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O'BKIEN, his trial and execution for the death of Sergeant Brett, i. 48, 49
O'Brien, Mr. J., i. 288 O'Brien, Mr. John P., his release
from prison, i. 162 O'Brien, Mr. Patrick, ii. 841 O'Brien, Mr. William, i. 191; appointed editor of 'United Ireland ' and the * Irishman, 800; his prosecution, ii. 2 and note; author of the Plan of Campaign, 170 foil.; 240, 248 ; decide* to abandon Parnell, 250; fails to come to an agreement with Parnell during the Boulogne negotiations, 810-820 ; arrent and imprisonment in Gal way Gaol, 826
Obstruction in Parliament, the policy of: proposed by Biggar and others, and supported by Parnell, i. 92-94; adopted vigorously by Parnell, 107, 108, 129; persistently carried out at the all-night sittings of July 3 and 15, 1877, 128, 129, 184-136 ; controversy on the Bubjoot between Butt and Pamdl, 158, 154 ; a select committee on the subject, of which Parnell in a member, 155; Parnell draftw a report of his own, 155; failure of the House of Commons to deal with the matter, 186; resolution passed on the subject, 209 not ; tactics of Irish members during the debate on the Coercion Bill (1881), 269, 277-284
0 Byrne, Mr., candidate for Wiek-low, i. 71 and note
O'Connell, his demand for Catholic Emancipation, i. 12 ; opposed by Isaac Butt in the debate on repeal in the Dublin Corporation, 60; the position taken up by him, 78,79note, 180; his centenary celebration in Dublin, 147, 148; 241 ; alliance with the Melbourne Ministry, ii. 882
O'Cemnor, Mr, James, i. 800
O'Connor, Mr. John,  i.  284 ;   ii,
87, an i
O'Connor, Mr. T, IV. plcptiui for Oalwuy rtttd thi Sfothittcitliviiiiott of Jjivir|.wol, ii, U!t ; his part in tht t'li'vlion of Cnpttuti O'Hhoa for Onlwiiy, iu4 hut tritntxnt'nt by tho rlwiuM, htiM'Jf!; 240, *243, *J4f> ; dwubu tu abandon
Oetolwr a mouth *f * influence ' in i'anwll'rt horoMttoptt, L 1HI7, 8W
O'Donnoll, the ttifit'ftt'tw of Cart>y, L ar4 -not?
O'Doiui^jl, Mr., i. I 'JIM, ia% 1S4
UM>nrmi4t  Mr.  Krunk   Hugh,   I,
thti'Timw,* ii, aol, '210 O'Donoghun, Tins i, HHII O'Ckinititiu Major, i. lllll O'HAKiun, Iioril, I. 14 O'KeUy, Mr. J. J., i !fir*,.l, 310;
il. Ittff, 387, aoo, i(H 0*Litry, Dan, L 1BH niitl not* O*Loftry Dr., I. 17H O'litmry, Mr. John, o* of thti town-
dtr of t\w * Iri'.h INniph*/ L 44 ;
his prcwwittlciii, trial urn! mnt*
CCM, 4/J, 41) O'Malumy, Mr. Jh, ttiki+H part m
forming thi* tVnian H4H'i*ty, 1, 44 O'Mahouj, ttv. John, L 315, 310,
*JIH Orangn 8ociHy. L 13 ; its Activity
aftar  thw   MonAghan   election
(IH88), !!. 31 Orangfm(n romit to thp M  of
Captain Ifciyoott, i. SttlH Olteflly, Father I'l^tw, i, 77 O'Kyan, Mr., eatuiiaiUH for Tip-
perary, U. K7 O'Bhea, Captain, *fl Ihf pntHmln*
ary ni*gotiattoiw fur Ihu traaty
of   KitmHinham,   i.   5H7-840*
844.84ft; ii.  i;u>;   t4wtdl for
Oalway on tlw nomiuation of , II. 1U3 13H (aw atio 103 Parttalit 103,
O'Bhea, Mn IL 13$, 143, IIUen IHH'J