John Taylor

Standard Name: Taylor, John,, 1757 - 1832


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death Elizabeth Inchbald
She was buried in Kensington churchyard. Her epitaph, composed by John Taylor , reads: Sacred to the Memory of Elizabeth Inchbald, Whose Writings will be cherished While Truth, Simplicity, and Feeling Command public Admiration; And...
Friends, Associates Elizabeth Inchbald
EI met John Taylor , proprietor and editor of The Sun, in 1782, and their acquaintance developed into lasting friendship. She was also good friends with Francis Twiss , who married into the Kemble family.
Manvell, Roger. Elizabeth Inchbald: England’s Principal Woman Dramatist and Independent Woman of Letters in 18th Century London. University Press of America.
Friends, Associates Mary Robinson
Robinson found good friends among the male cultural and social leaders with whom she remained free to mix. Her daughter particularly mentions, as well as Sheridan , Sir Joshua Reynolds , Edmund Burke , and...
Textual Production Mary Robinson
MR wrote to John Taylor : adieu to the muse for ever—I will never publish another line while I exist, and even those manuscripts now finished I WILL DESTROY.
Robinson, Mary. Mary Robinson: Selected Poems. Editor Pascoe, Judith, Broadview.
Violence Elizabeth Inchbald
According to EI 's friend John Taylor , Harris (who often made sexual advances towards his players) once attempted to rape her. She managed to escape after she grasped his hair and pulled with such...
Wealth and Poverty Elizabeth Inchbald
Joseph left her £252 in investments plus £128 in money. From this time EI managed her finances with care. At the time of her retirement, living frugally (it was later mentioned that she did her...


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