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|Statement||by Malcolm V. Hay.|
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On the scaffold they were offered the King’s pardon on condition they admit their guilt, but all refused. Other Jesuit martyrs of the Plot included David Lewis and John Evans (both captured and killed in Wales), William Barlow, Philip Evans, and Richard Gerard. Popish Plot, (), in English history, a totally fictitious but widely believed plot in which it was alleged that Jesuits were planning the assassination of King Charles II in order to bring his Roman Catholic brother, the Duke of York (afterward King James II), to the throne. The allegations. Buy Jesuits and the Popish Plot by Malcolm Vivian Hay (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The Jesuits in Britain website gives some background to the Popish Plot, specifically how intra-Catholic conflict contributed to the anti-Jesuit, anti-Catholic conspiracy dreamed up by Titus Oates: There were two separate forces behind the Popish Plot (known to some Catholics as the Presbyterian Plot). One was political.
The summer of in England was a tense and dangerous one for Catholics; nevertheless, they survived and were even strengthened by what John Kenyon calls "the great holocaust of the [Popish] plot". At the beginning his book, which I think is still the standard text for comprehending the social, religious, and legal aspects of the Popish Plot. This weekend is the anniversary of the death in of the chief inventor of a conspiracy theory which accused Catholics, and Jesuits in particular, of planning the assassination of King Charles II. Daniel Kearney introduces Titus Oates, a man of mischief whose Popish Plot . This book, published by Hindmarsh in London, includes four works by Oldham, each with separate titles. These works were printed and published as one (in ), rather than separately published then rebound. John Oldham Satire Against Jesuits Popish Plot Poetry English Poems Juvenal. In , against a backdrop of paranoiac fear of Catholicism, Titus Oates and his followers succeeded in convincing both Parliament and the public of a Jesuit and Catholic conspiracy to assassinate Charles II and overthrow the Protestant establishment. As a result, hundreds of Catholics suffered imprisonment and 24 were executed. Here is the background of that plot, its development, and its.