Stapleton Miles Sir 1628 1707 : The tryal of Sr. Miles Stapleton Bar. for high treason in conspiring the death of the King, &c. at York assizes on the 18th day of July, 1681 : before the Right Honourable Sir William Dolben knight, one of the Justices of the Court of Kings bench and William Gregory, Esq; one of the barons of the court of exchequer then judges of assize for the northern circuit : to which is added the tryal and condemnation of Mr. Thomas Thwing for high treason at the summer assizes before.
Stapleton Pat : Report of a seminar on "The African Child in Great Britain", Ibadan, 1-13 March 1975.
Stapleton Theobald Active 1636 : Catechismus, seu Doctrina christiana, latino-hibernica, : per modum dialogi, inter magistrum et discipulum. / Explicata per r.d. Theobaldum Stapletonium, sacerdotem Hibernum. Post indicem apposita est methodus facilis legendi linguam Hibernicam, cum charactere Romano. = Catechismus. adhon, An teagasc criostuí, iar na shoillsuí à Ladin & à ngaoilaig, ar modh chomhrá idir magistir & disciubúl. / Maile re Teaboid Gállduf, sagart erennach. Agus déis an chláir modh vras leighte na teangan Ghaoilaige à leitreacha Romhanacha..
Stapylton Robert Active 17th Century : A letter to the Right Honourable William Lenthall, Esq., Speaker of the Parliament of England : giving a true relation of a late great victory obtained by the Parliaments forces against the Scots neere Dundee, the taking the old Generall Lesley, Lord Chancellour Louden, Lord Crauford Linsey, Lord Ogleby, and 300 more, whereof divers of quality : as also A true relation (with the particulars) of a great victory by our forces neer Worcester against the King of Scots army, 5000 of the enemy kild and taken, and the taking of the royall fort in Worcester.
Star B : The History of Madamoiselle de St. Phale : giving a full account of the miraculous conversion of a noble French lady and her daughter to the Reformed religion : with the defeat of the intriegues of a Jesuite, their confessor / translated out of French.
Star Thomas : An appeal to the House of Commons, : desiring their ansvver: vvhether the common-people shall have the quiet enjoyment of the commons and waste land; or whether they shall be under the will of lords of mannors still. Occasioned by an arrest, made by Thomas Lord Wenman, Ralph Verny Knight, and Richard Winwood Esq; upon the author hereof, for a trespass, in digging upon the common-land at Georges Hill in Surrey. / By Gerrard Winstanly, Iohn Barker, and Thomas Star, in the name of all the poor oppressed in the land of England.