Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
Edward Waterhouse (1619-71), FRS.An author and clergyman. He was made a Fellow of the Royal Society 29/07/1663. The seventh of the books he published was *Gentleman'a Monitor, Or, a Sober Inspection Into the Vertues, Vices, and Ordinary Means of the Rises and Decay of Men and Families* (1665). http://www.jstor.org/pss/650462 He took orders in 1668 and became a preacher in London. Pepys confused him with his kinsman of the same name who was made M.D. at Oxford in 1651 by mandate from Cromwell in recognition of work as an army physician in Ireland. (L&M Companion and Wikipedia)
Edward Waterhouse has a listing in the 1909 edition of the "Dictionary of National Biography". In it he is described as "a cock-brained man", and as "a fantastical preacher". Both of these statements are quotes from Anthony Wood, and they are repeated in the "Jstor" citation given by Terry.The DNB article can be found at > >
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