Robert Spencer (KG, PC), né le 5 septembre 1641 à Paris et mort le 28 septembre 1702 à Althorp, 2e comte de Sunderland (en), est un miltaire, diplomate et homme d'État anglais.

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  • Robert Spencer (KG, PC), né le 5 septembre 1641 à Paris et mort le 28 septembre 1702 à Althorp, 2e comte de Sunderland (en), est un miltaire, diplomate et homme d'État anglais.
  • 第2代サンダーランド伯ロバート・スペンサー(Robert Spencer, 2nd Earl of Sunderland, KG, PC, 1641年9月5日 - 1702年9月28日)は、イングランドの貴族・政治家。初代サンダーランド伯ヘンリー・スペンサーとレスター伯ロバート・シドニーの娘ドロシー・シドニーの息子で名誉革命の招聘者の1人であるロムニー伯ヘンリー・シドニーは母方の叔父で、マールバラ公にもなったチャールズ・スペンサーは孫に当たる。
  • Robert Spencer, 2.° Conde de Sunderland (1640 - 28 de setembro de 1702) foi um estadista e nobre inglês.Nascido em Paris, França, ele era o único filho de Henry Spencer, 1.° Conde de Sunderland, e de sua esposa, Lady Dorothy Sidney. Aos três anos, Spencer herdou as dignidades de pariato de seu pai, tornando-se o Barão Spencer de Wormleighton e o Conde de Sunderland. Robert Spencer juntou-se à Armada britânica como um capitão do regimento de cavalos do Príncipe Rupert.
  • Robert Spencer, 2nd Earl of Sunderland KG, PC (5 September 1641 – 28 September 1702) was an English statesman and nobleman from the Spencer family.His sarcasm and bad temper, and his reputation as a ruthless advocate of absolute monarchy, made him numerous enemies, and he was forced to flee abroad in 1688, but later underwent a political rehabilitation. In his last years he appeared in a somewhat different light as a disinterested adviser to the Crown who neither sought nor wished for office. By the standards of the Restoration Court, his private life was remarkably free from scandal.
  • Robert Spencer, II conte di Sunderland (Parigi, 5 settembre 1641 – Brington, 28 settembre 1702), è stato un politico e militare inglese.
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  • James Douglas
  • Henry Spencer
  • Anne Digby
  • Secretary of State for the Southern Department
  • comte de Sunderland
  • Custos Rotulorum
  • Donough MacCarthy
  • Dorothy Sidney
  • Gentleman of the Bedchamber
  • Prince Rupert's Regiment of Horse
  • Secretary of State for the Northern Department
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  • Secretary of State for the Southern Department
  • Earl of Sunderland
  • Anne Spencer, Countess of Sunderland
  • Custos Rotulorum
  • Donough MacCarthy, 4th Earl of Clancarty
  • Dorothy Spencer, Countess of Sunderland
  • Gentleman of the Bedchamber
  • Henry Spencer, 1st Earl of Sunderland
  • James Douglas, 4th Duke of Hamilton
  • Prince Rupert's Regiment of Horse
  • Secretary of State for the Northern Department
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  • Robert Spencer (KG, PC), né le 5 septembre 1641 à Paris et mort le 28 septembre 1702 à Althorp, 2e comte de Sunderland (en), est un miltaire, diplomate et homme d'État anglais.
  • 第2代サンダーランド伯ロバート・スペンサー(Robert Spencer, 2nd Earl of Sunderland, KG, PC, 1641年9月5日 - 1702年9月28日)は、イングランドの貴族・政治家。初代サンダーランド伯ヘンリー・スペンサーとレスター伯ロバート・シドニーの娘ドロシー・シドニーの息子で名誉革命の招聘者の1人であるロムニー伯ヘンリー・シドニーは母方の叔父で、マールバラ公にもなったチャールズ・スペンサーは孫に当たる。
  • Robert Spencer, 2.° Conde de Sunderland (1640 - 28 de setembro de 1702) foi um estadista e nobre inglês.Nascido em Paris, França, ele era o único filho de Henry Spencer, 1.° Conde de Sunderland, e de sua esposa, Lady Dorothy Sidney. Aos três anos, Spencer herdou as dignidades de pariato de seu pai, tornando-se o Barão Spencer de Wormleighton e o Conde de Sunderland. Robert Spencer juntou-se à Armada britânica como um capitão do regimento de cavalos do Príncipe Rupert.
  • Robert Spencer, II conte di Sunderland (Parigi, 5 settembre 1641 – Brington, 28 settembre 1702), è stato un politico e militare inglese.
  • Robert Spencer, 2nd Earl of Sunderland KG, PC (5 September 1641 – 28 September 1702) was an English statesman and nobleman from the Spencer family.His sarcasm and bad temper, and his reputation as a ruthless advocate of absolute monarchy, made him numerous enemies, and he was forced to flee abroad in 1688, but later underwent a political rehabilitation. In his last years he appeared in a somewhat different light as a disinterested adviser to the Crown who neither sought nor wished for office.
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  • Robert Spencer (2e comte de Sunderland)
  • Robert Spencer, 2.º Conde de Sunderland
  • Robert Spencer, 2nd Earl of Sunderland
  • Robert Spencer, II conte di Sunderland
  • ロバート・スペンサー (第2代サンダーランド伯)
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