Status of Virginia agriculture in 1870. S21 A2.

Report, 1870. p. 267-291)


(In U. S. Dept. of agriculture. Staunton, Va. Annual report of the fiscal affairs of the city of Staunton, Va. 5291

Library has 1912, 1915.

-The charter and general ordinances of the city of Staunton. Codified, arranged and published under authority of the council of the city of Staunton. 1897. Staunton, Va., Albert Shultz, pub., 1897. F234 S7. 5292

203 p. 24cm.

-The code of the city of Staunton, Virginia, containing the charter and general laws and ordinances. Staunton, Shultz printing co., 1910. S7 S7.

279 p. 221⁄2 cm.

Staunton Baptist female institute, Staunton, Va. Catalog.

Library has 1871, 1872.

Staunton female academy, Staunton, Va. Catalog.

Library has 1891.

Staunton male academy, Staunton, Va. Catalog.

Library has 1890.

Staunton military academy, Staunton, Va. Catalog.

Library has 1893, 1894, 1895, 1896, 1899, 1900, 1904.







Stearnes, O. L. Tax segregation and tax reform by O. L. Stearnes, member of the House of Delegates from Roanoke Co. [n. p. 1915?]

31 p. 23cm.


. . Boston and

Stedman, Edmund Clarence, 1833-1908. Poets of America
New York, Houghton, Mifflin & company, 1885. PS303 S7 1885.


Stebbing, William. Some verdicts of history reviewed. By William Steb

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Puritan and cavalier England transplanted. New England, 1620-1784; Virginia, 1607-1799. p. 349-416.

Steger, Stewart Archer. American dictionaries
Steger... Baltimore, J. H. Furst company, 1913.

by Stewart Archer

PE1611 S7. 5301

3 p. 1., 131, [15] p., 1 1. incl. tables. 23cm.
Thesis, Univ. of Virginia.

[Stephen, James] 1758-1832. Observations on the speech of the Hon. John Randolph, representative for the State of Virginia, in the general Congress of America: on a motion for the non-importation of British merchandise, pending the present dispute between Great Britain and America. By the author of War in disguise. London, printed; New York, re-printed for E. Sargeant, S. Gould, printer, 1806. JK310 v. 37.

48 p. 22cm.


Steptoe, George. Disputatio medica inauguralis, de febre nervosa: quam, annuente summo numine, ex auctoritate reverendi admodum viri, Gulielmo Robertson, S. S. T. P. Academiae Edinburgenae praefecti; nec non amplissimi senatus academici consensu, et nobilissimae facultatis medicae decreto; pro gradu doctoris, summisque in medicina honoribus et

privilegiis rite et legitime consequendis; eruditorum examini subjicit Georgius Steptoe, Virginiensis . . . Edinburgi, Balfour, Auld, et Smellie, 1767. RS199 S83. 5303

2 p. 1., 37 p. 191⁄2 cm.

The Stethoscope, and Virginia medical gazette: a monthly journal of medicine and the collateral sciences. Richmond, Ritchie & Dunnavant, 18511855. F221 7 V72.


Library has v. 1-3, 1851-1853; v. 4, 1854, incomplete; v. 5, 1855, incom

plete. Stevens, Benjamin Franklin, 1833-1902. B. F. Stevens's facsimiles of manuscripts in European archives relating to America, 1773-1783. With descriptions, editorial notes, collations, references and translations. Issued only to subscribers London, photographed and printed by Malby & sons, 1889-95. E203 S84.

2107 facsim. in 24 portfolios. 37cm.


"The facsimiles are almost wholly of unpublished manuscripts."-Introd. to Index. Consult v. 25 (index), under "Virginia."

Stevens, Henry. Thomas Hariot, the mathematician, the philosopher and the scholar developed chiefly from dormant materials, with notices of his associates, including biographical and bibliographical disquisitions upon the history of 'Ould Virginia'. London, Priv. print., 1900. C2 H282 S72. 5306

9 p. 1., 214 p. 16 mo.

Stevens, John Austin. Yorktown centennial handbook. Historical and topographical guide to the Yorktown peninsula, Richmond, James River and Norfolk. By John Austin Stevens Illustrated. New York, Printed by C. A. Coffin & Rogers, 1881. F234 Y6 S8. 124 p. illus., maps, ports. 20cm.

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Stevenson, Burton Egbert. A soldier of Virginia; a tale of Colonel Washington and Braddock's defeat, by Burton Egbert Stevenson. Boston and New York, Houghton, Mifflin and company, 1901. B S847 S5. 5308 4 p. 1., 325. [1] p. front., plates, map. 20cm.

Stevenson, John W. An address delivered before the society of alumni of the University of Virginia, June 30, 1870. By Hon. Jno. W. Stevenson. Published by order of the Society. Charlottesville, Chronicle printing and stationery house, 1870. F218 24 U5 St84. 5309

20 p. 211⁄2 cm.

