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Lacy, Hugo de, viceroy of Henry II., 92

Lagan, ford of, 209

Lalor, James, 393

Lambay, stand of, 55

Lambert, Simnel, 331;

received in Dublin and crowned, 134;

defeated at Stoke, 135;

taken prisoner and appointed turnspit, 135

Land League, the, 409

Land Lepers, 53, 59

Lanfranc, Archbishop of Canterbury, 81

Langan, Comte de, 288

Laoghaire, King of Meath, 34

Larkin, Fenian hanged, 406

Lecky's, Mr., "History of the Eighteenth Century," 300

Lee, Captain, 199

Leix, town of, 161

Leland the historian, 10

Liffy river, 87

Lilibullero, anti-Catholic song, 283

Limerick, articles of, 295

Limerick, first siege of, 291

Limerick, treaty of, 295

Limerick, wood and town of, 117

Lindisfarne, peninsula of, 45

Londonderry, siege of, 285

Lovell, Lord, 135

Lucas, Charles, 323

Luinagh Tyrlough, 195

Lundy, governor of Londonderry, 285

M

Mac-an-Earlas, sons of Clanricarde, 191

Macarthy, Colonel, 288

McCarthy, Dermot, 90

Maccumacthenius, St. Patrick's chronicler, 34

Magan, betrayer of Lord Edward Fitzgerald, 361

Maguire, Lord, 241

Mahon, King of Munster, 61

Malachy or Melachlin, Ard-Reagh, 52

Malby, Sir Nicolas, governor of Connaught, 187

Mananan MacLir, Legend of Gilla Dacker, 17

Marshall, William, Earl of Pembroke, 103

Maryborough anciently Campa, 162

Mary, Queen of England, 163;

her death, 164

Maynooth, castle of, 102

Mayo, Lord, 267

Mayo mountains, 8

Maxwell, Colonel, 362

McGeoghehan, Abbé, historian, 1

McGillapatrick, Lord of Upper Ossory, 168

McHugh, 191

McMahon, Hugh, chief of Monaghan, 192

McMurrough, Dermot, King of Leinster, 83, 241

McMurrough, son of Dermot, 83

McToole, Sir Owen, 197

McWilliam, Burke of Galway, 154

McWilliam Eighter, and McWilliam Oughter, the Nether and Further Burkes, 111

McWilliam of Clanricarde, 142

Meagher, 391

Meath, plains of, 8

Mila de Cogan, Norman governor of Dublin, 87

Milcho chieftain, 3

Milesians or Scoti, 9, 10

Mitchell, John, 391

Molyneux, Thomas, Dr., 311

Molyneux, William, the "Ingenious Molyneux," 311

Montalembert, M. de, 40

Montmorency, Henry de, 85

Mortimer, Roger, viceroy, 110

Mountgarret, Lord, 249

Mountjoy, Charles Blount, 211;

his character, 211;

establishes military stations, 213;

defeats by starvation, 213;

defeats Tyrone and the Spanish fleet, 216

Moytura, pre-historic battle of the southern, 7

Muckern, or Mulkearn noi, 187

Mullingar, town of, 292

Munroe, General, 255

Murhertach, house of, 74

Murphy, Father John, 362

Murphy, Father Michael, 304

N

Nation, The, newspaper, 390

Neil Grey, 167

Newtown Butler, battle of, 288

Norris, General Sir Henry, 206

Norris, Sir Thomas, 194

Norsmen, or Northmen, or Danes, 7, 53-56

Northern Star, newspaper, 358

Nuad, King of the Tuatha-da-Danaans, 7-9

O

"Oakboys," Society of the, 345

O'Brian, Prince of Thomond, 90

O'Brien, race of, 60

O'Brien, Smith, 391

O'Brien, the Fenian, 406

O'Byrnes, 128

O'Carrol of Argial, 91

O'Connell, Daniel, makes his first speech, 379;

his energy, 379;

sets on foot the Irish Catholic Association, 379;

carries Catholic rent, 380;

contests the county of Clare, 381;

