From An Illustrated History of Ireland by Margaret Anne Cusack
Early missionaries, 108.
Ecclesiastics, cruelties practised on, 452.
Ecclesiastical property, confiscation of, 403.
Edward I., reign of, 329.
Elizabeth, Queen, accession of, 412.
Elizabeth—martyrs in the reign of, 416.
Emania, Palace of, 89.
Embargo laws, 578.
Emmet's career, 640.
Enda, St., 169.
English, invasion of the, 257.
English come to Ireland for instruction, 178.
English barons, quarrels of, 300.
English law refused to Ireland, 362.
English writers, mistakes of, 361.
English schism, real cause of, 394.
English, Irish emigrants defeat the, 584.
Enniskilleners, cruelties of the, 559.
Eras, three, in Irish history, 387.
Eremon, reign of, 77.
Eremon—his death, 78.
Eremon—families descended from, 84.
Eric, or compensation for murder, 146.
Erinn, St. Patrick's mission to, 112.
Erinn, ancient chronicles of, 48n.
Erinn, pre-Noahacian colonization of, 55.
Erinn, takings of, 57.
Erinn, early geographical accounts of, 72.
Erinn, social accounts of, 73.
Erinn, ancient laws of, 144.
Erinn, religion of, 137.
Erinn, customs of, 139.
Erinn, language of, 147.
Erinn, antiquities of, 153.
Erinn, five great roads of ancient, 101.
Essex, Earl of, tries to colonize Ulster, 432.
Essex, Earl of—his interview with O'Neill, 456.
Essex, Earl of—his death, 433.
Ethnea, Princess, 123.
Eva, her marriage with Strongbow, 264.
Exchequer of the King of England in Dublin, fourteenth century, 339.
Exiled Irishmen, 478.
Fairs, Irish, seventeenth century, 538.
Falkland, Lord, suspected of favouring the Catholics, 473.
Fauna, description of, 253.
Fene-men, the, 42n.
Fenian poems and tales, 87.
Fenian poems—ascribed to, 105.
Fes, or triennial assembly, 163.
Fethlimia, Princess, 122.
Fiacc's Hymn, Scholiast on, 111.
Fidh Aengussa, the Synod of, 227.
Fifth taking of Ireland, 62.
Fiacre, St., 177.
Finnachta Fleadhach, the Hospitable, 171.
Finnen, St., 162.
Fintan, son of Bochra, the Irish historian, 40.
Firbolg chiefs, division of Ireland by, 60.
Firbolgs—battles of, 62.
Fish in Ireland, 80n.
Fish—anecdote on, 72n.
FitzAldelm, his viceroyalty, 283.
FitzAldelm—his death, 299.
FitzGerald, war between De Burgo and, 326.
FitzGerald, war between De Vesci and, 333.
FitzGerald, Lord Edward, joins the United Irishmen, 618.
FitzGerald, Lord Edward—arrest of, 624.
FitzGerald, Lord Edward—his death, 624.
Fithil, the poet, 40.
FitzMaurice obtains foreign aid, 441.
FitzMaurice—his death, 443.
FitzWilliam, Earl, viceroyalty, of 616.
Flahertach, Abbot, and King of Munster, 194.
Flann, his Synchronisms, 49.
Flann—synchronizes the chiefs and monarchs with the kings of Erinn, 50.
Flann, King, his reign, 192.
Flint used to make weapons of defence, 160.
Flood, his life, 607.
Flora, description of, 253.
Foillan, St., 177.
Fomorians, the, 60-64.
Food of the ancient Irish, 241.
Food—of poorer classes in seventeenth century, 553.
Ford of the Biscuits, battle of, 451.
Fothadh of the Canons, 180.
Franciscan Order in Ireland, 319.
Franciscan Order—their patriotism, 344.
Franciscan Order—their convents, 319.
Franciscan Order—remarkable spring, 319.
Franciscan Order—persecution of, 474.
Friars Preachers, Order of, 318.
Fridolin, St., 178.
Froude's History of England, quotations from his account of the English clergy, 440.
Fursey, St., 177.