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Baron Isidore-Justin-Séverin Taylor (1789–1879)

Taylor, Isidore-Justin-Séverin, Baron (tī-lôr’). A French dramatist and writer of books of travel; born at Brussels, 1789; died at Paris, Sept. 8, 1879. Among his dramatic compositions are: ‘The Informer’; ‘Ismail and Marie.’ He wrote also: ‘Picturesque Tour in Spain, Portugal, and the Coast of Africa’ (3 vols., 1826–32); ‘Syria, Egypt, Palestine, and Judea’ (3 vols., 1835–39); ‘Pilgrimage to Jerusalem’ (1841); ‘The Pyrenees’ (1843); and 24 vols. of ‘Picturesque and Romantic Travels in Ancient France’ (1820–63).