The Clements Library holds six printed sermons written by French:
French, Jonathan. A Discourse Delivered At an Evening Lecture, in the South Meetinghouse, in Portsmouth, N.H. 31 July, 1805: It Being the Evening Succeeding the Session of an Ecclesiastical Council Convened Respecting the Separation of the Reverend Timothy Alden, Junior, from his Pastoral Relation to the South Church and Congregation in that Town. Portsmouth, N.H: Printed by William and Daniel Treadwell, 1805.
French, Jonathan. A Practical Discourse Against Extortion, from Ezekiel XXII, 12: Delivered At a Lecture In the South Parish In Andover, January 1, 1777. Boston: T. and J. Fleet, 1777.
French, Jonathan. A Sermon Delivered On the Anniversary Thanksgiving November 29, 1798: With Some Additions to the Historical Part. Andover: Printed by Ames and Parker, 1799.
French, Jonathan. A Sermon, Preached at the Ordination of the Rev. Jonathan French, June. Over the Church And Congregation in Northampton, in New Hampshire, November 18, 1801. Portsmouth, New Hampshire: Printed at the Oracle-press, by William Treadwell, & Company, 1802.
French, Jonathan. A Sermon Preached Before his Excellency Samuel Adams, Esq., Governour: His Honor Moses Gill, Esq., Lieutenant-governour; the Honourable the Council, Senate, and House of Representatives, of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, May 25, 1796. Being the Day of General Election. Boston: at the State press, by Adams & Larkin, printers to the Honourable the General Court, 1796.
French, Jonathan, and John Howland. A Sermon, Preached ... January 1, 1800. Boston: Printed by Samuel Hall, 1800.