Squire, J. F. (John Franklin), 1739 or 40-1818. / Author. : To the Reverend the Master, the President, and Mr. Story. Gentlemen, as the period is arrived, when it is more agreeable to deliver our sentiments in writing, than by a personal attendance, we communicate to you the result of the journey to Weston [electronic resource].
Squire, J. M. : Offshore Site Investigation and Foundation Behaviour [electronic resource] : Papers presented at a conference organized by the Society for Underwater Technology and held in London, UK, September 22-24, 1992 / edited by D.A. Ardus, D. Clare, A. Hill, R. Hobbs, R.J. Jardine, J.M. Squire.
Squire, Robert, Esq. : 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 [electronic resource].
Squire, Robert, fl. 1645. : The arraignement and condemnation of the chiefe heresies and errours of these times. [electronic resource] : 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.