ross Bay Cemetery in Victoria, British Columbia.
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 Robson Street - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
From the early to mid 20th Century, the northwest end of Robson Street was known as a centre of German culture and commerce in Vancouver, and for a long time was referred to as the "Robsonstrasse," even by non-Germans.
Robson Street is particularly famous for the fashion shops and dining that is centred on the two blocks between Burrard and Bute Streets, but which extends from Granville Street in the southeast to Denman Street in the northwest.
Robson Street is also popular throughout the Lower Mainland as a cruising street, with many exotic and rare cars and motorcycles present every weekend and throughout the summer.
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 UH - News Releases - John C. Robson, RESEARCH PROF AT UH ELECTED TO SCIENTIFIC ACADAMY   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
HOUSTON, July 7, 2003 – John G. Robson, senior research professor in vision science and consultant in the College of Optometry at the University of Houston, has been named a Fellow of the Royal Society.
Robson is one of 42 new fellows from the fields of science, engineering and technology elected to the Royal Society in May. Robson’s permanent residence is in Cambridge, England where he is a life fellow of Gonville and Caius College at the University of Cambridge.
Since 1990, Robson has been a co-investigator and consultant at UH on a project funded by the National Eye Institute.
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 John Robson -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
John Robson (March, 1824 – June 29, 1892) was a (A province in western Canada) British Columbian (A writer for newspapers and magazines) journalist and (A person active in party politics) politician.
Robson was an advocate for (Click link for more info and facts about responsible government) responsible government and joining (Click link for more info and facts about Canadian confederation) Canadian confederation.
John Robson is interred in the (Click link for more info and facts about Ross Bay Cemetery) Ross Bay Cemetery in (Click link for more info and facts about Victoria, British Columbia) Victoria, British Columbia.
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 John Robson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
John Robson, a nuclear scientist who played a key role in harnessing the power of atomic energy, died of cancer in hospital in Peterborough, Ont., on Saturday.
Robson was working for Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd. in Chalk River in the late 1 940s after Canada had been assigned the task of developing a peacetime use for nuclear energy.
John Michael Robson was born in London on March 26, 1920, and was educated at a British public school in Bristol.
www.cns-snc.ca /history/pioneers/j_robson/jrobson.html   (458 words)

 Robson2 - pafg05.htm - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
John Thomas Robson was born 1858 in Bishopton County Durham.
William John Robson (William, Henry, Henry) was born 1838 in Stranton County Durham.
John Edward Robson was born 1878 in Stranton County Durham.
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 John Robson - Canadian Confederation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
John Robson was a newspaperman and politician who supported British Columbia joining Confederation.
John Robson was born in Perth, Upper Canada (now Ontario), the son of John Robson and Euphemia Richardson.
Robson also pursued a career in politics, serving as a member of the New Westminster Council (municipal) from 1863 to 1867, and as a member of the Legislative Council of British Columbia from 1866 to 1870.
www.collectionscanada.ca /confederation/023001-2400-e.html   (511 words)

 In Memoriam - John Michael Robson
John Michael Robson, distinguish-ed scholar, astute administrator and outstanding teacher, died on April 29, 2000, in Peterborough, Ontario, after a courageous battle with cancer.
John Robson was born in London, England, on March 26, 1920.
John Robson will be fondly remembered by his many friends, colleagues and students.
www.cap.ca /pic/archives/56.4(2000)/Robson-July00.html   (803 words)

