Squire, Robert, active 1645. : The arraignement and condemnation of the chiefe heresies and errours of these times. : Which may serve as an answer to a late scandalous and blasphemous libell: intituled, The arraignment of Mr. Persecution. Containing a cleer and full confutation of these sects following: viz. 1. Papists. 2. Arminians. 3. Antinomians. 4. Anabaptists. 5. Millenaries. 6. Brownists. 7. Familists. 8. Seekers. With a plaine discovery of atheists and hypocrites: and divers speciall cases of conscience resolved. / By R. Squire, a lover of truth and peace.
Squire, Robert, : The case of Robert Squire, Esq; respondent to the petition and appeal of the Right Honourable Thomas Lord Wharton, from an order of the Court of Exchequer, bearing date the 15th day of July, 1701.
Squire, William, active 1614. : Newes from Mamora, or, A summary relation sent to the king of Spaine of the good successe of a voyage : which it hath pleased God to giue in taking, and suprising, of Mamora, a port in Barbary. By the armado and hoast royall, of the ocean sea, whereof was captaine generall Don Luis Faxardo: assisted with three galleis of Portingall, vnder the command of the Conde de Elda, and fiue gallies of Spaine, vnder the Duke of Fernandina.
Squires, Arthur M., 1916- : The tender ship [electronic resource] : governmental management of technological change / Arthur M. Squires ; foreword by Harold C. Livesay.
Squires, Benjamin Mark. : Operation of the Industrial Disputes Investigation Act of Canada by Benjamin M. Squires. [U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Bulletin. Whole Number 233. Conciliation and Arbitration Series: No. 8. July 1918.]. [electronic resource]