ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830: SPENSER AND THE TRADITION
John Taylor Esq.
George Colman the younger, "Impromptu" 1815 ca.; Gentleman's Magazine 102 (December 1832) 546.
John Taylor Esq.:
1795 ca.: Mary Robinson
1807: Edward Jerningham
1815 ca.: George Colman the younger
1815: Lord Byron
1819: Dr. John Wolcot
1826: Hugh Campbell
1831: Thomas Campbell
1852: William Jerdan
1899: Rowland E. Prothero
George Colman the younger:
1813: Rev. William Dodd
1815 ca.: John Taylor Esq.
1816: Robert Burns
1816: Allan Ramsay
Nine Taylors (as the proverb goes)
Make but one man, though many clothes,
But thou art not, we know, like those,
No — thou can'st make, on Candour's plan,
Two of thyself — (how few that can!)
The Critic and the Gentleman,