Any of these are okay for a beginner.
Your money will go further in the used market. But at your stage don't worry about it.
You need at least a half a year under your belt before you can even start to really notice the differences in guitar and before you will know if you want to stick with it.
If possible play them all and try to have someone else play them as well. Pick the one that has the best sound and or playability.
All of them should really sound quite good. One might stick out as particularly good or bad when tested so pay close attention.
I'm a first year student and I'm more than happy with my Cordoba CP110. I scored it for 30 bucks off Craigslist.. You can't beat that.
I think the modern equivalent is the C3M. That may be one to add to your list.
The old adage is.. Buy the best guitar you can afford. If your budget is low.. Almost any guitar will honestly work to start. I started on a 15 dollar Silvertone.. Still have it.
If you can afford a better guitar, more expensive generally does equal better (not always, of course).
You will get some more responses and suggestions from people who have probabaly played all of these. I'm just giving general advice.
Cordoba CP110: RC Recital RL50 MT:Battered Flesh
Workin' on: Sor Op. 60 No. 2