Fleetwood, Charles, -1747. : To the publick. As the extraordinary disturbances which have lately happen'd at this theatre, greatly affect the diversions of the public, as well as the property of the manager, he thinks it incumbent on him to justify his conduct, by giving a fair and candid state of the case; ...
Fleetwood, D. M. (Dan M.) : Radiation effects and soft errors in integrated circuits and electronic devices [electronic resource] / editors, R.D. Schrimpf, D.M. Fleetwood.
Fleetwood, Edward. : The glory of women: or, A treatise declaring the excellency and preheminence of women above men, which is proved both by scripture, law, reason, and authority, divine, and humane. Written first in Latine by Henricus Cornelius Agrippa Knight, and doctor both of law and physicke. And presented to Margaret Augusta, Queen of the Austrians and Burgundians. And now translated into English, for the vertuous and beautifull female sex of the Commonwealth of England By Edvv. Fleetvvood, Gent..
Fleetwood, L. : Geological map : South Australia / compiled by W.M. Cowley ; cartography by L. Fleetwood ; Geological Survey of South Australia, Department of Primary Industries and Resources, South Australia.
Fleetwood, William, active 18th century. : The perfectionists examin'd : or, inherent perfection in this life, no scripture doctrine. To which is affix'd, the Rev. Mr. Whitefield's thoughts on this subject, in a letter to Mr. Wesley. By William Fleetwood, gent.
Fleetwood, William, : An unhappy vievv of the vvhole behaviour of my Lord Duke of Buckingham : at the French island, called the isle of Rhee / discovered by Colonell William Fleetwood, an unfortunate commander in that untoward service.