Index

From An Illustrated History of Ireland by Margaret Anne Cusack

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A.

Abbey, the Black, Kilkenny, 318.
Abbey of Mellifont, 231.
Abbey of St. Mary, 317.
Abbey of Holy Cross, 317.
Abbey of Dunbrody, 289.
Abbey of Tintern, 317.
Abbey of St. Saviour's, Dublin, 318.
Abbey of St. Thomas the Martyr, 287.
Abbey of Boyle, 316.
Abercrombie, Sir Ralph, 623.
Act of Emancipation passed, 647.
Adamnan, St., 172.
Adrian's Bull, 274.
Aedh, St., 221.
Aengus, St., 179.
Aengus, St.—his Festology, 180.
Aengus, St.—his Chronicle, 41.
Aengus Grove, Synod at, 227.
Aengus, King, baptism of, 123.
Aengus, King,—his death, 130.
Aengus, King,—ancestor of the O'Keeffes, O'Sullivans, O'Callahans, and MacCarthys, 130.
Africa, Phoenician circumnavigation of, 69.
Agrarian outrages and their causes, 613.
Agricola, 95.
Aideadh Chonchobair, legend of, 127.
Ailbhe, Princess, 105.
Ainmire, Hugh, 167.
All Hallows Eve, 88n.
Altan, St., 177.
Amalgaidh, King, and his seven sons, 124.
Amato, prelate who consecrated St. Patrick, 115.
Amlaff the Dane, 195.
Amlaff the Dane—in Dublin, 191.
Ancient pitcher, 240.
Ancient fireplaces, 240.
Ancient shoes, 252.
Ancient brooch, 270.
Ancient boot, 251.
Andrew, St., Church of, in Henry II.'s time, 272.
Anglo-Irish and old Irish, their differences at Kilkenny, 487.
Annals of Ulster, 39.
Annals of Ulster—compiled by Four Masters, 51.
Annals of Ulster—accounts in, confirmed ab extra, 68.
Annals of Ulster—poetry from, 198.
Annals of Ulster—kept with great care, 233.
Annals of Ulster—dedication of, 53.
Annals of Ulster—quotations from, 58, 59, 75, 88, 90, 94, 132, 144, 198, 199, 218, 232n, 265, 283, 388, 307, 312n, 313.
Annals of Tighernach, 48.
Annals of Inis MacNerinn, 39.
Annals of Innisfallen, 39.
Annals of Boyle, 39.
Annals of Clonmacnois, 60n.
Annals of Loch Ce, 115.
Annals of Ballitore, 630.
Annals preserved by Celtic Race, 67.
Anselm, St., commends the Irish prelates, 229.
Antiquities of pre-Christian Erinn, 148.
Antwerp, Irish soldiers in, 478.
Aqua vini and aqua vitae, 245.
Architecture of Tara, 167.
Ardmore round tower, 237.
Armagh, See of, 114.
Armagh—founded, 126.
Armagh—streets of, 187n.
Arnold on pedigree, 85n.
Arnold—on history taught by verse, 86n.
Athlone, siege of, 568.
Athlone—castle of, 314.
Athlone—bridge built, 308n.
Attacotti, revolt of the, 96.
Augustinians, Order of, 316.

B.

Bachall Isu, St. Patrick's, 114.
Bachall Isu—its wanton destruction, 115.
Ballitore, sufferings in, 630.
Balor of the Evil Eye, 64.
Banbha, the Lady, 43.
Banqueting hall at Tara, 166.
Baptism, ceremonies at, 229.
Baraid, a Scandinavian chief, 195.
Barbadoes, the Irish sent as slaves to, 515.
Bards of Erinn, or filés, 40.
Barretts, feud between Cusacks and, 332.
Barrington, Sir Jonah, on the last night of Irish Parliament, 639.
Barry, an Irishman, 601.
Barrys and Roches, 445.
Battle of Magh Tuireadh, 61.
Battle of Sliabh Mis, 75.
Battle at Taillten, 75.
Battle between the Firbolgs and Tuatha De Dananns, 62.
Battle Connor, 343.
Battle of Geisill, 78n.
Battle of Bealagh Mughna (Ballaghmoon), Kildare, 193.
Battle of Dundalk, 201.
Battle of Sulcoit, near Tipperary, 205.
Battle of Belach-Lechta, near Macroom, co. Cork, 207.
Battle of Glen-Mama (Glen of the Gap), near Dunlavin, 208.
Battle of Clontarf, 214.
Battle of Downpatrick, 325.
Battle of Benburb, 493.
Battle of the Boyne, 563.
Battle of Aughrim, 570.
Battle of the Ford of Comar, Westmeath, 160.
Battle of Magh-Rath, 171.
Battle of Almhain (near Kildare), 186.
Battle of Desertcreaght, 332.
Battle of St. Callixtus' day, 352.
Battle of Ford of the Biscuits, 451.
Beare, O'Sullivan, his History, 534.
Beasts, the three, to be hunted, 517.
Bede's account of Ireland, 79.
Bede—on Irish saints, 173.
Belgium, MSS. preserved in, 46.
Beltinne, or fire of Baal, 119.
Beltinne—origin of, 164.
Benignus, St., St. Patrick's successor in the See of Armagh, 116.
Berchan. St., 162.
Beresford faction, 616.
Bill, curious, of a play, 547n.
Bishops, Protestant, indifferent about regular ordination. 536.
Black Death, 86.
Blefed or pestilence, 162.
Bog butter and cheese, 246.
Bohun, Humphrey de, 270.
Bonnell, his statistics, 540.
Book, a, given for a ransom, 377.
Books preserved, list of, 39, 44.
Books—list of lost, 39, 40.
Book of Chronicum Scotorum, 39.

