Isaac Taylor

Standard Name: Taylor, Isaac,, the younger

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Family and Intimate relationships Jane Taylor
Her brother Isaac , another writer, became (with Ann) an important source of information about the family.
Family and Intimate relationships Ann Taylor Gilbert
Ann's brother Isaac later wrote my father was a man of talent, but my mother was a woman of genius.
Gilbert, Ann Taylor. Autobiography and Other Memorials of Mrs. Gilbert. Gilbert, JosiahEditor , H. S. King, 1874.
2: 285
Ann maintained that her mother (who had more sensibility, and suffered more from...
Intertextuality and Influence Margaret Sandbach
Other poems in the collection are more political and philosophical in nature. In On Reading of Slavery in America, she calls on the Spirit of Freedom
Sandbach, Margaret. Poems. W. Pickering, 1840.
43
to Pour o'er the hearts of men...
Literary responses Anne Grant
In 1867 Isaac Taylor the younger (brother of Ann Taylor Gilbert and Jane Taylor ) praised AG 's work in The Family Pen.
Taylor, Isaac, editor. The Family Pen. Jackson, Walford and Hodder, 1867.
209
Literary responses Ann Taylor Gilbert
Her brother Isaac wrote to congratulate her, and to express his delight that she had at length returned to your vocation.
Armitage, Doris Mary. The Taylors of Ongar. W. Heffer and Sons, 1939.
95
Material Conditions of Writing Jane Taylor
Much of JT 's earliest writing was done with her sister Ann . They would walk in the garden together when Jane was only seven, reciting the poems they had written. Two years later she...
Author summary Ann Martin Taylor
Having borne and educated a remarkable family of precocious authors, AMT followed her daughters Ann and Jane and her son Isaac into print in 1814, and produced a series of conduct books and a volume...
Publishing Sarah Tytler
ST found in J. A. Froude of Fraser's Magazine a very agreeable editor who gave his contributors a free hand, was sympathetic, could pay a cordial compliment, while such criticism as he offered was gentle...
Publishing Ann Taylor Gilbert
Ann and Jane Taylor 's satirical Signor Topsy-Turvy's Wonderful Magic Lantern; or, The World Turned Upside Down was published with their brother Isaac 's illustrations.
British Library Catalogue.
Residence Jane Taylor
Threat of French invasion caused the Taylor family to send their children, under the care of Jane and the younger Isaac , from Colchester back to their previous home in Lavenham.
Gilbert, Ann Taylor. Autobiography and Other Memorials of Mrs. Gilbert. Gilbert, JosiahEditor , H. S. King, 1874.
1: 171-3, 174
Textual Production Jane Taylor
JT 's Memoirs and Poetical Remains was posthumously published with a memoir by her brother Isaac .
Stewart, Christina Duff. The Taylors of Ongar: An Analytical Bio-Bibliography. Garland, 1975.
419
Textual Production Ann Taylor Gilbert
ATG , her sister Jane , and perhaps their brother Isaac , anonymously provided the twelve poems making up a children's book called The Linnet's Life, illustrated by their father .
OCLC WorldCat.

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