Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880

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English dramatist and editor of "Punch."

From the description of Autograph letter signed : London, to W.P. Frith, 1873 Jun. 2. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270574994

English-German dramatist.

From the description of Autograph letter signed : Whitehall, to G. Webster, [no year] Mar. 24. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270579158

From the description of Autograph letter signed : Whitehall, Market Square, to Mr. Blewitt, [n.d.]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270579154

Epithet: called 'John Roakes' dramatist and editor of 'Punch'

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Tom Taylor was a British writer best known as a dramatist and later editor of the humor magazine Punch. Born in northeast England, he was educated at Glasgow University and Trinity College at Cambridge University, where he led an active and productive academic life. He worked as a journalist, served as professor of English at the University of London, and was called to the bar, eventually enjoying a long career at the Board of Health. During this time he had notable success as a playwright, often adapting existing works for the stage, and he wrote many of the period's most successful plays. He was a regular contributor to Punch from the 1840s until his death, becoming editor in 1874. Taylor is also remembered as the author of Our American Cousin, the play Abraham Lincoln was attending when he was assassinated.

From the description of Tom Taylor letters and engraved portrait, 1865-1878. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 173022991

See: "Dictionary of National Biography", v. XIX p. 472-474.

From the description of The ticket-of-leave man. 1863. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225847092

Taylor, an English playwright and editor of Punch magazine, was the author of the play Our American Cousin.

From the description of Papers, 1864, n.d. (Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library). WorldCat record id: 268659003

English writer.

From the description of Autograph letter signed : Lavender Sweep, Wandsworth, to Arthur Sullivan, 1878 June 27. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270126245

English dramatist and editor of Punch.

From the description of Autograph letter signed : London, to Catherine Dickens, 1875 Oct. 19. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270576142

From the description of Letters, 1853-1879. (University of Iowa Libraries). WorldCat record id: 233120659

Dramatist and editor of "Punch."

From the description of Autograph letter signed : to Mr. Brookfield, [n.d.]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270576138

Jack Reading

Jack Reading was born in 1916 in London. After gaining a degree in English from UCL he worked for a time as a bookseller, edited the World of Art magazine and served on the Miner's Welfare Committee. During the Second World War he went on to serve in the armed forces, rising through the ranks to become a Staff Sergeant and later gained a Commission, eventually leaving in 1946 as a Captain.

After being demobbed he returned to working in the mining industry, eventually working in its Social Welfare department. During this same period, in a voluntary capacity, Jack Reading pursued an interest in theatre and theatre history. He was a founder member of the Society for Theatre Research and the International Federation for Theatre Research. He served as a permanent member on the Executive Committee responsible for membership and performed similar duties for its sister organisation, the International Association of Libraries and Museums of Performing Arts.

In 1955, Jack Reading helped to spearhead a campaign for the establishment of a Theatre Museum in the UK and later became a trustee of the Theatre Museum Association. He gave his entire library of theatre material to the Templeman Library, University of Kent at Canterbury, where it forms the Reading-Rayner Collection.

Jack Reading died in August 2004 aged 88.

Tom Taylor

Perhaps the most popular playwright of the Victorian era, Tom Taylor was born in 1817 in what is now Sunderland, north-east England. Following his studies at Trinity College, Cambridge, Taylor moved to London to embark on a career as a journalist, writing for the Morning Chronicle and the Daily News . He worked at Punch magazine until 1874, where he rose to the position of editor and wrote art criticism columns for The Times and The Graphic . He would also go on to publish and edit books on a number of British painters, namely Joshua Reynolds, Charles R. Leslie and Benjamin R. Haydon.

In addition to his journalism career, Taylor served as Professor of English Literature at University College London for a time and trained as a lawyer, being called to the Bar at Middle Temple in 1846. In 1850 he was appointed assistant secretary at the Board of Health. During this period he also established himself as a dramatist, having early works and burlesques staged by Mary Anne and Robert Keeley, who were then managing the Lyceum Theatre London. His first major success, To Parents and Guardians was staged there in 1845.

During the 1850s he wrote or co-wrote over thirty comic works, notably those written with Charles Reade, including Masks and Faces in 1852, and Two Loves and a Life and The King's Rival in 1854. A self-confessed populist, his intention was to create plays his audiences would enjoy, and many of his works were adaptations of existing French plays, or dramatisations of the novels of Charles Dickens or other popular novels of the time.

He was also a prolific writer of dramatic works, with Our American Cousin arguably being his best known, being the play Abraham Lincoln was watching the night he was assassinated at Ford's Theatre, Washington D.C in 1865.

Some of his most successful theatrical works included Plot and Passion (1853), Still Waters Run Deep (1855), The Ticket of Leave Man (1863), Arkwright's Wife (1873), and historical dramas such as Clancarty's Wife (1874) and The Fool's Revenge, which opened the Queen's Theatre in 1869.

Taylor is also known to have acted in several productions, and in 1879 played Adam in As You Like It at a memorial-fund performance in Manchester.

