George Taylor "of the Bank of England" published eighteen Spenserian sonnets in his Mental Claims of the Sexes (1821). Since his poems are dated from London he is not likely to be the George Taylor (1772-1851), th acquaintance of Robert Southey who wrote on poetry and economics for the Quarterly Review, and who in 1832 was secretary to the Commission of Inquiry into the Poor Laws.
1816Lines on James Hogg, the Ettrick Shepherd.
1816Sonnet to the Editor of the British Lady's Magazine.
1816Sonnet. The Poet dedicates himself, at their Altar, to the Service of the Muses.
1817A Sonnet. In defence of the Love of Olden Time.
1817A Sonnet. In defence of the Love of the Olden Times.
1817Sonnet to Books.
1817Sonnet to Liberty.
1821Sonnet XII. To Poetry.
1821The Mental Claims of the Sexes.
An elegy on the death of Lord Viscount Nelson. 1805.
The spirit of the mountains, with other poems. 1806.
Tears of the muses on the death of Fox. 1806.
The flower of Brunswick: an elegy. 1817.
The mental claims of the sexes, with other poems. 1821.