John Eagleton's Sacred Harmony is described on the title page as 'A Set of Tunes, adapted to Dr Watts's Psalms & Hymns, the Revd G. Burder's Supplement and the Revd J. Wesley's Collection: Composed in an easy Style, and the whole figured for the Organ, Piano Forte, &c.'.
The collection was published in London, being 'Printed for the Author, and sold by JAMES PECK, No 47 Lombard Street. Sold also by BUTTON & WHITAKER St Pauls Church Yard. T. WILLIAMS, Stationer's Court. and by all MUSIC SELLERS in the kingdom.'
The collection consists of 27 hymn tunes, all with texts: it is written in four parts, with the air on the third stave down, bracketed together with the bass. While it is not dated, Lightwood dates it to 1816.
Publication date and place:1816 by James Peck in London.