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John Robinson (7 November 1650 – 11 April 1723), English diplomat and prelate, a son of John Robinson (died 1651), was born at Cleasby, near Darlington.
Educated at Brasenose College, Oxford, he became a fellow of Oriel College, and about 1680 chaplain to the British embassy to Stockholm, and remained in Sweden for nearly thirty years. During the absence of the minister, Philip Warwick, Robinson acted as resident and as envoy extraordinary, and he was thus in Sweden during a very interesting and important period, and was performing diplomatic duties at a time when the affairs of northern Europe were attracting an unusual amount of attention.
Among his adventures not the least noteworthy was his journey to Narva with Charles XII in 1700.