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 Talfourd, Sir Thomas NoonTaylor, Isaac 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Taylor, Sir Henry, D.C.L.
 
(b. 1800; d. 1886). “Isaac Comnenus” (1827); “Philip Van Artevelde” (1834); “The Statesman” (1836); “Edwin the Fair” (1842); “The Eve of the Conquest and other Poems” (1847); “Notes from Life” (1847); “Notes from Books” (1849); “A Sicilian Summer” (1850); “St. Clement’s Eve” (1862). Works (1887). See his “Autobiography” (1885), and the Critioism by Anthony Trollope, in vol. i. of The Fortnightly Review.   1
 


 Talfourd, Sir Thomas NoonTaylor, Isaac 

 
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