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1 The Archbishop of Canterbury, Cosmo Lang, said "In him something of the spirit of Nelson seemed to have come back".

2 Margaret was baptised in the private chapel of Buckingham Palace on 30 October 1930 by Cosmo Lang, the Archbishop of Canterbury.

3 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".

4 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.

5 Cosmo Lang, the outgoing Archbishop of Canterbury, spoke in the House of Lords, demanding the Five Points.

6 His predecessor as Lord Mallard was Cosmo Lang, who presided over the centenary ceremony in 1901.

7 Temple, by now Archbishop of York, commended Fisher to Cosmo Lang, the Archbishop of Canterbury.