1593 – He was born on the 3rd day of April this year in Montgomery, Wales. He studied and graduated both in graduating from Westminster School and in Trinity College, Cambridge.
1618 - He was appointed Reader in Rhetoric at Cambridge.
1620 - He was elected to the post of "public orator", whose duties would be served by poetic skill. He held this position until 1628.
1624 - He became a Member of Parliament, representing Montgomeryshire. While these positions were suited to a career at court, and James I had shown him favor, circumstances worked against him, the King died in 1625.
1633 – He died on the 1st day of March this year in Bemerton, Wiltshire, England.
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- "Sometimes the best gain is to lose."
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