English statesman, exiled after the
Royalist defeat in the Civil War. He became a member of
Charles II's cabal after the Restoration, and was instrumental
in Clarendon's downfall (1667), but lost power and was dismissed
1672 The Rehearsal, act 3, sc.1.
The world is made up for the most part of fools and knaves.
world, most, fools, knaves
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