Maynwaring

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John Pym - Political Life
... the 1628 parliament, Pym led the charge against Roger Maynwaring and Robert Sibthorpe, two clergymen who had published sermons at the behest of Charles I ... Pym believed that Maynwaring and Sibthorpe's sermons were part of an attempt to introduce absolute monarchy in England and he therefore had them censured for ... Charles I later granted Maynwaring and Sibthorpe royal pardons and signalled his support by naming Sibthorpe a royal chaplain ...
Roger Maynwaring - Consequences - Further Developments
... The King in short order pardoned Maynwaring, instructing Attorney General Robert Heath to draw up the papers within a month, and gave him a further living, Stanford Rivers ... Some years later, Maynwaring became Dean of Worcester, and then Bishop of St David's ... matter was not regarded as closed, and Maynwaring was attacked in the Short Parliament of 1640, where Robert Devereux, 3rd Earl of Essex once more raised his case ...