Blunt, James G. : Letter of Maj. Gen. J.G. Blunt to Hon. J.H. Lane, in relation to the "Hopkins Battery," captured by the Second Regiment of Kansas Volunteers at the Battle of Fort Wayne, October 22, 1862. February 24, 1864. -- Referred to the Committee on Military Affairs and the Militia, and ordered to be printed. [electronic resource]
Blunt, John : Practical farriery : Or, The complete directory, in whatever relates to the food, management, and cure of diseases incident to horses. The whole alphabetically digested, and illustrated with copper-plates. By John Blunt, surgeon, at Leominster, Herefordshire.
Blunt, Joseph, : The genuinely secret causes and springs whence, the principles and grounds : Whereon the New Congregational Society in Nottingham, have seperated themselves from the two dissenting churches there. Declar'd and stated in a variety of divers authentick memoirs. And elucidated with sundry proper observes and remarks thereon, either intermixtly or subnectedly such. Whereunto is premonstrated in a concise introductory discourse, some of the evangelical principles of the said society. By Joseph Blunt, a poor despised servant of Jesus Christ in the work of the Gospel.
Blunt, Katharine, 1876- : Food Guide for War Service at Home : Prepared under the direction of the United States Food Administration in co-operation with the United States Department of Agriculture and the Bureau of Education, with a preface by Herbert Hoover [electronic resource] / Katharine Blunt, Frances Lucy Swain, Florence Powdermaker and United States Food Administration