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“O Solitude! if I must with thee dwell”, The Examiner (5 May 1816) [Keats]
“The O'Briens and the O'Flahertys”, Literary Gazette (3 November 1827) [Jerdan]
The O'Briens and the O'Flahertys; a National Tale (1827) [Morgan]
“O'Connor's Child”, Gertrude of Wyoming; and other Poems (1810) [Campbell]
O'Donnel, a National Tale (1814) [Morgan]
O'Neill, or the Rebel (1828) [Lytton]
O'er the vine-cover'd hills. Sung at the Crown and Anchor, Nov. 5, 1796 (1796) [Roscoe]
“O'Meara—Voice from St. Helena, &c.”, Quarterly Review (October 1822) [Croker]
Oberon, a Poem, from the German of Wieland (1798) [Sotheby]
Oberon (1780) [Wieland]
“[Obituary for Thomas, Caroline, and Robert Lloyd]”, Gentleman's Magazine (November 1811) [Lamb]
Observations on Penitentiary Discipline, addressed to William Roscoe, esq. of Liverpool, England (1827) [Allen]
Observations upon a Treatise, entitled A Description of the Plain of Troy, by Monsieur le Chevalier (1795) [Bryant]
Observations on the Nature and Tendency of the Doctrine of Mr. Hume, concerning the Relation of Cause and Effect (1806) [Browne]
Observations on Popular Antiquities: chiefly illustrating the Origin of our Vulgar Customs, Ceremonies, and Superstitions (1813) [Brand]
Observations on the Present State of the Highlands of Scotland: with a View of the Causes and Probable Consequences of Emigration (1805) [Douglas]
Observations on the Present State of the Portuguese Army as organised by Lt.-General Sir William Carr Beresford (1811) [Halliday]
Observations on Man, his Frame, his Duty, and his Expectations: in Two Parts (1749) [Hartley]
Observations on the Plans and Elevations designed by James Wyatt, Architect, for Downing College, Cambridge: in a Letter to Francis Annesley (1804) [Hope]
Observations on Mr. Thelwall's Letter to the Editor of the Edinburgh Review (1804) [Jeffrey]
Observations upon the Liturgy. With a Proposal for its reform (1789) [Knox]
Observations on the Conversion and Apostleship of St. Paul: in a Letter to Gilbert West, Esq. (1747) [Lyttelton]
Observations on the Geology of the United States of America with some Remarks on the Effect produced on the Nature and Fertility of Soils (1817) [Maclure]
Observations on the Effects of the Corn Laws and of a Rise or Fall in the Price of Corn on the Agriculture and general Wealth of the Country (1815) [Malthus]
Observations on the Present Relative Situation of Great Britain and France: November the 16th, 1802 (1802) [Roscoe]
Observations on Penal Jurisprudence and the Reformation of Criminals: with an Appendix, containing the latest Reports of the State-prisons or Penitentiaries of Philadelphia, New-York, and Massachusetts, and other Documents (1819) [Roscoe]
Observations on Penal Jurisprudence, and the Reformation of Criminals: Part III, containing further Remarks on the opinions of the Edinburgh Reviewers, on the Society for Prison Discipline, on the General Penitentiary at Milbank, and on the State Prisons in America: being an Attempt to demonstrate the Necessity of adopting an Improved System of Criminal Jurisprudence (1825) [Roscoe]
Observations, Anecdotes, and Characters, of Books and Men (1820) [Spence]
Observations on the Faerie Queene of Spenser (1754) [Warton]
“Observations on Coleridge”, Blackwood's Magazine (October 1817) [Wilson]
Observations Concerning the Distinction of Ranks in Society (1771) [Millar]
“Observations on Mr. Wordsworth's Letter relative to a new Edition of Burns' Works”, Blackwood's Magazine (June 1817) [Wilson]
“Observations on the Lake School of Poetry”, Blackwood's Magazine (July 1818) [Wilson]
