Testis Ovat Titus Oates in the pillory th century c Testis Ovat is an anagram of Oates name An Anglican priest he made up the story of the Popish Plot of which was a plot against the government He was condemned by Judge Jeffreys to imprisonment for life In addition it was ordered that he would stand annually in the pillory at particular spots and every May to be flogged from Aldgate to Newgate Under William III he was released and pensioned Illustration from Parliament Past and Present by Arnold Wright and Philip Smith London c
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