Not in Library The Odes of Horace: Translated into Unrhymed Metres, with Introduction and Notes. London: J. Chapman, 1853. 2nd ed., London: Trübner and Co., 1876.
Available in Library Of the Illiberality of Sentiment and Practice Apprehended from a Separating of Church and State. London: British Anti-State-Church Association, 1846. Rpt. in Works 5: 25-38.
Available in Library "On Γa, Especially When a Is Negative." The Cambridge and Dublin Mathematical Journal 3 (1848): 57-60.
Available in Library "On a Free Christian Church" (1877). In Miscellanies 2: 325-33. Rpt. in Works 9: 123-30.
Available in Library "On a University Curriculum." Fraser's Magazine 92 [o.s.] 12 [n.s.] (October 1875): 539-48.
Available in Library "On Administrative Reform. 1856. After Agitation concerning Balaclava Blunders." [Not previously published.] Miscellanies 3: 22-5.
Available in Library "On Cruelty." Fraser's Magazine 93 [o.s.] 13 [n.s.] (April 1876): 523-36. Rpt. in Miscellanies 3: 395-413.
Available in Library "On Determinants, Better Called Eliminants." Proceedings of the Royal Society of London 8 (1857): 426-31.
Available in Library "On Forms of Government." Delivered in Bristol, 1867. In Miscellanies 5: 83-98.
Available in Library "On Jewish Proselytism before the War of Titus." Fraser's Magazine 97 [o.s.] 17 [n.s.] (June 1878): 693-700. Rpt. in Works 6: 107-18.
Available in Library "On Logarithmic Integrals of the Second Order." The Cambridge and Dublin Mathematical Journal 2 (1847): 77-100, 172-91.
Available in Library "On Modern Automatism." Fraser's Magazine 95 [o.s.] 15 [n.s.] (May 1877): 665-674.
Available in Library "On National Universities." Fraser's Magazine 92 [o.s.] 12 [n.s.] (September 1875): 273-84.
  "On Pindar." (See "Poetry of Pindar.")
Available in Library "On Pleasure and Joy" (1880), in Miscellanies 2: 376-84. Rpt. in Works 9: 187-96.
Available in Library On Religious Endowments. Read to the Members of the Reform Club, Manchester, 12th October, 1874. Manchester: Alexander Ireland and Co., 1874. Rpt. as "On Religious Endowments," Theological Review 12 (July 1875): 335-52; Miscellanies 3: 327-43. Rpt. in Works 5: 211-26.
  "On Sir G. Cornewall Lewis's Two Volumes of Inquiry into Early Rome." (See "Sir G. C. Lewis on Early Roman History.")
Available in Library "On Spelling Reform." Transactions of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science: Cheltenham Meeting, 1878. London: Longmans, Green, and Co., 1879. 414-24.
  "On State Provision for Vise, by Warranting Impunity." (See The Cure of the Great Social Evil.)
Available in Library "On Teaching English." Fraser's Magazine 97 [o.s.] 17 [n.s.] (January 1878): 18-21.
Available in Library "On the Berber Language of Mount Atlas, Generally Supposed To Be That of the Ancient Mauritanians." Philological Society Proceedings 1.13 (24 November 1843): 135-44.
Available in Library "On the Bible as the Protestant Basis." The Index 4.178 (24 May 1873): 213-14. Rpt. as a pamphlet, Baltimore: John P. Des Forges, 1873. Rpt. as "Protestantism Old and New" in Miscellanies 2: 262-69. Rpt. in Works 9: 17-24.
Available in Library On the Causes of Atheism: A Lecture Delivered at Bristol, on February 7, 1871. Mount Pleasant, Ramsgate: Thomas Scott, 1871. Rpt. as "Causes of Atheism: Delivered to Working Men in Bristol" in Miscellanies 2: 180-92. Rpt. in Works 8: 155-72.
Available in Library "On the Causes of the Crimean War." Fraser's Magazine 83 [o.s.] 3 [n.s.] (January 1871): 1-13.
Available in Library "On the Christian Law of Divorce" (1858), in Miscellanies 2: 23. Rpt. in Works 8: 37-8.
Available in Library "On the Comitia Curiata." The Classical Museum: A Journal of Philology, and of Ancient History and Literature. Volume 6. London: Taylor and Walton, 1849. 101-27.
