Old Bailey

Old Bailey, a Court or Sessions house adjoining Newgate (q.v.), in London, for the trial of offences committed within a certain radius round the city, and practically presided over by the Recorder and the Common Serjeant of London, though theoretically by the Lord Mayor, Lord Chancellor, and others.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Olbers, Heinrich * Old Catholics
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Ohnet, Georges
Oil City
Oken, Lorenz
Okhotsk, Sea of
Okuma, Count
Olaf, St.
Olbers, Heinrich
Old Bailey
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Old Man of the Sea
Old Mortality
Old Noll
Oldbuck, Jonathan
Oldcastle, Sir John


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Bales, Peter
Baretti, Joseph
Boydell, John
Camden, William
Cheselden, William
Clarke, Dr. Alured
Cruden, Alexander
Dodd, Dr. William
Dryden, John
Fisher, Payne
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