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PREFATORY NOTE
In the preparation of this index to Analecta volume 16 Hibernica I have in general followed the pattern Used in numbers 5, 9 and 13. Certain departures from the established practice, which were found in volume necessary because of the particular difficulties of the matter in this foreword. will be the subject of comment 16, 16. Irish was used Two editorial languages were used in volume in the longest contribution?the report on the Vatican Archives by as well as An tAthair Padraig Eric Mac Fhinn, D.D.?in which, and calendars of original documents, translations excerpts are given In in Latin, Italian, French, English and, in one item, in Spanish. the remainder of volume the editorial 16 (pp. 281-389) language is I made the of the Commission the instructions English. Following index in the second language. names occurring in Irish, It Was As many in pages 1-280 were In order to show the forms to translate them into English. necessary used in the original report on these pages I have given the Irish names For references and titles in round brackets after the translation. taken from this section of volume 16 I have Used an asterisk to denote references where the Irish form is used or where references occur in the or precis. editor's paraphrasing stated, references to Alternatively 1-280 not bearing an asterisk are to be found in the transcripts pages in Latin, French, to Italian, English, Spanish or in forms peculiar these languages. Persons bearing titles of honour or office have in most cases been identified and primary entries are given under the family name. Cross-references to titles of peers and their wives are given in the index of persons, to bishops in the index of places under bishoprics, to officials in the index of subjects under office. With regard to titles, only those found in the text (or the chief title) will be found in the il marchese Hamiltone For example, has been identified as index. 3rd marquis of Hamilton, K.G., Duke of Hamilton, James Hamilton, of Clydesdale, Earl of Arran and Cambridge, Lord Aven marquis 3rd marquis and Inerdale : he is given in the index as James Hamilton, are to be of Hamilton. institutions and ecclesiastical Ecclesiastics taken as Catholic unless otherwise stated. some of the identifications, In attempting to make particularly it was difficult to of persons holding office in continental countries, In such for absolute certainty. find references which would make cases tentative are included in square brackets. A identifications similar device was used to indicate tentative datings where docu ments quoted do not bear dates. These suggested dates are derived, from the context, sometimes by the overall dates of the sometimes occurs and sometimes in which the particular document volumes While every by the dates of the preceding or succeeding documents. was made to suggest correct dates, nevertheless attempt they must It must also be observed that dates only be taken as approximate. arid not necessarily given in the index are the dates of documents 3

those of the events referred to. " For example, under Parliament of enactments reads beneficial to Catholics Ireland, an" entry which is dated 1816. Dates of tenure of bishoprics are taken passed by from Handbook of British Chronology. Arrangement
chronological.

of references

under

primary

entries

is, in general,

On pages 188-9 and 194-6 two lists are given of inhabitants of in 1751 in favour of their Stranorlar parish, who signed a document these lists are not identical, a large number of parish priest. While names occur in both and almost in the same order. Where the lists were at variance and the (for example, one list gives John Mansy are given as primary entries other gives John Muney) the variants
and cross-references are supplied.

of Analecta Since the publication volume Hibernica, 16, micro films of the Inghilterra series (p. 11 et seq.) and of a number of books in the Annesley collection for and have been made (pp. 359-369) in the National At the end of this prefatory note Library. deposited the reference numbers to these films are given. I ndeireadh baire, is mian liom bufochas a thabhairt do na daoine an tsaolhair a chabhraigh seo. Orthti sin liom agus me ag ullmhu ta an Dochtuir Oirmhinncach go hairithe IVidraig Eric Mac Fhimij an Dochtuir R. C. Simington agus an tAthair Cathaldus Giblin, Ta buiochas ag dul freisin don Dochtiiir R. I. Best agus don O.F.M. a thugadar dom i ngcall ar an chomhairle T. W. Moody Dochtuir faoi phointi achrannacha. mac Giolla Breandan Choille.

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LIST OF CONTENTS OF
ANALECTA No. 1. Scribhinni tAthair HIBERNICA, 16 (published Nos. March, 16 and 1946) 17

an Vatican, i gCartlainn do scriobh an tuarascbhail Eric Mac Fhinn, M.A., D.D., pp. 1-280. Padraig

2< Some Unpublished Texts from the Black Book of Christ Church, edited by Aubrey Gwynn, S.J., M.A., pp. 281-337. Dublin, : Reports 3. Annesley and Descriptive Co. Down Cata Collection, issued by Irish Record Commission logues (1825) and Public of Documents Record Office received by (1901) : Accounts for photographing, National Dublin, Library, by presented R, C. Simington, pp. 339-373. 4. The Office 1661-69, of General Registrar to the Court of Claims, R. C. Simington, pp. 375-385. presented by
notice of Rev. Dr. Timothy Corcoran, S.J., p.

A.D.

5.

Obituary

386.

6. Obituary

notice

of Edmund

Curtis,

pp.

387-9.

No.

17 (published

November,

1949) Irishmen, presented

of the Dublin Society of United 1. Proceedings Ph.D , pp. 1 113. by R. B. McDowell, 2. Index of Will

presented

by Miss

in the Genealogical Abstracts Office, P. Beryl Eustace, pp. 115-348. to the Public keconl Office,

Dublin,

transferred 3. Records 349-350. 4. Obituary notice

Dublin,

pp

of Eoin

Mac N6ill,

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351-353.

(Each number Government),

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A
of, see (Abbiuille), marquis sir Ignatius. White, of Canterbury, Abbot, George, abp. I to persecute Irish urges James 1613, 85*, 85. Catholics, earl of Dublin, 309. Ableb, Roman Ferdinando, Acquaroni, will of deceased banker, disputes 215*1 Irishman, 1780, Zacharia Acsamitek, Domenico, prints last of Blessed Oliver oratjon Plunket. 159. 1681, Adam de Collehi, br. 337. 1317, of Amasia Ferdinando d', abp. Adda, in and nuncio (Papal representative 11*, 47* 10*, England, 1685-88), 71. 84*, to Card. Cibo, 1685 -letters 72*1 89, 47*-70*, from -letters Card. Cibo, 90*. 74*-80*, 1686-88, to Mgr. Casoni, 1686 -letters 87 and 93*. 1689, 89*f, -? letters 1686, 72*, 89*, from, 91*. of letteis -minutes to, 1686 Abbeuille 89, 80, 8Q*-84*. -documents 70*?E, 71. -consecration to and from,

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Adda, to

16?INDEX

PERSONS
Fcrdinando, him consult

lord Sunderland about to assistance 63*. poor Catholics, 1687, with -talks lord Sunderland, 1088, 66*. ??-to consecrate Irish new 1688, 67*. bishop, ?_ .-to mind about learn, King's Irish episcopal 1688, arrangements, 79*, 80. -to inform certain Irish pre in degrees lates of dispensations of and affinity, 1688, 64*. consanguinity over -and dispute property of fr Peter Walsh, 1688, 65*. of bequest ?__-and execution to Convent of Kilkenny, 1688, 79*. of his -account departure from London, 70*. 1689, to James II -bids farewell in Paris, 1689, 69*. see Ley Adramitense, monsignor, bourne, John. Roman Adrian, 324, 326. emperor, Adrian 327. III, Pope, Adrian 328. IV, Pope, of Winchester, Aethelwealdt, bp. see Edclwald. of Dr. Baldwin, executor Agah, James, 1766, 355. on and note letter Agneo, Carlo, financial aid to Irish Catholics, 1699, 160*. see Airear Iarla no Diucai, Gaidheal, Archibald. Campbell, = of Misinopolis,? Al[anus ?], bp.

1686-89, Amasia,

as of abp. 90*. 1687, 60*f, of fr Magauran -and conduct O.F.M., 1686-87, 52*, 54*, 54, 56*, 77. 75*-77*, brief to James Smith, Alexander, II, 47*. q.v. -gives see Alexander Alastar to Capuchin father -answer' VII, Papa, VII, in London, 1686, 50*. Pope. of Hungary, with -trouble on 292. Albanus, king Capuchins to Ireland, d. 286, 326. 91*. 1686, way martyr, -.? see Van Keppel, earl of, trouble Irish mission about Albemarle, aries in London, 1686, 90*. Arnold-Joust. -to about 331. enforce decree IAlbert, 1240-46, abp. of Armagh, Albeville return to their of Irish Franciscans of, (Albeuille), marquis see White, sir Ignatius. 76*. 1686, province, see White, -.-seeks about Count Count order Irish Albi, d', Dalbe. at Sorbonne, student 1686, 51*. see of dissertation -and printing Albiuille (Albyville), of, marquis sir Ignatius. of Irish priest at Sorbonne, 1686, 74*. White, see Audeley, certain Aldithley, de, person gone -reports James to Ireland, de. 1686, 89*, 89. James with -interview lord Tyr Rafele, Alessio, secretary monsignor of Latin to Pope, 271* letters 1816, connell, 1686, 55*. -earns be 273. approval papal is sent cause to Jord Tyrconnell Alexander 326. I, Pope, Alexander 76*. 333. II, Pope, Ireland, 1686, letter to Sultan to -asks Alexander lord III, Pope, Tyrconnell of for peace and unity 287. strive, Iconium, among ?.-sends in Ireland 58*. 1177, legate to Ireland, clergy [1687], II to assist -to urge 329. James Alexander lord Tyrconnell, 331. IV, Pope, 1687, 71*.

9

10
Alexander Papa),

No.

16?INDEX

OF PERSONS

notes of letters I Antonelli, VII, VII, (Alastar Pope Leonardus, to be written I 154*. 114. by, 1793, 114*, ??-to on letter to abp. elect of Tuam, of report founding in Ireland seminaries and England, 154*. 154, the great, 288. 117. Alexander 1794, 117*, -document about oath of Alexander, papa (? recte-=.Alexander 326. 124. Severus, allegiance, emperor), III of Scotland, -extract from Alexander 335. to letters of G. Britain Catholics 324. and Ireland Alexandrinus, of S. Patrick's, dean 143*. 1795, Aleyn, John, of -letters from in nuncio Dublin, proposed archbishop Brussels 1472, 290. to, 1780, 1786, [1765], 211*, see Eleanor 216*. of I Alianora, i Queen, see Barberini, Castile. Card. Antonio, Cardinal, Antonio. commissioner of Allen, William, | duchess Court of Claims, Commonwealth 377. Antrim, of, see Manners, lady Alphonso I Catherine. son of Edward (Alfonso), -earls of England, Alex 335. of, see Mac Donnell, or Randal. ander 326. S., bp. of Milan, [ Ambrose, to report liberation 324, 326. Aquila, Amiltone, Signor, 327. of Irish priest, ARATORy 1636, 20. of Tinnehinch 325. Archdekin, Anacletus, James, Pope, and Ballyhrgan, 356. Anastasius, 255, 326. flor.y advertisement about Irish 3251 Archer, Andrew, S., apostle, see Anne, 120. Anna, poplin, Bainrioghain, Queen. to -Don lord, see Gore, Bartholomew, Annaly, chaplain John. ambassador of France, Anne, (Anna, extraordinary Bainrioghain), Queen as bishop of Ferns, recommended recognition 1705, by Irish hierarchy, 93. 1636, 18*, 19. 93*, to be sought -usual faculties of of Austria, Anne regent queen a reference na Frainnce), to B. France for, 1635 (probably (Bainrioghain 17*, 17. Archer), gold rose for, 1645, 29*, 38*. Pope's see Annesley, S. (Naomh earl Ardan, 105*, 105. of, Anglesey, Ardan), S. in Arthur. Argenti, Giovanni, [O.P., to abp. of Dublin, 341. Annesley Clemente], agent family, of Dublin letters from 1st earl of Anglesey, to, Arthur, Annesley, abp. of and receiver vice-treasurer 1812-13, 128, 275*. 128*f., general treasurer for Ireland, of the 1660-67, Argyle, (Arghil, Arghile, Argyll, Airear earls of, see Camp and lord privy seal, 1672, Gaidheal), Navy Archibald. bell for putting in execu commissioner family; Campbell, tion P.M. Aristotle, of, 288. Declaration, 341, 1660, epistle Bruce*s her Edward Olive, Armstrong, 382, 348, 352, 364, 366, 368f, 371, Invasion 321. 384. of Ireland, -sir viscount Arran, ^Hamilton, Valentia, lord, Francis, probably of the clerk and q.v. 1648, signet, James, 37*f. of State, 341. Artagano, fr, 1645-46, secretary name of Castlewellan, Francis 341. -hon. Arundel, of, John suggested of to Emperor for author of letter for sale of for trustee -Francis, 294. feited 370, estates, 341, 345, 359f, Constantinople, to author of letter -Roau of, 373 of Constantinople, 293f. 341. -Francis 1801, Charles, Emperor 3rd lord Arundell, 34If. -Gerald Arundell, F., of Newcastle, Henry, of privy 5th earl Annesley, seal, [1687] 343, keeper proposed -Pugh, 3701 59*, 59. of abbot William 348. lord Annesley, Ashbourne, of, -James, S. Mary's, 346. 1309, 324. Mabel, -lady or 5th 4th 2nd earl Annesley, Bertram, Ashburnham, 343, -Richard, 407. earl of Ashburnham, 347, 358. see Cooper, Ashley of 3rd earl lord, -William Richard, (Ashly), -. 358f. Annesley, 1093 S., abp. of Canterbury, Anselm, 1109, 314, 328. Antarim Antrim, Antrom), (Anthrim, earls oft see Mac Donnell. Anthony, br, see O'Donnell, Anthony. Pre Cardinal Leonardus, Antonelli, Pre of Propaganda, fect 1780-95, 114*. fect of England, Ashley. Anthony fr Arcangelo O.D.C., dell', Assunta, of the Sacred counsellor Congrega tion of Rites and of the Inquisition, about Relief Catholic his opinion 131. 131*, Bill, [1813], lord d. Aston 1778, [sir Richard], common of chief pleas, justice 354. Ireland,

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OF PERSONS 11

duke Col. John lord of Man Athol, Bariff, of, James (an Coirneal Sean), see Murray, to Ormond, and the Isles, favourable 35*. James. co. Audeley de, Barlow, (Aldithley), James John, Aghnamallagh, of Ireland, 333. 356. 1270-72, 1742, Monaghan, justiciary sir Richard, Richard Barnewall Aueringis, de, see paverings, (Barnwell), Richard de. his Barnewall, (? or sir Patrick son) of Be Civitate Augustine, II, 351. S., author temp. Charles 326. Baronio, Dei, Barron, Signor, (?=Geonxey in Comment. Rinucc. 327. vi, p. -[of 215), Canterbury], son of George of Eoghan Ruadh Augustus, III, Prince, reports victory 112*. O' Neill, 1646, 32*. -statues 105. in Rome Bakonius, for, 105*, Cardinal, Bark Irish i, Raymond, 18C0, 121*. gentleman, to Rome 3rd baron and Loreto, Francis, Aungier, 1638, Aungier pilgrim 1st earl of Longford, 24. and 352. 24*, -.? his Histoire commissioner for put du Bariujhl, [Abb(5], in execution 117*f. H.M. Declaration, Clcrgr, ting David of Ireland, Barry, 1660, 384. de, justiciar 333. Aurelius Aurelius Antoni 1266-67, (?=Marcus -sir lord chief of 326. nus, Emperor), James, justice com of Chief v. Gibbons the in Court and Austin, place, Kjag missioner for putting in execution Austin, 35^* v. Gibbons H.M. -in Brabazon and 1660, 384. Declaration, co. Cork, 355. 356. -Thomas, Austin, 1766, Lyre, ? ? see Barri, Aylmer, 1816, 145*. Raymond. Signor or Capitan, at end of Papal lessee A. Barrymore, of, 1765, 355. [?] Z. [?], (initials see Fitzjames, to Irish bishops, letter duke 268. of, Baruick, 1816), of Berwick. duke James, 3rd earl Bathurst, B. Bathurst, William, of War and Colonies, Secretary receives sent to Irish Cister B., monk named, 1812-27, Quarantotti's as visitator, cian houses 134*. 1814, letter, 1227, 319. trustee for sale of for Batelli, Christo Baggs, [Ioannes John, Archbishop of briefs 345. feited d. 1725], estates, phorus, secretary to Princes, letters nuncio in Paris, Bagni, to, 1715 and 1719, Nicolo, papal ^ee Nuncio of 161*ff. in Athens, abp. / to a cardinal -letter France. about in High diocesan Court in Ireland, Baillie, arrangements Hugh, judge of Admiralty, 356. 162*. 1744, 1717, -.-to for bp. of Trinity order of brief Provost Baldwin, Dr., 162. v. execu in Waller 162*, Dublin, Clonfert, College, de Beaupais], tors of Dr. Baldwin, Beaupuys, 1766, 355f. [? le Seigneur in France, his special on and Rinuccini's affairs William, Ball, report statutes, 1821, 343. 1645, 30*. earl of Baliol Beck, de, 289. of, (Ballyolf), John Antoync of Scotland"], of Canter S. Thomas, Becket, 301, [King abp. Galloway 336f. 317, 329, 331. oury, the Venerable, of Christ d. 735, 327. Adam Balsham, de, Bede, prior of till 1300, 300, 302f. Church Godwin's Bel[?], Jo., printing of 280. card, prefect Barberini, Antonio, Annals, 1616, 280*, to Consalvi, of letter Bellew 1632-71, [?], B. N., Propaganda, protector to and letters from papal Ireland, 1816, 145*. fr Giacomo, examiner cf in London, 1634-36 M.C., Belli, representatives the of 15*-28*. ?nd Congregation bishops for bishopric about the -and candidate Holv Office, opinion 19. oaths for Catholics, of Ferns, 129*, 129. 1636, 18*f, [1813], of -attacked about selection 1636, by fr pares, -opinion 20. 130*. 20*, bishops, about -letter of lord Herve}?-, Irish friend ?, Bellow, imprisoned 216. 20. 1636, to, 20*, 1786, 216*, priest to queen of England sir Bellings -gratitude Bellinghe), (Bellingh, of Irish friar, 1637, 22. of the for liberation secretary Supreme Henry, as pro -Carafa in his place 40*. 34*, Council, tector of Ireland, 1648, 36*. accompanying journey .-Card. 101. Francis, Rinuccini, 1645, 40*. _____ letter of alle to oath about Belloni, signor signor. Agent 156*. 1666, giance, 180*, 180. [1745], Dylon, cent. Barkt, William, Benedict, 15, 5. S., 327.

12
Benedict, England, Benedict, Pope. Benedict quarrel 306. fr, 1687, lord, XII, with

No.
pretended

16?INDEX OF PERSONS
custom VIII, to end of of Walter Blake, (Uait^ar), bp. of bishops and selection Achonry, and dignitaries, 170. 1745, 170*, 19. Boccabella, Monsignor, -to for seek usual faculties Irish 17. 1635, chaplain, in dissolute -and priests 1637, 23. London, v. Bodkin, in King Bodkin, 1765, 355 . of bishops -Rev. and Val., agent of secular Ireland, signs clergy to J. C. Hippisley, address 1794, 118. Richard, 1756, 356. Boland, Dublin, his treatment Bonaparte, Napoleon, of Pius VII, 137*. 1814, to Card. his letter Bonelli, Angelo, 145*. Consalvi, 1816, Boniface VIII, (Benedict Pope Lord Gaetano, 291, 296f, Benedict), 337. 303, 335, to Pro Borgia, secretary Stcphanus, signs letter to bp. of Ossory, paganda, 1776, 215. Ferns dioc. Bossciikk, Lanierius, cent. 15, 5 of Vicar Mossw, Arnoldo, Apostolic itiou of the Mission, Gougivg Aleppo, of about Icttcis lord marriage to and from, 1765, 106*f, Montagu 106. Bopulfus S., 335. (Botillfus), of Lombard Mr. Bourk, (an Burcach), of Cashel at Paris, College abp. 166. for, 1737, 165*, speaks see -Thomas, O.P., bp of Ossory,

61. 61*, see Boniface

effort Pope, abp. Bickncr,

1337-8,

Benedict 1740 XIV, Pope (Papa), 239. "58, 103*, 103, 169*, 233*, -letter about and clergy, regular 180*. secular, [1750], -letter about union of proposed Kilfenora and Kilmacduagh dioceses, 180*. 1750, measures Protestant against schools in Ireland, 180*. [1745], to confer on canonicates -urged those 1750, approved by bishops, 182*. -his for provision aid sought of Catholic 182. 1750, schools, 182*, -and Ireland petition concerning 184. to, 1752, 184*, for Irish procurator in Rome -help to be sought 185. from, 1753, 185*, -and in Straiiorlar par., dispute 1751, 192f, 190*f, 196*, 199*, 197, 199, 201. Win. (?=lord k, d. 1839), letter to [1814], 137*. vicar Charles, Berington, apostolic of midland d. district, England, 1778, 125*, 125. against, complaints lord John 365. Berkeley, [d. 1678], his Vita Malachiae, Bernard, S., 328. 3163, his and Statutes Berry, F., Henry Ordnances and Acts of the Parliament ; John to Henry of Ireland V, 287, 343. see Fitzjames, duke Berwick, of, Admiral Beniink, Cavendish Hrntuu from Card. I\icca

a Burc), Oliver, (Oilibh6ar of the Catholic Faith, OP., enemy 156. 1668, 155*, Gilbert le, an English Bouteillier, letter discovers fabulous crusader, of Constantinople, 293f. to Emperor of Protestant Michael, Boyle, abp. Bhaile Atha Dublin (Airdeasbog James. sir William, d. 1853, Ulster Betham, Cliath), - 49*, 49. from chancellor removed 321. king of arms, sir Thomas, commissioner 1686, 59*, 59. Beverley, ship of Ireland, treasure! earl of Cork, of Act for execution of Settlement, -Richard, 18. cf Ireland, 385. 18*, 1636, 1662, ? -two sons ol, 1636, 18*, 18. on govern Bianchi, (?), authority ??of earl 2ud in election of bishops, Cork, ment influence Richard, for of Ireland, commissioner treasurer 131*. into execution in canon H.M. Declara Francesco, Bianchini, putting of S. Mary Major, basilica 1660, 384. tion, 1719, 99*. 1st earl of Orrery, d. 1679, Bicknor -Roger, Bikenore, (Bikenor, Byde 382f. de, abp. of Dublin, nore), Alexander v. Gibbons and Brabazon Austin, 310-312. 1317-49, 291, 304, 306f, Dr. Ludwig, 1766, 355. 283, 293, Bieler, 287f, the second Bradly 307. (0 Brollachain), see Bikenor O.P., bp, Alexander, Brullaghaun, [?=Patrick (Bikenore), of Derry, de. Alexander 1751, 191*, 193, 1751-52], Bicknor, -see also Official Brullaughan, Birch, English (? in Major, Patrick. 122. 1801, Rome), 1755 Stranorlar Brady, James, bp. of Ardagh, Birn, Margan (Morgan), 88, 201. 1751, 189, 194. par., of Dromore, 1770 v. Blake, 356. in Perryn -Patrick, Blake, bp. 1758 80, 201. -Anthonj, abp. of Armagh, de Oliver aiso Burgo, 87, 201. |-see Bourke

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Burgo, Thomas de.

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Braibrok

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13 OF PERSONS

de, see Philip (Braybrok), de. Philip Braybrok, Card. Brancadoro, [Caesar], abp. of 138*. Fermo, 1814, Braose de, expelled (Breaus), William comes to from Ireland, England, 1208, 330. 1792 Thomas, Bray, abp. of Cashel, to be of oath author 1820, possible 217. taken 217*, by Catholics, on veto, to Pope .-address 1815-6, 226, 263. Braybrok de, canon Philip (Braibrok), of Christ 1310, 302. Church, dioc. Braynok, Robert, Molinger, cent. Meath, 15, 5. Strahorlar Brearty, par., Bryan, -^? 1751v189. Breatfry. 1751, Breaus, William Brehon, 196. see O Brearty, Bernaidus. Stranorlar Patrick, par., 194. see Braose, William de, de. Stranorlar par,, 1751, Patrick,

see of Derry, Patrick, Brolcan, bp. Patrick. Brullaughan, aux Archives his Guide Brom, Gisbert, du Vatican, 84*. 1911, 2, 11*, to Vicars Brown, Apostolic, printer London, 1814, 141. lessee of. in Hogan, lessee of Browne, v. Jervois, Browne 1765, 355. c. 1756, 356. -George, executor of George Browne, -John,

356

dioc. Bremycheam, Remund, Tuam, cent. 15, 5. Brennan Sean). (Brenan, 0 Braonain, and Limerick, John, bp. ofWaterford of Cashel, elected 1677, 159*, abp. 159. about dispensation -petition of consanguinity and in 3rd degree 64. 1688, 64*, affinity, br John Brett, Sean), (an Br bp. of bishops of Killala, and selection 170. 1745, and dignitaries, 170*, c. 1699, 359. Francis, Brewster, 355. murder ?, 1766, of, Bridge, v. Brooke and Bridges, Bridges Gilbert, 1769, 355. S. Brigiiid, 105*, Brighid), (Naomh 105, 327. 345. Bkioni, 1820, Francesco, v. Dillon, Bkiscok 1765, 355. loid sir John, in suit against Bkiscoh, 357. StafCoul. \ce La Warr, Bkimoi,,! J [cury. Icnry of, sec Frederick -loul, Hcivey, Augustus. -Ralph 1223 de, bp. of Kildare, 32, 331. sir Ukodkrick, Allen, surveyor for putting commissioner general, in execution H.M. Declaration, 1660, of Act of Settle do. for execution of for execution do. ment, 1662, Ai t of Explanation, 384f. 1665, visct. Alan, <>tgnor, ?=Brodrick, d. 1728, 99*. Midleton, 2nd viscount Midle Alan. llKimuicK, 356. dated Ion. Ins will 1744, lord of the Treasury, |J Ion. Wm.], letter of introduction to a cardinal, 144. IH15, 144*, J'uokjj*:, fr Charles Searlas), (an tAth. to parish in Germany, pioinoterf i, 1700, 97*, 98.

for put commissioner -Thomas, H.M. ting in execution Declaration, 1660, 384. 1st earl of Kenmare -Valentine, recte Tighearna Neidin (Tighearna to address lord Chinnmhara), 1791. 202. lieutenant, -Catholics and Calvinists burn of [1791], 204. 203*, effigy to obtain -about favours for Catholics 204. 203*, [1791], -in Catholic talks with pre 208. 1792, 208*. lates, 324. Bruce, Edward, Brullaughan Padh (6 Brolchain, Patrick O.P., raic), Theologicus Cassinatensis 170*, supra Minervam, 170. from bp. of Limerick -letter 172. to, 1747, 172*, | -letter to Card. Valenti about of Armagh, Canons 1745, 172*, 172, of 1751-52, -bp. Derry, 191*, 193. -? see also Bradly, the second. to com Brus, cavaliero, appointed of mand Irish in Flanders, army 27. 1639, 27*, dioc. Meath, cent. 15, Bryde, Thomas, 5. Buckingham (Buchingain, Buching duchess of, see Manners, ham), lady Catherine. see Villiers, -duke of, George. of, see Grenvillc, -marquis George. a revenue BucKNAi.i. com |Richard], mtsstonci, 1671, 366. William no Uilliam) Bukgat, (Liam 154. 154*, abp. of Cashel, -to nominate for candidates 155. 1668, 155*, bishoprics, Ulick 5th earl and 1st Burgh, de, of Clanrickard marquis (Iarla Cloinne 32*ff. Riocaird), -Nuncio's to, 1647, proposals 33*. -some letters in English received in Rome from, 1647, 45*. -William Fitz Adelm, 313. see Fane, Burghersh [?], John. a Dominican Burgo com (Burcach), missioner sent of the by general Order [to London], 1639, 28*, 28. fr Bonaventura de Burgo, (an tAth. de Biirca), Bonaventura letter about of Irish Catholics, 1710, 161*, plight 161.

14

No.

16?INDEX

OF PERSONS
1 Butler, Protestant 216. friendliness James, bp. of Derry, 1786, with 216*,

de de Burca, (Sean Burgo, John abp. of Tuam, airdeasbog Thuama), he will that re-direct Clan hope rickard, 1647, 34*. from Ireland, -expulsion 157. 1655, 157*, j a Burca), -Oliver de (Oilibhear* of with dissatisfied Tuam, abp. 159. 1669, 159*, -see also Bourke, Oliver. lord of Connacht, -Richard de, 331. 1228-32, justiciar, im of earl -3rd Ulster, 1294 and 1316/17, 286, prisoned 295, 337. -Richard Fizadam de, perpetual of parish church vicar of Beuer, 8. Cork dioc, 1457-8, de -Thomas Thomas) (Bourk, O.P., bp. of Ossorv (easbog Osraighe) 201. from Propaganda -letter to, 211. 1776, 211*, -?? author Domini of Hibemia 215*. cana, carl 2nd of Ulster -Walter dc, d. 1271, 332f. Richard Liath dc, attacks -Walter de Clans at Bunratty, 1311, 296, 337. sir Bernard, 33uike, 3471, 351. -rt. hon. Edmund (an Burcach), 110*11, 112, 115*, 117*-119*, 117-119. with Mon conversation 115*. signor Erskine, from letter -extract to Mr. 114*. 1793, Jffippisley, of -Martin, Kilmacduagh bp. Cill Mhic 1743, Dhuaich), (easbog 168. 168*, of Burnell Robert, bp. (Burnel), 336. Bath and Wells, 1275-92, Burnet [? Gilbert, bp. of Salisbury], de la Reformation his Histoire de and d'Angleterre Refutation 278*. Sanderust sub-commissioner, Burniston, John, of Explanation, for executing Act 385. 1665, v. Bushe, 356. in Archdekin Bushe, to to deliver letter Bussoni, signor, Irish College in Paris, 249*, 1816, 249. v. Butler, in Delaney 1766, Butler, 355. death and conversion of, -lord, 1637, 23*, 23. of abp. (Criostoir), -Christopher on of Mr. behalf Cashel, speaks 166. Bourk, 1737, 165*, of and -selection bishops 170. 1745, 167*, dignitaries, for procurator -seeks salary 185. in Rome, 1753, 184*, in dispute among -judgment 164*. in Limerick, Orders 1736, -James of Cashel, 146*, 146, (an Buitlearach), 123*3, 1757-91, 201. abp. 124f,

from 1787 edition -quotation of his work (?=*A Justification of tenets the Roman the Catholic of a Refutation and Religion of the 124. 124*, Charges), 12th earl and of, duke -James, of Ormond marquis (iarla, diuc agus d. 1688, I marcaois Urmhumhan), 153*. 31*-37*, 35#, 45*, 66*, I -Col. favourable BarifE to, 35*. 1648, 1646 settlement of, -peace 7, 32*#. -as lord lieutenant, 1662-8,

369 382

-1-letter 380. 1666,

of Charles

II to,

1666,

-and of Irish clergy, loyalty 155. 154*, -letters from fr Peter Walsh, 79*, 84*. 1688, 65*, -order of Garter conferred 87*. 1688, on, -Carte's First of James Life Duke 348f. of Ormond, see -brother of, Butler, Richard. -2nd duke, elected chancellor of Oxford, of University 1688, 66*. 201. 1763-86, -John, bp. of Cork, of James, marquis bro. -[Richard], of Ormond, d. 1701, 45*, 45. 4th marquis -A. W. of F., earl of Ossory, succ. Ormond, 1919, ' 388. editor of -dean The Richard,, Annals of Ireland by Friar John and Thady Bowling Clyn (1849), 290, 321. taken -Theobald, 1264, prisoner, 332. of Ossory, earl -Thomas, appointed lord deputy, 369. 1664, see Bicknor, Alexander Bydenore, de, de. Alexander Stranorlar Bynes, par., 1751, James, 189. p. 196), James, (?=*Oynes, 0 Byrn, George (Seoirse Broin), seeks apostolic, protonotary salary for procurator in Rome, 1753, 184*, 185. of Dublin Byrne, Edmund, abp. Bhaile Atha (airdeasbog Cliath), of S. in par. Catherine, dispute 163. Dublin, 163*, 1719, lord chief baron of court Bysse, John, of commissioner for Exchequer, in execution H.M. Declara putting 384. tion, 1660, C. earl Cadogan, George Henry, lord lieut. 370. (1895-1902), see Smith, Richard. Calcedonense, 8. Calixtus 1455-8, III, Pope, of,

No.
Callaghan, 189. 1751, -see Denis,

16?INDEX
par.,

OF PERSONS
Carpenter, 1770-86, reply (Mac Carte, First

15

Stranorlar

also O Callaughan, Denis. Stranorlar Patrick, par., 195. -see aiso McCatlin, Patt. see Giraldus. Cambrensis, Giraldus, see Pratt, Lord Camden, Chancellor, Charles. Calline, 1751, Camelford, lord, sep P. H. Thomas. Lokel Camerons, (Locel, ?=Lochiel) 104. 104*, Chef desf 1746, Card. letters Campanelli, [Philippus], from Erskine 1793-94, to, Mgr. 117*f. 111*, 114*f, from J. C. Jlippisley, -letters 119*. to, Ff94, 115*, 117*, fr Colin, Campbel 1735, (Caimb^al), 103. 103*, as for nomination -support of Highlands of Scotland, bishop 104. 1746, 104*, the Con -writings against stitution 1750, 105*, 105. Unigenitus, as dukes of Argyll Campbell family 104, 104*, Gaidheal), (diucai Airir 9th earl of Argyll, Archibald, 63*, 63, 78*, 78, 83*, 86. -1st duke of Argyll, reported to Catholicism, conversion 1687-8, 63*, 63, 78*, 78, 83*, 86*, 86. of Essex, earl lord Capel, Arthur, 355ff. lieutenant, 1672, 348, Cardinal Capponi, pro [Aloysius], of Propaganda to receive prefect of Irish agents, 1648, 35*. opinions of Card. Cai'rano, Petrus, abp. of Propaganda, Iconium, secretary 1823 28, 278*, 278. of Cakava [Card.], protector (Caraffci), of Card. Barberini, Iteland instead 36*. U\iH, Cam an, I'onoi, StiimoiI.il 1751, par,, 1K9 <.((* aluf Ouiol.tu, Cona!his. - Sti.inoiJ.ir pai , 1751, 189, J.imcs. -sir aho O Ciil.in, James. - Stranoilar 1751, Terence, par., 189. ?--see also Carolan, Terence. commissioner i.aklkton, Christopher, of Revenue, 1703, 345. ( \kuni-ort (Carlinforte, Carlingford), rarls of, see Taaffe. t aki.os, br Wm. Don, alleged Hogan to have been guardian appointed of Irish College in Prague by recom 218. mendation of, 218*, ( aknI'.y Monsignor [O Kearney]. 1759-88, i bp. of Limerick, Daniel], 201. < \koi.an, Stranorlar par., Conarius, 195. 1751, ? see also Conor. Carlan, Stranorlar 1751, Terence, par., 195. -see Terence. also Carlan,

of Dublin, abp. John, 201. -nuncio awaits in. Brussels 216. from, 1786, 216*, ? Abp. -[probably Carpentes an tSaoir)], 146. 146*,

his Thomas, Life of James Duke 348f. of Ormond, of commissioner Carteret, Philip, Commonwealth 377. Court of Claims, 1686 or 1688 (?), Casoni, Monsignor, 91. -letters from d'Adda to, 1686-87 and 93*. 89*f, 1689, French Cassiano, fr, "a apostate 82. 57*, 75*, 75, 82*, Capuchin," to leave -repentant, willing 56. 1686, 56*, London, -now in Ireland, 58*. 1687, Cormack Stranor Cassidy, (Cormick), lar par., 1751, 189, 195. Card. Joseph Maria, Prefect Castelli, of Propaganda, letters about lord 107*. 1765, Montagu's marriage, -letter to Monsignor Veterani, 210*. 1765, to bp. of Ossory, -letter 1776, 215*. see Dillon, viscount Castlebi, of, viscount of Costello. earl Castlehaven, of, see Touchet, James. Castlemaine Castel (Castelmajn, Castelmesn, Mcyn, Castelmeyn etc.), earl of, sec Palmer, Roger. see Castlereagh, Lord, Stewart, Robert. see Castlestewart, Lord, Stuart, Andrew Thomas. Cathal Crofther 330. [Crovderg], Catherine of Braganza, her marriage to Charles If, 87*. Silvius of Cavai.ikki, de, secretary letter about 1707-17, Piopagauda, of Jush, J709, 160*. misciy Cavan, Richard. lord, see Lambart, F. (F. Caomhanach), Cauknagh, priest, and dispute in S. Catherine's par., 163. Dublin, 1719, 163*, Ceallach Celsus, (Cellach, Celestinus), 1106-29, 317, 328. abp. of Armagh, 1st earl of Cecil Robert, (Cicilio), 1612, 85*, 85. Salisbury, dying, S. (Naomh Cedda, 105*, 105. Ceadda), S., Celestine, pope (N. Ceilistin, 422-32, 254, 326. 252*, papa), Celestine V, S., Pope (?=Egidms 335. papa), of Celestinus (Cellach, Celsus), abp. see Ceallach. Armagh, Cerri, Urbanus, Monsignor secretary from abp. of of Propaganda, letter 87*. to, 1679, Armagh of S. dean Thomas, Chaddisworth, comes to Dublin, Patrick's, 1265, see for vacant twice of proposed 1294 and 1298, 301. Dublin,

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No.

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Charles about of oath II, opinion allegiance to, 1681, 88*. of Charles (Searlas III, III), king and State Crrirch in Spain Spain, in time of, 217* Charles VI, Emperor (Impearoir), 153* intercession be -his should for Catholics, sought 1727, 100*. -. on memorandum Irish sent to him, Catholics 1732, 166*. -? brief on aid to Irish Catholics sent to, 1713, 163*. see Stuart, Charles, Prince, Edward, Charles Edward.

in ad Chaddisworth, Thomas, part of dioc, ministration 302. 1300-10, to Christ -visitation Church, 299f. 1300-01, of Henry -confirms election La Warr, 1301, 300. -letters 3011 to, 1310, Challoner, (Debora), district, Champbl, 1818, Charlemagne of Debra Richard, bp. vicar in London apostolic 176. 1741-81, 176*, ill-conduct of Girolamo, 145*.

327. (Karolus), a hAon, Ri I, king (Searlas an Ri), 13*, 22, 24, 27, Shasana, Cheevers 102. 31*f, 34*, 37*, 102*, (Chevers), Augustine, bp. -his of Meath, 201. to Henrietta 1756-78, marriage creates four archbisho Christianus Maria, 15*, 87*. in Ireland, of visiting -desirous Ireland, 1152, 328. prics Churchill 1636, 17*, 17. [duke of John (Churchil), in command of of -offer men in 10,000 Marlborough] 1 WilJiamite Scotland to, 1638, 24*, 24. troops, 1689, 92*, 92. commissioner for I -earl of Antrim service -sir offers Winston, Act of execution of in Scotland to, gratis, 1638, 25*, 25. Settlement, 1662 and Act of Explanation, of with 1665, good-will -pleased 385. carl of Antrim, 1639, 26. ?of Irish Card. Edwardus, Secre Cibo behaviour laments (Cybo), letters of of in England, vagabond tary Propaganda, 1(538, pncst 72*f. d'Adda 24. to, 1685-89, 47*-70*, to d'Adda, -letters not command 1686-88, .--express of, 90*. to arouse anti-Catholic 74*-80*, feeling, 1638, order about seeks -d'Adda 24. Irish at Sorbonne student to gain his per from, -attempts 51*. to S. Patrick's for pilgrimages mission 1686, -? Michael Plun recommends 1638, 25. Purgatory, ket to James to serve refuses -Hamilton II, 1688, 80*. in Rome, merchant Ciceroni, Andrea, 1639, 26. him, 183. to par -rumoured favourable 1750, 183*, translates address liament of papists of the three states, Cicognani, Felice, to Pope, of Irish Catholics 1817, 276. 1639, 26*, 26. Prince of Santa with service Cardinal, Cinfuegos, ??.-permits Spain to Croce and France and secretary Imperial against Mahometans, in Rome, and guardianship legation 1639, 26. in Prague, of Irish College of his in -services 218*, 219. deputy I Clanricard Clarin (Clarencard, Ireland, 1639, 28. Clann -sends Brus Cavalier to Clanricard, card, Riocaird)r de. Ulick earl of, see Burgh, Irish forces, command 1639, 27. Gilbert -awaits Irish Clare, de, 6th earl of Gloucester troops, 1644, 336. 14*, 14. and -and with Irish -Richard de, earl of Pembroke peace 323. 39*f. i 309, (Strongbow), Strigul Catholics, 1645, 30*, -no peace with, not -Richard because de, 5th earl of Gloucester, completely free, 32*. | 332. de Burgo, ?-takes Wm. if can -doubt he fulfil 1311, j to Digby, 37*. 296, 337. 1646, promises see Hyde, of aid -doubt about Henry. Clarendon, lord, efficacy 325. Clement 1, Pope, to, 1646, 37*. 327. Clement na Flaith Charles II, Pope, II, (Searlas, j letter about studium Clement V, Pope, king, 156, 341, 348, 353, Breataine), in Dublin, 382. 1312, 148*, 151*, generate 358, 370, 377f, 380, 152. -as Prince of Wales, 1647 against Temp -proceedings 34*, 34. lars in court of, 1308, 290. to Catherine of -his marriage his to letter Clement 87*. VIII, Pope, Braganza, the Irish, 1600, 279*, 279. concerning -.-propositions ; Clement of Ireland, 1667-70, (Papa), IX, Pope 1662, 369, 371. governing to Peter of loyalty letter -declarations abp. elect of Talbot, to, 1 154*. 1661 and 155. Dublin, 1665, 155*, Charles

No.
Clement

16?INDEX

OF PERSONS

17

IX, letter to William Burgat, 154*. abp. elect of Cashel, from bp. of ,-congratulations 156*. Kilfenora, 1667, in Ire -his representative 157*. land, 1668,

Clement Pope 1700-21, XI, (Papa), mon oath of allegiance to British arch discussed 1708, by him, 108*, 108. to gain briefs ---issues help for 161*. Irish Catholics, [1709], -? at sympathy for ?-delighted Irish Catholics, 1710, 161*. to retain par -his permission ish sought 1711, by bp. of Clonfert, 172. to "James, -letter of King Great 162*. Britain," 1715, of Hugh Mac ?.-nomination 1715, 162*. Mahon, abp. of Armagh, for oath of ?-permission 130*. George>I, 1716, and his aid for James Stuart --r? Princess Sobieski 1719, 99*. desired, Clement 273*, XII, 273. Pope (Papa), 1730-40,

for Capuchins in -privileges Ireland, 1732, 102*, 102. .-_-. in offered co-operation to aid Irish Catholics, attempts 1732, 166*. -letter about dispute between and Augustinians bishops, 1739, 167*. his recognition of XIII, Pope, as Charles III Pretender 105*. 99*, v. of Dr. (lessee Baldwin) 356. Waller, of Dr. Baldwin, executor -William, -? 1766, 355. of Engl is! i Clerk, fr, Procurator to discuss Catholic Jesuits, religion in Iielaud, 13. |c. 1639], 325. Clmus, Pope, Young sought, Clement Ci IKJ'OIU), Ugo, 1817, 145*, -letter letter to Card Oousalvi, Clement

frMaurice, parish priest and Coleman, vicar of Lismore, letter about filling see ofWaterford and Lismore, vacant 270. 1816, 270*, Colgan (Sean 6 Colgain), John, rector of Derry, 191*, 192. 1751, 337. br Adim de, 1317, Coi.LKin, Peter Bernardine, bp. Collingridge, vicar apostolic in west of Thcspiae, of England, 142*. 1814-5, 135*, lord baron of, see Colooney, Richard, Richard. Coote, see Kollowrath, Count, Colowratt, Count. S. (Naomh Colm), 105*, 105. Columha, Thomas. lord, see Pitt, CoMhLi-OKD, 288f. Comestok, Peter, Em Roman Commodus (Comodus), peror, 324, 326. note Comyn on, genealogical family, 305. with of prior .-litigation Christ Church, 1296, 305. -John, 1182-1212, abp. of Dublin, | 330. 310f, with -d. agreement 1277, 305. prior of Christ Church, -. of mort (scm 0f John), writ d'ancestor 306. for, 1296, to Rev. F. Luke, Secretary Concanen, father of Dominicans and general of Irish in Rome representative to J, C. archbishops, signs address 118. Hippisley, 1794, see Conn, George. Coneo, Giorgio, Stranorlar Cormac Conmel, (Cormick), par., 1751, 189, 194. Conco), Conn, George (Giorgio papal in London, representative 1636-9, 19*, 24*. from Card. to and -letters Barberini, 26*. to Card. Secretary of representative of Liege, to address English College M \\ 1794, 118. J. C. Hippisley Rev. of Irish Connolly, J., Superior Dominicans in Rome, signs address to J. C. Hippisley 118. 1794, M.P., 145. Conolly, William, 1820, Conrad 327. I, emperor, of Pro-Secretary Consalvi, Hercules, in Vatican, State 120, 264*, 277*. -letters from C. Erskine, 120*f. 1800-03, from B. N. -letter Bellew, 145*. 1816, from Bonelli, --letter 1816, 145*. from Clifford, -letter 1817, 145*. from -letter of Coadjutor Dublin to, 1816, 259. from R. Fagan, -letters 1800, 121*. -letter from o'f Ferns, bp. 1816, 256*. Connell, Rinucc Rev. J., ini and 20*-28*, 1636-9, to commence journey, 1638,

to Pope, 146*. 1818, 326. Clodio, king of Francs, sir John, 1st viscount Clotworthy, Massereene (d. 1665), commissioner for putting in execution H.M. Declar ation, 1660, 382, 384. Friar John, cent. Clyn, 14, 290*, 320?f, 324, 329. 327. king of England, ('nut, co Cokn, bp. Melevitanus, Thomas, of Clonfert, (bp. of Clonfert adjutor 263. 1831-47), Cog an, John de, 1264, 332. ? 313. Milo, probably=Goganenti, John S., of South Carolina, Cogi>ele, to Pope, letter 1801, Charleshire, 122*. ( oi.E, sir for put John, Commissioner H.M. Declaration, ting in execution 1660, 384.

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No.