Available in Library On the Constitutional and Moral Right or Wrong of Our National Debt. London: Taylor, Walton, and Maberly, 1849.
Available in Library "On the Credit System." The Leader 1.4 (20 April 1850): 85.
Available in Library On the Defective Morality of the New Testament. Ramsgate: Thomas Scott, 1867. Rpt. as "The New Testament Inadequate as a Standard of Morals," in Miscellanies 2: 159-71. Rpt. in Works 8: 111-34.
Available in Library "On the Drink Traffic." Transactions of the National Association for the Promotion of Social Science: Bristol Meeting, 1869. London: Longmans, Green, Reader, and Dyer, 1870. 583-87.
Available in Library "On a European Notation for Extra-European Sounds." The Classical Museum: A Journal of Philology, and of Ancient History and Literature. Volume 3. London: Taylor and Walton, 1846. 273-78.
Available in Library "On the Fifty-first Psalm" (1866), in Miscellanies 2: 157-58. Rpt. in Works 1: 359-60.
Available in Library "On the Galla Religion." (See "On the Relations of Theism to Pantheism.") Rpt. in The Index 4.185 (12 July 1873): [title page], and in Miscellanies 2: 214-18. Rpt. in Works 8: 233-38.
Available in Library "On the Growth of the Tribune's Power before the Decemvirate." The Classical Museum: A Journal of Philology, and of Ancient History and Literature. Volume 6. London: Taylor and Walton, 1849. 205-19.
Available in Library On the Historical Depravation of Christianity. 1872. London: Thomas Scott, 1873. Rpt. in Miscellanies 2: 241-48. Rpt. in Works 8: 193-200.
Available in Library On the Illiberality of Sentiment and Practice Apprehended from a Separating of Church and State. London: British Anti-State-Church Association, 1846. Rpt. in Works 5: 25-38.
Available in Library "On the Intrusive Elements of Latin." The Classical Museum: A Journal of Philology, and of Ancient History and Literature. Volume 6. London: Taylor and Walton, 1849. 321-61. Rpt. as "On the Northern Elements of Latin" in Miscellanies 5: 20-31.
Available in Library "On the Law of Concord." The Classical Museum: A Journal of Philology, and of Ancient History and Literature. Volume 5. London: Taylor and Walton, 1848. 345-48.
Available in Library "On the Moral Limits of Beneficial Commerce." Contemporary Review 36 (October 1879): 232-42. Rpt. in Miscellanies 4.
  "On the National Church." (See "The Future of the National Church.")
  "On the Northern Elements of Latin." (See "On the Intrusive Elements of Latin.")
Available in Library On the Philosophical Classification of National Institutions: A Lecture Delivered at the Bristol Institution for the Advancement of Science, Literature and the Arts, March 4th, 1867. London: Trübner and Co., 1867.
Available in Library "On the Progress of Political Economy from the Time of Adam Smith." International Journal of Ethics 1.4 (July 1891): 475-83.
Available in Library "On the Pronunciation of Greek." The Classical Museum: A Journal of Philology, and of Ancient History and Literature. Volume 3. London: Taylor and Walton, 1846. 382-404.
Available in Library "On the Relation of the Classical to the Syro-Arabian Languages." The Classical Museum: A Journal of Philology, and of Ancient History and Literature. Volume 5. London: Taylor and Walton, 1848. 251-62.
Available in Library "On the Relation of the Supply of Food to the Laws of Landed Tenure." The Manchester Athenæum (1876). Rpt. in Miscellanies 5: 304-20.
Available in Library "On the Relations of Theism to Pantheism." Bound in pamphlet form with the title, On the Relations of Theism to Pantheism; and On the Galla Religion. Mount Pleasant, Ramsgate: Thomas Scott, 1872. Rpt. in Miscellanies 2: 204-13. Rpt. in Works 8: 213-22.
Available in Library "On the Regeneration of Sunday." Fraser's Magazine 87 [o.s.] 7 [n.s.] (May 1873): 620-30. Rpt. in The Index 6.308 (18 November 1875): 542-44. Rpt. in Works 5: 195-210.
Available in Library "On the Sects of Christendom." The Index 4.198 (9 October 1873): 394. Rpt. in Works 9: 31-4.
Available in Library "On the State as a Corrupting Power." In Miscellanies 3: 391-94.
Available in Library "On the Structure of the Berber Language." Appendix II in Researches into the Physical History of Mankind, 3rd ed., by James Cowles Prichard. London: Sherwood, Gilbert, and Piper, 1844. 4: 617-26.
