Strutton Richard : A true relation of the cruelties and barbarities of the French upon the English prisoners of war : being a journal of their travels from Dinan in Britany, to Thoulon in Provence, and back again ... / faithfully and impartially performed by Richard Strutton, being an eye-witness, and a fellow sufferer.; Strutton, Richard.
Stuart Charles 1689 : The Full examination of six suspected Catholick gentlemen : brought before the Lord mayor and aldermen, who were seized for dispersing the late King James's declaration : as also a relation of the death of a Scotch papist gentlemnan named Charles Stuart, Laird of Castleton, who murder'd himself at Mr. Walter Davis house ... who was suspected as a confederate with the aforesaid gentlemen in dispersing the said declaration.
Stuart House Of Genealogy Early Works To 1800 : The genealogy of the high and mighty monarch, Iames, by the grace of God, king of great Brittayne, &c. : with his lineall descent from Noah, by diuers direct lynes to Brutus, first inhabiter of this ile of Brittayne ... wherein is playnly shewed his rightfull title ... / Gathered by George Owen Harry, parson of Whitchurch in Kemeis, at the request of M. Robert Holland.; Harry, George Owen.
Stubbe Henry 1632 1676 Campanella Revived : A short reply to the postscript, &c. of H.S. Shewing his many falsities in matters of fact; the impertinencies of his promised answers to some physicians that have written against the apothecaries: his conspiracy with apothecaries to defame them, the R.S. and many learned men of our nation. Made by Christopher Merrett Dr. of physic and fellow of the college of physicians.; Merret, Christopher,