Taylor married Laura Barker in 1855, and together they had two children; Lucy and Wycliffe. An accomplished musical composer, Taylor's wife wrote the musical accompaniment to his 1971 work Joan of Arc . Tom Taylor died in 1880 and Laura Taylor died in 1905.

From the guide to the Tom Taylor Collection, c. 1950s - 1980s, (V&A Department of Theatre and Performance)

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creatorOf 'A Christmas dinner' (altered from 'A family party'), comedietta in one act by Tom Taylor. Licence sent 14 April 1860 for performance at the Olympic. Contains extensive amendments in ink and paste-ins. Based on the lives of the Irish actress Marg... British Library
creatorOf Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892. Album, 1853-1898. Rosenbach Museum & Library
creatorOf 'Sense and sensation, or, The seven sisters of Thule', a Christmas morality by Tom Taylor. Licence sent 30 December 1863 for performance at the Olympic. MS written in more than one hand. Prompt copy. Cues and notes in pencil. Cuts and correctio... British Library
referencedIn Papers, 1693-1917 (inclusive), 1762-1917 (bulk). Houghton Library, , Harvard College Library, Harvard University
creatorOf 'Helping hands', domestic drama in two acts by Tom Taylor. Licence sent 9 June 1855 for performance at the Adelphi 20 June 1855. Request for licence written and signed by Benjamin Webster. Published in Lacy's, vol. 22, no. 325. Keywords: lodgers... British Library
creatorOf The ghost ! the ghost !! the ghost !!!; or, The late awful rise in spirits, apropos jeu d’esprit by Tom Taylor. Licence sent 31 August 1863 for performance at the Olympic. Printed by W. Davey under original title The Ghost ! The Ghost!! The Ghost... British Library
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880,. Autograph letters signed from Tom Taylor, London, to various recipients [manuscript], 19th century. Folger Shakespeare Library
creatorOf 'The king's rival', drama in five acts by 'John Roakes' (i.e., Tom Taylor) and Charles Reade. Licence sent 16 September 1854 for performance at the St. James’s 25 September 1854. Signed by Laura Seymour. Revisions throughout. LCO Day Book Add. 5... British Library
creatorOf 'Two loves and a life', drama in four acts by 'John Roakes' (i.e., Tom Taylor) and Charles Reade. Licence sent 16 March 1854 for performance at the Adelphi 20 March 1854. Request for licence written and signed by Benjamin Webster. LCO Day Book Ad... British Library
creatorOf Bradbury, William, 1800-1869. Sketch of the Punch table : autograph manuscript signed, ca. 1860?. Pierpont Morgan Library.
creatorOf Church, Frederic Edwin, 1826-1900. Letter : N. Y., to Tom Taylor, 1869 Dec. 22. Getty Research Library
creatorOf Haydon, Ellen Mary Middleton, b. 1859. Miscellanea Haydoniana : manuscript, 1846-1878. Harvard University, Houghton Library
creatorOf 'Hearts and hands', by T. Taylor. British Library
referencedIn Vol. CXXXI (ff. 219). 1849-1862. -includes:f. 1 Jules Barthélemy-Saint-Hilaire, French philosopher: Letter to J. F. Clark,: 1849.: Fr. f. 2 Reverend Charles Kingsley, author: Letters to Lord Ripon: 1852, 1856. f. 11 John Frederick Denison Maurice, a..., 1849-1862 British Library
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880. Our American cousin [collection] : comedy in three acts / by Tom Taylor. University of Wisconsin - Madison, General Library System
creatorOf Vol. XIX (ff. 195). 1905-1913.includes:f. 1 William Waldegrave Palmer, Viscount Wolmer; 2nd Earl of Selborne: Letters to Lord Cross: aft. 1895, 1905. f. 2 Art. Engravings, etc: Letter to Lord Cawdor in reply to congratulations: 1905. f. 2 Frederick..., 1905-1913 British Library
creatorOf Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. Autograph letter signed with initials : London, to his sister Letitia [Mrs. Henry Austin] / 1862 Mar. 11. Pierpont Morgan Library.
creatorOf Play by J. Saunders, writer of plays; submitted: 1875Play by Tom Taylor, called 'John Roakes', dramatist and editor of 'Punch'; submitted: 1875, 1875 British Library
creatorOf Letters transcribed by Tom Taylor from Benjamin Robert Haydon's autobiography, 1852. Houghton Library, , Harvard College Library, Harvard University
creatorOf 'The brigand and his banker', comic drama in two acts by Tom Taylor. Licence sent 28 September 1860 for performance at the Lyceum. MS written in more than one hand. Based on the French play 'Le roi des montagnes', by Edmond About. Keywords: brig... British Library
referencedIn Vol. LII (ff. 383). July, 1853-1854.includes:f. 1 Sir Charles Thomas Newton, KCB; archaeologist: Letters to Sir A. H. Layard: 1852-1891. ff. 3, 5, 10, 251, 253, 301, 311, 343 Sir Austen Henry Layard, GCB; diplomatist and archaeologist: Corresponden... British Library
referencedIn Ralph Waldo Emerson letters from various correspondents, ca. 1814-1882. Houghton Library, , Harvard College Library, Harvard University
