Bond, John, (2), Dd
Bond, John, (2), D.D., an English divine, was educated at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, of which he became a fellow. Subsequently he was curate of Hanwell Paddock, a magistrate for Middlesex, and chaplain to the duke of Cambridge. He died June 17, 1825. Dr. Bond published, The Sennacherib of Modern Times; or, Buonaparte an Instrument in the Hands of Providence (1807, 8vo): — and preached the Anniversary Sermon of the Royal Humane Society (1815). See (Lond.) Annual Register, 1825, p. 263.