Stretton, Elizabeth. : The godly maid of Leicester. : Being a true relation of Elizabeth Stretton, who lying upon her death-bed, was wonderfully delivered from the temptations of Satan, worthy the noting of all that would live and die in the fear of God. Tune is, In summertime.
Stretton, Hugh. : Markets, morals and public policy / edited by Lionel Orchard and Robert Dare.
Stretton, Jane. -- Early works to 1800. : The Hartford-shire wonder. Or, Strange news from vvare : being an exact and true relation of one Jane Stretton the danghter of Thomas Stretton, of ware in the county of Hartford, who hath been visited in a strange kind of manner by extraordinary and unusual fits, her abstaining from sustenance for the space of 9 months, being haunted by imps or devils in the form of several creatures here described the parties adjudged of all by whom she was thus tormented and the occasion thereof with many other remarkable things taken from her own mouth and confirmed by many credible witnesses.
Stretton, Richard, 1631 or 1632-1712. : A sermon preach'd at Haberdashers Hall, July the 13th, 1712. : On occasion of the death of the Reverend Mr. Richard Stretton, M. A. and Minister of the Gospel. Who dy'd July the 3d. Aged eighty. By Matthew Henry, Minister of the Gospel. To which is added, a short account of his life.
Striated muscle -- Congresses. : Muscle receptors and movement : proceedings of a symposium held at the Sherrington School of Physiology, St. Thomas's Hospital Medical School, London, on July 8th and 9th, 1980 / edited by A. Taylor and A. Prochazka.