Rysbrach, Michael (16941770)

Rysbrach, Michael, a well-known sculptor in the 18th century, born at Antwerp; established himself in London and executed busts and statues of the most prominent men of his day, including the monument to Sir Isaac Newton in Westminster Abbey, statue of Marlborough, busts of Walpole, Bolingbroke, Pope, &c. (16941770).

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

Rymer, Thomas * Ryswick, Peace of
Ruthwell Cross
Rutland
Ruysdael, Jacob
Ruyter, Michael de
Ryan, Loch
Rybinsk
Ryde
Rye
Rye House Plot
Rymer, Thomas
Rysbrach, Michael
Ryswick, Peace of
Saadi
Saale
Saarbrück
Sabadell
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Sabaoth
Sabathai, Levi
Sabbath
Sabellianism