From An Illustrated History of Ireland by Margaret Anne Cusack
Caesar, his accounts of the Druids, 138.
Cairbre, Satire of, 63.
Cairbre, Cinn-Cait, 97.
Cairbres, the three, 102.
Caligraphy, Irish skilled in, 185.
Callaghan of Cashel, 196.
Cambridge, treatise on origin of, 71.
Camden on Ogygia, 72.
Cannibalism, charge of, refuted, 74.
Cannon-balls first used, 381n.
Canons, St. Patrick's, 117.
Carew's, Sir Philip, claim, 428.
Carhampton, Lord, cruelties of, 617n.
Carmelite monasteries, 323.
Cashel, the Saltair of, 44.
Cashel, the Synod of, 275.
Cashel, massacre at, 496.
Castlehaven Memoirs, 482n.
Casts for celts, 246.
Cataldus, St., 178.
Catalogue of lost books, 44.
Cathair Crofinn, a circular fort, 165.
Cathal Carragh, 296.
Cathal Crovderg, 296.
Catholic Emancipation, 647.
Catholic worship publicly restored, 411.
Catholic Association, 583.
Catholic priests, their peculiar position and difficulties, 586.
Catholic question, a ministerial difficulty, 639.
Catholic delegates met in Dublin, 615.
Catholics, Orangemen bribed to persecute, 616n.
Catholics—penal laws against, 576.
Cauldrons as tribute, 241.
Ceann Cruach, great ancient idol of the Irish, 121.
Ceasair, taking of Erinn by, 54.
Ceasair—landing in Ireland of, 57.
Celedabhaill, his quatrains, 198.
Celestine, Pope, sends St. Patrick to Ireland, 115.
Celsus, St., 227.
Celsus, St.—when buried, 227.
Celtic language, antiquity of, 147.
Celtic language—remains of, 46.
Celtic literature, 37.
Celtic and Roman history, 81.
Celts, description of, 160.
Chariots used in Ireland, 167.
Charlemont, Earl of, his life, 607.
Charles I., reign of, 473.
Charles I.—his "faith," 475.
Charles II., reign of, 520.
Charles II.—his treatment of the loyalists, 521.
Chesterfield and Adam Smith on Ireland, 603.
Chichester, Sir John, 580.
Chichester's Parliament, 471.
Chieftains, Irish, 303.
Child, interment of a, 157n.
Christ, the age of, 94.
Christian missions, 108.
Christianity, introduction of, 112.
Chronicle of Cormac MacCullinan, 41.
Chronicle of Aengus Ceile De, 41.
Chronicle of Richard of Cirencester, 139.
Chronicum Scotorum, 58.
Chronicum Scotorum—compiled by, 50.
Chronicum Scotorum—account in, 57.
Chronicum Scotorum—on Partholan's landing in Ireland, 58.
Chronology, difficulties of, 44.
Cin Droma Snechta, 39.
Cin Droma Snechta—quotations from, 43.
Cin Droma Snechta—on Irish immigration, 58.
Circular forts, 165.
Cistercians, Order of, 316.
Cities and Cemeteries of Etruria, 155.
Clanrickarde, Earl of, 356.
Clare, Lord, on Irish cultivation, 638.
Clare election, the, 649.
Clarence, Duke of, 371.
Clergy, state of the Catholic, in the reign of Elizabeth, 426.
Clonmacnois, the Annals of, 60n.
Clubs in the seventeenth century, 546.
Clynn, the annalist, 319.
Cobhthach Cael, 90.
Codex, containing Venerable Bede's works, 47.
Coigley, Father, arrested and hanged, 624.
Colgan, his labours, 52.
Colgan—mention of, 534.
College of Physicians, establishment of, in Dublin, 543.
Colleges, continental, established for Irish students, 535.
Colonists—Scythians, Greeks, 68.
Colonization, proofs of our early, 55.
Colonization—the last, 75.
Columba, St., and the Bards, 168.
Columbanus, St., his rule, 173.
Columbanus—on papal supremacy, 176.
Commercial status of Irish towns, 540.
Comyn, John, Archbishop of Dublin, 291.
Comyn, John—his imprisonment, 295.
Confessions, St. Patrick's, 113.
