From An Illustrated History of Ireland by Margaret Anne Cusack
Gall, St., 177.
Galls, description of, 187n.
Gallic Church, labours of the Irish in, 177.
Gaul, the Celts of, 73.
Gaul, Irish saints venerated in, 183.
Geisill, battle of, 78n.
Genealogies, differences between, and pedigrees, 80-82.
Genealogies, Milesian, 79.
Genealogies, peculiar historical value of, 80.
Genealogies and pedigrees, 51.
General Assembly at Kilkenny, 485.
Geographical accounts of Ireland, 72.
George I., 582.
Geraldines, rising of, 1534, 390
Geraldines—ancestor of the, 333.
Geraldines— their wars, 334.
Geraldines—defeated at Kenmare, 325.
Germanus, St., his Canons, 117.
Gertrude, St., daughter of King Pepin, 177.
Gherardini, letter from the, 384.
Gilla Caemhain, an Irish writer, 49.
Gilla Caemhain—gives annals of all times, 49.
Ginkell, General, 568.
Glundubh, Nial, lamentation for, 196.
Gold ornaments, 157.
Goldsmith, his life, 609.
Gordon's, Mr., account of the atrocities of the military, 628, 629.
Gormgal, St., 221.
Gormflaith, Brian Boroimhe's wife, 210.
Gospels, the, used by St. Patrick, 134.
Graces, the, 474.
Grammatica Celtica, 46.
Granard and Staigue, 237.
Grattan's demand for Irish independence, 590.
Grattan—his life, 607.
Grattan—entrance into the Imperial Parliament, 640.
Grainne, pursuit of, and Diarmaid, 106.
Greeks said to have visited Ireland, 139.
Grey, Lord, desecrates churches, 133.
Grey, John de, 301.
Guaire, his hostility to St. Columba, 167.
Harp, when first used as an emblem, 249.
Haverty's History of Ireland, 221n.
Henry II. lands in Ireland, 270.
Henry II.—produces the Bull, 274.
Henry II.—makes his son Lord of Ireland, 287.
Henry II.—holds a synod at Cashel, 273.
Henry II.—his palace, 272.
Henry II.—his death, 294.
Henry IV., his reign, 368.
Henry V., 369.
Henry VI., Wars of the Roses, 371.
Henry VII., 379.
Henry VIII., 387.
Henry VIII.—persecutions during the reign of, 401.
Henry VIII.—Dr. Browne's letter to, 399.
Herodotus, quotations from, 69.
Hibernia, the first buried in, 57.
Himantiliginos, game of, 141.
Himerus and Iberus, 70.
Hispania Illustrata, 70.
Historians of Erinn, 40.
Historians of the seventeenth century, 531.
Historic Tales, 86.
Historical value of genealogies, 80, 87.
History, Ecclesiastical, 227.
History of the Exile, 91.
Hoggen's Butt, and Le Hogges, 272.
Holy wells not superstitious, 143.
Honorius III., 305.
Howth family founded, 298n.
Hua Alta, race of, 125.
Hy-Figeinte (Munster), 125.
Hy-Kinsallagh (co. Carlow), 125.
Hymn of St. Fiacc, 117.
Hymn of St. Patrick, 120.
Hy-Nials, contention between the, 223.
Hy-Nials—palace of, 224.
Hy-Nials—the northern, 192.
Hy-Nials—divided into two clans, 204.