Stor Joseph : A discovery of the ground from whence the persecution did arise, and the proceedings of those that were actors in it, in Northamptionshire, against the servant of the most high God William Deusbery, : whom they have cast into prison for the Word of God, and for the testimony of Jesus Christ, and Ioseph Stor, who was allowed of the Lord to come to visit him, and for the truths sake, that not any lie might rest upon it, to cause the simple to stumble at the ways of truth: here is declared the truth of the matter, as followcth [sic] ...; Dewsbury, William,
Storch Johann 1681 1751 : The woman beneath the skin : a doctor's patients in eighteenth-century Germany / translated by Thomas Dunlap.; Duden, Barbara.
Stordy Thomas 1684 : The Memory of that faithful man of God, Thomas Stordy, late of Cumberland, deceased : revived by the testimonies of several faithful friends given concerning him, his sincere life and blessed end.
Store Decoration : The value of design in retail and branding [electronic resource] / edited by Katelijn Quartier, Ann Petermans, T.C. Melewar and Charles Dennis.
Store Hours England Early Works To 1800 : A perfect relation of the horrible plot, and bloudy conspiracie, of the malignant party at Edmondbury in Suffolk, for the murdering of Mr. Lanceter and divers other eminent and well-affected persons, for opening of their shops upon Christmas-day. : Also, the number of the conspirators, and the manner how they were appeased, with the losse on both sides. Together with a proclamation thereupon, and the apprehending of the chiefe ring-leaders, and how they are to be tryed the next sessions. January, 4. 1647. Printed and published, and to be presented to the wel-affested [sic] party, through-out each respective county within the kingdome of England.; L. M.
Store Location Europe : European airport retailing : growth strategies for the new millennium / Paul Freathy and Frank O'Connell.; Freathy, Paul.
Store Location Planning : Retail geography and intelligent network planning / Mark Birkin, Graham Clarke and Martin Clarke.
Stores Retail Law And Legislation England Early Works To 1800 : By the King. A proclamation for the better discouery and preuention of burglaries, robberies, and other frauds and abuses, : and for the suppressing of all secret and vnlawfull practises of retayling brokers, and others which may occasion the same.; England and Wales.
Storm Surges England : A True and perfect relation of the great damages done by the late great tempest, and overflowing of the tyde upon the coasts of Lincolnshire and county of Norfolk : also an accompt of the ships cast away, houses beaten down, and men, women and children drowned by the late inundation.
Stormont David Murray Viscount : Copy of two holograph letters under the deceast Viscount of Stormonts hand, : which (besides several others) prove, that the rights acquired by the said Viscount on the estate of Annandale Murray, were in trust for the behove of Sir Robert Murray alias Creichton.
Storms Atlantic Ocean Early Works To 1800 : A monumental memorial of marine mercy : being an acknowledgement of an high hand of Divine deliverance on the deep in the time of distress, in a late voyage from Boston in New-England to London, anno 1683. : In a poem. / By Richard Steere. ; To which is added another occasioned by several remarkable passages happening at the birth of a male child on board the same ship in her voyage returning 1684. By the same author then a passenger.; Steere, Richard,
Storms British Isles History : Historic storms of the North Sea, British Isles and Northwest Europe / Hubert Lamb in collaboration with Knud Frydendahl.; Lamb, H. H.
Storms England : A strange relation of the suddain and violent tempest, which happened at Oxford May 31, Anno Domini 1682 : together with an enquiry into the probable cause and usual consequents of such like tempests and storms.; Harrison, Robert,
Storms England Cheshire Early Works To 1800 : True relation of the great thunder, lightning, rain, great vvind, and prodigious hail, that happened at Alvanley in the parish of Frodham in Cheshire, on Sunday the 19th day of June, 1687 : as it was sent to a merchant in London.
Storms Germany : A wonderfull and most lamentable declaration of the great hurt done, and mighty losse sustained by fire that hapned : and mighty stormes of winde, thunder, lightning, haile, and raine, with inundations of water, that fell in the towne of Erfford and Weinmar; and in country of Wurtenburgh, as namely in the townes of Nagolt, Hernburg, Rotenburch, Tubingen, Issingen, Elwang, and Dunken-spiel, as also in many other places of Germany, to the great destruction of thousands of men, women, and children; houses, cattle, corne, money, houshold-stuffe, and many other things; in the month of May, but much more in the month of Iune last past, anno, 1613. With a briefe relation of a great fire, which vpon the fourteenth of Iune hapned in the citty of Constantinople, and burnt fiue thousand houses. ... Printed at Collen in High Ducth [sic], and translated into English.