Conaire II., 103.
Conaire II.—collects laws, 104.
Conn of the Hundred Battles, 101.
Conn's half of Ireland, 102.
Connaught, ancient, 64.
Connaught—massacre in, 297.
Connaught—three claimants for, 307.
Connaught—rising of the men, 323.
Connaught,—plantation of, 475.
Conor Mac Nessa, legend of, 127.
Conor Mac Nessa—death of, 128.
Controversy, theological, of the "Three Chapters," 175.
Cooke, Mr., publishes a pamphlet, 631.
Coote's cruelties, 482.
Cork Militia, cruelties of the, 626.
Cormac, author of Saltair of Tara, 104.
Council at Tara, 172.
Courcy, John de, in Ulster, 286.
Courcy, John de—his valour, 286.
Courcy, John de—his defeat in Antrim, 288.
Courcy, John de—his death, 298.
Craftine, the poet, 91.
Cranmer, Archbishop, 410.
Cremation not usual in Erinn, 155.
Crom Chonaill, the, 162.
Cromlechs—in the Phoenix Park, 161.
Cromwell arrives in Ireland, 500.
Cromwell—marches to Drogheda, 500.
Cromwell—massacre at Drogheda, 501.
Cromwell—his cruelties, 503.
Cromwell—brutality of his soldiers, 503.
Cromwell—his massacre at Wexford, 503.
Cromwellian settlement in Ireland, 512n.
Crovderg, Hugh, 307—his death, 308.
Cruelties of English officers, 417.
Crystede, his account of Ireland, 363.
Cuilmenn, the, 40.
Culdees, the, 182.
Culdees—question on the, 179n.
Curia Regis, held at Lismore, 273.
Curragh of Kildare, 255.
Curran, his life, 606.
Cusack, Sir Thomas, 409.
Cusack, Sir Thomas—favours O'Neill, 421.
Custom-house built, 638.
Da Derga, destruction of the court of, 91.
Dalriada, the Irish, 131.
Danes, Malachy's exploits against the, 207.
Danes—in Ireland, 204.
Danes—cruelties of the, 190.
Danes—divided into Black and White Gentiles, 191.
Danes—found seaport towns, 200.
Danes—supposed conversion of, 204.
Danes—the Dalcassians fight the, 206.
Danish fortress in Dublin, 278n.
Danish—the first invasion, 188.
Danish—attempted second invasion, 224.
Danish—pirates, first raid of the, 188.
Danish—valour, battle of Clontarf, 215.
D'Alton on the Round Towers, 153.
D'Alton—on History, Religion, &c, of Ancient Ireland, 68n.
Defective Titles, Commission of, 475.
Derry, siege of, 558.
Dervorgil, the Lady, 234.
Desmond, Earls of, their ancestors and descendants, 282n.
Desmond Castle, 221.
Desmond, Earl of, his witty reply, 384.
Destruction of the idols, 121.
Details of the atrocities of the military, 621.
Diarmaid, Princess, pursuit of, 106.
Diarmaid's reign, misfortunes of, 167.
Dicho, St. Patrick's first convert, 116.
Dinnseanchus, a topographical work, 164.
Dog, story of a faithful, 571.
Domhnach, Gaedhilic term for Sunday, 121.
Domhnach Airgid, 134n.
Dominican Order in Ireland, 318.
Donatus, St., 178.
Doneraile Conspiracy, 643.
Dowdall, Dr., opposition of, 410.
Downpatrick, battle of, 325.
Drapier's Letters, the, 581.
Dress of the poorer classes in Ireland in seventeenth century, 552.
Drink of the ancient Irish, 243.
Drinking vessels of different kinds, 243.
Druids and their teaching, 137.
Drumceat, first convention held at, 167.
Drury, his cruelties, 443.
Drury—his death, 443.
Dubhdaleithe, Book of, 44.
Dublin in the seventeenth century, 544.
Dublin, fashionable and prosperous, 638.
Dubtach salutes St. Patrick at Tara, 121.
Duke of Clarence, Viceroy, 371.
Duke of York, viceroyalty of, 375.
Dunboy, siege of, 460.
Duncheadh, St., 221.
Dundalk, battle of, 201.