1575 ca1633 ca
an English historian and poet. Throughout his life, Bolton was oppressed by scarcity, about which he freely informed his numerous prospective patrons. He was caught up in Charles's campaign against recusancy in 1628; he was imprisoned first in the Fleet and then in Marshalsea, where he languished for want of a person of power to intercede for him. The most important of his numerous works are Hypercritica, a short critical treatise begun about 1618 but not finished till 1621.
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