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Peter Hausted (c. 1605 – 20 July 1644), Doctor of Divinity, was a "playwright, poet, preacher" in early 17th-century England. In his own time, he was notorious as a flamboyant preacher against Puritan and sectarian dissent in the Church of England, and was remembered for the riot that accompanied the 1632 debut of his play ''The Rival Friends''.〔Laurens Joseph Mills, ''Peter Hausted, Playwright, Poet, Preacher'', Bloomington, Indiana University Press, 1944.〕
Hausted was born at Oundle, in Northamptonshire. He earned an M.A. at Queens' College, Cambridge, and pursued a career in the Church of England. For a time he was the curate at Uppingham in Rutland.〔Theophilus Cibber, ''The Lives of the Poets of Great Britain and Ireland'', London, 1753; Bibliobazaar LLC, 2008; p. 307.〕 Hausted participated in college theatricals as an actor; he was in the cast of the 1631 Cambridge production of ''Fucus Histriomastix'', probably written by Queens' College's Robert Ward.
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