creatorOf Bradbury, William, 1800-1869,. Autograph letter signed : [London], to William Bradbury, 1848 June 25. Pierpont Morgan Library.
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880. Parents & guardians : manuscript, [18--?]. Princeton University Library
referencedIn MS Mus. 281. SIR ARTHUR SULLIVAN: ‘Song of Peace’ and Incidental music to ‘Henry VIII’; 1876, 1896.ff. 41. Largest size 276 x 370mm. 1. ff. 1-14. ‘Song of Peace, "Sink & Scatter clouds of War"’, final chorus from ‘On Shore and Sea’, dramatic cantata ..., 1866-1896 British Library
creatorOf 'Plot and passion' ('Mine and countermine'), drama in three acts by 'John Roakes' (i.e., Tom Taylor) and John Lang. Licence sent 15 September 1853 for performance at the Olympic 17 October 1853. Revisions throughout. Published in Lacy's, vol. 13,... British Library
creatorOf Horne, R.H. (Richard H.), 1802-1884. Letters, 1860-1881. University of Iowa Libraries
creatorOf 'Harlequin Columbus, or the old world and the new', pantomime by ‘John Roakes’ (i.e. Tom Taylor). Licence sent 16 December 1853 for performance at Olympic 26 December 1853. Written in a number of different hands and on a number of different types ... British Library
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880. Autograph letter signed : Whitehall, to G. Webster, [no year] Mar. 24. Pierpont Morgan Library.
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880. Autograph letter signed : London, to "My dear Frank", [n.d.]. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn Russell, Edward R. (Edward Richard), 1834-1920,. Autograph letter signed from Edward Russell, Liverpool, to William Winter, New York [manuscript], 1914 December 16. Folger Shakespeare Library
creatorOf ‘Nine points of the law’, comedietta in one act by T. Taylor. Licence sent 5 April 1859 for performance at the Olympic. Contains numerous cuts and amendments in ink and pencil. Published in Lacy’s, vol. 40, no.600. Based on the novel ‘Clover Cot... British Library
creatorOf 'Going to the bad', original comedy in two acts by "John Roakes" (i.e., Tom Taylor). Licence sent 24 May 1858 for performance at the Olympic. Actors' names listed alongside the dramatis personae. Revisions and annotations throughout text. Also p... British Library
creatorOf Dowling, M. M. G. (Maurice M. G.). [Six English farces and burlettas from the 19th century]. Florida State University
creatorOf MILLAR BEQUEST. Vols. XC, XCI. Autograph collection, 1689-1937 British Library
creatorOf 'Victims', original comedy in three acts by Tom Taylor. Licence sent 5 July 1857 for performance at the Theatre Royal Haymarket 8 July 1857. Each act appears to have been posted separately. Actors’ names included alongside dramatis personae. Publ... British Library
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880,. Letters transcribed by Tom Taylor from Benjamin Robert Haydon's autobiography, 1852. Harvard University, Houghton Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXX (ff. 1135). April-May 1845 (see also 42983). (1) 'Who's the Papa? or my New Counterpane'. ff. 2-45. (2) 'L'Habeas Corpus ou Liberté Libertas', by C. Varin and 'L. Boyer'. French. Printed [1845]. ff. 46-55 b. (3) 'Le... British Library
creatorOf 'A blighted being', farce in one act by 'John Roakes' (i.e., Tom Taylor). Licence sent 7 October 1854 for performance at the Olympic 16 October 1854. LCO Day Book Add. 53703 records the stipulation that all oaths as well as the words 'Lord' and 'G... British Library
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880. Tom Taylor letter : London : ALS, [undated]. UC Berkeley Libraries
creatorOf Swain, Joseph, 1820-1909,. Letters from various correspondents, 1864-1915. Harvard University, Houghton Library
creatorOf Crawhall, Joseph, 1821-1896. Punch dinner ticket : [London], to Charles Keene, 1871 July 22. Pierpont Morgan Library.
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880. Promptbook prepared by Owen Fawcett for An unequal match [manuscript], 1867. Folger Shakespeare Library
creatorOf Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. Autograph letter signed with initials : Berwick-upon-Tweed, to his sister Letitia [Mrs. Henry Austin] / 1861 Nov. 25. Pierpont Morgan Library.
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880,. Autograph letter signed from Tom Taylor, London, to unidentified recipient [manuscript], 1854 July 12. Folger Shakespeare Library
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880. Letters, 1853-1879. University of Iowa Libraries
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880. Autograph letter signed : Lavender Sweep, Wandsworth, to Arthur Sullivan, 1878 June 27. Pierpont Morgan Library.
creatorOf 'Slave life, from Uncle Tom's Cabin', drama in three acts by 'John Roakes' (i.e Tom Taylor) and Mark Lemon. Licence sent 15 November 1852 for performance at the Adelphi 22 November 1852. Request for licence written and signed by Benjamin Webster. ... British Library
