Definition of Henry martyn robert
1. Noun. United States parliamentary authority and author (in 1876) of Robert's Rules of Order (1837-1923).
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1. Catalogue by Yale University, Columbia university, Hokkaido University (1908)
"... MA 1901 henry martyn robert, Jr., BA Yale University 1896 Edwin Jay Roberts, Bs English Norman, Ohla. Paleontology Carbondale, Pa. Carbondale, Pa. ..."
2. Origin and Government of the District of Columbia by William Tindall (1903)
"henry martyn robert. From October 1, 1890, to October 15,1891. No reelection of president of the Board. Twelfth Board.—John Watkinson Douglass, president; ..."
3. Classified Catalogue of the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh. 1907-1911 by Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh (1914)
"92 €5340 Clark, Henry Martyn. Robert Clark of the Panjab, pioneer and missionary statesman. 1907. Melrose. "The life and work of a pioneer missionary amidst ..."
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