Superior Lake : A true description of the Lake Superior country [electronic resource] : its rivers, coasts, bays, harbours, islands, and commerce : with Bayfield's chart, <showing the boundary line as established by Joint commission> : also a minute account of the copper mines and working companies : accompanied by a map of the mineral regions : showing, by their no. and place, all the different locations : and containing a concise mode of assaying, treating, smelting, and refining copper ores / by John R. St. John.; St. John, John R.
Superiorities Displayd : An essay upon feudal holdings, superiorities, and hereditary jurisdictions, in Scotland [electronic resource] : shewing, I. The nature of feudal holdings, superiorities and jurisdictions, with the casualties and forfeitures incident thereto. II. The errors and gross misrepresentations, touching the same, in a late pamphlet, entituled, Superiorities display'd, or Scotland's grievance ... III. That these holdings, superiorities and jurisdictions have not been any of the causes of the rebellions 1715, or 1745. IV. That the infringing the same may be dangerous to our happy constitution.; Bankton, Andrew MacDowall,
Superlattices : Superlattices and other heterostructures : symmetry and optical phenomena / E.L. Ivchenko, G.E. Pikus ; translated by G.P. Skrebtsov.; Ivchenko, Eougenious L.,
Supernatural Early Works To 1900 : Histoires prodigieuses (édition de 1561) : édition critique / Pierre Boaistuau ; introduction par Stephen Bamforth ; texte établi par Stephen Bamforth et annoté par Jean Céard.; Boaistuau, Pierre,
Supernatural England Early Works To 1800 : God's marvellous wonders in England : containing divers strange and wonderful relations that have happened since the beginning of June, this present year 1694. I. A strange and wonderful shower of wheat that fell in Wiltshire, on the 27th. of June, 1694. of which people gathered considerable quantities in the fields and roads, &c. II. The Kentish wonder; or, an account of sundry grass fields sprouting up with corn, where none has been known to be sown for 4 years past, near Maidstone, in Kent in the grounds of an honest farmer, who who [sic] was very charitable to the poor in these hard times. III. An account of a terrible storm of hail, near Darlington, in the bishoprick of D[ur]ham, on the 2. of July, 1694. by which divers persons and cattel were hurt, and birds in their flight beat down dead; with the hailstones of 6 inches in circumference, in divers fo[r]ms, as swords, coronets divers sorts of fruits, &. IV. An account of a mighty monstrous whale app[e]aring off the mouth of the River Humber, of 40 foot in length on t