Available in Library "On the Third Elliptic Integral." The Cambridge and Dublin Mathematical Journal 8 (1853): 190-227.
Not in Library "On the Umbrian Language." Transactions of the Philological Society, London. 1862. 167-212.
Available in Library "On the Use of Legendre's Scale for Calculating the First Elliptic Integral." Report of the Forty-Sixth Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science; Held at Glasgow in September 1876. In "Notices and Abstracts of Miscellaneous Communications to the Sections." London: John Murray, 1877. 28-9.
Available in Library "On the Values of a Periodic Series at Certain Limits." The Cambridge and Dublin Mathematical Journal 3: (1848): 108-12.
Available in Library "On the Vision of Heaven." The Index 3.142 (14 September 1872): 289-90. Rpt., Baltimore: John P. Des Forges, 1872. Rpt. in Works 8: 239-46.
Available in Library "On the War Power." Contemporary Review 30 (November 1877): 909-22. Rpt. in Miscellanies 3: 433-48.
Available in Library On This and the Other World. London: Thomas Scott, 1878. Rpt. in Miscellanies 2: 338-51. Rpt. in Works 9: 151-64.
Available in Library "On Tridiametral Quartan Curves; On Quartan Curves with 3 or 4 Diameters; On Monodiametral Quartan Curves." Report of the Forty-second Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science; Held in Brighton, 1872. London: John Murray, 1873. 22-4.
Available in Library "On Truth and Historical Truthfulness." The Index 3.130 (22 June 1872): 193-94. Rpt. in Works 8: 205-12.
Not in Library "On Woman's Suffrage and Mrs. Anne Besant." The Index 6.309 (25 November 1875): 559.
  "One Side of Plato." (See "The Works of Aristotle.")
Available in Library "Organic Reform. Delivered in the Manchester Athenæum, on Easter-Eve, 1863; Revised and Extended." Pitman's Popular Lecturer and Reader 8.7 (July 1863): 193-210.
Available in Library "Organized Priesthood." Fortnightly Review 21 [o.s.] 15 [n.s.] (February 1874): 175-89. Rpt. in Works 5: 227-42.
Available in Library Orthoëpy; or, A Simple Mode of Accenting English, for the Advantage of Foreigners and All Learners, Intended To Aid Popular Instruction. London: Trübner and Co., 1869.
Available in Library "Our Relation to the Princes of India." Westminster Review 69 [o.s.] 13 [n.s.] (April 1858): 453-77. Rev. and abridged in Miscellanies 3: 36-44.
Available in Library "The Papal Drama." Fraser's Magazine 92 [o.s.] 12 [n.s.] (November 1875): 661-73. Rpt. in Works 10: 195-210.
Not in Library "Parliamentary Government." Fortnightly Review 21 [o.s.] 15 [n.s.] (March 1874): 328-41.
Available in Library "Parliamentary Popery." The Vaccination Inquirer and Health Review 3.26 (May 1881): 27.
Available in Library "Party Government." Westminster Review 69 [o.s.] 13 [n.s.] (April 1858): 402-28. Rev. and abridged in Miscellanies 3: 26-35.
  "Peel's Act of 1844." (See "Currency.")
Available in Library The Permissive Bill More Urgent than Any Extension of the Franchise: An Address at Ramsgate, February 17th, 1865. Manchester, 1865.
Available in Library A Personal Narrative, in Letters: Principally from Turkey, in the Years 1830-3. London: Holyoake, 1856.
Available in Library "Personal Property, Debt, and Interest." Contemporary Review 37 (April 1880): 590-605.
Available in Library Phases of Faith; or, Passages from the History of My Creed. London: John Chapman, 1850. 2nd ed., London: Chapman, 1853; 3rd ed., London: Chapman, 1853; 4th ed., London: Chapman, 1854; 5th ed., London: Chapman, 1858; 6th ed., London: Trübner and Co., G. Manwaring, 1860; 7th ed., London: Trübner, 1865; 8th ed., London: Trübner, 1870; 9th ed., London: Trübner, 1874; New ed., London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner, 1891. Rpt. in Works 3.
Available in Library "The Physical History of Mankind." Prospective Review 3.11 (July 1847): 355-69. Rpt. in Works 10: 59-70.
