Newman John : Xenophon's history of the affairs of Greece : in seven books : being a continuation of the Peloponnesian War, from the time where Thucydides ends, to the battel at Mantinea : to which is prefixed an abstract of Thucydides and a brief account of the land and naval forces of the ancient Greeks / translated from the Greek by John Newman.
Newman John Active 17th Century : The light within: or, a plain discovery of the light in man : proving it not to be the Christ of God; also, that the same Jesus that dyed upon the cross did ascend, and is now bodily at the right hand of God. And that the scriptures of the Old and New Testament are the word of God, didinct [sic] from this Jesus. Very seasonable for reducing some, and preventing others from running into the common errors and mistakes of these last and vvorst times. By John Newman, a servant of Christ.
Newman John Active 1619 : A looking-glasse for petitioners : Wherein euery Christian man and woman, may cleerely see, what they are to beg at Gods hands, the manner how they are to beg, and the assurance of those things which they do beg. In a sermon preached at Framlingham Castle in high Suffolke. By Iohn Nevvman Master of Artes.
Newman John Doctor : By his Majesties authority. : These are to give notice unto all persons, that there is arrived in this place John Newman, a legal and approved practitioner in physick ...
Newman Monroe Oscar : The political economy of Appalachia : a case study in regional integration.
Newman Mr : An hundred and six lessons : or Christian directions, composed together by three godly divines, for the benefit of all those which desire to walk according to Gods word. Occasioned and begun by Mr. Newman, encreased and enlightned [sic] Mr. Johnson, multiplied and ordered by Mr. Breercliffe. Also, a briefe and profitable exposition on Psal. 119. 9. 39
Newman Murray Lee : The people of the Covenant : a study of Israel from Moses to the monarchy.
Newman Nancy : In cash or in kind : the place of financial assistance in social work / edited by N.Newman.