The doors of the screen belong to the Laudian revival, and bear the arms of Charles the First.
The pulpits of the Laudian clergy resounded with the cry of "passive obedience."
Much less can that tradition be confused with the doctrine of the Laudian or of the Tractarian School.
These Edwardine statutes, as they were called, remained nominally in force till the Laudian statutes replaced them.
The church was weak, for the Laudian system was disliked by the nation.
Scarcely any one wished to see the Laudian ceremonies upheld.
Under the Laudian statutes the very examiners became corrupt.