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Of Archbishop Laud and Charles the First, Marvell says: ” “I am confident the Bishop studied to do both God and his Majesty good service; but alas, how utterly was he mistaken.
In 1645, Archbishop Laud was beheaded by the Parliament, and the use of the Prayer-book forbidden.
Sir Walter Raleigh, Sir Thomas More, Charles II, Archbishop Laud all died with a real greatness of undismayed bravery, but with just a sense of enacting a part rehearsed.
Then Archbishop Laud took away Spencer's librarianship, and let him drop.