John Pitt, of Gloucester, was an English attorney and politician.
The son of James Pitt, he worked as a customs collector, attorney and steward on the estates of Philip Yorke, 1st Earl of Hardwicke.
He was a Member (Member of Parliament) for Gloucester 5 February 1789 to 14 July 1805. He came into parliament as the candidate of those who opposed the candidate of Charles Howard, 11th Duke of Norfolk, a Whig grandee. And reliably supported the administration of William Pitt the younger.
1st United Kingdom Parliament. 2nd United Kingdom Parliament. 16th Parliament of Great Britain.