5 edition of Sir John Beverley Robinson found in the catalog.
by Published for the Osgoode Society by University of Toronto Press in Toronto, Buffalo
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||KE406.R63 B76 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 326 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||326|
|ISBN 10||0802034063, 0802034195|
|LC Control Number||85133805|
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ROBINSON, Sir JOHN BEVERLEY, lawyer, politician, and judge; b. 26 July at Berthier, Lower Canada, second son of Christopher Robinson* and Esther Sayre; d.
31 Jan. in Toronto, Canada West. John Beverley Robinson’s father, a Virginia born loyalist, had served in the Queen’s Rangers in the closing stages of the Revolutionary War.
John Beverley Robinson was born on Jat Berthier in Lower Canada. He was the son of Christopher Robinson, a United Empire Loyalist of one of the First Families of Virginia, whose grandfather, also named Christopher Robinson, came there about as secretary to Sir William Berkeley, Governor of Virginia.
John Beverley Robinson () was one of Upper Canada's foremost jurists, a dominating influence on the ruling elite, and a leading citizen of nineteenth-century Toronto who owned a vast tract of land on which Osgoode Hall now loyalists had founded a colony firm in its devotion to the Crown, with little room for by: John Beverley Robinson was born into a family that keenly felt its exile from kin and country.
Although the Robinson name was to become synonymous with established power and influence, John Robinson would not forget the meanness of his early life and the circumstances that caused it. Robinson, Sir John Beverley Sir John Beverley Robinson, lawyer, politician, judge (b at Berthier, LC 26 July ; d at Toronto 31 Jan ).
He was enrolled at the school of John STRACHAN and made a lifelong friend of the Tory Anglican cleric. Appointed acting attorney general inhe became solicitor general after the war and left for England to finish his legal studies.
John Beverley Robinson and the conservative blueprint for the Upper Canadian community / by Terry Cook. KF Z9 R6 C66 The legal thought of Sir John Beverly Robinson, Chief Justice of Upper Canada, / by Bernard J. Hibbitts. John Beverley Robinson and the War of [Florence M Burns] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Florence M Burns.
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Sir John Beverley Robinson >Sir John Beverley Robinson () was a leading member of the Family >Compact  and of the Tory party of Upper Canada and chief justice of Upper >Canada for 33 years. John Beverley Robinson was born on Jat Berthier in Lower Canada.