his character, 382;

his efforts to procure repeal, 385;

his enmity to secret societies, 385;

founds the Loyal National Repeal Association, 386;

his prosecution, 387;

found guilty and imprisoned, 387;

his last appearance and death, 389

O'Connell, John, 391

O'Connor, Roderick, the Ard-Reagh, 75, 84-91

O'Connors of Connaught, 74

Octennial Bill, the, 325

O'Curry, 53

O'Dogherty, Sir John, 198

O'Donnell, Calvagh, 167

O'Donnell, of Tyrconnel, 167

O'Donnell, Hugh, or Red Hugh, 200.

O'Donnell, murder of Carey, 412

O'Donnell, Rory, 221

O'Donovans, 63

O'Driscoll's piratical clan of West Cork, 27

O'Dynor, Dermot, or Dermot of the Bright Face, 17

O'Flaherty, Edmund, 403

Oilen-an-Oir, or Gold Island, 185

Ollamhs or Sennachies, head bards, 19

O'Lochlin of House of O'Neill, 74

O'Moore, Rory or Roger, 241

O'Neill, Owen, 248

O'Neill, Shane, called the Proud, 165;

his character, 166;

his eloquence, habits, and morals, 166;

his encounter with Sussex, 167;

his visit to the English Court, 168;

receives title of Captain of Tyrone, 169;

returns to Ireland, 169;

Sussex attempt to poison him, 169;

his descent on the Scots, 170,

and on Connaught, 170;

his last disaster and death, 172, 173

O'Neill, Sir Phelim, 241

O'Neills, or Hy-Nials, 60-74

Orange Lodges, institution of, 345

O'Reilly of Brefny, 167

O'Rorke, chieftain of Connaught, 91

O'Rorke of Brefny, chieftain of Leinster, 91

Ormond, house of, 105-128

Ossian, poet and bard, 11-35

Ossory, clan of, 84

Oswald, King of Northumbria, 44

Oswin, King of Northumbria, 46

O'Toole, Garrot, 191

O'Toole, St. Lawrence, Archbishop of Dublin, 86

Oulart, hill of, 362

Owel, Lough, n

ear Mullingar, 55

P

Paladius, missionary, 33

Parnell, Mr., 411

Parnell, Sir John, 371

Parsons, Sir William, 242

Patrick (Saint), his birth, 33;

lands in Ireland, 33;

visits to Meath and to Connaught, Antrim, and Armagh, 34;

legends of, by Mr. Aubrey de Vere, 35

"Peep of Day Boys," Society of, 345

Pelham, Sir William, Lord-deputy, 188

Penal Code, the, 300

Perkin Warbeck, 136, 137

Perrot, Sir John, 176-179

Peter's Pence, collection of, 79

Petrie, George, LL.D., 7

Petty, Sir William, his survey of Ireland, 271

Philip II., King of Spain, 183

Phoenix organization, 404

Phoenix Park tragedy, 411

Picts, 53

Pierce, Captain, 173

Plunkett, Dr., Archbishop of Dublin, 279

Portland, Duke of, 350

Poynings' Act, 138

Poynings' Act repealed, 287

Poynings, Sir Edward, 140

Preston, Colonel, 249

Protection of Life and Property Bill, 409

R

Raleigh, Sir Walter, 190-191

Rents, Black, 17, 123

Rents, Fair Rent and Free Sale, 410

Rents, Rack, 28

Rents, Stipulated, 28

Ribbon Association, 385

Richard II. lands at Waterford, 119;

his meeting with Art McMurrough, 119;

entertains the chiefs, 120;

receives their oaths of allegiance, 120;

returns to Ireland, 122;

encounters Art McMurrough, 122;

leaves Ireland, 123

Rupert, Prince, 259;

