Stockman Norman : Women's work in East and West : the dual burden of employment and family life / Norman Stockman, Norman Bonney, Sheng Xuewen.
Stockman Russell : Gustave Caillebotte : painter and patron of Impressionism / edited by Ralph Gleis ; authors: Ralph Gleis (RG), Arnika Groenwald-Schmidt (AGS), Karin Sagner ; translation from German, Russell Stockman.
Stockman Tony : Proceedings of the 12th International Audio Mostly Conference on Augmented and Participatory Sound and Music Experiences / conference chairs, George Fazekas ; program chairs, Mathieu Barthet, Tony Stockman.
Stocks John Edward : Records of the borough of Leicester : being a series of extracts from the archives of the Corporation of Leicester,1130-1327 / ed by M.Bateson;revised by W.H.Stevenson and J.E.Stocks.
Stockton Eric W : The major Latin works of John Gower : The voice of one crying, and, The tripartite chronicle / an annotated tr. into English, with an introductory essay on the author's non-English works, by E.W.Stockton.
Stockton T H Thomas Hewlings 1808 1868 : American sovereignty [electronic resource] : a short sermon delivered in the National Hall of Representatives, Sabbath morning, July 28, 1861, and now published by request / by T.H. Stockton.
Stockton Warwickshire England : An Act for Dividing and Inclosing the Common Fields, Common Pastures, Common Meadows, and Other Commonable Places, within the Manor and Parish of Stockton in the County of Warwick [electronic resource].
Stockton Will : Sex before sex : figuring the act in early modern England / James M. Bromley and Will Stockton, editors ; afterword by Valerie Traub.
Stockton William Active 1663 : The forreign excise considered : Wherein by several arguments and illustrations, is pleaded as well the equity as the conveniencie of charging all forreign goods with an excise, upon the consumption, in order to the increase of His Majesties revenue. Wherein also are answered the several objections against the same; together with some demonstrations, how the setling of such an excise may hereafter become the principal means of inlarging the forreign trade of the kingdom. By W.S. and humbly offered by him to the just consideration of all sober and rational men.