From An Illustrated History of Ireland by Margaret Anne Cusack
O'Brien, Turlough, Monarch of Ireland, 222.
O'Brien, Turlough—his death, 223.
O'Brien, Donnell, King of Thomond, 271.
O'Briens, from whom descended, 84.
O'Clery, Michael, one of the Four Masters, 52.
O'Clery, Michael—his literary labours and piety, 54.
O'Clery, Michael—his first work, Trias Thaumaturgas, 52.
O'Clery, Michael—rewrote the Book of Invasions, 54.
O'Clery, Michael—patronized by Fearghal O'Gara, 53.
O'Connell, Daniel, in the House of Parliament, 647.
O'Connell, Daniel—obtains Catholic Emancipation, 647.
O'Connell, Daniel—represented Ireland, 641.
O'Connell, Daniel—his life, 642.
O'Connell, Daniel—his maiden speech, 643.
O'Connell, Daniel—Doneraile Conspiracy, 643.
O'Curry, Eugene, when Moore visited, 37.
O'Curry, Eugene—his opinion of early Irish civilization, 104.
O'Curry, Eugene—his labours, 38.
O'Curry, Eugene—on Erinn, 48n.
O'Curry, Eugene—on Keating's statement of Irish descent, 68.
O'Curry, Eugene—on Cormac's writings, 104n.
O'Curry, Eugene—on the Bachall Isu, 115.
O'Curry, Eugene—on Brehon Laws, 145.
O'Curry, Eugene—on Irish saints, 178.
O'Curry, Eugene—on musical instruments, 250.
O'Curry, Eugene—on Irish martyrs, 416.
O'Connor, Hugh, 308.
O'Connor, Felim, 309, 313.
O'Connor of Offaly, 339.
O'Connor, Roderic, 235.
O'Connor, expelled from Offaly, 408.
O'Connor—returns to Ireland, 411.
O'Connor, Margaret, a literary lady, 374.
O'Connor, Nuala, 321.
O'Connor, Nuala—establishes the monastery of Franciscans at Donegal, 321.
O'Connor, Nuala—her death, 322.
O'Connor, Arthur, 624.
O'Connor Faly, Margaret, visits England, 411.
O'Daly, the poet, 303.
O'Donnell, Hugh, entertainment of, at Windsor, 387.
O'Donnell, Hugh Roe, his treacherous capture, 447.
O'Donnell, Hugh Roe—leaves Ireland, 459.
O'Donnell More, died at Assaroe, 313.
O'Donovan, Dr., quotations from, on Brehon laws, 144.
Odran, St., 147.
O'Duffy, Catholicus, 304.
O'Duffy, Donnell, 233.
O'Flaherty, his Chronology, 81.
Ogham writing, 149.
Oghma, Danann prince, invented the writing called Ogham Craove, 76.
Ogygia of the Greeks, 72.
Ogygia, account in, of ancient writings, 148n.
O'Hagan, the Abbot Imar, 229.
O'Hartigan, Kenneth, 221.
O'Hurley, Dr., 453.
Ollamh Fodhla, 89.
Ollamh, office and qualifications of a, 83, 86.
O'Loughlin, Donnell, 226.
O'Loughlins of Tyrone, 231.
O'More, Rory Oge, 437.
O'More, Roger, 480.
O'Neill, Donough, 207.
O'Neill, Shane, 409.
O'Neill, Shane—feared by the English, 418.
O'Neill, Shane—attempts to poison him, 419.
O'Neill, Shane—Lord Chancellor Cusack persuades him to forget the poisoning, 420.
O'Neill, Shane—he is killed treacherously, 422.
O'Neill, Hugh, marriage of, 450.
O'Neill, Hugh—his insurrection, 454.
O'Neill, Hugh—defeats Bagnal, 455.
O'Neill, Hugh—his interview with Essex, 456.
O'Neill, Hugh—attempts to assassinate him, 458.
O'Neill, Hugh—his power decreases, 461.
O'Neill, Hugh—plot to entrap him, 468.
O'Neill, Hugh—his flight and death in Rome, 469.
O'Neill, Sir Phelim, 480.
O'Neill, Sir Phelim—marches against Monroe, 493.
O'Neill, Owen Roe, 480.
O'Neill, Hugh Boy, slain in 1283, 332.
O'Neill, Donnell, 198.
Ormonde, the Duke of, 483.
Ormonde, the Duke of—his intrigues, 492.
Orpheus, first writer who mention Ireland, 71.
Orr, Mr., his trial and death, 620.
O'Toole, St. Laurence, Archbishop of Dublin, 234.
O'Toole, St. Laurence—his genealogy, 235.
O'Toole, St. Laurence—Abbot of St. Kevin's monastery, at Glendalough, 235.
O'Toole, St. Laurence—his patriotism, 267.
O'Toole, St. Laurence—his journey to France, 290.
O'Toole, St. Laurence—sent as ambassador to Henry II., 281.
O'Toole, St. Laurence—his death, 290.
Oirdnidhe, Hugh, the legislator, 179.
Palatines, the, 580.
Palladius, St., mission of, 109.
Partholan, landing of, 58.
Partholyan, English traditions of, 71.
Patrick, St., his birthplace, 112.
Patrick, St.—visits Tara, 120.
Patrick, St.—his successful preaching, 123.
Patrick, St.—relic of his hand, 134.
Patrick, St.—his copy of the Gospels, 134.
Patrick, St.—his burial-place, 133.
Patrick, St.—devotion of his servant, 125.
Patrick, St.—his death, 126.
Patrick, St.—his vision, 113.
Patrick, St.—his prayer for Ireland, 135.
Patrick, St.—destruction of the idols, 121.
Patrick, St.—his Hymn, 120.
Patrick, St.—his captivity, 113.
Peep-o'-Day Boys and Defenders, 613.
Pelasgian remains, 158.
Pembroke, Earl of, plots against, 311.
Penal Laws, enactment of, 576.
Perrot, Sir John, 417.
Petrie, Dr., quotations from, on Brehon laws, 115.
Petty, Sir William, 541.
Philosophical Society, the Dublin, 546.
Phoenician colonization of Spain, 70.
Phoenician—circumnavigation of Africa, 69.
Physicians, establishment of their college in Dublin, 543.
Picts, landing of the, 79.
Pitt, William, 613.
Plantation of Connaught, 510.
Plantation—of Ulster, 469.
Plowden's account of the atrocities of the military, 622.
Plunkett, Dr., his trial and execution, 528.
Plunkett, Lord, in parliament, 640.
Poyning's Parliament, 379.
Poyning's—law, and its effects, 382.
Presentation Order, 593n.
Priests, cruel massacre of, 496.
Priests—their efforts to save Protestants, 483.
Protestant Church, state of, 425.