Newton, John, active 1688-1698, / bookseller. : The history of the campagne in Flanders, for the year 1696 [electronic resource] / by Edward D'auvergne, M.A. rector of St. Brelade in the Isle of Jersey, and chaplain to His Majesty's regiment of Scots Guards.
Newton, John, b. 1711 or 12. : The natural, moral, and divine influences of musick. [electronic resource] : 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.
Newton, John Scott / Signer. : Refutation of the mistatements and calummies contained in Mr Lockhart's Life of Sir Walter Scott, bart., respecting the Messrs. Ballantyne / by the Trustees and son of the late Mr James Ballantyne.
Newton, John Sefton. : A savage history [electronic resource] : whaling in the Pacific and Southern oceans / John Newton.
Newton-John, Susan, / joint author. : Melbourne for everyone / [by] Osmar White [and] Susan Newton-John.
Newton, Joseph, 1704 or 5-1764. : A prudent enforcement of the penal laws against immorality and profaneness recommended [electronic resource] : in a sermon preached at the assizes, held at Reading, Berks, By the Honourable Mr. Justice Birch, and Mr. Baron Adams, on Tuesday, March 4. 1755. Published at the Request of the High-Sheriff-Representative, of the Gentlemen of the of the Grand-Jury, and of other Gentlemen then present. By Joseph Newton, A. M. Vicar of Coleshill, Berks, Chaplain to the Right Hon. Jacob Lord Viscount Folkestone, and formerly of Lincoln College, Oxford.