Woodward, Josiah, Dd
Woodward, Josiah, D.D.
an English clergy man, was minister of Poplar, and afterwards of Maidstone, and preached the Boyle Lecture in 1712. He published numerous works, among which may be noted Six Sermons to Young Persons (1697): — Fair Warnings to a Careless World (eod.): — Necessary Duty of Family Prayer (1704): — Divine, Original, and Incomparable Excellence of the Christian Religion as Founded on the Holy Scriptures (Boyle Lecture, 1712): — and Young Man's Monitor (13th ed. 1802). See Allibone, Dict. of Brit and Amer. Authors, s.v.