The Convocation of Ireland met in early 1635. The Puritan led Lower House attempts to resist the 39 Articles of the English Church. Both Thomas Wentworth & William Laud felt that the passing of those Articles was essential to make life difficult for the Puritans & Wentworth writes to the Prolocutor Henry Leslie who then orders a vote without debate & only one Puritan clergyman stands up against Wentworth & votes against them.

The Convocation of Ireland met in early 1635. The Puritan led Lower House attempts to resist the 39 Articles of the English Church. Both Thomas Wentworth & William Laud felt that the passing of those Articles was essential to make life difficult for the Puritans & Wentworth writes to the Prolocutor Henry Leslie who then orders a vote without debate & only one Puritan clergyman stands up against Wentworth & votes against them.

William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury was an Arminian divine who opposed radical forms of Puritanism. This, and his support for King Charles I, resulted in his beheading in the midst of the English Civil War.

William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury 1633 to Born 7 October 1573 Reading, Berkshire Died 10 January 1645 (aged Tower Hill, London

During his tenure as Lord Deputy Thomas Wentworth gained the reputation as being an astute operator. He was accused by opponents as bring 'monstrous rich' and his income was estimated at about £23000 a year. He looked after his servants and was not ashamed of his wealth. In a letter to William Laud he wrote:

During his tenure as Lord Deputy Thomas Wentworth gained the reputation as being an astute operator. He was accused by opponents as bring 'monstrous rich' and his income was estimated at about £23000 a year. He looked after his servants and was not ashamed of his wealth. In a letter to William Laud he wrote:

William Laud (1573-1645). Ordained in 1601 He became Chaplain to James 1st in 1611 before being Arch Deacon of Huntingdon in 1615. He was Bishop of St David's, Bath & Wells and London before becoming Archbishop of Canterbury in 1633.

William Laud Archbishop of Canterbury in He along with Strafford was blamed for the failed Bishops Wars and was impeached by the Scottish Commissioners & Henry Vane in He spent 5 years in the Tower of London before being beheaded at Tower Hill on January

WILLIAM LAUD ARCHBISHOP AND MARTYR (10 JANUARY 1645)

WILLIAM LAUD ARCHBISHOP AND MARTYR (10 JANUARY 1645)

Trinity College Dublin, founded by Queen Elizabeth in 1601 was seen by Thomas Wentworth & William Laud as the source of all intellectual life in Ireland and should be controlled by the English. The Provost, a relative of Archbishop Ussher, was not able to control the Fellows & his only innovation was that students in theology should read the bible in Irish. This did not meet with Wentworth's approval

Trinity College Dublin, founded by Queen Elizabeth in 1601 was seen by Thomas Wentworth & William Laud as the source of all intellectual life in Ireland and should be controlled by the English. The Provost, a relative of Archbishop Ussher, was not able to control the Fellows & his only innovation was that students in theology should read the bible in Irish. This did not meet with Wentworth's approval

William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury

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William Laud 1573-1645 Archbishop Of Canterbury From The Book Lodge-S British Portraits- Published London 1823 Canvas Art - Ken Welsh Design Pics (13 x 17)

William Laud 1573-1645 Archbishop Of Canterbury From The Book Lodge-S British Portraits- Published London 1823 Canvas Art - Ken Welsh Design Pics (13 x 17)

William Laud Archbishop Of Canterbury From The Book Lodge-S British Portraits- Published London 1823 Canvas Art - Ken Welsh Design Pics x

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The early ‘Anglican’ reading of Scripture William Laud

On the 5th May 1640 the King calls his Committee for Scottish Affairs together. Wentworth, William Laud, Algernon Percy, Francis Cottingham & Henry Vane are present. Percy suggests that the war is abandoned but Wentworth still advocates War, & the King should use his royal prerogative to raise men & money. Laud supports Wentworth's assertion but Cottingham is more cautious. Commissions of Array are issued & ship-money levied

On the 5th May 1640 the King calls his Committee for Scottish Affairs together. Wentworth, William Laud, Algernon Percy, Francis Cottingham & Henry Vane are present. Percy suggests that the war is abandoned but Wentworth still advocates War, & the King should use his royal prerogative to raise men & money. Laud supports Wentworth's assertion but Cottingham is more cautious. Commissions of Array are issued & ship-money levied

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William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury (1633-1645).

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William Laud was Archbishop of Canterbury, the head of the Anglican Church, from 1633 to 1645. This was an era of religious turmoil in England, and William Laud made some fierce enemies: He once had three prominent Puritans’ ears cut off, and their cheeks branded with the letters “SL,” for “Seditious Libeller.” The court jester at the time quipped, “Give praise to the Lord and Laud to the Devil.” Eventually, his enemies gained enough political power to have him arrested and beheaded

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Fall from grace (Archbishop William Laud)

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