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to and letters 365. Corker, Consalvi, Hercules, [Edward], from Gen. FitzGcrald, S., Pope, 1819, 146*f. (N. Cornelius, j Corneltus, from T. d. 251, 237*, 245, 269. -letter Papa) Jackson, 124. Richard de la, bp. of Meath, \ [1802], Corner, 1806, 122*, from at lord Keith 331. -letter 1231-50, 121. earl Edmund | Cornwall, Leghorn, 1800, 121*, Plantagenet, from fr Hayes, -letter of, 1287, 335. 1816, Card. of 265*. Protector Corsini, Andrea, | from Irish bishops of S. Matthew in Convent -letter in Merulana, 248. 273. 273*, Rome, 1816, 248*, Card. to and from Milnef Protector -letters of Corsini, Nereo, Ireland, 166*, 1816, 144*1 172*, (?) 193, 273*, Irish bishops, -letter to 273. 1816, on dispute 249. -letter between 248*, of S. Augustine from Poynter, Canons .-letter and bishops 1815, 167*. 144*. 1739, -?___ to, from Watson, of parish -letter of administration 1816, I 145*. Killronave 171*, 1747, (Kilronan), out of 172. arising .-questions with from lord Castlereagh, -enclosure of negotiations abp. 138. Dublin 173*. 1814, to, 1748, 138*, ; of Card. Litta, -union of dioceses of Kil 1818, '-victory 146*. and Kilmacduagh fenora proposed, for esteem -his English 1750, -. 180*, 181. I of dispute 147*. settlement be people, [1819], tween of Tuam and 3rd viscount Canons Conway, abp. Edward, of Conway, earl of the Lateran, and i Ktllultagh Regular 1755, 187*, for putting 187. commissioner in execu burden of Dingle tion H.M. Declaration, 384. .-and 1660, parish from sir -letter ioners, 1755, 185*, George 185, 187. -and petition of bp. of Ferns, 380. 1666. Rawdon, VI Vs rela her Henry 187. Conway, Miss, 1755, 187*, and Ireland, tions with Scotland N. Corsinii Pro (?=Card. Corsini, 1932, tector of Ireland), 387. 193. of Common of Tuscany, Cosmo grand-duke III, John, commissioner Cook, na Toscaine) Court wealth of Claims, 377. (Mor-Dhiuc 1670-1723, his aid for persecuted Irish sought, for commissioner Cooke, Edward, execution of Act of Settlement, 163*. 1662, 160, of Clonfert, of and commissioner for execution Costello, Thomas, bp. of Explanation, Act 385. 1786-1831, 226, 1665, on Veto, to Pope -address commissioner for Cooley, Dudley, in execution H.M. Declara 1816, 263. putting Francis (?= signor, Cotintone, 1660, 384. tion, a baron lord Ashley Cottington, Cottington, Ashley, Cooper, Anthony commissioner on Irish affairs, later 3rd earl of Shaftes 1634), (Ashly), 348. 18*, 18. bury, 1171 and baron Courcy of lord Coote, John de, (Curci), Richard, Coote, for putting commissioner 1204, 329f. Colooney, | for commissioner in execution H.M. Declaration, Coventry, Henry, 1660, of Act execution of 384. Settlement, 385. II, 351. -Thomas, tempore Chas. 1662, of Dublin, lessee of, v Gibbon, Cranley, Thomas, abp. 1766, 355. Cope, 311. and 1397-1417, William, bp. of Cloyne Coppinger, fr P. to Pope P. see Crean, Rev. addresses Crano, 1791-1830, Ross, Stranorlar on veto, 263. par., Cransy, William, 1815-16, 226, of commissioner 1751, 189, 195. Corbett, Miles, Court of Claims, 377. Stranorlar Commonwealth par., 1751, John, Creag, in born 194. Corbie Jesuit, (Corby), Ralph, -see also Creug, in England execution Ireland, John. of, Stranorlar par., Buellius, Creage, 15*, 15. and 195. of Kildare 1751, Michael, bp. Corcoran, 263. Dr. John, 1646, 43*. Creagh, 1815-19, Leighlin, on Veto. Sean to Pope -address (Creve, Creveo, -John S. Mary's 263. par., Limerick Craobhach), 1815, 172. Dr. Timothy 386. -Rev. 172*, S.J., 1747, dioc, as bp. of Killaloe, see Boyle, earl -proposed of, Cork, Richard, 171. Richard. 171*, [1747], a Benedictine, 1750-74, bp. of Waterford, fr, Corker, 1688, -Peter, 201. 67*, 90*, 90.

No.
Crean

16-INDEX

OF PERSONS

19

fr P., fr Bernard, see Davit, rector of Irish fr. Davet, (Crano), in Rome, Augustinians signs address Stranorlar Davett, par. Andrew, to J. C. Hippisley, 118. 194. 1794, 1751, Stranorlar par., Creug, John, 1751, -Daniel,-189, 195. 189. 195. -Dominick,-189, -see also Creag, John. 195. ?-189, -Terence, see Creagh, Dr. John, Creve, Creveo, -William,-194. 171, 171*. John. David (Naomh Daibhidh), Stranorlar r S., patron par., Crodden, James, of Wales, 105. 105*, 189. 1751, David of Scotland, 328. -?-see also Mac Crodden, I, king James. co. Roscom sir Ed., Moate, bro. of Llewelyn, of David, Crofton, prince 355. mon, 1745, 356. Wales, 1246-82, sir Paul, lord commissioner for lieutenant, Davis, Henry, Cromwell, H.M. 341. in execution Declara putting 1657-9, Cromwell i tion, 1660, 384. [Oliver], 55*, (Cromuele), -see 157. also Davys, sir Paul. 55, 157*, see Davet. fr Michael Crow, (An tAth. Micheal IDavit, = fr Bernard Mac -fr par. of Kilkoman, Concradha), (probably Davet, 171. death 1746, 171*, S.J.), of, 1648, 36*. | dioc. Meath, cent. Stranorlar 1751, par., 15, -Francis, Croys, William, 5. 185, 195. see Davet, commissioner Rev. for put Cuffe, ,James, Davitt, Anthony In execution H.M. Declaration, ting Anthony. 384. sir Paul or Sir William, clerk of 1666, Davys, 383. de, see Courcy, John 1670, Curci, John de. LPrivyJ Council, sir Paul. also Davis, d. Curtis, 1943, -*-see professor Edmund, 387-9. of Ossory (?= Day, Denis, bp. elect Denis O'Dea, 1679-88, Cusack, James, bp. of Meath, bp. of Ossory, 1421-26), about 4. in 3rd petition dispensation of consanguinity sir Edward, and affinity, commissioner degree Deering, of Settlement, for execution of Act 1688, 64*, 64. S. (Naomh for execution 1662, and commissioner Cuthbert, 105*, Cutbert), of Act of Explanation, 105. 1665, 385. see Cibo, Card. Eduardus. Card, Stranorlar Cybo, par., Deery, Edmond, S. Cyprianus, 237*f, 245, 1751, 189, 195. (Naomh), v. Butler, Delaney 254. 355. 1766, 252*f, De Laune, D. 1656, 367. Richard, baron of, see Nugent, Richard. Delvin, see Daly, William of Ireland, Daii, Dene, (Daij), Monsignor, de, Justiciar 332. James. 1260-61, earl of (? sir Thomas Dainby, Osborne, Denis, S., 325. at earl of Danby, d. 1712), designated British consul -[Charles, lord lieutenant, 144. 1689, 92*, 92. Civitavecchia], 1815, see of Meath, Dalbe Count, (Dalbi, Deodatus, bishop-elect d'Albi), Count Dalbe. 331. d. 1226, White, Derlington pro Dalij, John (Derlinton), (Sean 0 Dalaigh), John de, in province for bishopric of of Dublin, 310f. posed abp. 1279-84, 155. Edmond of Tuam, 1668, 155*, Derry, (Edmund), bp. in lessee of Giffard v. Daly, 227. Daly, 1765, Dromore, 1801-19, on veto, 355. -address to Pope see O Daly, -Dominic del Rosario, 263. 1815-16, see Davet. Dominic de Rosario. Devett, Anthony, Devin (an Duibhi'neach) -(Daii, helped Daij), James, bp. of Kil by bp. 172. of Down, Cill Fionnabhrach), fenora 172*, (easbog 1745, secre of Pope's 1732-c. [one Devoti, Mgr. 1750, 149*, 149, 167*, 181*, 181. 132. taries], [1814], 132*, union of his dioc, Dexter, Stephen, O.F.M., -.-proposed chronicler, with Kilmacduagh 329. 323, 315, 320, dioc, 1750, 181*, 1246-74, 317f, na nGall, 181. Diarmaid 1167, 313. of de Digby Damiani, fr, O.F.M. (Digbco, Igbi, [penitentiary d'Igby) S. one censors of of Chevalier 37*. [? Kenelm], Peter's, 3i*f?, of Ireland, to discuss 1817, -Agent Gandolphy's works], 145*, 145. in Ireland, Catholic Religion [1639], earl of, see Dainby, earl of. 13 Danhy, Dwht to of England -sent (Davett, Davit, Davitt, Devett, by Queen Mac Antoine MiDavitt, 1645, 86*, 86. Daibheid), Pope, Rev co. -in Rome, 1645, 29*. Anthony, P.P., Stranorlar, -? 188-198 30*. Donegal, 1645, 1751, petition of, passim.

20
in Paris, Digby, 1646, 31*. ?__.-Nuncio's 1646, 32*. 1646,

No.
to go

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to Ireland, with, Donnell, John. Donnellan, Common fr John, see O Donnell, fr

conversation

-speaks against Nuncio, 33*. -. of, 1647, 33*. trickery gone from Rome -dissatisfied, to France, 1647, 34*. can if King -doubtful fulfil promises to, 1646, 37*. -and Nuncio of France, 1646, 37*. v. in Briscoe (Dilon), party 1765, 355. in King v. Dillon, -party 1766, 355. -see signor [1745]. Dylon, of an Diol -regiment (reisiment jjnaigh), 1719, 99*, 99. = of Castlebi -viscount (probably Thomas 4th viscount of Dillon, his conversion to Catholic Costello), faith, 1647, 44*, 44. about -brief him, 1647, 44*, 44. Dillon, Roman 316. emperor, Diocletian, Di Piktro card. Michael, (De Pictro), Prefeet of 1805 14, Propaganda, 135* (?). to Quarantotti, -letter 1809, 210*. Dodoueus, 327. Dogherty, 1751, -Cornelius,-Denis, -James,-189, -Nogher,-189. 195. -196. -see Dogherty, Stranorlar Nogher. par., 189, 195. 195. baptized Charles, by S. Remigius, par., Dillon

Stranorlar

-see Cornelius. Dogherty, del Rosario, fra. see Daly, del Rosario. Dominic, S., 331. sir William, Domville, Attorney in for putting commissioner General, execution H.M. Declaration, 1660, 384. see of Cashel, Donatus, abp. Donat. O Hoolachan, of Dublin, Donatus (Dunan), bp. ~ 333. d. 1074, 291, 308-311, see O Haingly, Donatus, bp. of Dublin, Donatus. -teacher of S. Jerome, 326. see Ua Cearbhaill, of Uriel, -king Domenico Domenico Donnchadh. br Donelan (Donnellano), 0 Domhnallain), (Br. Nioclas tinian, -Peter, 1778, 44*, 156*, 1647-48, of Clonfert, bp. 202. Nicholas Augus 156. 1733-c.

court of L.C.J., James, commissioner for Pleas, in execution H.M. D3clara putting 384. tion, 1660, see O Haingly, Donngus, bp. of Dublin, Donatus. Dopping, Anthony, bp. of Kildare, bp. d. 1697. (Protestant), of Meath, 290. mar Catherine Dormer, (Caitriona), a Dane, ried to to later lord cent. 107. Montague, 18, 106*, -see aiso Ruesin, Caterina. of his -John (Sean), marriage 107. daughter, 106*, to codicil witness to will -Joseph, of titular III, 1760, James 106*, 106. vicar of apostolic Douglas, John, 114. 114*, London, [1793], = -Mr. influenced (possibly John), 112*f. bj' Irish bishops, chief of Ire secretary -Sylvester, to curl of Fmyall, letter land, 1794, 116. (?) H2*f, 116*, of Douglas, -William, marquis 25. d. 1660, S. John's Dove, Square, printer, 1814, 141. Annals his of Thady, Dowling, 321. Ireland, letter of Lieutenant-General, Doyle, to Card. Sec. of State, introduction 1802, -. 122*. for papal aud arrangements 1802, 122*. ience, see Moore, Charles Drogheda, lord, and Moore, Henry. in Drummond, Alexander, missionary 103. Scotland, [1735], Irish Dominican, Duca, Conte, protects 1638, 25. fr John, Duckett pro (Duchetto), for fr Corbie, exchange posed 1644, 15*, 15. see Devin. An, Duibhineach, see Donatus, Dun an, bp. of Dublin, of Dublin. abp. see O Haingly, bp. of Dublin, Dungus, Donatus. under the his Ireland Robert, Dunlop, 377. Commonwealth, 1748 bp. of Ossory, James, Dunne, in for procurator salary 58, seeks 185. 184*, 1753, Rome, Dunstan, S., 316. Dylon (an Diolunach), signory money to education for Catholic in Ireland be sent to, [1745], 180*, 180. E.

Donlevy,

Anthony,

(Antoine

0

notary aspostolic Duinnshleibhe), in Ballyshannon, 190, 190*, 1751, 192, 196. see Donelan, br Nicolo Donnelano, Nicholas.

see Edward VI. VI., of king England, (Edgar), 327. 959-975, 317. his Hisloria Novorum, Eadmer, of Eng Eadmund king (? Edmund, 327. land, 944-6), I^adbhard Eadgar

No.

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21

= Eguille of Eng letter to Card. de. E^ldredus (? Edred, king (Equille), Tencin about 327. church in Scotland, land), 104*. sub-commissioner 1746, Eaton, Theophilus, Eleanor in H.M. of Castile, execution for putting queen (Alianora) of England, 384. 335f. 1660, Declaration, Edelwald (?=Aetbelweald I, bp. of Pope {rede S. Eleutherius), Eleuferus, 327. 326. Winche-ster), see Eadgar. of England, Edgar, king = Elfred, (? Aelfheah, archbishop .abp. about of letter bishopric James, of Canterbury, 327. 1005-12), Kildare, 1737, 165*. sir Gilbert, 1st earl of Minto, on Elliot, -letter filling episcopal constitutional of Corsica, viceroy vacancies, 1737, 165*, 165f. 119. 1794-96, -letter about 119*, bp. L[loy]d, 165*. sub-commissioner Elliott, 1738, Thomas, '' for about church -letter in affairs execution H.M. putting of Ireland," 384. 1660, Declaration, 1739, 166*. fr Leo 147*. Edgeworth, Elizabeth, O.F.M., Queen (Bainrioghain Eilis) Edmund, 222*, 224, 279*, S., king and martyr, chapel 280, 358. sir George of, inHoly Trinity Dublin, Cathedral, Elphinstone, Keith, prob of H.M.S. 308f. Mino ably =lord Keith, see of 121*. taur, Leghorn Edmund, king Roads, England, 1800, 172*. Eadmund. Emaldi, Monsignor, see -letter of Galway, from Secretariat of Edmund, br, warden State Edmund. 169*. to, 1745, French, fr tAth. dominus (an Edward, Enckshank, Eadbhard, Charles, T17001, 98. in Ferns Jesuit, fosachtach), parish see Eguille, 187. dioc, Equille, d', for, 1755, Marquis 187*, d\ Edward [the Elder!, Marquis king of England 327. John Caillard, Erck, (901-925), 343, 358. the martyr, Edward unofficial Erskine, Monsignor king of England, Charles, of Court 327. of Rome in representative 975-979, Edward [the Confessor], London, king of Eng 1792-95, 11*, 110*-115*, 328. land, 113, 115, 119, 121. 1042-66, Edward -letters to Card. I, king of England, 285, 289f, Campanelli, 114*-118*. 1793-94, 111*, 2965, 301f, 331, 334-7. ser -letters -Wm. Hothum to Card. in diplomatic Consalvi, vice of, 297. 120*f. 1800-03, on special to Card. Secretary Wm. -letters -sends Hothum of mission to Holy 121*f. 1298, 297. State, 1801, See, in dip to Cardinal -letters La Warr -Henry probably (?), 1793 lomatic 116*. service 300. 94, 110*, of, 1293-1300, of La Warr about -members in -complains family jealousy armies his work, 111*. impeding of, 300. -secures of Richd. de that Irish would -report provision c to see of Dublin, hang him, Havering 112*, 112f. 1306, -his mission 302. is private [1793], 112*. dau. of, 1290, 336. -Joan, of England, Edward -Pope suggests II, king 286,305, correspond ence with Irish bishops, 335. 113*. fl793], writ -his -has no authority church of to interfere concerning with Irish or English 1309, 305. Kilcullen, bishops [17931, Edward 113. 305. 113*, III, king of England, VI Edward Eadbhard with -conversation Mr. (Odoardo, VI), 115*. of England, Burke, king 222*, 224, 280*, 280. with -conversation George Dublin 116*. cent. 1794, III, Edwerd, dioc, William, -Pitt's 5. promise to, 1794, 116*. 15, at Te Beum Mac for new -present (Easbog Egans, bishop Mac 120*. 1800, Pope, prob. Stephen Aodhagain), of Meath, his -Henry lord Kellie, 113*f. Egan, bp. 1729-53, David, -to letter to the king conduct reaches J. Edgar, monsignor to House 165. of Lords, Erskine 165*, 1737, 1794, -see also Mac Egan, 114*. Stephen. 11th 187. -John, earl of Mar par., Dingle Egarre, Daniel, 1755, (Diuc his ill-luck, 335. Pope (?=Celestine Mar), 1719, 99*. Egidius, V), sir Eguille Esmonde, d', letter (Tomas marquis (Equille), Thomas, of A. Mac about Donald of National President Easmonn) appoint ment of Catholics, of vicar for all Convention apostolic 246*, 251*, 274. 103*. 274*, Scotland, 1746,

22
Esmonde, Veto

No.

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on I Fermoy, Festus, Ferris, British see Roche, Maurice. viscount, 325. of united fr [Richard, superior by French colleges], expelled 1817, 145*. government, Stranorlar par., 1751, Feye, Hugo, 195.

to, 1815-16, 231*f, 231f, 249, 268*, 268. see Capel, Arthur. lord, Essex, II attempts Cardinal Este, d', James to settle matter entrusted to, 1689, 60*. -James,-194. II Adam -letter from to, Feypo, James de, 318. 92*. brother of 1689, Filden, archbishop, to travel -Mary with, d', dau. of duke of Modena, Slingsby permitted I to James married 1639, 27. II, 87*. 1635 Ethelred, 979-1016, Filippo, king of England, padre, news of Slingsby, 327. 6, 17f. see O Neill, 0 Fian Don (Seamus Eoghan, Eugenio, James, Finaghty, of Elphin, Eugene Vicar General 328. III, Pope, nachta), to retrac br John, witness to Card. letter Everard, 1668, Rospigliosi, 158. tion of fr Peter Walsh, 1687, 65. 158*, Arthur of Cashel, earl of, see Plunket, -Patrick, abp., coadjutor Fingall, 226. James. on veto, to the to Pope his Guide Carl Russell, -address Fish, in 263. Materials for American History 1816, and Other Italian Roman Richard itinerant, Exeter, Archives, de, justice 1269, 333. 1911, 11, 84*. v. Fisher, 356. in lord Kildare Fisher, of sir Alexander, Chancellor Fitton, F. Ireland, 1687, 49. to Ireland, -gone 1687, 58*. Fabianus -fr dis (? recte Sabinianus), English II, Pope priest, [? Peter], 327. cusses Catholic in Ireland, religion Fab ron i, Card. Carolus 13. Augustus, [1639], of Propaganda, see De 1695-1706, Secretary Fitzadelm, William, Burgh, of letter writer to bishops FitzAdelm. Wm. probable . of Scotland, 98* 1245 [1700], Fitzgeoffrey, John, justiciar, Fagan British (Fegan), Robert, agent 56, 332. 137*. Fitzgerald in Rome, 121*-124*, (FiltzGerald, FiltzGirald, to Card. Catholic in -letters an Gearaltach) banker Consalvi, 121*. about Protes his opinion 1800, London, -letter to Cardinal for Cath and necessity tant schools [? Sec of State], olic schools in Ireland, retary 1801, 122*. [1743], 176*, 122*f. -letters 176. of, 1801, -has for statues in Rome treasurer to Cath -proposed Prince 121*f. olic schools in Ireland, Augustus, 177*, [1745], 6 177. Fallon, (Greag6ir Gregory for bishop 180. nominated Fallamhain), -dead, [1745], 180*, ric in Tuam letter to and from, 155*, -general, province, 1668, 1819, 155. 146*f. see O' Fallon, at war with Fiizgeralds Falon, Monsignor, (Geraldines), de Burgo, James. 1264, 332. 10th earl -wars Fear cent. (an Fane, John, Ionaid) 16, 9*. of, of Westmorland, of -Gerald lord-lieutenant Mac (Gearoid Gearailt), of Catholics address earl of Kildare, eleventh in arrives Ireland, 1790-5, 202*. 280. to, 1791, France, 1536, 280*, minister lord Burghersh, Fitzmaurice John, (Seamus Mac -James to Tuscany, letter Sdamus Mac plenipotentiary Muiris, Gearailt), to introduce Mr. Brodrick to a car 279f. d. 1579, 10*, 148*, 279*, 144*. to fr David -letter dinal, 1815, Wolfe, Faramundus of 152. king (Pharamond), 1576, 152*, the Francs, 326. cousin of James, -John, 1580, see Fagan, Robert. 279f. Robert, Fegan, 279*, to Catherine his marriage killed Ferae, John, FitzThomas, -John, 1261, 107. 332. Dormer, [1765], 107*, Ferdinand of Tuscany d. 1257, 332. II, grand-duke -Maurice, na br N. 332. (M6rdhiuc Toscaine), -1264, to -Maurice recommended killed Donnellan, O.S.A., FitzJohn, 1261, Nuncio 332. by, 1647, 44*. Richard 332. -Maurice Feringes, (Feringys), de, Fitzmaurice, 1264, at sea, 1268, 333. -drowned abp. of Dublin, 1299-1306, 291, 302, 310f. 333. 1272-3, I-justiciar,

sir Thomas, address to Pius VII, 230. 1815, from Pius -letters VII

No.

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23

FiTZGEralds, Nicholas, Dingle par., 187 1755, or R^ymund, -Raimund married of Strougbow, 308f. to sister of Kildare, 19th earl 356. -Robert, 10th of Kildare, earl -Thomas, 280. 280*, 1536, to commiss examinator -William, for King's Declaration ioners 1660,

385. I
Fitzgibbon, John, -opinions and case Loftus 355. 1771-72, 354. counsel, v. in Rochfort of Tyrone, of Earl

Fitzjames,

of Berwick duke James, order of Baruick), (probably=duke conferred of Garter on, 1688, 67*. further -to aid accompany 69. to Ireland, 1689, 69*, II at Bres*, -to await James 70*. Gerald, Fitzgerald d. 331. 1243, ; Fytzmoris,

I Forbes, for commissioner sir Arthur, H.M. Declara in execution putting tion, 1660, 384. his in opinion Forrester, Al., v. Loftus, 355. Rochfort 1771, for commissioner sir Robert, Forth, H.M. Declara in execution putting tion, 1660, 384. to dis signor Foshro, (Englishman) cuss Catholic in Ireland religion 13. [16391, of retrac br Francis, witness Foster, tion of fr Peter Walsh, 1687, 65. Foulis 279*, Treason, (?), Romish 279. Francis, S., 331. see Oliverius, Franciscus Oliverius, Franciscus. for sub-commissioner Freake, Arthur, Declara H.M. in execution putting 384. tion, 1660, see Frideswida, S., Frecheswyde, S. Frederick Frederick

Fitzmaurice, -see also John.

332. II, emperor, of Augustus I, king Mac (Seamus 1709-33, Fitzmoriss, (ri na Polainne) James Poland, see of Irish Cath in cause his interest James Fitzgerald, Muiris), FitzMaurice. olics, 1710, 161*. of William Frederick king III, 2nd earl of Upper Fitzpatrick, John, his power of Prussia (ri na Priiise), 117. I Ossory, 129*. of bishops, nomination i 1805, Col. John, temp. Chas. Fitzpatricke, of Galway, warden Edmond, French, II, 351. 1815-16, 227, 263. attacks prior sheriff, FitzReri, John, (Nioclas, bp. of Ferns Nicholas, of Christ Church, 1317, 286, 337. 44*, 44. 1645-78, Easbog Fearna), Thomas pro (Tomas), of peace Fitzsimmons, in Ireland, -question of Derry, for bishopric 1668, posed 1648, 35*, 35. 155. in Rome, -confederate 155*, envoy Mac Patrick (Padhraic FitzSimons, 1648, 35*, 35, 45*f. of to for journey and Dean Vicar General -prepares Siomoin), seek Protonotary Apostolic, Rome, Dublin, 1648, 46*. attitude in Rome, for procurator -seeks Pope's ing salary 185. to peace and further aid, settlement 1753, 184*, cent. 1648, 35*. II, 308f, Robert, Fitzstephens, with -in t?lks Pope, 313. of Offaly Lord 1648, 35*. Fitzthomas, John, -honours for, 1648, 36*. 1294, 296, 337. (Effaly), -activities in Rome, sir Fitzwilliam (FitzWilliams), and ? = Vice-Treasurer William 1649, 46*, 46. fr Taafte, about -letters 157*, Treasurer at Wars, Lord and Justice 157. of Ireland, Lord Deputy 1558-1599, co. Galway, Rahassane, -Robert, 346, 368f. cent. 18, 356. Stranorlar par., Flanagan, John, 195. S., (S. Frecheswyde), Frideswida, 1751, 189, 335. of Armagh Nicholas, abp. Fleming, 6 Frighill), Francis (Prionnsias 283. | Friell, (1404-16), S. Isidore's, 190*, 190, 1751, Rome, 1623-55, abp. of Dublin, -Thomas, 193. 192*, 20*, 20. Ardfert of Kyllury, Fytzmoris, John, -question coadjutorship, cent. dioc, 15, 5. 1648, 35*, 35. Waterford Edmonc , dioc, Flemyng, 5. 15th cent., G. Dr. Robin, 313f, 316, 3205. Flower, see of Achonry, Flynn, John, bp. see Boniface O Flynn, VIII, Benedict, Gaetano, John. Aloisius Pope. (?=Franciscus fr, Fontana, d. 1307, William of Propa card, Gainsborough, of, Fontana, prefect 289. 265, 264*, 1816, ganda, 1818-22), 1 325. 271*. Gaius,

24

No.

16?INDEX

OF

PERSONS

' George sub[Michael I, oath of allegiance to, 108*. Adeodatus], Galeassi, -certain oath 126 (?), 134. to, permitted 1814, stitutus, by of Clement Bona venture, 1716, 130*. XI, Gallagher, bp. see George 356. O II, 344, j Gallagher, Raphoe, oath Bona ventura. -{rede George I) certain to, Stranorlar Clement par., permitted by 1716, 1751, XI, -Cormick, 130*. 189. -see to Protestant also Cormac -gives O'Gallagher. ? 1,000 p.a. schools in Ireland 6 Gallchobhair), [1735], 173*, 173. (Seamus -James III George Cille Dara), (Seoirse king of III, Ri), bp. of Kildare (Easbog of bishops and dignitaries, selection England, 118*, 118, 142*, 143, 260*, 344. 170. 169*, 268*, 261, 266*, 1745, at Toulon news -notice -in Dublin, 1750, from, 1793, from, 110*. 180*. ! -receives -his of fr influence in favour Monsignor Erskine, 116*. 193, John Gallagher, 1751, 191*, 1794, of seminar 200. -and endowment 197*, 199*, 199, vicar of Raphoe ies in England and general 1794, Ireland, -James, see O Gallagher, 117*. James. dioc, -fr of Catholics Sean tAth. 6 (an -loyalty to, 1795 John, of and 1799, 143*, 143. Dean Raphoe, Gallchobhair), of Irish bishops, of Stranorlar, -and veto Vicar Capitular, pastor Stranorlar 128*. about 1799, par., dispute 1751, -his title after the Union, 188*, 188, 190*ff, 196*f, 190, 192ff, 121*. 1973, 199*, 200. 1801, about the Stranorlar par., veto, -William, 1751, -proposals 196. 130*. 1813, 128*, of de ambassador Count I-to be informed about affairs [? Gallas, with his correspondence of the Pope, 131. Emperor], 131*, of Cath towards ministers English parliament, clemency j-his 161*. 1709, ! olics, [1816], 205*, 216, 236*, 243. of aid to Cath Stranorlar par., Gallinaugh, Henry, 1 olics -"Pope speaks 241. 195. by, 1816, 234*, 1751, -see of in selection -and influence Henry. Gellinaugh, Stranorlar par., 1751, 195. bishops, 131*, 131, 136*. -Owen, -? see Gellinaugh, -sons of letters Owen. (na Prionnsai), from Pope Stranorlar par., to, 1814, 135*. -Patrick, 1751, 195. of England, George IV, king 234*, see Somerset, 241. Galmorgan, Edward, na as Prince -? of Wales earl of Glamorgan. (Prionnsa Gandolphy 1800, 121*. (Gandolfi) [Jesuit], Breataine), Peter, -as 146*. prince-regent (Prionnsa-Riagh with Poynter. 1817. 144*. [1815], altoir), ?-dispute see Gorges, 145. Robert. Dr. George, see Fitzgeralds. for books the, -imprimatur Geraldines, to Rome, co. 146. brought Elizabeth, Gernon, 1816, Killencoal, c. 1758, 356. Gardiner viscount Mount (?), Luke, Louth, 347f. -John,-356. joy, d. 1798, card. Francis held Gasquet, -inquisition A., 10*ff, 84*ff, before, 97*. 1338, 305. v. Gibbins, in King Gaudagni 1751, 192*, 193. [in Rome], 1765, 355. Gibbins, see Magauran, v. Gibbon, fr Thomas, of Cope Gibbon, in lessee Gaurano, O.F.M. 1766, 355. v. Gibbons Gelasius in King and II, Pope, 237*, Gibbons, 245, 251*, 253, 266*, 267, 268*, 269. Austin, 1765, 355. v. Gibbons Brabazon Stranorlar and Gellinaugh, par., -in Henry, 189. 1751, Austin, 1766, 355. -see v. Gibson, in King 355. Gibson, Gallinaugh, Henry. vicar in N. Stranorlar par., -Owen, 1751, 189. -William, apostolic -see 135*. Owen. England, 1814, Gallinaugh, Geneville, 1273-76, Gentili, Antonius Geoffrey 333. de, justiciary, Gieran, 186. James, Dingle par., 1755,

lessee of v. Daly, Card. Iohannes probably Giffard, 1765, 385. v. Gilbert, d. 1759, 192*, 193. in Bridges Gentili, Gilbert, 1769, scribe of poem in Black 355. Geoffrey, of Christ Book 294f. -sir Church, John, 290, 316-19, 322, or elector of duke 354. George 324, I, as no author of Life Hanover of Sir John (diuc toghthoir -R.M., 354. Hanover), 1715, 93*, 93. Gilbert,

No.
Ginetti, abbot, fr Magauran, Qini-[?], viceroy Giorgi, 278*, signed Dora., 278. and 1686, letter

16?INDEX OF PERSONS 25
of 76. Irish 387. Cecil, pro (Seamus Grant), of Highlands of Scotland, bp. 104. 104*, -his work in Highlands of 105. Scotland, 1750, 105*, see Grenville, Wm. Granville, lord, W. and other members Grattan, Henry, work for Catholic Emancipation, i 125*. 1813, Rev. J. (James, d. 1886), 354. Graves, held Grauntset, John, inquisition before, 1338, 305. Terence Gray, J. S., 342. 1st abp. of Dublin, d. 1161, Gregory, 310f, 314, 329. Gregory 327. I., Pope, Gregory 331. IX, Pope, Gregory 334. X, Pope, Gregory XIII, Pope (Grioghoir XIII), 279. 10, 17, 19, 279*, Gregory XV, (Greagoir XV), Pope of Irish students in Spain ordination 153*. [1622], of 1st marquis Grenville, George, 352. [1808], Buckingham, -William first lord Wyndham, of .identification Grenville, probable lord Grenville Greville), (Granville, 116. 112*, 115*f, of Suffolk duke (Diiic Grey, Henry, of his daugh p-oclamatior? Suffolch), as queen of England, 12*. ter 1553, j br James C) (an tAth. Seamus Griffin, of seeks Griobhtha) guardianship Irish College 218f. in Prague, 218*, in Girolomo Hieronymus], [Grimaldi, of Edessa to [nuncio text, abp. distributes copy memor Emperor], on barbarous of Irish edict andum 163. 1724, 163*, parliament, Revd. sub-Com IGroves, Edward, missioner of the Record Commission, I 346f. see Gobfraidh. Guthric, his Rev. Gwynn, Aubrey, S.J., M.A., the Texts Some from Unpublished j i Black Book of Christ Church, Dublin, 281-337. H. i Grant, -James, posed | 1746, I Rev.

by, his Collectanea

repentance 76*, 57*, about 1714, 98*.

Anglica,

[?] di S. Patritio, fr, Canon 1646, 43*. | of Grand minister Giraldi, signor, from of Tuscany, his letter Duke about misery of Irish, London 1709, 160. 160*, Giraldus 313, 317. Cambrensis, of Baculum account --copy in Black Book of Christ bv, Jesu 292. Church', see of Girolomo, Edessa, abp. I Grimaldi, Hieronymus. letter of recom Giustiniani, cavaliere, 121*. mendation for, [c. 1800]. 325. Gladius, see Somerset, Edward. Glamorgan, see earls of, Gloucester, Clare, de and Richard de. Gilbert rex Dorman Gobfraidh (Guthrie), orum (? recte Normanorum), 1095, 334. of Godfrey (Godericus king regulus)} Dublin, 1074, 333f. and Godwin, Francis, bp. of Llandafl d. 1633, his Annals, Hen. Hereford, 280. I 280*, VIII-Mary, see Cogan, Milo de. Goganenti, Alan (Ailin Gordun), 1750, Gordon, 105. 105*, -George, 1735, 103. -the two bheirt Georges (an 1735 and 103, Seoirse), 103*, 1750, 105*. duchess of Perth (Siobhan -Joan, Baindiuc Gordun, Peairt), proceed ings against, 1719, 92*, 92. 105. -John, 1750, 105*, -fr for unable alone, William, c. 1700, 97*, 98. Scottish mission -see also Gourdon, fr. I lord Annaly, 354f. Gore, John, CJ., Robert his (Dr. Georges;, Gorges, and com to lord keeper proposals missioners for Irish affairs, 1669, 365. see Gormanston (Gormanstown), Giozefto Regular, Preston, 285. Gougaud, par., 1755, 186. Dingle Gould, Henry, letter to Irish Goupy, signor, to deliver 249. in Paris, College 1816, 249*, a (an tAth. fr, Jesuit Gourdon, 104. Gordun, 104*, fosachtach), -see also Gordon. Jenico. Dom Louis,

IHacket, Andrew, 1735, 103. fr Robert (Riobard Haicead), Hacket, to convert John Harris, attempts 92. 1719, 92*, Rev. Dr. 6 hAgain), Hagan, J. J. (an in Irish College Vice-president, 3*, 3, 8*. Rome, see also Amiltone, Hamilton, signor. Gr ad well, d. 1833], -earl Rev. 6th [? Robert, of (?= James Hamilton, | in famous of earl of Abercorn), participation sent b}' Prince plot, 1818, 146. to earl of Tyrconnell, 146*, Orange 1689, in Sheehy v. Graham, 1765, Graham, 92*, 92. 355. of Orkney countess -Elizabeth, of first marquis of Montrose given (Horckney), possession -James, | of | in talks with lands dean confiscated in Ireland, 1699, (Montros), | 1647, 35*. 95*, 95. Fermo,

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of the Dr. Richard J., director Hayes, 342. National Library, j 336. de, 1289, Hengham, Ralph Headfort, marquis of, see Taylour, Thomas. of England queen Maria, (Bainrioghain 11*, Shasana), 15*, 27f, 28*, 30*, 34*, 87*. -secures of Irish liberation 1636-7, priest, 20*, 20H. to, for liberation -gratitude of Slingsby, 1636, 18*. -her in interest young Slingsby, 1639, 28. -her to favour lord Roch, 1637, 21. of earl of Antrim, -protector 25. 1638, to learn of Irishman -sorry ill of her, for speaking punished 26. 1639, 26*, she wished that ??-suggestion to poison marquis of Hamilton, 1639, 26*, 26. to revival of pilgrimages -and St. Patrick's Purgatory, 1638, 25*, 25. to Card. -letter 1645, Spada, 86*. i Henry Henry 330. Henry I., king II, king III of England, of England, king 328. 304f, 328, Hengist, Henrietta 327.

for commissioner Francis, Hamilton, in execution H.M. Declaraputting 384. 1660, tion, of Irish and guardianship -general, 219. in Prague, College 218*, 359. -James, 1699, 3rd marquis James, -(Hamiltone), of Hamilton, 1639, 26. Arran), -James, (probably=lord 68*. 1689, Stranorlar par., 1751, Neal, Harachy, 189. -see also Nelanus O Harachy. to sir William, Harbord, secretary 352f. lord Essex, 1673-76, of Harthacnut king (Hardcnotte), 328. England, (d. 1855), James Hardiman, 343, 358, 384. 379, of William Hardinge, Henry, Keeper Estates Record the Landed Office, 350, 353, 377, 379, 381, 383. Hardwick, lord, see Yorke, Philip. = fr Paul, Hares (Heres), probably Paul Harris, activities of, 1636, 20*, 20f. 327f. king of England, Harold, to discuss Catholic Mr., relig Harpur, c. 1639, 13. ion in Ireland, in Rome, College G., English Harris, to J. C. Hippisley M.P., signs address 118. of all students, in name 1794, to con attempts (Sean), -John, 17l 9, 92*, 92. vert, see Hares, fr Paul. -fr Paul, Irish Haughton's 1800], Poplin [c. 120. Havering, Richard

(Hannraoi VIII), king of 12*, England, 12, 152*, 222*, 224, Haueringes), (Aueringis, 280. 280*, de, abp. of Dublin, 1307-10, Henry the Fowler, 327. 310f. 291, 301f, see Hares, fr Paul. 0 hAodha), Heres, Paul, (Eadbhard Edward, Hay, of 325. to National Convention Herod, secretary Frederick on veto Hervey to Pius address (Hervie), Augustus, Catholics, of Bristol fourth earl (Tighearna 1815, 230. VII, Protestant to counter-address -sends BriostoD, bp. of Deny, 216. Card. Litta, 276. 1768-1803, 124, 216*, 1817, 276*, 123*f, to Card. Litta, 327. -letter king of Angles, Hida, 1817, Dr. 0 hUigin), Dr. 277. (an Higgins, 1751, 277*, 193. fr Richard, O.F.M. 192*, (an tAth. Hayes, Hilary of the cent. 326. 0 hAodha), Riocard 3, (Hyllarius), delegate for putting See to the Holy commissioner of Ireland Catholics Hill, Arthur, H.M. Declaration, the veto, execution in 270*, 1660, 148*, 247, against 384. 274. 270*, 271, 274*, on veto, -envoy of England, -address to Pius VII probably= ambassador the Richard at 228f. Hill, 1815, 227*, in to Pius -letter Hague, Englishman imprisoned 1816, VII, at request Brussels 271. 97*, of, 1699, 271*, 97. to Card. of -letters Secretary his History 265. -Rev. 246f, of the George, 265*, 246*, State, 1816, Donnells Mac 342. -to receive to address of Antrim, reply to Pope, Stranorlar of Irish people par., 1816, 266*. John, 1751, Hilley, he 189. about way -complaint ?-see also Killey, to Pope, 266*. John. 1816, spoke never sir -Card. Litta Hippisley, gave him (Hippesley, Hyppisles), 271. of delegate, title 114*, 116*, 110*, John Coxe, M.P., 1816, 271*, from Rome, 121, 123*, 210, 120*, 138*, 142*f, 1817, -expulsion 276. 274, 276, 276*. 276*, 271, 274*, 271*, to and -letters of friends in Cork 1793? -meeting from, 123*. I 114*, 119*, 119, 1802, 146*, 146. of, [1818],

land, 293, Henry VIII

(Oenricus), 329-334.

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sir Stranorlar Hippisley, (Hippesley, Hyppisles), Horrovan, John, par. letters 189. from, while 1751, John Coxe, M.P., -see in Rome, 117*. also Hororan, 1793, 114*, John. ?-letter to certain forestall Stranorlar 189. -Neal, par., 1751, 111. -Peter-189. rumours, 1793, 110*, .-letter to Pius VII -see also Horovan, about Peter. of Ireland, Catholic leaders [1794], Stranorlar par., Horrozan, John, 115. 115*, 1751, 189. ?-letters to Card. Campanelli, -see also Hororan, John. 119*. 115*, 1794, 117*, Hothum (Honyom, Hovyon, Hoyom), .-letter from Pius VII to, William de, abp. of Dublin, 1296-98, 143*. 1802, 296ff. -letter of thanks from arch to Holy -ambassador See, of 210*. bishops Ireland, 1800, 297. 1289, -letter his labours about for -consecrated at Ghent, 1298, 210*. Catholics, 1801, 297, 337. ?-letter to bp. of Minorca, -on special mission in Rome, 123*. 1802, 297. 1298, -letters to lord Fingall, 1813, at Dijon, -death 1298, 297, 128. 128*, 302. to Card. Sec. -memorandum his Chronicle, 318. Card. of State and Hoveden, Pro-Datarius, 111. see Hothum, William 111*, Hovyon, de, address sub from British William de. 118. Howard Card. jects to, 1794, 118*, (Ouuard), [Philip with Milner's consulted Cibo -disgusted pub Thomas], by Card. in Rome, 125*. lication, [1813], 1688, 79*, 80. to letter Milner's 80. -publishes -nephew of, 1688, 79*, 125*f. of Kildare, him, Howlot, Richard, bp. -in Rome, 274. 1333-52, [1815], 306, 312. -activities in Rome, Stranorlar Hue, 1818, Phelim, par., 1751, 146*. 195. see to his book against -reference Charles. Hugan, Wogan, 146*. 335. Jesuits, Hugo, S., bp. of Lincoln, in famous plot, -participation Huntingdon, Henry of, his Historia 146. 316f. 1818, 146*, Anglorum, v. Jervois, lessee of Browne Hogan, Hurkson, George, Dingle par., 1755, 187. 355. 1765, c. 1700, 363. D.Litt. (an -professor Hurley, Patrick, James, Seamus t-Ollamh 280*. 6 h-Cgain), Hussey, par., John, Dingle 1755, 186. -br William Liam 6 -Luke, (an Br temp. Charles II, 351. and guardianship of Irish -Maurice, 187. Dingle par., hCgain) 1755, in Prague, 218. College -Patt,-186. 217*, v. Holland, Holland, in King duchess of York Hyde, lady Anne, 1770, 355. of James wife (Baindiiic Eabhraic), lord (?=Denzill baron II, 87*. Holles, Holies, 348. wife of Laurence Holies), -Henrietta, earl of Rochester Limerick Holligan, Hyde, (Bain dioc, Robert, cent. her influence tighearna 15, 5. Rochester) with Honorius queen 625-640, 207, regarding 1, Pope, lord-deputv 254. in Ireland, 56." ship 252*, 1686, 55*, Honorius earl of Clarendon, de -Henry, 2nd III, (Jacobus Pope, in favour of his retention as Queen 1216-27, 330, 335. Sabellis), see Hothum, William in Ireland, 56. 1686, Viceroy Honyom, de, 55*, William de. -to be recalled, 1686, 56*. -to lord admiral sir Hood, (probably relinquish Privy Seal, Samuel criticises 59*, 59. [1687], Hood), bishops, see Hilary. 113*. [1793], Hyllarius, see Hippisley, Hopkins, William, 1656, 367. Hyppisles, Cavalier, see Hamilton, sir John Coxe. Countess Horckney, of, Elizabeth. I. par., 1751, John, Stranorlar Hororan, 195. -see also Horrovan, S. 105. Ignatius, (N. Iognaid), John and 105*, Inchiquin John. Horrozan, (Incinquin, Incirquin), see O Brien, Stranorlar 195. Baron of, par., 1751, -Manus, Murrough. of, 1639, 27. Infante, Card., passport -Peter,-195. -see also Horrovan, Peter. Franciscus Ingoli, signore [probably Stranorlar of 1751, 195. par., Ingoli, secretary Propaganda -William,

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for circumspection Innocent need favour to fr Cassiano, 1622-49], XI, orders about to Ireland sent and 1687, 57*. fr Peter Walsh, -and 1687-8 Britain, 1636, 20. Innocent 59. 326. I, S., Pope, 59*f, -oil letter of frWalsh Innocent to duke III, Pope, 2*, 1198-1216, of Ormond, 244, 237*, 251*, 1688, 79*. 253, 266*, 267, -Talbot in service 269, 330. 268*, formerly Innocent 332. 63. of, 1687, IV, Pope, 63*, 1243-54, Innocent -wishes II to be X, Pope (Papa), 1644-55, James of France, to promote his rose for queen Catholic urged 1645, reliiong 29*. in Ireland, 71*. 1687, -his -letter fr Petre about about anxiety to, to Ireland, Rinuccini's 1687, 90*. journey 1645, 36*. in 30*f, arrangements -episcopal from of queen emissary Ireland, 1688, 79*, 80. -and of new consecration England to, 1645, 86*. for -assistance Irish bishop, Cath Irish 1688, 67*. with 45*. olics, 1646-7, 32*rf, 36*, -dispute king of France over will be used 73*. money -hopes [c. 1688], guartieresy or other important to capture Dublin II seeks expedition of -James certain matter, strong point, 1646, 32*. 1689, 69*. news -awaits from Scarampi II hopes for aid fro re, -James or Nuncio, 37*. 1646, 1689, 69*f. -will be Innocent informed of new XII, Pope pleased (Papa), for reasons at to aid return financial to Irish Scarampi's given 160*. 1646, 37*. Italy, Catholics, 1699, over Nuncio has -thinks 1645 [Carolo Francesco], Invernizi, 33*. stepped instructions, 1646, 47, 39*, 41*, 43*f. at Nuncio's -pleased good -news from, 1646, 32*. -his to return 1646, 43*. health, may misfortunes, -satisfied with Nuncio's 37*. Italy, 1646, to get gold rose from, work, 1647, 33*f. -Rinuccini, -regrets split in Confederacy, 1645, 38*. fr Edmond, 34*. 88. 1647, Ireland, to lessen endeavour -clergy S., 238*, 245, 269. Irenaeus, powers of, 1647, 34*. Islip, Hugh de, temp. Edward II, 306. to -attitude -Walter of S. Patrick's, foreign prince de, canon as protector of Ireland, temp. Edward 1647, 34*. II, 306. to Eoghan -attitude Ruadh, 1648, 35*. -will inform Nuncio if settle J. is made, ment 1648, 35*. excom for -request to, Jackson (Jack, Jakson), Thomas, munication of supporters British of truce minister to plenipotentiary with of Sardinia, 36*. 123. 1648, Inchiquin, king 1802, 123*, Irish agents to card, -and in Rome, -letters of secretary 122*ft 1648, 35*, 46*. State, at arrival of Nuncio to Ireland, -pleased Jacobus, legate magistery 46*. in France, 1221, 331. 1649, Innocent see Jackson, Thomas. XI, Pope Jak (Papa), (Jakson), 1676-89, 73*/ the Apostle, 325. 68*, 57*, James to James, -letters of Duke James I, king of England, (Ri), 85*f, later 90*. 85f. York, James II, 87*, to abp. -letter of Cashel, -fear of aid for Irish foreign 159*. 1677, 1612, 85*, 85. Catholics, some Catholics, -ambassador of II -frees James 1612, 85*, 72*. 85. to, 1686, 47*, -his in Irish affairs, interest and executed -bishop priest by 74*. order of, 1612, 85*, 85. 1686-9, 71*, -his of Tyrconnell a approval James II, king of England (Seamus as Viceroy, 1686, 76*. Do, Ri Shasana), 10*f, 47*f, 52, 55*, -approves religious policy 74*. James II, 1686, fr of -and repentance Magauran, 1686, 76*. of Irish -petition prelates about in 3rd degree dispensation of consanguinity and affinity, 1687, I 64*. of 57*f, 92*, 60, 92. 64*, 66*, 67, 74*, 89*, 89,

-appoints his ambassador 47*. to earl

earl of Castlemain to the Pope, 1685, of successor 1686, 54*,

71*ff,

-appointment of Castlemain, 71f.

