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Oakes [See redirect]

Oaks v. Dawson [1 reference]

Oath [3 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Oaths [3 subentries]

Obeirne, Thomas Lewis [1 subentry]

Ober, Capt. Israel (of the Arnold Packet) [1 reference]

Obertus (consul of Milan) [1 reference]

Oblet, Mr. (Utrecht innkeeper) [1 reference]

Oblong, The (area in Conn. on N.Y. border) [1 reference]

Obrian, Reuan, et al. v. Knivan [1 reference]

O'Brien, Capt. Jeremiah (of the Machias Liberty and the Hannibal) [6 references + 1 subentry]

O'Brien, Louis (or Lewis) [2 references]

O’Brien, Michael Morgan [1 reference]

O'Bryen, Capt. Richard [1 reference]

Ocean City, Md. [1 reference]

Ocracoke Inlet, N.C. [3 references]

Ocracoke Island, N.C. [1 reference]

Octavius, Gaius (later Caesar Augustus) [1 reference]

“Ode to Health,” in JA’s Literary Commonplace Book [1 reference]

Odea, Mr. (Lorient merchant) [2 references]

Odell (Odle), Mr. (of New Haven, Conn.) [1 reference]

Odessa, Russia [1 reference]

Odin, Timothy, witness, No. 6 [2 references]

Odiorne, Dorothy (Dolly) Tufts (wife of George) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Odiorne, George (of Exeter, N.H.) [3 references]

Odiorne, Samuel (of the Ranger) [1 reference]

Odysseus [1 reference]

Oevennius [See redirect]

Office Book [See redirect]

Office records, JA's described [2 references]

Officers de facto, acts of, No. 45 [3 references + 2 “see also” entries]

Ogden, Col. [1 reference]

Ogden, James (British agent) [2 references]

Ogden, Miss (of N.Y.) [2 references]

Ogden, Mr. [1 reference]

Ogden, Robert [2 subentries]

Ogden, Titus (of N.C.) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Ogilby, John, America [2 references]

Ogilvie, Charles [6 references]

Oglethorpe, James [2 references]

O'Gormon, Chevalier (of Paris) [1 reference]

O'Hara, Capt. Barbason (Brabazon; 14th Regiment), in Boston Massacre Trials [5 references]

O'Heir (O'Hara?), Patricio (mayor of La Coruña, Spain) [6 references]

Ohio (Valley) [2 references]

Ohio Company [1 reference]

Ohio River [7 references]

Ohio country [3 subentries]

Oil mills [2 references]

Oiseau, L' (French frigate) [4 references]

O'Keeffe, John (O'Keefe) [3 subentries]

O'Kelly, David, witness, No. 43 [4 references]

Okely, John [1 reference]

Oknookortunkogog (Indian king) [1 reference]

Olavide y Jáuregui, Pablo Antonio José de (Comte de Pilo) [1 reference]

Old Colony Trust Company [1 reference]

Old Horse v. Samuel Spear [1 reference]

Old House (JA’s home at Quincy; Peacefield, now Adams National Historic Park) [10 references + 11 subentries + 7 “see also” entries]

“Old Lights” [1 reference]

Old Maid, The [See redirect]

Old South Church [See redirect]

Old Tom (of Weymouth, Mass.) [1 reference]

Oldenbarneveld, H. J. (Rotterdam merchant) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Oldenbarnevelt, Johan van (Dutch statesman) [8 references]

Oldham, John [2 subentries]

Oldmixon, John, British Empire in America [3 references]

Oléron, Ile de [4 references]

Oleron, Law of [1 reference]

Olimpe (French transport) [1 reference]

Olinda (or Orlinda) [See redirect]

Oliva, Fernan Perez de, Comedia de Amphitrion [2 references]

Olive Branch (schooner) [1 reference]

Olive Branch Petition (1775) [4 references + 3 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Oliver Cromwell (Conn. privateer) [2 references]

Oliver Cromwell (Phila. privateer) [1 reference]

Oliver family [2 subentries]

Oliver, Andrew (editor, The Adams Papers Portraits) [1 reference]

Oliver, Andrew (1706-1774, province secretary, lt. governor) [7 references + 16 subentries]

Oliver, Andrew, Jr. (1731-1799) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Oliver, Anthony, witness, No. 5 [1 reference]

Oliver, Benjamin Lynde, Forms of Practice [1 reference]

Oliver, Rev. Daniel (of Beverly, Mass.) [1 reference]

