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From An Illustrated History of Ireland by Margaret Anne Cusack

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T.

Tacitus, 95.
Tain bo Chuailgne, the expedition of, 92.
Tain bo Chuailgne—the story of, 93.
Talbot, Archbishop, 525.
Tanaiste, 147.
Tandy, Napper, 612.
Tara, account of ancient, 163.
Tara—site of, 41.
Tara—cursing of, 162.
Taverns and coffee-houses, 544.
Theatre, the first, in Dublin, 547.
Thomas, St., of Canterbury, 266.
Thompson, Charles, Secretary of Congress, 601.
Threnodia Hiberno-Catholica, 511.
Tighernach's Annals, 49.
Tighernach—uses the dominical letter, 49.
Tighernach—mentions the lunar cycle, 49.
Tighernach—quotes historical writers, 49.
Tighernach—his home, 48.
Tighearnmas, 88.
Timoleague, Monastery of, 321.
Tithes introduced into Ireland, 232.
Tom the Devil, 622.
Tone, Theobald Wolfe, 614.
Tradition, its use in history, 40.
Trias Thaumaturgas, 52.
Trinity College, foundation of, 462.
Tuatha De Dananns, fifth taking of Ireland by, 61.
Tuatha De Dananns—their skill as artificers, 61.
Tuatha De Dananns—battles of, 62, 75.
Tuatha De Dananns—dynasty passed away, 76.
Tuathal, reign of, 98.
Tuite, Richard (the great baron), 333.
Turgesius the Dane, 189.
Tussach, St., 126.

U.

Ugaine Mor, reign of, 90.
Ultan, St., 171.
Union, the, 632.
United Irishmen, the, 618.
Usher, Archbishop, 534.
Usher, Archbishop—his indifference about orders, 536.
Usher, Archbishop—on St. Patrick's Canons, 117.
Usher, Archbishop—as an historian, 534.
Usher's Island, 318n.

V.

Veto, the, 640.
Victoricus, 113n.
Vinegar Hill, the battle of, 627.
Volunteers, the, 591.
Virgilius, St., 178.
Vivian, Cardinal, 286.
Vivian, Cardinal—entombs the relics of the three saints anew, 294.

W.

Warbeck's plot, 381.
Ware, 415.
Ward, Father, 52.
Waterford rugs, 539.
Wellesley, Chief Secretary, 640.
Wesley, John, his remark about Moira House, 318n.
Wheat planted early, 243.
White and Black Gentiles, 191.
Whiteboys, the, 584.
Wilde, Sir William, 79n.
Wives purchased in Erinn, 43.
Wives—exchanged, 229.
Words and Places, 58n.
Wood's halfpence, 581.
Wren, veneration for the, 140.

Y.

Yeomanry, fearful cruelties of the, 630.
York, house of, 371.
York—Duke of, made Viceroy, 375.
Yorkists, popularity in Ireland, 376.
Yorkists, insurrection of the, 378.
Youghal, foundation of Convent of, 318.
Youghal—College of, 378.
Youghal College—burned down, 443.
Young's remedy for Irish disaffection, 585.

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