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Waterland, Daniel

(ca. 1682/83–1740). Angl. theol.; b. Walesby, Lincolnshire, Eng.; educ. Cambridge; king's chaplain 1717; chancellor York diocese 1722; canon Windsor 1727; archdeacon Middlesex 1730. Opposed deism.* Works include The Importance of the Doctrine of the Holy Trinity Asserted; Scripture Vindicated.

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