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880. The ticket-of-leave man : a drama on four acts / by Tom Taylor. Ohio State University Libraries
referencedIn Vol. CXXXII (ff. 172). 1863 -Feb. 1871.includes:ff. 1, 107 George William Frederick Villiers, 4th Earl of Clarendon: Letters to Lord Ripon: 1859-1870. f. 3 Army; England: Minutes and memoranda rel. to: 1859-1881. f. 3 General Sir William Montagu Sc... British Library
referencedIn Letters of Samuel Johnson, LL.D., collected and edited by George Birkbeck Hill, extra-illustrated, 1413-1900 (inclusive), 1775-1839 (bulk). Houghton Library, , Harvard College Library, Harvard University
creatorOf 'An unequal match', comedy in three acts by Tom Taylor. Licence sent 25 September 1857 for performance at the Theatre Royal Haymarket 3 October 1857. Revisions or prompter’s notes throughout text in different hands and different coloured inks. Pu... British Library
creatorOf ‘The member's wife, or, The house versus the home’, comedy in two acts by Tom Taylor. Licence sent 13 May 1859 for performance at the Adelphi. LCO Day Book Add. 52703 records the stipulation to ‘omit all oaths and the name of Mr Brotherton’. Publ... British Library
referencedIn Vol. CCCXVI (ff. 294). July-Dec. 1863.includes:ff. 1, 67 Alexander Munro, sculptor: Correspondence with W. E. Gladstone: 1852-1863.f. 3 John Mason Neale, hymnologist and translator: Letters to W. E. Gladstone: 1855-1865.f. 5 Sir Richard Madox ... British Library
referencedIn Busch, Charles. Our leading lady : a new play / by Charles Busch, 2007. New York Public Library System, NYPL
creatorOf À Beckett, Gilbert Abbott, 1811-1856. Dawn : autograph manuscript signed, 1847 June 15. Pierpont Morgan Library.
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880. Letter : n.p., to D. Cox, n.p., [18]79. Texas Christian University
referencedIn Samuels, Jack Harris, d. 1966,. English and American literary manuscripts and letters collection, 1663-1964. Columbia University in the City of New York, Columbia University Libraries
creatorOf Allen, C. Leslie (Charles Leslie), 1830-1917. Charles Leslie Allen playbook collection, 1826-1900. Buffalo and Erie County Public Library, Central (downtown Buffalo)
referencedIn Letters from various correspondents, 1864-1915. Houghton Library, , Harvard College Library, Harvard University
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXXXII (ff. 1086). Aug.-Oct. 1846, except art. 25 (June I846). (1) 'May Marsden and Foul Weather Jack', [by C. Z. Barnett?], Acts 1 and 2. ff. 2-33. (2) 'The Origin of Powder' altered from 'The Rape of the Barber or the... British Library
creatorOf Play by Tom Taylor, called 'John Roakes', dramatist and editor of 'Punch'; submitted: 1872, 1872 British Library
creatorOf Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. Autograph letter signed with initials : London, to his sister Letitia [Mrs. Henry Austin] / 1862 Mar. 4. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn Bennoch, Francis, 1812-1890. Papers, 1839-1890. University of Iowa Libraries
creatorOf Forster, John, 1812-1876. Letters, 1831-1875. University of Iowa Libraries
creatorOf Dickens, Charles, 1812-1870. Autograph letter signed with initials : London, to his sister Letitia [Mrs. Henry Austin] / 1862 May 17. Pierpont Morgan Library.
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880. [Tom Taylor's plays]. Libraries Australia
creatorOf ‘The contested election’ al. 'The election', comedy in three acts by Tom Taylor. Licence sent 23 June 1859 for performance at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket. Amended in MS to shorter title, under which it also appears in the LCO Day Book Add. 52703.... British Library
referencedIn Donne, William Bodham, 1807-1882,. Autograph letters signed from William Bodham Donne, London and nearby, to Frances Anne Kemble [manuscript], 1856-1876. Folger Shakespeare Library
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880. Autograph letter signed : London, to W.P. Frith, 1873 Jun. 2. Pierpont Morgan Library.
creatorOf ‘No. 3 Fig Tree Court, Temple, or, Us and our clerks’, farce in one act by ‘John Roakes’ (i.e., Tom Taylor). Licence sent 26 February 1852 for performance at the Princess’s 6 March 1852. Published in Lacy’s, vol. 6, no. 80. Keywords: lodgers and ... British Library
creatorOf Haines/ Stonor Papers: contents of an autograph album, with some loose material, consisting of letters, letter covers and signatures of British statesmen, peers, politicians and bishops, etc.; circa 1816?-1900, n.d.; , approximately 1816-1900 British Library
creatorOf Howitt, William, 1792-1879. William Howitt letters and poems, 1834-1876. Pennsylvania State University Libraries
creatorOf Play by Tom Taylor, called 'John Roakes', dramatist and editor of 'Punch'; submitted: 1876, 1876 British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CLXXI (ff.1001). May-July 1851. (1) 'Embrassons-nous Folleville!', by E. M. Labiche and P. C. J. A. Lefranc. French. Printed (n.d.). ff. 1-22b. (2) 'Roméo et Marielle', by 'P. F. Pinel Dumanoir', P. Siraudin and L. I. E... British Library
