Sylvester, Brinley, 1693?-1752. : A sermon occasion'd by the unspeakable loss, in the death, and delivered at the funeral of Brinley Sylvester, Esq; of Shelter-Island; [electronic resource] : who departed this life, December 24th. 1752. In the 59th year of his age. / By William Throop, M.A. and Pastor of the First Church in Southold. ; [Three lines of Scripture texts]
Sylvester, Brinley, 1694-1752. : A sermon occasion'd by the unspeakable loss, in the death, and delivered at the funeral of Brinley Sylvester, Esq; of Shelter-Island : who departed this life, December 24th. 1752. In the 59th year of his age. By William Throop, M.A. and Pastor of the First Church in Southold. [Three lines of Scripture texts].
Sylvester -335. : Hic fecit basilicam : studi sul Liber pontificalis e gli edifici ecclesiastici di Roma da Silvestro a Silverio / Herman Geertman ; a cura di Sible de Blaauw ; coordinamento redazionale, Christina E. van der Laan.
Sylvester -335 -- Art. : Maso di Banco : la Cappella di San Silvestro / a cura di Cristina Acidini Luchinat, Enrica Neri Lusanna.
Sylvester approximately 945-1003. -- Bibliography. : Opera mathematica (972-1003) : accedunt aliorum opera ad Gerberti libellos aestimandos intelligendosque necessaria per septem appendices distributa / collegit, ad fidem codicum manuscriptorum partim iterum partim primum edidit, apparatu critico instruxit, commentario auxit, figuris illustravit Nicolaus Bubnov.
Sylvia pas de deux (Choreographic work : Balanchine) : Maria Tallchief coaching excerpts from The four temperaments : and, Sylvia: Pas de deux / music, Paul Hindemith [and] Leo Delibes ; choreography, George Balanchine ; director and producer, Catherine Tatge.
Sylvia, 1885-1971. : Queen of the head-hunters : the autobiography of H. H. the Hon. Sylvia Lady Brooke, Ranee of Sarawak.
Sylvius, Gabriel, : Relation of the publick, testimony of joy, shewn by Sir Gabriel Sylvius, envoy extraordinary from His Majesty of Great Britain to the King of Denmark, for the birth of His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, the 12th of July, 1688.