Colman received his Doctor of Divinity from Oxford University. He was at the Franciscan monastery in Norwich. Among other works, he wrote Sermons, Sacred Lessons, and A Book of Sundry Poems. He was known for his "eloquence, erudition, wit, and judgment".
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