Oates, Titus (16501705)

Oates, Titus, fabricator of a Popish plot for the overthrow of the Protestant faith in England, the allegation of which brought to the block several innocent men; rewarded at first with a pension and safe lodgment in Westminster Hall, was afterwards convicted of perjury, flogged, and imprisoned for Life, but at the revolution was set at liberty and granted a pension of £300 (16501705).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Nyassaland
Nyâya
Nymphs
Nynee Tal
Nyx
Oakham
Oakland
Oaks, The
Oakum
Oases
Oates, Titus
Obadiah
Oban
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Obelisk
Ober-Ammergau
Oberlin, Jean Friedrich
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