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.,
Starvation Early Works To 1800 : A True and lamentable relation of the most desperate death of James Parnel, Quaker, who wilfully starved himselfe in the prison of Colchester. : Together with the attestation of the chief majestrates of the town, and the coroner, signed with their owne hands, and by them desired to be made publique. As also his blasphemous letter to Doctor Glisson of the same town: and his answer returned thereunto. An example of admonition to those of his own faction, and may serve for horrour to all that shall peruse it.
Starvation History 19th Century : The science of starving in Victorian literature, medicine, and political economy [electronic resource] / Andrew Mangham.; Mangham, Andrew,
Stas Leon 1916 1940 : Essai sur la vie et la mort de Leon Stas ... suivi d'extraits inedits des recherches economiques de Leon Stas.; Witmeur, Emile.
State Action Civil Rights Netherlands Early Works To 1800 : The copy of a letter sent (by me Thomas Craford) to the lord ambassadour of Amsterdam, now resident in England. : In this letter I repeat unto him, 1. How unjustly, wickedly & tyrannically the magistrates of Amsterdam did deal by me ... Secondly I require restitution and satisfaction for my goods they took from me by violence ... and lastly, I declare ... how ungrateful the Hollanders have been unto us, devouring us like a moth in former times; but now since our warres and troubles, they have plaid their parts like lions.; Craford, Thomas.