William Wodsworth

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William Wodsworth (c.1784–1830), educated at the King's School, Canterbury (1792),[1] and Pembroke College, Cambridge (1802; B.A. 1806; M.A. 1809), was curate of Hastingleigh (1805–1810), rector of St Peter, Sandwich (1811–1830),[2] master of Manwood Grammar School (1811-1830). He was probably the owner of the following books.

Shelfmark W/E-2-64/65
George Berkeley, Bp. Alciphron: or, the minute philosopher. In seven dialogues. Containing an apology of the Christian religion, against ... Free-thinkers ...
London: 1732.
Inscription on title page: W Wodsworth Pemb. Coll:.
Shelfmark W/C-2-38/40
Herman Wits. Oeconomy of the covenants between God and man. ... By Herman Witsius, ... translated from the Latin, and ... revised, by William Crookshank, ...
London: 1763.
Inscription on second free endpaper: W. Wodsworth 43 Jermyn St.
Shelfmark W/K-4-22
Philip Doddridge. Course of lectures on the principal subjects in pneumatology, ethics, and divinity: with references to ... authors on each subject. 1776.
Inscription of front free endpaper: William Wodsworth Coll: Pemb: Cantab. 1806.
  1. Communication from Peter Henderson.
  2. Venn, ACAD Database, ID=WDST802W ; http://www.hastingleigh.com/hast-rectors.html