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"Cameron discoveries" in: Architectural Review, 1982, 1030. J. M. Robinson, D. Shvidkovsky. pp. 42–51 - includes bibliographical references.
"The Signior" in: AA-Files, 1985, 8 J. M. Robinson. pp. 108–109 - book review.
"In pursuit of excellence" in: Country Life, 1979, 4277 J. M. Robinson. pp. 2113–2114.
"Classical quartet: new country houses" in: Country Life, 35/1990 J. M. Robinson. pp. 74–77.
"No. 20 St James's Square, London" in: Country Life, 44/1989 J. M. Robinson pp. 152–157.
"Pavilions to pleasure" in: Country Life, 14/1989 K. Powell, J. Glancey, J. M. Robinson. pp. 132–133.
"Scraping the ceiling" in: Country Life, 16/1989 J. M. Robinson. pp. 192–193.
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^John Ezard (June 26, 2002). "Obituary: The Duke of Norfolk: As Britain's premier peer and senior Catholic layman, he led a spirited but quiet life". The Guardian.|accessdate= requires |url= (help)
^"Nothing second-rate or suburban about this man's book". Derby Evening Telegraph. January 18, 2007.|accessdate= requires |url= (help)