Author:Francis William Newman

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Francis William Newman
Francis William Newman


  • The Difficulties of Elementary Geometry, 1841 (external scan)
  • The English universities by Victor Aimé Huber, (ed.) 1843 (external scans (multiple parts): 1, 2, 3)
  • A history of the Hebrew monarchy, from the administration of Samuel to the Babylonish captivity, 1847 (external scan)
  • On the relations of free knowledge to moral sentiment, 1847 short work (external scan)
  • Four lectures on the contrasts of ancient and modern history, 1847 (external scan)
  • The soul, her sorrows and her aspirations, 1849 (external scan)
  • On the Constitutional and Moral Right Or Wrong of Our National Debt, 1849 short work (external scan)
  • Incomplete Open book nae 02.svg Phases of faith, or, Passages from the history of my creed, 1850
  • Lectures on Political Economy, 1851 (external scan)
  • Regal Rome: an introduction to Roman history, 1852 (external scan)
  • The Place and Duty of England in Europe, 1852 short work (external scan)
  • Select speeches of Kossuth, 1853 (external scan)
  • Catholic union: essays towards a church of the future, as the organization of philanthropy, 1854 (external scan)
  • The Iliad of Homer faithfully translated into Unrhymed English Metre. Translated by F. W. Newman. London. 1856. (transcription project)
  • Personal Narrative, in Letters: Principally from Turkey, in the Years 1830-3, 1856 (external scan)
  • Theism, doctrinal and practical; or, Didactic religious utterances, 1858 (external scan)
  • The action and reaction between churches and the civil government, 1860 short work (external scan)
  • Homeric translation in theory and practice, 1861 (external scan)
  • Hiawatha by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow: rendered into Latin, with abridgment, 1862 (external scan)
  • Character of the Southern states of America, 1863 short work (external scan)
  • The text of the Iguvine inscriptions, 1864 short work (external scan)
  • English Institutions and Their Most Necessary Reforms, 1865 short work (external scan)
  • A Handbook of modern Arabic, 1866 (external scan)
  • The Religious Weakness of Protestantism, 1866 short work (external scan)
  • Translations of English poetry into Latin verse, 1868 (external scan)
  • Miscellanies, chiefly addresses, academical and historical, 1869 (external scan)
  • The cure of the great social evil, 1869 short work (external scan)
  • On the Vision of Heaven, 1872 short work (external scan)
  • Substance of the work entitled fruits and farinacea: the proper food of man by John Smith, (ed.), 1873 (external scan)
  • Hebrew Theism: The Common Basis of Judaism, Christianity, and Mohammedism, 1874 (external scan)
  • The political side of the vaccination system, 1874 short work (external scan)
  • Moral estimate of Alexander the Great, 1875 v short work (external scan)
  • The right and duty of every state to enforce sobriety on its citizens, 1882 v short work (external scan)
  • Libyan vocabulary, 1882 (external scan)
  • Essays on Diet, 1883 (external scan)
  • Comments on the text of Æschylus, 1884 (external scan)
  • Rebilius Cruso: Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe, in Latin, 1884 (external scan)
  • Christianity in its cradle, 1886 (external scan)
  • Pamphlets, 1886 (external scan)
  • Reminiscences of Two Exiles (Kossuth and Pulszky) and Two Wars (Crimean and Franco-Austrian), 1888 (external scan)
  • Mathematical tracts, 1888 short work (external scan)
  • Anglo-Saxon abolition of Negro slavery, 1889 (external scan)
  • Political economy; or, The science of the market, 1890 (external scan)
  • Contributions chiefly to the early history of the late Cardinal Newman, 1891 (external scan)
  • On the English foreign policy in "The world's famous orations", 1906 (external scan)


Works about Newman[edit]

Works by this author published before January 1, 1927 are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago. Translations or editions published later may be copyrighted. Posthumous works may be copyrighted based on how long they have been published in certain countries and areas.