1544 ca1590+
an English pamphleteer or political commentator during the Elizabethan era. He was born in the County of Norfolk, and was educated at Trinity College, Cambridge. After reading law at Lincoln's Inn, he lived at Thelveton, in the County of Norfolk. He was a committed Puritan, and he opposed the negotiations for marriage between Queen Elizabeth and Fran├žois, Duke of Anjou, a French Roman Catholic who was the brother of the King of France.
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