Observations upon ‘Observations.’ A Second Letter to John Murray, Esq. on the Rev. W. L. Bowles's Strictures on the Life and Writings of Pope. (1835) [Byron]
The Observer: being a Collection of Moral, Literary and Familiar Essays (1786-1790) [Cumberland]
Occasional Tracts relative to the War between Great Britain and France: written and published at different periods, from the year 1793, including Brief Observations on the Address to His Majesty, proposed by Earl Grey, in the House of Lords, June 13, 1810 (1810) [Roscoe]
Odd enough, to be sure, or, Emilius in the World: a Novel (1802) [Lafontaine]
An Odd Volume extracted from an Autobiography (1859) [Morgan]
“Ode to Time”, Poetic Vigils (1824) [Barton]
“Ode ”, Memorials of Miss Catherine Maria Fanshawe (1865) [Berry]
“Ode for the Farewell Meeting in Honour of Kemble”, Literary Gazette (4 July 1817) [Campbell]
“An Ode on the Popular Superstitions of the Highlands of Scotland, considered as the Subject of Poetry”, Transactions of the Royal Society of Edinburgh (1788) [Collins]
“Ode on the Poetical Character”, Odes on Several Descriptive and Allegorical Subjects (1747) [Collins]
“Ode to Fear”, Odes on Several Descriptive and Allegorical Subjects (1747) [Collins]
“Ode to Melancholy”, The Plea of the Midsummer Fairies, Hero and Leander, Lycus the Centaur, and other Poems (1827) [Hood]
Ode ad Gustavum regem. Ode ad Gustavum exulem (1810) [Landor]
“Ode on the Death of a Young Lady”, Poems: by the Rev. Mr. Logan, one of the Ministers of Leith (1781) [Logan]
An Ode to Superstition, with some other Poems (1786) [Rogers]
Ode, on the Institution of a Society in Liverpool, for the encouragement of Designing, Drawing, Painting, &c. (1774) [Roscoe]
Ode to the People of France; imitated from a Canzone of Petrarch: with the Italian Original (1789) [Roscoe]
Ode: performed in the Senate-House at Cambridge, June 29, 1811, at the Installation of His Royal Highness William Frederick Duke of Gloucester and Edinburgh, Chancellor of the University (1811) [Smyth]
“Ode for St. George's Day”, A Vision of Judgement (1821) [Southey]
“Ode on a Gridiron”, The Life and Correspondence of Robert Southey (1849-1850) [Southey]
“Ode written in January 1814”, The Courier (January 1814) [Southey]
“Ode on the Portrait of Bishop Heber”, The Life of Reginald Heber, D.D., Lord Bishop of Calcutta. With selections from his Correspondence, Unpublished Poems, and Private Papers, together with a Journal of his Tour in Norway, Sweden, Russia, Hungary, and Germany, and a History of the Cossaks (1830) [Southey]
“Ode: Intimations of Immortality”, Poems in Two Volumes (1807) [Wordsworth]
“Ode to Duty”, Poems in Two Volumes (1807) [Wordsworth]
Ode for Musick (1713) [Pope]
Ode on the Departing Year (1796) [Coleridge]
An Ode on a Distant Prospect of Eton College (1747) [Gray]
“Ode on a Grecian Urn”, Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes and other Poems (1820) [Keats]
“Ode on Solitude”, The Works of Mr. Alexander Pope (1717) [Pope]
“An Ode on Athelstan's Victory”, Specimens of the early English Poets: to which is prefixed an Historical Sketch of the Rise and Progress of the English Poetry and Language (1801) [Frere]
“Ode to the Memory of Burns, spoken at the Commemoration of Robert Burns, on Saturday, by Mr. Conway”, The Sun (27 May 1816) [Campbell]
“Ode to Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, on the 24th Stanza in her Passage over Mount Gothard”, Morning Post (24 December 1799) [Coleridge]
“Ode to Content”, Morning Chronicle (December 1800) [Campbell]
