The Archbishop of Canterbury, Cosmo Lang, said "In him something of the spirit of Nelson seemed to have come back".
Margaret was baptised in the private chapel of Buckingham Palace on 30 October 1930 by Cosmo Lang, the Archbishop of Canterbury.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Cosmo Lang, held that the King, as the head of the Church of England, should not marry a divorcée. The Times argued that the monarchy's prestige would be destroyed if "private inclination were to come into open conflict with public duty and be allowed to prevail".
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Cosmo Lang, held that the King, as the head of the Church of England, could not marry a divorcée. If Edward married Wallis Simpson, a divorcee who would soon have two living ex-husbands, in a civil ceremony, it would directly conflict with Church teaching and his role as the Church's ex officio head.
Cosmo Lang, the outgoing Archbishop of Canterbury, spoke in the House of Lords, demanding the Five Points.
His predecessor as Lord Mallard was Cosmo Lang, who presided over the centenary ceremony in 1901.
Temple, by now Archbishop of York, commended Fisher to Cosmo Lang, the Archbishop of Canterbury.