John Barnard

John Barnard (born 4 May 1946, Wembley, London) is an English race car designer and is working with Terence Woodgate designing high specification carbon fibre furniture. Barnard is credited with the introduction of two new designs into Formula 1: the carbon fibre composite chassis first seen in with McLaren, and the semi-automatic gearbox which he introduced with Ferrari in . Provided by Wikipedia

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by Barnard, John
Published 1770
printed for John Chater, at No. 39. in King-Street, Cheapside; and Thomas Vernor, at No. 86. Bishopsgate Without

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by Barnard, John
Published 1738
Printed for T. Davis

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by Barnard, John
Published 1746
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by Barnard, John
Published 1737
Printed for J. Roberts
Subjects: '; ...Barnard, John / Sir / 1685-1764 / Proposal towards lowering the interest of all the redeemable...

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by Barnard, John
Published 1737
[Printed for J. Purser ... [et al.]
Subjects: '; ...Barnard, John / Sir / 1685-1764 / Proposal towards lowering the interest of all the redeemable...

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by Barnard, John
Published 1737
Printed for J. Roberts

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by Barnard, John
Published 1741
[Printed for F. Cogan, and sold by T. Harris ... [et al.]

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by Barnard, John
Published 1750
Printed for J. Fletcher, and B. Collins

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by Barnard, John
Published 1740
Printed for T. Cooper

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by Barnard, John
Published 1745
Printed for J. Hodges and sold also by T. Cooper

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by Barnard, John
Published 1746
Printed for J. Hinton
Subjects: '; ...Barnard, John / Sir / 1685-1764 / Proposal for raising three millions for the service...

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by Barnard, John
Published 1740
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by Barnard, John
Published 1750
Printed for J. Gilmour

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by Barnard, John
Published 1838
Printed for T. Tegg & Son