“Ode to Indifference”, The Poetical Calendar (1763) [Greville]
“Ode to Liberty”, Prometheus unbound a Lyric Drama in four Acts with other Poems (1820) [Shelley]
“Ode to Naples”, Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824) [Shelley]
Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte (1814) [Byron]
“Ode to a Psyche”, Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes and other Poems (1820) [Keats]
“Ode to W. Kitchener, MD—Author of the Cook's Oracle”, Odes and Addresses to Great People (1825) [Hood]
“Ode to a Nightingale”, Lamia, Isabella, The Eve of St. Agnes and other Poems (1820) [Keats]
“Ode to a Sky-lark”, Prometheus unbound a Lyric Drama in four Acts with other Poems (1820) [Shelley]
“Ode to the West Wind”, Prometheus unbound a Lyric Drama in four Acts with other Poems (1820) [Shelley]
Odes and Addresses to Great People (1825) [Hood]
Odes (23 BC c.) [Horace]
Odes of Anacreon: translated into English Verse, with Notes (1800) [Moore]
Odes to His Royal Highness the Prince Regent, His Imperial Majesty the Emperor of Russia, and His Majesty the King of Prussia (1814) [Southey]
Odin: a Poem in Eight Books and Two Parts. Part the first (1817) [Drummond]
The Odyssey (800 BC c.) [Homer]
The Odyssey of Homer. Translated from the Greek (1715-1726) [Pope]
The Odyssey of Homer (1834) [Sotheby]
The Oeconomy of Love: a Poetical Essay (1736) [Armstrong]
The Oeconomy of Human Life. Translated from an Indian Manuscript, written by an ancient Bramin (1751) [Dodsley]
Oedipe, tragédie (1719) [Voltaire]
The Oedipus Judaicus (1811) [Drummond]
Oedipus Tyrannus; or, Swellfoot the Tyrant. A tragedy. In Two Acts. Translated from the original Doric (1820) [Shelley]
Oedipus at Colonus (406 BC c.) [Sophocles]
Oedipus Tyrannus (430 BC c.) [Sophocles]
“Œnone”, Poems (1833) [Tennyson]
Oeuvres de don Barthélemi de las Casas, évéque de Chiapa, défenseur de la liberté des naturels de l'Amérique (1822) [Las Casas]
“Pauline”, Œvres inédites de Mme la baronne de Staël, publiées par son fils (1821) [Stael]
Of the Proficience and Advancement of Learning, divine and humane (1605) [Bacon]
Of Age To-morrow: a Musical Entertainment, in Two Acts (1805) [Dibdin]
Of the Importance of Religious Opinions. Translated from the French (1788) [Necker]
Of Education. To Master Samuel Hartlib ([1644]) [Milton]
Of London (1790) [Penn]
“Of Persons one would wish to have seen”, New Monthly Magazine (January 1826) [Hazlitt]
Of Population; an Enquiry concerning the Power of Increase in the Numbers of Mankind, being an Answer to Mr. Malthus's Essay on that Subject (1820) [Godwin]
“Of the Conduct of the Understanding”, Posthumous Works (1706) [Locke]
Of the Characters of Women: an Epistle to a Lady (1735) [Pope]
De officiis (44 BC) [Cicero]
The Ogilvies. A Novel (1849) [Craik]
The Merry Men, and other Tales and Fables (1887) [Stevenson]
An Old Man's Diary, forty years ago (1871-1872) [Collier]
Old Acquaintance. Barry Cornwall and some of his Friends (1876) [Fields]
Old England: a Pictorial Museum of Regal, Ecclesiastical, Baronial, Municipal, and Popular Antiquities (1845) [Knight]
The Old Printer and the Modern Press (1854) [Knight]
“The Old Batchelor. After the Manner of Spenser”, Town and Country Magazine (March 1771) [Mackenzie]
The Excellent Comedy called, The Old Law, or, A New Way to Please You (1656) [Massinger]
The Old English Baron: a Gothic Story (1778) [Reeve]
Old Kensington (1873) [Ritchie]
The Old Manor House. A Novel (1793) [Smith]
“The Old Mansion-House”, Poems: by Robert Southey. The Second Volume (1799) [Southey]
“The Old Cumberland Beggar; a Description”, Lyrical Ballads with a few other Poems (1800) [Wordsworth]
