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O'Connor, Roger, 1762-1834.
View of the system of Anglo-Irish jurisprudence : and of the effects of trial by jury, when individuals consider themselves belonging to a faction, rather than to the community / by Roger O'Connor, who appeals to the people on whom he calls to return their verdict according to evidence.
The trial of Lieutenant O'Halloran for defamation of the character of Lieutenant-Colonel Samuel Howe Showers.
Onderdonk, Benjamin T. (Benjamin Tredwell), 1791-1861, respondent.
The proceedings of the court convened under the third canon of 1844, in the city of New York ... December 10, 1844 : for the trial of the Right Rev. Benjamin T. Onderdonk, D. D., bishop of New York; on a presentment made by the bishops of Virginia, Tennessee, and Georgia ....
Opdyke, George, 1805-1880, plaintiff.
The great libel case: Geo. Opdyke agt. Thurlow Weed : a full report of the speeches of counsel, testimony, etc., etc.
Ordronaux, John, 1830-1908.
In re William Winter. (The value of expert testimony) / by John Ordronaux.
In equity. Opinion, decree, & injunction, in the case of Marcus Ormsbee vs. John Wood / Marcus Ormsbee.
Trial of Edward Oxford, at the Central Criminal Court, July 9-10, 1840. For shooting at the Queen, in St. James's Park on the 10th of June, 1840 / Edward Oxford.