Robin Hood

Robin Hood, a famous outlaw who, with his companions, held court in Sherwood Forest, Nottingham, and whose exploits form the subject of many an old English ballad and tale. He was a robber, but it was the rich he plundered and not the poor, and he was as zealous in the protection of the weak as any Knight of the Round Table; he was an expert in the use of the bow and the quarter-staff (q.v.), and he and his men led a merry life together.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Robespierre, Maximilien * Robins, Benjamin
Robert II.
Robert III.
Robert the Devil
Roberts, David
Roberts, Lord
Robertson, Frederick William
Robertson, Joseph
Robertson, Thomas William
Robertson, William
Robespierre, Maximilien
Robin Hood
Robins, Benjamin
Robinson, Edward
Robinson, Henry Crabb
Robinson, Hercules George Robert, Lord Rosmead
Robinson, Mary
Robson, Frederick
Rochambeau, Comte de
Rochdale
Roche, St.
Rochefort, Comte de

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