- Newton, A. (1862), “On the zoology of ancient Europe”, Cambridge Philosophical Society, <https://books.google.com/?id=4vwZAAAAYAAJ&dq=inauthor%3AAlfred%20inauthor%3ANewton&pg=PA1#v=onepage&q=>
- Newton A. (1864–1907), Ootheca Wolleyana: 1. An illustrated catalogue of the collection of birds' eggs formed by the late John Wolley 2. Eggs of the native birds of Britain and list of British birds, past and present. The first part was published in 1864; it was not until 1902 that Newton was able to resume the work and the next parts appeared in 1902, 1905 and 1907. The work is illustrated with colour lithographic plates and with black & white illustrations. Artists include Newton, Balcomb, Grönvold, M. Hanhart, J. Jury, and Joseph Wolf. The 11th edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica comments: "[This] was an amplification of the numerous articles on birds which he contributed to the 9th edition of the Encyclopædia Britannica".
- Newton, A. & Newton, E. (1868), “On the osteology of the Solitaire or Didine bird of the Island of Rodriguez”, Proceedings of the Royal Society 103: 428–433, <https://books.google.com/?id=tKsOAAAAIAAJ&dq=proceedings%20of%20the%20royal%20society%201868&pg=PA428#v=onepage&q=>
- On a Method of Registering Natural History Observations. (1871) Transactions of the Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists’ Society. pp.24-32, plates (PDF)
- Newton, A. (1874), Manual of Zoology, London: SPCK, <https://archive.org/details/zoology00newtgoog>
- Newton, A.; Newton, E. (1880). "List of the Birds of Jamaica". Handbook of Jamaica.
- Newton, A. (1880), Report on the practicability of establishing a 'Close Time' for the protection of indigenous animals, by a Committee appointed by the British Association, 1869-1880, British Association Reports, London
- Newton, A. (1881), “The Wild Birds' Protection Act 1880, with explanatory notes. London (Field Office) 1880”, Quarterly Review 151 (301: January 1881): 100
- Newton, Alfred (1888), “Early days of Darwinism”, Macmillan's Magazine 57 (February 1888): 241–249, <https://archive.org/stream/macmillansmagaz07grovgoog#page/n252/mode/1up>
- Newton A. (assisted by Hans Gadow, with contributions from Richard Lydekker, Charles S. Roy and Robert Shufeldt) (1893–1896), Dictionary of Birds. Reprinted in one volume (1088 pages) Black, London, 1896.
- Newton A. et al. (1896–1903), Bird migration in Great Britain and Ireland. Reports of the Committee... British Association.
Contributions to Dictionary of National Biography, 1885-1900Edit
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Contributions to The ZoologistEdit
- Newton, Alfred (1877). "On the European Redpolls". The Zoologist. 3rd series, vol 1 (issue 1, January): 5–7.
- —— (1877). "The Hawfinch (Coccothraustes vulgaris) in Scotland". The Zoologist. 3 1 (1, January—section 'Occasional Notes'): 22.
- —— (1877). "On the Occurrence at Malta of the Snow Bunting". The Zoologist. 3 1 (1, January—section 'Occasional Notes'): 22.
- —— (1877). "On the Naturalization of the Edible Frog (Rana esculenta) in Norfolk". The Zoologist. 3 1 (issue 2, February—section 'Occasional Notes'): 61.
- —— (1878). "The Rooks and Rookeries of London". The Zoologist. 3rd series, vol 2 (issue 24, December): 441–444.