,) but was not published by him. Early in the morning of the 5th of March in that year, while asleep in his bed, it pleased God to remove him to a better world.
From the composed posture in which the body was found, it was judged that his departure had been perfectly tranquil.
On the second of June, in the same year, his wife followed him, after having acquitted herself as a true Christian under a long course of bodily weakness.
They were both interred in the chapel yard at Chowbent, near Bolton, in Lancashire.
A plain mural tablet is fixed in the chapel, with the following inscription:—
Near to this place rests what was mortal of John Taylor, D. D. Reader, expect no eulogium from this stone; enquire among the friends of Learning, Liberty, and Truth.
These will do him Justice.
While taking his natural rest, he fell asleep in Jesus Christ, the 5th of March, 1761, aged 66.
A tablet has more recently been erected to his memory in the chapel at Norwich, graced with a c