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the Rev. W. Turner , Jun. , MA., Lives of the eminent Unitarians, John Taylor, (search)
y subverts the unity of God, the great and primary foundation of all religion, natural and revealed When engaged in preparing the notice of Dr. Taylor's descendants, in page 342, the author little thought that, even before it had passed through the press, he should be called on to record the loss of one of them, to whom the expressions there used were most peculiarly applicable, and to whose able and zealous exertions the interests of liberty, virtue, and religion were deeply indebted.—Edgar Taylor, the son of Samuel Taylor, Esq., of New Buckenham, in the county of Norfolk, and great grandson to the subject of this memoir, was born in 1793. He settled in London as a solicitor, and quickly attained to great eminence in that department of the legal profession; so that for a series of years he was the person on whom the Dissenters, particularly the Unitarian Dissenters, were accustomed chiefly to rely, whenever it was necessary to resort to legal measures for the maintenance or ext