Index M-N

From An Illustrated History of Ireland by Margaret Anne Cusack

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Macaille, St., 131.
MacArt's, Cormac, Saltair, 40.
MacArt, Cormac—his reign, 103.
MacArt, Cormac—his death, 105.
Macaulay, Lays of Ancient Rome, 247n.
Maccallin, St., 221.
MacCarthy, King of Desmond, 229.
MacCarthy More murdered at Tralee, 357.
MacCullinan, Cormac, priest and king, 192.
MacCullinan, Cormac—his reign, 193.
MacCullinan, Cormac—his death, 193n.
MacCumhaill, Finn, 105.
MacCumhaill, Finn—his courtship with the Princess Ailbhe, 105.
MacFirbis, quotations from, 54, 58.
MacFirbis—his book on pedigrees, 85.
MacFirbis—his pedigrees of the ancient Irish and Anglo-Norman families, 50.
MacFirbis—murdered, 51.
MacGilluire, Coarb of St. Patrick, 315.
MacLiag, the poet, 210n.
MacMurrough, Dermod, King of Leinster, 233.
MacMurrough, Dermod—attends synod at Mellifont, 234.
MacMurrough, Dermod—his interview with Henry II., 258.
MacMurrough, Dermod—Henry grants him letters-patent, 259.
MacMurrough, Dermod—his death, 266.
MacMurrough, Art, 367.
MacMurrough, Art—his death, 370.
MacNally, advocate of the United Irishmen, 618.
Macutenius on St. Patrick's Canons, 118.
Maehnuire, "servant of Mary," 227n.
Maelruain, St., of Tallaght, 179.
Magna Charta, 305.
Magog and his colony, 68.
Magog—his descendants, 84.
Magrath, Miler, the apostate, 78.
Mahoun, brother to Brian, 204.
Mahoun—is murdered, 206.
Mailduf, St., 178.
Malachy, St., 229.
Malachy, St.—visits Rome, 231.
Malachy, St.—death of, 231.
Malachy II., 198.
Malachy II.—exploits against the Danes, 208.
Malachy II.—wins his "collar of gold," 208.
Malachy II.—Brian deposes, 209.
Malachy II.—his death, 218.
Manners and Customs of Ancient Greece, 141.
Marco Polo, 46.
Marisco, De, his treachery, 311.
Marisco, De—his death, 312.
Mary, Queen, 410.
Massacre of a prelate, priest, and friars, 402.
Massacre—of a bishop, 466.
Massacre—at Wexford-bridge, 628.
Massacre—at Cashel, 496.
Massacre—at Wexford, 503.
Massacre—of three priests, 445.
Massacre—of three Franciscans, 453.
Massacre—at Drogheda, 501.
Massacre—at Mullamast, 438.
Massacre—at Fort del Ore, 444.
Massacre—at Scullabogue House, 627.
Mellifont, Abbey of, 231.
Mellifont, Abbey of—Synod at, 231.
Mellifont, Abbey of—founded, 317.
Meloughlin, King of Meath, 191.
Metalogicus, the, of John of Salisbury 275n.
Milcho, St. Patrick's master in captivity, 116.
Milesian genealogies, 84, 88.
Milesians, landing of the, 75.
Milesians—they conquer, 77.
Milford Haven, 292.
Milidh, fleet of the sons of, entrance into Ireland, 75.
Mississippi Scheme, 581.
Mochta, St., 151.
Moira, Lord, exposes the cruelty of the yeomanry, 619.
Moling, St., 109.
Monastery of Kildare, St. Brigid's, 132.
Monastery of Kilcrea, 321.
Monastery of Bobbio, 176.
Monastery of Timoleague, 321.
Monastery of Tallaght, 179.
Monastery of St. Columbkille, 293.
Monastery of Cluain Eidhneach, 179.
Monastery of Donegal, 321.
Monastery of Donegal—desolation and plunder of, 189.
Monastery of Clonbroney, 188n.
Monastery of St. Columba, 230, 234.
Monastery of Ibrach (Ivragh), Kerry, 230.
Monastery of Lismore, 226.
Monastery of St. Kevin, 235.
Monastery of Dunbrody, 289.
Monastery of St. Peter's of Lemene, near Chambery, 381.
Monastery of Clonfert, 170.
Monastery of Mellifont, 234.
Monastery of Clonmacnois, 221.
Monastery of Irrelagh (Muckross), 322.
Monastery of Clonmel, 322.
Monastery of Drogheda, 322.
Monastery of Cill-Achaidh, 374.
Montgomery, 584.
Montmarisco, 237.
Montmarisco—becomes a monk, 289.
Monroe, 493.
Monroe, Henry, 629.
Moore, his History, 37.
Moore—his partiality for Malachy, 209.
Moore—on religion, 111.
Moore—his life, 605.
Morann the good, and his collar of gold, 97.
MSS. preserved in Trinity College, 44.
MSS. of ancient Irish history, 39n.
MSS. Celtic, preserved in Belgium, 45.
MSS. Continental, 45n.
MSS. in British Museum, 46.
MSS. Stowe collection of, 45n.
MSS., Latin, 46.
MSS. Loftus, 415.
MSS. Burgundian, 46.
MSS. legendary and historical, of Irish history, 39.
Muckross Abbey, 322.
Muircheartach, first Christian king of Ireland, 131.
Muircheartach, his circuit of Ireland, 197.
Muircheartach—killed by Blacaire, 197.
Murphy, Father, killed, 628.
Murrough's game of chess, 211.
Murtough of the Leathern Cloaks, 196.

N.

Neamhnach, the well, 164.
Napier's, Lady, letter respecting the tenantry of Duke of Leinster, 623.
Nathi, King, 116.
National joy at the restoration of Catholic worship, 464.
Nemedh, arrival of, 59.
Nemenians, emigration of, 60, 62.
Nemthur, St. Patrick's birthplace, 110.
Nennius, 69.
Nesta, her beauty and infamy, 259.
Nestor, 48.
Netterville, John, Archbishop of Armagh, 318.
Newspapers in seventeenth century, 545.
Newtownbutler, engagement at, 559.
Nial of the Nine Hostages, 106.
Nial Black Knee, 194.
Nicholas, St., College of, 51.
Niebuhr, his theory of history, 82.
Niebuhr on the story of Tarpeia, 82n.
Niebuhr on learning by verse, 86.
Noah, genealogies from, 58.
Normans, their arrival in Ireland, 257.
Normans, their luxurious habits, 272.
Normans, Cambrensis' account of them, 277.
Normans, the, ridicule the Irish nobles, 293.
Normans, feuds of the, in Ireland, 300.
Normans, their treachery, 311.
Normans, Viceroys, 285.
Nuada of the Silver Hand, 61.
Nuada—his privy council, 64.
Numa Pompilius, 89.

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