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Robert Greville, 2nd Baron Brooke: | | ||| | Lord Brooke. | | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available. Correspondence and papers of the Hon. Robert Fulke Greville (), brother of C. F. Greville, relating mainly to agricultural matters; 6 Apr. Feb. The correspondents include Sir Jos. In Greville published some piano music for a sacred melody written by Rev. W. H. Bathurst. In –40 he served as President of the Botanical Society of Edinburgh for the first time. In , Greville was one of the four vice-presidents at the World's Anti-Slavery Convention at Freemason. Robert Greville, cousin and adopted son of Fulke Greville, first lord Brooke, was born in , and entered parliament in In the civil war, he acted as a general of the parliamentary army, gained the victory of Kineton in , took Stratfordon-Avon in February, , and was killed at the attack on Lichfield a few weeks later.
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