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 Taylor, ThomasTemple, The Right Rev. Frederick, D.D. 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Taylor, Tom
(b. 1817; d. July 12th, 1880). “Diogenes and his Lantern” (1849); “The Vicar of Wakefield” (1850); “The Philosopher’s Stone” (1850); “Prince Dorus” (1850); “Sir Roger de Coverley” (1851); “Our Clerks” (1852); “Plot and Passion” (1852); “Wittikind and his Brothers” (1852); “To Oblige Benson” (1854); “A Blighted Being” (1854); “Still Waters Run Deep” (1855); “Helping Hands” (1855); “Retribution” (1856); “Victims” (1856); “Going to the Bad” (1858); “Our American Cousin” (1858); “Nine Points of the Law” (1859); “The House and the Home” (1859) “The Contested Election” (1859); “The Fool’s Revenge” (1859); “A Tale of Two Cities” (from Dickens) (1860); “The Overland Route” (1860); “The Babes in the Wood” (1860); “The Ticket-of-Leave Man” (1863); “’Twixt Axe and Crown” (1870), “Joan of Arc” (1870); “Clancarty” (1873); “Anne Boleyn” (1876); “An Unequal Match;” besides being the part author of “New Men and Old Acres,” “Masks and Faces,” “Slave Life,” and several other dramas. “Historical Plays” in 1877 He also published “The Life and Times of Sir Joshua Reynolds,” “Leicester Square,” and “Songs and Ballads of Brittany;” and edited the autobiographies of B. R. Haydon and C. R. Leslie, and Mortimer Collins’s posthumous “Pen Sketches.”   1

 Taylor, ThomasTemple, The Right Rev. Frederick, D.D. 

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