Oliver, Daniel, lawyer (1743-1826) [2 references + 1 subentry]

Oliver, Daniel, son of Peter (d. 1768) [2 references]

Oliver, John (accused sheep-stealer) [1 reference]

Oliver, Mr., plans improvement of husbandry in Mass. [1 reference]

Oliver, Nathanael [1 reference]

Oliver, Peter (chief justice of Mass. Province) [3 references + 37 subentries]

Oliver, Richard (London alderman) [1 reference]

Oliver, Thomas (royal lt. gov. of Mass.) [4 references + 4 subentries]

Olivet, Pierre Joseph Thoulier, Abbé d' [2 subentries]

Olmius, Drigue Billers [See redirect]

Olney, Capt. Joseph (of the Cabot and the Queen of France) [3 references]

Ommel, Netherlands [1 reference]

Omnium, London Stock Exchange [2 references]

Omoa, Honduras (fort) [8 references]

Omphale [3 references]

Onandago, N.Y. [1 reference]

One (newspaper pseudonym) [1 reference]

“One Fond Kiss before We Part” (popular song) [1 reference]

“One of the Many” [See redirect]

“One of the Minority” [See redirect]

“One of the People” [See redirect]

Oneida Indians [3 references]

Onslow, George, 4th Baron (member of Parliament) [3 references]

Ontario, Lake [1 reference]

Oorthuys, Capt. Gerardus [1 reference]

Oostende, Belgium [1 reference + 1 “see also” entry]

Oosterdijk, Dr. Nicolaas George (JA’s physician in Netherlands) [8 references]

Oostergo (quarter of Friesland, Netherlands) [2 references]

Oostrust (Dutch merchant ship) [1 reference]

Opdorp, Van (tavernkeeper of Gorinchem, Netherlands) [1 reference]

Opera [2 See redirects]

Opinions, judicial [See redirect]

Oporto, Portugal [3 references]

Oran, Algeria [1 reference]

Orange County, N.Y. [5 references]

Orange, House of [5 references + 3 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Orange-Nassau, House of, pro-British policy of [1 reference]

Orangeburg, S.C., held by Continentals and British [2 references]

Oranges [1 reference]

Oranienbaum (Russian palace) [1 reference]

Oranienbaum, Russia [1 reference]

“Orator” [See redirect]

Oratory [1 subentry]

Orbigo River, Spain [2 references]

Orcutt, David [1 reference]

Orcutt, Mr. (of Weymouth, Mass.) [1 reference]

Orczy, Baroness Emmuska [1 reference]

Orduña, Spain [5 references]

O'Reilly, Michael Meagher [2 references]

Oreithyia [1 reference]

Oresund Strait [3 references]

Original Sin [1 reference]

Oriskany, Battle of [5 references]

Orleans (French frigate?) [1 reference]

Orleans County, Vt. [1 reference]

Orléans, France [6 references]

Orléans, Ile d', Quebec [1 reference]

Orléans, Louis Philippe Joseph, Duc d’ (known as Phillippe Egalité) [6 references + 1 subentry + 1 “see also” entry]

Orlinda (or Olinda) [See redirect]

Ormes, Les, France, description of [2 references]

Orne, Col. Azor [6 references + 5 subentries]

Orne, Mrs. (wife of Col. Azor) [1 reference]

Orne, Azor, Jr. [2 references]

Orpheus (Greek hero) [2 references]

Orr, Mr. (Mass. gunmaker) [2 references]

Orrery, Earl of [See redirect]

Orrery, Rittenhouse's (at Princeton College) [2 references]

Orvilliers, Louis Guillouet, Comte d' [14 subentries]

Osborn, William (keeper of the Adelphi Hotel, London) [2 references]

Osborne, Francis Godolphin, Marquis of Carmarthen, later 5th Duke of Leeds (Brit. politician) [4 references + 14 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Osborne, Thomas, 4th Duke of Leeds [1 reference]

Osgood, Abiah (niece of Isaac, Sr.) [1 reference]

Osgood, Rev. David (of Medford) [1 subentry]

Osgood, Hannah Breed (wife of David) [1 reference]

Osgood, Dr. Isaac, Jr. (1754-1799) [2 references]

Osgood, Isaac, Sr. (1724-1791) [5 subentries]

Osgood, Mrs. (wife of Isaac, Sr.) [1 reference]

Osgood, Dr. Joseph, Sr. [2 references]