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ii, j James Ireland, new 67*. mended 65*, 65.

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of marquis appoints his in Holland, envoy 1686, 53*, 53. -secures of release Count from Bastille, 54*. Dalbi 1686, of Catholic -appointment over in soldiers English general 53*f. Holland, 1686,

in arrangements episcopal 79f. 1688, 79*, of consecration of -approves Irish in private, bishop 1688, -Michael Plunket to, 1688, 80*, 80. -Irishman presented recom to, 1688,

with his relig pleased ?-Pope ious policy, 1686, 74*. -nominates in Ire bishops 74*. 1686-9, land, with -difficulties regular in London, 1686, 49. clergy fr Thos. -and Magauran, ] I 1686, 54*, 54, 56*, 74. disserof -and dedication j at the Sor of Irish tation priest 81*. 1686, 50*f, 50f, bonne, to advan in Ireland, ?-reform 50. of Catholics, 49*, 1686, tage of -removal of Chancellor hostile to Catholics, Ireland 1686, 49*, 50. his viceroy .-lord Tyrconnell in Ireland, 48*, 57*, 66*. with his pleased -Pope 76*. 1686, selection, to arrange of -efforts affairs 48*. 1686, Ireland, with confers Maloney -bp. at Paris, Irish him about College 1686, 52*, 53. to confirm Pro -persuaded in their testants 1686, holdings, . 55*,. 55. in -intermediary dispute * of France, between and king Pope 73*. 1686-89, -his zeal for Catholic Faith, 51*, 51, 60*, 81*. 1686-7, j him to promote wishes -Pope Catholic Faith in Ireland, 1687, 71*, 71. with lord Tyr-meeting j for preferment of to arrange connell in Ireland, 62*. Catholics 1687, i to Catholics, -his assistance 63*. 1687, ?-his in Scotland, Catholics -:-and 1687, 58*. as James VII j -proclamation

of new ersity, 1688, 92*. to,

about election -not consulted of Oxford Univ-^ Chancellor 1688, 66*. of Garter, -confers Order 67*. to Card. D'Este, -letter 1689,

-letter from XI Innocent. 90*. -seeks of papal expedition has entrusted to Card. been what 69*. 1689, D'Este, to seek papal Porter -sends 69*. aid, 1689, difficulties financial -Pope's 69*. 1689, to, explained of plans of William, -news of Orange, Prince 1689, 68*. reach, lord Tyrconnell can -hopes forces withstand Williamite in Ire land, 1689, 68*. of lord Tyrconnell -loyalty to, 1689, 92*, 92. from lord -messengers to, 1689, 68*. Tyrconnell bids -d'Adda farewell to, 69*. 1689, aid -his to Ireland, 1689, 69*. to go to Ireland, -intention 69*. 1689, at Brest -embarks for Ire land, 1689, 70*, 70. -arrival in Ireland, 1689, 92* 92. in France, -arrival 1689, 92*. for horses pur -payment in Ireland, chased 1689, 92. to Ire -reported returning land, 1699, 93*, 94. in Ireland supporters suffer confiscation, [1699], 94*, 94. -copy will of, 106*. of York -as duke of Scotland (Ri Alban), [? 1687], (Diuc 87*, 95*, 95. Eabhraic), 60*, 60. j of -his from confessor, 1686, 50ff, 52*. marquis -report to king Irish on affairs about Albeville in Holland, -speaks 1687, at Sorbonne, 51. student 62*. 1686, -see also Marciato, fr ; Petre, to secretary of orders -gives fr. state in Ireland, 1687, 58*. letter to -his of -behaviour representative's Capuchins, fr Petre, about 1687, 90*, Pope 1687, 61*. 90. of d'Adda ?-interview with, -his first wife, 59*. lady Anne Hyde, [1687], 87*. of -consecration d'Adda, -his second wife, Mary d'Este, 1687, 60*, 90*. of Modena, of duke 87*. dau. seek his aid in -d'Adda may see James of to Convent of bequest execution king of Scotland, James VII, i of England. 79*. II, king 1688, Kilkenny, n.d.,

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Survey, Kelly, 195. James, Stranorlar par., 1751,

of Ordnance

195. -John,-189, of Tuam -Oliver, abp. (Aird easbog Thuama), 1814-34, 222*, 263. 225f, Stranorlar par., -Owen, 1751, 189. -see also Kelly, Eugene. fr Philip, see O.F.M. Kennedy, Cap. fr Philip. O Kennedy, com to registrar -Thomas, for King's missioners Declaration, 385. 1660-61, Hieronymus. Marcus O.F.M. (Nicholas (Marcus 6 Coinnigh), Kenny, III, Jeronimus, of Cong, Vicar 355. abbot of General 1277-81), Pope, lessee of Browne with in Hogan, Augustinians, dispute abp. Jervois, of Tuam, v. Jervois, 355. 1739, 166, 166*f. 1765, of Arc, maid Kir Robert d. 1431, of Orleans, Kieravan, (?= Patrick Joan 153. 1758-c. wan), bp. of Achonry, 1776, 202. 280. [?], 280*, Jo. Bel see Fitzgerald, earls 325. of, Kildare, John, apostle, and Thomas. Gerald 325. -evangelist, Peter -the 325f. Kilkelly, (Kilkelli, Baptist, Killikelly, of MacGiolla of Kildare, letter dean Ceallaigh) bp. of Kilmac John,, 1744-c. La Warr 202. to, 1307, 300. 1783, Henry duagh, in dispute 327. between -judgment John 523-26, I, S., Pope, of Cong abbots and Mayo, (Eoin IV), 207, 252*t John IV, Pope, 1743, 254. 168. 168*, of of England, selection -and king 318, 305, bishops John, 170. 329f. and dignitaries, 1745, 170*, cer of Portugal (Rf na king -proposals concerning John V, his aid for tain parishes, 1746, 171*, 171. 1706-50, Portuing&le), Irish sought, with 163*. dioc. union 1713, -proposed persecuted 181. of Kilfenora, Meath cent. 1750, 181*, Nicholas, dioc, Jordane, Stranorlar par., 15, 5. Killey, John, 1751, 195. of Hungary (Ri na Joseph I, king -see also Hilley, congratu John. 1687-1712, hUngaire), for lated lord 6 (Seamus Killyne, James by Carlingford Cillfn), of Kilmacduagh, letter Vicar General II, 1688, 64*, 64. James to Card. Rospigliosi, (Iul III), III, Pope, 1668, Julius 1550-5, 158*, 242. 158. 235*, Kilwardby 243. (de Kylwardybi) Justinus, S., Robert, 335. abp. of Canterbury, 1273-8, K. Com baron John, Kingston, King, for putting missioner in execution 145. H.M. Mr and Mrs., Declaration, 1660, 384. [18201, Kane, Karolus 1st lord King, 327. lord chan (Charlemagne), -Peter, and Brown of England, cellor 357. Keating, 1725-33, Keating, see King, to Vicars Lon Kingston, printers baron, John. Apostolic, 141. PToinsias Francis 1814, don, (Kyrovan, Kirwan, see O Keeffe, of Killala, 6 Keef, Monsignor James, Ciardhubhain), bp. from expelled James. Ireland, 1655, 157*, of 157. Commissioner Thomas, Keightly, 345. 0 Revenue, (Sean 1703, -John Ciardhubhain), see sir George Keith of Tuam, archdeacon n.d.~ Keith, (? rede lord, 209. Elphinstone. Kirwan, q.v.), Thomas, 209*, see Erskine, see Kellie of Achonry, -Patrick, (Kelly), bp. lord, David. Robert. Henry Kieravan, Stranor -Thomas Cormack (Tomas 6 Ciardhubhain), Kelly, (Cormick), lar par., Archdeacon of Tuam, 159. 1751, 189, 195. 159*, -see Kirwan, -Daniel 0 (Domhnall Ceallaigh), John. vicar of Clonfert, letter to Richard 352. general Knowles, B., 1668. Card. Rospigliosi, Kollowrath 158. count Leo 157*, (Colowratt), O Ceallaigh), of Bohemia, -Edmond d. 1809, (liamonn pold, chancellor of Irish College of Clonfert, of and guardianship appointed bp. 1718, 162. 218f. 162*, 218*, Prague, see Kil Robert Stranorlar -Eugene, par., Kylwardybi, de, 1751, 195. Robert. wardby, -see also Kelly, see Kirwan, Francis. Owen. Kyrovan, Francis,

of England queen (Sinead, Jane, 12. Bainrioghain), 1553, 12*, (Jefferys, Jeffreys, Jefferyes, Col. General John, Jeoffries), to Court of Registrar Claims, 385. 1665, 3805, sir George, lord Stafford, Jerningham, 357. S., 3243. Jerome, see Grimaldi, abp. of Edessa, Jerome,

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La Warr, 300. family, of canon -Henry, Augustinian 1st lord of Meath, of Holy Bristol, de, prior Hugh Trinity, Lacy, c. 1300-07, owner Dublin, 1186, 329. murdered, probable of Black Book of Christ d. 1243, Church. ._Hugh de, earl of Ulster, 285-308 324. 330f. passim, ~?de -John, Sean Edward 300. Rev. John (John Lacij, tempore I, 149. first La baron Roger, 149*, Warr, Lasa), --a soldier in France, tempore Edward attempts I, 300. in dioc of to obtain preferment cent. Lawles, John, Dublin 15, dioc, 183. KiUaloe, 1750, 5. 183*, Luim -Robert (Riobard, Easbog Dean H. author of Lawlor, J., and 1737-59, nigh) bp. of Limerick, Calendar and Liber of the Liber Niger of bishops and dignitaries, selection Albus of Christ Church, Dublin} 170. 169*, 1745, 1907, 283-314 passim. of S. Mary's j par., -possession Leche, Leek, 172. John de (Leche, Leeke, 172*, 1747, Bhaile Sean John .--Walter de, Airdeasbog de, d. 1241, 331. Atha of Cliath), abp. Dublin, La Marche, Jean Francois de, bp. of 1311-13, 291, 305, 310f. S. Pol de Leon, 111*, 111, 113. -his petition about a studium of Pope's letter sent ?-copy in Dublin, 151. generate 112*. 151*, 1312, to, [1793], and Wells, of Ledred, -William, Richard, bp. of Bath O.F.M., bp. 306. Ossory, 1292, 336. 1318-60, 7th earl of Cavan, Lamb art, Richard, Thomas, Leigh, accountant, 1700, 362. fr Patrick 123. (An tAth. Padhraic) Leith, 122*f, Major-General, a missionary of State sir George, in Scotland, formerly secretary Lane, now in Rome, for Charles 103. under II, commissioner 1746, 103*, in execution H.M. 105*. Declara -praise for, 1750, putting of tion, 347, 384. Lennan, [Matthew], 1660, O.F.M., bp. -sir for 201. commissioner Dromore, Richard, 1780-1801, Leo the Great, in execution H.M. S. and Pope Declara (Naomh putting Leon Mor, tion, 1660, 384. Papa), 233*, 237*, 240, 244. 1070 Lanfranc, abp. of Canterbury, Leo X, 10*. (Leon X), Pope, 89, 314, 328, 333. 1513-21, Leo -writes to people and clergy XII, Pope, 1823-29, grants of Dublin, to Franciscan, faculties 317. 1828, 278*, 278. -consecrates Patrick bishop of Dublin, Mr. Harry, 387. Leon, 1074, 333. Leopold -consecrates Donat 1., Emperor bishop (Impearoir), of Dublin, Count in service Taaffe 1085, 334. 1687, of, 58*, 58. Langford, Henry, 1699, 359. sir Thomas his to use edition to, Larcom, -petition good A., on behalf of History offices of Irish Catholics, 341. of the Down Survey, Lareadi in Rome, be 160. his aid should 159*, 1691, -brief on Francis at aid to Friell S. Irish sought by sent Catholics 163*. 193. to, 1700, Isidore's, 192*, 1751, La Rochella, Cardinal Richard Lercari, Nicolaus, Secretary de, see Rupella, of of Pro Richard de. State and Secretary Las from Pre Don letter paganda, 1743-57, Torres, Diego de, works fect of Propaganda 100*. against to, 1727, Massari, 1649, 36*. answer ?-letter to from and Card. -proposal Corsini, 173*. 1649, 46*. 1748, from, his in from -communication Latilla, Cesare, bookshop abp. of Dublin 100. 173*. Rome, to, 1748, 1745, 100*, a Linse -letter from br Eoin Laud, S., chapel Trinity of, in Holy 181*. 308f. Dublin, to, [1750], Cathedral, to of -letters Protestant Card. Laud, William, abp. Corsini, 187*. 13, 26, 28. Canterbury, 1755, 1633-45, c 265, 326. di Milord Randal Leua, S., archdeacon, (perhaps Laurence, Mac Donnell, fr tAth. 2nd earl of Antrim), (an Labhras), Laurent, of Capuchins married to Duchess of Buckingham, commissioner general of the Irish Mission, 16. with in dispute 1635, 359. Custos of England, pretended [1687], Levinge, Richard, 1699, see Prince of 61*, 61. Lewelin, Wales, in Paris, internuncio Lauri, Abbot, Ap Gruffydd. Llywelyn his report on Irish priest Abbot of Lexinton, Stephen of, studying at visitor to the Irish Stanley, general 50f, 1686, 50*, Sorbonne, Cistercian 74*, 74. houses, 1229, 319.

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Card. [Carolus], Livizzani, proposed Protector of Ireland, [1814], 273*, 273. ap Gruffydd, Llywelyn (Lewelin) of Wales, d. 1282, 335. Prince (an tEasbog [Sylvester], Lloyd, no bp. cf Killaloe, 1729-39, Laoide), seeks 1738, longer 165*, coadjutor, 165. -favourable mention of, to 166. King, 165*, 1737, see O Brien, Murrough, II, Lobron, earl of Inchiquin. see Camerons. Lochiel, see Louis I. emperor, j Lodowicus, v. Loftus, in Rochfort 1771, Loftus,

of Adramyt Leybourne, John, bp. at con to assist 1685-1702, tium, of d'Adda, secration 1687, 60*, 60. par., 1755, 186. Jeremy, Dingle Leyne, cavalier), [Lidcott] Lychot, (Likot, to of embassy secretary [vSir John], to continue in charge, See, Holy 1686, 55*, 55. am -to present replace on his bassador 1686, departure, 73*, 73. Linch, Lynch, James, James. Richard abp. of Tuam, see

(Riocard), coadjutor Lincoln, with his difficulties of Dublin, bp. 180*. the abp. and clergy, 1750, of Ely], Loftus -as visct. of S. -[Adam, priest parish lord chancellor of Ireland, archdeacon and 1619-39, Dublin, Nicholas, for seeks of Glendalough, imprisoned 1638, 25. by Wentworth, salary see Camerons. in Rome, Lokel, procurator 1753, 184*, 184. book fourth of his Lombard, Peter, John (Sean, Airdeasbog Linegar, Liber 292. Bhaile Atha abp. of Dublin, Sententiarum, Cliath) with Duke decree in dispute (Diuc) Lorena, of, probably 1734-57, duke of Lorraine, 168*. Canons 1646, 31*. Charles, Regular, 1743, of -selection and [Charles, (Diuc) Lorraine, 5th] Duke bishops 160. 170. of, 1697, 160*, 1745, 169*, dignitaries, at of Louis 327. limitation emperor, I., le Debonnaire, -surprised Louis of France, 166. king 1108-37, 1748, VI, 166*, ordinations, arrives -enclosure 328. in Rome Louis 173*. VIII, king of France, 1223-26, from, 1748, . in England, for procurator -seeks 1216, 330. salary Louis 184. in Rome, 1226-70, 184*, IX, S., king of France, 1753, -88 yrs. old, his coadjutor's 331f. j Louis 180*. of France, (Ri na king difficulties, XIV, 1750, see Slingsby. to make peace Lingsbeo, Frainnce), Signor, attempts in Ireland, br Eoin a, dispute 1647, 34*. Linse, O.P., to Ireland, of assistance of Tuam between and regular -question abp. 181*. 1647, 33*. clergy, [1750], to Ireland, of -assistance Card. [Prefect 1689, 69*, Litta, [Laurentius], j I of Rector 69. 1814-18], Propaganda, over quartieres, with Pope bp. of Sabinia, 135*(?), -dispute Propaganda, c. 1688, 73*. 270*, 233*, 238, 240, 243, 236*, Irish sought, -his aid for persecuted 277. 277*, to Poynter, -letters 163*. I 1814, 1700, 145*. of France, [1816 or 1820], (Ri na king 143*, XV, | Louis - effects of continued should be assistance support Frainnce), of Monsignor for Catholics 1815, 144*, 144, Milner, sought from, 1727, with 100*. Milner -in sympathy and Irish people, 144*. 1815, Loundres, de, abp. of Dublin, Henry -letter to abp. of Dublin on 330f. 1213-28, 310f, veto question, of editor of Annals R., Henry 1815, 219*, 220, 231*, Luard, 232. 319. Dunstable in Annates Monastici, -letter to Irish bishops, fr (An tAthair ?=fr Luca, 1816, Lucas), 250*. 1646, 31*f. Luke, Capuchin, attitude 325. -explains Pope's Lucan, towards for 256. Sub-Commissioner veto, Lucas, 1816, 255*, Edward, from fr R. in execution H.M. Declara -pro-memoria putting 265. Hayes to, 1816, tion, 1660, 384. -letter to fr R. Hayes, A.D. king of Britain, [1816], Lucius, 156, 326. of Commissioner 271*, 271. Roger, Ludlow, of Irish -address Catholics Commonwealth 377. Court of Claims, 276f. of Ms. to, 1817, 276*f, Card., original Ludovisi, to Monsignor -letter Brevis to, 152*. given Mazio, Relatio, 277. the Evangelist, 326. 1818, 277*, Luke, -Card. Consalvi's of Dublin, victory Luke, abp. 1230-55, 310f, 146. over, 1818, 146*, 319, 331f. A. G., in his Friars Lungespeye. Little, Grey Stephen de, justiciar, 290. 332. Oxford, 1257-60,

I 355.

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OF PERSONS 33
see also MacCarthy, Macarty. of Cork -Thady (Tadhg), bp. (Easbog Chorcaighe), 1727-47, about petition limiting ordinations, 166*. 1742, -selection of and bishops 170. dignitaries, 1745, 169*, of Cashel, McCarwell, David, abp. 332. 1254-89, Stranorlar McCatlin, Patt., par., 189. 1751, -see also Patrick. Calline, Mac Stranorlar Catline, John, par., 189. 1751, -see aiso MacColline, John. has letters from MacCauley, dominus} the Pope to the Princes, 1814, 135*, 141. Clogher Maccearbaill, dioc, cent., 15, 6. Maccenyr, Donald, Clogher dioc.,. 15, 5. cent., an tAth., 3. MacCoisdealbha, O.P., McColgan, John, (Sean, Easbog seeks Dhoire), bp. of Deny, 1752-65, for procurator in Rome, salary 1753, 184. 184*,

see sir John. Lychot, Cavalier, Lidcott, v Lynch, 355. Lynch, 1765, ?? Chill Andrew Easbog (Andrias, of Kilfenora, Fionnabhrach), bp. 156. 1647-C.1673, 156*, Seamas (Linch, Linse, -James, a) abp. of Tuam Thuama), (Airdeasbog from Alexander letter 1669-1714, 154. VII to, [1657], 154*, _-de followers and Burgo dissatisfied 159. with, 1669, 159*, ^_? about -petition dispensation of consanguinity in 3rd degree and affinity, 1688, 64*, 64. Dr. John, Canon of S. Patrick's, Lyon, 284. 1740-90, well-known antiquary,

M. Ma-(?), letter marriage 107*. Baldassar (? to Card. Castelli of lord Montagu, bishop), about 1765,

Macagobann, Clogher David, dioc, cent. 15, 6. I Macannoglaych, Florence, Ardagh cent. dioc, 15, 6. Stranorlar MacColline, John, par., an tAth. Mac Partholan 195. Aodhagain, 1751, 280*. -see also O.F.M., McCatline, John. Macarti -Niall (rede Maccartan, Stranorlar Theophilus), (Nelaus), par., of Down, 195. Monsignor, bp. 1760-78, 1751, 201. -Patrick-195. Mac arty Mac Carr fr James (probablv=Fingin MacCormic, (MacCormaic, 332. an tAth. thaigh), 1261, of Seamas), president in lessee of Barrymore S. Isidore's -party vy College, 1801, 122*, 122. 355. MacCormick Macarty, 1765, James. (McCormick), Mac Breahon, Stranorlar Stranorlar John, par., par., 1751, 189, 195. 189. -Felim 1751, (Philemeus)-195 -see also Mac Brehan, 195. John. -Patrick-189, 189. Stranorlar par., -Manus, Stranorlar 1751, McCoule, Denis, par., 1751, -see also McBrehon, Manus. 189. Stranorlar 189. -Neal, par., Stranorlar 1751, MacCroddan, James, par., -see also Niall. 195. MacBrehan, 1751, Mac Brehon, -see Stranorlar als<% Croddan, par., Cormac, James. 195. 1751, 189, Stranorlar MacCroddane, John, par., 195. -James-194. 1751, -see also -see also McCrodden, James. McBrehone, John. Stranorlar 195. -John, Stranorlar par., 1751, McCrodden, John, par., -see also Mac 189. Breahon, John. 1751, Stranorlar -see also -Manus, par., 1751, 195. McCroddane, John. -see also Mac Breahon, an tAth Manus. see MacDaibheid, Antoine, 194. Stranorlar -Niall, par., 1751, Davet, Anthony. -see also Mac Neal. suit of Charles Breahon, MacDaniell, Morgan, Stranorlar Wade -Terence, par., 1751, against, 1737, 356. 195. MacDavet 189, (McDavitt), Monsignor, Stranorlar James, McBrehone, 201. par., Philip, bp. of Deny, 1766-97, 189. 1751, Neall Stranorlar MacDavett, (Niellus), -see also Mac James. par., Brehon, L751, 189, 195. killed Maccanefy, 1250, 332. McDavitt, fr, see Davet, Anthony. MacCarran Irish (McCarren), Terence, J. H., McDermot, College [in Stranorlar 195. par., address to 189, 1751, Rome] C. signs J. of Meath, name in of all students, McCarroll, John, bp. Hippisley 331. 118. 1322-27, 1794, 1 MacDermot Maccartan, bp. of Down, Theophilus, Roe, (Muder Thomas, see Mac Macarti, Diarmada Monsignor. Ruaidh motroe, fr Benedict, witness to of Ardagh, MacCarthy, bp. Tomas), 1747-51, retraction of fr Peter Walsh, seeks of Kilronan, administration 1687, 65. 172. 1747, 171*,

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Roe, Thomas, retain parish,

16?INDEX OF PERSONS
permission 1747, 172*, M.A., inni on ar scrihh Tuarascbhdil D.D., an Vatican i gCartlainn (report in documents the Vatican 1-280. Archives), Niall, -see 280*. Sean, Stranorlar also Magill, par., Neal.

Kilmac MacGillananath, Thomas, cent. duagh dioc, 15, 6. fr Angus MacGillis, (Enea), missionary in Scotland, 103. (Aodh -Hugh MacDomhnaill), [1735], vicar in Highlands, Stranorlar pro apostolic McGilwee, Neal, par., as vicar nomination posed apostolic 1751, 189, 194. for all Scotland, 104. Stranorlar 103*, McGinty, 1746, Andrew, par., of Propaganda 194. -J., College Fide, 1751, address to J. C. Hippisley, -Conor-189. signs for all British in the -Denis,-189, 195. M.P., subjects 118. 1794, College, -Hugh,189, 194. fr John, missionary in Scotland, -James,-194-5. 103. [1735], 189, 194. '*-Manus,MacDonalds of -Neal,-189, Chief 194. Clanranald, Cloinne Stranorlar (Mac Domhnaill Raghnaill), MacGlinn, par., Edmond, of his cousin letter about germain 1751, 189, 195. Church in Scotland, 104. -Denis,-189, 195. 1746, 104*, Stranorlar 195. par., -John,-189, MacDonel, Michael, 189. 195. 1751, -Michael,-189, fr Francis, 147*. -Mortagh,-195. MacDonell, O.F.M., -see also .Maglinn, MacDonnchaid, Aghadoe Cormac, Mortagh. cent. Stranorlar 15, 5. dioc, -Patrick, par., 1751, 195. -see MacDonnell also Maglinn, Patrick. (Makdonall), Alexander, 3rd earl of Antrim, Stranorlar 21, 24. -Roger, par., 1751, 195. -fr -see also Maglinn, in Dublin, has papal James, Roger. bull Stranorlar Stranorlar par., concerning -Thady, par., 200. 195. [1751], 199*, 1751, 189, -sir Randal Mac first earl Stranorlar Sorley, MacGlinsey, John, par., of Antrim death 195. (Iarla Aondroma), 1751, 21. Stranorlar of, 1637, 21*, MacGoane, par., James, earl of Antrim second 196. -Randal, to aid in offers (Iarla Aondroma), -Magoane, James. Stranorlar 26*, 1638-9, Scotland, 24, 24*, MacGreena, par., Niall, 26, 35*. 196. 1751, br Michael -see also Magreena, Br. Nial. (an MacDonogh, Arther Stranor Micheal), bp. of Kilmore, 1728-46, MacGuigne, (Arthur), selection of bishops and dignitaries, lar par., 1751, 189, 195. 170. Stranorlar 1745, 170*, McGuier, par., Bernard, Dr. R. B., 387. 195. McDowell, 1751, -see also Maguire, Stranorlar MacDuell, par., Alexander, Bryan. 195. Stranorlar 1751, McGuier, par., Constans, 195f. 195. -James-189, 1751, -see also 195f. Constant. -Michael-189, Maguire, -Patrick-195. Stranorlar MacGuier, par., Denis, -Phelim-195. 195. 1751, -see also O -see also Phelim. Dennis. Duell, Maguire, M. H., Rev. his MacEgan, Stephen, (an Br. Stiofan, MacInerney, O.P., of Meath, 1729 the Irish Easbogna Midhe),bp. History of Bominicans, to be sent to, 1743, 167*. I (Dublin, Vol. 297. 56, warning 1916), -? at limitation of of S. Church surprised Macinfilead, John, 166. cent. ordinations, 1748, 166*, Nicholas, Galway, 15, 7. of -:-selection and of Cashel, bishops MacKelly, David, abp. 170. 332. dignitaries, 1745, 170*, 1239-52/3, also Egans, McKenna ;-see Bishop. (Ma Kenna), bp. Matthew, Michael of Cloyne, 201. M'Enery, J., deputy keeper 1767-91, of Public 284. see Mlaghin, Records, McLaghlin, Francis, an tAthair Francis. MacFhinn, Padraig Eric,

Patrick MacDonagh, (Mac Dhonn of KiUaloe, chada, Monsignor) bp. of bishops selection and dignitaries, 170. 1745, 169*, -his death, successor possible 171. named, 171*, MacDonald (Magdonald, Magdonel) as bishop fr J. Grant -proposes in the Highlands, 104. 1746, -Allan of (Ailin MacDomhnaill), Fort to Marq. letter Augustus, 103. d'EquiUe, 103*, 1746,

MacGabhann, MacGill, 195.

1751,

MacGillanancw(?)m, Church of Ardakaden, cent. 15, 6.

dean of John, Meath dioc.

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John MacNamara, Sean), heir of Barth. 216. [1780], 216*, MacNamee, 196. 1751, MacNeill, Analect. James, (Mac Power,

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Conmara. deceased par.,

contributor to Charles, Hib. 1, 315. former chairman Stranorlar of -professor Eoin, Bernard, J^acLoughlin, Irish Manuscripts 195. 342. 1751, Commission, par., Rev. -Patt,-189. in MacPherson, Paul, agent see of Rome of -Peter, Scottish bp. Raphoe, clergy, signs Peter. to J. C. Hippisley, address McLaughlin, 1794, 118. Stranorlar from par., -letter vicar -Terence, 1751, apostolic of London 189, 195. 125*. to, 1813, -Terence jnr.,-189. delivers letters -(probably), to Quarantotti, Dr. 342. 134*. MacLysaght, 1814, Eamonn, in famous plot, of -participation Mac Maelisa, Nicholas, abp. 146. 1818, 146*, 333. Armagh, 1272-1303, Macquire, Monsignor, bp. of Kilmore, Aird Bernard, (Bearnard, MacMahon, see Maguire, Denis. of Ard easbog Macha), abp. MacScarraith, of Aghadoe Cornelius, Armagh, 1737-47, formerly bp. cent. dioc, 15, 6. his (Easbog Chlochair), Clogher Stranorlar to Armagh, Neal, MacSwine, par., nomination 1751, 1737, 165*, 189, 195. 165. see Swiney, Owen. Owen, of MacSwiney, -selection and bishops Cluain Madden, 170. Ambrose, (Easbog 1745, dignitaries, 170*, of parish retention for Fearta), per candidates -and possible mitted in brief appointing him bp. 170*. bishoprics, 1745, of Clonfert, sent 172.* -br writes to 1711, 172*, Brullaughan Allen (?=sir Card. Valenti 172*. Madden, Major George for, 1745, d. 1828), passport Madden, of Clogher sought -Eber, (Easbog bp 122*. for, 1801, 34*. Chlochair), 1643-50, Madgett Mac Aodh (Madget, Madgitt), (Mac Mahone, Nicholas, -Hugh 201. bp. of Ardfert, 1753-74, Ard Mathghamhna, Airdeasbog -supported of Armagh, by parish priest Macha), abp. 1714-37, of Dingle, 186. 165. 1755, 186*, 161*f,162f, 165*, of Ardagh, James, bp. -and in par. of S. Magauran, dispute letters to Pope on 1815-29, signs 163. Dublin, Catherine, 1719, 163*, veto, to Milner, letter 1815-16, 226, 263. 144*. 1815, -J., fr Thomas, -(Gaurano), Chill O.F.M., -(Mac Mathghamhna, Easbog of S. Isidore's, Da guardian of formerly Lua) O.P., [Michael], bp. 82. Rome, 55*, 74*f, 75, 80*, 82*f, 183*, 183, 201. KiUaloe, 1765-1807, -on his way from Rome to -Ross (Rochus, Easbog Chlochair), England, 1686, 74*. 168*. bp. of Clogher, 1738-47, on d'Adda, -calls of -selection 1686, 52*, and bishops 52. 170. dignitaries, 1745, 170*, -d'Adda advises him to Stranorlar Bernard, MacManmon, return to Ireland, 1686, 52*, 75*, 75. 195. par., 1751, for appointment as -petition 195. ?-Conor,-189, 54. chaplain, [1686], 54*, -Darby,-189. to -ordered to his return -Diarmaid (Diermitlus), province, 1686-7, 56*, 56, 58*, 60*, 194f. 76f. 76*f, -Eugenius,-195. from -gone 1687, London, -see also McMenmon, Owen. 61*. Stranorlar -Hugh, par., 1751, 189, -his conduct in London, 195. 1688, 81*. 195. -Neal,-189, see Mac Magdonald, Magdonel, 195. -Terence,-189, Donald. Stranorlar par., MacMenmon, Owen, Magheraghty, David, abp. of Armagh 189. 1751, 304. 1334-46, "-see also MacManmon, Stranorlar Magill, Neal, par., 1751, Eugenius. 195. -see also MacGill, of Down Niall. Patrick, bp. MacMullan, and Connor, 1794-1824, Maginty, John, Stranorlar par., signs letters 1751, to Pope 189. on veto, 1815-16. 226. 263. Maglin na nGall, Diarmaid Stranorlar (Maglinn), MacMurchadha, John, 313. 189. 1751, par.,

McLaughlin (McLoughlin), Peter, bp. address to of Raphoe, 1802-19, on veto, 1815-6, 226, 263. Pope Maclauglan, College [in J., Scottish address to signs Rome], J. C, of all students, in name Hippisley 118. 1794,

Stranorlar

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Maglin par., -Mortogh, 189. -Patrick, 189. -'Roger, Magoane, 1751, ?-see Magreena, 189. Maguire, 189. -Constant, 189. -see -Denis,

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daur. of Catherine, lady ] Manners, widow 6th earl of Rutland, Francis, of George duke of Bucking Villiers, ham wife (Baindiiiic Buchingain), married to of Randal MacDonnell, lord Leua, an Irishman, 1635, 16*, 16. to Ireland, -journey 1638, 26*, 26. Mansfield, lord chief 354. Mansy, 189. William justice Murray, of England, par., earl of, d. 1793, 1751,

Stranorlai Michael, (Maglinn), 189. 1751, -see Michael. also McGlinn, Stranorlar par., 1751, -see . -see also McGlinn, Mortagh. Stranorlar par., 1751,

Patrick. also MacGlinn, Stranorlar par., 1751, 189. -see also MacGlinn, Roger. Stranorlar par., James, 189. also MacGoane, James. Stranorlar par., Nial, 1751, -ste Bryan, also Niall. MacGreena, Stranorlar par., 1751, Bernard. par., 1751,

John,

Stranorlar

-?

see

also McGuier, Stranorlar

-see also Muney, John. of Constantinople, emperor, Manuel, d. 1180, 293f. Mar duke of, see Erskine, (Diuc Mar), John. d. A.D. Marcialis, bishop, 73, 325. to James Marciato, fr, confessor on probable reports departure from London, Capuchins 1686, 91. -see also James II, confessor. Marefoschi II, of 91*, his

also McGuier, Constance. of Kilmore, O.F.M., bp. 201. 1770-^.1798, Stranorlar par., -Dennis, 1751, 189. -see also MacGuier, Denis. of Armagh -Dominic, (Aird abp. na Priomhaidh easbog Ardmacha, in London, 1683-1707, h?ireann), 1687, 58*, 58. of -consecration d'Adda, 60, 90*, 90. 1687, 60*, -G. M.P. John F., [probably for Dun member Francis Maguire, letters of his translation garvan], in The Cork Examinert published 147*. 139*, 1856,

Card. (Marifoschio), letter of Ireland, [Marius], protector about archdeacon of Tuam, [2nd 18th cent.], 209. half, 209*, 159*, Louisa ol of Orleans, Maria queen d. 1689, 69*. Spain, Mark, Marley, 1751, S., the Evangelist, 325. 326. -Pope, 337-41, Stranorlar par., Patrick, 195. -see also Morley, Patrick. 1751 Stranorlar par., lord 355. 1774, 6th earl 332. 4th earl 331. earl of in Netterville of of Pembroke Pembroke, v

(?=Card. Mai, Cardinal, Angelus Mai, -William, to Propaganda, 195. secretary 1833-38), 147. Marshal, v Major and in the King Marshall, Major, 357. Norvic, -Anselm, see Mac d. 1245, Makdonall, Alexander, Donnell, Malachy Malcheran, 1751, Alexander. 6 Morgair, S., d. 1148, 328. Stranorlar par., Terence, 189. -see aiso Mulcheran, Terence. Bominus William (Liam 6 after his death, dispute 1739, 167. -Gilbert, d. 1241,

Maleij, Maille), 167*, Mallone, notary John, apostolic, 187. 1755, William his Gesta Malmesbury, of, 316. Pontificum, v Malone, in lord Drogheda Malone, 1772, 355. see O Mollony, Maloni, bishop, John, bp. of Killaloe. 327. Mamercus, S., Manchester, pro Hugh of, O.P., c. 1285-94, 289f. vincial, Chevalier (an Ridire), Mann, [probably =sir Horace British envoy Mann, at Florence], receives letter about Pretender's at Civitavecchia, consul 108. 1755, 108*,

d. -Richard, Pembroke, 1234, 331. 5th of Pembroke, earl -Walter, d. 1245, 332. 1st earl of Pembroke, -WiUiam, d. 1219, 308f, 331. earl of Pembroke, d. -William, 1231, 331. of Tours, d. 397, 326. Martin, S., Martin V, Pope, 1417-31, 3*f, 4. Stranorlar par., Martin, Daniel, 1751, 189. -see also Martine, Daniel. Stranorlar Martine, par., Daniel, 195. 1751, -see also Martin, Daniel. Ma rum (Marun), Kyran, bp. of Ossory on to Pope letters 1814-27, signs veto 263. question, 227, 1815-6, Mary, S., chapel of, in Holy Trinity 308f. Cathedral, Dublin, Mary 325. Magdalene,

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1 Mazio, veto

37

of England Mary I, queen (Maire, Bainrioghain), 10*, 13*, 13, 279*f, 279f. of Modena, Beatrice of Mary queen II (Bainphrionnsa Modena, James d. 1718, 87*. Bainrioghain Shasana), _-wishes to con Clarendon tinue as viceroy, 1686, 55*. fr Magauran, --assists 1686, 56*. -chapel Maryborough, William. Pole, William Mason, Irish Record 343, 358. of, 1686, 52*. see Wellesley lord, to Shaw, secretary d. 1853, Commission,

of Fermo dean Massari, Dionisius, of Pro Fermo), secretary (Deadhan in Rome arrival 1649-57, paganda, of, 1646, 43*. of peace brought .-articles by, 11. 11. 1646, 33*. to Ireland with -returning faculties for Nuncio, further 1647, 33*f. -financial difficulties of, 1647, 34*. with Montrose, -talks 1647, 35*. some -in in France, port 1647, 34*. not to delay -ordered longer in France, 1647, 45*1 in -arrival Ireland, 1648, 35*, 46*. re from Kilkenny -letters ceived from, 1648, 36*. of Don -work dallas Diego Torres 36*. 1649, against, sir lord, see Clotworthy, Massereene, John. fr Francis, O.F.M. (an tAthair Mater, fr Magauran Proinsias), against, 1686, 54*, 54. Matthew the Evangelist, 325. of England, d. 1083, queen Matilda, 328. -d. 1152, 328. of Henry daur. -empress, I, d. 1167, 328f. of Kildare, precentor master, Maurice, letter of Henry La Warr to, 1307,300. follower of fr Peter N., Mauritius, Walsh, 1680, 89. O.F.M., letter from lord Maury, l'Abbe, 207. Camelford, 1792, 207*, of Koln, elector Henry, Maximilian, see Koln. 1650-88, refers Mayer, Agostino de, Mainz, to Irish on the Continent, priest 14*. 1644, of Mazio, Monsignor R., secretary the Latin 247. Letters, from Abbe -note Robert to, 141*. 1814, on veto, letter to Cardinal 264*. [1816], "-"his too way strong," 265*. [1816],

on R., memorandum Monsignor 276. to, [1816], 276*, -letter from Card. Litta to, 278. 1818, 277*, lord of, see Lacy, Hugh de. Meath, see O baron Meniquin, of, Brien, Mur rough. for English Merry, Mr., Commissary to Paris, 121. gone prisoners, 1801, sir Audley, chief Mervyn, sergeant at law, commissioner for putting in H.M. execution Declaration, 1660, 384. Mesch (?), Chancellor of, memorandum about laws against Irish Catholics 164. for, 1732, 160(?), -see also Nusch [?]. Methuin chancellor (Methuen), John, of his arrival in Ireland, 1697, 94. London, 1699, 94*, article et Notices in Meyer, Paul, xxxiv I (1891), Extraits 293f. of the Mills, James, keeper deputy Public d. Records, 1914, 343ff, 349, 371. Dr. of Castabala, Milner, John, bp. vicar of western district apostolic of England, of Irish representative 123*-144* bishops, passim. -? and veto proposals, 1808-15, 127*ff, 132*f, 135*f, 137*, 142*, 142. -his instructions from Rome, 135*. 1805, -his disagreement with other Vicars Apostolic, 1810-15, 127*, 142*. 136*, 1812 -complaints against, 144*. 142*, 15, 133*, -his letter published by 125*. Hippisley, [1813], -his with correspondence 126*. Poynter, for his in -praise stand, and England, Ireland 128*. 1813, -lord concerned Castlereagh his activities in Rome, about 1814, 134. 134*, -delivers memorandum in 135*. [1814], Rome, -his interference with affairs of Trevaux, 142*. 1815, of Monsignor -on powers 142*. 1815, Troy, of Irish mob, -hero 1815, 144. 144*, -letters to and from Card. 144*f. Consalvi, 1815-6, from J. McMahon -letter to, 144*. 1815, Minot of (Minote), Thomas, abp. Dublin, 1363-75, 307, 311. earl of, see Elliot, sir Gilbert. Minto, of madame, [wife Misset, Capt. liberation of Princess and Missett], Sobieski, 1719, 99*, 99. fr Francis tAth. (an Mlaghlin, sent to Genoa Proinsias), Franciscan, about and Turin penal laws, [early 161. 18th cent.], 148*,

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see Murphy, fr John, 3rd king of Francs, 326. Moroveus, Mocerphey, fr John. of Morrissey, James, deputy keeper see Rawdon-Hastings, Moira, lord, the Public d. Records, 1952, 344, Francis. 346. Molesme Robert (Molesmes), de, frees Richard de Mortimer, Roger, 1198 (rede of Clteaux founding by, 337. Burgo, 1316-17, 316. 1098), see Moschetto affair (Moscoto), Muscott, Molo,.the of, 1637, 22. see O Mollony, George. Moloni, John, bp., cent. Mothill, bp. of KiUaloe. John, Ossory 15, dioc, Montagu lord 5. [Edward], (Montegu), 103*. Mountjoy, lord, see Gardiner, Luke, 107*. -in Venice, 1765, visct. Mountjoy. to -letters Castelli Card. ; see Mac Mudermotroe, Thomas, of his marriage, about validity 1765, Dermot Thomas. Roe, 107. 107*, Stranorlar to Catholicism -conversion Mulcheran, Michael, par., 195. in Jerusalem, 107*. 1751, in lord Castle Stewart -Terence,-195. Montgomery, -see also Terence. v Montgomery c. 1770, and others, Malcheran, 355. Mulphate, John, Stranorlar par., 1751, 3rd vise Mont 189. Montgomery, Hugh, -see of the Master of also O Mulphale, gomery Ards, John. for putting commissioner Stranorlar Ordnance, Muney, John, par., 1751, H.M. 195. in execution Declaration, -see also Mansy, 1660, 384. John. Rev. to address Monti, Giacomo, 1679, 88*, Bologna, Murphy, B., signs 88. J. C. Hippisley, M.P., by proxy, -Card. of Pro 118. secretary Philipus, 1794, letter about -Dominic liad 1735-43, paganda, Edward, (Doiminic of bp of Raphoe, bhard 0 Murchadha), vicar petitions 1736, general 164. of Dublin, nominated 164*, bp. of Kildare, 161. marquis Montrose, of, see Graham, 1715, 161*, -Gieremia Mur 6 James. (Diarmaid T. W., ,an Irish Catholic Moody, professor Ph.D., chadha) gentleman, 389. letter to Pius VII, 263f. F.T.C.D., n.d., 263*f, of Drogheda, Charles, marquis Moore, -James, bp. of Clogher, 1801-24, 355. letters to Pope on veto, 1815 signs Stranorlar par., 1751, 189. -Garret, 16, 226, 263. -fr 6 -Gerard,-195. Sean John (Mocerphey, 3rd earl of Drogheda, 359. to sent Rome to -Henry, Murchadha), Stranorlar of Protestant schools par., -John, 1751, 189, danger explain 195. c. 1745, 177. 177*, ?? earl of Mount 2nd -Stephen, John (Jean, Sean 6 Murchadha), 120. to return to Ireland from Paris, cashel, [1800], 1750, bro. of lord Mountcashel, 183. -William, 149, 183*, of letter to introduction Card. -John, bp. of Cork, (Sean, Easbog 120. Consalvi, [1800], Corca'ghe) representative 1815-47, 1st earl of Mon in Rome of Church in Ireland, Mordaunt, Charles, 137*, 3rd of Peterborough, earl 259. mouth, 142*, 142, 231*, 255*f, 255f, = Conte di to Pope on letters probably Peterboron, n.d., -signs 98*, 98. veto, 1815-16, 227, 263. to and -letters from Card. Morgan, (an Muireaganach), Mr., for bishopric candidate of Kildare, 248. Consalvi, 1816, 247*f, 165. -letter from Card. 1737, 165*, Litta, 6 Muir (Donnchadh Moriart, Denis, 1816, 265*. dean of Ardfert, cheartaigh) 74*, signor, a non-Catholic, Murray, 1719, 99*. 80*, 80. to Ireland, letter -Daniel, 6 Muireadh -returning (Domhnall of recommendation coad for, 1688, 78*, aigh, Airdeasbog Hierapolis, 78, 83*, 83. Atha of jutor Bhaile Cliath), abp. 187. and of Moriarty, par., Con, Dingle 1755, Hierapolis coadjutor bp. in Rome -Joe,-187. of representative Dublin, Richard Irish clergy on veto Morins, de, Augustinian prior question, 137*, of Dunstable, cent. 13, 319. 142*, 142, 220,* 220, 223*, 226, Morley Stranorlar 255. Patrick, par., 255*f, 189. to Pope on letters 1751, -signs -see also Marley, Patrick and veto question, 1815-16, 226, 231*, O Marley, Patrick. 263.

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39

IOates, to plot informs of reference Murray, Daniel, Pope Titus, of, of Irish bishops at meeting of 87*, 87. opinion O Begley 136*. Stranor 27. 5. 1814, (O Begly), Mathew, lar par., to _-memorandum 1751, 189, 195. Propa iO [1814], Berne, 136*, 275*. Christopher (Christy), ganda .-letter from Card. Litta Stranorlar par., 1751, to, 189,' 195. 1816, 265*. -Manus,-194. to and .?-letters O Birn, from Card. Stranorlar par., James, 1751, 189, 195. 1816, 247*f, Consalvi, 247f, 259*, Tuam cent. 259. Obiruc, Cathyr, dioc, 15, 5. of Atholl, duke second -James, O Bogan, and the Isles, 355. Stranorlar lord of Man par., Paul, 1751, -. 123*. 189. 1802, John R., -see to the his Short Guide also O Boggan, Paul. .-Robert, O Boggan, 343. Record Stranorlar Public Diarmaid, Office, par,. vicar 195. of George, Muscott, general 1751, =Moschetto (Mos London, probably -Paul,-196. -see of the bishop vicar also O Bogan, Paul. [Richd. coto), to O Boogen, about faculties Stranorlar question Smith], Bernard, par., 195. confessions in London, hear 1751, 1635, O Booye, Stranorlar Peter, par., 16*, 17. 1751, 196. -laments behaviour of dis O Bo ye, in London, Stranorlar solute priests James, 1637, 22. par., 195. 1751, N. 187. par., 1755, John, Dingle (alias de la Corner) Richard, 331. 1231-50, bp. of Meath, of Pius VII, his treatment Napoleon, 1814, 137*. new letter about Sean, Narnerus, faction among 1680, 89*. Catholics, 183. 1750, 183*, signor, Rome, Neis, 325. Nero, 6th Netterville (Netervile), John, d. 1834, 355. visct. Netterville, of Armagh, -Luke (Lucas), abp. I 331. 1216-27, ?=? fr Nicholas de, (antAth. Nioclas), in Ireland, letter on rule of Church 156*. 1668, -fr (an tAth. P.) S.J., Dublin, P., letter from Card. Rospigliosi, 1668, I 157*. of letter to, about -note abp. 157*. of Dublin, 1668, S., 328. Nicholas, Nicholas (Jeron III, Pope, 1277-81, 335. imus, O.F.M.), Nicholas 335f. IV, Pope, 1288-94, Nagle, Nangle -Niall,-195. -see Boyle, 1751, -Bryan,-*189. -Daniel I 1751, -Henry-189, -Neal,-189, I -Tadhg 1751, -Will 195. O also O Bernard, 195. (Donnell), 194. Neal. Boyle, Stranorlar par.,

Stranorlar

par.,

189,

-see 195.

