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.
Blake, John Lewis, 1788-1857. : Conversations on natural philosophy, in which the elements of that science are familiarly explained, and adapted to the comprehension of young pupils / by the author of Conversations on chemistry, and Conversations on political economy ; improved by appropriate questions, for the examination of scholars, also by illustrative notes, and a dictionary of philosophical terms, by John Lauris Blake.
Blake, John, : The sea chart : the illustrated history of nautical maps and navigational charts / John Blake ; foreword by the Duke of York.
Blake, John Peter. : Disputatio medica inauguralis de dyspepsia ... / Eruditorum examini subjicit Johannes Petrus Blake ...
Blake, John : A letter to a surgeon on inoculation. : Containing remarks on Dr. Dimsdale's Pamphlet upon that Subject; The Improvements that have been made in this important Branch of the Medicinal Art, since the Publication of that Pamphlet; The Author's Successful Method of Practice, Particularly with Infants and Young Children; and The Method of Preparing and Administering a Powerful and Efficacious Remedy to be given in the Eruptive Fever, the Use of which will render the Practice of Inoculation still more General and more Secure. To which are added, some singular cases. By John Blake, Surgeon, at Bristol.
Blake, John W. (John William), 1912-1987. : Europeans in West Africa 1450-1560 : documents to illustrate the nature and scope of Portuguese enterprise in West Africa, the abortive attempt of Castilians to create an empire there and the early English voyages to Barbary and Guinea / translated and edited by John William Blake.
Blake, Joseph, active 1695. : To his Grace John Marquess of Tweeddale, his Majesties High Commissioner for the kingdom of Scotland : the humble petition of Nicholas Dupin Esquire, Joseph Blake, Peter Kersteman, and Nathaniel VVyersdale of London merchants, in behalf of themselves and ... their partners, for working of all sorts of mines and mineralls in his Majesties ancient kingdom of Scotland.