Newell Thomas 1680 : The confession and execution of the five prisoners that suffered at Tyburn, on Friday the 4th of June, 1680. : Viz. Thomas Newell, John Biggs, [bracket] both guilty of burglary, and also of breaking prison lately out of Newgate. John Eakins, one of the same crew for burglary. George D. a marshals man, for murdering a child. And Richard Spykeman, for burglary. : With an account of their behaviour after condemnation, and at the place of execution.
Newent England Maps : [Gloucestershire] [cartographic material] : sheet SO 72 NW.; Great Britain.
Newes From Brussels : A reply to that malicious letter, pretended to be sent from Brussels by a near attendant on His Majesties person &c.; P. N.
Newes From Gulick And Cleve : A most true relation of the affaires of Cleve and Gulick : as also of all what hath passed this last summer, since the most excellent and victorious prince, Maurice of Nassau, tooke the field with his armie, encamping before Rees in Cleueland: and the losse of Wesel, taken in by the Marques Spinola: vnto the breaking vp of our armie in the beginning of December last past. 1614. With the articles of the peace, propounded at Santen By Henrie Peacham.; Peacham, Henry,
Newey Margaret : Captain Charles Newy's case impartially laid open, or, A true and full narrative of the clandestine proceedings aginst [sic] him : as it was hatched, contrived, and maliciously carried on by Mrs. Margaret Newey, widdow.; Newey, Charles.
Newfoundland History : The humble address of the Lords spiritual and temporal to His Majesty : in relation to the petition of Charles Desborow, late captain of His Majesty's ship Mary Gally, employ'd in the expedition to Newfoundland in the year 1697 under the command of Captain John Norris : and His Majesty's most gracious answer thereto.; England and Wales.