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Tom TaylorTom Taylor 1817 1880 was a dramatist and editor of Punch magazine He was born in England After attending school there, and studying for two sessions at the University of Glasgow, he entered Trinity College at Cambridge University in 1837 He began his working life as a journalist Soon after moving to London, Taylor wrote for the Morning Chronicle and the Daily News He was on th
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