Stewart, Ferdinand Campbell, b. 1815. The hospitals and surgeons of Paris. An historical and statistical account of the civil hospitals of Paris; with miscellaneous information, and biographical notices of some of the most eminent of the living Parisian surgeons. By F. Campbell Stewart, M. D. New York, J. & H. G. Langley; Philadelphia, Carey & Hart, 1843. RA989 F7 S8. 5310

xvi, [17]-432 p. 24cm.

Dr. Stewart was born in Williamsburg, Va., Aug. 10, 1815.

Stewart, Robert Armistead. [Biographical sketch of William Gordon McCabe, with selections from his writings, by Robert Armistead Stewart]


(In Alderman, E. A. Library of Southern literature. 1909. v. 8. p. 3459-3476)

-Knights of the golden horseshoe, and other lays, by Robert Armistead Stewart. Richmond, Va., The Evans press, inc., 1909. PS3537 T3 K6 1909.


4 p. 1., 45 p. 25cm.

Poems and tales of Edgar Allan Poe. Edited by Robert Armistead Stewart, Ph. D. Editor of the rev. ed. of the Virginia Poe (Harrison) and associate professor in Richmond College. B. F. Johnson pub. co., Atlanta, etc. [c 1911] PS2602 S85. 5313

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-Textual notes for the tales of Edgar Allen Poe. Virginia ed., vols. 2 to 6. New York, T. Y. Crowell & co. 1902.

v. p. 201⁄2 cm.

PS2643 S85.


Stewart, William Henry, 1838- A pair of blankets; war-time history in letters to the young people of the South, by William H. Stewart. New York, Broadway publishing co., c 1911. E605 S845. 5315

8 p., 1 l., 9-217 p. incl. front. (port.) port. 191⁄2 cm. -History of Norfolk County, Virginia, and representative citizens, edited and compiled by Col. William H. Stewart 1637-1900. Published by Biographical publishing company, Chicago, Ill., 1902. F232 N8


1042 p. col. front., plates, ports., map. 28cm.


-The spirit of the South; orations, essays, and lectures, by Colonel William H. Stewart. New York and Washington, The Neale publishing company, 1908. F208 S91

238 p. 21cm.

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-Virginia, 1607-1907. By William H. Stewart Illustrated by Lucy Redd Wise. [Portsmouth, Va., Press of W. A. Fiske] c 1906. F221 S852. 5318

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Stiles, Robert. Address at the dedication of the monument to the Confederate dead, University of Virginia, June 7, 1893, by Robert Stiles. Richmond, Va., Taylor & Taylor, printers, 1893. 5319

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-Four years under Marse Robert, by Robert Stiles. New York & Washington, The Neale publishing company, 1903. E605 S85.


xvi, [17]-368 p. front. 221⁄2 cm.

E668 H53. also E668 H54.

-Reconstruction in Virginia.


(In Herbert, H. A. Why the solid South? or, Reconstruction and its results . . . 1890. p. 216-257)

Stillé, Charles Janeway. Religious liberty in Virginia, and Patrick Henry. E172 A49.

(In American historical association. 211)

Stimson, F. J. King Noanett; a story of old
Bay. By F. J. Stimson (J. S. of Dale).

Papers, v. 3. no. 1, 1888.

5322 p. 205

Virginia and the Massachusetts Boston, [etc.] 1896. B S860 5323

x v, 327 p. front., plates. 20%1⁄2 cm. Stirewalt, Jacob. Grades in the ministry, with remarks on the ministerial office and ordination. By Rev. Jacob Stirewalt. A posthumous work. Published by Rev. J. P. Stirewalt, A. M. New Market, Va., Henkel & co., 1881.

96 p. 22cm.


Stith, William, 1689-1755. The history of the first discovery and settlement of Virginia: being an essay towards a general history of this colony [with an appendix] Williamsburg, Va., W. Parks, 1747. F229 S85 Office. 5325

viii, 331 (i. e. 341) v, 34 p. 8 vo.
Paging irregular: nos, 295-304 repeated.

-The history of the first discovery and settlement of Virginia . . . New York, J. Sabin, 1865. F229 S86.

Reprint of Williamsburg ed. of 1747, with facsim. of t.-p.

viii, viii, 331, v. 34 p. 8 vo.
(Sabin's reprints. no. 6)

-Stith's history of Virginia


v. 37. p. 554-565)

(In Southern literary messenger.



-A complete index to Stith's History of Virginia. By Morgan P. Robinson. Richmond, 1912.

(Virginia state library. Bulletin. v. 5. no. 1. Jan. 1912)

Stockton, Thomas Coates.


The Stockton family of New Jersey and other Stocktons. By Thomas Coates Stockton, M. D. of San Diego, California. Washington, D. C., the Carnahan press, 1911.

xxviii, 350 p. front. (coat of arms) plates, ports., map. 231⁄2 cm.