his arrival at Kinsale, 259

S

Sadleirs, John and James, 403

Sanim Celtic Festival (November 1st), 14

Sarsfield, Patrick, 280

Saunders, Pope's Legate, 184

Schomberg, Duke of, 288

Schwartz, Martin, Dutch General, 135

Scoti, tribes of the, 9

Scullabogue, barn of, 363

Sebastian, King of Portugal, killed at the battle of Alcansar, 184

Senchus Mor, ancient law-book, 25, 28

Shannon, Lord, 322

Shannon, river, 91

Sheil, Richard Lalor, 379

Sidney, Henry, Sir, 174;

becomes Lord-deputy, 174;

appoints presidents in the provinces, 176;

his scheme for reducing expenses, 177;

his visits to Munster and Connaught, 179

Sigurd, Earl of Orkney, 66

Silvermine hills of Tipperary, 291

Simon, priest and tutor to Lambert Simnel, 135

Sitric, a Viking, 67

Skeffington, Sir William, 148

Slemish mountains, 33

Sligo, town of, 254

Smerwick, town of, 185

Somerset, Edward Earl of Glamorgan, 254

South European Plants in Ireland, 5

Southern Moytura, 7

Spanish Armada, 197

Spenser, Edmund, poet, 190

Stanihurst, historian, the, 131

Steel boys, Society of, 345

St. John, Sir Oliver, deputy, 231

St. Leger, Sir Wareham, "Undertaker," 194

St. Ruth, General, 292

Stephen, Head Fenian centre, 405

Stokes, battle of, 135

Stokes, Miss Margaret, 312

Stone, Archbishop of Armagh, 320

Strafford, Wentworth, in Ireland, 232;

orders subsidy of £100,000, 234;

he overawes the juries, 234;

his character, 235;

his suppression of the woollen trade, 235;

founds the linen trade, 235;

clears the sea of pirates, 235;

sets a Court of High Commission to work, 237;

his treatment of Archbishop Ussher, 237;

his account of his dealings with Convocation, 237;

his return to England, 239;

tried for treason, condemned, and executed, 239;

effect of his death in Ireland, 239

Strangford Lough, 33

Strongbow, Earl of Pembroke, 82;

his marriage with Eva, 86;

takes Waterford, 86;

is besieged in Dublin, 87;

flees to Waterford, 88;

thence to England, 88;

meets Henry, 88;

and returns to Ireland, 89

Stukeley, Thomas, Sir, 170, 184

Sulcost, battle of, 61

Surrey, Earl of, deputy, 145

Swift, Jonathan, Dean of St. Patrick's, 315;

his character, 315;

his Drapier Papers, 317;

his attack on Wood's patent, 315;

his popularity, 319

Swords in Meath, 247

T

Talbot, Richard, Earl of Tyrconnel, 208

Tanist laws of succession, 27

Tara in Meath, 63;

battle of, 63

Tenant League Confederation, 403

Tenure, Fixity of, 410

Thomond, Lady, 303

Thomond, Lord, 247

Tower, the "Tower Earl" of Desmond, 192

Townshend, Lord, 325

Towton, battle of, 129

Tuam, Archbishop of, 254

Tuatha-da-Danaans, race of, 7

Turgesius or Thorgist, 55

Turlough, grandson of Brian, 82

Tyrconnel, Lady, 289

Tyrconnel, Richard, Earl of, 280

Tyrconnel, Rory O'Donnell, Earl of, 221

Tyrone, Hugh O'Neill, Earl of, 199;

receives his title from Elizabeth, 199;

contrasted with Shane, 199;

his religious views, 200;

arbitrary arrest of his brother-in-law, 200;

marries Bagnall's sister, 201;

prepares for rebellion, 202;

assumes the title of the O'Neill, 202;

is victorious over Bagnall, 205;

meets Essex at Lagan, 209;

struggle with Mountjoy, 214;

he hurries south to meet the Spaniards, 215;

encounters Mountjoy and is defeated, 216;

reported plot against England, 220;

flies the country, 221;

dies in exile, 222

U

Union, Pitt's plan of, 268

Union, the, 367

United Irishmen newspaper, 394

United Irishmen, the Society of, 386

Ussher, Archbishop of Armagh, 163;

treatment of by Strafford, 237

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