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011465

Puritan satire in William Laud (1573-1645), Archbishop of Canterbury from 1633, religious adviser to Charles I. Persecuted the Puritans, attempted to force Anglican liturgy on Presbyterian church in Scotland, and laid down new canons of the Laudian church.

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Puritan satire in William Laud (1573-1645),  Archbishop of Canterbury from 1633, religious adviser to Charles I. Persecuted  the Puritans, attempted to force Anglican liturgy on Presbyterian church in Scotland, and laid down new canons of the Laudian church.