195. 195. also O Boye, Neal. Stranorlar (Thady), (William), ? -189,

par.,

Tuam cent. Obraeyn, Thoma.,, dioc, 15, 7. O Brallihan, Dominick (Domnick), 195. Stranorlar par., 1751, 189, ' O Bleaerty, Stranorlar Bernaidus, par., 1751, 195. -see also Breaerty, Bryan. of bp. of fr, representative j O Brien, in Rome, Kildare [1751], 199*, 200. -sir 6th earl of Thomond Barnabas, his castle (Iarla Tuathmhumhan), 32* near Limerick, 32. 1646, O (Monsignor Richard, abp. -John, (Northalys), Northalis, Briain, of Dublin, Uamha 311. Chluain agus Ros), 1396-7, Easbog v Major 1747-c and and Ross, in the King bp. of Cloyne 1767, Norvic, to nuncio Nor vie, 357. letters in Brussels, 1765, 210*f. Nottingham Robert, (Notingham), 1st earl of Inchiquin takes earl of Ulster -Murrnugh, 1316-7, prisoner, Barun 337. Inse 286, (Incinquin, Incirquin, 46*. ui Chuirn), 15th baron of Delvin Richard, Nugent, of agreement and first earl of Westmeath, with -question journey to Rome Irish Army, 35*. and Loreto, 1648, 1635, 16*, 16. for excommunica Nusch -request [?] di, documents [?], Cane truce with, to 1732, tion of those consigned supporting 160, 164(?). ?--see also Mesch(?). 1648, 36*. O. -probably?II Lobron, 1646, J 32. -Toirdhealbhach (Terdyluacus), rex Hiberniae, Maximus 1074, 334, br Bonaventura, O Broin, of College bp. ' 216. S. Isidore, 1780,

O ?, see also Y?. Ua?, O Malchus Ainmire, (Maelisa), of Waterford, 314. 1096-1135,

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of Ferns warning par.,

OF
O

PERSONS

O Callaghan, Ambrose, bp. (Easbog 1729-44, Fearna), to be sent to, 1743, 167* O Callaughan, 195. 1751, O Canaughan, par., Connor. -Jchn, O 1751, -see Denis,

Stranorlar

Cornelius, 194. also O

Stranorlar Conaughan,

194. Stranorlar 1751, par., also O Conaughan, John. Stranorlar par., Cannon, Denis, 194. 1751, 189, -see 15, William, 5. Gilbert, 329. Limerick abp. of dioc, Armagh,

Ocanyre, cent. O O Caran, 1175-80,

Connor Stranorlar Carlan, boye, par., 1751, 189. -see also O Carolan, Connor flaws. Stranorlar par., -Darby, 1751, 189. -see also Diarmaid. Stranorlar par., 1751, -Diarmaid, 195. -see also Darby. Stranorlar par., -James, 1751, 195. -see also Carlan, James. Stranorlar -John, par., 1751, 189, 195. 195. -Terence,-189, O Carolan, Connor flavus, Stranorlar 195. par., 1751, -see also O Carlan, Connor boye. Ardfert cent. Ocarray, Tatheus, dioc, 15, 4. an 6 tAth. Cathail, S.T.L., Sean, of College of S. Isidore, president 215*. 1780, fr 6 Occhely, (an tAth Ceallaigh) to Card. letter gives Marefoschi, 209. 209*, an tAth. Micheal 0 Ceallachain, H., 280*. an br Seamus, 6 Ceallaigh, S.T.L., of S. Isidore, 215*. College 1780, Och allan anay, David, Loughrea, Clonfert cent. 15, 5. dioc, Ochcenay, cent.

see O also Conaughan, John, Canaughan, John. Stranorlar par., 1751, 189. -Miciiael, -see also O Connaughan, Michael. br Proinnsias, S.T.L. 0 Conghaile, of S. Isidore, College 1780, 215. O Connaughan, Stranorlar Michael, 194. par., 1751, -see O also Conaughan, Michael. see Ochonel, O Connell, fr. O of Connellan, Abraham, abp. 332. 1258-60, Armagh, O Conor, of Armagh, abp. Thomas, 330. 1181-1201, O Cormacayn, Killaloe John, dioc, cent. 15, 4. O Corney, Stranorlar par., Thomas, 195. 1751, O Cransy Stran (O Creansv), Eneas, orlar par., 195. 189, 1751, Octavianus 325. Caesar, O Daly de Rosario, (Daly), Dominic to at favourable O.P., Spanish, in Spain, present 1638, 25*, 25. O Dea, bp. of Ossory, Denis, 1421-26, see Day, Denis. O Deery, Stranorlar par., Hugh, 195. 1751, O Diver, Stranorlar par., John, 1751, 189, 194. see Edward Odoardo VI. VI, Dr. S. F.. Ollamh, 6 Docharrtaigh, 3*, 280*. O Dodey, Stranorlar par,, Edmond, 195. 189, 1751, O Dogherty, Stranorlar Cornelius, 195. par., 1751, -see also O Doherty, Con. -Edmond Stranorlar (Edmund), par., 1751, 189, 195. 195. -Hugh,-189, -Neal,-194. O -see also Con, -see Cornelius. 1.79. Stranorlar par., 1751, -see also O Dogherty, Neal. an tOllamh 6 Donnchadha, Tadhg 280*. (Torna), O Donnell, 6 Anthony (Antoine of Raphoe, 1750 bp. Domhnaill), Neal, O Doherty, Stranorlar O Neal. par.,

Doherty, 189. 1751,

also

Dogherty,

Clogher Donatus, dioc, 15, 5. Cork Ocheochayin, dioc, Killeberti, cent. 15, 4. 55, against proposed provincial 183. Ocheenean, Donatus, 1751, 183*, Tedavnet, council, cent. 6. of fr John conduct -and Clogher dioc, 15, fr 6 188*-199* (an tAth. Ochonel, Conaill), 1751, Gallagher, passim, to late Card. 188-201 secretary Rinuccini, passim. 123. -his cousin in Rome, [1800-03], 120*, 123*, James 193. [O Conairche], Christian, 1751, 192*, bp. of Lis creates four -his uncle David in Rome, more, archbishoprics in Ireland, 328. 193. 1152, 1751, 192*, O Stranorlar -his Conaughan, Connor, 1751, secretary, 189. 192* 193. par., 1751, -see also O of Deny, 1797-1824, -Charles, bp. Canaughan Cornelius to Pope on veto letters signs ques Stranorlar 189. 263. -John, par., tion, 1815-6, 1751, 226,

No.
O Donnell, Stranorlar Edmond par., 1751,

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189, (Edmund), 195. j 6

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280*. an tAth. Aodh, Floinn, 1809 O Flynn, John, bp. of Achonry, to Pope and address -Felix,-195. 17, resolutions -see also O Donnell, on veto, Phelip. 1815-16, 227, 263. Stranorlar par., -Hugh, 1751, O Gallagher Bonaventura (Gallagher, j 189, 194. 0 Gallchobhair), Bonaventura, -fr an tAth. Sean John (Donnell, of Raphoe, 1737-49, bp. O.F.M., 6 Domhnaill),-188*, 189, 188*, 188, 194, 196*f, 198, 199*, 200. 198. 194, 196*, of S. Isidore's -formerly 194. -John,-189, of nominated Rome, bp. College, Nathaniel Domhnaill) (NatanielO 1737, 165*, 165. Raphoe, of Strabane, 1751, 190*, parish priest of and -selection bishops 192. 170*, 170. dignitaries, Stranorlar par., -Neal, 1751, 189, Stranorlar par., 1751, -Cormac, 194. 195. -Phelip-189. -see also Gallagher, Cormick. -see also O Donnell, Felix. of Raphoe (Easbog -James, bp. O Donnell an, Peter, bp. of Clonfert Rath-Bhoth) 1725-37, petitions Cluain Easbog Fearta) (Peadar, of about celebration feast-days, in dispute 1733-c. 1778, his judgment 164. 1736, 164*, certain about parishes, 168*, 1743, -(Seamus 6 Gallchobhair) 168. and of dioc. of Raphoe vicar-general of -selection and bishops of Termon, extract priest parish 170. 1745, 170*, dignitaries, to bishop, letter from 1751, 190*, of about division -proposal 196. 171. 1746, 171*, parishes, of Tuam O Gar a, Bernard, abp. Tuam Odoruchra, dioc, Carolus, 1723-c. 1740, Thuama), (Airdeasbog cent. 15, 4. with abbot of Cong about in dispute Salomon, Ardstraw, Odubanaych, two parishes, 167*. 1739, cent. Derry dioc, 15, 6. Michael, abp. of Tuam (Michael, Odubda, Aghadoe dioc, Cormac, 1740-48, Thuama), Airdeasbog cent. 15, 6. abbot of Cong and letter about -Killala dioc,-6. S. Patrick's to, 1743, 169* Purgatory Kil Odubgilla, John, Ardrahan, with -his in dispute part cent. macduagh dioc, 15, 6. 168. Canons 168*, of Regular, 1743, of church canon -Nicholas, of -selection and bishops cent. 15, 7. Kilmacduagh, 1745, 169*, 170. dignitaries, O Duell, Stranorlar par., Phelim, to be sought -his pardon by 189. 1751, c 171. of Mayo, abbot -see also Mac Duell, 171*, 1746, Phelim. of Rev O Duffy, commissioner Samuel, Ogle, par., John, Stranorlar 1751, enue, 1703, 345. 189, 195. O Gobban, 195. Fardy (Ferdinand), -Michael-189, Stranorlar 195. par., 1751, 189, 195. -Patrick-189, Killaloe O Gryffa, 195. Cornelius, dioc, -Roger,-189, an tAth. Padhraic, cent. 6 DuirnIn, 280*. 15, 6. see Hagan, see Henry an Dr. Rev. III. 6 h AgAin, J.J. Oenricus, O Fallon Donatus O of Haingly, (Donngus, (Falon), James, bp. of Dublin, 202. Dungus), 1085-95, Elphin, bp. 1756-86, 334. lord of, see Fitzthomas, John. 310f, Offaly, = O Fathyd, O Hara, lord Charles, Clonfert probably dioc, Donatus, O Hara, d. Charles cent. 1802, 15, 4. general O Farrell, to notice fr Pasquale, from king of 147*. signatory O.F.M., at Toulon, Down cent. 1793, 110. Patrick, England dioc, Oferwan, 5. Stranorlar O Harachy, par., 15, Nelanus, 196. cent. Clonfert dioc. 1751, Offatyd, William, -see also Harachy, 6. Neal. 15, O Fhuris, Clonfert Stranorlar par., Ohegnihd, Hugh, Fuaginus, dioc, 1751, 189. cent. 15, 6. ~-see cent. also O Thuris, Clonfert Ohegny, dioc, Ruaricy, Hugh. O 15, 4. Fidabra, Donatus, abp. of Armagh, 331. 6 Patrick (Padhraic 1227-37, Ohely, O Fin an, of of Irish friend James fr, Q.P., hEalaighthe), [Superior at S. Clemente, one of of Mayo, Dominicans probably=bp. Fitzmaurice, the censors of Gandolphy's 152. works], 1576, 152*, 145. 1817, Nemeas, Clogher Ohenrachtaych, 145*, 6 cent, and Armagh an Dr. P., 280*. dioc, dioc, 15, 4. Finneadha, O Flannagan Stranorlar O Hildorty, (O Flanigan), par., Daniel, John, Stranorlar par., 1751, 195. 189, 195. 1751, |

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6 Mnnse, 342. O Hoen, 189. Padraig,

No.
National

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Library,

OF PERSONS

Stranorlar par James, ] O Marley, 189, 195. 1751, 195. Stranorlar 1751, -John,-189, par., James, -Patrick,-195. -see also Morley, Patrick. -see also O Koen, James. Stranorlar O Hqolachan, par., 1751, 189, -Roger, Donat, abp. of Cashel, 195. 329. 1171-82, cent. Killaloe dioc, William, Omeagra, dioc, Aghadoe Ohorachtach, Eymon, cent. 15, 4. 15, 5. fr Louis William O Meara, KiUaloe (an tAth. dioc, Thomas, Ohurryle, reformed 6 cent. Meadhra), Lughaidh 15, 6. 278. 278*, Franciscan, 1828, Annaghdown Florence, Okearrayn, cent. Chiarrai, (Liam, Uilliam -William, 15, 5. dioc, 6 Meadhra), O Keefe, 1743-53, bp. of Kerry, Cornelius, bp. of Limerick of bishops and dignitaries, selection judg 1720-37, Luimnigh), (Easbog 170. in orders in dispute ment 169*, among 1745, for procurator -seeks 164. salary 164*, 1736, Limerick, in Rome, 1753, 184*, 185. (Easbog -James, .bp. of Kildare on burden -and financial 201. Cille Dara), 1752-87, 186. for coadjutor, 185*f, par., 1755, Dingle 1786, -petition 216. dioc, Clogher Bricius, Omearaych, 216*, cent. 6 O Kella, Terence 15, 4. (Toirdhealbhach Stranorlar O Moeny, par., 1751, Hugh, 155*, 1668, dioc, Derry Ceallaigh), 155. 189, 195. Stranorlar O Moge, fr Thomas 6 O Kelli, par., 1751, Bryan, (an tAth. Tomas 189. to keep of Mayo, abbot Ceallaigh), -see O Moye, Bernard also of S. Michael in Mayo, 1746, parish Stranorlar 171. par., 1751, -Patrick, 171*, 189. Cairbre O Ceallaigh, (6 Kellij, -see aiso o Moye, Patrick. to be bp. of archdeacon, Cairbre), O O John (Moloni, Mollony, 162*, 162. 1718-31, Elphin, Sean 6 an O Kelly, tEasbog Molony, (Hannraoi 6 Henry of Killaloe of S. Thomas's, abbot bp. Maoldhomhnaigh), Ceallaigh), of Limerick, various and about 1671-1702, bp. par dispute Dublin, 166. 48*, 57*, 64*, 74*. 1739, 166*, ishes, in for bishopric ad letter -proposed Thomas, -Monsignor 155*. Cashel in Rome, dressed 1668, province, 1739, 167*, to, II about with -confers 167. James in Paris, Irish O Kennedy, 1686, 52*, College (Kennedy, 6 Philip 53. of Capuchin Pilib), prefect Cinn&de, 58. -in and com mission in Ireland, 58*, 1687, London, grant of at consecration -to assist of faculties munication to, 1732, 90. 102. 60*, 60, 90*, 1687, d'Adda, 102*, of ecclesiastical -account cent. Dublin dioc, Patrick, Okirruan, in Ireland and his plans, affairs 1688, 15, 6. Stranorlar O Koen, 64*, 64. par., 1751, James, dioc. of Lim to -translation 195. -see also O Hoen, 79*, 79, 84*. 1688, erick, James. of Ferns? O Molloy, Limerick bp. Albinus, dioc, Patrick, Okyalare, 331. cent. 1186-1223, 15, 7. Meath dioc, Donald, Omolmoyg, Annagh Maurus, Okynduachuch, cent. down cent. 15, 4. 15, 6. dioc, KiUaloe dioc^ Clogher Philip, Omolwoyr, dioc, Okynnedyd, Cornelius, cent. cent. 15, 5. 15, 4. Christian 6 Morgair, bp. (Cinaedh), Annaghdown Maurus, Okynneluch, 329f. c of Clogher, cent. 1135-9, 314, 15, 4. dioc, d. 1148, 328. -S. earl or jarl, 308f. Malachy, Olaf, Stranorlar official O Moye, par.,. Bernard, Franciscus, public Oliverius, 195. 216*. in Rome, 1751, 1780, -see also O Moge, or Terence, Stran Bryan. O Logue, Corence 195. Stranorlar par., 1751, orlar par., -John, 1751, 189, 195. -Patrick,-195. dioc, Armagh Donatus, Olucharean, Patrick. -see also O Moge, cent. 15, 5. in his participation Kildare baron, Ompteda, dioc, Omacnauid, Maurus, 146. famous cent. 146*, 1818, plot, 15, 4. cent. Tuam O Malley, dioc, John, Omuileoyn, John (Sean 6 Maille), of Canons abbot 15, 5. general proctor in about parishes in dispute Annaghdown Malachy, Omulcroyn, Regular, cent. 168*. of Tuam, 15, 5. | dioc, 1743, archbishopric

No.
O Mulluany, 189. 1751, -see O Mulphale, 194. 1751, -see

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IO

43

Stranorlar par., Daniel, : also O Mulvany, Daniel, Stranorlar par., John,

also Mulphate, John. Stranorlar O Mulvany, par., Daniel, 195. 1751, sec also O Mulluany, Daniel. Cork dioc, cent. Omurchile, Donald, 15, 4. Omurrnayn, and Tuam Omygyn, 15, 4. Onechtayn, 15, 4. O Neill, Diarmaid, cent. dioc, Killaloe Odo, Donald, Clonfert 15, 5. dioc, Wicklow, dioc, cent. cent.

earl of Hugh, (Aodh 6 Neill) 280. d. 1616, 279*, Tyrone, an Ruadh (Owen Roe, -Eoghan d. 1649, 34*1 GeinearalO Neill), .-victories of, 1646, 32*. -rumour of about submission 33*. Dublin to, 1646, lies in army of, 1647, -hope 34*. with Preston, -disagreement 1647, 33*f, 45*. attitude to, 1648, -Pope's 35*. of abstract charges -Shane, 368. 1560, against, slain O Nel, 1259, 332. see Honorius I. Onorius I, Pope, O Pallan, Stranorlar par., Patrick, 189. 1751, -see also O Patten, Patrick. Stranorlar O Patten, par., Patrick, 195. 1751, -see also O Pallan, Patrick. of Ossory O Phelan, James, bp.

seeks Reilly, Edmund, appoint and vicars apostolic, of bishops ment 156*. 1667, j -letter about bishoprics from, 155. 1668, 155*, of Kil -Fergal (Fargallus), bp. to Pope more, 1806-29, signs letters on veto question, 1815-6, 226, 263. -Michael (Micheal, Easbog Dhoire), of selection 1739-49, bp. of Derry, and dignitaries, bishops 170*, 1745, 170. -Michael Ard (Micheal, Airdeasbog na hEireann Macha agus Priomhaidh Primate of all Uile), abp. of Armagh, intends Ireland, holding 1749-58, a provincial 183*. council, 1751, for procurator -seeks salary in Rome, 1753, 184*, 184. -and about Stranor dispute lar par., 192f. 1751, 190*f, -complaints by bp. of Raphoe [1751], against, 197*, 198, 199*, 200. -Philip, bp. of Raphoe, 1759-82, 201. 1787 -Richard, abp. of Armagh, 1817, 210. on to Pope -letters veto 1815-6, question, 226, 263. countess Orkney, Elizabeth. of, see Hamilton,

of Alexandria, Origen d. 253, 326. and lord Peterboron Orighi, Cardinal, [c 1700], 98. O RorLLY, Stranorlar Bryan, par., 189. 1751, -see also O Reilly, Bryan. earl of, see Boyle, Orrery, Roger. Orywrdan, Thomas, abbot, Limerick cent. 15, 4. dioc, sir Thomas, earl of Danby, Osborne, see Dainby, earl of. (Easbog Osraighe), 1669-95, petition O Scannell, in 3rd decree of about Patrick, abp. of Armagh, dispensation and 1688, 1262-1270/71, 319, 332f. affinity, consanguinity see O Shiel, James. fr James, Oschiel, 64*, 64. O Br O Queely, of Tuam Colman Shaughnessy, (an Malachy, abp. his Easbog Colman, Osruidhe), bp. of death, (Airdeasbog Thuama), 167*. Ossory, 1736-48, 1646, 31*. or Diarmaid, of O Quin, Darby -selection and Stranorlar bishops 170. dignitaries, par., 1745, 169*, 189, 195. 1751, Tuam cent. -James, bp. of KiUaloe, dioc, John, 1807-28, Oradichan, to Pope letters on veto signs ques 15, 5. Prince 1815-6, tion, 226, 263. of, see William Orange, III, O Sheal, Stranorlar par., Hugh, king of England. 1751, O Reilly coad 189. (Orellij, Reily),-, -see also O Shiel, of Kildare, jutor bishop Hugh. [1757], 201. fr Christopher, O Sheridan, O.F.M Stranorlar par., 1751, -Bernard, tAth. CriostoirO 195. Cap. (an Sioradain), communication -see also O Reilly, of faculties Bryan. to, 1732, of Clogher 102*, 102. (Easbog bp. -Daniel, O Shiel, fr John and Stranorlar par., Hugh, 1747-79, 1751, Clochair), 194. of Raphoe Gallagher dioc, 1751, -see also O 201. 191*, 193, 197*, 199, Sheal, Hugh. an O Shiel, tAth. James Eamonn, (Oschiel, -Edmund, (Airdeasbog S?amus 1657 of Armagh, Ard Macha), 6 Siadhail), [bp. of Down abp. and Connor, 162. 69, 148*. 1717-24], 162*, faults -Niall -letter about certain Stranorlar (Nelanus), par., 196. 154*. to, 1660, 1751,

44
Ossory, A.W.F. earl of,

No.
see

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James zani, Gregorio, papal representa to in London, tive letters 1634-6, and from Card. Barberini, 15, 15*, 19*. -succeeded Conn, by George 19*. 1636, British Consul Parke, John, [? in 144. Papal State], [1815], = chief Parker, justice, probably and Thomas chief Parker, justice of England^ lord chancellor d. 1732, 354, 356. 325. Parisius, poeta, = sir sir William, Parsons, probably Wm. lord justice, d. 1650, Parsons, 357. Passionei (Passionai), [Card. Domini cus de], nuncio 1681-1761, apostolic to Emperor, letter aobut guardian in Prague ship of Irish College to, n.d., 217*, 219. of Card. Passionei, 278*f. -library Patrick, S., 326. Patrick of S. Patrick), (alias bp. Dublin, 333f. 1074-84, 308-11, 313f, 319, Pan

Butler,

see Fitzpatrick, earl of Upper, Ossory, John. O Sullivan, of Lismore, Alan, bp. 332. 1248-53, of Kerry -Owen, (Easbog bp. Chiarraidhe), 1739-43, petition of about limitation ordinations, 166. 1742, 166*, O Stranorlar par., Ihuris, Hugh, 195. 1751, -see also O Fhuris, Hugh. O Toole, S. Laurence, abp. of Dublin, 308-11, 1162-82, 313, 329. d. 972, 327. Otto I, emperor, to England, legate Otto, 1237, 331. to England, 1265, legate Ottobonus, 333. John, Kilmacduagh dioc, 15, 6. see Ouuard, Howard, Cardinal, Cardinal. see Howard, -nephew of, Cardinal. Stranorlar par., Oynes, James, 1751, 196. -see Bynes, James. P. letter to Card. Pacca, Bartolomeo, 137*. Admiral Bentink, [1814], to and from Poynter, -letters 144*. 1815, of the Rights author Paine, Thomas, see Payne. of Man, Palladius sent to Ireland, (Paladius), 326. 423, Palmer (Polmer) family, 47*, 47. of earl Castlemaine, -, Roger, of James II to Vatican, ambassador 71*, 74*, 63*, 67*, 53*, 55*, 59*f, 83, 74, 76*f, 76f, 81*f, 81f, 83*, 89ff, 93*, 93. 89*fi, -chosen to Pope, ambassador 1685, 47*. to Rome, 1685 -journey 86, 47*fi, 4761, 51*. -papal 72. -letters -letter Petre, 52, 1687, -conduct about, 1686, 75*, to Pope about 90*. of, 1686-87, 90*. audience of, 75. fr 52*, 1687, audience, 1686, 72*, Otyban, cent.

S., 325. Paul, Paul (Pol IV), 1555-9, IV, Pope " of Philip and Mary to, 1557,

letter 279*,

279

1605 (Pol V, Papa), Pope Paul'v, 212, 214. 21, 212*f, for Jesuits faculties -special in Irish mission, 101. 101*, 1605, aid to -James I, fears his Irish Catholics, 85*. 1612, letter about mis Paulucci, Cardinal, ery of the Irish, 1709, 160*. of archives Paulutius, Petrus, prefect of the Holy Office, 1750, 101*, 101. = the Payne American, probably author of the Rights Thomas Paine, d. 1809, 203. of Man, Peccham (Pecham), John de, abp. of 335. Canterbury, 1279-92, of Christ br Pecock, prior John, Church, 337. Pelagius Dublin, 1317, 286, 301f,

to London, 1687, 62*. successor of -appointment to, 1686, 54*. of his -secretary embassy in London, arrives 1686, 51*. Pamfili Cardinal (Pamphilij), to Nuncio letters in Ire [Camillo], 38*, 38 et seq. land, 1645-9, and Count Pamfilio, Prince, Dalbe, 1686, 54*, 71*, 71. Pamplo 154*. Vacere [?], [?], 1662,

61*, 72*f, -farewell 78*, 78. -return

327. II, Pope, 578-90, his Annalsy Pembridge, Christopher, 290, 321-4. -Dominican continuator of, 322f. see Clare, Richard earls of, Pembroke, Anselm; de; Marshal, Marshal, Richard ; Mar Gilbert; Marshal, Walter William. ; Marshal, shal, Pepin (Pipin), king of France, 752-68, 327. sir John, Percival, registrar general to Commrs. of Court of Claims, chief clerk and exam 1665, register, 385. 1662-5, 379f, inator, v. Blake, in Perryn Perryn, 1770, 356. duchess Perth, of, see Gordon, Joan. baron Peschwitz, Mauritio, of, refer to Irish in letters ences to Card. 14*. 1644, Rossetti, S., 268, 325. Peter,

No.
Peter 335. III, king of Arragon, di,

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d. 1285,

45

Peterboron, Charles. William, Petit, see William

Conte

see Mordaunt, of Dunboyne,

baron Parvulus.

Card. Prefect of Vincentius, Petra, letter to Card. 1727-47, Propaganda, 1727, 100*. Lercari, about .-letter among dispute in Limerick, orders 1736, 164*. of bp. of Raphoe -petitions to, 1736, 164. Petre ^Edward Petre, S.J., fr, 1687, ? of James confessor II, 90*. 9th baron Petre, Robert Edward, the of leader English Catholics, 112. 112*, Sub-commiss Petty John, (Pettie), Act of Explan ioner for executing 1665, 383, 385. ation, commissioner for -sir William, in execution H.M. Declara putting 1660, 351, 366, 384. tion, the Bown -his of History 341. Survey, see of Pharamond, King France, Faramundus. Philip, land Paul Philip, Philip of Eng queen king and Mary, to letter (Pilib, Ri Shasana), IV, 1557, 279*, 279. first Christian 326. emperor, of France, 1060-1108, I, king II, king of France, 1180-1223,

328
Philip 330. -king

of Irish of Spain, founder of S. Patrick in Douai, 180*, College 180. of France, Philip 1270-85, III, king 335. of France, Philip IV, king 1285-1314, 289f, 296f, 335n\ Philip of king (Ri na IV, Spain of assistance to question Spainne), Ireland, 1647, 33*. Philip of (Ri na V, king Spain his assistance for Catholics Spainne), should be sought, 100*. 1727, 1760 Philips, bp. of Killala, Philip, 66, 202. Phillips general (Phellipps), George, chief clerk registrar, joint register, and examinator, 1665, 380ff, 385. master of Court of Pigot, Thomas, Wards and Liveries, commissioner for in H.M. execution putting 384. 1660, Declaration, his Geographie, 1804, Pinckerton, 275. d. 1225, 331. Pipard, Roger, d. 1228, 331. Pippard, William, 1st baron Pitt, Thomas, Camelford, letter to Abbe Maury, 1792, 207*, 207. Pitt, prime minister, [William, with what 1806], Pope pleased 116*. said, 1794, d. he

meets and gives promise Pitt, William, to Monsignor Erskine, 1794, 116*. with answers -satisfied of on papal power, Catholic universities 124*. n.d., Pius Pope VI, (Papa), 1775-1800, 112*, 112, 114*, 143*. -his attitude oath towards of allegiance, 1776, 211*, 212, 213*f, 214. -petition by heirs of deceased Irishman 216*. to, [1780], to abps. -letter and bps. of 1791-c Ireland, 1806, 113*, 115*, 143. 117*, 116, 143*, 117, 124*, Government's -English good will 111*. towards, Pitt with what -pleased said, 116*. 1794, to be sent to letter -directs 116*. lord Grenville, 1794, -will be about informed in Ireland seminaries and England, 117. 117*, 1794, of Mon -defines authority 113*. signor Erskine, of of -informed activities Irish Catholics, [1794], leading 115*, 115. for English, -praise [1794], 117*, 117, 143*. Pius VII, Pope (Papa), 1800-23, 127*, 219-272 131, 131*ff, 143*, passim. of Irish hierarchy -letters to, 219* et seq., 259*, 270*. 1815-16, to Irish -letters hierarchy, 1816, 232* et seq., 250*, 250, 255*, 271. 255, 259*, 261, 266*,266,271*, to Hippisley, -letter 1800, 143*. -letters of fr Hayes to, 146*, 271. 270*f, an from J. S. Cogdele, -letter 122*. 1801, American, for the Princes -letters from, to Mac Cauley, 1814, 135*. given from Poynter, -letter 1814, 140*f. from Irish -letter Catholic 264. [1815], 263*f, gentleman, to National -letter Conven Dublin tion of Catholics, (addressed to Thos. 1816, Esmonde), 231*f, 268. 231f, 249*, 268*, of Ferns, -letter from bp. 256*. 1816, 251*f, of Ugo -letter Clifford to, 1818, 146*. on -celebration in London election of, 1800, 120*, 120. to English for escape -plan 120*. vessel [c. 1800], of Hippisley to, 1801, -gift 210*. of lieut. -audience general 122*. with, 1802, Doyle -and king of Prussia's power of bishops, of nomination 1805, 129*. 129.* -in prison, [1809-14],

46

No.

16?INDEX OF PERSONS

to Card, di % 8th earl of Pius Arthur given powers Plunket, VII, James, Pietro Fine (Iarla by, 1808, 210*. Fingall, 110*, Gall), III informed about -George 116*f, 116f. 131. -letters his from Hippisley 131*, circumstances, to, -his to Rome return 128. 1813, 128*, hoped -his brother in Rome, 1794, for, 1814, 134*. 137*. 116*. -tribulations of, 1814, -British aid -George, Government's 1814-27, bp. of Elphin, 234*. in his restoration, 226, 263. with -in dispute -Michael government (Micheal Pluingcead), of Naples, in Rome of certain agent [1814], 137*. priest, Irish resolutions of in 1688, -acknowledges bishops, 80*, 74*, 84. Irish bishops 135*. in 1799, [1814], 80, 84*, of -sir of Dr. Nicholas -informed opinions (Pluchet, Dr. Irish bishops, Con 1814, 136*. Plunchet, Pluingcead), and Cath federate -and Veto question to Rome, envoy 35, 35*, olic Relief 46*, 46. bill, 124*, 1813-16, to 131*-140* -seeks attitude passim, 126*f, 129*, 129, Pop e's settlement and further peace 220*-223*, 223-226, 231*, 247*, 247, aid, 275. 275*f, 1648, 35*. worries with talks about -in -Castlereagh 1648, Pope, 35*. Milner's 134*. influence on, 1814, for Catholic brief -honours -proposed for, 1648, 36*. of G. Britain, 139*. -activities in Rome, [1814], subjects 1649, has 46. -correspondence with, 46*, no political -bl. Oliver character, 227*, 1815, (Oilibhear Pluingcead, 229. of Ard Macha) Aird-easbog abp. to have claims -Milner about sup Armagh, 1669-81, dispute 144. of Ireland, 159*. port of, 1815, 144*, Primacy 1672, -letter conciliation between -and about zeal of mission its Catholic British Government and 1679, 87.* aries, 142*. letter about trouble in -copy 1815, subjects, -should for have England, sympathy 1679, 87*, 88. 275*. -last in Irish, ? [1815], speech of, printed of Irish Cath 159*. right Italian, special 1681, to protection -a National olics 230*. in held Council of, 1815, inter -Irish Catholics his time, against 183*, 184. in political ference of Ireland -Patrick na affairs Easbog (Padhraic, of Meath, 1815, 230*. by, Midhe), bp. 1669-79, letter ad about -remonstrances and his work and in con of Irish Catholics dresses of Taaffe demnation and Walsh, to, 1815-17, 159. 227*f, 228-230, 274*, 274, 1669, 276*f, 159*, 277. -Patrick Joseph, (Pluingcead, of brief to Irish na Midhe), -minute Padhraic, Easbog bp. of 204*. 201. bishops, [1816], Meath, 1778-1827, about -his -friendliness with lord anxiety Ireland, 216. 1816, 246*. Hervey, 1786, 216*, -fr Hayes submits veto pro on veto, to Pope letters -signs to, 1816, 246*. posal 1815-6, 226, 263. -attitude to sir George ecclesiastical de la, 2nd earl of Poer, in Ireland, 271. affairs 355. 1816, 271*, Tyrone, see Poynter, on British -receives advice William. Pointer, affairs, [1816], 206*. Pointi, signor di, a Frenchman, reports to James of B. N. Bellew -audience in Ireland II, on affairs 145*. 70. with, 1816, 1689, Card. Reginald Pius Pole, (Raghnall Polus), VIII, Pope 1829-31, (Papa), in England, on from memorandum legate oaths 1554-7, 10*fi, 280. 278*, 280*, Vizzadelli, 1829, 147*. see Palmer Polmer family, family. Pius letters IX, Pope (Papa), 1846-78, M.P., Ponsoby, [?=George Ponsonby, of G. F. about (? J. F.) Maguire about from veto letter 1755-1817], state and, 147*. 1856, Papal Milner to, 1808, 129*. earl of Corn Plantagenet, Edmund, Col. commissioner John, Ponsonby, wall, 1287, 335. for in H.M. execution putting Plinius 325. Secundus, Declaration, 1660, 384. see Plunket, sir Nicholas. Pluchet, Porter, signor (?= James Porter, Arthur Plunket of James vice-chamberlain in court (Plunkett), James, 7th earl of Fingall, address to lord in France), to seek Pope's aid for II, 1791, 202. lieutenant, James II, 1689, 69*. 69.

No.
Power, death

16?INDEX

OF PERSONS
i Priestly

47

Bartholomew (Beartlai Paor), 215*. and will 1780, of, -his heirs petition Pope, [1780], 216*, 216. .-fr Francis (an Br. Proinsias Paor, relative of Bartholomew S.T.L.), Power, 215f, 216. -Dr. (an Dochtuir John Paor), bp. and of Waterford Lismore, signs on Veto, letter to Pope 1815, 226. about -letter election of 270. successor, his 1816, 270*, Sir Edward, of lord deputy d. 1521, 387. of vicar Poynter, William, apostolic to and from, letters London district, 126*, 128*, 1813-14, 134*f, 137*, 140*. to -letter P. Rev. 125*. 1813, Macpherson, to Pope, -letter 141*. 1814, letters -pastoral of, 1814, 141*. -letters from Card. Litta, 145*. 1814, 1820], [1816, 143*, to and -letters from Poynings, Ireland, Quarantotti, 141. -letter 142*. -letter 144*. 1815, -letters Pacca,

1733 [?= Joseph Priestly, 1804], 1791-2, 203*, 208. Printice, Abigail, Dublin, 1756, 356. an br, vicar of College Proinnsias, of S. Isidore, signs document, 1780, 216*. Ptolemy (Tholomeus Philadelphus, 324. Philadelphi) for sub-commissioner Pue, Robert, in execution H.M. Declara putting 384. tion, 1660, Puis aye, Comte de, letters Joseph of, 119*. [1794], fr James Seamus Purcel, (an tAth. of Irish bishops procurator Puirseal), in Rome, 184. 1752-3, 184*f, Q.

fr Carlo con Quarantotti, Maria, suitor of the Sacred of Congregation Rites Comh (Comhairlightheoir na Riti), on Veto dhala his opinion 130f. question, a rlo Monsignor [pro b ab ly=C to be informed of contents Maria], of letter from abp. of Dublin, 1812, 1814, 139*#, 134*f, 129. 129*, -Card. Joannes Baptista, secretary to Cardinal [?], 1815, of Propaganda and pro-prefect Fide, to to Card. and Consalvi, from Card. 1808-16, 264. 1809, Collingridge, about Lord oath, Castle to, 123*, 135*, 135, di Pietro 264*, to,

144*. 1815, -letter to bp. 142*. 1815, clear -not 129*. [1813], -in talks with

144*. 141*, of danger supporting 144*. Milner, 1815, for reconciliations -proposals between British Govt, and Catholic 142*. 1815, subjects, -his dispute with Gandolphy, 145*f. 1817, reagh,1814-5, -on 1st earl Camden, lord Pratt, Charles, chancellor of England, 354. their Prendergast and Russell, on The Carte MSS in the report Bodleian, 378, 382f. Prester to letter fabulous John, Manuel Emperor of,* c. 1177, 293f. 12th viscount Gor Preston, Jenico, manston (Tighearna Gormanstown), to address lord signs lieutenant, 1791, 202*. 34*. -Thomas, general, ?-rumour about submission of Dublin to, 1646, 33*. about -uncertainty loyalty of, 1647, 44*. with O Neill, '-disagreement 1647, 33*f, 45*. Petrus his Dominicus Pretis, de, of Vatican Archives, inventory 1731, 9*, 84*.

to and from Poynter, 139*ff. 134*f, of his cannot approve -Pope 139. letter, 139*, [1814], -powers of, [1814], 131*, 137*. 131, 135*, -should give judgment Catholic relief 132*f. [about bill], in favour -English opinion of his being created cardinal, 1816, 145*. Stranorlar par., (Quinn), Francis, Quin 1751, 189, 195. Andrew 0 (Aindrias Quirk, Cuirc), abbot of S. Mary's, in Annaghdown, about dispute 1739, 166*, parishes, 167. 1814, R. sir H. sir Henry Radcliffe, (probably Radcliffe d. 1593, 4th earl of Sussex) lord justice, 369. 1564^5, Ralph le Petit, 1227-30, bp. of Meath, 331. sir Richard, commiss Rainsford, cf Act ioner for execution of Settle ment, 1662, 385. co. Donegal, Ramsay family, 1751, 190*, 190, 196. com sir George, Rawdon (Rawden), in execution for putting missioner H.M. 1660, 384. Declaration,

-letter 210*. -letter 128*. 1813, -letters

of Card, from abp.

of Dublin

48
Rawdon, Conway,

No.
sir George, 1666, 380. i Francis, 111*. 308f.

16?INDEX OF PERSONS
letter to 2nd lord earl I Rinuccini, Giovanni Battista, praise for his work, 1646-7, 33*ff, 43*. writh his -and compliance 1646, 32*f. instructions, -in talks with 1646, Digby, 32*.

Rawdon-Hastings, c. 1793, of Moira, Le Gros, Raymond

ecclesiastical [Odoricus, Raynaldus, against, 1646, -Digby speaks cent. 33*. 17], 253. historian, about or Reginald), Rayner -arrangements living abp. (Reyner in Ireland, of Armagh, 332. 1646, 37*. 1247-56, news awaits of commissioner from, -Pope John, Reading, 37*. of Court Commonwealth 1646, Claims, on memor 377. sought -opinion see O Reilly, 42*. 1646, andum, Reily, abp. of Armagh, -briefs Michael. for, 1646, 32*, 42*f. of O Neill's see O Reilly, -receives news of Clogher, -bp. Daniel. 1646, 32*. victory, see O Reilly, about -directions of Raphoe, peace with -bp. 1646, 32*. Ormond, Philip. to earl of Clan d. c. 535,-:-proposals Remigius, S., bp. of Rheims, 33*. 327. ricard, j 1647, if Parliamen 335. -and j escape S., bp. of Chichester, Ricardus, to Ireland, come tarians 1647, 33*. par., 1755, Dingle Rice, Dominick, -to be careful of briefs to be 187. 1647, 44*. sent, -Edward,-187. about bp. of Clogher, -correct -Marcus,-186. 34*. 1647, -Stephen,-187. further -Massari bringing -Thomas,-186f. of faculties Edmund for, 1647, 44*. abp. (Eadmund), Rich, use -to discretion 331. about 1234^40, Canterbury, 45*. in Ireland, Richard 1647, remaining 318, 330. I, king of England, about petition from d. 987, duke of Normandy, Richard -opinion I, Carmelites Discalced sought, 1648, (so in text), 327. Richard 46*. II,-327. for excommunica of Kil -request Lawrence, bp. Richardson, na of of supporters truce with more Cille tion Easbog (Killmore, 36*. 193. referred to, Inchiquin 1648, 191*, 1747-58, Moire), -to be informed of any peace at of limitation -surprised 35*f. made, 1648, 1"66*, 166. 1748, ordinations, to from commission [as Ireland, -departure -Samuel, 366. revenue 1671, 1649, 36*. commissioner], fr -his confessor Card. awaited, [Iohannes], 1649, Rinuccini, to late, n.d., 36*. Ochonel 123*, secretary -arrival in France, 123. 1649, 46*. to return to Rome, -advised Giovanni Battista, abp. Rinuccini, in Ire of Fermo, nuncio 1649, 47*. apostolic fr Valentine (an tAth. Rivers, 10*, 11*, 31*, 36*-40*, land, 1645-9, about 148. dispute Dublin, Bhaileintin), 43*, 47*, to and -letters S. Catherine's par., 1645, 1719, from, 163*, 163. 38*-41*. 29*ff, 42*f. of abbot (an tAbb), envoy Rizzini, 37*, -1646, 31*ff, in England his arrest and Modena, 33*ff, , 44*f. -1647, escape, 1689, 70*, 70. 1648) 45*f note to Monsignor 46*f. Robert, abb6, -1649, to Ireland, 1645, 1814, 141*. Mazio, -journey see of 153. Robert, 153*, abp. Canterbury, 36*, 38*-41*, 29*3, Robert. about -instructions reporting Kilwardby, of from Ireland, commissioner Francis, Robert, 1645, 30*. of his mission, 1645, 1703, 345. Revenue, -object in Scot 29*. missionary Roberts,-(?), 103. rose for queen -to 1735, get gold land, c of of France, 38*. Robinson, justice Christopher, 1645, in d. 1787, 354f. circular Common -sends Pleas, registered to Emperor, of nuncio Irish 1645, John (Joannes Rocchus), Roche, registry his Brevis 152. 40*f. Relatio, priest, -Dr. Louis 283. -and P., Scarampi, 1645-6, viscount -(lord Roch), [Maurice, 36*fX, 41*. of English to Confederation, -his speech enemy Catholic, Fermoy], I 21. 31*f. government, 1637, 21*, 1646,

No.
Rochelle justiciar, Rochester, Rochfort, 355. 331. Simon,

16?INDEX OF PERSONS
Saltrey, Henry his account tory, Samual, Samual. Sanctarel censures 283, bp. of

49

Richard de la, (de Rupella), 332. 1261-6, Henrietta. lady, see Hyde, v. Loftus, in Rochfort 1771, bp. of Meath, 1192-1224, .

of, Cistercian//. 1150, S. Patrick's Purga 308. 306, see Ua of Dublin, Angli,

his (Santarelli), Anthony, 124. [c 1626], 124*, Rodyerd, William, see Dr. Dr. as Sanderus, commission Saunder, Patrick's, Nicholas. of Dublin dioc, withdrawn, general 305. Fulk of Dublin, Sandford, de, abp. 1312, cent. Meath Rosellis, Thomas, dioc, 1256-71, 301, 310f, 332f. of 15, 5. -(Saunforde), John, abp. reaches 327. 887, Rollo, Normandy, Dublin, 1286-94, 301, 310f. letter about for sub-commissioner Rospigliosi, Sands, Watkin, Cardinal, of Connaught, and pastors in execution faithful H.M. Declara putting 158*. 384. tion, 1660, 1668, to and from fr N. de San -letter in Dun Bastian Giuseppe, di, an Oir, 156*f. Netterville, 1668, S.J., 1579, 12*. see Sanctarel, to and -letter of from abp. Santarelli, Anthony. see 1669 and 159*. Dublin, 1672, Sargeantius, Joannes, Sergeant, in Rossetti, Carlo, agent John. papal see Sandford, of Faenza, bishop Saunforde, John; England, cardinal, John. 13. Dr. of 13*, 1639, Saunder, Nicholas, synopsis 14*. his letters -letters to Nuncio of Spain, to, 1644, 1579, of Ossory 152. bp. (Kil Rothe, David, 152*, Cill de kenny, Choinnigh), -Refutation 1618-50, Sanderus, of 278*. coadjutor for, question 1648, 35. ?-activities 12*. 35*, of, see Car John], Carmelite, [Rowe, Savage, Thomas, accountant, 1700, Discalced. 362. melites, of Stranorlar Ruesin, Caterina, Scanlan, John, par., Sturgard, 1751, 108. 195. 1765, Wittemberg, 189, -see also Dormer, Catherine. 195. -Luke,-189, of Eadmer's editor Pietro Francesco, Rule, Martin, Scarampi, Oratorian, Historia 317. to minister the Con Novorum, apostolic Rupella la Rochelle), Richard (de federates, 10*, 11, 32*f, de, 38*f, 41*, 332. 47*. justiciar, 1261-6, Russell and to and from, their -letters Prendergast, 1645-7, on The in the Carte MSS report 33*, 36*fl, 42*f. 29*3, 382f. to quit Ireland without -not Bodleian, 378, new order, of Dublin Russell, Patrick, abp. 1645, 36*. on behalf Bhaile Atha -debts incurred of (Airdeasbog Cliath), about Catholic 1683-92, petition dispen Army, 1646, 41*. in 3rd degree of consanguinity to return sation -wishes to Rome, and affinity, 64. 1688, 64*, 1646, 31*. Rusticus of Narbonne, d. 461, Nuncio too far in -and went S., omnis 237*, 244, 251*, 253, 266*, 267, Quoniam deliberatio, 1646, 269. 37*. 268*, Ruuilide -to remain de in Ireland to [?], John (Sean) la, of Crusades, assist Nuncio, [?] commissioner 1580, 1646, 37*. 279. will be informed of 279*, -Pope new reasons Patrick 0 for his return to Italy, Ryan, (Padhraic Riain, of 37*. Easbog Fearna), bp. Ferns, 1646, to Pius letters to VII return to 1814-9, signs -permission on veto, 270*. 1815, 227, 1646, 32*. Italy, to resolutions of -in talks in Paris, -opposed 1647, on veto, 34*f. 257tf. bishops 1816, 256*f, -not yet arrived [in Rome], S. 1647, 44*. of her Maria Schale, (Maire), marriage see Honorius 107. Jacobus Sabellis, de, daughter [? 1765], 106*, III. see of Scheridon, secretary state, see Fabianus. Thomas. Sabinianus, Pope, Sheridan, S. sir Oliver, commissioner Frederick George, duke Schomberg, Herman, for to be sent to execution in H.M. putting of, d. 1690, Ireland, Declaration, 1660, 384. 68*, 68. 1689, S. Paul, of Dublin, -in of William's command John of, abp. in Ireland, 1349-62, 307f, 310f. army 1689, 92*, 92. dean of S. vicar

50

No.

