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        Pamphlet celebrating Archbishop William Laud's downfall, c.1645

        English School, (17th century). Medium: printed paper. Date: 17th Century. William Laud (1573-1645), became Archbishop of Canterbury in 1633; Despite being an Anglican he was accused of Popery by puritan elements of the church; he desired total uniformity in the church which was seen as persecution; consequently he was imprisoned in the Tower of London and then beheaded in 1645; 'The Full View of Canterburies Fall, from Pop deliver us all'; 'Grace, and no grace, Hath wrought thy disgrace'; Provenance: Private Collection.

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