The Archbishop of Canterbury, William Laud. He was beheaded on Tower Hill in 1645 after being found ‘guilty of endeavouring to subvert the laws, to overthrow the Protestant religion, and to act as an enemy to Parliament’.

The Archbishop of Canterbury, William Laud. He was beheaded on Tower Hill in 1645 after being found ‘guilty of endeavouring to subvert the laws, to overthrow the Protestant religion, and to act as an enemy to Parliament’.

Circa 1635, A contemporary cartoon showing the Archbishop of Canterbury, William Laud (1573 - 1645) at the dining table with a doctor and a lawyer. The inscription refers to the Archbishop choosing a meal of the ears of Puritans in preference to food fit for a prince

Circa 1635, A contemporary cartoon showing the Archbishop of Canterbury, William Laud (1573 - 1645) at the dining table with a doctor and a lawyer. The inscription refers to the Archbishop choosing a meal of the ears of Puritans in preference to food fit for a prince

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 Lawes: Consort Music for Viols, Lutes & Theorbos [CD]

William Lawes: Consort Music for Viols, Lutes & Theorbos [CD]

William Laud 1573-1645 Archbishop Of Canterbury 1633-45 Religious Adviser Of England'S Charles I From Old Englands Worthies By Lord Brougham And Others Published London Circa 1880s Canvas Art - Ken We

William Laud 1573-1645 Archbishop Of Canterbury 1633-45 Religious Adviser Of England'S Charles I From Old Englands Worthies By Lord Brougham And Others Published London Circa 1880s Canvas Art - Ken We

MessageToEagle.com – On January 10, 1645, William Laud, the Archbishop of Canterbury, was executed at Tower Hill in London, England. Laud (1573 – 11645) was the Archbishop of Canterbury from 1633, during the reign of Charles I and a loyal supporter of the king, but finally he had to pay for this loyalty with his …

MessageToEagle.com – On January 10, 1645, William Laud, the Archbishop of Canterbury, was executed at Tower Hill in London, England. Laud (1573 – 11645) was the Archbishop of Canterbury from 1633, during the reign of Charles I and a loyal supporter of the king, but finally he had to pay for this loyalty with his …

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