16?INDEX OF PERSONS
j Skerrett, Thuama), c. 1785, 1750-5, 159*. Slater, famous Sleavene, 1751, Sleavin ence), 195. Slingsbeo Rev. plot, 189, Mr., 1818, participation 146*, 146. Stranorlar Laurance par., 1751, in par., (Laur 189, (Marcus, Airdeasbog of Tuam, 1749 abp. 209. 202, 209*, with regular clergy, -dispute 187. 187*, 183*, 181*, -letter for coadjutor, asking Mark

Schonborn Lothar (Sckomborn), elector Francis von, bp. of Bamberg, in interest of Mainz, 1695-1729, cause of Irish Catholics, 1710, 161*, 161. on persecu -memorandum tion in Ireland to, 1724, 163*, given 163. of the King's William, justice Scott, d. 1776, 354f. Bench, cent. Meath dioc, William, Scurlag, 15, 5. Seneca, Christ Sergeant, Joannes), faction in Black from, 286, 325. Church, texts d. Book of

Daniel, 195.

(Sleavine), Stranorlar

John (=Sargeantius of new 1707, at head 89. of Catholics, 1680, to com sir James, register Shaen, for King's missioners Declaration, and keeper 1660 and general register 385. of records, 380, 383, sir Frances, d. 1614, 315. Shane, ICing v. Sheehy, fr, in the Sheehy, 355. 1765-6, v. Graham, -in 1765, 355. Sheehy for sale trustee sir Henry, Sheers, 373. of forfeited estates, 362, 360, Mr. (an Sioradanach), M.P., Sheridan, 117. 117*, 1794, sec chief Thomas, -(Scheridon), sec as described 1687-8, retary, of state (Runaidhe retary Stait), 58*. see the -Thomas younger, Cavalier. Sheridon,

pro (Lingsbeo), family, 27*. Slingsby, bably Slingsby, secretary -(?=5Guilford of vice-admiral to and Strafford who gentleman 1610-43), Munster, him for went security reported 17. 1635, liberated, -a in Ireland, liberated, prisoner 17f. 1635, 17*f, -wishes to go to England, 1636, 21*, 21. in London, free -young, 1639, 28*, 28. out for Ireland, -sets 1639, 28. care -interests under placed of Ireland, of deputy 1639, 28*, 28. of Robert -brother (?=sir 27. in Rome, 1639, Slingsby) 28. -two brothers of, 1639, 28*, -mother of, 1639, 27. of Rev. Robert, representative Smelt, [c. 1744], Sheridon, Cavalier, prob =5 Thomas the and Sheridan signs bishops clergy, English ably to J. C. Hippisley, to Prince address tutor Charles 1794, 118. younger, of of Annals editor 100. Smith, Acquila, Edward, 315. Stranorlar 1842, Multyfarnham, par., 1751, Shiel, Daniel, 196. [anus?], -Alexander, probably=A1 vicar of apostolic bp. of Misinopolis, Diarmaid,-196. Shiell, letter about on the, 288f. treatise 1735-67, Lowlands, Sibyl, of Scotland, in Highlands sir Henry, coadjutor 1560, 368. Sidney, 104. see 1750, I, Sylvester Silvester, Pope, for commissioner -sir Edward, S., Pope. of Settlement of Act and 388. execution Dr. Robert C, Simington, of Explanation, for Act on the Annesley -his report 1665, 385. vicar microfilmed collection -Richard, bp. of Chalcedon, by the Nat and Scotland, for England 339-373. ional Library, apostolic The -his 1637, 23. of General Office see Muscott, -his to the Courts vicar, of Claims, Registrar 375-385. A.D. George. 1661-69, his patent sir Thomas, Count Smythe Sinzendorf (Smith), (Sinzendorff), 366. to be visct. to chancellor [?1628], Strangford, von, Ludwig Philip Maria on memorandum Maria princess Clementina, Theresa, | Sobieski, 163f. laws Sobieski), marriage (Bainphrionnsa 163*f, for, 153*, penal j 99*. to James sent -documents 1719, Stuart, 1732, to, for soul of, Mass 160. -perpetual ! 1760, 106. -aid to Irish Catholics, 1732, earl of Glamorgan 166. Edward, 166*, | Somerset, of Wor 2nd marquess site for of Dublin, gives (Galmorgan), king Sitric, 153*. of Holy 308f. Church 32*, 37*, cester, Trinity, im -arrival and in Ireland 326. Sixtus I, Pope, in Dublin, 326. Sixtus 1645-46, prisonment II, Pope, in Mr. envoy 31*, 37*. [Bevil], royal Skelton, the bishops, -and to court of his transfer 1645, 36*. Holland, to Rome, 1647, 44*. I ?-journey 1686, 53*, 53. France,

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of Hanover duchess (Bain [Sophia], diuc Hannobher), succession possible to British 108. crown, 1705, 108*, de Alan of Souche, la, justiciar see Zouche, Alan de. Ireland, South, John, 1703, 345. commissioner of Revenue

sir Thomas, commissioner Southwell, of Revenue, 1703, 345. Card. letter Spada, [Bernardinus], of England from queen to, 1645, 86*. Sparrow, Thomas, Dublin, 1756, 356. Spencer (Spenser), George-John, lord, of Ireland, viceroy 1794, proposed 119. of England, 99*, 105*. 119*, j 2nd earl of Sunderland in Italy, -affairs -Robert, of, 1744, d. 1702, 100*. (an Tighearna Sunderland), on about of earl of his booklet departure -printed speaks 100. 1685, 48. success, Castlemaine, 1745, 100*, on in -his about -speaks reports changes chaplain under of Church in Scotland, state Ireland James II, 1686, 49*. 1746, .-letter of Orange from Prince 104. 104*, of to be about in left -documents Catholic appointment 106*. Rome 1686, 54*. general, for, 1760, Protestant at conference with aid for, -present -possible II 173*. lord and James Tyrconnell, 1745, in court -officers 1686, 55*. of, arrest on papal c. 1700-14, lord Peterboron, audience -reports 98*, 98. an to earl of Castlemaine, (Easbog given 1686, -Francis, bp. of Down 72*. 1745, Duin), 1740-49, helps Devin, -about selection of Conte 172*. brother of Young Pre I 1686, 72*, 72. Balbe, -Henry, talks with d'Adda, -in affairs 1687-8, (an Prionnsa tender, Enri), 100*. 59*, 59, 66*. 1744, of, in Italy, II on -confers with -as Card. Duke James [? 1814], to Catholics, 273. assistance 63*. 1687, 273*, are to titular soldiers be -James Francis -says Edward, recruited III in Ireland, of England 1688, 66*, 66. (Seamus, James see Jerningham, na Breataine Ri Shasana, sir Ri Moire, Stafford, lord, an Ridire), an tEilightheoir, 161*. George. Thomas -arrest of suspected attacker Stapleton, (Tomas), 1668, 157*. 98*. of, [c 1700], to make Irish Stephen, S., 325f. -proposal II or III, Pope I missionaries Stephen, 109*, (752, 752-7), independent of, 327. 110. j of England, asked to revoke 328. his king Stephen, j-Pope sir John, Commissioner to Church for of nomination Stephens, power in execution H.M. Declara I in Ireland, 109*, 109. putting -and diocesan tion, 1660, 384. arrangements fr tAth. in Ireland, 162. Stewart, (an 162*f, I 1715-8, Stiobhart) recommended for primacy, of Kildare, bp. 1737, |-nominates 166. 161*. 165*, 1715, | 97. of vacant Irish -and -H.C., filling Viscount Robert, Castlereagh, I sees, 1737-8, 165*, 165. 139*. for candidate Creagh, j-fr ?-concerned about KiUaloe Milner's to, [1747], dioc, well-known to Rome, 134. journey 1814, ! 171*, 171. 134*, with of bishops -nomination in -negotiations Consalvi, 138. 172. 1814, 138*, 172*, Ireland, by, 1747, -talks with Poynter, -declaration of, 1715, 93*, 93. 1814-15, 144*. from Clement XI -letter 135*, 140*f, to, in Vienna, -conference 162*. 139*. 1715, on eccle desires to from letter information i-reference siastic affairs in 162*. non-Catholic 1717, to Princess 140*. countries, marriage |-his d. 1909, 334. 99*. Stokes, Whitley, Sobieski, 1719, officers Stone, [John], appointed accompany, [Revenue |-Irish I 1719, 97*. commissioner], 1671, 366.

Dublin Stonthun, Maurice, dioc, cent. 15, 5. see Strangvyll Clare, (Strigul), Richard de. treatment fr, letter about Strickland, of Catholics government, by English 108. cent. 18, 108*, see Clare, de. Richard Strongbow, 111*. [c 1793], Stuart, 6th baron Castle -Andrew Thomas, Stuart (?), 355. the -Charles Young Edward, an (Searlas Pretender, Eadbhard, for papal recog Prionnsa), petition as Charles III nition (Searlas III)

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i Taaffe, Seamus fr James, O.F.M. (an tAth. vicar Tath,Proinsiascanach), 156f. 156*f, apostolic, in London, 1667-8, -delays 155. 155*, fr Peter Walsh, -assists 1668, 155*. -persecution 157*. 1668, Meath, Tully 158. by, -Lawrence worthy 170. -Nicholas, 48*, | 57*. of of bp. -letter against,. 157*. of -condemnation bp. by 159*. 1669, fr -to be accompanied by in his visitation, 1668, 158*, -confusion 157, 157*. -left the in Church caused of Ferns by, [1668], 157,

letter Francis Stuart, James Edward, on Irish affairs to be shown to, 1724 163*. from -note letter about of State, Secretariat 1724, 163*, 163, -alms from Pope to, [1727], 100*. about permission -complains to George for oath 130*. I, 1716-7, 164*. -his 1725, rights, of his -health family, 1739, 166*. to Albano, -gone 1752, 184*, 184. will and (1760) -original codicil of, 106*. of S. Matthew -and Convent in Merulana, 273. as -Irish Catholic acting consul in Civitavecchia for, 1755, 108. 108*, 103*. Stuarts, | -in 100*. Rome, J -documents concerning, 1750, 105*. of bishops, 148*. nomination -and -see also Charles Edward, Henry, Francis Edward. James d. 1578, Stucley Thomas, (Stuclei), 12*. duke of, see Grey, Henry. Suffolk, 1798 Sughrue, Charles, bp. of Kerry, on veto, to Pope letters 1824, signs 1815-6, 226, 263. 123*. 1802, Monsieur, Sulivan, see Spencer, earl Sunderland, of, Robert. of Sweetman Milo, abp. (Sweteman), 307. 1362-80, 283, Armagh, Easbog (Nioclas, 201. of Ferns, 1745-86, of bishops selection and 170. 1745, 169*, dignitaries, for procurator -seeks salary 185. in Rome, 1753, 184*, -7 wishes fr Edward, to give 187. 1755, 187*, S.J., a parish, co. Swiney Owen, (Mac Swiney), his dated 1752, will, Middlesex, 356. disputed, of Owen will -Shapland, disputes 1752, 356. Swiney, S. (San Suit), 105*, 105. Swithin, 314 S. Pope, Sylvester (Silyester), 337, 326. 326. interpres, Symacus, for sub-commissioner Thomas, Syms, Act of Explanation, 1665, executing 385. T. -Nicholas, Fearna), bp. -and Taaffe Tath), Taeffe, Taff, (Taafe, of Carlingford. earl 3rd [Francis], 64. 48*, 57*, (Iarla Cairlinne), in Imperial Army, -serving 58. 54*, 54, 58*, 1686-7, duke to Charles, -minister after of Lorraine, 160*, Ryswck,

country, (Labhras), a bishopric, 2nd earl

1669, 159*. a canon, 1745, 170*,

of Carlingford,

160. I

in Holland, general -proposed 53*, 54. cam about -letter coming 1687, 58*, 58. paign, to Vienna, 1687-88, -journey 64. 64*f, lord (an Tigheama -[Nicholas], trea 6th viscount, Tath), proposed surer to assist in Catholic i education 177. 177*, Ireland, [1745], to with -gone family 180. 180*, Germany, [1745], 1st earl of Carlingford, -Theobald, 156. 156*, 1667, a candidate for -his brother 156*. of Tuam, 1667, archbishopric in Vienna, -two sons of, I 156*. 1667, Talbot Tolbet, (Talbote, Talb6id), in Papal Service, formerly signor, II of James in service granted post 63. in Ireland, 1687, 63*, of guards -has in company 1686, 89*, 89. Ireland, of Shrewsbury, duke -Charles, lieutenant lord Ionaid) (an Fear 98. in Dublin, arrives 1713, 98*, 99. -afiairs of, 1714, 98*, -Peter Airdeasbog (Peadar Talboid, of Dublin, Bhaile Atha Cliath), abp. as abp. elect 1669-80 (toghtha), 154*. IX to, of Clement letter to Card. Rospigliosi, -letter 159*. 1669, of about primacy -dispute 159*. 1672, Ireland, 1418-49, --Richard, abp. of Dublin, 313. 311. of -Col. Richard, agent-general 348f. of Ireland, Catholics 1671-3, earl of Tyrconnell (Iarla, -Richard, lord Thir Chonaill), Tighearna d. 1691, 63*, 63. deputy, com on special -reports 48*. mission, 1686, 1686,

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, 324. his work in Ireland Tholomeus, Philadelphi, Richard, Talbot, for James 332. II, 1686, 48*, 48, 55*, 55. bp. of Lismore, 1253-70, Thomas, of -on Crom restoration sir earl of, see O Brien, Thomond, losses to Catholics, wellian 1686, 55*. Barnabas. of Clarendon recall h-urges of Rev. N., canon regular Thompson, from Ireland, 1686, 56*. of the slaves (or Redemption of -to undertake government to J. C. address signs captives), 59*, 59. 1686, 56*f, Ireland, 118. 1794, Hippisley, his of approval -papal of Walter, Thornburi, vicar-general 1686, 76*, 76. appointment, Dublin to Ireland, _-his dioc, 1312, 305. 1686, journey Gilbert de, chief justiciar Thornton, 82*, 82, 89*, 89. 57*f, d. 1295, 336. of England, of Catholic .-and promotion Thurlow lord in Ireland, (Thurlough), Edward, 1687, 60*. Religion of England, to assist his chancellor II urged Thurlow, .-James 111. in Ireland, 1778-92, 111*, efforts 1687, 71*, 71. Tiberius 325. II about to James Caesar, -.-reports in Ireland, of Catholics [probably =attornev Philip, Tisdall, preferment d. 1777], 354f. general, 1687, 62*, 62. sir Henry, commissioner for his work in Ireland Titchburn, .-praise in execution H.M. for putting 1688, 64*, 65, 66*, 66. .II hopes be he will Declaration, 1660, 384. James Titus 325. to defend Vespasianus, able 68*, 1689, himself, fr James, of Kilcooly, abbot 68. Tobia, use of mitre and about to James .-sends petition II, report crozier, 1647, 44*, 44. 1689, 68*, 68. d. II to come Henry, 1869, The James Todd, James .-persuades Book from Paris, to Ireland of the of Obits and Martyrology 1689, 69*, 69. Church of theHoly Cathedral of Orange from Prince -offer Trinity, 313. Dublin, to, 1689, 92*, 92. see Talbot, -measures to withstand Richard, Tolbet, Signor, d. 1691. of Orange, 92. Prince 1689, 92*, see Tuohy, Charles. French Charles, Toohy, [? Monsignor, Agent Tallon, see 6 Donnchadha, in Ireland], Tadhg. Torna, 1647, 34*. 3rd earl of Castle S. A. Sebastiano James, Touchet, [probably Tanari, him for in Brussels, Antonio nuncio Slingsbeo petitions haven, Tanara, safe passage, of S. Maria in abbot 1639, 27. 1675-87], -malfaisance letter from abp. forwards 1647, of, 45*, Brussels, 45. of Armagh, 1679, 87*. fr Peter Walsh, -and par., Dingle 1755, Dominick, Trant, 1686, 186. 57*. F. A. de, nuncio of Venice, -Patrick,-186. Tarasso, -Richard (?),-187. 1765, 107*. Allessandro Thomas,-186. Tassoni, Monsignor Maria, Tregury his veto on de, abp. (Tregurre), Michael judgment question, 311. of Dublin, 132. 303, 1451-71, [1813], 132*, trustee for sale of John, Trenchard, Taunton, John de, bp. Kildare, d. 1723, 345, 359f, forfeited 331. estates, 1233-58, 373. sub-commissioner for Taylor, Thomas, Abbe of Ireland Act of Explanation, J., bishops Trevaux, executing 1665, in affairs and of Court of interfere I sub-commissioner of, 1815, 142*. sir John, northern Secretary Trevor, Claims, 352ff, 383, 385. for England, 348. of State 1668-72, -Thomas, Dublin, 1756, 356. for commissioner of -col. 1st marquess Marcus, Taylour, Thomas, H.M. Declara in execution Headfort, 341, 358, 383. putting Telesphorus 1660, 384. tion, Telsophorus), Pope, 157*. Trichoni 326. (?), 1668, 142-154, earl of, see Talbot, com solicitor Triconel, Richard, Temple, John, general, d. 1691. missioner for putting in execution H.M. sex his Annales 384. Nicholas, Trivet, 1660, Declaration, ed. Hog, Cardinal from letter Tencin, London, Regum Angliae, de, marquis d'Equille 1845, 290. to, 1746, 104*. see O as bp. of Toirdheal (Sean 6 Traoi), John Troy, Brien, Terdyluacus, bhach. (Easbog Osruighe), Ossory 1776-86, 216. 326. 216*, Tertullian, -as abp. of Dublin 306. Theiner, (Airdeas Augustin, Atha Cliath), 1139 Theobald, 1786-1823, abp. of Canterbury, bog Bhaile 61, 329. 123, 136*, 141*, 114, 123*, 114*, I Theodosius, 210, 238. interpres, 324, 326.

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OF PERSONS
1 Urban to privileges granted 102*. 1625, in representative London, 1634-6, 15*, 15. of England -thanks queen ior liberation of Irish brother, 1637, 22. of Protestant Ussher, James, abp. ? 14*, Armagh, 1625-56, 14, 284, 321. 304, 314f, VIII, Franciscans, -has V. ! Valentia, Fiancis. Viscount, see Annesley, sir

to lord lieutenant, John, address Troy, 1791, 202. letter of -notes to, .1793, 114. 114*, of vicars against, -complaints 133*. 1812, of one -at time in favour 133*. veto, -letters to G. Argenti, 1812-3, 128, 275*. 128*f, for to proposals -opposition of bishops, selection 1813, 125*, 125. to Quarantotti, -:-letter 1813, 128*. j -his reply about the Catholic relief bill, 134*. 1814, veto about -other letters and the bill, 1814-5, 135*, question 220. 137, 220*, 137*, -to of papal be informed 135*. [1814], decision, with appro -receives Poynter val and submission, [1814], 141*, 141. on veto letter to Pope -signs 263. 1815-6, question, 226f, in to veto attitude .-Pope's letter to, 1816, 250, 256. on veto writes -Card. Litta 256. to, 1816, 255*,

Valenti-Gonzaga, of Prefect Secretary candidates 170*. [? 1747],

cardinal Silvius, 1747-56, Propaganda, of letter about State, for bishoprics to, 1745,

in Killaloe -vacancy dioc., 171*. of Kil -and administration 172. ronan par., 1747, 172*, -letter about unworthiness of of Armagh, 172*. Canons 1745, -letter for Irish about salary in Rome, 185. 1753, procurator see Walsh, Valesio Peter. (Valesius), com Van 147. Trustell Homrigh, Bartholomew, [?] L., [1829], of Revenue, missioner 1703, 345. Tuite (Tuyt), Richard de, d. 1211, 330. of faculty of dean Vecchio, dominus, fr [James], O.F.M. in Louvain, (an tAth. Tully, Theology 1662, 88. sent to Card. Rospig 0 Maoltuile), 1st earl of Van Keppel, Arnold-Joost, 158. in Irish 1668, 158*, confisca liosi, Albemarle, gains of Tuohy Charles, 1700, bp. (Toohy), tions, 95*, 95. to letters 333. 1814-28, Verdon, John signs de, d. 1271, Limerick, on veto, -Nicholas 333. 1815-6, 227, 263. de, d. 1271, Pope | sir William, Richard of Richard Vere, Tuyt, companion de, see Tuite, de. Gilbert de Bouteillier, 293f. v see in Archdekin earl Talbot, Vesey, Tyrconnell, of, William, d. 1691. cent. Bushe, Richard, 18, 356. assessor earl of, see O Neill, in the ; Veterani, Hugh Tyrone, Monsignoi, sir George. Office san (F6-bhreitheamh Holy Poer, of letter from Card Tyrrell, Clogher bp. Oifig Naomhtha), Patrick, to translated Castelli to, 1765, 210*. (Easbog Chlochair), no word Meath, 1689, 79*, 79, 84*. Vgo, fr, in Flanders, from, 1645, 38*. Victor 326. U. I, S., Pope, of duke 2nd Villiers, George, see also O?, Y?. 348. Ua?, Buckingham, Ua of Samual (Samuel), Virtergrand, Angli, bp. of, 1647, 35*. proposals in Ireland, 317, 1177, 310f, 314, Dublin, 1096-1121, Vivian, papal legate 329. 328. see O Haingly, Donatus. for memorandum -Donatus, Vizzadelli, Carlo, Ua Cearbhaill, founder on oath, 147*. 1829, Pope Donnchadh, of Mellifont, seeWinde Vuindibanc d. 1168, 314. (Vuindibanch), of Tuam, sir Francis. Ua Ruadhan, Felix, abp. bank, of dioceses of recommends union and Glendalough, W. Dublin 1214, 290. Robert 1267-70, de, justiciar, Ufford, in suit against Morgan 333. Wade, Charles, no word Ugo 356. MacDaniell, (Vgo), fr, in Flanders, 1737, fr Luke, 38*. O.F.M. Wadding, from, 1645, (Lucas), de. earl of, see Lacy, Hugh 1646, 37*, 37. Ulster, Urban Walckenaer's note in Pinckerton 1623-44, Pope (Pdpa), VIII, 13*. Geographic, 1804, 275. about rede Robert, Walby letter national (?), John (Waldby), 14*. of bishops, of Dublin, council 311. 1390-5, 1642, abp.

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1814 veto Went

55

of and interests worth, Thomas, 21, 28. Slingsby, of fr Hares, -has co-operation 1636, 20. Irish priest, 1768 -and imprisoned 1636-37, 21*, 21. to write to him about -Queen 1766, to S. Patrick's Purgatory, pilgrimage 25. 315. 1638, Irishman tAth. speaking -punishes Queen, 1639, 26. against Valesius), Breathnach, Valesio, 48*, not -will allow 82. supreme 57*, 74*, 80*, 82*, of command in other hands, to -declaration 1639, 26. loyalty William 155. Charles Westbury, de, c. 1301, 298. 155*, II, 1661, to Court of Dr. .-aided J., auditor Westley, 1668, by br Taafife, 385. 155*. Claims, see Nugent, earl I of, Westmeath, by, [1668], 155*. -persecution .-fr Tully to counteract Richard. efforts of Irish Rev. 158. J., superior Weyburn, 158*, of, 1668, in Rome, of Franciscans -condemnation signs address by bp. 118. to J. C. Hippisley, 159*. Meath 1794, of, 1669, j Thomas Weyland out of Ireland, de, .-gone (Weylod), 1669, of common 159*. banished, justice pleas, new 335f. -and faction among 1289, 57*. 48*, Dalbi, Count, 1680, White, Catholics, 89*, 89. for appointment -candidate repentance -possible of, 1686, under 76f. 54, 72*. II, 54*f, James 57*, 57, 76*f, | to be unsuitable, -said -circumstances being of, 1687, 60*. an Irishman, to Pope, 72*, 72. 1686, 1687, 59*, -petition II decides 59. against -James -submission retraction and 1686, 73*, 73. tim, ? appointing in -his Rome, ill-repute of, 1688, 65*, 79*, 79. 71. -letter to duke of Ormond, 70*f, 1686-7, 63*. -his 1687, death, 1688, 65*, 79*, 84*. sir Ignatius, will and -death marquis d'Albeville, 1688, of, at the Hague, ambassador 84*. English 64*f, of his 71*, 73*f, 1687, 48*, 54*, 54, 63*f, -possession library, 78, 83*. 78*ff, 1688, 79*, 79. II to appoint him -doctor -James 1688, 79*, attending, in Holland, 79. envoy 1686, 53*, 53. in for of Oseney, departure -delay John, abbot Walton, abp. 290. of Dublin, 76*, 76. 57*, 1686, Holland, 1472-84, -excuses his about an fr William journey, (Liam Mac Ward, 59*. near Ghent, [1687], Bhaird), priest parish on affeirs in Holland, as bp. of Derry, -reports proposed 1668, 155. 1687, 62*. 155*, of his brother, -death sir James, d. 1666, 284, 315-9, 1687, Ware, 63*. 364. 321f, 329, on intentions of in for putting -commissioner -report execution Prince of Holland, H.M. 1688, 66*. Declaration, 1660, 388. 384. B., -Newport see Wyche, sir Cyril. sir Cyril, for commissioner Wich, Warren, Henry, Wickwane in execution H.M. Declara abp. William, (Wykewan), putting 335. of York, 1279-85, tion, 1660, 384. Stranorlar British vice-consul par., 1751, Edward, Wier, Watson, Edward, at 195. 145*. 1816, Leghorn, Stranorlar par., Edmond, James,-195. Wecer, -see and James. Edmond Wecer, 1751, 189. Robert Wikeford de, (Wykeford), -James,-189. -see of Dublin, Edmond and James. 1376-90, 311, 313. abp. ' Wier, v Wilkes, in the King chanlord 1768, Alexander, Wedderburn, Wilkes, ? cellor of England, 355. 1793-1801, of Chief sir John, reference to at 112*. Justice Willes, d. 1761, in England, common 1st baron pleas William, Wellesley-Pole, 354. chief secretary, 1809 Maryborough, " of and Saint 12, 347. martyr William, 328. earl of Strafford 1144, crucified, Norwich," Thomas, Wentworth, Lord Deputy or Viceroy, William 327f, 333. I, king of England, 13, 18, 328. of England, 28. William 23*, 23, 25, 27, 28* II, king Waldron, Peter, bp. of Killala, on letters to Pope 34, signs 1815-6, 227, 263. question, 352. 1773, Walker, T., v in Clement Waller, Waller, or 1770, 356. -v executors of Dr. Baldwin, 355. fr Paul, Litt. D. d. 1941, Walsh, -fr O.F.M. (an Peter,

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' Charles liberation of England Wogan, (Hugan), king (Ri of Princess Sobieski 68*. Shasana, 1719, 99*, by, Liam), .-as 99. of Orange, prince opinion -relations about Catholic of of, 1719, 99*, 99. appointment fr David for English inHolland, Wolfe general (an tAth. troops (Wolff), Daibhidh de Bhulbh), from letter 53*f. 1686, Fitzmaurice -his with relatiors James to, 1576, 152*, 152. 59. James II, 1687, 59*, in -Theobald, Catholics counsel, 1772, 354f. -against former deputy in Holland, Herbert, English Wood, keeper regiments 1687, of Public 62*. Records, 290, 341, 345. for sub-commissioner for attack Robert, Woods, -preparation on England, 66*. Declara in execution H.M. putting 1688, j ! tion, 1660, 384. of reasons -declaration of The Try all, for appearing in arms in England, captain -William, 1744, 356. 1688, 67*, 67^ of Worcester, affairs ,-=^his in England, S., bp. Wulfstan, d. 1095, 313. 1689, 68*. men sir Cyril, trustee Wyche for to -sends (Wich), 16,000 sale of forfeited 345. estates, 1703, Ireland, 1689, 68*, 68. see Wikeford, to -to send Schomberg Wykeford, Robert, Robert 68. de. Ireland, 1689, 68*, ? -measures see Wickwane, to in Ireland Wykewan, William, William. withstand troops of, 1689, 92*, 92. Robert to earl -offer of Tyr Wynchilseye, de, seeWinchel sey, Robert. connell, 1689, 92*, 92. -his lack of money, Y. 1689, 92*, 92. ? -measures for protection of, see also O?, Ua?. 1699, 94*, 94. Y?, on sir Joseph, in King's in confiscation Yates, judge -report and court of Common Bench Pleas, Ireland, [1699], 94*, 94. d. 1770, 354. William d. 1214, I, king of Scotland, dean of church of John, Yceannayg, 329. cent. Tuam, 15, 6. of London, 333. bp. 1051-75, William, dioc. Ykalanan, David, Clonfert, Parvulus William [?=William cent. Petit, 15, 6. of Dunboyne], baron d. 1213, 330. Meath Ykathasayd, John, dioc, cent. archdeacon of Kildare, 1307, 15, 5. William, cent. 300. Ykyncan, John, Meath dioc, 15, 5. Robert Winchelsey of, (Wynchilseye), see James York duke II. of, (Yorke), 336. abp. of Canterbury, 1294-1313, -duchess of (Baindiuc Eabhraic), Windebank Vuindi (Vuindibanc, see Hyde, Anne. secre sir Francis, banch), principal 3rd earl of Hardwicke, Yorke, Philip, in England, of state tary 1632-41, to go to Ireland, designated viceroy, shows to favour Irish imprisoned 121. 1801, 121*, 1636, 21. priest, cent. 7, 327. Ysydorus, -his with interview George cent. 5, 327. Ytalici, 1637, 22. Conn, to oath of allegiance -and Z. be taken in Ireland and by Scots 27. England, 1639, Zandodari Antonius (Zondadari), = or Winkham, Windham Mr. (? of secretary Felix, Propaganda, Francis 3rd earl George Wyndham, 114*. 1789-95, of Egremont), lll*f. [1793], 326. Zozimus, S., Pope, 417-8, Zouche Alan de la, justiciar, will Woffington, disputes Margaret, (Souche), of Owen dated 356. 332. 1752, Swiney 1256-8,

IL-INDEX
A.
5f. Achonry dioc, .?? see Blake, Walter of, bishops O Flynn, Robert; Kieravan, John. Acon 1291, 334, 336. (Acre), siege of, see Athlone. Adlon, missionaries Africa (an Aifric), in, 103. 103*, 1740-58, 5f. Aghadoe dioc, co. Monaghan, dis Aghnamallagh, of, 1742, puted will of John Barlow 356. of king (? James Albano, departure 184. for, 1752, 184*, Stuart) vicar apostolic of, see Bossu, Aleppo, Arnaldo. see Adda, of, archbishop Amasia, d'. Ferdinando financial for aid America (Meiricea), in Ireland schools Protestant from, c. 1735, 173*. -missionaries in, 1740-58, 103*, 103. of Dean letter of France, Amiens, Fermo 1647, 45*. from, see Hampton. Amptonton, letters of J. C. Hippisley Italy, Ancona, 119*. 1794, from, of British consuls -affairs at, 145*. [1820], abbot of S. Mary's, Annaghdown, see Quirk, Andrew. 4n\ -dioc, 325. Antioch, -patriarch of, letters of, 1702-04, 11, 84. Antrim 387. County, from Civil -boundary descriptions for baronies Survey in, 350*. -book of distribution for, 364. Apulia, of, 254. bishops Ardagh (Ard Achadh) 6f, 159*, dioc, 162*. see of, -bishops Brady, James; MacDermot Thomas ; Mag Roe, auran, James. Ardfert 4f. dioc, -annats 3*. for, being edited, Nicholas. bishop of, see Madgett, -dean Denis. of, see Moriart, Ardrahan (Ardrachyn, Ardrahyn), 6. dioc, Kilmacdaugh, Ardsratha 6. dioc, (Ardstraw), Derry Armagh 367. County, ? from Civil boundary descriptions for baronies Survey in, 350. -book of distribution for, 364. Armagh (Armac, Armach, Ardmacha) 5, 148*, 155* dioc, ' 161*f, 161, ' 191*,

OF

PLACES
Baculum Trinity

Armagh, Holy ;-primacy -ranks

292 313

Jesu Church,

transferred Dublin,

to from,

; ; MacMahon, MacMahon, David ; Magheraghty, ; Mag Hugh Luke Dominic ; Netterville, ; uire, O O Connellan, Gilbert; Caran, O Conor, O Abraham; Thomas; O Donatus; Fidabra, Morgair, O Reilly, Edmund Saint; ; Malachy, O Michael ; O Reilly, Reilly, O Richard; Patrick; Scannell, bl. ; Oliver; Plunkett, Rayner Mile ; Ussher, Sweetman, James (Protestant). Armagh 387. Library, see Peter III. Arragon, king of, Artoys 289. (Artois, France), see Kilcooly. Aruicampo, missionaries Asia, in, 1740-58, 103*, 103. see co. Galway, Athenry, Athnaryg. Nicolo. Athens, abp. of, see Bagni, Athlone 330. (Adlon), -commissioners, 1654, 382. and decrees of Common -claims court of claims sitting at, 383. wealth co. Athnaryg (Athenry, Galway) Tuam 7. dioc, S. Omer, Audomari, dept. probably Pas de Calais, 89*. France, Auken 337. (?.), of Richard I of Austria, captivity 330. England in, 1193, 9*, 9. Avignon, of Castlemaine -earl welcomed in, 51*. 1686, B. Ballicalla, annexed 167*, Ballybofey with Killinalard to monastery of Cong, 167. par., 1739,

-archbishops Anthony; Nicholas

of, 1737, 165*, in church of, 1745, of, see Albert; Ceallach; MacMaelisa, Bernard;

165. 169*.

Blake, Fleming, Nicholas

193, 328.

co. (Baile Bofaigh), Primate's commissioners Donegal, in dispute sit in, in Stranorlar par. 192. 1751, 191*, co. Carlow, 356. Ballyhegan, list of [co. Ballymore, Dublin], 305. feoffees 13th cent., of, mid. co. Galway, see Kyll Ballynakill, crumcher. Ballyshannon (Beal Atha Seanaigh), co. Donegal, 190, 193, 196. 190*, v co. Cork, in King Bandon, Corpora tion of Bandon Bridge, 1766, 355.

57

58

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Irish land i Brittany, expelled clergy in, 1655, 157*, 157. Brussels Tath br Seamus (Bruiseal), visits 155. cardinal 155*, in, 1667, I of bp. of Ferns -letters ! from,

to Card. Cibo letter of d'Adda Bath, 1687, 67*. from, see Bath and Wells, bishops of, La Robert; Burnell, Marche, William de. 30. Beaupuys, France, on castle attack Bedeford, of, 1224, 331. Belfast to (Beal Feirste), meeting for Catholics gain religious equality 203. in, [1791], 202*, arrives Gerald FitzGerald Belgium, 280. in, 1536, 280*, -see Flanders. does John Balliol Berwick-on-Tweed, to Edward I at, 1296, 301. homage Cork dioc, 8. Beuer, government Bohemia, of, and guard of Irish College in Prague ianship 218. 218*, 219. Laxamburg, 218*, 10. Bologna, Italy, ?? letter about troubles in England in, 1679, 88*, 88. published in Spanish Fallon College -Gregoiy 155. in, 1668, 155*, Bombay recent actions of (Bombaia), British Government in, 1815, 222*, 225. see Bunratty. Bonrath, 239. Breslau, 1748, bp. of, 233*, to be sent assistance Brest, France, to Ireland from, 1689, 69*, 69. to await of Berwick -duke James II in, 1689, 70*. II of departure -news of James from, 1689, 70*, 70. near of taking Brinetis, Limerick, castle of, [?==Bunratty], 24. 6. 1646, 37*, 37. with Dublin, in close contact Bristol, 299. 1100-1300, -S. of Augustine's, monastery Canons Augustinian in, 299. Britain (an Bhreatain Mhor), Great, 138*, 232, 267, 222*, 224, 231*, 269, 325. to Concilia Magnae -reference Britanniae et Hiberniae, London, 279. 1737, 279*, on of -opinion separation 209. Ireland and, 208*, 1792, laws relaxed -penal in, [1794], 118. 118*, anxious about -Pope religion and tranquillity in, [1814], 139*, 139. brief for -proposed papal Catholic subjects of, [18141, 139*, 139. -state of Catholic Church in, 141. 1814, 141*, -Catholic extinct hierarchy 224. in, 1815, 222*, of affairs study -Pope's in, 244. 1816, 206*, 236*, -few Catholics in, 1816, 236*, 243. an Armairg), Brittany (an Bhriotain, documents 119*. concerning,

I

1668, 157*.

-letter forwarded -letter

of Orange -Englishman 97*. or nunciature -nuncio in, letter to administrator of bp. of Limerick 164. in, 1736, 164*, -letters to Card. Antonelli from, 1780 and 1786, 211*, 216*, 216. -Abbot of S. Maria in, see Tanari, S.A. -? see also Internuncio Flanders, or Brussels in Flanders and Nuncio or Flanders. in Brussels Bunratty -see of, (Bonrath), 337. 1311, 296, Brinetis. C. Caen, France, Caernarvon Edward, England, 333. monastery of, of birth (Carnaruan), I of of son Edward 335. at, 1283, attack on castle

of Armagh abp. 87*. 1679, from, about of Prince progress 92*. 1689, from, in, 1699, imprisoned

from

of (sagart Cairo, Egypt, parish priest Laidneach and paraiste Cairo), of Irish to lord marriage lady 107*. Montagu, [1765], Calabria, bishop of, 254. Calais 289. (Kaleys), France, Government of, concessions Canada, in nomination of bishop for, 1813, 130*. 127*, -recent of British actions govern 225. ment 222*, in, 1815, Canterbury, 324, 333. -archbishops of, 317. -see Abbot, ; Anselm, George Thomas ; Elf red; Saint; Becket, Lanfranc ; Robert; Kilwardby, ; Peccham, Laud, William John de ; Theobald ; Win Edmund; Rich, Robert of. chelsey, Christ to Christ Church, gift Dublin Church, from, cent. 11, 314. Carlisle in, (Carlilo), abp. of Armagh c. 1642-4, 14. Carlow descrip County, boundary from Civil Survey tions for baronies 350. in, -" A brief the of description Countie 350. Carlow", of distribution -book for, 364. to letter Carolina, South, U.S.A., of from S. Pope John Cogdele 122. Charleshire, 1801, Cashel 154, (Cassel), dioc., 154*f, 181*, 181, 328. 3*. -annats for, being edited, see Bray, Cashel, of, archbishops Thomas ; Burgat, ; Brennan, John

No.
William

16?INDEX OF PLACES
; * Clonfert, Daniel. ; Clongowes Kildare, Clonmacnoise at, 1212, vicar general of, College,

59
see Kelly, co. castle

; Butler, Christopher Patrick ; Everard, Butler, James David Mac Kelly, ; McCarwell, Donat. David ; O Hoolachan, co. Kildare, see Tristle Castledermot, dermot.

Wood 386. 330.

(Clonmagnoys),

-

fr Ardfert 4. Castleisland, Clonmel, Sheehy brought to,. dioc, 355. list of feoffees hanged, 1766, Castlekevin, of, mid 148*. Cloyne dioc, 305. 13th cent., -annats 3*. co. Down, for, being edited, Castlewellan, 342, 344, Ross dioc, -and report of episcopal 359, 370f. 210*f. visitation, 1765, fixes abode hon. Francis Annesley Cloyne and Ross dioc, bishops of, at, 341. see Coppinger, William ; McKenna, located collection .-Annesley at, O Brien, Matthew; John. 341. Cochin China regular (Concintsin), Cavan boundary description CouNty, for baronies clergy wear lay clothes in, 1748-58; from Civil Survey in, 103. 103*, 350.

see Chur. of distribution of Rhezia, for, 364. Coira, capital see Koln. in Naples Cesarea, of., nuncio Cologne, abp. Colonia, 160*. of (Mainistir Cong, abbey or monastery 1699, see Chester. 167. Cestria, 167*, Cester, Conga), about be Chalcedon, bp. of, see Smith, Richard. parishes -dispute see Carolina, 168. Charleshire, to, 1743, longing 168*, U.S.A., letter about his South. -abbot of, II 169*. Chester cause, (Cester, Cestria), James 1744, -see Kenny, Marcus. lord Tyrconnell to meet at, 1687, Conn aught (Cuige 62*, 62. 31*, Connacht), on Irish -lord reports 153, 330. Tyrconnell II at, 1688, 66*, 66. -progress 37*. of war affairs to James in, 1646, of abp. of Armagh eccles Connaught in, (Cuige Connacht), -library 14. iastical 1642-4, bishops of, 202. province, dean -state of faithful and clergy and of, Chichester, chapter I to, 1291, 298. 158. letter of Edward of, 1668, 158*, see Ricardus, Saint. 328. -bishop of, Constantinople, le Bouteillier China, regular clergy wear lay clothes -Gilbert returning 103. from Holy 293. Land 103*, in, 1740-58, via, see Dublin, Christ 5. Church, Dublin, Cork, to bishops and Milner Holy Trinity. -gratitude now of Rhaetia, 128. capital Chur-(Coira), expressed in, 1813, in Grisons about veto 107*. -meeting canton, Switzerland, in, [1818], 316. 146*. ClTEAUX, 367. Cork 328. -abbey of, founded, 1098, 361, County, Irish from Civil Catholic Civitavecchia, Italy, -boundary descriptions as consul for Pretender for baronies acting Survey in, in, 350. 108. of distribution -book 1755, 108*, for, 364. Cork 7. Clannceanbayll, [?= Clogher dioc, dioc, Clancarbill district in co. Monaghan], 3*. -annats edited, for, being 4. see Butler, of, -bishops John; Clare book of distribution ; Murphy, County, McCarthy, Thady John. 119. affairs for, 364. of, 1794, Corsica, 119*, Clogher 4f? dioc, (Clocher) -administration of, 1688, 79*, 79. of Hugh -translation I>. MacMahon to Armagh 162*. 1715, from, Ber 331. -bishops of, see MacMahon, Damietta, Egypt, nard MacMahon, Eber ; IX of France, ; -taken MacMahon, by Louis Ross ; MacMahon, ; Murphy, Hugh 1249, 332. O Morgair, co. Kilkenny, ; James lands of, case Christian; Dangan, O Reilly, Patrick. of counsel, for opinion Daniel; Tyrell, 1772, 355. Clonfert 51 see Challoner, dioc, bishop of, Debra, ?? retention of parish of Richard. by bp. in brief of 1711, 367. Derry Clonfert, permitted County, 172. of distribution -book for, 364. ?? 172*, see Coen. Thomas of. 6f. ;-dioc, bishops Thomas see Peter ; Donelan, tho ;-bishops Costello, of, Bradly, Patrick Second Madden, Ambrose; ; Kelly, Edmond; Brullaughan, O Peter. Thomas; Donnellan, Fitzsimmons, Hervey, -book

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1 close contact with Frederick ; Dublin, Bristol, (Protestant) Augustus 299. 1100-1300, Philip; John ; MacDavet, McColgan, O O Charles; 330. Reilly, Donnell, -burning of, 1192, William. Michael; Ward, of Ireland holds council -legate rector of, see Colgan, John. Derry, at, 1217, 331. fitzThomas Desmond John territory, of various charters -inspeximus killed in, 1261, 332. to earl of Castlemaine of, 1265, 305. France, Dieppe, of of Black Book from London arrive -composition at, 1686, 49. Christ Church death of William in, c. 1300, 285, 288, Dijon, France, 297. Hothum 299, 303f. at, 1298, co. ui Dingle Chuise), (Daingean -large part of, destroyed by fire, to nuncio letter Spanish Kerry, 1301, 296, 298, 337. from Dr. Sanderus 152*, in, 1579, 312. synod -provincial in, 1339, 152. of sun in, 1339, 312. of parishioners -burdens of, 1755, -eclipse 185. and citizens, -mayor controversy 185*, with of Christ and convent Donegal prior 367, 388. County, 305. of distribution -book for, 364. Church, 1338, Irish of attack College of, -question Douai, by Catholics Douay, difficulties financial on, 1646-7, 180*, of, [1750], 32*fT, 37*. will be used 180. -Pope hopes money or some important of to capture Dublin brother letter announcing Doure, arrives taken prisoner strong from, 1646, 32*. Slingsby point, a prisoner -Glamorgan in, 1646, 1639, 27. 367. 31*. Down County, from Civil -Commonwealth of Claims Court descriptions -boundary for baronies sitting in, 383. in, 350. Survey II writes of distribution to Card. d'Este -book for, 364. -James 5. Down from, 1689, dioc, 92*, 92. see Macarti, -news sus of measures Mon of, against -bishops Francis. ; Stuart, persons pected in, 1699, 94*, 94. signor Connor of Dublin Down and [1717], -Incorporated dioc, Society for promoting 162. Protestant English 162*, see Schools 173. in Ireland, of, MacMullan, 173*, -bishops see -For in O Shiel, title Patrick; James. Irish, Dromore Protestant. of, see Brady, dioc, bishops Schools, -law Edmond of cases heard Patrick ; Lennan, ; Derry, reports in, Richard. cent. Matthew; Lincoln, 18, 354. cases adjudged Bench Dublin, 297, 300ff, 307, 317, 319, 324, -King's in, cent. 18, 355. 341, 356, 363, 387. of -duke court of Shrewsbury, new viceroy, -Chichester House, estates sit at, for forfeited arrives 98. trustees in, 1713, 98*, schools opened -Catholic 371. in, [1745], of Ulster 179. earl -Dublin Castle, 178*, 286. -measures Pro taken in, 1316-7, against imprisoned 383. schools testant Tower, -Bermingham [1745], in, 177*, 346f. 177. -Record Tower, ecclesiastical affairs of -Dublin article Evening Post, in, clergy Dublin's Irish in proceedings interest and about colleges English 146. 290. against Templars, 1308-10, in, [1818], 286. of -declaration of -New Gate, loyalty of in Irish clergy to Charles annals entries -annals, II, taken at, written in, 321. 1666, 154*, 155. Pembridge of Winchcombe of bp. of Meath -letter -annals in, from, 159. 1669, 159*, 1085, 314. -news of S. Mary's, of penal -annals laws against 314, in letters Catholics from, 1699, 93*, 329, 334. 314. 93. -tradition of, in, of early Fran bull concerning Stran -papal -composition orlar Chronicle arrives 200. ciscan in, 320. in, [1751], 199*, Chronicle -Catholics of oath take Anglo-Irish -key 324. 13th cent, in in court in, allegiance 211*, in, 1776, with 211. -connection Winchcombe, 313. -letter for pro about abp. Dublin, temp. Patrick, salary of Waterford curator -sack in Rome by men of, 185*, 1753, from, 328. 185. 1087, 314, Benedictines to further to, brought -English -meetings equality of religions 314. held in, [1791], 202*, 203. 1074-95,

No.
Dublin, to lord sembled 217. address lieutenant -resolutions in, -letter to J. C. Hippisley 210. Veto ution 129*. issued ing VII 270. in, 1799, of

