Taylor

HCR diary 10.6.1824 at Lamb's a large party "a Mr Taylor a young man of talents in the Colonial Office"
                    15.8.1824 in Norwich "I had been invited to dine with Ad: Taylor but thought it prudent not to go and I therefore accepted an invitation to dine with Will: Taylor - a very amusing afternoon - a younger brother of Austin's tribe, one Smith and another young man there - The conversation on T's part however was even to me highly exceptionable - I mean before young men - such as "Zoten Gotteslasterei und Aufruhr sind die Thure Angel des Menschlichen Lebens" (Dirty jokes, blasphemy and rebellion are the door-hinges of human life) etc. His opinions always extravagant. No young man could much frequent his company without losing his reverence for truth at least"
                   16.7.1826 at Norwich "Taylor's affair - a long narrative appeared lately in the papers charging him with being a newspaper slanderer and with refusing to fight after accepting a challenge"
                   25.3.1827 at Norwich Ad: Taylor's brother George
                   15.7.1828 Adam Taylor "It was by his advice 15 years ago that I entered the profession and he now approves of my leaving it"
                   13.6.1832 at Society for Relieving Foreigners in Distress "I had an occasional chat with Ed: Taylor the singer"
Four different Taylors. At Lamb's in 1824 Henry Taylor (DNB 1800-1886). In 1832 Edward Taylor (DNB 1784-1863). William Taylor (DNB 1765-1836) was probably the man with dangerous conversation. Adam Taylor. Adam Taylor bapt 16.3.1774 Witwood with Keswick, Norfolk son of Adam & Elizabeth (nee Kemp), married Framingham Pigot, Norfolk 4.9.1804 Frances Brooke, buried 28.4.1858 Framlingham Pigot age 84. In 1851 census Adam taylor age 77 born Keswick, Norfolk, wife Frances age 68, son Clement age 34, dau Sarah age 32, Adam Taylor jr age 45 born Framlingham Pigot wife Mary age 42. The Taylor attacked in the newspapers (apparently Morning Herald) in 1826 sounds like William above but I couldn't locate the articles