Newton, Ivor. : At the piano - Ivor Newton : the world of an accompanist / [Ivor Newton].
Newton, James, -- Diaries. : The deserted village : the diary of an Oxfordshire rector, James Newton of Nuneham Courtenay, 1736-86 / transcribed and edited with an introduction by Gavin Hannah.
Newton, James, : The faithful servant crowned. : A sermon, preached April 13, at the interment of the late Rev. James Newton, ... By Caleb Evans, D.D. Together with the funeral oration at the grave, by John Tommas. ...
Newton, James, : Principles of educational and psychological measurement and evaluation / Gilbert Sax with James W. Newton.
Newton, James D. -- Friends and associates. : 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, John, : An apology : and a shield for protestant dissenters, In these Times of Instability and Misrepresentation. Four letters to The Rev. Mr. Newton, Rector of the United Parishes of St. Mary Woolnoth and St. Mary Woolchurch: By a dissenting minister.
Newton, John, : The ancient mariner and the Authentic narrative / by Bernard Martin.
[Newton, -- Early works to 1800. : A defence of set or prescribed forms of prayer; being an answer to Mr. Phelps's Remarks upon a sermon preached on that subject, pursuant to the Will of Mr. John Hutchins, on St. Mark's Day, 1745, at the Church of St. Mary-le-Bow, by the Rev. Tho. Newton, D. D. Rector of the said Church. Wherein the Remarker's false Reasoning, and rude Treatment of the Doctor in particular, the Clergy in general, and Mr. Hutchins's Trustees, are fairly consider'd and expos'd. To which is added, an examination of Mr. Phelp's reflections upon two passages in another sermon preach'd by Dr. Newton before the Hon. House of Commons, at St. Margaret's, Westminster, December 18th, 1745, the Day appointed for a General Fast. In a letter to the author. By Rev. Mr. Downes, Rector of St. Michael, Woodstreet, and Lecturer of St. Mary-le-Bow.
Newton, Richard, : Calumny refuted: or, An answer to the personal slanders published by Dr. Richard Newton, in his letter to Dr. Holmes, vice-chancellor of the University of Oxford, &c. : In which also, the conduct of the Lord Bishop of Exeter, and of the Society of Exeter-College, in relation to Hart-Hall, is vindicated. By John Conybeare, D.D. dean of Christ-Church, Oxon.
Newton, Roger, : An oration on the death of Roger Newton, Jun'r, A.M. [electronic resource] : A tutor of Yale-College, in New-Haven, who died August 10th, 1789, aetat. 26; pronounced in the college-chapel, September 2nd. / By Barnabas Bidwell, Esquire, a tutor of said college. ; Published at the request of Mr. Newton's pupils.
Newton, Roger, : An oration on the death of Roger Newton, Jun'r, A.M. : A tutor of Yale-College, in New-Haven, who died August 10th, 1789, aetat. 26; pronounced in the college-chapel, September 2nd. By Barnabas Bidwell, Esquire, a tutor of said college. Published at the request of Mr. Newton's pupils.
Newton, Samuel, : A reply to a late publication of S. Newton : of Norwich, intituled, An appendix, &c. In Answer to which it is plainly shewn, that The Quakers are not Calvinists; That the Gospel comprehends more than Words, or the bare Sense of Words; And that the Spirit of Truth is to be experienced and sensibly felt in the Minds and Consciences of Men. By Joseph Phipps.
Newton, Samuel, : Observations on a late anonymous publication : intituled, a letter to the author of a letter to Dr. Formey, &c. In vindication of Robert Barclay, and the principles of the people called Quakers. By J. Phipps.