Osgood, Samuel (Mass. delegate to Continental Congress) [7 references + 13 subentries]

Osgood, Timothy (son of Isaac, Sr.) [6 references]

Osgood, William (son of Isaac, Sr.) [10 references]

Ossat, Arnaud, Cardinal d' [3 references + 1 subentry]

Ossian [See redirect]

Ossipee, Maine [1 reference]

Ostend, Belgium [15 references + 10 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Oster, Martin (French vice consul at Phila.) [1 reference]

Osterdyck [See redirect]

Osterley Park (Brit. estate) [4 references]

Osterman, Heinrich Johann, Count [2 references]

Osterman (Ostermann), Ivan Andreievitch, Count (vice chancellor of Russia) [7 references]

Oswald, Richard (Brit. peace negotiator) [6 references + 29 subentries]

Oswegatchie, N.Y. [See redirect]

Oswego River [1 reference]

Oswego, N.Y. [See redirect]

Otaheite [See redirect]

Othello [2 references]

Othon, Henri Nicolas, Prince of Nassau-Siegen [2 references]

Otis v. Robinson [7 references]

Otis, Amos, witness, No. 43 [4 references]

Otis, Cushing (H.C. 1789) [2 references]

Otis, Elizabeth (Betsy, daughter of Samuel Alleyne) [5 references]

Otis, Elizabeth Gray (1st wife of Samuel Allyne), death [1 reference]

Otis, Hannah (sister of Mercy Otis Warren) [6 references]

Otis, Harriet [1 reference]

Otis, Harrison Gray (1765-1848, son of Samuel Allyne) [8 references + 9 subentries]

Otis, James [1 reference]

Otis, Col. James (1702-1778) [4 references + 18 subentries]

Otis, James, III [1 reference]

Otis, James, Jr. (Mass. lawyer, pamphleteer) [14 references + 71 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Otis, Col. Joseph [10 references]

Otis, Joseph (jailkeeper) [1 reference]

Otis, Mary (Polly, daughter of James, Jr., later wife of Benjamin Lincoln, Jr., and by her 2d marriage, wife of Henry Ware) [7 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Otis, Mary Allyne (wife of James, Sr.) [1 reference + 1 subentry]

Otis, Mary Smith Gray (1757-1839, wife of Samuel Allyne, cousin of AA; by 1st marriage, wife of Edward Gray) [3 references + 11 subentries + 1 “see also” entry]

Otis, Mercy [See redirect]

Otis, Mrs. (rents house on Dorset Alley) [2 references]

Otis, Ruth Cunningham (wife of James, Jr.) [5 references]

Otis, Samuel Allyne (1740-1814, 2d husband of AA’s cousin Mary Smith) [3 references + 11 subentries]

Otter, ship [1 reference]

Otto v. Selwin [1 reference]

Otto, B. (Prussian officer) [1 subentry]

Otto, Louis Guillaume (French chargé d'affaires in U.S.) [3 references]

Ottoman Empire [18 references + 1 “see also” entry]

Otway, Thomas [2 references + 3 subentries]

Oudermeulen, Cornelius van der [1 reference]

Ouessant, Ile d' (Ushant), France [2 references]

Ouradou, Comte de [See redirect]

Ourey, Capt. of the Somerset [1 reference]

Out-of-Door Parliament [2 references]

Ovens (Oevenius), Jürgen (or Juriaan) (Dutch artist) [1 reference]

Overflakkee Island, Netherlands [1 reference]

Overijssel (province of the Netherlands) [16 references + 6 subentries]

Overing, John [1 reference]

Ovid (Publius Ovidius Naso) [2 references + 11 subentries]

Owen, Benjamin (of Braintree) [4 references]

Owen, Hannah Adams (wife of Benjamin, JA’s aunt) [2 references]

Owen, Sarah (of Braintree?) [1 reference]

Owens, Mr. (tavernkeeper of Simsbury, Conn.) [1 reference]

Owens Bay, Jersey, Channel Islands [1 reference]

Oxen [1 reference]

Oxenstiern, Count Axel (Swedish diplomat and chancellor) [1 reference]

Oxford Magazine [1 reference]

Oxford Township, N.J. [1 reference]

Oxford University [2 references]

Oxford, England [5 references]

Oxford, Mass. [3 references]

Oxford, N.J. [2 references]

Oxfordshire, England [1 reference]

Oyer, prayer of [2 subentries]

“Oysterman” in No. 64 [3 references]