Odevany Cornelius 1533 1612 : A Catholicke conference betvveene Syr Tady Mac. Mareall a popish priest of VVaterforde, and Patricke Plaine a young student in Trinity Colledge by Dublin in Ireland : VVherein is deliuered the certayne maner of execution that was vsed vpon a popish bishop, and a popish priest, that for seueral matters of treason were executed at Dublin the first of February, now last past. 16ll. Strange to be related, credible to be beleeued, and pleasant to bee perused. By Barnabe Rych, Gent. seruant to the Kinges most excellent Maiestie.; Rich, Barnabe,
Odo Saint Abbot Of Cluny Approximately 879 942 : St. Odo of Cluny : being the Life of St. Odo of Cluny / by John of Salerno ; and the Life of St. Gerald of Aurillac / by St. Odo ; translated and edited by Gerard Sitwell.; Joannes,
Odonnell Cornelius : The recantation of Cornelius O'Donnell, prior of Trim : as it was by him solemnly deliver'd in the church of Trim (renouncing the errors of the Roman Church) upon Sunday Aug. 14, together with the motives inducing him thereunto.; O'Donnell, Cornelius.
Odonnell Hugh Balldearg 1704 : Great news from Lymerick. : An account of the late action of Capt. Cole, in the River Shannon. : Being [a] relation of his taking a French frigate; as also, of his barring up thirty sale more of French ships. : With an account of the famous Baldarick Lord O'Donnel's terms of submission to their Majesties, for himself, and followers. : To which is added, the late defeat of the rebels in the north, by Collonel Ramsey.
Odowde Thomas : Medicatrix, or, The woman-physician : vindicating Thomas O'Dowde, a chymical physician and royal licentiate, and chymistry, against the calumnies and abusive reflections of Henry Stubbe ... / by Mary Trye.; Trye, Mary.
Odowde Thomas Poor Mans Physician : Agyrto-mastix, or, Some brief animadversions upon two late treatises : one of Master George Thomsons, entituled Galeno-pale, the other of Master Thomas O'Dowdes, called The poor mans physitian : with a short appendix relating to the Company of Apothecaries / by William Johnson, chymist to the Kings Colledge of Physitians in London.; Johnson, William,