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"Reconnaissance" by Geoffrey Askew and E.J. King-Bull with Holland Bennett, Robert Speaight, Ivor Barnard, broadcast 24/12/1935 on the Regional(N & LR) Service;
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p. 9 The Manchester Guardian, 3 May 1916, p. 4 Trewin, J. C. and Robert Speaight: Shakespeare Quarterly, Volume 28, No. 2 (Spring, 1977), p. 135  Chisholm
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(verse), 1957; and, posthumously, a collection of his letters edited by Robert Speaight, 1971. William Bridges-Adams died at his home in Bantry, Ireland, aged
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began cataloguing all of his paintings in public ownership online. Robert Speaight (1962). William Rothenstein: the Portrait of an Artist in his Time
Roman Catholic Diocese of Bethlehem in the Holy Land (1,638 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article
"Pantenor" is that used by Lagenissière, Conquille, Vogüé, Expilly Robert Speaight, The Companion Guide to Burgundy (Companion Guides 1998, p. 4 ISBN 978-1-90063917-0
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Women's History, Vol. 17 (3), Fall 2005. The Life Of Hilaire Belloc, by Robert Speaight, 1957, pp. 456–8. Six Walks in the Fictional Woods, by Umberto Eco
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1985, p. 40 et seq. "William Poel and the Elizabethan Revival", by Robert Speaight Oregon Shakespearean Festival (now Oregon Shakespeare Festival) 1961