Available in Library The Place and Duty of England in Europe: A Lecture Delivered at the Third Conversazione of the Friends of Italy, on Wednesday Evening, April 28th, 1852. London: Offices of the Society, 1852.
Available in Library "Poetry of Pindar." Eclectic Review 83 (January 1846): 59-70. Abridged and rpt. as "On Pindar" in Miscellanies 5: 12-19.
Available in Library The Political Side of the Vaccination System: An Essay Read at the Birmingham Anti-Vaccination Conference, October 26th, 1874. Birmingham: National Anti-Compulsory Vaccination League, 1874. Rpt. in Miscellanies 5: 321-30. Rpt. as The Vaccination Question: An Essay Read October 26th, 1874. London: E. W. Allen, 1895.
Available in Library "Preamble to Shakespear's Richard II." (n.d.) In Miscellanies 5: 343-54.
Available in Library Professor F. W. Newman on America: Speech Delivered by Professor F. W. Newman, in St. James's Hall, London, on the 23rd February, 1863, at the Banquet To Celebrate the Anniversary of Washington's Birthday. Manchester: Alex. Ireland and Co., 1863.
Available in Library "Professor F. W. Newman on Compulsory Medicine." The Vaccination Inquirer and Health Review 2.16 (July 1880): 45.
Available in Library "Professor F. W. Newman on the Barbarism of Vaccination." The Vaccination Inquirer and Health Review 1.4 (July 1879): 50.
Available in Library Professor F. W. Newman on the Drink Traffic: A Speech Delivered at Leicester, March 14, 1871. Manchester, 1871.
Not in Library Professor F. W. Newman on Vegetarianism. Manchester, October 14th, 1868. Reprinted from The Dietetic Reformer. Manchester: Alex. Ireland and Co., 1869.
Available in Library "Professor Newman on Bingley Justice." The Vaccination Inquirer and Health Review 1.9 (December 1879): 133.
Available in Library "Professor Newman on Magisterial Responsibility." The Vaccination Inquirer and Health Review 1.2 (May 1879): 18-19.
Not in Library "Professor Newman on the Pronunciation of Latin." The Educational Times and Journal of the College of Preceptors November 1850.
Available in Library "Professor Newman on Vivisection." Letter, 28 December 1875. In The Herald of Health: Papers on Sanitary and Social Science. London: Nichols and Co., 1881. 98.
Available in Library "Professor Voemel's Defence of the Genuineness of the Documents in Demosthenes's Speech on the Crown, against Professor Droysen." The Classical Museum: A Journal of Philology, and of Ancient History and Literature. Volume 3. London: Taylor and Walton, 1846. 157-66.
  "Protestantism Old and New." (See "On the Bible as the Protestant Basis.")
Not in Library "Public Morals and Public Reforms." The Index 6.284 (3 June 1875): 254-55.
Not in Library "Quartan with 2 Diameters." Report of the Meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science 41 (1871): 20f.
Not in Library The Questions of the Hour, to Members of Parliament: "Peace, Retrenchment, and Reform;" Reprinted from the "St. Leonard's and Hasting's Gazette." London: E. W. Allen and Warren Hall,1879.
Available in Library "The Races of Man, and Their Geographical Distribution." Prospective Review 6.21 (January 1850): 48-59.
Available in Library Rebilius Cruso: Robinson Crusoe in Latin; a Book To Lighten Tedium to a Learner. London: Trübner and Co., 1884.
Available in Library "Recent Translations of Classical Poets." Prospective Review 7.28 (November 1851): 369-403.
Available in Library "Reconstruction of the Christian Creed." The Index 6.314 (30 December 1875): 614. Rpt. in Works 5: 243-48.
Not in Library "Reduction of Integrals." The Mathematician 2 (1847): 28f, 87f.
Available in Library "Reform of the Church of England." Prospective Review1.4 (November 1845): 537-61. Rpt. in Works 10: 1-20.
Not in Library "Reform of Parliament." Westminster Review 71 [o.s.] 15 [n.s.] (January 1859): 1-26.
Available in Library "The Reformation Arrested." Westminster Review 79 [o.s.] 23 [n.s.] (April 1863): 376-96. Abridged and rpt. as "From Luther to Colenso," in Miscellanies 2: 113-28. Rpt. in Works 5: 149-68.
Available in Library Regal Rome: An Introduction to Roman History. London: Taylor, Walton, and Maberly, 1852.
