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title. STOLBERG, Fred. Leopold, Count. A concise Account of Stonehenge, and Travels through Germany, Switzer
the Barrows round it, situate upon Salisbury
Plain. 12mo. 28 pages, with fine engrarland, Italy and Sicily, transl. from
ings on wood. the German by Thomas Holcroft. A Description of Stonehenge, Abiry, &c. London, 1796. 4to. 2 vols.
in Wiltshire ; with an Account of the Learn. With plates. Hibbert, 7732, 10s. 6d. ing and Discipline of the Druids : to which Towneley, pt. ii. 1440, 10s. 6d. Duke of is added an Account of Antiquities on SalisYork, 4958, 11. ls. Fonthill, 424, 11. 178. bury Plain. Salisbury, 1776. 12mo. 100
STONARD, John, D.D. A Com- pages, with six wood cuts. mentary on the Vision of Zechariah, Plain : to which is added, an Account of the
A Description of Stonehenge on Salisbury the Prophet ; with a corrected Fall of three Stones, Jan. 3, 1797. Salisb. Translation and critical Notes. 1800. 12mo. 92 pages, with five views of London, 1824. 8vo.
Stonehenge, engraved by H. Roberts.
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The Solemnity of the Earl of SandStonehenge.—The most notable Antiquity of Great Britain, vulgarly duct Queen Catharine to England,
wich's Embassy to Lisbon to concalled Stone-Heng, on Salisbury with her Reception, and the King's Plain, restored, by Inigo Jones : to
Procession the River from which are added, the Chorea Gigan- Hampton Court to Whitehall. tum, or Stone-Heng restored to the
The work contains seven plates, with deDanes, by Dr. Charleton; and Mr. scriptions in Latin, English, and Spanish. Webb's Vindication of Stone-Heng The artists were Flemings
, and Theodore
was afterwards appointed painter to the restored, in Answer to Dr. Charle
Queen of England. ton's Reflections ; with Observa
Stopes, L. An Ave Maria in tions upon the Orders and Rules of
Commendation of our most vertuous Architecture in Use among the ancient Romans. London, 1725. fol. Queene (Mary). London by Rich.
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