Pickard, Edward

Pickard, Edward an English dissenting minister, inclined to Arianism, was born at Alcester. Warwickshire, in 1714. After studying theology, he became minister at Bermondsev in 1740, and at Carter Lane, London, in 1746. He died in 1778. He is the author of National Praise to God for the glorious Revolution, the Protestant Succession, and the syinal Successes and Blessings with which Providence has crowned tis, a sermon on Ps 147:1 (Lond. 1761. 8vo):— The Religious Government of a Family, particularly the Obligation and Importance of Family Worship, in three discourses (ibid. 1762, 8vo).

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