“The Old Benchers of the Inner Temple”, London Magazine (September 1821) [Lamb]
“Old China”, London Magazine (March 1823) [Lamb]
The Old Court Suburb; or, Memorials of Kensington, regal, critical, and anecdotical (1834-1855) [Hunt]
“The Old Familiar Faces”, Blank Verse, by Charles Lloyd and Charles Lamb (1798) [Lamb]
“The Old Margate Hoy”, London Magazine (July 1823) [Lamb]
The Old Mortality (1816) [Scott]
Old Nick; a Satirical Story (1801) [DuBois]
“The Old and the New Schoolmaster”, London Magazine (May 1821) [Lamb]
The Old and New Testament connected in the History of the Jews and neighbouring Nations, from the Declension of the Kingdoms of Israel and Judah to the Time of Christ (1716-18) [Prideaux]
Oliver Cromwell's Letters and Speeches: with Elucidations (1845) [Carlyle]
Oliver Newman: a New-England Tale (unfinished): with other Poetical Remains (1845) [Southey]
Oliver Twist; or, the Parish Boy's Progress (1838) [Dickens]
“Olivier's Travels”, Annual Review for 1802 (1803) [Southey]
The Omen (1825) [Galt]
“The Omen”, Blackwood's Magazine (July 1826) [Scott]
Omniana; or, Horæ otiosiores (1812) [Southey]
The Omnipresence of the Deity: a Poem (1828) [Montgomery]
Omoo: a Narrative of Adventures in the South Seas (1847) [Melville]
Moral and Political Dialogues: being the Substance of several Conversations between divers Eminent Persons of the Past and Present Age; digested by the Parties themselves (1759) [Hurd]
On the Delicacy of Friendship. A Seventh Dissertation. Address'd to the Author of the Sixth (1755) [Hurd]
“On the Poor Laws”, Quarterly Review (January 1818) [Rickman]
“On Artificial and Natural Arrangements of Plants: and particularly on the Systems of Linnæus and Jussieu.”, Transactions of the Linnean Society of London (May 1813) [Roscoe]
“On the Means of Improving the People”, Quarterly Review (April 1815) [Southey]
“On the Evangelical Sects”, Quarterly Review (November 1810) [Southey]
“On the Corn-Laws”, Quarterly Review (March 1834) [Southey]
“On Epicurism”, New Monthly Magazine (May 1821) [Walker]
“On the Departure of Sir Walter Scott from Abbotsford, for Naples”, Yarrow Revisited, and other Poems (1835) [Wordsworth]
“On Actors and Acting”, The Examiner (5 January 1817) [Hazlitt]
“On Burns, and the Old English Ballads”, Lectures on the English Poets delivered at the Surrey Institution (1818) [Hazlitt]
On Christian Doctrine (1825) [Milton]
“On Coffee-house Politicians”, Table-talk, or, Original Essays (1821-1822) [Hazlitt]
“On Coleridge's Poetry”, The Etonian (1821) []
“On the Clerical Character”, Yellow Dwarf (3, 10, January 1818) [Hazlitt]
“On Dreams”, The Plain Speaker: Opinions on Books, Men, and Things (1826) [Hazlitt]
“On Duelling”, Knight's Quarterly Review (June 1823) []
“On F. G.”, The Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1839) [Shelley]
“On first looking into Chapman's Homer”, The Examiner (1 December 1816) [Keats]
“On Frankenstein”, Athenaeum (10 November 1832) [Shelley]
“On Garrick, and Acting; and the Plays of Shakespeare”, The Reflector (1812) [Lamb]
“On Great and Little Things”, New Monthly Magazine (February 1822) [Hazlitt]
“On J. P. Davis's Admirable Picture of Mrs. Barker”, Literary Gazette (6 June 1818) [Croly]
“On Java and its Dependencies”, Quarterly Review (December 1811) [Barrow]
“On Jealousy and Spleen of Party”, The Plain Speaker: Opinions on Books, Men, and Things (1826) [Hazlitt]
“On Leaving some Friends at an Early Hour”, Poems (1817) [Keats]
“On Leaving Newstead Abbey”, Hours of Idleness, a Series of Poems, original and translated (1807) [Byron]
