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 Taylor, Sir Henry, D.C.L.Taylor, Canon Isaac, Litt.D., LL.D. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Taylor, Isaac
 
(b. Lavenham, August 17th, 1787; d. Stanford Rivers, Essex, June 28th, 1865). “The Elements of Thought” (1822); “Memoir of his Sister Jane” (1825); “History of the Transmission of Ancient Books to Modern Times” (1827); “The Process of Historical Proof Exemplified and Explained” (1829); a “Translation of Herodotus” (1829); “The Natural History of Enthusiasm” (1829); “A New Model of Christian Mission” (1829); “The Temple of Melekartha” (1831); “Saturday Evening” (1832); “Fanaticism” (1833); “Spiritual Despotism” (1835); “The Physical Theory of Another Life” (1836); “Home Education” (1838); “Ancient Christianity and the Doctrines of the Tracts for the Times” (1839); “Man Responsible for his Dispositions” (1840); “Lectures on Spiritual Christianity” (1841); “Loyola and Jesuitism in its Rudiments” (1849); “Wesley and Methodism” (1851), “The Restoration of Belief” (1855); “The World of Mind” (1857); “Logic in Theology, and other Essays” (1859); “Ultimate Civilisation, and other Essays” (1860); and “The Spirit of Hebrew Poetry” (1860). See his son’s “Memorials of the Taylor Family” (1867).   1
 


 Taylor, Sir Henry, D.C.L.Taylor, Canon Isaac, Litt.D., LL.D. 

 
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