The Dictionary of Australasian Biography/Miller, Hon. Robert Byron
Miller, Hon. Robert Byron, eldest son of Serjeant Miller and brother of above, entered as a student at the Middle Temple in April 1843, and was called to the bar in Jan. 1848. Emigrating to Tasmania, he was admitted to the bar of that colony in August 1855. Having entered Parliament, he was Attorney-General in the Whyte Ministry from Jan. 1863 to Nov. 1866, and was sworn of the Executive Council. He married, on April 11th, 1855, Emily, third daughter of George Berkeley Harrison, of London.