“On Living to Oneself,”, Table-talk, or, Original Essays (1821-1822) [Hazlitt]
“On Living to One's Self”, Table-talk, or, Original Essays (1821-1822) [Hazlitt]
“On Mitford's History of Greece”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (November 1824) [Macaulay]
“On Moore's late Operatic Farce, or Farcical Opera”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“On Mr Wordsworth's Excursion”, The Examiner (21, 28 August, 2 October 1814) [Hazlitt]
“On Mrs. Billington's Birthday”, The Life of the Right Honourable John Philpot Curran, late Master of the Rolls in Ireland (1819) [Curan]
“On My own Miniature Picture taken at Two Years of Age”, Poems (1797) [Southey]
“On My Wedding Day”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“On Ornamental Plantations and Landscape Gardening”, Quarterly Review (March 1828) [Scott]
“On Paradox and Commonplace”, Table-talk, or, Original Essays (1821-1822) [Hazlitt]
“On Patronage and Puffing”, Table-talk, or, Original Essays (1821-1822) [Hazlitt]
“On Peace”, Edinburgh Review (July 1812) [Brougham]
“On Pedantry”, The Round Table: a Collection of Essays on Literature, Men, and Manners (1817) [Hazlitt]
“On Planting Waste Lands”, Quarterly Review (October 1827) [Scott]
“On Posthumous Fame”, The Round Table: a Collection of Essays on Literature, Men, and Manners (1817) [Hazlitt]
“On Reading Mr. Waters’ Pamphlet”, Literary Gazette (18 July 1818) [Procter]
“On Receiving a Crown of Ivy from the Same [John Keats]”, Foliage, or: Poems original and translated (1818) [Hunt]
“On Revisiting Harrow”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“On Seeing the Rose and Crown painted at Ashburton”, The Selector or Cornish Magazine (1 August 1828) [Gifford]
“On Sleep and Poetry”, Poems (1817) [Keats]
“On Spurzheim's Theory”, The Plain Speaker: Opinions on Books, Men, and Things (1826) [Hazlitt]
“On the Theories of Malthus and Godwin”, New Monthly Magazine (February 1821) [Place]
On Translating Homer: Three Lectures given at Oxford (1861) [Arnold]
“On Washerwomen”, The Round Table: a Collection of Essays on Literature, Men, and Manners (1817) [Hunt]
“On West's picture of Christ Crucified”, The Champion (16 June 1818) [Hazlitt]
“On West Indian Slavery”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (June 1823) [Macaulay]
“On Wit and Humour”, Elementary Sketches of Moral Philosophy: delivered at the Royal Institution in the years 1804-1806 (1849) [Smith]
“On Wordsworth's Poetry”, The Etonian (1821) []
“On a Portrait of an English Lady by Vandyke”, The Plain Speaker: Opinions on Books, Men, and Things (1826) [Hazlitt]
“On a Tear”, The Pleasures of Memory, with other Poems (1796) [Rogers]
“On a Fine Portrait, by Masquerier, of a Lady (since dead) standing before a Glass”, New Times (21 November 1818) [Croly]
“On a Future State”, Essays, Letters from Abroad, Translations and Fragments (1840) [Shelley]
“On an Infant Dying as soon as Born”, The Gem, a Literary Annual (1829) [Lamb]
“On getting Home the Portrait of a Female Child, six years old”, The Pilgrim of Glencoe: and other Poems (1842) [Campbell]
“On hearing a Young Lady sing Haydn’s Benedictus.”, The Early Life of Samuel Rogers (1887) [Bowles]
“On reading New Books”, Sketches and Essays (1839) [Hazlitt]
“On seeing a Lock of Milton's Hair”, Life, Letters, and Literary Remains, of John Keats (1848) [Keats]
“On sitting down to read King Lear once again”, Life, Letters, and Literary Remains, of John Keats (1848) [Keats]
“On Some of the Old Actors”, London Magazine (February 1822) [Lamb]
