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 Watson, William (b. Wharfedale).Watts, Walter Theodore 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Watts, Isaac, D.D.
 
(b. Southampton, July 17th, 1674; d. Nov. 25th, 1748). “Horæ Lyricæ” (1706); “Hymns” (1707); “Guide to Prayer” (1715); “Psalms and Hymns” (1719); “Divine and Moral Songs for Children” (1720); “Sermons on Various Subjects” (1721–23); “Logic” (1725); “The Christian Doctrine of the Trinity” (1726); “On the Love of God”, “On the Use and Abuse of the Passions” (1729); “Catechisms for Children and Youth” (1730); “Short View of Scripture History” (1730), “Humble Attempt towards the Revival of Practical Religion” (1731); “Philosophical Essays” (1734); “Reliquiæ Juveniles” (1734); “Essay on the Strength and Weakness of Human Reason” (1737); “The World to Come” (1738); “The Ruin and Recovery of Mankind” (1740); “Improvement of the Mind” (1741); “Orthodoxy and Charity United” (1745); “Glory of Christ as God-Man Unveiled” (1746), “Evangelical Discourses” (1747); “Nine Sermons Preached in 1718–19” (1812), “Christian Theology and Ethics” with a “Life” by Mills, in 1839. Works (1810–12). “Life” by Milner, including the “Correspondence, 1834; also by Southey, Palmer, Gibbons, and Paxton Hood (1875).   1
 


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