Blake, J. R. : Bubble Dynamics and Interface Phenomena [electronic resource] : Proceedings of an IUTAM Symposium held in Birmingham, U.K., 6-9 September 1993 / edited by J.R. Blake, J.M. Boulton-Stone, N.H. Thomas.
Blake, J. R. (John R.), 1947- : Bubble dynamics and interface phenomena : proceedings of an IUTAM Symposium held in Birmingham, U.K., 6-9 September, 1993 / edited by J.R. Blake, J.M. Boulton-Stone, and N.H. Thomas.
Blake, James Vila : BRIDGE / LILBURN / IRELAND / ORR / FINZI: Songs for Baritone [electronic resource]
Blake, James W. : ELLINGTON, Duke: Cotton Tail (1940) (Duke Ellington, Vol. 7) [electronic resource]
Blake, Jamilia J., : Psychoeducational assessment and intervention for ethnic minority children : evidence-based approaches / edited by Scott L. Graves, Jr., Duquesne University, and Jamilia J. Blake, Texas A&M University.
Blake, John, 1747 or 1748-1801. : "Sir, I received your letter to-day, inclosing a list of gentlemen as candidates for the vacant lectureship of my parish, also a proposition to have a joint lectureship. The latter I totally disapprove of, and in pursuance of my predecessor, Dr. Hotham's plan, have returned a list of six gentlemen (and who are equaly alike to me) from which the gentlemen of the parish may make their choice....
Blake, John, : A plan, for regulating the marine system of Great Britain. : In which the service of the navy, the interest of the merchant, and the contentment of seamen and their Families, are impartially considered; and each endeavoured to be provided for, in such Manner, that there is Reason to hope it may give universal Satisfaction: And Enable the Nation to carry on both War and Commerce at the same Time, with equal Vigour and Spirit; And Particularly Raise Ten or Twelve Thousand Volunteers in a very short Time, with little or no Expence to the Government. By Captain John Blake, Who was in the Fleet under Sir Charles Wager at the Siege of Gibraltar, Anno 1727; commanded a Ship to the Mediterranean in 1733, and afterwards the Ships Hallifax and Lincoln, in the Service of the East-India Company.