“On the Writings of Richard Clitheroe”, New Monthly Magazine (January 1821) [Ainsworth]
“On the Curious Circumstance that in the German Language the Sun is feminine and the Moon masculine”, Morning Post (11 October 1802) [Coleridge]
“On the Personalities of the Whigs”, Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine (September 1821) [[John Galt]]
“On the Death of Mr. Richard West”, The Poems of Mr. Gray (1775) [Gray]
“On the Idleness of Authors”, Knight's Quarterly Review (October 1823) []
“On the Ambiguities arising from Proper Names”, The Reflector (1811) [Lamb]
“On the Artificial Comedy of the Last Century”, Elia. Essays which have appeared under that Signature in the London Magazine (1823) [Lamb]
“On the Custom of Hissing at Theatres, with some Account of a Club of Damned Authors”, The Reflector (1811) [Lamb]
“On the Genius of Hogarth”, The Reflector (1811) [Lamb]
“On the Inconveniences resulting from being hanged”, The Reflector (1811) [Lamb]
“On the Melancholy of Tailors”, The Champion (1814) [Lamb]
“On the Poetical Works of George Wither”, The Works of Charles Lamb (1818) [Lamb]
“On the Total Defects of the Quality of Imagination, observable in the Works of Modern British Artists”, Athenaeum (12, 19, 26 January, 2 February 1833) [Lamb]
“On the Material, Immaterial, and Mixt Hypothesis”, Monthly Magazine (March 1809) [Lofft]
On the Origin and Vicissitudes of Literature, Science and Art, and their Influence on the Present State of Society: a Discourse, delivered on the opening of the Liverpool Royal Institution, 25th November, 1817 (1817) [Roscoe]
“On the Conduct of the Understanding”, Elementary Sketches of Moral Philosophy: delivered at the Royal Institution in the years 1804-1806 (1849) [Smith]
“On the Immortality of the Soul”, Two Volumes of Sermons (1809) [Smith]
“On the Athenian Orators”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (August 1824) [Macaulay]
“On the Beggar's Opera”, The Round Table: a Collection of Essays on Literature, Men, and Manners (1817) [Hazlitt]
“On the Birth of John William Rizzo Hoppner”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“On the Braziers' Address”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“On the Catalogue Raisonnee of the British Institution”, The Examiner (10 November 1816) [Hazlitt]
“On the Character of Socrates”, New Monthly Magazine (May 1821) [Matthews]
“On the Clerical Character”, Yellow Dwarf (24, 31 January, 7 February 1818) [Hazlitt]
“On the Cockney School of Poetry”, Blackwood's Magazine (1817-1825) [Lockhart]
“On the Cockney School of Poetry: No. IV.”, Blackwood's Magazine (August 1819) [Lockhart]
“On the Complaints in America against the British Press”, New Monthly Magazine (February 1821) [Curran]
“On the Conduct of Life; or, Advice to a Schoolboy”, Table-talk, or, Original Essays (1821-1822) [Hazlitt]
On the Connexion of the Physical Sciences (1834) [Somerville]
“On the Conversation of Authors”, London Magazine (September 1820) [Hazlitt]
“On the Countess of Blessington”, Moore, Letters and Journals of Lord Byron (1830) [Byron]
“On the Death of Mr. William Hervey”, Poems (1656) [Cowley]
“On the Death of the Princess Charlotte”, Blackwood's Magazine (April 1818) [Hemans]
“On the Death of Dr. Robert Levet”, Gentleman's Magazine (August 1783) [Johnson]
“On the Death of Peter Parker, Bart.”, Morning Chronicle (7 October 1814) [Byron]
“On the Disadvantages of Intellectual Superiority”, Table-talk, or, Original Essays (1821-1822) [Hazlitt]
“On the Elgin Marbles. The Ilissus”, London Magazine (February 1822) [Hazlitt]
“On the Fear of Death”, Table-talk, or, Original Essays (1821-1822) [Hazlitt]