 John Stuart Mill (1806-1873), Harriet Taylor Mill (1807 — 1858), and Helen Taylor (1831-1907) Women's History Month ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
Robson and Robson began their book about the writings of John Stuart Mill, Harriet Taylor Mill, and Helen Taylor with those words — words that are hard for any mere mortal to live up to.
By the time John Mill reached adulthood, he was educated in all of the formal things in life, but he knew little to nothing of the arts, popular culture, human beings, or the social skills that make life fun and interesting for his father had given him an emotionally impoverished youth.
John Mill was unsparing in his praise for Helen, comparing her favorably with her mother.
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 PASK, PASKE One-Name Study Narratives - Person Page 22
John SAVAGE was baptized on 21 November 1812 in Holbeach, Lincolnshire.
Ann ROBSON was born in 21 December 1818 in Holbeach, Lincolnshire.
William John PASK was born in 1867 in Brentford, Middlesex.
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 Joseph Robson family of early Victoria
Joseph Robson is not mentioned in connection with Port Phillip Company mining until July 1855, when Rivett Bland had him supervise the making of a kind of Dolly Tub for the company operation on the Ovens region in north-eastern Victoria.
James Johns, whom Hannah Robson married 1841 in Brazil, was a carpenter from Cornwall employed at the Morro Velho mine.
John George Bennett, known as George, whom Jane Hudson Robson married 1887 was a farmer in Coonooer district also a Methodist preacher, child of Samuel Bennett 1828 Cornwall - 1886 Bendigo, Vic, farmer, and Hannah nee Spittlehouse 1839 Sheffield - 1909 St Kilda, Vic.
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 rorkesdriftvc.com - Francis Attwood DCM
Charles John Robson was born on 7th January 1855 at 7 Ebury Mews, near Victoria Station, London.
It is believed that Robson took up a position along the front wall during the battle, from where he could see the RE wagon/mule cart that had been abandoned near the rough cattle kraal.
Robson continued in his capacity as batman to John Chard for the remainder of the Anglo-Zulu campaign, including the final battle at Ulundi on the 4th July.
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 John Robson: What Do We Do Now?
John Robson has been covering cycling and triathlon for nearly 20 years, writing extensively for Florida Sports Magazine and numerous other publications.
Robson is also the author of The Pose Method, a book that demonstrates the popular and efficient running form developed by Dr. Nicholas Romanov.
Robson and Romanov are currently working on their second book, The Pose Method of Triathlon.
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 Site Title - Person Page 57
John was born at Morpeth, Northumberland, England, on 25 December 1800.
She was the daughter of John Robson Spraggon and Rachel Alder.
John was born at Northumberland, England, in 1833.
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 RSM Robson Rhodes: John Golding   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
Since Autumn 2002, John has been based in Cambridge, heading up the firm’s Audit Commission audit practice in the Home Counties and East of England, and has a portfolio of local government, health and education clients.
During 2002, John took part in the first round of comprehensive performance assessments of single tier local authorities, both as auditor, and as a member of two corporate assessment teams, building on his experience of best value work in the local government sector.
John has been actively involved with the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales for a number of years and is currently Chairman of the ICAEW Education and Training Directorate’s Regulating Panel.
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 NEWSMAKER PROFILE / John E. Robson / Banking on free trade / Robertson Stephens exec's D.C., international ties a plus ...
In John E. Robson's office in the Bank of America tower is a framed photograph of Robson and his son, Doug, taken last year on the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro.
Robson, a senior adviser at Robertson Stephens Co., where he specializes in investing in life-science startups, was nominated this month by President Bush to head the Export-Import Bank of the United States.
Robson strongly supports Bush's efforts to launch a Free Trade Area of the Americas -- the subject of street protests in Quebec City this weekend -- as well as the robust expansion of U.S. trade in the Asia-Pacific region and elsewhere, especially in developing countries.
www.sfgate.com /cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/2001/04/24/BU23190.DTL&type=business   (1275 words)

 ipedia.com: John Stuart Mill Article
John Stuart Mill an English philosopher and economist, was the most influential liberal thinker of the 19th century.
John Stuart Mill (May 20, 1806 - May 8, 1873) an English philosopher and economist, was the most influential liberal thinker of the 19th century.
John Stuart Mill was born in his father's house in Pentonville, London, the eldest son of James Mill.
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 Robinson - Delaware County, NY
Jane Robson, widow of the late John Robson, died of bronchitis last Sunday, at the home of her daughter, Mrs.
Robson was 87 years of age and is survived by one sister, Mrs.
Robson was a son of John and Jean (Seth) Robson, and Nov. 12, 1879, at Margaretville, he married Miss Jeanette Silver of Andes.
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 In Memoriam
Before we could recover from the sight of this procession of public figures, we were treated to five extraordinary and touching eulogies, including one from Joseph Califano, and the final one from Margaret and John's son, Douglas Robson.
It became obvious that John was beloved by many and clearly was a success in many fields, but I still was not prepared for Donald Rumsfeld.
The reception at the Robson house following the service was so packed with prominent Republicans (the Adams, Califanos and Coleys notwithstanding) that I was rubbing shoulders with Dick Cheney and Alan Greenspan whether they liked it or not.
www2.aya.yale.edu /classes/yc1952/obit_robsonmemorial.html   (641 words)

