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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 (172123); 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 171819 (1812), Christian Theology and Ethics with a Life by Mills, in 1839. Works (181012). Life by Milner, including the Correspondence, 1834; also by Southey, Palmer, Gibbons, and Paxton Hood (1875).