BACON, John, 1738-1820


Extended Bibliography

Bacon, John. Illustrations illustrated: containing a brief reply to some part of the Illustrations, annexed to a piece, intituled [sic], Letters of friendship, etc. Hartford: Printed by Hudson & Goodwin, 1781.

———. A letter to the Reverend Joseph Huntington, D. D. Boston: Printed by N. Willis, 1782.

———. Letters of friendship to those clergymen who have lately renounced communion with the ministers and churches of Christ in general. With illustrations from recent examples. Hartford: Printed and sold by Hudson and Goodwin, M.DCC.LXXX.

———. Letters of gratitude to the Connecticut Pleader, the Reverend Joseph Huntington, D.D.: for his Letters of friendship, to a certain class of gentlemen, with illustrations from recent examples, by Impartialis. Hartford: Printed by Hudson and Goodwin, 1781.

———. A sermon preached September 29th, 1771; the next Lord’s Day after he was installed [sic], and the Reverend Mr. John Hunt, A.M. ordained, colleague pastors of the South Church in Boston. Boston: Printed and sold by Kneeland and Adams, 1772.

———. The speeches of Mr. Bacon and Mr. Nicholson, in the national House of representatives, in defence [sic] of the bill received from the Seante [sic], entitled, “An act to repeal certain acts respecting the organization of the courts of the United States." Boston: Printed by Munroe & Francis, Half-court square, 1802.