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John Cleveland
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Born in Loughborough, Leicestershire
Born on 16th of June 1613
Died on 29th of March 1658

Born 1613. Died 1658 - English Cavalier poet.


Opposed election of Oliver Cromwell to the Long Parliament. Joined the Royalist army but had to surrender with his garrison. In 1656 published a volume of 36 poems which included satires and elegies to Charles I and Earl of Stafford.

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