creatorOf 'Still waters', drama in three acts by 'John Roakes' [i.e., Tom Taylor]. Licence sent 25 April 1855 for performance at the Olympic 14 May 1855. Published in Lacy's, vol. 22, no. 319, under the title ‘Still waters run deep’. Keywords: musicians, l... British Library
creatorOf Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892. Poems by Alfred Tennyson, unpublished : manuscript, 1841. Princeton University Library
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880. Autograph letter signed : London, to Catherine Dickens, 1875 Oct. 19. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn Autograph File, T, 1580-1975. Houghton Library, , Harvard College Library, Harvard University
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXXII (ff. 1146). June-Aug. 1845 (see also 43013, art. 24), except art. 11 (May 1845). (1) 'L'Amour en Commandite', by' A. de Leuven', 'Monsieur Brunswick' and 'A. Dennery'. French. Printed (n. d.). ff. 2-9 b. (2) 'L'Ho... British Library
referencedIn Vol. LVII, 1850-1856.includes:ff. 28, 291 Henrietta Anne Theodosia Robinson, wife of George, 1st Marquess of Ripon: Correspondence with T. Hughes: 1852-1871.ff. 28, 291 Thomas Hughes, MP; author: Correspondence with Lady Ripon: 1852-1871.ff. 255b..., 1850-1856 British Library
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880. Our American cousin : typescript, after 1869. University of Pennsylvania Libraries, Van Pelt Library
referencedIn Stone, Melicent. Scrapbook, 1865-1921. American Primers
creatorOf Millais, John Everett, Sir, 1829-1896. Correspondence, draft manuscript and photographs, ca. 1856-1896 (1919). Getty Research Library
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880. Autograph letter signed : Whitehall, Market Square, to Mr. Blewitt, [n.d.]. Pierpont Morgan Library.
creatorOf 'Up at the hills', comedy in two acts by Tom Taylor. Licence sent 22 October 1860 for performance at St James's. Described as "An original comedy of Indian life". Contains numerous cuts and additions in ink and pencil. Small sketch of a bird at ... British Library
referencedIn Early California Theater Promptbooks ca. 1877. Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens
creatorOf ‘Wittikind and his brothers, or, The seven swan princes and the fair Melusine’ (‘The swan princes’), fairy tale in two acts, by ‘John Roakes’ (i.e. Tom Taylor). Licence sent 26 March 1852 for performance at the Princess’s 12 April 1852. Extensive ... British Library
creatorOf Bradbury, William, 1800-1869,. Autograph letter signed : [London], to William Bradbury, 1862 Dec. 31. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn Reade, Charles, 1814-1884. Souvenir of "Masks & faces" picture play, 1917. Cornell University Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CLXX (ff. 1132). April-May 1851. (1) 'Bataille de Dames ou un Duel en Amour', by A. E. Scribe and E. W. Legouvé. French. Printed (1851). ff. 2-47 b. (2) 'Une Chaîne', by A. E. Scribe (see also 42983, art. 25). French. P... British Library
creatorOf 'A duke in difficulties', comedy in three acts and an epilogue by Tom Taylor. Licence sent 20 February 1861 for performance at the Haymarket. Numerous cuts and amendments in red and black ink, cues underlined in red ink. MS written in more than o... British Library
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880,. Autograph letters signed from Tom Taylor, London, to various recipients [manuscript], 19th century. Folger Shakespeare Library
creatorOf 'The overland route', comedy in three acts by Tom Taylor. Licence sent 17 February 1860 for performance at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket. Additions, cuts and cues made both in pencil and in ink. Includes stage manager's directions, some attached w... British Library
creatorOf 'The ticket of leave' ('The ticket-of-leave man'), drama in three acts and a prologue by Tom Taylor. The date of licence for the May 1863 performance at the Olympic not noted on the script, but LCO Day Book Add. 52703 records date of licence as 27 M... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXV (ff. 1127). Oct.-Nov. 1844. (1) 'Watch and Ward' altered from 'The Captain of the Watch', by A. S. Wigan, Scene 1. Autograph. ff. 2-18. (2) 'Sam Patch the Jumper'. ff. 19-32 b. (3) 'The Forest Princess or Two Centur... British Library
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880. The ticket-of-leave man. Libraries Australia
referencedIn Vol. III, ff. 353, P-Z.includes:f. 1 Frederick W. Pailthorpe, illustrator to C Dickens: Letter to W. Miller: 1903. f. 2 Francis Turner Palgrave, poet and anthologist: Letter to -: 1862. f. 3 Edward Henry Palmer, orientalist: Letter to S. 0. Grey: 187... British Library
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880,. Autograph letters signed from Tom Taylor, London, to [Frances Anne] Kemble [manuscript], [1854-1855]. Folger Shakespeare Library
