Newton, James, active 1675. : They that have any friends distracted or melancholy are desired to accept this: and, they that have none, not to reject it but rather to lay it by them, that they may, when they hear of any that are so, inform their friends; who also may be desirous to hear of one that is faithful and expert in these distempers;...
Newton, James D. (James Draper), 1905-1999. : Uncommon friends : life with Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Harvey Firestone, Alexis Carrel & Charles Lindbergh / James D. Newton ; with a foreword by Anne Morrow Lindbergh.
Newton, James P. : Color atlas and text of dental care of the elderly / John R. Drummond, James P. Newton, Robert Yemm.
Newton, James, : A new theory of redemption, upon principles equally agreeable to revelation and reason....
Newton, John, 1637 or 1638-1711. : The penitent recognition of Joseph's brethren : a sermon occasion'd by Elizabeth Ridgeway, who for the petit treason of poysoning her husband, was, on March 24, 1683/4, according to the sentence of the Right Honourable Sir Thomas Street ... burnt at Leicester .. : to which is prefixed a full relation of the womans fact, tryal, carriage, and death / by John Newton ...
Newton, John, 1711 or 1712- : The natural, moral, and divine influences of musick. : A sermon preach'd in the cathedral-church of Gloucester, at the anniversary meeting of the choirs of Gloucester, Worcester, and Hereford, September 14, 1748. Published at their Joint Request. By John Newton, M.A. Rector of Taynton, and Minor Canon of the Cathedral-Church of Gloucester.