“On the Feeling of Immortality in Youth”, Monthly Magazine (March 1827) [Hazlitt]
“On the Grasshopper and Cricket”, Poems (1817) [Keats]
“On the Great Madonna of Dresden”, Blackwood's Magazine (August 1818) [Lockhart]
“On the Ignorance of the Learned”, Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany (July 1818) [Hazlitt]
“On the Knowledge of Character”, Table-talk, or, Original Essays (1821-1822) [Hazlitt]
“On the Living Poets”, Lectures on the English Poets delivered at the Surrey Institution (1818) [Hazlitt]
“On the Medusa's Head of Leonardoda Vinci”, Posthumous Poems of Percy Bysshe Shelley (1824) [Shelley]
“On the Morning of Christ's Nativity”, Poems of Mr. John Milton, both English and Latin (1645) [Milton]
“On the Opera”, Yellow Dwarf (23 May 1818) [Hazlitt]
“On the Pleasures of Hating”, The Plain Speaker: Opinions on Books, Men, and Things (1826) [Hazlitt]
“On the Pleasures of Painting”, Table-talk, or, Original Essays (1821-1822) [Hazlitt]
“On the Polar Ice and Northern Passage into the Pacific”, Quarterly Review (October 1817) [Barrow]
“On the Pre-eminent Merits of the Morning Chronicle Newspaper, especially in obtaining Foreign Intelligence”, The Sun (1815) [Jerdan]
“On the Prose-Style of Poets”, The Plain Speaker: Opinions on Books, Men, and Things (1826) [Hazlitt]
“On the Qualifications of Mr. Lockhart, as Editor of the Quarterly Review”, The Athanaeum (16, 23 January, 5 February 1828) [Buckingham]
“On the Question whether Pope was a Poet”, Edinburgh Magazine and Literary Miscellany (February 1818) [Hazlitt]
“On the Receipt of my Mother's Picture”, Poems. I, On the Receipt of my Mother's Picture. II, The Dog and the Water-Lily (1798) [Cowper]
“On the Recovery of Mr Pitt from an Attack of Gout”, General Magazine of Arts and Sciences (1757) [Wolcot]
“On the Regal Character”, Political Essays, with Sketches of Public Characters (1819) [Hazlitt]
“On the Royal Society of Literature”, Knight's Quarterly Magazine (June 1823) [Macaulay]
“On the Scotch Character (A Fragment)”, The Liberal (1823) [Hazlitt]
“On the Spirit of Obligations”, New Monthly Magazine (January 1824) [Hazlitt]
“On the Spleen of Party”, The Plain Speaker: Opinions on Books, Men, and Things (1826) [Hazlitt]
“On the Star of the Legion of Honour”, Examiner (7 April 1816) [Byron]
“On the Supernatural in Fictitious Composition: Works of Hoffman”, Foreign Quarterly Review (July 1827) [Scott]
“On the Ideal”, The Champion (January-November 1815) [Hazlitt]
“Once a Jacobin always a Jacobin”, Morning Post (21 October 1802) [Coleridge]
Once upon a Time (1854) [Knight]
One Tract more, or, the System illustrated by "The Tracts for the Times," externally regarded (1841) [Milnes]
One Hundred Fables, original and selected ([1828]) [Northcote]
One Thousand Seven Hundred and Thirty Eight. A Dialogue something like Horace (1738) [Pope]
Opere di Lorenzo de'Medici detto Il Magnifico (1825) [Medici]
Opuscula philologica critica (1764) [Ernesti]
For the Oracles of God, four Orations. For Judgment to come, an Argument, in Nine Parts (1824) [Irving]
Orations, Lectures, and Addresses (1844) [Emerson]
The Orations of Lysias and Isocrates, translated from the Greek (1778) [Gillies]
De oratore (46 BC) [Cicero]
Joh. Amos Commenius Orbis sensualium pictus (1658) [Comenius]
Orestes (408 BC c.) [Euripides]
Orestes, a Tragedy, in Five Acts (1802) [Sotheby]
Oriental Memoirs: selected and abridged from a Series of Familiar Letters written during Seventeen Years Residence in India: including Observations on Parts of Africa and South America, and a Narrative of Occurrences in four India Voyages (1813) [Forbes]
