Authority Cited: Waterland
Author name and dates: Daniel Waterland (1683-1740)
BKG Bio-tweet: Cambridge College Master; prolific controversialist writer of conservative Anglican outlook; SJ quotes in 1773 Dict.
Categories (list of works cited – preliminary) [BKG Note: no Waterland cites were identified in the 1755 Dict. Reddick, in The Making of Johnson's Dictionary, indicates that 63 Waterland cites were added in vol. 2 of the 1773 Dict. Reddick also indicates that the vol. 2 cites are exclusively from the title below. This title was confirmed for the two Waterland citations identified as added for new headwords in vol. 1 of the 1773 Dict. Added 1773 Dict. Waterland cites are indicated in bold italic below. In the Sale Catalogue of Samuel Johnson's Library, A Facsimile Edition, Fleeman, ed., Item 249 is 7. Waterland on the Trinity, &c., which may include the title below.]
- A second vindication of Christ's divinity: or, a second defense of some queries relating to Dr. Clarke's scheme of the Holy Trinity: in answer to the country clergy-man's reply. Wherein the learned Doctor's scheme as it now stands, after the latest correction, alteration and explanation, is distinctly and fully consider'd. By Daniel Waterland, D.D., Master of Magdalen-College in Cambridge, Rector of the United parishes of St. Austin and St. Faith, London and Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty, 1723, London: printed for W. and J. Innys at the West End of St. Paul's; and Corn. Crownfield in Cambridge; fruitless; guardian; ministerially; narrow; novel; novellist; offensive; offer; opposition; order; orthodox; orthodoxy; paternity; . . . reclaimant; . . . spuriousness; . . . successively; . . . wrangle.