e found in the Monthly Repository for 1826. A third, Mr. Meadows Taylor, late of Diss, in Norfolk, is commemorated in the Chrvices.
Late be the hour, and distant be the day!
Dr. Taylor's zealously attached friend, the learned Dr. Edward Harw temper and spirit have, in consequence, been imputed to Dr. Taylor, which were wholly alien to his true character, it may f his friend:
My most worthy and excellent friend, Dr. Taylor, [was] a man to whose writings and personal instructionser, disposition, abilities, learning, and great merit of Dr. Taylor, I cannot be supposed to be a stranger, having been happan's countenance that was a truer index of his mind than Dr. Taylor's. There was something placid and engaging in his air angreat heresy by others.
But if I knew any thing of good Dr. Taylor, this I can with truth affirm concerning him, that he lo and revealed
When engaged in preparing the notice of Dr. Taylor's descendants, in page 342, the author little thought th