 Burness Genealogy and Family History - Person Page 111
She was the daughter of John Greig and Margaret Broom.
She was the daughter of John Smith and Catherine Reith.
     John George Burness is the son of James Hubert Burness and Florence Agnes Williamson.
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 Amazon.com: Autobiography (Penguin Classics): Books   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
John Stuart Mill was born on 29 May 1806 and died 8 May 1873, already old and famous in England and Ireland about when the young Nietzsche became a professor and started publishing his early works.
John Stuart Mill learned to compare the ideas of Ricardo and Adam Smith at such a young age that his ideals easily rose above levels of thought that would be considered common.
John Stuart Mill was raised by his father to be his intellectual heir, and a great genius.
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John Cameron received his education in Perth, Ontario and in Quebec, and then became a "printer's devil" which led to his lifelong career in the newspaper business.
The two children were taken in by the maternal grandparents, and John went to Sarnia where he joined the 1st Ontario Rifles which was part of the expeditionary force going to the Canadian west (Manitoba) to suppress the Riel Rebellion.
Luxton, and John was the first editor, printer and press man. Thus the Winnipeg Free Press was born.
www.isp.on.ca /genealogy/cameron.htm   (686 words)

 John E. Robson Scholarship for CSB Students of Public Policy - CSB | SJU - Political Science Department   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
John E. Robson Scholarship for CSB Students of Public Policy
Scholarship Purpose: The John E. Robson Scholarship for Students of Public Policy was established in 2002 by Margaret Zuehlke Robson in memory of her husband, John.
John’s life was a model of personal political engagement—the cornerstone of citizenship.
www.csbsju.edu /politicalscience/Robson-scholarship.htm   (343 words)

 Just What the Doctor Ordered - an interview by John Robson for Florida Sports Magazine - Pose Tech Library
While he has developed his reputation revamping the running styles of top triathletes like Britain’s world #3 Andrew Johns, he has quietly been expanding the science of the Pose Method® to include all forms of athletic locomotion.
Andrew Johns, when I started working on his cycling, rode 80-90 rpm and had great difficulty with a cadence of over 100.
John Robson, who conducted this interview for Florida Sports, co-authored Dr. Romanov’s Pose Method® of Running book, which was published in December 2002 and has now been sold in 33 countries.
www.posetech.com /library/fs-posecycling.html   (2247 words)

 John Robson
With Lance just minutes from the start of his final Tour de France time trial, it's almost surreal for me to think that just over a week ago I was caught up in full Tour frenzy, sneaking around 'backstage', riding giant cols, clanking cowbells, reading L'Equipe and generally being immersed in the quintessential French experience.
It occurs to me that I inadvertently gave short shrift to George Hincapie’s stellar win on the hardest stage of this year’s Tour, the death march over six Pyrenean cols to the HC finish at Pla-d’Adet.
Went to the beach at first light this morning and even though there was a nice little summer swell running and the wind was cooperating, the tide so was too fat, so I gave it a miss.
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 just what the doctor ordered - an interview by john robson for ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
The doctor was one of the prominent citizens of the town and the crowd...1 so John Robson ordered that at the next test both engines should have just 60...
John Hyde: He was one of the truly famous people of his generation.
John Robson has an entertaining column (this one is behind the subscriber wall -How to be...
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 Company Overview Recent Developments   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
Robson will be responsible for MDS Pharma Services’ bioanalysis operations in Europe, including its recently expanded facility in Zurich, as well as oversight of the establishment and operations of its state-of-the-art facility that is scheduled to open this summer in Sittingbourne, Kent, UK.
"John understands the global nature of our business and will be a major asset in bringing our services closer to our European clients and designing our facilities and drug development programs around their needs," Hulse said.
Robson earned his Masters of Science in Organic Geochemistry from the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, in the UK, and his doctorate in Analytical Chemistry from the University of Plymouth, also in the UK.
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 The Void: Where the change process stops us , by John Robson and Patrice Steen
Change requires a letting go and trust that there is a second and third base and that I can make it there.
John Robson helps people think in different ways using powerful journaling and awareness tools.
His web site http://www.higherawareness.com has a free newsletter; DAILY smart coaching questions and workbooks on time management, goal setting, creativity, journaling, life purpose, prosperity, intuition, block busting and more.
www.selfgrowth.com /articles/Steen2.html   (534 words)

 Amazon.ca: Books: Autobiography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-20)
John Stuart Mill was one of the leading thinkers of the beginning of the 19th century in almost all fields of scientific interest.
In my estimation, John Stuart Mill is one of the great great geniuses in history.
As someone who has only read "On Liberty" and "Utilitarianism", this is also a great introduction to Mill's thought because he discusess all his writings and he gives alot of background in terms of what was going on his life, in the times, etc...
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