referencedIn KINGSLEY PAPERS. Vol. III. Letters mainly to Charles Kingsley and members of his family; 1839-1910. The names of all the writers are given in the Index. Paper; ff. 308. Folio. Presented by W. H. Buckler, Esq.Reverend Charles Kingsley, author: Corresp..., 1839-1910 British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CLIX (ff. 1028). Dec. 1849, except art. 18 (Sept. 1849). (1) 'The Loving Woman', by R. B. Peake. ff. 2-50. (2) 'Hartley Manor', by G. E. Farmer. ff. 51-81. (3) 'Worse than ever', by G. E. Farmer. ff. 82-105. (4) 'The Go..., 1849 British Library
creatorOf ‘The first printer’, drama in three acts by Tom Taylor and Charles Reade. Licence sent 21 January 1856 for performance at the Princess’s 3 March 1856. Songs included in MS. Keywords: the press, Netherlands, family relationships, treason, aristocr... British Library
creatorOf MCCRIMMON COLLECTION. Vol. VII (ff. viii+222). Album of letters from prominent people, addressed chiefly to Sir Antonio Panizzi, Principal Librarian of the British Museum 1856-1866, and to Sergeant John Humffreys Parry, his family and associates; 182..., 1827-1881 British Library
creatorOf 'To oblige Benson', farce in one act by 'John Roakes', (i.e. Tom Taylor). Licence sent 24 February 1854 for performance at the Olympic 6 March 1854. Detailed description of set. Also published in Lacy's, vol. 14, no. 208. Keywords: landlords and ... British Library
creatorOf ‘Retribution’, domestic drama in four acts by Tom Taylor, based on Le loi de talion by Charles de Bernard. Licence sent 26 March 1856 for performance at the Olympic 12 May 1856. Not listed in LCO Day Book Add. 53073. Published in Lacy’s, vol. 27,... British Library
creatorOf Play by Tom Taylor, called 'John Roakes', dramatist and editor of 'Punch'; submitted: 1874, 1874 British Library
referencedIn Kean, Charles John, 1811?-1868,. Autograph letter signed from Charles John Kean to unidentified recipient [manuscript], 1853 March 22. Folger Shakespeare Library
referencedIn Sothern, E. H. (Edward Hugh), 1859-1933,. Typescript letter signed from E.H. Sothern, New York, to Mr. John Francis, New York [manuscript], 1907 December 7. Folger Shakespeare Library
referencedIn Burnand, F. C. (Francis Cowley), Sir, 1836-1917. Autograph letter signed, dated : Edgware, 18 June 1871, to [Lewis Strange] Wingfield, 1871 June 18. Pierpont Morgan Library.
creatorOf 'A nice firm', farce in one act by 'John Roakes' (i.e., Tom Taylor). Licence sent 16 November 1853 for performance at the Lyceum 19 November 1853. Published in Lacy's, vol. 13, no. 185. Keywords: law and the legal profession, crime, the press.ff.... British Library
creatorOf Sullivan, Arthur, Sir, 1842-1900. Autograph letter signed : 8 Albert Mansions, S.W., [London] ; and elsewhere, to Tom Taylor, 1871 May 17 and 1877 Feb. 7, with 2 undated letters. Pierpont Morgan Library.
creatorOf 'Our family legend, or, Heads and tails', entertainment arranged by Mr. German Reed. Licence sent 28 March 1862 for performance at the German Reed's Gallery of Illustration. Listed under 'Family Legend…' in LCO Day Book Add. 52703. For other ente... British Library
referencedIn Vol. LVI (ff. 433). Dec. 1857-Nov. 1860.Royal Institution; London: Lectures on art delivered at, by Sir A. H. Layard: 1859.includes:f. 1 Bhau Dájí, formerly Secretary of the Bombay Association: Letter to Sir A. H. Layard: 1857. ff. 1-173 passim, 35... British Library
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880. T. Taylor letter to Samuel P. Avery, 1876. Metropolitan Museum of Art, Thomas J. Watson Library
creatorOf Play by Tom Taylor, called 'John Roakes', dramatist and editor of 'Punch'; submitted: 1871, 1871 British Library
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880. Tom Taylor letters and engraved portrait, 1865-1878. Pennsylvania State University Libraries
creatorOf ‘Payable on demand’, domestic drama in two acts by Tom Taylor. Licence sent 6 June 1859 for performance at the Olympic. LCO Day Book Add. 52703 records the stipulation that biblical references be omitted. Published in Lacy’s, vol. 41, no. 614. K... British Library
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880. The burial of the Angle chieftain : autograph manuscript signed, 18--. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol CLXXIV A (ff. 1093). Nov.-Dec. 1851. (1) 'Mr and Mrs Briggs or Harlequin Punch's Festival', by G. H. B. Rodwell and R. N. Lee. ff. 3-35 b. (2) 'The Two Bonnycastles' ('A Highway Robbery'), by J. M. Morton. ff. 36-56 b. ... British Library
creatorOf 'Our American cousin', comic drama in two acts by Tom Taylor. Licence sent November 1861 for performance at the Haymarket, but a note on the back of the title page includes both the name of the manager Benjamin Webster, and the date October 6th 185... British Library
referencedIn Vol. LV (ff. 350). May, 1856-Nov. 1857.includes:ff. 1, 7, 115, 172, 193 Rep.. Daniel Dewar, Principal of Marischal College, Aberdeen: Correspondence with Sir A. H. Layard: 1855-1858. ff. 1-229 passim University of Aberdeen: Correspondence of Sir A.... British Library
