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1560 ca1642, Jan 21
an English Roman Catholic theologian and controversialist, and a reforming president of the English College, Douai. His reforms made him enemies, but the nuncios at Brussels and Paris supported him. The English secular clergy three times without result recommended him to be their bishop, in 1608, 1614, and 1622.
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  • A Survey of the New Religion. Detecting manie grosse absurdities which it implieth, Douai, 1603, with dedication to James I; 'newly augmented,' Douai, 1605. Matthew Sutcliffe, dean of Exeter, published two replies in 1606.
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