BACON, Ezekiel, 1776-1870


Extended Bibliography

Bacon, Ezekiel. An address delivered before the Republican citizens of Berkshire, assembled at Pittsfield to celebrate the thirty-fourth anniversary of American independence, July 4th, 1810. [Pittsfield: Phinehas Allen.], 1810.

———. Ægri somnia. Recreations of a sick room. Utica, [N.Y.]: R. Northway, printer, 1842. Reprint, New-York: J. Allen, 1843.

———. A lecture delivered before the Young Men’s Association of the City of Utica, December 15, 1843. Utica, N.Y.: R.W. Roberts, 1844.

———. Memorial of the sureties of Thompson J. Skinner, late treasurer of the commonwealth [microform] : together with a view of their case, and the grounds on which they claim to be exonerated from their liability for his defalcations. Pittsfield, [Mass.]: Printed by Phinehas Allen, [1811].

———. Mr. Bacon’s motion for arming the merchant vessels of the United States and authorizing them to repel by force any attempt to search, restrain or seize them by any French of British armed vessel [microform]. City of Washington: A. & G. Way, printers, 1809.

———. Mr. Bacon’s motions for the establishment of rules and orders [microform] : respecting indecorous expressions in debate, the practice of duelling wherein members of the House are concerned, and also respecting personal violence to members. City of Washington: A. & G. Way, printers, 1809.

———. Odes and hymns, written and designed for the Berkshire jubilee. Utica, N.Y.: N.p., 1844.

———. An oration delivered at Pittsfield on the thirty-first anniversary of American independence, July 4th, 1807 [microform]. Pittsfield, [Mass.]: Printed by Phinehas Allen, 1807.

———. An oration, delivered at Williamstown, on the anniversary of American independence, July 4th, 1801. [Three lines of quotation in English]; Published by the request of the citizens convened on said day. Pittsfield, [Mass.]: Printed by Phinehas Allen, [1801].

———. An oration, delivered at Williamstown, on the 4th of July, 1799: Being the anniversary of American independence. Bennington, [Vt.]: Printed by Anthony Haswell., [1799].

———. Recollections of fifty years since; with glances at the present aspects, and future portents of the age and the times: a lecture delivered before the Young Men’s Association of the City of Utica, February 2, 1843. Utica, N.Y.: R. W. Roberts, printer, 1843.

———. Resolution proposed in committee of the whole House on the motions made by Mr. Nicholas and Mr. Bacon [microform]: for a repeal of the Embargo and the maintenance of the neutral rights of the United States on the high seas. Washington City: A. & G. Way, printers, 1809.

———. To the Honorable the Senate and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, in General Court assembled [microform] : the memorial of the undersigned, in behalf of themselves and of the other sureties of Thompson J. Skinner... [Boston: N.p., 1811].

———. Vacant hours. A sequel to “Recreations of a sick room." Utica: R. W. Roberts, printer, 1845.

Barlow, William, and David O. Powell. “Congressman Ezekiel Bacon of Massachusetts and the Coming of the War of 1812." Historical Journal of Western Massachusetts 6 (Spring 1978): 28-41.