Stanley, John, -1723. : The life of Mr. John Stanley, of his parents: how serv'd by officers in his education. How harden'd when a boy in Spain gets to be an ensign in Ireland. How used by Mrs. Old-d. Triumphs over three of Mrs. Needham's Virgins in Clerkenwell Bridewell. Attack'd and admir'd by Thieves. With Captain Faulconer before he was kill'd, but escapes Mr. Winchurch's Sword. Why forced to turn Knight Errant. Preaches to Strumpets. How he miss'd the Murder of the Watchman in the Strand. Of his going on the Highway. Sent by the African Company to Cape-Coast Castle, but runs from Capt. Massey at Portsmouth. Goes to Flanders, &c. Of his Children by Mrs. Maycock: The exact Account of Stabbing her; Her dying Expressions, His Behaviour and Expressions Then, and in Newgate. His fancied Sights. His Defence, &c. at his Trial. His own Reasons to a Friend for the Murder. His behaviour in the condemn'd hole to his death. And other Particulars. Four letters. I. About certain Presages of his Death. II. Of his Father's being in the Press-Yard: And of his striking his best Friend, &c. III. A full Relation of young S.
Stanley, : An address to the gentlemen, clergy, and freeholders of Lancashire : on the choice of their representatives at the approaching general election for the county; wherein the merits and pretensions of Sir T---- EG----N, Mr. ST---Y, and Mr. L---R, The several Candidates for this great Trust of Representation, are fully examined and considered.
Stanley (N.D.) : Crude independence / directed by Noah Hutton ; produced by Sam Howard.
Stanley, Robert, : The substance of what Mr. Fitz Gerald answer'd to the several questions put to him by the House of Lords the First of this instant March 1692/3. : Reduc'd into writing by their Lo[rdship]s commands as exactly as the shortness of the time & his bad memory would allow.
Stanley, Sarah Penelope, d. 1796 -- Trials, litigation, etc. : The new Newgate calendar [electronic resource] : being interesting memoirs of notorious characters, who have been convicted of outrages on the laws of England, during the seventeenth century, brought down to the present time, chronologically arranged : comprising traitors, murderers, incendiaries, ravishers, pirates, mutineers, coiners, highwaymen, footpads, housebreakers, rioters, extortioners, sharpers, forgerers, pickpockets, fraudulent bankrupts, money droppers, impostors, and thieves of every description : containing also a number of interesting cases never before published, with occasional essays on crimes and punishments, original anecdotes, and observations on particular cases, explanations of the criminal laws, the speeches, confessions, and last exclamations of sufferers : to which is added, a correct account of the various modes of punishment of criminals in different parts of the world / by Andrew Knapp and William Baldwin.
Stanley, Thomas, 1625-1678. -- Early works to 1800. : A short account of Dr Bentley's humanity and justice, to those authors who have written before him : with an honest vindication of Tho. Stanley, Esquire, and his notes on Callimachus. To which are added, some other observations on that poet. In a letter to the Honourable Charles Boyle, Esq;. With a postscript, in relation to Dr. Bentley's late book against him. To which is added an appendix, by the bookseller; wherein the doctor's mis-representations of all the matters of fact wherein he is concern'd, in his late book about Phalaris's Epistles, are modestly consider'd; with a letter from the Honourable Charles Boyle, Esq;, on that subject.
Stanley, Thomas, 1749-1818. -- Library -- Catalogs. : Bibliotheca Stanleiana : a splendid selection of rare and fine books, from the distinguished library of Colonel Stanley. The selection contains all his rare Italian and Spanish poetry, novels and romances ... The book will be sold by auction by R.H. Evans .. on Friday the 30th of April and seven following days ...
Stanley, Thomas John, -- Trials, litigation, etc. : In the High Court of Justice, Chancery Division, Mr. Justice Kekewich, between Thomas John Stanely and others, plaintiffs, and the Mayor, aldermen, and citizens of the city of Norwich, and Her Majesty's Attorney General defendants [electronic resource].