16?INDEX
from Catholics

OF

PLACES

61

202*. 1791, as bishops 128*, 207*, 217*, in, of abps. from, of of 1800, Ireland 210*,

to bishops -opposition 128*. voiced in, 1808, -Italian of resol translation of bishops assembled in, 1810, -pastoral in, 1813, -resolutions 1815, -letters of Irish bishops 128*. of bishops meet 255. 255*, to Pius of hierarchy 219*, 219, 270*,

from,

1815,

to Pius of Catholics 274. VII 1815, 274*, from, of -national convention 230f. Catholics in, 1815-6, 230*f, of of coadjutor -letter bp. to Card. Consalvi Dublin from, 1816, 259. 259*, I to Board from -letter secy, Holy Trinity. j see to Card. -S. of Nicholas's Catholics Ireland of parish, Lincoln, Richard. sent 277. Litta 1817, 277*, from, to -S. Patrick's of -address Catholics cathedral, 284, 312. see Aleyn, 276. -dean 1817, 276*, of, Pope, John. 367. Dublin 332. -dedication County, of, 1254, 364. of distribution with -book Christ -controversy for, ' c. 1300, 299. Dublin 154*f, 155, Church, dioc, 4-7, 297, about 328. election -agreement 301, -see with Christ 311. ecclesiastical affairs in. Dublin, Church, -documents Thos. proposes -chapter concerning early as candidate for see Chaddisworth history of, 281, 308-313. see Aleyn, of Dublin, 1294 and 301. ; John -archbishops of, 1298, de ; Boyle, -taxation list of, 1306, Alexander 306. Bicknor, -;? Michael of Car Edmund; Michael; Byrne, Tregury, abp. buried 312. ; Cran ; Comyn, John Dublin, in, 1471, John penter, see O of S. Thomas's, ; Derlington, John de ;-Abbot ley, Thomas Kelly, Richard Donatus ; Flem ; Feringes, Henry. Wer burgh's -S. Church ; Havering, ; Gregory ing, Thomas burnt, Richard de ; Hothuni, William de ; 1301, 296, 298, 337. Holy Trinity Richard ; Dublin, (Christ Church John de ; Lincoln, Leche, Loundres, 311,333. John; Cathedral), Henry Linegar, de ; Luke Thomas of S. Edmund, ; ; Minot, -chapels king and S. Mary Daniel and martyr called ; the (as coadjutor) Murray, O Haingly, 308f. Richard; White, Northalis, O Toole, Saint Laurence Donatus of S. Laud, 308f. ; ; -chapel Patrick of S. Michael, Patrick ; S. Paul, -=-chapel 308f. ; Russell, of S. Nicholas, of ; Sandford, Fulk de ; Sand 309. John -chapel Peter 283. -dean ; Talbot, ; Talbot, ford, John of, Richard Michael de ; of (canons and convent ; Tregury, -prior Ua 3Uf. Samuel; Troy, John; Angli, of), 285, 300, 304, 308f, -writ of mort d1 ancestor Robert; John; Walton, Walby, Robert de. against, 1296, 306. Wikeford, to abp. of, see Argenti, of -agent -Samuel, bp. Dublin, hostile Giovanni. to, 314. list ending with 303. -abps. of, 1471, -litigation Comyn 291. -list, 1074-1299, family, 1296, 305f. with 35*. of of, 1648, -dispute Hospital -coadjutorship see Murphy, -vicar of Jerusalem S. John near Dublir, general of, c Dominic E. ; Royderd, William; 1307, 301f. for Church Walter. -claim of Kil Thornburi, -annats of, 3. cullen, 1309, 305. -address

\ Dublin, with Glen amalgamation recommended, dalough, 1214, 290. of S. John, -brethern outside the New 286. Gate, of retention of parishes -example 172*. by bishop in, 1734, between -dispute Augustinians and bishops concerning in, parishes 176*. 1739, convent -Dominican 322. in, -All Hallows monastery near, 302. 1310, or Holy -Christ Church Trinity, see separate Holv heading (Dublin, Trinity). of S. John of Jerusalem, -Hospital 301. -S. Catherine's con par., dispute 163. cerning, 1719, 163*, -S. 324. Mary's Abbey, 318f, -annals 334. of, 314, 329, see -S. Michael's Church, Dublin, Holy Trinity. -S. 314. Michan's Church, on Lawlor's A Note -Dean the Church 314. of S. Michany Dublin, see Dublin, -S. Nicholas's Church,

62
Dublin, with Holy mayor 305. 1338, -see

No.
Trinity, and citizens

16?INDEX OF PLACES
controversy of Dublin ' I Egypt, I -John 325. Ferae and Catherine Dormer

156. de ; ! Elphin Adam 156*, dioc, Balsham, ; James ; Pecock, of, see O Fallon, John (prior) -bishops j to for [ O Kellij, Cairbre ; Plunket, George. Exchequer 312. -vicar general of, see Finaghty, charter, 1463-4, James. of, 281-333. in Brussels, Book of Christ Church abp of, nuncio Emesa, to Card. Antonelli letters [? 1765], 216*. Christ of Book 1786, 211*, England 13f, 9*-12*, 9, (Sasana), Church, 283, 301. 285-312 37*, 39*, 34*f, 2If, 15, 21*, 15*, passim. -charters, 67f, 66*f, 47, 57*, 63*, 45*, 41*, 283, 286, 292, 312. -deeds, -calendar 1.05, 74*, 81*, 86*, 86, 10I*f, 70*, of, 299, 305. of the cathedral, -foundation 119*, 164*, 293, 112*, 110*, 110, 327f, 330, 333, 335, 341, 313f, 297, 292, 307-310. -citizens in take part 344, 346, 359f. -see ! also English construction 310. the ; Government, of, British. of -Dunan, Dublin, bp. come 327. buried to, -Angles in, 1074, 333. of Christ Book -Black Benedictines Church, -English j main 314. from, c. 1300, brought portion to, 1074-95, brought 285. Christ from -gift Church, -owner lived in, 285. to, cent. 11, 314. Canterbury, on counties -text -taxation-list of, 298. of, 1306, 306. with -entries S. 296, 305. concerning, -controversy Dom. c. 1300, 299. -Collectanea by Anglica Patrick's, dean -visitation of of, by I Giorgi, 278*. 336. c. 1301, 299f. S. Patrick's, from, 1290, expelled |-Jews come election -Normans about to, 287. -agreement of S. Patrick's, with canons of, 287. temp. -provinces of books -Thos. 311. brings Taylor Luke, abp. of Dublin, or synod and Distribution council to, 1675, Survey -provincial 353. 312. held 306, in, 1339, letter about trouble -Baculum transferred -cop} in, 1679, Jesu from Armagh 88*, 88. to, 292, 313. and of affairs in Ireland 1461, 304. -influence by wind, -damaged on, 1686, 48*. 48. Scotland Trinity College (University Dublin, for improvement II hopes of Dublin), -James 387, 389. of trustees of for in affairs of, 1686, 55*. -period from II may derive benefit 346. feited -James estates, -see Baldwin, strife Dr. ; in, 1689, 70*. news II receives of Prince 388. -James -library, -see Manuscripts. of Orange from, 1689, 68*. | of lest word with -arrangements of, incorporated abbey Duiske, | II from Brest I of James that of Jerpoint, 1227, 319. departure co. Kerry, an 6ir, affairs of Dun reach, 1689, 70*. of Orange Bastian di San Giuseppe 1688-9, in, in, [1579], -Prince 67f. 12*. 66*f, co. Louth, The Hague -letters 352. Dundalk from, reaching lands, I arrival of Dean of Fermo 1699, 94. Dunianan, Irish of correspondence -opening in, 1648, 46*. co. 173. Dunmior 173*, [Dunmore, Galway], in, 1745, cent, law reports of cases 4. -18th Tuam, dioc, heard in, 354. was and will be -Ireland E. always 209. part of, 1792, 209*, and arrests 367. Eastmeath I in, [17941, County, -conspiracy 117*. archbishop of, see Grimaldi, Edessa, -rumours about French invasion Hieronymus. 121. letters Edinburgh of, 1801, 121*, (Dun Eidean), com of Ireland desire from Vicar Apostolic of, 1750, 104*f, -Catholics 104. from, [1813], 126*, plete separation 126. to Card. -letter of C. Erskine -ecclesiastical 111. references, apostasy from, 111*, [Campanelli], 275. translation of of, 275*, Gazette, -Edinburgh success of Dublin trained of of accounts -bishops Young as Black monks 100. I Pretender in, 314. in, 1745, 100*, Comyn family -apply of enrolment -annals -Black 281 et seq. -White

j

go to, [1765], 107*.

No.

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63

' letter Enniscorthy England,-Catholics (Inis Corthaidh), in, to take oath of allegiance, to Card. 109. of bp. Ferns Consalvi from, 109*, -Catholic missions 256, 259. in, n.d., 1816, 256*, 146. 102*f, 146*, Europe, bishops of, and veto question, -interdict of 274. 1208 relaxed, 333. 1214, 330. 313, Evesham, Worcestershire, see Otto. Ewirwyke 327. -legate [York], to, 1237, or ! -nuncios represenpapal tatives Ferdinando ; in, see D'Adda, F. C. ; Conn, George; Erskine, Gregorio. laws and penal Carlo. Faenza, -persecution of, see Rossetti, bishop Cork 4. Fanlobus 278*. dioc, in, 85*, 93*, 97*, (Faulobys), 142*, co. see Antonelli, Fannton -prefect of, [possibly =Taunton, Leonardus. letter of bishop Somerset], -saints of, 105*. Collingridge from, 1815, 142*. j Fermanagh des -tithes of churches boundary County, of, 1291, for 336. Civil from Survey criptions 1740 baronies -vicars apostolic in, in, 350. of distribution 103. -book 58, 103*, for, 364. see Brancadoro, Faith -Catholic Fermo, of, in, 1603-77, abp. 84* et seq. B. Giovanni Cardinal; Rinuccini, 5. Ferns faculties and special dioc, priv 3*. for religious orders edited, ileges for, being in, cent. -annats see lOlf. Archer, 17, 101*f, of, -bishops -see O also Benedictines, Bartholomew; Callaghan, O Molloy, Ambrose and Jesuits. Franciscans ; Albinos; Dominicans, relations certain Patrick; Sweetman, -marriage, Ryan, in prohibited Nicholas. [16051, degrees in, fr. 101*. in, see Edward, parish 10. may be given on Italy, -indulgences Ferrara, Flanders 101*. feast days certain (An Flondras), 9*, 9, 11*, in, [1605], 155. -Irish abbot brings 14*, 74*, 155*, patent see or nunciature 24. -nuncio of, to, 1638, Irish Nuncio of Flanders. -wandering priests in, I of 24. Edward to, 1638, 24*, -expedition of fr R. Corbie flee 337. 296ff, -parents for religious 15. de Hothum -Wm. consecrated reasons, 1644, at Ghent of Dublin missionaries in, 1298, in, -Capuchin abp. 81*. 296. 1686, from England -Irish -newsletters (avisi) returning religious home should not go through, in letters 1612, 85*, 85. from, 1686, to do to go there 91. -married priest 91*, II supports work of 1637, 23. -James repentance, of in Scotch number of missionaries Jesuits large in, -arrival London from, 1639, 27. 1687, 63*, 63. to command Irish Brus -Catholic from, -Cavalier refugees in, 1639, 27*, 27. 1699, 97*, 97. Army of Catholic merchants of Catholics -miserable state -petition 40*. in, 1727, 1645, 100*, 100. of, letters from Rinuccini between -dissension regular -duplicate to be sent through, and secular in Ireland 1645, 100*, clergy in, 1750, 31*. 101, 102*. fr Ugo in -no from word -Catholic in, 1645, agents from, 185. 38*. 1753, Rome, 185*, 36* seek religious -Rinuccini may go to, 1648, -Presbyterians -commissioner of Francis 208*. general equality 1792, in, cans of seminaries 57*, 57, 77*, 77. in, in, 1686-7, -founding 97*. of Spanish, 117. -affairs 1699, 1794, 117*, of oath instructions -Catholic 1815, regarding in, Group to in England 142*. given allegiance 109*. of bishops internuncio nomination in, 18, in, cent. -veto, 9. Florence 131*, (Florant), 131, 133*. con -letters to Rinuccini movement in, 1645, 38*. -pro-veto McDonald tinued -letter of Allan 128*. from, in, 1808-13, ? -Irish and 103*. 1746, agents propose Irish Catholic about -letter defend 142. acting in, 1815, 142*, for Civitavecchia as in Consul -resentment in, if conditions in Bill not 108. 137*. I Pretender 1755, 108*, from, accepted, Panzani,

64
Fort Augustus, Allan McDonald

No.
Scotland, from,

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of letter 103*. 1746,

fr government France, of, expels 145*. Ferris, 1817, see of Anne of, France (An Fhrainnc), 9*f, 9, 30*, -sovereigns VI Austria VIII ; Louis ; Louis ; 34*, 45*, 183*, 208*, 208, 280*, Louis IX ; Louis XIV ; Louis XV ; 327. 280, 297, Moroveus ; ; Faramundus ; Pepin of Cashel educated -abp. in, par Philip I ; Philip II ; Philip III ; tisan of, n.d., 217*, 217. IV. Philip -monks from transferred Ireland -see also Gallicanism. 319. to, 1229, Cardinal 65*, Fursteberg, of, 1688, 65. to French -English embassy king, j 289f. 1294, G. -owner of Black of Christ Book Church 298. 1294, probably in, of Rinuccini letters -Edward Galway, from, to, 1297, I, goes 296, 337. 1648, 46*. of peers -titles and clergy of, c. 1300, 298. -bishops imprisoned in, to go to, 1637, 23. for two years, 157. -penitent priest 1655, 157*, -to combat and clergy sent to France Charles Mahometans, -bishops I allows many to serve 157. from, in, 1639, 26. 1655, 157*, -letters with -dissatisfaction 32*. from, 1646, abp. of Tuam on -note felt in, 1669, sent from 159*. dispatches Church of S. Nicholas Ireland via, 1646, 42*, 42. in, 7. see br 1645 -Rinuccini and of, French, in, 1649, -Warden 153*. Edmund. 29*f, 46*, -letters Galway in Ireland from Rinuccini of distribution book County, to be sent 31*. for, 364. 1645, through, II to be envoy letter -Skelton about marriage of of James lord Garir, from of Vicar in, 1686, 53. Montagu Apostolic II in, 1689, 92*. 70*, -James in, 1765, 107*. Aleppo of Catholics in Ireland -position Gascony, 290, 296, 331, 337. be worsened 327. because of num may Gaul, bers of refugees Genoa 1699, 93*, from, (Genua), 9, 246*. 93. -doge of, 1646, 31*. -fr relaxations -certain in celebration Francis to ordered Mlaghlin of feast-days in, 1736, go to, [1709], permitted 161*, 161. 164. of Card. -letter to abp. of 164*, Litta on Dublin ?-influence 220. Ireland, from, 1792-5, 1815, 219*, 113*. -letter to bishops of Ireland, 1816, of clergy 271. -persecution 270*, in, [1794], 117*. of Card. Litta -letter to Poynter 143*. 145*. -refugees [? 1816 or 1820], from, [1799], from, with -concordat Church Catholic Germany, 9*f, 9. -documents in in, 1801, 122*, 139*, 217*. concerning, -rumours of invasion of England Archivio 2*, 2. Segreto, and Ireland current C. Brokie to parish in, 1801, 121*, -fr appointed 121. in, [1700], 97*, 98. and Irish state -English Colleges in, -Catholics of, miserable of, 146*. 100. [18181, 100*, 1727, -ambassador of William de Hothum extraordinary Ghent, Flanders, na consecrated (ambasadoir tharghnathach abp. of Dublin at, 1298, has Irish chaplain, 337. Frainnce), 296ff, 1635, 17. -fr W. Ward of place 17*, priest parish -recommends his 155. near, chaplain 155*, 1668, for bishopric of Ferns, see Glenfin. 18. Glanfin (Gleann 1636, 18*, Finne), -conduct Glasgow at Mass 7. 1636, of, dioc, 19. diocese Glendalough, of, amalga -ambassador recom with Irishman mation Dublin of, presents dioc, to James 65. 290. II, 1688, 65*, mended, 121<<, -in see note about -archdeacon Florence, of, Lincoln, Pretender's consul at Civitavecchia, Richard. 108*. Glenfin Gleann 1755, (Glanfin, Finne), -Catholics co. Donegal, Protestants of, English 190*, 190, 196. com under on against petition serving Gnesnen, of, chapter opinion mand nomination of bishops of, 1686, 52*, 52. expressed by, from protection -benefit of 129. 129*, 1805, Gravesend on D'Adda James II, 1686, 53*, 53. (Gravesanda), to Catholic -help given way to, 1689, 70*, 70. see Britain, Great 115*. emigres, Great. [1794], Britain,

No.
Greencastle 1260, 332. H. Hague 1699, 1687, Hampton Card. in Ulster,

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overthrown,

OF
Ireland, -brief

PLACES
Ireland account 152*. affairs 1560, of, of,

65
366, 368, 370f. fr Johannes Elizabeth, Spain to,

by

Rocchus, -civil 358. (Haya), The, from, 97*. 93*f, ambassador -English at, see White, Ignatius. to letters (Amptonton), from Barberini Panzani in, 19*. of George Conn, 1636-7, newsletters -James 1613, -Charles

temp. aid from

I fears 85*.

I desirous of visiting, 17*, 17. -Fra in favour O.P., O'Daly, plots of Spaniards in, 1638, 25. 1636, attack coast -Corsairs of, 1639, -letters 26*, 26. 20*ff. -oath of loyalty to be taken by duke or elector Hanover (Hannover), Scots inhabitants of, 1639, 27*, 27. I. of, see George of utterances against -suppression -duchess of, see Sophia. of England King in, 1641, 14*, 14. from Rome of fr Hayes -expulsion -aid for Charles I from, 1644, 14*, to agents due [1815], from, 274*, 14. 274. un -Puritans still Scots and 328. Hanstide, defeated 37*. in, 1646, see Scotland. of Scotland, Highlands for aid to, 1645, 31*. -necessity Holland (An Ollainn), 53, 57*, 53*, 32*. to, 1646, -dangers 214. 62*, 66*, 76*, 76, 97*, 213*, for the Settle Declaration -King's Catholics -United of, Provinces, ment 348. of, 1660, 109. 109*, c. J662, 371. -Irish Finance, of, 247. bishop govern concerning -propositions of Catholic merchants -petition ing of, 1662, 369, 371. 1645, 40*. of, -Civil 369. affairs list, 1666, II to appoint Catholic -James to upset Acts of Settle -attempts over soldiers English in, general ment and Explanation in, 1671, 1686, 53*. 348. " -treatment of Catholics in, 109*, -" men unsettled in their estates 109. 353. in, 1674, -envoy of, extraordinary (teach II hopes for improvement -James na hOllainne), taire tharghnathach in affairs of, 1686, 55*, 55. of his arrival explanation possible II to assist wishes James -Pope [in London], 59*, 59. [1687], efforts of lord Tyrconnell in, 1687 co. Holy Cistercian Abbey, Cross, 71*, 71. 317. Tipperary, II and lord Tyrconnell to -James Holy 293, 332f, 336. Land, discuss affairs of, 1687, 62*. 386. Roscrea, Honeymount, of Orange state of -Prince and I. king of, see Joseph Hungary, 59*. affairs in, [1687], -Lord for sold Sunderland sends iers from, 1688, 66*, 66. II from, for James 1688 -soldiers I. 67*, 67. of Orange's declaration letter from -Prince sultan of, Iconium, about restoration III to, 287. of laws and Alexander see co. liberties 67. of, 1688, 67*, Clare, Inchicronan, | on affairs -Frenchman reports of, Ynystomayn. lib Innsbruck Austria, 1689, 70*. (Inspruck), II hopes eration for of Princess Sobieski sufficient from, -James aid for, 1689, 69*, 69. papal .1719, 99*, 99. of France sends to Inverness letter of -King aid (Inbhear Nois), 104*. Marquis 1689, 69*, 69. d'Equille from, 1746, -Prince to have of Orange said passim. - Ireland, see also sent of Irish ; Government to, 1689, 16,000 men 68*, 68. difficult Ireland. than -taking of, more first thought, of Orange to Concilia Prince ?-reference Magnae 1689, et Hiberniae, Britanniae 68*, 68. London, II advised to go to, 1689, 279. 1737, 279*, -James 152*. 70*. of, -geography ?? see Treasurer II arrives of Ireland. -James in, 1689, 92*, 92. -Prince of Orange send army -famine may in, 1295, 296, 337. counciL -great of, 1297, 287f, to, 1689, 92*, 92. 298. -confiscation in, 1691-1700, 87*, I 96*, 96. of sun in, 1339, 312. -eclipse 1636,

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16?INDEX OF PLACES j 167*.

affairs of in House in, 1743, j Ireland,-ecclesiastical lodged Ireland, petitions confiscated Commons concerning 167*. to return to, 1743, -priests ; in, 1699, 94*, 94. property 182*. of duke -former possessions I-1750, to regular in, clergy -privileges I of York in, 1699, 95*, 95. 100*. 1750, of commissioners, -report Stranorlar bull concerning -papal 1700, 95*, 95. 200. sent 199*, par., to, [1751], to Scotland moved before from, -petition -troops concerning, Pope 184. 1700, 96*, 96. 184*, 1752, candles on 124*. of allegiance from, -oath duty -import in, [1775], to of [170C], 96*, 96. Presbyterians -attempts the of affairs about -letters in, 1792, 208*, gain religious equality 208. from, 1714, 98*, 98. Viceroy heard of cases -law in, -independence reports 208*, 1792, of, cent. 209. 18, 354. in lord Kildare relaxed laws -ejectment in, [17&4], -penal v. Fisher for mountain 118. in, 1729-30, 118*, 356. desires Card. Erskine -Monsignor of revolution I to mention of State not 1792, in, '-danger Secretary 207. 116. affairs I 207*, of, 1794, 116*, of French -influence semin of two erection propagandists -proposed 115ff. aries in, 1794, in, 1792, 207*, 207. 115*ff, about to be taken of allegiance of, -oath independence -opinion in, 209. 124*. 1792, 208*f, [1804], devel about political Relief to Catholic -uncertainty -opposition 113*. 137*. opments in, [1793], in, 125*, bill, 1813, invasion -rumour French about of schism in, [1814], -possibility 121. 137*. 121*, of, 1801, 275. 275*, of, 1804, -population of, [1814], 273*, 273. -protectorship -number of Reformation Ireland apostates references), (ecclesiastical did not exceed sixty in, 1815, 222*, in, 97*. persecution 224. 20, 20*, 1636, 1618, -1612, -Irish Catholics 85. against papal 85*f, affairs 94. interference in political -of of, 93*, 1699, clergy, on certain 230*. for indulgences 1815, -request of Pope about 101. affairs of, -anxiety 101*, in, [1605], feast-days 246*. Crown from English 1816, -independence 2711 miss -affairs of Rinuccini's an not of, 181.6, 271*f, object -"bound to Rome," 257*, 1816, ion, 1645, 29*. 257. Charles of peace between -question minutes -two 30*f. I and 264*, Catholics for, [1816], 1645, in, of 264. to members -certain privileges -mission 146. orders going in, 1818, 146*, to, 1658, 101*, religious Italy 101. 99*, (An Eadail), 2, 9*, 47*, via 297. sent on -note 99, dispatches FitzGerald -Gerald arrives France in, 1646, 42*, 42. from, 280. of protection 1536, 280*, of, 1648, -question on pilgrimage -Irishman 36*. in, 1638, 24*. on England of affairs -influence in, of Scarampi -return 49. to, 1646, 32*, 1686, 48*f, 37*. of Catholics, to advantage -reform return -Invernizi 1646, may to, in, 1686, 49*, 49. 37*. two Churches about -talk of, 1688, to Sobieski -Princess brought 66*, 66. in affairs interest in, 1719, 99*, 99. safety of, 1686 -papal in Ferae and Cath. Dormer, -John 9, 74*. to be married, order of large II supports work [1765], leave, -James 107*. of missionaries number in, 1687, 63*, 03. to send to Scotland -endeavours J 98. born 97*, in, [1700], priests with 163*. of, incorporated Abbey Jerpoint, in, 1718, -persecution that of Duiske, are missionaries -best 1227, 319. priests 331. 164*. ordained 325, 328f, Jerusalem, in, 1736, to Cath -lord about missions book converted -certain Montagu olicism 107*. should not be read in, 1736, 164*. in, [1765], fall after in, -patriarch of, drowned lay-clothes clergy wear -regular I of Acre, 1291, 336. 103. 103*, 174C-58,

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K.

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67

Kilkenny fr P. Walsh writes convent, to duke of to Ormond restore 65*. property of, 1688, see Calais. of fr P. Walsh Kaleys, -bequest to, to Christ 1688, 79*, 79. land Kealdulek, subject to bishops and Milner -gratitude Church, Dublin, in, 309. expressed in, 1813, 128*. see Kilcooly. Kelcoull, -resolutions of bishops in, 1816, = co. Kilkenny Kell, probably Kells, 258. 256*f, and dioc 5. Ossory, to Pius VII letter -bishops' from, of Kenilworth siege 1816, 259*, (Warwickshire), 259, 261, 263. -see 333. castle also Confederation of Kil of, 1266, 367. kenny. Kerry, of distribution Kilkenny -book 364. set of books of for, Castle, of retention of Kerry and Distribution in dioc, Survey examples formerly 172*. muniments 354. by bishop ir, [1747], of, parishes see O Meara, William -Ormond archives ; of, -bishops in, 388. O Kilkenny 367. Owen; Sullivan, Sughrue, County, of distribution Charles. -book for, 364. see also Kyllj?. Kill?. Kilkenny Kil?, dioc, coadjutorship of, 35*. Kilbarron (Cillbarren, 1648, Killbarren) co. Donegal, Kilkoman 192. (Cill Comain) par., par., 1751, 190*, [possibly co. Mayo], Kilcooly cure (Ami Campo, =:Kilcummin, Kilcoull), of, use co. Tipperary, for fr Michael c. 1746, about petition Crow, 171*, 171. from abbot of mitre of. and crozier 44. Killala 6. 1647, 44*, dioc, see Brett, writ church of. -bishops Kilcullen, concerning of, John; 305. Francis ; Philips, ; Kirwan, 13'9, Philip . co. Mayo, see Kilkoman. Peter Kilcummin, Waldron, Killaloe castle Kildare (Cill Da Lua, Killaluu) (Kyldar'), of, taken, dioc, 4, 6f. 1294, 296, 337. 1503 and 387. -annats 3*. -rentals, 1518, for, edited, 367. of Limerick -administration Kildare County, dioc, to that of distribution united -book 79. for, 364. of, 1688, 79*, in T? of vacancy Kildare dioc, -filling 4, 7. 1747], 171. -annats of, 3. 171*, for appointment of bishop -letter about -brief Rev. John Lacy from priests 161*f. 183. for, 1715, of, 1750, 183*, see Creagh, for bishopric, candidates -many -bishops of, John; 165. Mac 165*, Lloyd, 1737, Sylvester; Donagh, see John, dean of Mac -dean of Kildare, Patrick; Michael; Mahon, O Mollony, Kildare. ; O Shaughnessy, John . see Bristol, de ; of, James -bishops Ralph also Lacy, Rev. Anthony Dopping, John. (Protestant) ;-see co. Sligo, see Kylloreych. ; Gallagher, ; Edgar, James James Killary, see Kilbarron Killbarren Mr. Richard; ; par., Howlot, Morgan, par., co. Louth, E. ; O Keeffe, case of John Dominic Murphy, Killencoal, de. and Elizabeth Gernon John James; Taunton, of, c. 1758, see Maurice. of Kildare, 356. -precentor co. Galway, see Kyll of bishop in Rome, -agent Killererin, [1751], see O Brien, fr. heryheran. Kildare Killinalara and Leighlin par., with par. of Bailie dioc, bishop. see Corcoran, to monastery of Cong, Michael; alia, annexed Kilfenora 167. 167*, (Cill Fionnabhrach) 1739, dioc, co. Cavan, Killinkeare with union 351. par., proposed Kilmacduagh 181. Killronave (? Kilronan) dioc, [1750], 181*, par., Ardagh see Daly, to retain parish ; -bishops of, James dioc, bishop wishes 172. Andrew. 171*, Lynch, of, 1747, see co. Clare, (Kilkennie, Killuran, Kilkenny, CillChoinnigh), Kylewarayn. co. Kerry, see Kyllury. 320, 322. Killury, 383. Kilmacduagh 6f. dioc, -books, -Liber Communitatis of Fran of union Kilfenora -proposed 321. ciscans 181. in, with, [1750], dioc, 181*, see -letter to Rinuccini 31. -bishops, Martin ; at, 1646, Burke, of letters of dean of Fermo Peter. -receipt Kilkellj, see -vicar 36*. from, 1648, general of, Killyne, "-convent (coinbhint) of, James. library co. see Kyll of fr P. Walsh and money sought by, Kilmaleery, Clare, 1688, 65*. maclyncny.

68
Kilmallock erick, 153. Kilmore Rinuccini

No.
(Kilmaloch), departs

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co. Lim from, 1645,

Leghorn (Livorno), Italy, 106*f, 107f. -news about Pretender's consul in Civitavecchia dioc, of, see Mac bishops 1755, from, 108*, br Michael; 108. Donagh, Maguire, Denis see -British ; O Reilly, vice-consul Fergal. at, Watson, of Carrow in townland Edward. Kiltolagh, keel More, co. -Leghorn Inchicronan letter from lord par., Roads, see Kyllsugallyd. I Keith H.M.S. aboard Clare, Minotaur, King's 367. 121. County, 1800, 121*, from Civil see Limerick. -boundary descriptions ILeimirick, for baronies Survey in, 350. I 366f. Leinster, -book of distribution for, 364. -annats of, 3*. 356. Kinsale, of, 201. -bishops case about -law French ship in, Leitrim 356. County, boundary descrip 1744, tions from Civil Survey for baronies co. Dublin, about litigation Kinsaly, manor 306. in, 350. I of, 1296, -book of distribution for, 364. Germany Koln, (Colon, Colonia), j Leix see Queen's co. 9*, 9, 52*, 52. County, ! Lenaenach, 161*. dioc KiUaloe of, 1710, [=Nenagh, -? -chapter co. Tipperary], of Mauritio, letters 4. baron | Lewes di Peschwitz, 14*. battle from, 1644, (Sussex), of, 1264, 332. see Lea. Ley -elector of (?), (Leye), probably elector of Maximilian Henry, English College Liege, of, see Connell, 52. Rev. Cologne, J. 1650-88, last oration of bl. Oliver about to controversy Kronenfeld, Liffey, rights Plunket for waters 305. Zacharia published 1338, of, Limerick Domenico Acsamitek 159. of, 1681, (Leimirick, Luimneach, see Kildare. of B.V.M. House and S. Kyldar', Liyerick) dioc. Edward the Martyr, 8. Kyllcomychayn, Annaghdown, 6. -Rinuccini arrives des in, and Kyllcrumcher alias 153. Brandani Sancti cribes, 1645, -brief in Kynalerhyn sent to nuncio [? ?Ballynakill, for, 1646, co. Galway], bar. Leitrim, 4. 32*. dioc. 6. -castle of earl of Thomond Kyllcumhin, Clonfert, near, Tuam dioc. [?= Kyllheryheran, 1646, 32*, 32. co. Galway], 5. -Parliamentarians take castle of Killererin, = dioc Killaloe Brinetis near, Kyllmaclyncny, 1646, [? 37*, 37. co. Clare], 6. Kilmaleery, -capitulation of, 95*, 95. Kyllmantan dioc. Dublin, -treaty [Wicklow], of, 87*. 4. of laws -passing penal 163*. Ardagh (?=; violates, Kylloreych, dioc, co. Sligo), 6. -violation 165*. Killary, of, 1732, in -dispute Orders a about among Kyllsugallyd, (?=?Kiltolagh, of townland Carrowkeel place in, 1736, 164*, 164. More, co. Clare), 6. Inchicronan and par., -parishes of, fr John Creagh dioc. Ardfert co. par. of S. Mary, Kyllury, [Killury, 1747, 172*. 5. Limerick book of distribution Kerry], County, KYLLWARAYn co. Clare], [? Killuran, for, 364. dioc Killaloe, Limerick 4. dioc, 4f, 7, 84*, 84. -annats 3*. for, being edited, united with -administration dioc, of KiUaloe, L. 1688, 79*, 79. ; -bishops of, see Brenn an, John co. Galway, see Leacach. Daniel; Robert; Lackagh, Carney, Lacy, as part La O Keeffe, of O Mollony, Cornelius; Rochelle, France, to Ireland, Chr rles. assistance ; Tuohy, Pope's John ships to be sent to, 1647, 34*. 330. Lincoln, of monasteries 219. confiscation -(?) Laxamburg, Bohemia, 218*, co. Leix, Lea of 280. (Ley, Leye), in, 1536, 280*, justiciary Ireland others and ? at, Lindsey, imprisoned Lincolnshire, =Lyndeseya, 336. 332. 1264, de Bur go imprisoned in -Richard cardinal Lione, of, see Lyons. castle 337. of Connacht letter vicars Lismore, of, 1294, 296, ? to Card. Rospigliosi dioc. [? Leacach, Annaghdown, from, 1668, 158*. co. Galway], Lismore 5. Lackagh, (and Waterford) dioc, Le Dam I lands in Flanders, fr Maurice of see Coleman, Edward ; bishops O Sullivan, Alan ; Thomas. in, 1297, 296, 298, 337.

No.
Lismore, Livorno, Liyerick, Lochrigachi Clonfert way), London see also Waterford see Leghorn. see Limerick. or (prob.= 5f. Lochrigch, Loughrea,

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dioc,

69

dioc. co. Gal

15, 14*f, 17*f, (Lundan), 57, 70*-80*f, 17, 19*, 35*, 54*-57*, 110*, 112*, 116*, 123*, 134*, 92*, 155, 160*, 134, 144*f, 155*f, 190, 210*, 274*, 274, 295, 297, 334, 337, 352. marginal 334-337. with Chronicle (1270-92) entries (1293-1317), written Survey 1675, 352. 1700, 96*. of Young of in,

-London Irish 281, -S. 1294, -Taylor and

for, 364. from Civil -boundary descriptions officers for baronies -Scottish in, Survey in, 350. success Lou vain, on -booklet arrangements concerning Pretender 100*, College of, [? cent. in, 1745, 17], 102*. reprinted 386. 100. -University of, of allegiance to -Irish on oath in, 1634-37, -opinion 16*, 19*. of England 87*. given King by Faculty 1679-1700, a gainst measures of Divinity in, 1681, 88*. -security see Scotland. Lowlands of Scotland, Irish, 1699, 94*, 94. -see in Paris], also London, Luxembourg ecclesias 153. [prob. see Lindsey, references. tical Lyndeseya, Lyons -ecclesiastical cardinal (Lione, Lughdhiin), bishop references, of, brief of, see William, for, 1645, 38*, 38. bp. of London, see -church held at, 1245, 332. council -vicars of, apostolic X Charles held ; Douglas, John. -council by Gregory Berington, at, 334. of Holy -Augustinian monastery 1274, co. Cork, 356. Trinity in, 299. Lyre, -S. Patrick's Church, monsignor for new at Te Deum Erskine present M. 120*. in, 1800, Pope 86*. -letters sent 1613-18, from, dioc. Limerick -letters of Gregorio Panzani Magio, from, [Monastera co. Limerick], 4. 16. nenagh, 1635, letter from George Conn to and of Agostino de Mayer -letters Mainz, 14*. 26*0. in, 1637-9, from, 1644, 23*f, to and Court -letters of and documents Commonwealth Mallow, Claims from d'Adda 47*-67*, sitting at, 383. in, 1686-9, 10. 71, 72*, 89*-93*. Malta, and -recent of British 1699-1700 -newsletters actions Govern from, ment 98*. in, 1815, 222*, 225. 1713, 94*ff, Erskine Isle of, privileges -letters of Man for (Manann), monsignor orders 1794 and 1801, U4*ff, 120*ff. from, in, 1625, 102*, 102. cause trouble of bishops missionaries -Irish resolutions Maynooth, at, in, 1686, 90*, 91. 1814, 210*. 57* abbot of (abb Mhuigheo), dis -Irish Mayo, religious in, 1686-89, et seq., 74*. over in his abbacy, pute parishes 168. 48*-51*. -trouble 168*, with, 1686, 1743, -see O Kelli, fr Thomas. home -those should returning not stay Patrick. in, 1686, 91*, 91. -bishop of, see O Hely, 22. Mayo book of distribution -priests County, 22*f, in, 1635-87, for, one priest there understands 364. -only -S. to be en 16. Michael's parish Irish, in, 1635, c. 1746, to abbot to their trusted of Mayo, -priests pro returning not to go through, 171. vinces 1687, 77*, 171*, 78. 333. Meath, -Primate of -Dominican of Pem of Ireland and continuator bp. on business Killaloe in history 58*. interested in, 1687, bridge of, 323. Irish of distribution for Meath book ambassadors in, aid County, Catholics 163* among, sought 1700, for, 364.

chronicle Paul's, 336. 299, 295, books takes Distribution to,

of Irish bishops friends in London, 1793, 111*, 111. of fr. Hayes from Rome -expulsion due to agents from, 274. -see also other references general for London. Londonderry 367. County, I -book of distribution for, 364. Longford 367. County, of distribution -book for, 364. from Civil -boundary descriptions for baronies in, 350. Survey earl of West Loreto, Italy, Richard, meath, at, 1635, 16*, 16. -Irish to Holy House pilgrim of, 24. 1638, 24*, see Loch co. Loughrea, Galway, rigachi. Louth 352. County, of distribution -book

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from volume for, missing Meath, o. m National collection Annesley 349. Library, co. Clare], Ocanuyllyd ?-Eastmeath [? Ogonnelloe, co., 367. 4. dioc. Killaloe, 84. Meath 79, 84*, 79*, dioc, 4-7, see King's see Offaly County. County, Cheevers, -bishops of, see Scotland. de la ; Richard ; Corner, Orkneys, Augustine 283. Book Red Deodatus; of, Ossory, Dop Cusack, James; 258. Ossory ; Egans, 4, 6, 216*, diocese, (Protestant) ping, Anthony 3*. Mac Egan, -annats ; for, edited, John; McCarroll, bishop of retention of parishes Richard ; Plun ; Nangle, -example Stephen 172*. Patrick Patrick ; Plunkett, in, 1738, by bishop kett, see Burgo, Thomas le Petit ; Rochfort, ; Ralph of, -bishops Joseph de ; Day, Denis ; Patrick. ; Dunne, Simon ; Tyrrell, James Richard -see ; ; Marum, also Macgillanancu(?)m, Kyran John. Ledred, O Phelan, ; O Shaughnessy, Mellifcnt James Abbey, 314, 318f, 328f. 356. David; Middlesex Colman; Troy, Rothe, County, 326. ! John. Milan, Conn letter of George to Card. Cibo of D'Adda -letters I Oxford, from, 70*. 1636, 20*. 1689, 68*, from, 290. letter of Hippisley of, University Minorca, bishop of, of Ormond to be new -Duke 123*. to, 1802, 356. co. Roscommon, chancellor of, 1688, 66*. Moate, abbot. envoy of, see Rizzini, Modena, dioc. Meath, [Mullingar, Molinger, P. 5. co. Westmeath], book of distri Monaghan County, Paris bution Parys), (Parais, 33*, 33, 190. for, 364. II secures release from Civil -Bastille, James ?-boundary descriptions of Count Dalbi for baronies 1686, 54*. from, in, 364. Suvery see -Irish co. Limerick, 164*. College in, 1736, Monasteranenagh, to be delivered -letter dioc. Limerick. to, Magio, 249. co. Cavan, 342. Mount Nugent, 1826, 249*, see Munster. -Lombard College in, 1737, 165*, Muenster, see Molinger, 166. dioc. Meath. Mullingar, 153. 315. -Luxembourg (?), of, Abbey Multyfarnham, -" Marie Scots -annals Seminary in," of, see Annals. 9. D'Este Munich pays money to, annually (Munchen), 106. Munster 1712, 106*, 153, 181*, (Cnige Mumhan), -S. confers D'Adda 366f. Germain, 181, ? ? II at, 1689, 69*. I with of Irish forces in, 1647, 34* defeat James see Sorbonne. 201*. I -Sorbonne, 125*, 123*, of, -bishops to and from nuncio letter from -letters Munster in, (Muenster), see Nuncio in France. baron di Peschwitz, 1646-7, 1644, Mauritio, see Lauri, -internuncio 14*. in, 1686, abbot. of, papal brief will be sent -bishop a distinguished -Wm. 161*. to fr de Burgo Hothum, for, 1710, of theology master in, c. 1282, 297: arrive embassy -English in, 1294, 289. -Rinuccini's stay in, 1645, 29*tfF, Irish land Nantes, 36*, 40*. expelled clergy -news in of Nuncio's arrival 157. 157*, in, 1655, received Ireland 9. from, 1645, 41*. Naples, -rumours about in there contribution send in, peace -bishops 37*. 160. for Irish Catholics, 1646, Ireland, 16C9, 160*, to Ireland to return -Digby of, strife with Papal from, ?-government 137*. 1646, 31*. Government, [1814], in talks documents of Irish -Scarampi -nunciature in, 1647, 34*f. of, alliance ?-talks in archives between interest in, about of, 143*. see Lenaenach, co. Tipperary, Pish and Scots, I Nenagh, 1648, 35*f. I -arrival of Carmelite with Killaloe. dioc appeal of Confederation ! Balliol in, 1648, 36*. John Newcastle-on-Tyne, of Armagh of abp. to I of -letter does Edward I homage from, 156. 336. I 1292, 1667, 156*, England, 327f. I -arrival of earl of Castlemaine Normandy, in, no univer Norway 1686, 49*, 49. (an Norbhuaidh), -Skelton to be royal 152. envoy in, 151*, in, 1312, sity ' see William of Norwich. Norwich, 1686, 53*.

N.

j

No.
Paris, to bishop Ireland

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' abbot Ratisbon, of, his death 97*, 98. to Christ land subject Recra, 309. Dublin, Rhaetia canton, Rheims, Rhezia, Rome (Rhezia), Switzerland, 327. see Rhaetia. mod. 107*.

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c. 1700, Church, Grisons

on his way back Molony 1686, 52*, 53. from, of a new teaching -danger coming from, 52*, 53. on his way -earl to of Castlemaine London from, 1687, 62*. -letters to Card. Cibo of D'Adda 68*f. 1689, from, -news II from, of James 1689, 70*, 70, 92*. at Sorbonne, -Irish student 1686, 50*, 50. Scots among -Jansenism in, 1746, 104*. from -letter Jean Murphy in, 183*. 1750, -commissioner for English pri soners at last gone 121*. to, 1801, -Pinckerton Geographic published 275. in, 1804, in talks -lord Castlereagh in, 140*f. 1814, 134. -Milner in, 1814, 134*, 141*. in, 1814, -Poynter 134*f, -fr Ferris French expelled by 145*. from, 1817, government Pathmos 325. island, abp. of, (Proirmsias, Francis, Pisa, to Pro letter Airdeasbog Phisa), lord about Montagu's paganda 107*. marriage, 1765, -letter about to vicar same of Aleppo, 107*. 1765, apostolic 9*, 9. Poland, see Frederick -kings of, Augustus I ; John V. to Christ land Portracre, subject Church, Dublin, in, 3Q9. Portugal, 9*, 9. letter Prague of br Hogan, (Praga), of Irish College in, guardian-elect 217*. n.d., see of Holland, Provinces United, United Provinces. Holland, 136*. Prussia (an Phruis), 134. of, 134*, -bishops see Frederick II. William -king of, Q. Queen's -book -boundary Survey Quir'inale, 367. County, of distribution descriptions for baronies in, see Rome. R. co. Galway, 356. 7, 148*. Peter; of, see McLaughlin, -bishops O Donnell, ; O Gallagher, Anthony O Ga liagher; O Bonaventura ; Reilly, Philip. -dean John. of, see Gallagher, 200. of, [1751], -deanship 199*, see O Gallagher, -vicar general of, I James. Rahassane, Raphoe dioc,

(an Roimh), 2, 9, 9*, 11*, 16, 18, 27, 29*, 31*, 33*f, 34, 71*f, 72, 54*, 73*f, 73, 83*, 88, 99*, 99, 100*, 103*, 110*, 118, 116*, 121*, 118*, 134*f, 146*f, 153*, 166*, 177*, 177, 183, 199*, 200, 220*, 220, 271*, 274*, 278, 297, 302, 274, 278*, 327, 330. of Cesare Latilla -bookshop 100*. 1745, for papers -English College, son to be left in, 1760, tender's -Holy

16*, 36*, 83, 114*, 134, 183*, 271, 325, in, Pre 106*.

for, 364. from Civil 350.

(Santi Apostles Apostoli), from Pretender to parish legacy of church 106. of, 106*, priest -Convent la Pace de (Coinbhint na Pace) 167. in, 1739, 167*, notes effects of about -Quirinale, deceased Bart. Irishman (prob. 215. 215*, Power), 1780, -S. Carlo a Cattinari (? rede Catinari) in, 138. e Paolo -San in Giovanni [? 116. 1794, Rome], 116*, -S. Isidore's, (Colaiste San Isid6ir), 74*, 81*, 215. -letter to Francis Friell at, 190. 1751, -see Mac fr James. Cormic, -S. Muire Mary Major (Teampall 1719, 99*, 99. Mor), of S. Matthew in Meru -Convent to Irish Augustinians, given lana, 273. 273*, [1730-401, Peter's Chair -S. in, 325. fr David to -letter Wolff in, 15^. 152*, 1576, of Gregory -letter XIII from, 279. 279*, 158(\ of Clement -letter VIII from, 280. 1600, 279*, to Rinuccini -letters from, 1645-9, 38*-47*. to abp. -letter of Armagh from, 154*. 1660, -letter of Card. Barberinus from, 156*. 1666, -notes of letters from, 1668, 157*. to from -letters and d'Adda, 90*. 47*, 72*, 74*-84*, 1685-8, -letter about aid to Irish financial Catholics 160*. 1699, from, of Francesco -letter Btanchini from, 1719, 99*. of -letters James Edgar from, about ecclesiastical appointments 165*f. in Ireland, 1737-9, to bp. of Ossory -letter from, j 1776, 211*, 211, 214.

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letter Rome, 207*. ?-letters 1793-4, -letters Erskine, -letter 122*. -letter apostolic -instruction 1814, -letter -letter ot Abbe of 114*, to J.

