Richard Taylor (editor)

Richard Taylor (editor)

Richard Taylor (1781–1858) was an English naturalist and publisher of scientific journals. He published the first edition of the "Philosophical Magazine" in 1798 and went of to publish the "Annals of Natural History" in 1838. He edited and published "Scientific Memoirs, Selected from the Transactions of Foreign Academies of Science" from 1837 to 1852. In 1852 he was joined by the chemist, Dr William Francis to form Taylor and Francis.

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* [http://www.taylorandfrancisgroup.com/about/history.asp Taylor & Francis Group: Our History]
* [http://www.npg.org.uk/live/search/person.asp?LinkID=mp55731 Richard Taylor (1781-1858), Printer and naturalist] at the National Portrait Gallery

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*worldcat id|lccn-n88-87371
*cite book
last = Linnean Society of London
authorlink = Linnean Society of London
title = Transactions of the Linnean Society of London
origdate = 1808-04-19
url = http://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Transactions_of_the_Linnean_Society_of_London/Volume_10
format = HTML
accessdate = 2008-06-27
edition = Volume 10
date = 1811
publisher = Richard Taylor and Co.
location = Shoe-Lane, Fleet-Street


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