The author is supposed to have written it during his confinement in the Fleet prison, hence the name.
She died in the Fleet Prison at 74, probably of breast cancer.
By 1528 he was again a prisoner, this time in the Fleet Prison.
A controversial character, he was incarcerated in the Fleet prison on three occasions.
He returned two years later and was incarcerated for 17 years in the Fleet prison.
He was jailed for debt in the Fleet prison in 1769 and died there early the next year.
When the Fleet Prison closed in 1842, some debtors were found to have been there for 30 years.
Burton was sent to the Fleet Prison for his pamphlet.
In August 1597 he was sent to the Fleet Prison.
Howard was made a prisoner of the Fleet prison and excommunicated for refusing to answer questions at the trial.