referencedIn The Robert Cushman Butler Collection of Theatrical Illustrations Washington State University Libraries: Manuscripts, Archives, and Special Collections
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880,. Autograph letters signed from Tom Taylor, London, to [Lilian Adelaide] Neilson [manuscript], ca. 1869 August 7 and October 27. Folger Shakespeare Library
creatorOf ‘The late lamented’, comedietta in one act by Tom Taylor. Licence sent 14 November 1859 for performance at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket. LCO Day Book Add. 52703 records the stipulation that references to 'Providence' be omitted. Substantial cuts ... British Library
creatorOf 'Court and cottage', comic operetta in one act by Tom Taylor (for the music by Frederic Clay.) Licence sent 8 March 1862 1to be performed at Covent Garden on 15 March 862. Signed W. Harrison, manager. Cuts and amendments in inks. Contains words ... British Library
referencedIn Vol. LIII (ff. 435). Jan.-20 May, 1855.includes:f. 1 Captain William Robert Mends, RN; KCB 1871: Letters to Sir A. H. Layard: 1855-1863. ff. 3, 65-72 Edward Horsman, Chief Secretary for Ireland: Letters to Sir A. H. Layard: 1854-1864. ff. 5, 25, 8... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. VOL. CLXI (ff. 981). Feb.-March 1850. (1) 'The Noble Heart' ('The Noble Heart or Love's Sacrifice'), by 'S. Lawrence' (see also 43010, art. 9). ff. 2-26. (2) 'The Red House or a Crack Shot'. ff. 27-58 b. (3) 'My Precious Bet... British Library
creatorOf 'The babes in the wood', comedy in three acts by Tom Taylor. Licence sent 9 November 1860 for performance at the Haymarket. Cuts, cues and stage directions in red ink and pencil, list of properties on inside front cover. MS. written in more than o... British Library
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880. An unequal match : manuscript, [1877-1878]. Princeton University Library
creatorOf Sheepshanks, John, 1787-1863. Photocopy of an autograph letter signed : Blackheath, to an unidentified correspondent, probably Tom Taylor, 1842 July 16. Pierpont Morgan Library.
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880. Autograph letter signed : to Mr. Brookfield, [n.d.]. Pierpont Morgan Library.
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXVI (ff. 1150). Nov.-Dec. 1844. (1) 'The Village Outcast! or the Poacher's Wife!', by T. P. Taylor. ff. 2-44 b. (2) 'Young England', by J. M. Morton. ff. 45-60. (3) 'Somebody Else', by J. R. Planché. ff. 61-83. (4) 'S... British Library
creatorOf 'A sheep in wolf's clothing', domestic drama in two acts by Tom Taylor. Licence sent 1 March 1857 for performance at the Olympic 19 February 1857. Revisions throughout the text. Published in Lacy's, vol. 37, no. 549. Keywords: the press, executi... British Library
referencedIn Photograph of Tom Taylor British Library
creatorOf 'Masks and faces, or, Both sides of the curtain’, comedy in two acts. Licence sent 8 November 1852 for performance at the Theatre Royal, Haymarket, 5 November 1852. Request for licence written and signed by Benjamin Webster. For a related play se... British Library
creatorOf ‘Garibaldi’, a historical drama in four acts by Tom Taylor. Licence sent 10 October 1859 for performance at Astley’s. Contains detailed descriptions of stagecraft. Back cover to Act One contains reference to elephants written in ink. LCO Day Boo... British Library
referencedIn Papers, 1808-1888. Houghton Library, , Harvard College Library, Harvard University
creatorOf ‘The fool’s revenge’, tragedy in three acts by Tom Taylor. Licence sent 12 October 1859 for performance at Sadlers Wells on 18 October 1859. Prompt copy written in more than one hand, containing various additional stage directions in ink and penci... British Library
creatorOf Meritt, Paul. Letter to Tom Taylor. Scarbro. 1878 July 20. University of Iowa Libraries
creatorOf CROSS PAPERS. Vol. XXVII (ff. 200). Miscellaneous papers; 1702-bef. 1903. 1. ff. 1-95. Drafts of Part II, Appendix B, The character of the Queen as shown in her letters on public affairs, and Part III, Appendix B, The character of the Queen as shown ..., 1702-1903 British Library
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880,. Autograph letter signed from Tom Taylor, London, to Mrs. Gore [manuscript], 1833 April 14. Folger Shakespeare Library
creatorOf Hatton, John Liptrot, 1809-1886. Incidental music for plays given at the Princess Theatre by John Liptrott Hatton, 1855-1858. Folger Shakespeare Library
creatorOf Play by Tom Taylor, called 'John Roakes', dramatist and editor of 'Punch'; submitted: 1874, 1874 British Library
creatorOf DEXTER DICKENS COLLECTION. Vol. IV (ff. 88). Miscellaneous correspondence and papers of literary men and artists, including Charles Dickens; 1829-1903, n.d. The items are arranged in groups in alphabetical order of writer or main correspondent. For a..., 1829-1904 British Library
