Titus Oates

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A. Dakers, 1949 - Popish Plot, 1678 - 394 pages
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Titus Oates’s Deathbed Declaration
Titus Oates, ‘the sham Salamanca Doctor’. Luttrell noted for 14 July ‘ ... died Dr Titus Oates famous for the discovery of ye Popish Plot in 78 for which ...
www.blackwell-synergy.com/ doi/ abs/ 10.1111/ j.1468-2281.1991.tb02276.x

Titus Oates – Wikipedia
Titus Oates wurde am 15. September 1649 in Oakham in einer Familie von baptistischen Geistlichen geboren. Er besuchte die Merchant Taylors' School in ...
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TITUS OATES
TITUS OATES. JANE LANE notesj 193:66, 127-127, © Oxford University Press, 2006.
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Jane Lane (author) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
... The Escape of the Princess (1962) (Clementina Sobieski). Non-fiction. King James the Last (1942); Titus Oates (1949); Puritan, Rake and Squire (1950) ...
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Popish Plot
The Popish Plot of Titus Oates. ... Titus Oates in the pillory, 1685 ("Testis Ovat" an anagram of his Titus Oates outlived almost everyone of note connected ...
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Steel-White Logic: Dryden in His Time and Ours
Information on Oates’s hygiene occurs in Jane Lane, Titus Oates (London, 1949). rj Stove lives in Melbourne, and is a Contributing Editor of The American ...
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Prayaga :: Small Streams Merging Into The Large River of Cultures.
People were named that were innocent but arrested because of this fictitious plot made by Titus Oates in 1678. The plot was further believed because Judge ...
www.prayagaworld.com/ europeanexperience.htm

JSTOR: The Platonic Choice of Lives
28 as figrgusol~ before the eyes what a hearer like Glaucon felt when he said, "What strange prisoners," is to quote Titus Oates, who had worn chains: "By ...
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