Archbishop William Laud was the Archbishop of Canterbury in the middle of the seventeenth century under King Charles I. He was the leader of a movement against Protestantism in England, but this movement was only in externals and emotion. Belloc makes it clear that Laud, along with the rest of the high churchmen of the time were stoutly Protestant and anti Catholic in their true loyalties.
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