Stanwick England : The Stanwick fortifications, North Riding of Yorkshire.; Wheeler, Mortimer,
Stanwick England History : Cartimandua's capital? : the late Iron Age royal site at Stanwick, North Yorkshire, fieldwork and analysis 1981-2011 / edited by Colin Haselgrove ; from texts by Colin Haselgrove, Leon Fitts, Pamela Lowther, Percival Turnball and Steven Willis ; with contributions from Lindsay Allason-Jones [and 19 others].
Stanyhurst Richard 1547 1618 : The Irish hubbub or, The English hue and crie. : Briefely pursuing the base conditions, and most notorious offences of this vile, vaine, and wicked age. No lesse smarting then tickling. A merriment whereby to make the wise to laugh, and fooles to be angry. / By Barnabe Rich gentleman, and seruant to the Kings most excellent Maiesty, this being the 26. booke of my owne writing ...; Rich, Barnabe,
Stape England Maps : [Stape [cartographic material] : Yorkshire, North Riding 75.2].; Great Britain.
Stapeler William 1674 : Sad and lamentable nevvs from Rumford : Being a true and dreadful relation of the sad and dreadful end of one William Stapeler, a drover, who committed a rapt, or ravishment, upon the body of a young girl, that lodged in his house. For which he was brought before a justice of the peace, on Tuesday last being the 15. of this instant September, who after his examination hanged himself.
Staphylococcal Infections : Introduction to methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus.; Royal College of Nursing (Great Britain)
Stapleton Thomas : Stapleton's fortress overthrown : a rejoinder to Martiall's reply : a discovery of the dangerous rock of the Popish church commended by Sanders / edited by Richard Gibbings.; Fulke, William,
Stapleton Thomas 1535 1598 : Disputatio de sacra Scriptura, contra huius temporis papistas, inprimis Robertum Bellarminum Iesuitam, pontificium in Collegio Romano, & Thomam Stapletonum, regium in Schola Duacena controversiarum professorem: sex quæstionibus proposita et tractata, à Guilielmo VVhitakero Theologiæ Doctore, ac Professore Regio, & Collegij D. Ioannis in Cantabrigiensi Academia Magistro; Whitaker, William,
Stapleton Thomas 1535 1598 Counterblast To M Hornes Vayne Blaste Ag : The supremacie of Christian princes : ouer all persons throughout theor dominions, in all causes so wel ecclesiastical as temporall, both against the Counterblast of Thomas Stapleton, replying on the reuerend father in Christe, Robert Bishop of VVinchester: and also against Nicolas Sanders his uisible monarchie of the Romaine Church, touching this controuersie of the princes supremacie. Ansvvered by Iohn Bridges.; Bridges, John,
Stapleton Thomas 1535 1598 De Universa Justificationis Doctrina : Tractatus doctissimi viri Guilielmi Whitakeri, nuper Sacræ Theologiæ in Academia Cantabrigiensi Doctoris & Professoris Regij, & Colleij s. Ioannis Evangelistæ in eadem Academia præfecti. De peccato originali. In tres libros distributus, adversùs tres primos libros Thomæ Stapletoni de vniversa iustificationis doctrina hodiè controversa. Editus opera et cvra Ioannis Allenson Sacra Theologiæ Baccalaurei & Collegij prædicti socij; Whitaker, William,
Stapleton Thomas 1535 1598 Fortresse Of The Faith First Planted : T. Stapleton and Martiall (two popish heretikes) confuted, and of their particular heresies detected. By D. Fulke, Master of Pembrooke hall in Cambridge. Done and directed to all those that loue the truth, and hate superstitious vanities. Seene and allowed; Fulke, William,
Star Carr England Yorkshire : Excavations at Star Carr : an early mesolithic site at Seamer near Scarborough, Yorks / by J.G.D. Clark with chapters by D. Walker ... [et al.].; Clark, John Grahame Douglas.
Star Of Bethlehem : Ho astēr tou Christou Vasilikos, or, Nuncius Christi sydereus = The star of the eastern-sages : being a discourse of that star, its nature, conduct and tendency : with the glorious kingdom of the son of God, (now) under the cross, and shortly at his next appearance to fill the whole earth : also some account of comets, and other signs presaging it.
Star Of Bethlehem Sermons : E[p]i[ph]ania, or, A discourse upon the manifestation of Christ to the gentiles by the appearance of a star / by Francis Gregory, D.D. and rector of Hambleton in the county of Bucks.; Gregory, Francis.