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880. [Plays]. Yale University Library
referencedIn Vol. CCCXXX (ff. ii+ 399). May-Aug. 1868.includes:f. 1 Richard William Hiley, Vicar of Wighill: Letters to, from W. E. Gladstone: 1868.: Copies.ff. 3, 72 James Anthony Lawson, Irish judge: Letters to W. E. Gladstone: 1868-1880.ff. 5, 7 George F... British Library
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880. Mask and faces : manuscript, [18--?]. Princeton University Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CLXIII (ff. 1116). April-May 1850. (1) 'The Blind Wife', Acts 1 and 2. ff. 2-57. (2) 'Duty and Honour' al. 'Bonnie Prince Charlie' al. 'The Fugitive or Duty and Honour'. ff. 58-136. (3) 'Therèse or the Orphan of Geneva'... British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol CXXXIX (ff. 1074). April-May 1847 (see also 42967, art. 33). (1) 'The Farmer Emigrant or the Blessings of Peace'. ff. 2-38. (2) 'I Due Foscari' al. 'The Two Foscari', by F. M. Piave. Italian, with English translation. Pr... British Library
creatorOf Senior / Hughes Correspondence. Letters received by Nassau William Senior, political economist (b. 1790, d. 1864), his daughter-in-law Jane, née Hughes, school inspector (b. 1828, d. 1877), and other members of the Senior and Hughes families; 1812-1..., 1812-1896 British Library
referencedIn Charlton, J., fl. 1895,. Autograph letter signed from J. Charlton to Augustin Daly [manuscript], [1895] July 3. Folger Shakespeare Library
creatorOf Carroll, Lewis, 1832-1898. Autograph letter signed : addressed "Ch. Ch. Oxford," to [Tom] Taylor, 1878 June 27. Pierpont Morgan Library.
creatorOf William Tell; or, The strike of the Cantons, burlesque pantomime preceded by a prologue entitled The library of time, by Tom Taylor, A. R. Smith, F. Talfourd and W. P. Hale. Printed (1856), with MS additions. Licence sent 24 May 1856 for performan... British Library
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880,. Autograph letter signed from Tom Taylor to Mr. Flower [manuscript], 1877 April 13. Folger Shakespeare Library
creatorOf Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, Baron, 1809-1892. Poems by Alfred Tennyson, unpublished : manuscript, 1841. Princeton University Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CXXVI (ff. 1221). Dec. 1845, except art. 39 (Nov. 1845). (1) 'David Hunt or the Backwodsman (sic) and his Daughter, a Tale of the Paire (sic)' al. 'David, Hunt the Backwoodsman or Life, Love and Jealousy, a Tale of the ... British Library
creatorOf Robinson, Henry Crabb, 1775-1867. Henry Crabb Robinson letter to Tom Taylor, 1863 Mar. 13. Pennsylvania State University Libraries
creatorOf Tom Taylor Collection, c. 1950s - 1980s V & A Department of Theatre and Performance
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. CLXVII (ff. 928). Nov.-Dec. 1850. (1) 'The Baby and the Regimentals' al. 'The Baby and the Unmen--s', by J. M. Graham. ff. 2-16b. (2) 'The Duchess of Malfi', by R. H. Horne. ff. 17-144. (3) 'Jolly Jack, the Roscius of t... British Library
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880. Papers, 1864, n.d. Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library
creatorOf Taylor, Tom, 1817-1880. Letter : to unknown correspondent, [18--] Nov. 14. Bryn Mawr College, Mariam Coffin Canaday Library
creatorOf Compton, Henry, 1805-1877,. Autograph letter signed from Henry Compton to Tom Taylor [manuscript], 1870 June 17. Folger Shakespeare Library
creatorOf Play by J. Saunders, writer of plays; submitted: 1873Play by Tom Taylor, called 'John Roakes', dramatist and editor of 'Punch'; submitted: 1873, 1873 British Library
creatorOf 'A tale of two cities', drama with prologue and two acts by Tom Taylor. Licence sent 20 January 1860 for performance at the Lyceum. LCO Day Book Add. 52703 records the stipulation that the word 'Heaven' be substituted for 'God'. Based on the seri... British Library
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Banbury, Oxfordshire
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Preston, Lancashire
Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
Birmingham, Warwickshire
Chester, Cheshire
Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
Lambeth, Surrey
Naples and Sicily, Kingdom of, Italy
Burma, Asia
India, Asia
Reading, Berkshire
Huddersfield, West Riding of Yorkshire
Sunderland, Durham
Wigtown Burghs, Wigtownshire
Italy, Europe
Kars, Turkey
England--London
England--London
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Sebastopol, the Crimea
Leith, Edinburgh
Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Birmingham, Warwickshire
York, Yorkshire
London, England
England--London
India, Asia
Mauritius, Indian Ocean
High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire
Halifax, West Riding of Yorkshire
Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
Appleby, Lincolnshire
Tavistock, Devon
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