No.
Maury

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from, 1792, from, Russia 136*. (an Riiis), 131. -bishops of, 131*, -Catholic Church in, Catherine II, 217*. peace Ryswick, of, 1697, 160*,

C. Hippisley 117*. from

temp. 160.

and

1795-1801, from R. Fagan

Monsignor 121*. 119*, in, [1801],

S. of Quarantotti to vicar 134*. of London, 1814, for Consalvi from, co. Dublin, 351. Saggart par., 7. S. Andrew's dioc, Scotland, letter of S. Malo (San Malo), France, James FitzMaurice from, 1576, 152*, 152. of Kilfenora sends congratula -bp. tions to Pope from, 1667, 156*, 156* see Audomari. S. Omer, France, S. Patrick's Purgatory (Purgadoir 169*. Phadhraic), 1744, de narrative -Hugh Saltrey's 306. about, 288, -closing 25*, 25. of, [1638], 168*. of, 1743, -priorship S. Pol De Leon, bp. oi, see La Marche, Jean Francois. see Dublin, S. Werburgh's Church, S. Werburgh. his aid for abp. of, Saltzburg, Irish sought, persecuted 170Q, 163*. see Paris. S. Germain, 123. 123*, Sardinia, of -king (Ri Sardegna), 1802, 123. 123*, Council 257. Sardis, of, 257*, on talks Savona, Scarampi reports in Paris from, 1647, 34*. 9. Savoy, -duke his aid (Diuc of, Savoia), to be for Irish sought Catholics, 163*. 161*, [1713], of in England -envoy (Taidhleoir Savoia), journeys with d'Adda, 1689, 70*. -nunciature documents of Irish of, interest in archives of, 148*. 327. Saxony, Scotland (Alba), 7, 14, 21, 26, 54*, 54, 63, 86*, 92*, 103*, 105, 336. see Alexander III; -kings of, I ; James of ; David John Baliol, VII I. ; William -S. Andrew's 7. dioc, -islands of, the Church in, 1670 or 1680, 86*, 86. -schools neces and assistance 87*. sary in, 1670 or 1680, -Shetlands 86*. (Inse Cad), 86*. -Orkneys, na -Highlands (Gaedhealtacht no an Sliabh), hAlban 97*, 103*. -Catholic Church in, 85*f, 86, 103*, 103. to Faith -references in, 1687, 57*. -Irish priests to be sought for parishes in, [1700], 97*, 98. '' -school there for benefit of 106. mission," 1712, 106*,

138. to Poynter from, 1814, 137* of Consalvi to Milner from, 144*. [1815], -letter to Pope from representa tives of Irish bishops in, 1815, 231*, 231. VII to National -letter of Pius 231. Convention from, 1816, 231*, of Pius VII to Irish bishops, -letter et seq., 250*, 255. 1816, 232* 250, of Pius -letter XII to Thos. frcm et seq. 232* Esn-onde 1816, 249*, 249, 268*, 270. to agents of Irish bishops -letters 265. in, 1816, 248*, 248, 265*, B. -letter from N. Bellew in, 145*. 1816, to -letter Gen. from Consalvi 146*. Fitzgerald in, 1819, -Irish to, 1638, 24*, 24. pilgrim -Nuncio of France to send news 33*. of Ireland to, 1647, of Confederation -agents in, 1648, 35*, 46*. -Rinuccini may go to, 1648, 36*. of Carmelites to raise -provincial of censures 36*. question in, 1648, of Louvain of Faculty -opinion in, 1681, 88*. praised Divinity -last oration of bl. Oliver Plunket 159*. in, 1681, printed of certain Irish -envoy bishops 80*. leaving, 1688, Irish -order deceased concerning man to state official in, 1780, 215*. of supervision of corres -question of clergy pondence with, 1813-4, 140*. 125*, 136*, -committee for this proposed 125*. purpose, [1813], for Pope's return -Poynter hopes 134*. to, 1814, from English Irish and -envoys sent to, [1814], 141*. about Milner -complaints in, 144. [1814], 1815, 142*, about fr of conduct -complaint while 266*. Hayes in, 1816, -Irish at expulsion enraged people of delegate from, 1817, 274*, [1815], 274, 276*. castle built at, 1268, 333. Roscommon, book of distribution -County, for, 364. Ross annats diocese, for, being edited, 3*.

No.
Scotland, finding 105. -Lowlands Highlands, coadjutor for,

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difficulty 1750, of 104*,

73

recommendation of Hugh Scotland, as Vicar Magdonald Apostolic of, 103*, 104. 1746, Catholic Church of, about in, -letter in High coadjutor 103. 103*, 104. lands, 1750, to be found -Jansenism in, to be taken oath -proposed by 104*. 1746, 109. Catholics of, 109*, -no 152. university in, 1312, 151*, in Rome -?? -Catholic to crown agents succession from, of, c. 1290, 185. 301. 185*, 1753, 297f, on repeal ?-tithes of churches of penal of, 1291, -memorandum 114*. 336. laws in, 1793, of Edward into custody -given I, -resentment in in, if conditions are 1291, 336. Relief not [Catholic Bill] of Edward .-activities I in, 1296, 137*. accepted, 298. attacks crowd Settimborn, England, .-subdued Edward 1296, by I, d'Adda 70*. in, 1689, 337. 296, Shannon 153. (Sienen), river, for members of certain -privileges Islands Shetland 86*. (Inse Cad), Orders in, 1625 and 1658, 101*f, lOlf. 335. Shrewsbury, -Covenanters to toleration offer see Shannon. Sienen Catholics river, in, 1638, 25*. ?? earl of Antrim's to bring offer Sligo of distribution book County, men to aid Charles I in, 10,000 for, 364. 1638, 24*, 24. \ from Civil -boundary descriptions the re of utterances for baronies -suppression Survey in, 350. of England, 14. ! king against 1641, a student Irish priest Sorbonne, at, for Charles -Irish soldiers I ready | 1686, 71*, 81*, 81. to embark for, 1644,I 15. of dissertation of of the Church -state -printing in, 1670 or | Irish priest at, 1686, 74*, 74. 1680, 86*, 86. Spain or -Catholic seminaries (an Spainn), 9*f, 9, 25, 30*. in, 1670 ?? 86*. Catholic Church 1680, in, temp. Charles of James II favourable -intentions III, 217*. to Faith in, 1686, 74*, 74. I fears to aid Ireland -James -affairs of, 1686-89, 66*, 66, 81*, 85*. from, 1613, 81, 92*. of Irish -ordination students in, on England of affairs -influence 153*. [1626], of, 1686, 49*, 49. -to combat Mahometans, I Charles II hopes for improvement -James allows to serve many in, 1639, 26. in aflairs of, 1686, 55*, 55. -ambassador na (ambasad6ir II supports of large work -James in England Spainne) of, protects number of missionaries in, 1687, Irish in England, 24*. 1638, 63*, 63. about Conte -speaks Dalbi, of Orange's -Prince declaration 54*. 1686, about restoration of laws and liberties see in or of, -colleges College, of, 1688, 67*, 67. in Spain. ; College Spanish II may derive benefit from -James III ; Philip of, see Charles kings strife in, 1689, 70*. II ; Philip IV ; Philip V. moved from Ireland -troops to, -nuncio of Spain. of, see Nuncio 1700, 96*, 96. see Maria Louisa of -queen of, -persecution in, 97*. Orleans. -state of Catholic Church in, Stanley, monastery of, 319. .[? 1700], 97*, 97. see O Donnell, co. Derry, for mission Strabane, -priests required in, Nathaniel. 97*, 98. [1700], -miserable state of Catholics Strange 355. in, Barony, 100. 1927, 100*, Stranorlar an Sraith (Stranorlar, to about -report Propaganda co. Donegal, about Urlair), dispute 103*. missionary priests, [1735], ecclesiastical administration of, 1751, -certain relaxations permitted in, 188-201. 164*. 1736, -names of parishioners signing -events there cause postponement 194ff. document, 1751, 188f, of plans for Catholic in schools 108. c. 1745, Sturgard, Wittemberg, 177. Ireland, 177*, Switzerland -affairs 103*. (an Eilbheis), 9*, 9. of, 1746, -Catholic Church Swords 351. in, 1746, 103*f, (co. Dublin), 104. -list of feoffees of, cent. 13, 305.

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and Turin, abp. of (Airdeasbog Tuirin), of introduction for fr Mlaghin letter to duke of Savoy, 161*. [17091, duke grand of, Tuscany, (gran duce br Don na Toscaine) recommends to Nuncio, nellan 44*. 1647, -see Cosmo III ; Ferdinand II. -minister of, 1709, see Giraldi, signor. of documents -nunciature of, Irish interest in archives of, 148*. Tyne 336. (Tine) river, Tyrone of book (Tirone) County, distribution for, 364. U. Ulster

T.
manor of, death (Tarlaght), Tregury at, 1471, 303, 311. co. Donegal, see Termon. Tarmon, co. Somerset, see Fannton. Taunton, dioc. Clogher Techdampnada, [Tedav co. Monaghan], 6. net, co. Termon (Tarmon, Tearmann), 196. Donegal, -letter to bishop from parish 190. of, 1751, 190*, priest -rector of, 190. Thames 328. river, 333. Thomond, Thurles (Thorlis), massacre at, 1208, 330. co. Carlow, Tinnahinch (Tinnehinch), 356. Tipperary 367, 386. County, -Civil Survey of, 350. Tallaght of Michael

31*> (Ciiige Uladh, Ulaidh), 366f. 159*, of, 201. -bishops -taken by John de Courcey, 1177, 329. Scots 30*. in, 1645, -barony boundary descriptions of Irish forces -victory in, 1646, for, 350. 33*. of distribution -book for, 364. war of 37*. -progress in, 1646, see Tyrone County. Tirone, United Catholics Provinces, of, 109*, Tonkin (Tunkino, regular Tuincin), 109. clergy wear lay clothes in, 1740-58, -see also Holland. 103. 103*, 10. Urbino, Italy, of Toulon, France, proclamation sent to liberate -envoy from, III at, 1793, 110*. George Princess 99. 99*, Sobieski, 1719, Trent Council (Trionta), of, documents in Archivio concerning, Segreto, 2*, 2. V. -bishop of, his aid for persecuted see Waterford. Irish Vaterfordia, sought, 1700, 163*. co. Meath, Venice continu Dominican Trim, 9, 107*. (Venezia, Veniss), ator of Pembridge resident -republic of, brief on aid to Irish probably Catholics sent to, 1700, 163*. at, 322. extract of -attack letter on castle from Card. 1224, of, Antonelli 331. 143*. in, 1799, see Dublin, to Monsignor -letters Trinity Consalvi College, Dublin, in, 120*. 1800, Trinity College. see Tarasso, co. -nuncio F. A. de. Tristledermot, of, [Castledermot, earl of Carlingford of Ireland and and his Vienna, Kildare], Justiciary sons two others taken 156. at, 1264, 332. in, 1667, 156*, of Tuam to offer (Tuaim, Tuain) Carlingford 4f, 7, -earl diocese, new to of 148, congratulations 154*, 154, 181*, 181, 209*, king at court of, 1688, 64*f, 64. 328. Hungary 209, -annats for province of Consalvi sent -correspondence (Cuige Thu 3*. 138*. ama) being 1814, from, edited, -no not -talks even between Consalvi and bishop in, abroad, 155. 138*f. 155*, Castlereagh 1668, in, 1814, see Burgo, -nunciature documents of Irish -archbishops of, John of, de ; Kelly, Oliver interest in archives ; Lynch, ; James of, 148*. O Gara, Bernard O Gara, Michael; -nuncio ; in, 166*. O Queely, about -letter Irish affairs Malachv to ; Skerrett, Mark; be sent to, 1724, Ua 163*. Theobald; Taaffe, Ruadhan, Felix. -seeks aid from Emperor lor ? ? Irish Catholics, archdeacons 153*. of, see Kirwan, n.d., John; co. Kerry, Thomas. Ventry 186, Kirwan, (Vintry), -see see Windsor. also Dalij, John; Vindsor, Fallon, Gregory. Tullabeg 386. W. College, dioc. Limerick 328. [Tulla Tullaghbryk, Wales, co. Limerick], I in, 1277, 335. -Edward 5. bracky, see Tonkin. of churches -tithes 336 Tunkino, of, 1291, fr Mlaghin Turin ordered poem (Tuirin), Waltham, composed by John to go to, [1709], 161*, 161. of Arundel 294. (? Roau) at,

No.
Wassy France, Waterford 5, 356. -sack -burned -memorandum church (Vassaeum), 102. Haute

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Marne,

75

Wicklow 364. County, from Civil -boundary descriptions for baronies Survey in, 350. (Port Lairge, Yaterfordia), see Edelwald. Winchester, bp. of, con Gloucestershire, Winchcombe, 314, 316. of, 1087, with nection temp. Patrick, Dublin, men, by Dublin 1087, 328. of Dublin, 313. from Jesuits about abp. of S. Peter -monastery of, 327. 45*. in, 1647, Windsor letters of D'Adda (Vindsor), to crews of ships -interrogations 356. 1686-7, seized from, 52*ff, 61*ff, 66*, 72*, in, 1740-60, to bishops 89*, 91*. and Milner -gratitude letter from Consalvi Wolverhampton, 128*. in, 1813, expressed ! to Milner in, [1815], 144*. 367. Waterford County, Worcester, 313, 324. of distribution -book for, 364. of Dublin, sends -Patrick, bp. Waterford annats diocese, for, edited, Latin poems to, 314. 3*. Saint. of, see Wulfstan, see -bishop and -bishops clergy of, fr Brennan, John; Coleman, Y. O Maurice; Peter; Creagh, Malchus ; Power, co. Ainmire, John. Ynystomayn (? Inchicronan, -see also Lismore (and Waterford). 6. KiUaloe Clare), dioc, Westmeath 367. York 327. County, (Ewirwyke), ?i? -book of distribution of monasteries confiscation in, for, 364. 280. from Civil 280*, -boundary 1536, descriptions see Wickwane, for baronies Survey of, in, 350. -archbishop 346. William. Westminster, 279, Wexford 367. County, of distribution -book Z. for, 364. fr Magauran Whitehall, [London], to be made wishes Zanthe in, chaplain (Zante), Ionian Islands, Greece, letter about of lord 1686, 54*. marriage see Kyllmantan. 107*. Montagu Wicklow, 1765, from,

III.?INDEX
A

of
Annals -of

subjects

319. of Dunstable, (Hen. VIII?Mary), England, Abbots by F. Godwin, 280*, 280. many (na hAbadha), deposed -of Ireland in Ireland, (Clyn and Dowling), 1229, 319. 329?333. 321f Dublin -in 1339, 312. province, 320 of Irish -of in England 315-318, Multyfarnham, -imprudence 329?333 1638, 24. abbot, with 290, 304, 321ff. Pembridge, -dispute abp. of Tuam, 1751, -of -of S. Mary's, 183*. 304, 281, Dublin, see Tanari, 329-334. ?-abbot of Santa Maria, 314-323, -of 334. S.A. Tigernach, see 317. -of -abbot of Ulster, Cong, Kenny, -of 319. Marcus. Waverly, see O Kelli, 313. fr -of of Mayo, -abbot Winchcombe, to Dublin in Thomas. brought -possibly see Ratisbon, 316. -abbot of Ratisbon, 314, 1085, of. abbot Annats, 3*f, 4-7. Absolution certain 3. -De Annatis (Absoloid), priv Hiberniaef to vicars and -Annats and Kildare, 3. ileges given apostolic of Dublin Irish 102*. -see n.c, Fruits. also First missionaries, -see also Confession ; Penance. Annesley 339-373. MSS. Collection, Accounts of sir H. Sidney and sir W. Lib by National -photographed c. 1560-62, 368. Fitzwilliams, 341. rary, -of of quit 1660 collectors rents, of Deputy on, Keeper -report 61, 365. 370. 1901, -of of quit sub-collectors rents, -miscellaneous books in, 346-349, 365. 1660-67, 364-370. -see Estates. Forfeited 243. see Statutes. Apologists, 205f, Acts, see Courts. seek Court Catholics annul Apprentices, of, Admiralty, ment of number 383. of restriction of, in Adventurers, 378f, -see 204. act of 1653. Catholic houses, 203*, [1791], Statutes, see also Athens, articles Canter Agent of about Archbishops, Ireland, Tuam. Catholic Ireland, bury, Cashel, Dublin, religion temp. by, proposed Charles subscribe Protestant, Archbishops, I, 13. to Protestant schools of clergy Ire in Ireland, in England, -agents c. 1735, 173*. land and Scotland, 1794, see Bodkin, Rev. of Ireland Rev. Luke Val. ; Concanen, ; Archbishops (Airdeasbuig Rev. P. ; Smelt, Rev. 137*. na hliireann), Macpherson, of Gregory XIII -letter R. to, 1580, -see also 279* 279 Confederation of of Pius VI, -letters Kilkenny: to, 124*. ? of Pius VII letters Agriculture (an to, 1815, 219*, talmhaidheacht), a subject 220. in Protestant schools in c. 1735, 255, 250*, 250, 255*, -1816, 173*, 174. Ireland, 327. 266. Almanni, 259*, 261, 266*, on penal in London, aid -report their [c. 1700], laws, Ambassadors, for persecuted Irish 160*. sought, 1700, educa for Catholic 163*. fund -propose -see also Consuls 179*. ; ; [1745], Envoys tion, sir -other about ; Lidcott, France; same, Jackson proposals 180*. Roger; [1745], 178*, 179f, John; Spain; Palmer, fr Mocerphey to Rome, -send Ignatius. White, et la Religion da de 177. Ami (sic) 177*, [1745], concern Protestant -their 146. about Roi, V, 1817, 177. 327. schools, 177*, Angles, of Cath in -brief education Annals against (Annala), Anglo-Irish, to be in Protestant schools olics Laud MS. 526, 329-333. sent to, 1750, 182*, -of 183. Christ Church, 281-333 passim. -see from letter of Propaganda also Chronicles, ;-extract Anglo-Irish 143*. Francis. to, 1791, Godwin,

76

No.
Archbishops resentative -letter

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77

IArmy, lord Tyrconnell effects Irish, changes in, 1688, 66*. in of soldiers -enlistment 67*, 67. 1688, -Irish in Eng arrived troops land, 1688, 67*, 67. to command -lack of officers 68f. in, 1689, 68*, royal troops -earl of Tyrconnell purchases in Ireland horses for, 1689, 92*, 92. Primacy. to of Orange 2*f. -Prince offers Archives, Avignon, of Tyrconnell, of earl the Apostolic -of army pay 2*??, Camera, if disbanded, 4-7. 1689, 92*, 92. also previous Sant 8*. -see -of Castel ; Artillery; entry 2*, Angelo, Garrisons 2*. Carbines ; ; Military -Consistorial, 8*f. Affairs the Dataria, -of ; Talbot, signor. 2*, 2*. due to King, the Holy .-of 1659, 1667 and Office, Arrears, 1660 388. (sic), 365. -Ormond, into Pipe Office, 1659,365. 2*. -certified -of Fide, Propaganda ?? an -see Forfeited Estates. secret (Archivio Segreto, I rolls of, 383. Chartlann 2*, 2. Association, Phnomhaideach), see Domville, sir State of Secretariat the -of Attorney-General, na Runaidheachta William; Tisdall, Philip. Stait), (Cartlann 365. Artillery, 2*, 9*, 11*. see Court of Claims, Auditor 1-280. the Vatican, -of | Auditor, du aux Archives of. -Guide 378. Auditor-General, 2, 11, 84. Vatican, 383. -see Carl Russell ; Auditor-General's Office, Fish, and Distribution de. of Survey Dominicus -books Petrus Pretis, 12*. Archivium 2f, formerly in, 349. Hibernicum, see Canons of cent. Archpriest Regular Augustinians, 17, [in England], S. Augustine. 17. to carry, Catholics prohibited Arms, B. 95. 1700. 95*, or British, 52, 361. English Army, to appointment Baculum (Bachall Iosa), Jesu, -opposition over Giraldus account of Catholic of, by English copy general of Christ 53*f. Book in Black in Holland, Cambrensis, 1686, serving send 292. of Orange -Prince may Church, to from Marshal -transferred to under Ireland Armagh army 292. 92*, 92. Dublin, 1689, Schomberg, sends -note of on history -Prince Orange of, 304. to Ireland, of, 1461, 1689, 68*, -miraculous preservation 16,000 men 312f. 68. officers 301. in London, -Scottish Baptism, 3*. of Latin MSS., collection 96. Barberini 96*, 1700, to be 9*. Barberini -confiscated Library, property cent. of England, Barons used to pay debts of, [1700], 96*, 96. 13, 320, officers from English -letter 332, 335. Benedictines pri inigh), audience, (Benedict [1800-08], desiring papal 123*. (save Ireland) for, in territory vileges of England, -see to king also next 1644, entry. subject 102*. Irish or in Ireland, 63*, 63, 70, Army, and -in England Ireland, 92*, 365, 368f. 101. of lieutenant, -entertainment 1658, Scotland, cent. of England, inWest -houses 369. 1560-64, 369. -victualling of, 1564-5, 11, 313. 314. to Dublin, -for Flanders, 1074-95, 1639, 27*, 27. -brought -Irish of, to discuss England, troops ready to embark -of president c. 1639, 14. in Ireland, for Scotland, Catholic religion 1644, 13. -Catholic 35*, army, 1646-8, for recruits in Germany, 41*. -Scottish, -Catholic Faith mission in Scotland among, sought practised 62. 97*, 98. 62*, [1700], in, 1687, openly in -see be fr. should -command Corker, 62. of. see Genesis, book Catholic 62*, 1687, hands, Bible, 278. from sent to be -soldiers BlBLIOTHECA 278*, ANGELICA, 155*. in Ireland, to Ireland 66*, 1668, 1688, II, James ' Bishoprics, 44. -sees 66. 44*, 1647, vacant, their of rep Ireland, 118. in Rome, 1794, oath to be taken about to, 118. 117*, 1794, by bishops, -thank 1800, 210*. J. C. Hippisley, Rev. F. -agents of, see Concanen, in Eng of clergy and agents Luke and Scotland. Ireland land, -see of also Ireland; Clergy

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Bishops tion of

No.

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Bishops

of Ireland, council national of, 1642, 14*, 14. of appointment -question of, 1646, 139*. 37*. 31*ff, difficulties -and peace, -emigre, Glamorgan 1645, 36*. over, [1801], 122*. of and Ferns) (prob. -bishop in Rome, -? to discuss and aid Plunket for Irish peace, 1648, 35*. of absenteeism, -ill-effects 160. Catholics, 160*, 1660, 1699, -see 154*. ; Breslau ; Calabria ; Apulia in Minorca Church Munster ; ; ; -and government Naples Prussia 156*. ; Russia. Ireland, 1668, lack of, 1668, 369. -great Bishops, 158*, 158. Protestant, -extreme -subscribe to Protestant poverty of, 1679, 87*, 87. in Ireland, c. 1735, schools consulted 173*. -bishop d'Adda by of Great Britain in Bishops two and Ireland, about fathers Capuchin 112*, 112, 237*, 244. London, 1686, 50*. of Cardinal-protectors, from II -assistance -question James to, 63. [1679], 88*, 88. 1687, 63*, of Killaloe assist at -envov to Rome of certain bishops, may -bp. consecration of new bishops, 1688, 1688, 80*, 80. 65. to be consecrated in 64*, -bishop of letter from Propaganda -extract 67. by d'Adda, 1688, 67*, private 143. to learn intentions -d'Adda to, 1795, urged -letter of Pope II certain of regarding to, [1794], James 115*, 116. vacant 80. sees, 79*, 1688, of to British -reward of ^50 for discovery of -question loyalty certain 93. Government, 1816, 132*, 1699, bishops, 93*, 232, 231*, on penal 266*. -memorandum 233*, 247*, 247, laws, 160*. or regal influence -veto of nomination in selection -Pretender's power of 1813-20, 129, 172*, 172. 125, 129*ff, of, 109*, 109, 162*f, 125*, with of S. -and Canons 131, 133*, 136*, 139*, dispute 145*, 233*, 167*. 235*f, 239, 242, 277. 1739, Augustine, new rule of Irish College on -committee nomination -against 126*f. in Paris, 164*. of, 1813, 1736, of correspondence -absentees from -inspection dioceses, 1744, with 168. 136*. Rome, 125, 130*, 125*, 168*, at rejection of Bill, Protestant -and -delighted schools, 1813, 1735-50, 126*. 183. 174, 180*, 182*, 174*, in G. Britain, -and -succession of Catholic almost provision schools, 243. broken, 1816*, 236*, 1743-50, 167*, 178*, 179, 183. of exposing to 37 of them to -visitor consult -danger them, of exile, 133*. 174f. peril 1743, 174*f, as episcopal c. 1747, of nomination, excluded -method -foreigners 130*. 172. candidates, 171*, name in oath -letter -and about their Protestant stating at limitation 131*. of ordinations, Church, surprise of two pre 166. panegyrist 166*, -Hippisley, 1748, 128. 182*. -and lates, 1813, 128*, regular clergy, 1750, -see also -to of England; reside in dioceses, 182*. Bishops 1750, of Scotland; to receive First Fruits, of -not Bishops 1750, Bishops 182*. ; Vicars Ireland; Clergy Apostolic. of Bishops of -to receive for relaxation England, question nothing 16. 182*. appointments 16*, of, 1635, concerning 1750, banns, of Mgr. -and -to in catechetical authority Erskine, supervise 182*. 112. [1793], 112*f, 1750, structions, -note about letter 114*. -and filling of vacant to, 1793, canonicates, -their in Rome 182*. representative 1750, to Hippisley, to oath in act of 13 and 118. -attitude signs address 1794, -see also Bishops of Great 14 G. Ill, Britain 214. 211*, 212, 213*, and Ireland to Govern ; vicars signs address -bishop apostolic. op Bishops Ireland na 203. ment, (Easbuig [1791], 20?*, of letter of Pius VI 16, h?ireann), 103*, 103, 153*, -extract to, 143. 155*, 167*, 201, 208*, 208, 1793, 211*, 143*, at doubt about 232*-238*, 238-246,257*, 257f, 266*, -Pope surprised 334. instructions 113*. to, [1793], -letter of Gregory XIII -and of seduction lower classes to, 1580, 279. from their 279*, proper duties, [1793], to death, 112. put -bishop 112*, 1612, 85*, 85. I -certain circular sent to, [1793], 112*. of selec question (Easbuig), as, 131*-134*. foreigners -what Pope agrees to, [1814],

No.
Bishops attacks -their 1793, -Pope's leaders, -their

16?INDEX OF SUBJECTS
Bishops against 255f. of Veto, -take government, given 235, 262, Ireland, 1815, oaths 1815, resolutions 222*, of 227*, 1815, 225, loyalty 229. of

79
of, 255*, to

of lord Hood Ireland, 113*. them, [1793], with Mgr. Erskine, relations 11 Iff. 111*-114*, letter [1794], to, about 116. 115*, Catholic

in Rome representative to Hippisley, signs address 1794, 118. with -and agreement English Government two about seminaries in Ireland, 115. 1794, 115*, to be -oath taken by, [1794], 118. 117*, of loyalty -and to George III duty 143*. 1795, 1799, -resolutions against Veto, 1799, 217. 128*, 135*, 207*, 217*, -rules in proposed 1799, 131*, 134. 134*, and Catholic -Veto controversy Relief 124*, 132*f, 137*, Bill, 1813, 142*. -refuse government salary, 135*. 1805, -their resolution of, 1808, 128*, 135*. 5th of -against proposal in 1810, 135*. government conditions will -Vetothey 129*. 1808, accept, 129*. -resolutions of, 1810, resolutions of, 1808, ?-uphold 128*. 1809, 1810, of Catholics -resolution sup 128*. pastoral of, 1813, porting to full emancipa -obstacles tion of Catholics, 129. 129*, 1812, in nomina influence -regal tion of bishops, 131. 131*, in Irish cities -gratitude to, 128*. 1813, their representa -and Milner, 127. tive, 1813, 127*f, 127. --?1813, 125*, 127*i, -in of Veto in 1799, favour now 136*. against it, 133*, -rules of 1799 suitable, 1813, 134. 131*, 134*, of English Catholics -praise for, 128*. conditions against -pastoral in Bill, 128*. with vicars -differences apos tolic of England, 1814-15, 132*f, 142. 136*f, 142*, 210*. -1814, 135*f, memoran delivers -Milner dum on behalf in Rome of, [1814], 135*. at Maynooth -resolutions of, 1814, 210*. their D. -Mgr. Murray, to Pope, 136*. emissary [1814], 220, 231. 219*, -1815, 142*, 142, 220*?f, 223-5, 227*, 227, 231*, 223*, -letters 220, to 259*, Pius 261, VII, 270*. 1815,

-interpretation to Mgr. Troy,

powers 142*, 142. 235*, 260*,

204*, 204, -1816, 248*, 248, 250*fT, 265*tf.

206*, 254,

-letters of Pius VII to, 1816, 232*, 238, 250*, 253, 266*, 255*, 271. 266, 271*, -letters of, to Pius VII, 1816, 261n\ 259*ff, of Card. Litta, -letter 1816, 271. 270*, -re. olutions in Kilkenny of, 1816, 256*. 232. -loyalty of, 1816, 231*, -fr Fontana on their address to Pope, 272. 1816, 272*, on -statements oppression of Catholics, 265. [1816], 264*, -emissaries with of, disgusted to Veto, attitude Pope's 1816, 246*. -and salary from government, 262. 1816, 260*, 271. -nomination of, 1816, 271*, -faults in pronouncement of, 1826, 147*. -see of Great and Britain Bishops of Ireland. Ireland ; Clergy -see also Connaught, Leinster, Munster and Ulster. of -,see Bodkin, Rev. Val.; -agents Daniel. Murphy, John; Murray, of Bishops letter to, Scotland, 97*. [1700], -their in Rome representative to Hippisley, signs address 1794, 118. on behalf efforts of, -Hippisley's 1801, 210*. -see of Great and Britain Bishops of G. Britain and Ireland ; Clergy in Vicars Ireland; Apostolic Scotland. see Benedictines. Black Monks, about printing decree Books, of, 1750, 182*. of Discrimina -Black (or books 383. tion), see of Christ Church, Book -Black Dublin, Holy Trinity. -Red Book of Ossory, 283. of Christ -White Book Church, see Dublin, Holy Trinity. 9*. Borghese Library, of Ireland, of the Catholics Board see Catholic of Ireland. Board 278*. Bodleian Library, Boundary for baronies, Descriptions, in Annesley set of books of Survey 350. and Distribution, see Franciscans. San Isidoir, Braithre the of S. Brethern outside John, 286. New Gate, Dublin, Briefs of the Dataria, 8*.

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1 S. Patrick Regular of Padh Naomh Riaghalta (Canonaigh in and of parishes division raic), c. of Tuam, 1746, archbishopric 171. 171*, 335. I Canons Secular, Canons

about letter Secretariat of, Briefs, of of Elphin, bp. appointment 162*. 1718, na Brea Empire British (Impireacht 134. taine), 134*, as a part of, 1792, 209*, -Ireland, 209. British Museum, Additional. see Manuscripts,

Captives, of, see Thomp Redemption N. son, Rev. 36* Capuchins 1648, (Capuisinigh), in these for those isles* of -privileges in Students British College 101. 118. 101*, 1658, 1794, Fide, Propaganda from le Ri -in Ireland, privileges British (urraidh Subjects, 102*. Clement XII na to address to, 1732, J. C. Breataine), 167*. 118. 118*, -1743, from, 1794, Hippisley -Irish do not recognise differences -commissioner of, general of behaviour about 275. complaints 275*, in, [1815], in English 1687, mission, Capuchins 61. 61*, 50. -general of, 1686, Irish of C. mission, -provincial in two difficulties with fathers 50. London, 49*, 1686, temp. Gregory XIII, 17*, Calendar, -missionaries 19. in England, 1686-7, 17, 19*, 81*. Calvinists 61*, 203*, 204, (Cailbhineachai), -in difficulties 207*. 1686, with, London, 104. 50, 91*, 91. 49*, Camerons, 1746, 104*, -see on fr ; Laurent, br ; candles dutv Cassiano, imposed Candles, fr ; O Sheridan, Ireland 96. from Luca, [1700], 96*, Christopher. 365. -Paschal 326. candle, Carabines, also Army, Canonicates (Canonachtaf), Pope -see on 141*. to Cardinal them those confer (Cairdional), urged of Armagh from abp. 182*. -letter to, by bishops, 1750, approved 156*. of S. Canons regular Augustine 1667, of Carlingford from earl -letter Na (Augustinians, hAibhistinigh, 156*. San Aibhistin, to, 1667, Canonaigh Canonaigh from bp. of Ferns Naomh 295f. -letters to, 1668, Riaghalta Aibhistin), 157*. in London -their monasteries and 299. -letter from bp. of Meath, 1669, Bristol, 159*. of -memorandum about meeting -letter from Monsignor Battelli 304. Dublin Chapters, 1345, 162*. about their monasteries, to, 1717, -petitions -letter from C. Erskine 41*. to, 1793, 1645, 110. convent of S. 110*, granted -Irish, -letter in Merulana, from C. Hippisley Matthew J. to, [1730-40], 273. 1801-2, 123*, 210*. 273*, -in -letter from R. Fagan 164*. Limerick, to, 1801, 153*, about 122*. -letter between dispute to introduce Mr. Broderick -letter and Augustinians 1739, bishops, 167*. 144. to, 1815, of R. Mazio with to, on Veto, -dispute 1739, 167*. -letter bishops, 264*. of with [1816], -dispute abp. Tuam, letter to Irish Catholics 1743-51, 168*, 181*, 183*, 187*, 187. -copy 154*. -in to rector sent to, 1662, Rome, signs address to hear of D'Albi's 118. -glad J. C. Hippisley, replace 1794, -as 71*. of the Lateran, Canons Regular ment, 1687, -will 335. be informed about seminaries 296, -settlement with of and England, in Ireland 1794, 117*, abp. 117. 187. Tuam, 1755, 187*, -see fr J. Taaffe Richard -in Fitzadam; Burgo, Brussels, visits, P. ; Donelan, 155. Nicholas ; Crean, Rev. 1667, 155*, de. Mor ins, Richard 114*. -Pro-Datarius, 1793, see -memorandum from J. C. -proctor-general, O'Malley, 111. John. to, Hippisley [1793], 111*, of Armagh Canons from Poynter to a, 181.5, Ard -letter (Canonaigh of their 142*. rank in Church Macha), -of 169. S. Agnes, letter about memor Armagh, 1745, 169*, -as on religious andum in candidates for persecution bishoprics, I Ireland, 1724, 163*, 163. 172*. 1745, 170*,

No.
Cardinals -think too far

16?INDEX OF SUBJECTS

81

(Cairdionail), 88*, 88, 335. and Scarampi Nuncio went in Quoniam omnis deliberatio, 37*. 1646, of these kingdoms, -and protection 109. cent. 18, 109*, letter from in name -extract of, 143*. 1799, worries about -Castlereagh 134*. Milner's influence on, 1814, to Veto directed -attention pro 136*. 1814, visions, to have claims -Milner of, support 144. 1815, 144*, them about Veto consults -Pope 244. 1816, 236*, proposition, in favour of appoint -pro-memoria ment of an English cardinal, 1829, 147*. 9*. Cardinals-Nephews, see Protection Cardinal-Protectors, of Ireland. see of Secretary Cardinal State, of State. Secretary Calced (Cairmeiliotaigb Carmelites, 167*. Brogaighthe), Discalced (Cairmeiliotaigh Carmelites, 167*. Cosnochtuighthe), attacked -their monasteries 27. [1639], about -Nuncio consulted 1648, 46*. from, petition -[-] arrived 36*. 1649, those probably=John in Paris with -audience 46*. not appeal, yet Rowe, 1648, to,

1 Catholics, of Orange Prince against divisions of, in English appointment in Holland, 62*. 1687, laws oppress of penal -revocation 241. under George III, 234*, ing, oath of allegiance, -and cent. 18, 109. 108*f, after bills -their of 1778, apathy 1791 and 136*. 1793, to be established -universities for, 204. [1791], 203*, them and Priestly ally -Payne 203. selves 202*, [1791], to, -some classes of lower seduced from proper duties, [1793], 112*, 112. for favours to gratitude -Pope's 113. [1793], 113*, to -their loyalty government, 118*. [1794], -ext. letter 1795, 143*. to, of, 1806-16, -emancipation 125*, 138, 145*, 204, 127*, 138*, 236*f, 268f. 268*, 256, 243f, 246*, at new -Pope surprised raised difficulties by, 1816, 231*, 232. for removal of hope -Pope's 256. 255*, difficulties, 1816, a supporter -Fitzgerald of, 146*. 1819, to transactions relat -index 1829, 147*, 147. ing to emancipation, them to peril of exposing -danger 133*. of exile, 133*. -and 1813 Bill, -would welcome co-operation 127. of Irish, 127*, on new bill, direction -papal 138. 1814, 138*, 126*f. of, 1813, -loyalty to remove difficulties -Pope hopes 139. about Veto [1814], of, brief 139*. for, papal -proposed for See anxious good -Holy between relations and, government 134*. 1814, intentions -government's towards, 136*. [1814], on reconciliation between -Poynter 142*. 1815, and, government laws against, [1816], -penal 205*, 268. 206, 268*, in Great -few Britain, 1815-16, 243. 224, 236*, 222*, to of crown, loyalty -question 243. 236*, 1816, for end of 300 years of -hopes of, 1816, 244. persecution -treatment government by of, 261. 1816, 259*, of England, Catholics 16*, 33*, 135*, 135, 243. -see of Great Britain also Catholics Ireland. and 85*. of, 1612, -persecution recommended for, 1635, -bishops 16*. at mixed scandalised -in London, 1637, 22*, 22. marriage,

given

about of, complaints -general 156. 156*, to, 1668, subject of, (Cuigidheach) -provincial Flemish about priests' complains activities in Ireland, [1639], 27*, 27. to Rome about -goes 36*. censures, 1649, 329. Carthusian Order, in Dublin Cases heard and England, law reports of, 354. in Catechism (Teagasc Criostaidhe), be given by regular should struction 180*. 175, 174*, in, 1743-5, clergy to Catholic -taught girls by nuns, 179. [1745], 178*, -Catholic boys taught, [1745], 179. 178*, instruct to priests -bishops parish to teach, 182. 1750, 182*, Britain and of Great Catholics Ireland, 238, 24, 112*, 173*, 234*fl, 268. 241ff, 244,. 246, 266*, of England, also Catholics and Ireland Scotland; Papists. -rumour will that convene king 1639, 26. Papist parliament, -fr new faction Peter Walsh heads 89. of, 1680, to of Catholics appointment 53*. important 1686, posts, II to relieve -James poverty of, i 1687, 63*. -see

82
Catholics haviour of of

No.
England Irish priests,

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lament be

OF

SUBJECTS

-oppose appointment as ambassador to Pope, 1686, 55*, 55. -. in Holland from England refugees merit and effective pro Ireland^ tection, 1699, 97*, 97. -miserable 100. state of, 1727, 100*,

1637, 22. of Irishman

-treatment by government of, 109. cent. 18, 109*, for in schools -alms Ireland, c. 1745, 179. 178*, -seek with others, equality 1794, 115*. -bill in favour of, rejected, 1813, 125. 125*, -and Irish Catholics, 1813, 127, 133*. 126*f, about -address of, [1813], Veto, 133*. 127*, Irish bishops and Milner, -praise 128*. 1813, with Quarantotti's -pleased letter, 141*. [1814], Irish and differences -Milner with 144. 1815, 144*, Catholics, -think be should Quarantotti made 145*. cardinal, 1816, for repeal of laws oppressing -hope 1816, 243. them, of Ireland, Catholics 16fE, 159*, 168*, 211*, 213*, 221*f, 183*, 212, 214, 238-249 233*, 235*-238*, 224, passim, 268*, 271*, 275, 275*, 349, 366, 382. -see also Catholics of G. Britain and Ireland; Irish; Papists. to James I from, 1612, -messengers 85*. -in to laws parliament, opposed their Faith, 85. against 85*, 1612, of, 1636, 20*, 20. -persecution I against -Charles feeling arousing 1638, 24. against, -their freedom one of religious of Rinuccini's objects mission, 1645, 29*. -and peace, 1645, 30*, 36*, 39*f. -progress of, 1645, 38*f. from Pope -assistance for, 1645-7, 32*?E, 36*, 45*. over victory 43*. 1646, -joy of, at no attack on Dublin -surprise 32*. 1646, by, for unity among, -hope 1648, 36*. to in Flanders -Nuncio may stay 36*. 1649, help, -letter 154. to, 1662, 154*, of Irish Catholics to -objections Act of Settlement, 366. II to institutes reform -James the advantage 49. of, 1686, 49*, other and posts -judicial for, 1686-8, 49*, 49, 65. of Chancellor -removal hostile to, 1686, 49*, 49.

Catholics of Pro English Ireland, testants against petition serving under command of, 1686, 52*, 52. to not -James persuaded II, restore lands confiscated to, 1686, 55. 55*, anxious -lord to assist, Tyrconnell 56*. 1686, in civil and -preferment of, 62. military posts, 1687, 62*, of Faith -open practice by, 1687, 62*, 62. com almost -regiments entirely 66* posed of, 1688, of James await arrival -eagerly II, 70*, 70. 1689, 159*. -position of, 1691, freedom under religious -promised of Limerick; 177*. treaty measures -government against, 93*, 93. 1699, of II suffer James -supporters 94. [1699], 94*, confiscation, merit in -refugees Holland, effective 97. 1699, 97*, protection, -financial aid 160*. to, 1699, to about them -memoranda or 160* [1699 1700], Emperor, them -proclamation prohibiting to carry 95. arms, 95*, 1700, of certain to -assistance powers be sought 161*. for, [1709], -Count in interest Schonborn's their cause, 161*. 1710, on aid to, sent to -brief Emperor, 163*. 1700, laws against, 163*f. ??penal 1724, to aid, 1724 and ??attempts 1732, 166*. 163*, state of, 1727 and 1743, -miserable 175. 100*, 100, 175*, -enumeration 205. of, 1731, 205*, of their 1743 -education children, 50, 167*, 173f, 173*-178*, 176f, 179, 182. 182*, -in Stranorlar par., [1751], 197*, 198. a consul -Irish Catholic in service at Civitavecchia, of Pretender 1755, 108. 108*, to be taken -oaths by, 1773, 1775, 124, 137*, 209*f, 209, 211*, 217. 213*, 214, 217*, decree them to permitting -papal . take oath of allegiance, 109. 109*, III towards, of George -clemency 206. 205*, about the truth, -very scrupulous 217*. 1780, to lord lieutenant, -address 1791, 202f. 202*, lord Kenmare's -burn effigy, 204. [1791], 203*, -French work propagandists on, 207. 1792, 207*, to endeavour -viceroys improve their 207. lot, 1792, 207*, -and seek Presbyterians, religious 208. freedom, 1792, 208*, 1793, 212,

No.
Catholics stance

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j Catholics beneficial of to

S3

those of subof Ireland, cause with against joining 208. Presbyterians, 1792, 208*, for 1792, revolt, -preparations 208. 208*, of rebellion, effects 1792, -probable 209*. -bill favour in 1792, of, rejected, 209*. -some democratic led away by 143. 1793, maxims, 143*, -convene seditious 1793, meetings, 143. 143*, 113*, 113, a favour -favour to lord Fingall 116*. to, 1794, to Mgr. for opposition -motives 115. Erskine, 1794, 114*, about activities of leading, -letter 116. [1794], 115*, built and to be -seminaries 115. maintained 115*, for, 1794, -letter of Card. Antonelli to, 1795, 143*. and loyalty of their Faith -defence 143. to George 1799,. 143*, III, 153*. laws against, -penal of J. C. Hippisley -work for, 1801, 210*. -emancipation of, 251*. 129. -obstacles to, 1812,129*, -? as a means Veto to, 137*, 137. from -desire separation complete 126. [c. 1813], 126*, England, to English -attitude Catholics, 126. 126*, [1813], -bill in favour 1813, of, rejected, 125*. of -resolution pastoral supporting 128*. 1813, bishops, remon convention -national of, to Pope, strance 228fl, 1815, 227*f, 274. 274*, 230*, in address -threats of schism 245.. 1816, 237*, -fr Font ana on their 272. to Pope, 1816, 272*, to Veto, attitude -their from, 142*, 264*, 142, 227*f, 264, 275*. -determined law, -their 229f, address

1816, ment, -children trine in charter-schools, [1816], 205*, 205. to Pope, -remonstrance 1817, of, 276f. 276*f, in reply to; 1817-8, -change 277f. 277*, their -fr Richard delegate Hayes See against to Holy Veto, [18181, 146. 146*, fr Richard. -see Hayes, see also of Catholics Scotland, and Ireland of G. Britain Catholics ; Papists. -Covenanters 1638, -scarcity -conversion 25*. offer toleration to,

enactments Ireland, them by Irish Parlia 260*, 261. Protestant doc taught

of priests for, c. 1670, 86*. to Catholic of nobles 58*. ism, 1687, -miserable state of, 1727, 100*, 100. are in all good Catholics -almost I 104. , Highlands, 104*, 1746, -work of J. C. Hippisley for, 1801, 210*. favour -bill in of, rejected, 1813, 125. 125*, see Flanders, France, Catholics, Pro United Holland, Germany, vinces. or Board of Ireland Board Catholic of Ireland of the Catholics (Bord na hltireann) Caitliceach Geinearalta 146. to Card. from -letter secretary 277. 1817, 277*, Litta, 9*. Chigi Library, or Faith, Catholic Church (an Eaglais an Creideamh), 1*, 13, 14*, 20, 23, 92*, 136*, 44*, 63, 68f, 74*, 84*-7*, 178*, 169, 179, 169*, 139, 139*, 212, 214, 207*, 212*f, 207, 205*, 238-46, 233*-8*, 220*61, 220, 223ff, 257*, 255*, 253-6, 248, 252*, 248*, 274, 276*f, 274*, 259*f, 258f, 261f,

1815-6, 248, 248*, -texts

2761

it as Black to regard -council 230. 1815, 228*, to Pope petition -acts 231*. Veto, 1815, against 6. 7. -have better conditions in Ireland, 142*. 1815, 81*. take anti in certain posts, must [ for, 1686, 51*, 60*, 60, from England and Catholic -refugees 227*f, 229, 1815, oath, Flanders in Spanish and Ireland 231*, 231. -?? of Catholics with differences 1699, 97*, 97. Holland, -welfare 144. important of, more 144*, England, 1815, to the than political of their -in 206*, 206f. pretensions, loyalty spite of Ireland -after their reduced laws separation Faith, penal and Great 243. Britain, 1792, 208*f, 209. 1816, 236*, numbers, rebellion in Ire -still laws, by penal oppressed j-successful be detrimental land would to, 1792, 206, 243, 265. 1816, 205*, 209*. 206. -emancipation of, 1816, 205*, enemies ~r-attitude to conditional of, -Presbyterians, 262. I 1792, 207*, 207. 1816, 260*, emancipation, a penal

-see also Mass ; Seminaries. in of Church from Fathers 286. of Christ Book Church, held at Lyons, 1245, 332. 334. -1274, of of consistory (consistoir) 242. 235*, 1554, II of James -zeal and work

84
Church ideas

No.

