ath, was published to the world at large by his son, Mr. Richard Taylor, of Norwich.
It has since been admitted by Bp. Watslly improve them.
During his residence at Warrington, Dr. Taylor published an Examination of the Scheme of Morality advanous members of his own denomination than a production of Dr. Taylor's might seem entitled to expect; a circumstance to be asriends of the Academy.
For it cannot be concealed, that Dr. Taylor's last years were embittered by much disappointment and plete knowledge of all the circumstances of the case.
Dr. Taylor wrote at Warrington, a pamphlet entitled The Scripture Ast, and some rather angry controversy.
On this question Dr. Taylor took a decided part, and expressed his opinion in strongcripture Account of Prayer was prepared for the press by Dr. Taylor in the spring of 1761, (his prefatory remarks being dates and virtues.
Dr. Taylor left one surviving son, Mr. Richard Taylor, of Norwich, and a daughter, married to Mr. John Rig