Book of Laws, 40.
Book of Ballymote, 37.
Book of Leinster, 40.
Book of Lecain, 37.
Book of Lecain—when written, 50n.
Annals of Ulster, 39.
Annals of Innisfallen, 39.
Annals of Boyle, 39.

Annals of Four Masters, 51.
Annals of Tighernach, 39.
Annals of Inis MacNerinn, 39.
Annals of Clonmacnois, 60n.
Book, Speckled, 37.
Book Cuilmenn, 40.
Saltair of Tara, 39—when written 40.
Book of Uachongbhail, 39.
Cin Droma Snechta, 39—when compiled, 43.
Saltair of Cashel, 39—when compiled, 44.
Saltair of Cormac, 41.
Saltair of St. Mochta, 44.
Saltair of Cuana, 44.
Saltair of Dubhdaleithe, 44.
Saltair of Temair, 43.
Saltair-na-Rann, 41.
Saltair of Leabhar buidhe Slaine, 44.
Saltair of Leabhar na h-Uidhre, 44.
Saltair of Eochaidh OFlannagain, 44.
Saltair of Inis an Duin, 44.
Short, of St. Buithe's Monastery, 44.
of Flann of St. Buithe's Monastery, 44.
of Flann of Dungeimhin (Dungiven, co. Derry), 44.
of Dun da Leth Ghlas (Downpatrick), 44.
of Doire (Derry), 44.
of Sabhall Phatraic (co. Down), 44.
of Uachongbhail (Navan), 44.
Leabhar dubh Molaga, 44.
Leabhar buidhe Moling, 44.
Leabhar buidhe Mhic Murchadha, 44.
Leabhar Arda Macha, 44.
Leabhar ruadh Mhic Aedhagain, 44.
Leabhar breac Mhic Aedhagain, 44.
of O'Scoba of Cluain Mhic Nois (or Clonmacnois), 44.
of Leabhar fada Leithghlinne, 44.
Book of Invasions, 54.
Book of Duil Droma Ceata, 44.
Book of Clonsost, (Queen's county), 44.
Book of Trias Thaumaturgas, 52.
Book of Hispania Illustrata, 70.
Book of Acaill, 104.
Book of Armagh, 109.
Book of Rights, 253n.
Boromean Tribute, the origin of, 98.
Boromean Tribute—remitted, 185.
Boulter, Dr., 581.
Bran Dubh, bravery and stratagem of, 168.
Bravery of the Dalcassians, 218.
Breas, the warrior, 62.
Brehon laws, 147—by whom compiled, 144.
Brendan, St., and his voyages, 169.
Brian Boroimhe, 205.
Brian Boroimhe—avenges the death of Mahoun, 207.
Brian Boroimhe—deposes Malachy, 209.
Brian Boroimhe—his wife, 211.
Brian Boroimhe—his death, 217.
Brian Boroimhe—romantic ballad of the lady, 209.
Brian Boroimhe—originator of surnames, 210n.
Brigid, St., her birthplace, 131.
Briton, origin of name, 60.
Brodir, the apostate Dane, 212.
Brodir—kills Brian Boroimhe, 217.
Browne, Dr., 395.
Bruce, invasion of, 350.
Bruce's, Edward, campaign, 342.
Bruce, Edward—his death, 345.
Brunehalt, Queen, 173.
Burke, MacWilliam, 299.
Burke, MacWilliam—head of the Burke family in Ireland, 299.
Burke, MacWilliam, 326.
Burke, MacWilliam—wars of, with the FitzGeralds, 326.
Burke, MacWilliam—defeat of, by O'Connor, 328.
Burke, celebrated statesman of 18th century, 593.
Burke—his school days, 594.
Burke—his hatred of oppression, 595.
Burke—his marriage, 596.
Burke—becomes secretary, 597.
Burke—his maiden speech, 598.
Burke—on Indian policy, 604.
Burkes and Geraldines, 333.
Burgat, Dr., his Brevis Relatio, 518n.
Burgo, Richard de, 309.
Burnt Njal, quotations from, 217.
Butlers, the, their history, 354.

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