Not in Library The Relations of Free Knowledge to Moral Sentiment: A Lecture Delivered in University College, London, on the 13th of October, 1847, as Introduction to the Session of 1847-8. London: Taylor and Walton, 1847.
Available in Library The Relations of Professional to Liberal Knowledge: A Lecture Delivered in University College, London, October 12, 1859, Introductory to the Session of the Faculty of Arts and Laws, 1859-60. London: Walton and Maberly, 1859. Rpt. in Miscellanies 5: 51-66.
Available in Library "Religion at the Bar of Ethics." Fraser's Magazine 89 [o.s.] 9 [n.s.] (June 1874): 731-39. Rpt. in Miscellanies 5: 331-42. Rpt. in Works 9: 35-46.
Available in Library Religion, Not History. London: Trübner and Co., 1877. Rpt. in Works 6: 63-106.
Available in Library Religious Freedom: A Lay Sermon. London: Holyoake, 1859. Rpt. as "Religious Freedom" in Miscellanies 2: 48-62. Rpt. in Works 8: 39-52.
Available in Library "The Religious Mischiefs of Credulity: A Sermon Preached at the Langham Hall, July 13, 1879," The Langham Hall Pulpit 2.28 (1879). Rpt. in Miscellanies 2: 352-64. Rpt. in Works 9: 175-86.
Available in Library "Religious Toleration." Fraser's Magazine 72 (August 1865): 205-221. Rpt. as "Toleration—The Pope's Encyclical" in Miscellanies 3: 162-88. Rpt. in Works 8: 71-96.
Available in Library "The Religious Weakness of Protestantism." Westminster Review 69 [o.s.] 13 [n.s.] (January 1858): 132-54. Rpt., Mount Pleasant, Ramsgate: Thomas Scott, 1866, and in Miscellanies 2: 24-47. Rpt. in Works 8: 11-36.
Available in Library "Remarks on a Passage in Niebuhr's Lectures." The Classical Museum: A Journal of Philology, and of Ancient History and Literature. Volume 3. London: Taylor and Walton, 1846. 205.
Available in Library "Remarks on the Documents in the De Corona of Demosthenes." The Classical Museum: A Journal of Philology, and of Ancient History and Literature. Volume 1. London: John W. Parker, 1844. 141-69.
Available in Library "Remarks on the Origin of Tenses." The Classical Museum: A Journal of Philology, and of Ancient History and Literature. Volume 3. London: Taylor and Walton, 1846. 208-10.
  "Remedies for the Great Social Evil." (See The Cure of the Great Social Evil.)
Available in Library Reminiscences of Two Exiles (Kossuth and Pulszky) and Two Wars (Crimean and Franco-Austrian). London: Kegan Paul, Trench, and Co., 1888.
Available in Library Re-organization of English Institutions: A Lecture Delivered in the Manchester Athenæum, on Friday, October 15th, 1875. Manchester: J. Heywood, 1875. Rpt. in Miscellanies 3: 371-90.
Available in Library A Reply to a Letter from an Evangelical Lay Preacher. London: Thomas Scott, 1869. Rpt. in Miscellanies 2: 172-76. Rpt. in Works 8: 137-42.
Available in Library A Reply to the Question, "What Have We Got To Rely On, If We Cannot Rely on the Bible?" Mount Pleasant, Ramsgate: Thomas Scott, 1869. Rpt. in Works 8: 143-50.
Available in Library The Right and Duty of Every State To Enforce Sobriety on Its Citizens. Nottingham: Stevenson, Baily, and Smith, 1882. Rpt. in Memoirs and Letters of Francis W. Newman, by I. Giberne Sieveking (London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner and Co, 1909): Chapter XXII, 399-411.
Available in Library "Rights of Animals." The Index 4 (11 December 1873): 502.
Available in Library "The Rights of the People." The Leader 1.6 (4 May 1850): 132.
Available in Library "Romanism a Corruption of Christianity." The Index 3.123 [4 May 1872]: 137-38. Rpt. in Is Romanism Real Christianity? by Francis W. Newman and Francis E. Abbot (The Index Tracts, No. 12. Toledo: Index Association, 1872), and Miscellanies 2: 219-27. Rpt. in Works 8: 179-88.
Available in Library "Romanism and Primitive Christianity." The Index 3.136 (3 August 1872): 241-42. Rpt. in Works 8: 189-92.