THE FIRST PLANTATIONS: NOTES

Taken from A History of Ireland by Eleanor Hull

Start of Chapter

[1] Carew, Cal., ii, No. 20, p. 18 (August 2, 1575).

[2] Carew, Cal., ii, No. 627, pp. 442-443 (April 18, 1587); Ulster Journal of Archaeology (1856), iii, 341-342.

[3] He may have been the John Callow entered at Gray's Inn in 1557.

[4] Cal. S.P.I., Eliz. (1808), vi, 395.

[5] Annals of the Four Masters, 1577 (Vol. V, p. 1695); O'Sullevan Beare, Hist. Cath. Iber. Comp., vol. ii, Bk. IV, ch. vi.

[6] P. O'Sullevan Beare, op. cit., vol. ii, Bk. IV, ch. v; Carew, Cal., ii, No. 501, p. 355 (March 1, 1583).

[7] Fynes Moryson, Itinerary (1617), ii, 76-77; Annals of the Four Masters, 1600 (vol. vi, pp. 2179, 2187).

[8] Hinkson, Ireland in the Seventeenth Century, ii, 190; Nelson, Collections, ii, 519.

[9] See an interesting series of articles on the French settlements in Ireland in the Ulster Journal of Archaeology (Old Series), vols. i, ii, iii.

[10] Essex to Burghley, July 20, 1573, Lives of the Devereux, Earls of Essex, 1, 31-32.

[11] Lives of the Devereux, i, 115, 116; Hill, Macdonnells of Antrim, pp. 184-185; Carew, Cal., ii, No. 19 (July 31, 1575), pp. 16-17.

[12] Carew, Cal., ii, No. 23, p. 21; Lives of the Devereux, i, 119.

Start of Chapter


Library Ireland Facebook