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 Taylor, Canon Isaac, Litt.D., LL.D.Taylor, John, 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Taylor, Jeremy,
Bishop of Down and Connor and of Dromore (b. Cambridge, August 15th, 1613; d. Lisburn, August 13th, 1667). “Sermon on the Gunpowder Treason” (1638); “Of the Sacred Order and Offices of Episcopacy by Divine Institution Asserted” (1642), “Psalter of David, with Titles and Collects, According to the Matter of each Psalm” (1644); “Discourse Concerning Prayer Extempore” (1646); “A Dissuasive from Popery” (1647); “New and Easy Institution of Grammar” (1647); “A Discourse of the Liberty of Prophesying” (1647); “The Martyrdom of King Charles” (1649); “The Great Exemplar” (1649); “Holy Living and Dying” (1650); “Prayers Before and After Sermon” (1651); “Clerus Domini” (1651); “A Course of Sermons for all the Sundaies in the Year” (1651–3); “A Short Catechism, with an Explication of the Apostles’ Creed” (1652); “Discourse of Baptism, its Institution and Efficacy” (1652); “The Real Presence and Spiritual of Christ in the Blessed Sacrament proved against the Doctrine of Transubstantiation” (1654); “The Golden Grove” (1655); “Unum Necessarium; or, the Doctrine and Practice of Repentance” (1655); “Deus Justificatus, Two Discourses on Original Sin” (1656); “A Collection of Polemical and Moral Discourses” (1657); “Discourse on the Measures and Offices of Friendship” (1657); “The Worthy Communicant” (1660); “Ductor Dubitantium” (1660); “Rules and Advices given to the Clergy of the Diocese of Down and Connor” (1661), etc. “Works” in 1819, 1822 (with Life of the Author, and a Critical Examination of his Works, by Bishop Heber); 1825 (edited by Bradley), 1831 (edited, with a Life, by Hughes); 1834 (edited, with a Life, by Croly and Stebbing); 1841 (with a Memoir); 1847 (Heber’s edition, revised by Eden), and 1851 (with an Essay, biographical and critical, by Henry Rogers).   1

 Taylor, Canon Isaac, Litt.D., LL.D.Taylor, John, 


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