Edward Baldwyn (1746–1817) was an English clergyman and pamphleteer.
Baldwyn was educated at St John's College, Oxford (B.A., 1767; M.A., 1784). For some years he was resident in Yorkshire, master of Bradford Grammar School from 1784. Under the pseudonym of 'Trim,' he engaged in a literary squabble with the Rev. William Atkinson and other clergymen (John Crosse, and Atkinson's brother Johnson Atkinson Busfeild).
- A Critique on the Poetical Essays of the Rev. William Atkinson, 1787.
- Further Remarks on two of the most Singular Characters of the Age, 1789.
- A Letter to the Author of Remarks on two of the most Singular Characters of the Age. By the Rev. John Crosse, vicar of Bradford; with a reply by the former, 1790, with which is printed The Olla Podrida; or Trim's Entertainment for his Creditors.
- Remarks on the Oaths, Declarations, and Conduct of Johnson Atkinson Busfield, Esq., 1791.
- A Congratulatory Address to the Rev. John Crosse, on the Prospect of his Recovery from a Dangerous Disease, 1791.