Staresmore Sabine : A Christian reprofe against contention : Wherin is declared and manifested a just defence of the Church against such slanderes and reproches which Sabine Staresmore hath layd vpon vs in his two bookes, the first being 16 questions, called a louing tender. The second is his preface and postscript befor and behind Mr. Answorths last sermon, and making a pretence by that to sett it out as a loue token, hee breetheth out his malice against vs: and lastly her is an answer to a letter written by Mr. Robinson, and sent to vs with the consent of his Church, which now Mr. Staresmore hath published to the world. To these things an answer is giuen by A.T.; A. T.,
Starfishes : Catalog of the type specimens of Seastars (Echinodermata: Asteroidea) in the National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution.; Ahearn, Cynthia Gust.
Starkey John : The case of the Earl of Macclesfield, against Mr. John Starkey, : who while be served as a jury-man, published a malicious libel against the said Earl and others, contrary to law, and all pretence of colours from the office of jury-man.
Starkey John Active 17th Century : The case of Mr. John Starkey : he being one of the Grand Jury for the county Palatine of Chester, at the Grand Sessions or Assizes held for that county in anno 1683, did with Sir Thomas Grosvenor Bar.
Starkey John Divine : A catalogue of very good Latin and English books, on most subjects: being the library of the late worthy divine, Mr. John Starkey: : which will be sold by auction; the sale to begin on Thursday the 11th. of October, betwixt three and four of the clock in the afternoon precisely, at the sign of the Crown near the Pump in Little-Britain. Conditions of sale ...
Starkey Stanley : Upon the death of the honourable and truly worthy gentleman Sr. Edward Massie, : one of His Majesties most Honourable Privy Council. VVho dyed the 23. of May, 1674.; Starkey, Stanley.
Starling Major General : A great plot against the Parliament of England and the Army under command of His Excellency Sir Thomas Fairfax. : Wherein is set forth, the manner of a most bloudy engagement to destroy both Parliament and Army. With the names of the Scottish conspirators. And the proceedings of both Houses thereupon. Discovered by Colonell Jones, and read in both Houses of Parliament. Die 24. of September, 1647.
Starling Richard : An answer to Mr. Starling's pretence : that Mrs. Jane Ettrick was married to one John Knott, a drawer at the Crown-Tavern in the Strand, in opposition to Mr. Ettrick's bill.
Starling Sloop : The fighting captain : Frederic John Walker R.N. and the Battle of the Atlantic.; Burn, Alan,
Starlings Early Works To 1800 : The wonderfull battell of starelings : fought at the citie of Corke in Ireland, the 12. and 14. of October last past. 1621. As it hath been credibly enformed by diuers noble-men, and others of the said kingdome, &c.
Starnes John : Closely guarded : a life in Canadian security and intelligence.; Starnes, John.
Starr Donald C 1901 1992 : The schooner Pilgrim's progress : a voyage around the world, 1932-1934 / Donald C. Starr ; with supplemental material by Harold Peters and Horace W. Fuller ; [edited by Richard M. Dey].; Starr, Donald C.,