Author:Thomas Newton (1542-1607)

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Thomas Newton
English clergyman, author, poet, and translator


  • An epitaphe vpon the [...] Lady Knowles (1568), uncertain attribution
  • Vocabula Magistri Stanbrigii (1577)
  • Approved Medicines and Cordiall Receiptes (1580), uncertain attribution
  • A View of Valyaunce [n.d.]
  • The Olde Mans Dietarie (1586)
  • An Herbal for the Bible (1587)
  • Thomas Newton's Staff to lean on (1590)


  • The Worthye Booke of Old Age by Cicero
  • The Booke of Marcus Tullius Cicero, entituled Paradoxia Stoicorum [...] (1569)
  • A Direction for the Health of Magistrates and Studentes (1574), translated from Latin
  • A Notable Historie of the Saracens (1575), by Agostino Curione
  • The Touchstone of Complexions (1576), translated from Latin
  • Foure Seuerall Treatises of M. Tullius Cicero (1577)
  • A Pleasaunt Dialogue concerning Phisicke and Phisitions [...] translated out of the Castlin tongue by T. N. (1580)
  • Seneca, his tenne tragedies, translated into Englysh (1581), contributed Thebais
  • A Commentarie or Exposition vpon the twoo Epistles Generall of Sainct Peter and that of Sainct Jude (1581), by Martin Luther
  • True and Christian Friendshippe (1586), translated from Latin
  • The True Tryall and Examination of a Mans own Selfe (1587), translated

Works about Newton[edit]

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