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Index: O

Pages 516-517

Calendar of State Papers Relating To English Affairs in the Vatican Archives, Volume 1, 1558-1571. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1916.

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Obert, Hoberte, concerned in the Ridolfi plot, 347.

O'Brien, Connor, Earl of Thomond, 481.

O'Cervellan (Icearballan), Odo, [Hugh] Bishop of Clogher, Ireland, 146.

O'Connor Sligo (Ocnoc Senez), Donald, 482.

O'Crean, Andrew, prior of Sligo (Slighiach), Ireland, 49.

Odescalco, Papal envoy to the Catholic King, 92.

Odo Icearballan. See O'Cervellan.

O'Donnell, Lord, 482.

O'Donnell, Hugh, 482, 483.

-, Charles, 483.

-, Conal, 482.

O'Frehir, Arthur, 49.

O'Gallagher, Redmund, Bishop of Killala, 481.

Ogle, Baron, favours Ridolfi plot, 400, 411.

Oglethorpe, Owen, Bishop of Carlisle, death of, in prison, 61.

O'Hart, Eugene, alias Owen, 50.

O'Huyghin, Bernard, Bishop of Elphin, Ireland, 49.

Oldenburg, Counts of, 43, 99.

Olfgang. See Zweibrcken, Duke of.

Olif, a priest, imprisoned for saying mass, 66.

Omale. See Aumale.

O'Moloney, Malachias, Canon of Kilmacduagh, Ireland, 49.

O'Neil, Shane, Prince of Ulster, 267, 482.

-, -, letter to, 168.

-, Turlogh Luincach, his successor, 482.

Orange, 286, 412.

-, William, Prince of, 275, 294, 295, 392.

-, -, marriage of, to Anna of Saxony, 44, 48.

-, -, rumoured pardon of, by Philip II, on conditions, 334.

-, -, sons of, 334.

-, -, corsairs of, harboured in England, 338.

Ordinaries, 89.

Orio, Il, letters from, 3, 4, 6.

Orkney, Bishop of, 373, 443.

-, see of, 33.

Orlans, 117, 127, 449.

-, disaffected, 83.

-, a stronghold of Huguenots, 97, 100.

-, siege of, 102, 123.

-, attempt to relieve, 106, 114.

-, Duke of, 156.

Ormanetto, Niccol, 130, 132.

Ortunno, Canon, 34.

Oserre. See Auxerre.

Osorio, Jerome de, letter from, 70.

Ossel. See Oysel.

Osterlings, 318, 411.

Otayg, Donat, Archbishop of Armagh, 50, 146. And see Mactaig.

Oure. See Dover.

Oxford, University of, loyalty of, to Catholic Church, 59, 66, 67, 68, 262.

-, Christ Church. See Tresham.

-, Colleges, Heads of:

Balliol. See Wright.

Corpus Christi. See Chedsey.

Lincoln. See Heronshaw.

Merton. See Rainolds.

St. John's. See Belsire.

Trinity. See Slythurst.

-, Earl of, 266.

-, -, favours Ridolfi plot, 400, 411.

Oysel, Ossel, Clutin d', French ambassador at Rome, 110, 157.