Obrien Terence Albert 1601 1651 : The humble petition of James Hind (close prisoner in New-gate) : to the right honourable the Councell of State; and their proceedings thereupon. Together with the speech and confession of the Bishop of Clonwel at the place of execution at Limmerick in Ireland, on the 9 of this instant November, 1651. As also, his prayer immediately before he was turned off the ladder; and his declaration to the people, concerning the King of Scots; and the grounds of his engagement against the Parliament. Likewise, the manner of the deportment of General Oneal, and 29 colonels and other officers, who were all hanged at the same time.; Hind, James,
Obrien Tim : In the shoes of a soldier : communication in Tim O'Brien's Vietnam narratives.; Tegmark, Mats.
Obryan Charles 1688 : An account of the manner of the behaviour of the prisoners who received sentence of death, on Saturday the first of September, 1688 : at the Sessions-House in the Old-Bailey. Of which Charles O Bryan and Daniel Carey were executed at Tybun on Friday the 7th of September, 1688. With a relation of their several facts for which they were condemned, and what happened at the place of execution.
Obscenity : A matter of obscenity : the politics of censorship in modern England / Christopher Hilliard.; Hilliard, Christopher,
Observations Upon A Compleat History Of The Lives And Reignes Of Mary Queen : An answer to a scurrilous pamphlet intituled, Observations upon a compleat history of the lives and reignes of Mary, Queen of Scotland, and of her son, King James ... : the libeller, without a name, set out by G. Bedell and T. Collins, two booksellers / but the history vindicated by the authour William Sanderson, Esq.; Sanderson, William,
Observations Upon The Strange And Wonderful Prophecies Of Mr John Gadbury N : Antikairos· or, An ansvver to that late bundle of malice, stuft with envy, error, and ignorance: and sent into the world with the title of Observations upon the strange and wonderful prophecies of Mr. John Gadbury: being writ by an impudent pamphletier for the gain of a crown to buy him bread, &c. With a true and impartial account of Mr. John Gadbury's conversation.
Observator In Dialogue : A postscript to the Observators first volume, or, The answer of Miles Prance to several of those papers wherein he finds himself most traduced and slandered : with some notes to be added to Observator Numb. 8 of the 2d volumn [sic].; Prance, Miles,
Observator London England 1682 : A curb for Pegasus, or, Observations on The observator. : Number 10. Dated Munday July 6th. 1696. : In relation to the people called Quakers.