Blackhead, Stephen, 17th cent. : A relation of the wicked contrivance of Stephen Blackhead and Robert Young, against the lives of several persons by forging an association under their hands [electronic resource] : with a particular account of what pass'd at the late Bishop of Rochester's three examinations by a Committee of Lords of the Privy Council / written by the said Bishop of Rochester.
Blackheath Auxiliary Bible Society. : Substance of the speech delivered by Dr. Gregory ... : on quitting the Chair, at the fourth annual meeting of the Blackheath Auxiliary Bible Society, May 13 1815.
Blackhouse, Gord, : Mismatch repair deficiency testing for patients with colorectal cancer : a clinical and cost-effectiveness evaluation / Nazila Assasi, Gord Blackhouse, Kaitryn Campbell, Laura Weeks, Mitchell Levine.
Blacklach, John. : Conviction for the Jewes and confirmation and comfort for the Christians, or, That Jesus Christ is the true Messiah and is alreadie come : prooved from and by the Sacred Scriptures the unerring rule of truth, and by other undeniable arguments : together with the principall and most weightie objections of the Jewes answered : all being a loving exhortation to the Jewes answered : all being a loving exhortation to the Jewes by him that earnestly desireth the salvation of all wearie and thirstie soules, both Jewes and Gentiles / written by John Blacklach.
Blackleach, John. : Endevors aiming at the glory of God, that peace & truth may meet together: wherein is contained the excellency, benefit, and necessity of good government and governors: a loving reply to Mr William Prynnes speech made to the House of Commons, and afterwards published. Some matters are propounded to the consideration of the ministry; and also to particular (and to all) opinions. The first, purest, best and most blessed form and manner of government, prescribed by God, (and recorded in Gods sacred word;) together with the way of entrance, or Gods calling of persons to places of chief government, the great consequence thereof. Wherein is shewed, that government by succession, from the father to the son, was none of Gods institution, in the first and purest times. And also the government by Judges is plainly proved to be the best form of government, being Gods immediate direction, most blessed and approved for Gods glory, and for a peoples greatest good, comfort, and safety. / By John Blackleach.