Jonathan Parsons

Jonathan Parsons (November 30, 1705 – July 19, 1776) was a Christian New England clergyman during the late colonial period and a supporter of the American Revolution. Born in West Springfield, Massachusetts, he was the youngest son of Ebenezer (Deacon) Parsons (1668-1752) and Margaret Marshfield of Springfield. Though intended for an artisan career, the Rev. Jonathan Edwards, then a tutor at Yale, persuaded young Parsons to prepare for college. Provided by Wikipedia

by Parsons, Jonathan
Published 1742
Printed by Rogers and Fowle for N. Proctor at the Bible and Dove in Fish-Street

by Parsons, Jonathan
Published 1759
Printed and sold by Green & Russell, at their printing-office in Queen-Street

by Parsons, Jonathan
Published 1751
Printed and sold by D. Fowle in Queen-Street next to the prison

by Parsons, Jonathan
Published 1768
Printed by S. Hall, at his printing-office in the Main Street

by Parsons, Jonathan
Published 1758
Printed and sold by Green and Russell, at their printing-office in Queen-Street

by Parsons, Jonathan
Published 1771
Portsmouth, New-Hampshire, printed, London reprinted, for James Buckland, at No 57, Paternoster Row, and sold at the chapel in Tottenham Court Road, and at the Tabernacle near Moorfields

by Abercrombie, Robert
Published 1757
Printed by Edes and Gill, for W. McAlpine, opposite to the South Meeting-House, in Marlborough-Street
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