Blake William Prisoner In Exon Jayle : The condemned mans reprieve, or Gods love-tokens, flowing in upon the heart of William Blake, : a pentient sinner, giving him assurance of the pardon of his sins, and the enjoyment of eternall happinesse, through the merits of Christ his saviour. Recommended by him (being a condemned prisoner for man-slaughter within the statute) unto his sister, and bequeathed unto her as a legacy.
Blakeborough Richard 1850 1918 : Wit, character, folklore & customs of the North Riding of Yorkshire : with a glossary of over 4,000 words and idioms now in use / by Richard Blakeborough.
Blakelock R A : Wayside and woodland blossoms : a guide to British wild Flowers : first series.
Blakely Allison 1940 : African Americans in U.S. foreign policy : from the era of Frederick Douglass to the age of Obama / edited by Linda Heywood, Allison Blakely, Charles Stith, and Joshua C. Yesnowitz.
Blakemore Michael Actor : Twelfth night / by William Shakespeare ; [performed by] the New Shakespeare Company ; directed by Colin Graham.
Blakemore Phyllis : When the body speaks : the archetypes in the body / edited by Phyllis Blakemore.
Blakemore Richard 1987 : Law, labour, and empire : comparative perspectives on seafarers, c. 1500-1800 / edited by Maria Fusaro (University of Exeter, UK), Bernard Allaire (University of Exeter, UK), Richard J. Blakemore (University of Oxford, UK), Tijl Vanneste (University of Exeter, UK).
Blakemore Sarah Jayne : The learning brain : lessons for education / Sarah-Jayne Blakemore and Uta Frith.