The Oriental Collections: consisting of Original Essays and Dissertations, Translations and Miscellaneous Papers; illustrating the History and Antiquities, the Arts, Sciences, and Literature of Asia (1797-1800) [Ouseley]
The Oriental Geography of Ebn Haukal, an Arabian Traveller of the Tenth Century (1800) [Ouseley]
“Origin of the Homeric Poems”, Quarterly Review (January 1831) [Milman]
The Origin, Nature, and Object, of the New System of Education (1812) [Southey]
Original Poems, for Infant Minds, by several Young Persons (1804-1805) [Taylor]
Original Anecdotes of Frederic the Second, king of Prussia, and of his Family, his Court, his Ministers, his Academies, and his Literary Friends (1805) [Thiebault]
The Original (1835) [Walker]
Original Stories, from Real Life: with Conversations, calculated to regulate the Affections, and form the Mind to Truth and Goodness (1788) [Wollstonecraft]
Original Memoirs, written during the great Civil War: beginning the Life of Sir Henry Slingsby, and Memoirs of Capt. Hodgson (1806) [Scott]
De origine et progressu Sanctæ Inquisitionis ejusque dignitate et utilitate; de Romani Pontificis potestate e delegata Inquisitorum: edicto Fidei, et ordine judiciario sancti officii, quæstiones decem. Libri tres (1598) [Paramo]
Origines biblicae: or Researches in Primeval History (1834) [Beke]
Origines; or, Remarks on the Origin of several Empires, States and Cities (1824-1829) [Drummond]
El Orinoco ilustrado, historia natural, civil y geográfica de este gran río, y de sus caudalosas vertientes (1741) [Gumilla]
Orion: an Epic Poem in Three Books (1843) [Horne]
Orlando Innamorato (1542) [Berni]
Orlando innamorato di Bojardo Orlando furioso di Ariosto (1830-34) [Panizzi]
The Orlando Furioso (1823-1831) [Rose]
Orlando Furioso (1532) [Ariosto]
Orlando in Roncesvalles, a Poem in Five Cantos (1814) [Merivale]
“Ormond, a Tale”, Harrington, a Tale: and Ormond, a Tale (1817) [Edgeworth]
The Orphan: or, the Unhappy Marriage (1680) [Otway]
Orphica (1805) [Hermann]
“Orra: a Tragedy in Five Acts”, A Series of Plays: in which it is attempted to delineate the stronger Passions of the Mind: each Passion being the Subject of a Tragedy and a Comedy. Vol. III (1812) [Baillie]
Osservazioni semi-serie di un esule sull'Inghilterra (1831) [Pecchio]
Oswald of Deira: a Drama (1867) [Chatterton]
Othello (1622) [Shakespeare]
“Otho the Great”, Life, Letters, and Literary Remains, of John Keats (1848) [Keats]
Ottavia (1783) [Alfieri]
“Otto of Wittelsbach”, Dramatic Works (1854) [Mitford]
Otto von Wittelsbach. Trauerspiel in fünf Aufzügen (1783) [Steinsberg]
Our Indian Empire: its History and Present State from the Earlist Settlement of the British in Hindostan to the close of the year 1843 (1844) [Macfarlane]
“Our Cottage”, New Monthly Magazine (September 1836) [Hunt]
Outline of English Grammar: Partly abridged from Hazlitt's New and Improved Grammar of the English Tongue (1810) [Godwin]
Outline of the Poor Law Amendment Act (1834) [Senior]
Outlines of the Ancient History of Medicine; being a view of the Progress of the Healing Art among the Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, and Arabians (1831) [Moir]
“Outlines of a history of Medicine”, Metropolitan Magazine (May 1831) [Redding]
Ovid's Metamorphosis (1626) [Sandys]
Owen of Carron: a Poem (1778) [Langhorne]
“The Oxford Edition of Strabo”, Edinburgh Review (July 1809) [Knight]
“Oxford in the Vacation”, London Magazine (October 1820) [Lamb]
Oxford: a Poem (1831) [Montgomery]
“Oxley's Tour in Botany Bay”, Edinburgh Review (November 1820) [Smith]