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Robert Harley, Primer Conde de Oxford y Mortimer (Londres, 5 de diciembre de 1661 - ibídem, 21 de mayo de 1724), fue un estadista inglés de los periodos estuardo y georgiano. Hijo mayor de Sir Edward Harley (1624-1700), prominente terrateniente en Herefordshire , y su tercera esposa escritora de cartas Brilliana Harley (h. 1600-1643), nació en Bow Street, Covent Garden , Londres.
17/05/2022 · Robert Harley, 1st earl of Oxford, (born December 5, 1661, London, England—died May 21, 1724, London), British statesman who headed the Tory ministry from 1710 to 1714. Although by birth and education he was a Whig and a Dissenter, he gradually over the years changed his politics, becoming the leader of the Tory and Anglican party.
Abigail Stephens. Robert Harley, 1st Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer, KG PC FRS (5 December 1661 – 21 May 1724) was an English and later British statesman of the late Stuart and early Georgian periods. He began his career as a Whig, before defecting to a new Tory ministry. He was raised to the peerage of Great Britain as an earl in 1711.
Robert Harley is a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, where he has been on the faculty since 1993. Harley's research focuses on air quality and sustainable transportation; he is an author of over 100 papers published in peer-reviewed scientific journals.
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Professor Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engineering University of California, Berkeley Faculty Research Scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Robert Harley is a Professor and Chair of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of California, Berkeley, where he has been on the faculty since 1993.
Robert Harley (died 1673) (1626–1673), British Member of Parliament for Radnor Robert Harley, 1st Earl of Oxford and Earl Mortimer (1661–1724), Member of Parliament for Radnor and Tregony Robert Harley (c. 1706 – 1774), Member of Parliament for Leominster, 1731–1741 and 1742–1747, and Droitwich