Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Lawrence Booth (ca. 1420-1480) was Prince-Bishop of Durham and Lord Chancellor of England, before becoming Archbishop of York. A scion of the ancient Cheshire family of Booth which remained seated at Dunham Massey until the middle of the eighteenth century, Lawrence Booth started out reading both civil and canon law at Pembroke Hall, Cambridge, becoming a Licentiate. He was elected Master of his college in 1450, a post he held until his death, and later was also appointed Chancellor of the University of Cambridge. Whilst at Cambridge, he started a movement for both a School for the Arts and a School of Civil Law, and is believed to have produced his first miracle.
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