- 1. Anonymous account of his life.
- 2. The importance of conscientiousness in the use of influence. A sermon preached in Cross Street Chapel, Manchester, Sunday, 14 January 1844, on occasion of the death of Mr John Edward Taylor. By J. G. Robberds. Printed.
- 3. A brief memoir of Mr John Edward Taylor. Reprinted from the Christian Reformer, March 1844.
- 4. Article in the Inquirer, 4 June 1921, p. 291, entitled "Taylors & Scotts, and the Manchester Guardian".
John Edward Taylor senior
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- ReferenceGB 133 JA/25
- Dates of Creation1844-1921
- Physical Description4 items
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Administrative / Biographical History
John Edward Taylor (1791-1844) was the founder of the Manchester Guardian. He was the father of Harriet, Sara, and Mary Ann, all of whom married into the Jevons family.