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CHAPTER VIII
PURITANS AND CAVALIERS II

but the poem which has been the most general favourite is :

They all are gone into the world of light !
And I alone sit ling'ring here !
Their very memory is fair and bright,
And my sad thoughts doth clear.

Writers of Religious Prose. These three men, Herbert, Crashaw, and Vaughan, the Church of England clergyman, the Roman Catholic priest, and the Welsh physician, produced the best religious poetry of England during the Commonwealth and the troublous times preceding the same period. There were also three prominent writers of religious prose, Thomas Fuller, Jeremy Taylor, and Richard Baxter.
Thomas Fuller, 1608-1661. Fuller was a clergyman of the Church of England. He was so eloquent that his sermons were said to have been preached to two audiences, those within the room and those who filled the windows and the doors. "Not only full but Fuller," the jesters used to say. Fuller published in 1642 his Holy State and Profane State, which was sparkling with bits of wisdom." She commandeth her husband by constantly obeying him," is one of his epigrams. His sermons were always interesting, for he was not only earnest and able, but he was quaintness itself. His subjects are a study. One series of sermons was on " Joseph's Party-coloured Coat." One was on "An ill match wel broken off"; and had for its text, "Love not the world."
Fuller's best known book is not religious but historical, and is the outgrowth of his experience as an army chaplain; for while he was with the king's soldiers, he spent his spare time collecting bits of local information about prominent persons. He wandered about

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