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Robinson, Thomaslocked

(fl. 1588–1609)
  • Ian Harwood


Robinson, Thomas (fl. 1588–1609), musician and author, was, according to his own account, the son of a servant of William Cecil, Lord Burghley, and himself was 'sometimes servant' to Burghley's son Thomas Cecil, earl of Exeter, claiming to be a 'Student in all the seuen liberall Sciences' (...

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