Stoddard, William O. . . . George Washington.


By William O. Stoddard
C1 W318 S74. 5330

New York, White, Stokes & Allen, 1886. 307 p. front. (port.), plates. 191⁄2 cm.

James Madison, James Monroe and John Quincy Adams. By William O. Stoddard . . . New York, Frederick A. Stokes M182 S74.

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John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. By William O. Stoddard New York, White, Stokes & Allen, 1887. C1 A214 S74.


358 p. front. (port.), plates, port. 191⁄2 cm.

Stokes, William H. Doctrinal splinters; a catechism on the doctrines of the Bible. Prepared by Wm. H. Stokes, Ph. D., Richmond, Va. . . . c 1914.

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p. 237-242. port.) Stone, Ralph Walter. Coal resources of the Russell Fork basin in Kentucky and Virginia, by Ralph W. Stone. Washington, Govt. print. off., 1908. QE75 B. 5335

illus., viii pl. (partly fold., incl. 2 maps in pocket) diagrs.

127 p. 231⁄2 cm. (U. S. Geological survey. Bulletin 348) Bibliography: p. 121-122.

Stoneman's raid in Chancellorsville campaign. E468 B33.


(In Battles and leaders of the civil war. v. 3. p. 152-153)

Stonewall Jackson institute, Abingdon, Va. Catalog.


Library has 1891, 1892, 1893, 1894, 1896, 1899, 1902, 1904, 1905, 1906


Storer college, normal department, Harper's Ferry, W. Va. Catalogue. 1977 H2.



Library has 1869, 1870.

Storrs, Richard Salter. The victory at Yorktown. Speech at banquet of the Chamber of commerce of the state of New York, Nov. 5, 1881. 5339

(Modern eloquence, v. 3, p. 1094-1103)

Story, Joseph, 1779-1845. A discourse upon the life, character, and services of the Honorable John Marshall, LL. D., chief justice of the United

States of America, pronounced on the fifteenth day of October, at the request of the Suffolk bar, by Joseph Story. Boston, J. Munroe and company, 1835. JK310 V. 24. 5340

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Stose, George Willis. Geology of the salt and gypsum deposits of southwestern Virginia, by George W. Stose. F219 1 V8.

(In Virginia. Geological survey. Bulletin. no. viii.

1913. p. 51-73. illus. (map, diagrs.))



Republished with revision from Contributions to economic geology, 1911,

U. S. Geological survey. Bull. 530, pt. 1.

[Strachey, William] For the colony in Virginia Britannia. Lawes divine, morall and martiall, &c. . . . London, Printed for W. Burre, 1612.


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-The historie of travaile into Virginia Britannia; expressing the cosmographie and commodities of the country, togither with the manners and customes of the people. Gathered and observed as well by those who went first thither as collected by William Strachey Now first ed. from the original manuscript, in the British museum, by R. H. Major . . London, Printed for the Hakluyt society, 1849. F229 S74. 5343 viii, xxxvi p., 1 1., [2], 203 p. illus., 5 pl., fold. map, facsim. 22cm. (Half-title: Works issued by the Hakluyt society. [no. vi]) With facsimile reproduction of Captain John Smith's map. "A dictionarie of the Indian language": p. [181]-196.

-A true reportory of the wracke, and redemption of Sir Thomas Gates, knight; upon, and from the ilands of the Bermudas: his coming to Virginia, and the estate of that colonie then, and after, under the government of the Lord La Warre, July 15, 1610. Written by William Strachy, esquire. G159 P8. 5344

(In Purchas his pilgrimes. London, 1625. v. 4. p. 1734-1758) -The second book of the first decade of the Historie of travaile into Virginia Britannia. 5345 (In Massachusetts historical society. Collections. 4th series, v. 1, 1852. p. 221-246) The stranger's guide and official directory for the city of Richmond. Show ing the location of the public buildings and offices of the Confederate, state and city government, residences of the principal officers, etc. [Richmond, Va.], Geo. P. Evans & co., printers, 1863. F233 3 S897. 5346

31 p. 16cm.

On cover: Oct., vol. 1, no. 1.

Stratton, Joseph B. Extracts from an elder's diary. Edited by Rev. Joseph B. Stratton, D. D. Richmond, Va., Presbyterian comm. of pub. [c 1896] 5347

171 p. 19cm.

[Stratton, R. B.] A father's talks with his children about three great characters. By a Confederate soldier. Lynchburg, Va., J. P. Bell co., 1892. C01 S911.

36 p. 22cm.

Straus, Oscar S. William Lyne Wilson.



(In Southern history association publications. v. 6. 1902. p. 18-20)

Strawberry association.



Library has 129th, 1906; 130th, 1907; 133d, 1910.

Stribling, Robert Mackey. Gettysburg campaign and campaigns of 1864 and

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