John Barnard

John Barnard (born 4 May 1946, Wembley, London) is a 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 1714
Printed by B. Green: Sold by Benj. Eliot at his shop in King Street

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by Barnard, John
Published 1728
Printed for John Phillips, at the Sign of the Stationer's Arms on the south side of the town-house
Other Authors: '; ...Barnard, John...

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by Barnard, John
Published 1747
London, printed; Boston: re-printed and sold by Rogers and Fowle in Queen-Street

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by Barnard, John
Published 1798
Printed and sold by J. Fry, lower end of State Street

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by Barnard, John
Published 1731
Printed for S. Gerrish, at the lower end of Cornhill

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by Barnard, John
Published 1714
Printed by B. Green, for Benj. Eliot, and sold at his shop on the north side of King's Street

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by Barnard, John
Published 1731
Printed by B. Green, for John Phillips, at the Stationer's-Arms near the town-dock

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by Barnard, John
Published 1737
Printed by T. Fleet, for Daniel Henchman, over against the Brick Meeting House in Cornhill

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by Barnard, John
Published 1750
printed for J. Osborn, in Pater-Noster Row

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by Barnard, John
Published 1737
printed for J. Roberts, near the Oxford-Arms in Warwick-Lane
Subjects: '; ...Barnard, John / Sir / 1685-1764 / Proposal towards lowering the interest of all the redeemable...

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by Barnard, John
Published 1727
printed for Samuel Gerrish, and Daniel Henchman, in Cornhill Boston, New-England

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by Barnard, John
Published 1740
printed for T. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-Noster Row

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by Barnard, John
Published 1750
printed for James Fletcher, in St. Paul's Church-Yard; and Benjamin Collins, Bookseller, on the New Canal in Salisbury

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by Barnard, John
Published 1769
printed by Alex. Mccaslan, and sold at his shop, opposite to the Chapel of Ease, Cross-Causey

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by Barnard, John
Published 1750
Printed for J. Osborn, in Pater-noster Row

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by Barnard, John
Published 1743
Printed by A. Reilly, for J. Smith at the Philosophers Heads on the Blind-Quay

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by Barnard, John
Published 1754
Printed for J. Hodges at the Looking Glass, over against St. Magnus Church, London-Bridge; and sold also by M. Cooper, at the Globe in Pater-Noster-Row