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Tom Taylor (1817–1880)

Taylor, Tom. A British dramatist; born at Sunderland, Durham, in 1817; died at Wandsworth, July 12, 1880. He edited Punch in 1874–80; was art critic to the London Times and Graphic, and wrote more than 100 plays. Among them are: ‘Still Waters Run Deep’; ‘The Unequal Match’; ‘The Overland Route’; ‘The Contested Election’; ‘Our American Cousin’; ‘The Ticket-of-Leave Man.’ He translated Villemarqué’s ‘The Ballads and Songs of Brittany’; and published ‘Life and Times of Sir Joshua Reynolds’ (1865).