Definition of Stonning
1. stonne [v] - See also: stonne
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Literary usage of Stonning
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1. Travels Through the United States of North America: The Country of the by Henry Neuman (1800)
"They proceed chiefly to France, whence they bring in return brandy and wine. The produce of stonning-Town. like that of the whole State o of Connecticut, ..."
2. Dictionary of National Biography by LESLIE. STEPHEN (1891)
"... of the stonning-party Harris appears to have communicated an account of his travels in South Africa to the Royal Geographical Society, London, ..."
3. The New England Historical and Genealogical Register by Henry Fritz-Gilbert Waters (1895)
"... wtt mine & my wiues hearty loue & real respects to you & yours stonning'. March 12, 1093-94. I rest y™ JA. NOTES. BAPTISMS IN THE SECOND CHURCH OF ..."
4. Elements of International Law by Henry Wheaton (1880)
"... order and affording protection to the conquered inhabitants ; and (3) property taken on the field of battle, or in stonning a fortress or town (re). ..."
5. The Annual Register, Or, A View of the History, Politics, and Literature for by Edmund Burke, Benjamin Franklin Collection (Library of Congress), John Davis Batchelder Collection (Library of Congress) (1814)
"... and another battery, (which was expected), I have little doubt but we should have succeeded, particularly with such a stonning party as Colonel ..."