Sorry I didn't see your list until today.
It's impossible to give you a good answer without knowing you.
I think most of that list would be OK but unless you are really in good shape athletically then some are a bit big.
A first bike should be:
In reasonably good condition.
You need to be able to flat-foot one side when fully stopped with the other heel near to the ground or on it too.
And you need to take a new riders course and get your license FIRST.
That way you have a better chance of getting test rides on used bikes to find out for yourself which one feels right for you.
How much recent experience do you have on a bicycle ?
That's a serious consideration.
I fully intend to do a safety/beginners course and get my licence before I buy anything, just for common sense. I haven't ridden a bicycle for a few years, I haven't ridden since I got my driver's licence and car when I was 16. (I'm now 19).