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Church or Faith, of dangers Catholic, 274. 274*, -veto would concessions be destructive of, 1815, 222*f, 225, 229. 227*f, of British -attempts to seduce Irish Catholics Government 264*. from, [1816], of Irish peonle -loyalty 272. to, 1816, 272*, of situation -dangers 272. to, 1816, 272*, -in Scotland, on state report 86*. of, [1670], -state 97*. of, F1700], -state of, 1746, 103*f, 104. -see also Clergy of G. and Ireland Britain ; Vicars Apos in Scotland. tolic -in concordat of France, 1801, 217*. -in Russia, temp. Catherine II, 217*. -in Spain, temp. Charles III, 217*. [1815],

or Faith, democratic Catholic, enemies of, 1793, by spread 143. 143*, -measures in to safeguard, in England seminaries and proposed 117. 1794, Ireland, 117*, -Catholics schools in charter to hate, 205*. taught [1816], of British Govern -attitude 265. ment 264*, towards, [1816], state 152*f. -in of, Ireland, of -fierce persecution 1618, 86*, 86. -state 13. of, [c. 1639], -three enemies of, 1668, 156. 156*, rule of, 1668, -episcopal 156*. state -in of confusion, 157*. [1668], lack of bishops -great 158. 158*, in, 1668, -affairs of, 1679-1700, 87*. -advancement of, under lord Tyrconnell, 1687,60*, 60, 71*, 17. in -practised openly Irish Army, 62*, 62. 1687,

Catholic Emancipation (Fuasgailt na 129*, 129, gCaitliceach), 125*, on, 251 *f, -report 1688, 64*, 138, 229, 138*, 145,* 228*, 65. 253, 255*, 256, 260*, 262, 264, 268*, -affairs of, 1739, 275. 166*, 268f, 275*, 166. -see also Catholics of G. Britain of Propaganda -decrees and Catholic Ireland; Church; Fide about 167*. affairs Catholic in, 1743, Relief bills. -state 168* -movement of, 1744, 127*. 1813, against, on loyalty -sermons of Pope on, 1815, 220*, 220. to, -views 180. a principal 180*, -veto proposed, [1745], condition of, of Protestant -danger 229. 1815, 228*, schools in Ireland to remove to, wishes [1745], 177*, -Pope every 177. obstacle to, 1816, 204, 231ff*, 232, -new schools for Catho 242ff. 238f, 235*#, lics to be set up to safeguard, to remove all obstacles 1750, -proposals 182. 178*, 179, 182*, 246. to, 1816, 246*, -effects of of -bill oath soon be introduced may for, on, 1776, 212*f, allegiance 206. 212, 214. [1816], 205*, -and Catholic relief bill, -General in English Fitzgerald 132*f. 1813, 125, 127*, 125*, Parliament 146*. supported, 1819, -state of matters of, 1814, 141*, -index relating to, 141. 147. [1829], 147*, about anxious -Pope Catholic Group in England, (Comh internal and, tranquility [1814], na gCaitliceach), chaidreamh 1815, 139. 139*, 142. 142*, -and Veto concessions, Relief Catholic of 1778, 1791, Bills, 1815-6, 220*ff, 220, 223ff, 227*, 136*. 1793, 246. 229, 231*, 232, 246*, bill in favour of Catholics rejected, -preservation of, in Ire 143. 1792, 209*. land, 1799, 143*, or attach Relief -Irish opinion Catholic 125* Bill, 1813, ment of English Catholics 139*f. to, [1813], 129*, 133*f, 136*f, 126. -Italian translation 129*. 126*, of, -Irish attitude to 1813 -revised 127*. form, bill not motivated and solely rejection by, 127*, -its pleases bishops 127. 126*. clergy, -state be re-introduced in changed 1814, of, 141*, -will 141. 126*. form, -Protestant if not accepted schools -consequences, by seduce children 22^*. 128*. from, 1815, clergy, of Irish gentle of Irish bishops '-anxietv -pastoral against. man 264. 128*. 264*, 1813, for, [1815],

No.
Catholic Irish -'' Relief bishops 133*.

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i Civil Posts, eligible for, Civil Survey, Irish Catholics 1686, 49. see Surveys. to

85
be

of Bill, opposition and Milner 1813, to,

128*, it in to nothing opposed Office of the General Claims, Registrar 132*. Catholic Faith," to Court 377. of, Cromwellian, at its re delighted -Quarantotti 375-385. -1661-69, 353, 134*. introduction, 1814, -on see Forfeited forfeited estates, and between Consalvi -negotiation Estates. 138. lord Castlereagh, 138*, 1814, see Courts. --Courts of Ire Record Society Catholic " of, of Clergy three British 3. kingdoms," land, to Sacred letter Con agents of, Cait Sovereigns Catholic (Righthe of the In Universal gregation of Veto arrange danger liceacha), quisition, [1679], 88*, 88. ments 225. with, 1815, 222*, work 146. -jealousy impeding of, Cathilicon, The, 111. 1793, 111*, drowned in floods, 1287, 335. Cattle, to 1813 bill, 127. -attitude 126*f, 36*. 1649, Censures, in G. Britain a -Catholic hierarchy of England Chancellor (probably 224. extinct, 1815, 222*, to Alexander reference Wedderburn), -see deans ; archbishops; bishops; 112*. missionaries ; vicars ; priests ; vicars -see chief Peter; Parker, King, apostolic. Charles ; Thurlow, ; Pratt, justice Clergy of England, 49*. Alexander. Edward ; Wedderburn, regular, with secular of Ireland, advo Chancellor -dispute clergy, former, c. 1634, 16*. of overthrow Catholic cates 102*. 223. in Ireland, -1750, 100*, 1815,221*, Hierarchy sir -see -reasons Michael; against Fitton, subjection Boyle, to vicars Adam ; ; Alexander 1740-58, apostolic, 103*, Loftus, 103. John. Methuin, see Courts. with Court -secular, dispute regulars, of, Chancery, c. 1634, 16*. 304f. Charters, 102*. of various -1750j 100*, Dublin, -inspeximus -see also Archpriest; ; Bishops 1265, 305. of G. Britain and 293. of the Forest, -Charter Ireland; Clergy 1217, see Schools. Vicars Charter Apostolic. Schools, of France, Clergy Court Chief persecution of, of, see Courts. Place, 117*. see Forfeited Estates, Chiefrys, -see also Gallicanism. see Chief Douglas, Secretaries, of Ireland na Clergy William, (Cl&r Sylvester; Wellesley-Pole, na letter 320. hEaglaisigh), hfiireann, Chronicles, Anglo-Irish, to hierarchy, from Gregory XIII -see also Annals. a founder 1580, 279. -Patrick, bp. of Dublin, " -see also Clergy of three British of tradition of, 314. " of Ire 315. ; Archbishops Kingdoms chronicle, -Anglo-Norman of Ireland; land ; Bishops 304. -Dublin Chronicle, Priests, Vicars. -Dublin Franciscan 320. Irish; Priests, parish; Chronicle, to supreme of Council or London of England -Chronicle -proposals of Kilkenny, 295-8. 1647, 34*. Confederacy Chronicle, to lessen power of Pope, with Chronicle -London -attempt (1270-92) entries Irish marginal 1647, 34*. (1293-1317), of loyalty in name -declaration 281, 334-337. 155. 318. -Hoveden's of, 1661, 155*, Chronicle, see 155. of -Chronicle 154*, -1666, Pembridge, from of new doctrines Annals. -dangers domin Established 1686, 52*, 53. Paris, (i'Eglise Church, to to lead -lord of work Tyrconnell promises viceroys ante) 58*. 207. Catholics among, 1687, promote unity into, 1792, 207*, j about of of Protestant conduct -increase in number -good report 65. 223. ecclesiastics, 1688, 1815, 220*, churches, 94. -see Church. also Protestant of, 1699, 93*, -persecution 66. -their in Ireland, Churches [? 1699], goods confiscated, 1688, 66*, 94. 94* 336. -tithes 1291, of, 211. II assists construction 18, 164*, 211*, of, -cent. -James of to -certain oath allegiance 1687, 63*, 63. Crown proposed 133*. for, 1705, 108*, 108, 128*, Cisalpines, live in houses ! of seculars, Cistercians (Cisteircinigh), 14*, 317f. -regulars -see 103. 103*, 1740-58, Henry I of. Saltrey, to Pope -letter about and Generalium -Statuta regular Capitulorum secular 180*. Ordinis 319. | [1750], clergy, Cisterciensis,

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Clergy -their of Ireland, gratitude 210*. attitude

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of Signet Clerk in sir Ireland, Francis visct. Annesley, Valentia, 1801, 1648, 341. to 1813 Bill, -their Codex Vat. 278. 127*, 5964-7, 127. Coins 145*. boinn), (numismata, to censor -committee their corres for send -Consalvi thanks Milner 125*. with 144*. [1813], pondence Rome, ing, [1815], -and selection of bishops, Collectoriae sub [1814], (Oifigi Bailiuchafn), 136*. division in Archives of Apostolic of Irish 3. -confidence in, Camera, 3*, people 224. 210. 1815, 221*, Colleges, National, 210*, 1801, cent. 19, 239. to J. C. Hippisley, -against 221*, -on Veto 229. -Catholic government 1815, -English stipend, 224. abroad, if of Irish Catholics attitude is accepted by, [1815], 228*, Evening

(Colaisti Sasanacha), 143*. 1814, -in France, article in Dublin Post 146*. about, [1818], Rev. -in Liege, J. Connell in address to J. C. Hippisley Ireland, hierarchy signs for, 225. 118. 222*, 1794, of Queen -in Rome, Anne 174*. -recognition 1752, -G. Harris 1705, 93*, 93. by, signs address -1-should be overthrown, to J. C. Hippisley in name says of, 1794, of Ireland, ex-chancellor 11.8. 1815, 221*, 223. of KiUaloe to -Irish, bp. plans a college, -.-an(i British establish 1705, Crown, 1688, 64*, 65. 108. 153*. 108*, -abroad, -to of direction undertake financial difficul Douai, I-in two in Ireland, seminaries ties of, 180. i 1794, [1750], 180*, 115. in France, article 115*, -colleges un -succession maintained in Dublin Post about, Evening [1818], 224. 146*. broken, 1815, 222*, na -Irish free from in Paris, (an Chl&r -regular riaghalta, College " na sagairt new doctrines," braithre, 34*, riaghalta), 1686, 52*, 53. 211*. -Irish new 167*, 187*, 187, bishops against -monks transferred to France rule 164*. in, 1736, from -Lombard Ireland, 1229, 319. 1737, College, fr 166. given -help to, against 165*, 158. to deliver letter to 1668, 158*, Walsh, ?-superior -some in Galway, Irish bishops, 248f. imprisoned 1816, 248*f, to France, -see also College Montis then Aculi expelled [1668], 157. below. 157*, -should be advised not to -Irish in Louvain, College pre travel on way as visitor sident of through England of, his opinion about schools Protestant home, 1686, 91*. Ireland, to return to their -ordered c. 1743, in Ireland, 176. 176*, from England and London, ?-Irish in Prague, province College question of guardianship 218*. 1687, 56*f, 56. of, n.d., in Rome -imprisoned, 1699, 93*, 93. -Irish College (Colaiste in -live sa Roimh), of seculars na nGaedheal in houses j 3*, 3, 8, Ireland and 183*. elsewhere, 1740-58, 103. -letter to Propaganda about 103*, of discipline -lack in KiUaloe among, vacancy dioc, 1747, 168. 171. 1744, 168*, 171*, -should undertake on financial -memorandum teaching as to Protestant counter affairs 184*. schools, of, 1752, 175. H. McDermot 1743, 174*, -J. signs to set up schools for to J. C. Hippisley address -urged for, 1794, 118. Catholics, 1743-4, 169*, 169, 176*, 176. of S. Isidore San -College (Colaiste -should teach 165. Catechism, Isidoir), 122, 165*, 122*, 180*. -death of B. Power [1745], in, 1780, to Pope -letter secular about 215f. 215*f, 180*. -letter to Card. of clergy and, [1750], Secretary -? between of fr R. Hayes State from dispute abp. 1816, at, Tuam 181*. 246. and, 1750, 246*, 182*. -.-and to Card. Con 1750, bishops, -pro-memoria -novices 182*. salvi from fr Hayes of, 1750, in, 1816, 265*, of see Bishops; Clergy 265. Scotland, of G.'Britain -in and Montis Ireland; Clergy Paris, College Aculi, in Scotland. Vicars 156. Apostolic 1667, 156*,

No.
College 1747,

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87

of Confederation in Rome, Kilkenny, Colleigo Romano, X regrets Innocent 171. split in, 1647, 34*. 171,* of Propaganda -College Fide, -general assembly of, 35*, 1648, to address 35. J. MacDonald signs C. Hippisley for British students J. or envoys to Rome, -agents 118. in, 1794, seek papal aid and about opinion in Rome, -Scottish 1752, College, 35*. in Ireland, peace 1648, 184*. -their arrival in Rome, -J. signs MacLauglan 1648, 46*. address to J. C. Hippisley for, 1794, -their audience with 118. 46*. to -letter of Poynter 35*f, Pope, Card. Pacca 144*. -given papal from, briefs, 1815, c. 1670, -of 86*. Scots, 1648, 46*. -see French, Nicholas in ; -Spanish College Bologna, sir Nicholas. 155. Plunket, 155*, see of -minister ?-in Irish ordination to, Spain, apostolic Pietro. students 153*. Scarampi, in," [1622], council of, 383. Commentarius 386. -supreme Rinuccinianus, and proper mode -president Com Commission, probably=High of welcoming Nuncio, 1646, 31*. mission, 1636, 20. -Nuncio's speeches to, 1646 with of instructions -Commission 34*. 47, 31*f, 377. 1653, June, see Bellings -secretary to, all papers -to peruse concerning sir Henry. the settlement 348. of Ireland, in in Irish Confessions, language to King for recall -petition 16f. London, 1635, 16*f, of, 1673, 349. for faculties for hear -examiners -of 353. Grace, 1684-88, 182*. see Forfeited ing, 1750, Es -Commissions, to receive alms not -confessors tates. 182*. 1750, 382. -see during, Commissioners, 1654, Athlone, also Absolution ; Penance. -to execute Declaration King's in Ireland, Confiscations attitude of for settlement of (1660) Ireland, II to Cromwellian, James 1686, 55*, 378, 384. 55. and -register examinator, received of in House -petitions 385. Commons, 1699, 94*, 94. 384. -sub-commissioners, to be used -confiscated property -for the Act of Settle executing to pay debts of the Army, [1700], 378, 384f. ment, 96*, 96. chief clerk and -register, have -and persecution impover examinator to, 385. ished Irish Catholics, 175. 1743,175*, -for Irish atfairs, 1669, 365. to William -commissioners, report on episcopal nominations Committee, 94. III on, 94*, 1699, of correspondence and examination in London to arrival -their of the clergy with Rome, ["1813], on, 1699, 94*, 95. report 131*fT. 125*f, -their on, 1700, 95*, report -see also Catholic Emancipa 95. tion. -causes in Eng division -of for Inspection, certifying lish Parliament, 1700, 96*. arrears usur during [Cromwellian] -see also Forfeited Estates. 348. pation, of the Holy Office Congregation -active between 1671 and (an Oifig 129*, 129, Naomhtha), 1674, 351f. 210. 210*, 117. [1794], -Secret, -see of the Inquisi Common Congregation Court Pleas, of, see Courts. tion, Sacred. House Commons, of, see Parliament. archives Irish contain of, may 370. The, Commonwealth, 101. see 101*, material, Concealed forfeited, Lands, to English -references affairs Forfeited Estates. Concilia et in, 101*f Britanniae Magnae -see Bell, fr Giacomo ; Paulu [ed. D. London, 1737, Hiberniae, monsignor. Veterani, tius, Petrus; 279. reference to, 279*, Wilkins], of Congregation the Inquisition, forbids, with British Concordat, Pope or Roman or Holy 140. Sacred (Comh 140*, Government, an Ionchoisne, an Ionchoisne dhail '-in 122*. France, question of, see Covenanters. 154. 101, 154*, Romhanach), 101*, Confederati, -see Congregation of the Holy of Kilkenny, Confederation army Office. of, 1648, 35*.

88
Congregation letter of from of"

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16?INDEX OF SUBJECTS

the Courts Civil set Inquisition, (legal), Survey of formerly in, 351, 353. representatives three British -Commission "clergy King of, 353. ? 1679, 88*,88. -Commissioners and doms, of oath of allegi sub-commissioners -question of, 379-385. ance to be taken -court Irish charters of Exchequer, of by clergy, 108. Christ Church enrolled 1708, 108*, in, 305, 312. -see Bysse, of counsellor (con -opinion John. see Chaddis about bill and -chancellor oath in Veto of Dublin, suitore), other matters, Thos. 131. worth, 131*, see Congregation of the Mission of Common (Cuall -court Pleas, an see acht James. Mhisiuin), Donnellan, Bossii, -court of King's Amoldo. 355f. Bench, of Propaganda Congregation an Covenanters lucht Fide, (Confederali, see Propaganda Fide. Chonnartha in Albain), offer tolera Sacred, of Rites, Congregation to Catholics, tion Sacred (Comh 1638, 25*, 25. na Riti), dhail Creation 130. 130*, Monies, 1666, 369. about oath to George 329. -reply Cross, Holy, I, 130*. -finding of, 326. of Counsellor to Christians, -returned -opinion to, 1221, in 1813 Bill about oath and other 331. 131. British na Breataine 131*, matters, Crown, (Coroin -see Quarantotti, fr Carlo 353. Moire), Maria. of Irish -allegiance clergy Connacht Transplantation Pro 108. to, 1705, 108*, 383. of nomination of ject, -power Bun 225. (an Constitution, [British] bishops, 1815, 222*, Irish hold Crown reacht), emancipation Rents, 350f, 361, 365. -co. follows 275. from, [1815], 275*, Cork, 361, 370, 373. in Civitavecchia, of titular -view book Consul, of, 1666, 365. : 108. James III, 1755, 108*, Customs, Officers, 1666, 369. in Leghorn, -and 365. -English, 1755, 108*, Excise, | 108. of England, [1687], J 61*, 61. ' Custos, -in Papal 144*. -see fr. State, [1815], Benedict, of consuls at Ancona, -affairs j 145*. [1820], Cork 139*. D. Examiner, The, J -articles about and Pope State 147. vaults in Christ Church built in, 1856, Papal 147*, Danes, 336. 309. Corn, by, Corsini 9*. under 1813 Bill Library, arrangements Deans, see Cotton for nomination MSS., Manuscripts. of, 1813, 125*, 133*. see Privy Council. to satisfy Government Council, Privy, -proposal of Catholic about 249. Courts, princes, attempts loyalty of, [1816], 247*, to urge to use them influence with Debentures arrears for to Officers, on behalf see Forfeited of Government Estates. Engish 97*. of royal, estimate in Ireland, Catholics, Debts, con Court matters 369. and -English 1560-65, 115. Declaration for the settlement of cerning Catholics, 1794, 114*, Courts officers (legal), of, 1666, 369. Ireland, 1660, 348. -court of Admiralty in Ireland, -commissioners for in putting case about French in Kinsale 384. ship execution, 356. Declaration of William, of Prince 1744, before, -see Baillie, Hugh. Orange, 1688, 67*, 67. -court of Chancery, will of Owen Decrees of Settlement), 352. (Acts of Mortimer Deeds Earls of Ulster and Swiney disputed in, c. 1752, 356. of Chief -court lord chief of Connacht, Lords 387. Place, see Barry, see Forfeited sir James Estates. justice of, Depositions, -court of Claims, 377 material for history of Irish, Dioceses, Cromwellian, -see 8*. Carteret, Philip. 377-385. of i.e. Annesley books -1661-69, Discoveries, -auditor of books set of Survey and Dis to, 385. -general q.v. registrars to, tribution, 384f. 380, -1665, 380, 3821 -see sir John Forfeited Estates. ; -see Percival, see Forfeited ; Phillips, John Jeffreys, George. -Discovery Office, -office of General Estates. Regis trar to the Commrs. books of (Office of of, Discrimination, (or Black of 377-385. Registrar books), forfeitures), 1670, 383.

No.
Distribution books 364. tion), see also ?:?

16?INDEX OF SUBJECTS
collec Emigres

89

on (Teichmhigh bhFrainnc, 143*. Imircigh), -Comite des Emigres, and Distribution Survey president of, 111. of. books collection), (Annesley 111*, Cameralia Diversa -Catholic (Imircigh (Sgribhinni Chaitliceacha), an Chamera), faoi chursaf 115*. eagsula subdivision in archives of Apostolic letter of R. -Corsican, Fagan 122. Camera, 3*, 3. about, 1801, 122*, Dominicans also La Marche, 25. -see Francois Jean (Doiminice&naigh), e Clemente of SS. Sisto abbe J. -brothers de ; Trevaux, 123. con Emperor 123*, of Austria, (Impearoir) -Order of Preachers trol of Irish missionaries, confirmed, cent. 18, 330. 1216, 110. 109*, -come to Ireland, 331. 1224, -his Irish sought by protection -Dominican c. 1700, though executed, 160*. Catholics, 22. see 1637, 22*, innocent, Charles Conrad I; VI, -have in territory sub privileges the Fowler; Frederick II; Henry to king of England, ject 1658, 101*, dau. I; Matilda, I; Louis Leopold 102. of Henry 1 ; Philip. I; Otto about in Limerick, -dispute place see Adrian; Roman Corn | Emperor, 164*. 1736, modus ; Diocletian. -in address signs Rome, superior English (Na Sasanaigh), 50*, 329. 118. to J. C. Hippisley, 1794, -see also British ; British \ Empire -fr 25. general of, 1638, I students ; British ; Cath subjects -sends to Eng commissioner of G. Britain and olics Ireland; 28. 1639, 28*, land, of England; Catholics England. circulation of De -against of Irish -take place deposed etMissionariis, Missione 164*. 1736, 319. abbots, 1229, j 118. -secretary of, 1794, on Catholic -articles pro religion general of, his memor -procurator by, c. 1639, 13. posed sent to Rinuccini, andum 1646, 43*, of English gentleman -opposition 43. of earl of Tyrconnell to appointment 25. 1638, of, -provincial as viceroy in Ireland, 1686, 56*f. of invasion -against unjust -would of opnose appointment in Limerick, 153*. Augustinians 72*. Conte Dalbi, 1686, -see Giovanni; Argenti, Bourke, measures to protect William -take Oliver; Patrick; Brullaughan, 1699, 94*. III, de ; Connolly, ; Burgo, Thos. Burgo of Englishman in -imprisonment Rev. Peter; J; Kilkelly, Linse, Brussels at request of English envoy, a ; Mac an tAth Eoin ; Coisdealbha, 1699, 97*. M. H.; Mac Manchester, Inerney, con about Pretender's Dominic de -complain of; Hugh O'Daly, sul at Civitavecchia, 1755, 108*. fr. O Finan, Rosario ; of Pius YI. -esteem and gratitude 381. Down Survey, 366, 3500, to, [1794], 1800, 113*, 113, 117*, 143* Down the of -Petty's History on Veto with Irish -at variance 341. Survey (ed. Larcom), 139*. question, in reference numerical -maps, to, over with Irish -dispute of Survey and Distribution, books 141*. ! Quarantotti's letter, [1814], 350. esteem Consalvi's -Card. for, of reference -books to, 350. 147*. [1819], Dutch sold (na hOlannaigh), English 224 -British people, iers in service of the, 1686, 64*. see Colleges. English Colleges, a sub Language English (Bearla), in Ireland, schools ject in Protestant c. 1735, E. 174. 173*, in Rome] gives Pope Envoy, [English, two letters from James 1247, 332. II, 79*. Earthquake, errors see Skelton, in -to to Irish Mr. reference Easter, Holland, see John of James 207, dating, 252*, 254, 272*, 272, -[? Stuart], earl of Mar. 275*, 276, 326. Erskine, Eclipse of sun in Ireland, also Ambassadors; I-see 1339, 312. Rizzini, 160*. abbot. Education, 152*, -see of Redemption, see For also of Catholics Equities Ireland, education of their 1743 Estates. feited children, of 50 ; Colleges Establishment ; Hospitals ; Schools ; Ireland, Civil, University. 1669, 3641 of Catholics, see Cath see Army; Emancipation -Military, Military olic Emancipation. [ Affairs. (Annesley

90
Estates, Eucharist, Examinator King's Fitzgerald,

No.
see Forfeited

16?INDEX OF SUBJECTS
1 Forfeited minutes 372. for -debentures see 1702-03, -depositions, -discoveries, 372. -entry -equities -estates, estates 364, concealed lands, Estates, on discoveries of, 345, 359, for arrears 373. 360, 345, 1699-1700, to officers, 363. 361, 363,

Estates.

301. The, to Commissioners Declaration, William. 369ff, 1660, 373.

362f,

Exchequer, Irish, -see Courts. Excise, -Officers, see Customs. 1666,

369.

F. Faculties, Panzani, from Famine 337. to ecclesiastical, granted 1634, 15*, 15. Irish released -for priest 1636, 21. prison, -for Rinuccini, 1647, 44*. in Ireland, 1295-6, 296, 298,

-Discovery 1700, 361. Office, 360. book, 1700-02, of redemption, 372. on whose list of those are incumbrances claimed, 370, 372. -abstract of estates vested, of -alphabet proprietors, claims on each estate, 364. of those -particulars sold, -proprietors' 363. in fee, 363. 361. forfeited, 364. abstract -general of, 362,372. not reported, -those 362, 372. -not 363. determined, acts in of Parliament of, 360. 361. 361. tax, 361. 361, 370, 373. 372. 360, special, book of, 345, 360, 372. relating 372f. relating among 361. to, 1701-04, to be 360, estates valuation restored granted, of, and 361. not

363. with 362. 1701, -estates -forfeitures, restored, -impropriations -incumbrances,

corn, -port 346, 362. -postings, 362. -proprietors, 361. 1700, 362, -proxies, collectors*, ??accounts, 363. 373. -purchase, proposals for, -of forfeitures, -purchasers, 360, 373. 362, 373 362. -laid before Parliament, -Protestant 370, purchaser, 363. 373. -rent, 361. of for of accounts -charges, -journal 362. 362, 373. 1700-02, -rolls, feitures, -Revenue docu and payments, -of receipts Commissioners, about ments estates 363f. sale of forfeited 1700-02, over to, 1703, 345. cash -receiver's handed accounts, 361. -reversions, 361, 373. -roll list of, 1700, 360. -arrears, of, 363. -see arrears claims and 361. -salaries, below. -sales 361, 372. of, 345f, -book 361, 372. of, 363. -securities, -* on the granters', of Parliament re acts 364. -statutes, charge 361. lating to, 345. -chiefrys, to printed list of of English, index -claims, -transcripts 372. persons, 364, forfeiting 360, 372. on, 1700, 364. -reports 1700-03, book, 360, -summons 361. 372. service, -transport and 361. -claims arrears, 1700, 363. -tithes, forfeited, I 361. -commissions, 360, 372. -impropriate,

1271, 333. pestilence, 326. Fast, Holy Saturday, 1317, 337. Felons, Mhic E6in Feil-Sgribhinn Neill, Dublin, 1940, essay by Dom Gougaud 285. in, a Saver, Book Fet legal text in Black 290. of Christ Church, c. 1662, 371. Finance, Irish, ?-see Debts ; Exchequer, Irish ; Revenue. Irish to not First bishops Fruits, receive, 1750, 182*. -see also Annats. ? Dutch, 59*. [1687], Fleet, Floods, 1287, 335. Charter of the, Forest, 1217, 293. Trustees Forfeited for sale, Estates, 371f? of, 345, 358-364, -minute 1700-03, books, 345, 359, 370f. 371. -Registrar's, 359f, of, 3611 -proceedings ? those vested in of abstracts 363. Trustees, and

-

-innocents, favour -jointures, -land

-leases, -letters, -orders, -outlawrys, -petitions 345, 360, -petitions distributed 372.

to ?21,000 purchasers,

No.
Forfeited

16?INDEX OF SUBJECTS

91

valuations and fr of Estates, of, repentance Franciscans, 359,361-4. Magauran, 77*, 77. 1687, Franciscans -warrants, 360, 372. (Proinseascanaigh), Irish, Forfeitures of 1688, volumes of early Dublin chron relating compilation 343ff. icle by, 320 to, -? -Office Liber Communitatis of, 358. fratrum -see of Office minorum 321. also, Court of Claims, Kilkennie, the General to the Com in territory Registrar for, -privileges of the Court missioners of Claims. to king of England, subject 1625, seek Catholics of 102*. Franchise, repeal loss of, on Discalced -assist in attack concerning penalty [1791], 203. 27. 203*, [1639], Carmelites, Franciscans use of office by a Fran 330. -improper (Proinseascanaigh), in England, Ireland 45*. -privileges, ciscan, 1647, and Scotland, 1625 and 1658, 101*f. -privileges in Ireland for, 1658, -father of 101. general (geinearal), of those conduct to return to their to, subject 1668, -in London, 156. 156*, province, 1686, 56*, 76*, 76. -his decrees to enforce return to their --returning province of Irish to their Franciscans not to pass through ordered pro London, 76*. 78. 1686, vince, 1687, 77*, -his letter of recommendation about invasion -dispute unjust for Irish 82*. of Augustinians in Limerick, Franciscan, 1686, 1736, to care -advised exercise 164*. 153*, about Franciscans into -provincial allowing of, orders disengaged to Irish return to their England, 1687, 60*. priests about .-order Irish friars in 56*. 1686, province, 60*. -in 1687, 58*, 58, London, superior Rome, of, signs -decrees orders and to J. C. Hippisley, about address 1794, 118. fr Magauran, 1686-7, 56*, 61*, 61, 1780, 215*. Franciscans in 77*, 77f. (Proinseascanaigh) fr Magauran -procurator of, reports Scotland, privileges for, in territory from London, 61. to king of England, gone 1687, 61*, subject 1625, -see also 102*. fr; Dexter, Damiani, Leo; Stephen; Edgeworth, Hayes, -privileges for, in Scotland, 1658, 101. Richard; Richard; Ledred, French Mac of translation Matthew; Lennan, Aodhagdin, language, an tAth. Partholan Burke's 119. ; Mac works Cormic, into, 1794, fr James fr Francis; to lord lieu ; Mac of Catholics -address Donell, Denis fr Francis tenant ; Mater, ; Maguire, in, 1791, 202*. 6 Broin, Bona literature Francis; Mlaghin, in, 285. ventura in Ireland, French 6 ; 6 Sean; Cathail, 1699, 93*, refugees 6 93. S<?amus; Ceallaigh, Conghaile, Proinnsias fr Pasquale .' French na ; O Farrell, Revolution (Muirtheacht O O 207*. Bonaventura; Gallagher, Frainnce), Louis W.; see Franciscans. Francis ; Meara, Power, Friars, an br ; Taaffe, ; Proinnsias, James fr [James] Luke ;Wadding, ; Tully, Peter ; Weyburn, G. Walsh, J. Franciscans in (Proinseascanaigh) of the Ass 19, 23, 60*, 147*. England, Gallicanism, propositions in of the Clergy, -privileges territory subject embly [1682], 50*, 50. to king of England, 102*. 369. Garrisons in Ireland, 1625, 1560-64, in England of com Book -privileges for, 1658, Genesis, of, first page 101. Book of Christ on, in Black mentary of (Cuigidh 291. -English provincial Church, 19. Gesta William of each), Pontificum, -works for departure fr of 316. Malmesbury's, 56* DI ROMA, ECCLESIASTICO GlORNALE' Magauran, 1686, -receives decrees on penal about laws dis note in Ireland and Irish in London, G. Britain 118*. engaged priests in, [1794], 56. British 1686, 56*, (or English), Government, Friars in Oxford -Grey by A. G. 227*, 22, 251*, 12*, 130*, 144*, 290. Little, 253, 255*, 256, 259*. Franciscans -new act against in Catholics in (Proinseascanaigh) commissioner 159*. transmitted Ireland general Flanders, to, 1691, re -measures (coimisinear of for protection and coitcheann), of fr Walsh, pentance taken William 1686, 57*, 94*, III, by, 1699, 57. 94.

92
Government, readiness, to use with, olics 18, 109*,

No.

16?INDEX OF SUBJECTS
Government, Catholics tc draw "British, towards Protestantism, 136*. [1814], at overthrow -aims of Cath in Ireland, olic Religion 1815, 220*, 220. of Pro numbers -building in Ireland, testant Churches 1815, 220*. with cannot, safety, -Pope 224. treat with, 1815, 221*, -its attitude to Catholic Faith and Bombay, in Canada, Malta 1815, 225. 222*, fr Hayes from of -expulsion due to agents Rome of, [1815], 274*, - 274. of Irish people of, jealousy 275. [1815], 274*, on his -first to aid Pius VII return to his See, 241. 234*, 1816, veto -and 1815, question, 233*-6*, 238*-43, 230*, Catholics urge -many of conditions by, imposed rejection 142. 142*, 1815, on to report -Poynter sub Catholic between conciliation 1815, 142*, 142. jects and, -Irish against people veto interference 227*, 1815, by, 229. for -veto not necessary 229. security of, 1815, 227*, to objection -political veto interference 227*, 1815, by, 229. to not urged -Pope veto concessions 1815, grant to, 231. 231*, of Catholic desirous -Pope, to wish does not Emancipation, irritate, [1816], 204*. -letter ecclesiastical against 246. interference 1816, 246*, by, of to, -allegiance bishops 247. [1816], 247*, in lieu of veto to, -proposal 247. [1816], 247*, to Catholics, -attitude 1816, 265. 261, 264*, 259*, -attitude towards Catholics, 265. [1816], 264*, be settlement j-proposed Irish tween Catholics 1816, and, 265. 264*, ill outline I-Irish bishops of veto effects concessions to, 1816, 261ff. 260*3, to Emancipation -attitude 221*, 223f, 1816, 260*,262. be settlement i-proposed Irish Catholics 1816, and, 265. 264*, of -assurance of loyalty Catholic 266*. 1816, to, bishops 267. of -and selection bishops, 1817, 277*. tween of,

in hold British, troops 1700, 96*, 96. to be urged -Catholic Courts on behalf of Catholics influence 97*. -oaths 1699, prescribed 97. for Cath cent. of, recall of by,

by,

-treatment 108*. -Catholics 109.

of Catholics, and patronage to

to Pope -proposal missionaries not approved cent. 110. 18, 110*, fully implement 110. 18, 110*, towards -goodwill 111*. [1793], about -complain lower class Catholics, among 113*. laws, ours 113. -may cent.

penal Pope, sedition [17931,

fav for gratitude -Pope's to Catholic's 113*, by, [1793], grant two to ?24,000 seminaries 115. 115*, of Catholics to, Pius be VI for,

to -agree erect and maintain in Ireland, 1794, [1794], 1800, -bishops loyalty -allegiance 118*. -esteem 143*.

of

should

of known

124*. to, [1804], to -Irish attitude bishops' nomination by, 1808, 129*. of refuse Ireland -bishops 135*. salary [?1808], from, -5th of, proposal opposed and Irish bishops, 1810, by Milner 135*. in influence for -necessity 129* elections 1812, episcopal for, 129. Catholic -powers of, under bill in favour of Protestantism, Relief 136*. [1814], Pius -should assist VII, 137*. 1814, of Pius -assist in restoration 234*. VII, of oath forms -several pro 139*. to, [1814], posed of ecclesiastical, -inspection with Rome correspondence by, 1814, 140*. at -pleased Quarantotti's 141*. letter, [1814], of Irish -attitude towards, F1813], 126. -motives for interest in nom of bishops, ination 127. 1813, 127*, -and Catholic Relief bill, 140*. [1814], -and Veto 1814, question, 139. 136*, 139*, See anxious for good -Holy relations between Catholics and, 134*. 1814,

I i

No.
Government, of, 1813, Conte signor delayed, olic Relief 126*f. de British, 132*.

16?INDEX OF SUBJECTS
(Airi) Historia

93

ministers

of -correspondence Gallas 1709, 161*, with, -first of Mon meeting with Erskine minister, 111. 1793, 111*, -in Bill, talks 1813, about 111*, Cath 111,

Scolastica Petrus by 288. Comestor, of the Mac History Donnell's of Antrim, 342. (Hill), see Holy Office, Congregation of, of the Holy Office. Congregation Roman titles IHoly Empire, of electors functions j of, c. 1300, See Holy (An Suidhe Naomhtha), and 298. see

Popes. -answers to argu" Holy 326. of, water, ments of Vicars 1813, forms for ceremony of doing, Apostolic, Homage, 133*. in Black Book of Christ Church, books of Survey 298. -purchase and Distribution, 352. -form of, used by John Balliol, of titular -[? James III], 1296, 301. 98. 98*, 229. Hospitals, 227*, -see also of -certain Government Protestant schools known Parliament. Ireland; c. 1735, 173. as, 173*, Government of Ireland, are 47 of them, with -there (Riaghaltas), 203*, 203, 207*, 207. Catholic children 1,400 attending -see also Establishment of Ireland, 178*. [1745], them, British Civil; ; Parlia of Commons, see Parliament. House Government, ment. of Lords, see Parliament. House for government of 207. -proposition Huguenots, 207*, 369. Ireland, 1662, -Irish Catholics to be elegible for under and civil posts military I. the, 1686, 49*. '-should be in Catholic Imago Mundi, in Black Book of hands, copy Christ 1687, 288. 62*, 62. Church, -lord effects see For Tyrconnell Impropriations, forfeited, changes feited Estates. in, 1688, 66*. -measures Cath see Forfeited of, against Estates. Incumbrances, a division of olics, 1699, 93*, 93. the Archivio Index, on Catholic -attacks Faith 2*. Segreto, in Ireland, 168*. Indulgences 1744, Clement VIII (logha), schools set up by, injurious to insurgent -public Irish plenary, grants to Catholic 169. 279. 1744, Faith, 168*, 1600, 279*, -bill in favour of Catholics in Ireland and Eng pro -permitted 204. to, [1791], 101. 203*, posed land, 1605, 101*, -Catholics revolt prepare Boniface VIII against, -jubilee, proclaims, 208. 1792, 208*, 1300, 303. see Commission Com Grace, decrees of, Innocence, of, 382. of Grace. mission Acts of Parliament in Innocents, see Forfeited favour of, Estates, Statutes. H. the Holy, 325. Innocents, see Congregation of the Inquisition, Headfort Sacred. Collection, 342, 349, 353. Inquisition, -see of Survey and 383. Surveys (books Inquisitions, Distribution). see Committee Inspection, Committee, Hibernia extract con of Inspection. Dominicana, charter schools founded cerning cannot Institutions, Catholic, enjoy 1735 from, 204*, 205. 229. legacies, 1815, 227*, -reference to Thomas de Burgo, Interdict, England under, 1208-14, author bp. Ossory, 330. of, 1776, 215*. see Clergy of G. Britain Internuncio or Flanders, Hierarchy, Brussels in and of Arch to assist abp. of Armagh, Ireland; Clergy 1660, 154*. ; Bishops ; Deans ; Priests. bishops about -arrangements possible High Commission of frMagauran, (?), 1636, 20. repentance 1686, 77*, Historical MSS Commission, 77. English, 388. to send Irish priests -endeavours Historia of Hunt to Highlands of Scotland, c. 1700, Anglorum, Henry 316. ingdon's, 97*, 98. Historia 317. -papal decree about Novorum, oath to Eadmer's, du Histoire Clerge Barruel Government of G. Britain sent by to, 118. cent. [1794], 18, 109*, 109.

94

No.

16?INDEX
Nunciatures ;

OF

SUBJECTS

at papal be indignant 1813 bill, 136*, 137. 230*, 1815-6, question, 275. agus 230, 239, 274*ff, (Ioncuim to attitude of -their in archives papal to piety decision contrary of, 1816, Apostolic Camera, 3*, 3. Ireland 232*. book in Annesley 1560, re measure -veto totally collection, 346, 368, 370f. na h-) 229. Irish to, 1815, 228*, 19, pugnant 16*, (fiireannaigh, with English and -at variance 24*, 30*, 47*-84 110*, 204, passim, 139*. 253ff, Scots, 211*, 237*, 238f, 245, 251*f, -Milner hero of low class of, 1815, 257*, 276, 318, 327, 357. 275*, -see 144. also of Catholics Ireland; 144*, Litta's Ireland. -Card. sympathy with, 144*. Celestine sends Paladius to 1815, -Pope -their 326. stand the, 423, against government, 144. to those indulgence fight 1815*, 144*, -plenary to Holy ing against See, 1600, 1815, Elizabeth, 279*, -attachment 224. 280. 221*, in -memorandum -abhor about educational differences affairs of, 274. [1815], parties 274*, contracting marriage, [1605], to address 101. 101*, reply from, -Pope's 266* for speaking -Irishman 1816, 232*-238*, 238-246, punished ill of queen -their to concessions to of England, attitude 26*, 1639, 26. 265. government, [1816], 264*, -their to enactment of 14. Charles attitude -help I, 1644, 14*, for protection -their of for need conditional emancipation, 1816, 262. eign prince, 260*, 1647, 34*. on alliance -talks in Paris of schism with -dangers among, 1816, 272. 272*, 1648, 35*. Scots, Irish in England, Protestants petition protected by Spanish -English in London, ambassador against serving 1638, 24. under, 1686, 52*, -in 52. 19*. London, 16*, 1634-7, -measures for protection -in of James of armies II, 1688, 67*. 94. to James William III, -gentleman, 1699, 94*, presented II, Irish commissioners 1688, 65*. for, Affairs, in England -arrest and escape 1669, 365. Archaeological Irish 321. Society, of, 1689, 70*, 70. to Catholic -their of the Irish Archaeo -Miscellany loyalty Faith, 152*. 287. logical Society, Irish about misery Caitliceacha -letter (Ridiri Cavaliers, of, 1709, 161*. V of Poland liberate -aid of John Princess sought fiireannacha) from Sobieski for persecuted, Innsbruck, 1719, 1713, 163*. 99*. -their of definition mountain, -officers in Dillon's 357. 1719, 1729-30, regiment, the truth, -not careful about 99*. 1780, -see also Wogan, 217*. Charles. see Colleges. Irish deceased will -Irishman in Rome, Colleges, Irish 388. (an Ghaedhilge), language 1780, 215*. disputed, to -in for favours gratitude London, 16*, 16. ?-Pope's in Vatican 113. 44*. -documents Catholics, in, [1793], 113*, -and denies priest knowledge Mgr. Erskine, 1793, 110*, -arrested 94. 110. of, 1699, 93*, in High -similar would that language spoken they ?-report of Scotland, 98. 112. lands hang him, [1700], 97*, [1793], 112*, -in in Protestant schools to address -children Rome, signatories to Hippisley, to 118*. forbidden speak 178*, 1794, [1745], to Irish in letter to lord 178. -reference Irish lent by Queen to be Grenville money Lords, suppressed, 1794, Elizabeth 116. of England to, 1565, 369. 116*, Irish Manuscripts Commission -disgusted by Quarantotti's letter, na 140*. Laimhscribhinni (Coimisiun [1814], with English, h?ireann), ?-dispute [1814], 280*, 342, 346, 370, 141*. 383, 386ft Record in Irish of letter -remarks against, Commission, 339, 126*. 383f. [1813], 341-349, 358, Milner, 353, Italian Catholic 12*. Relief --and language, 1813, bill, not their attitude of Burke's works by -translation into, approved 119*. 133*. 1794, English Catholics, 127, 127*, would Irish, sanction of veto -and

see also Internuncio, in Brussels. Nuncio 58. Interstices, et Exitus, Introitus subdivision Costas),

No.
in England lady Magauran, 1686, 56*. -monsignori participate 146. 1818, 146*, plot, Italici 327. (Ytalici), Italian

16?INDEX OF SUBJECTS
assists in famous fr King's Bench, see Courts. King's Declaration in Ireland, Court

95

of, of

for Settlement 1660, 378. Ireland, King's Inns 346. Library, Knights of Malta (Ridiri Malta),

26*.

J. Scots in Paris, among Jansenism, 104*. L. 1746, in Lowlands of Scot -Jansenists Land Revenues 104. 370. lands, 1746, 104*, Office, see Forfeited Land 274*. Estates. Jesuits 15f, Tax, (fosachtaigh),in England, -in -enjoy privileges England, 1698, 346. 101. Ireland and Scotland, 380. 1658, Lands, Concealed, 348, 352f, -see C. Hippisley's book Forfeited Estates. -J. against, Landed Estates 146*. Record Office, of Jesuits, of Society 377. -suppression Latin 274. [1815], letters, Papal secretary of, see of Rafele R. Cumainn and Mazio, -general (geinearal Alessio, Latin of those conduct poems, Patrick, bp. of Dublin subject fosa), to, of series of, 314. 156. author 156*, 1074-84, 1668, see Manuscripts. Laud MSS, cent. -in 17, 16, 101. England, -see Clerk, fr ; Corbie, Law Reports (in Annesley collection), 354^357. Ralph. see Penal -in cent. Statutes. Laws; Ireland, 17, 101. Laws, see Forfeited for Irish mission, Estates. -faculties Leases, 101. Legal Catholics seek Profession, 1605, 101*, to Rome memorandum -send right of admission to, [1791], 203*, S. Peter's Church in Water 203. about -see also Judges and Magistrates. ford, 1647, 45*. -not to Legates 10*. certain (Leagaidi), subject see Otto -to ; Ottobonus; 1755, 187*, 187. England, decrees, 17 and -in cents. Card. Reginald. Scotland, 18, Pole, 104. -in 1217, 331. Ireland, 27, 101, 104*, -see to goes magister; Jacobus, -Jesuit Flanders, fr David. Vivian ; Wolfe, 1639, 27. -see also Nuncios. -one local Jesuit, knowing serves sub in High Legations mission language, (Leagaideachtai), of Papal Sec 1670 or 1680, 86*, 86. in archives division lands, -see fr ; Corbie, 9*f. of State, retariat ; Clerk, Ralph Rev. Dr. Timothy 326. ; Davit, Corcoran, Lent, fr ; Letters, collec Book fr; fr; (Annesley Edward, of, Gourdon, fr 345. Gwynn, Aubrey; Netterville, tion), 9*. P. ; Petre, Peter and ;-bishops' fr; prelates', Talbot, 9*. David. -Cardinals', Wolfe, ?? 351f. 325. letters patent, Jews, and 9*. from nobles', -expelled England, 1290, -princes' 9*. -of persons, 296, 336. private see Forfeited 9*. Estates. -of soldiers in Papal Army, Jointures, see Indulgences. Fratrum Communitatis Liber Jubilee indulgence, 321. Irish three Minorum Catholics Kilkennie, Judges, made, Liber of book copy Sententiarum, 1686, 49*, 49. -see Christ 4 in Black of Book also Legal Profession. Church, see Exeter, 292. Richard Justice itinerant, Irish monastic, 285. de. Libraries, see -library of of of abp. Justiciar [Protestant] England, chief, in Chester, 14*. Gilbert de. [1642], Armagh Thornton, see Audeley, Public of Ireland, Justiciars Library, 346,387. -Armagh 9*. de ; Burgo, -Barberini Library, James de ; Barry, David 278. de ; -Bibliotheca Richard de; 278*, Angelica, John Courcy, 278*. William -Bodleian de; Library, Dene, Fitzgeoffrey, 9*. Maurice John; Library, Fitzgerald, -Borghese 9*. Fitzmaurice; Library, -Chigi Geneville, Geoffrey 9*. de; de; -Corsini Stephen Lungespeye, Library, fr P. in Kilkenny of Richard de la; -library Ufford, Rochelle, I Walsh, 1688, 65*, 79*, 79. Robert Alan de la. de; Zouche,

96
Libraries, 279*. library

No.

16?INDEX
Passionei,

OF

SUBJECTS

see Corbie, fr R. ; Duckett, Martyrs, fr John. see Mass 19f, 52, 326. (an tAifreann), -Trinity College Library, celebration Dublin, Trinity College. of, -improper 1668, ?? see Vatican 156. Vatican 156*, Library, duchess of Library. -proceedings against Lingua Perth for hearing, 26*. d'Inghilterra, 1639, 1719, 92*. see Parliament. about House -decree of two celebration of, Lords, Lords and about 361. Masses, Justices, offerings, 1750, -see 182*. sir William. Fitzwilliam, Lord -to Lieutenant be said perpetually for repose (Chief Governor, or Viceroy), of soul of James Lord Deputy 207, 377, Stuart, 1760, 106*, 106. 382. 379f, it a superstitious hold of, 1648, 35*. -English -question -see of 261. marquis Butler, James, 1816, 260*, practice, Thomas; Ormond; of Requests, Butler, Masters 369. 1662, ; Cromwell, George Henry Cadogan, of the Rolls, Master 347. ; Fitzwilliam, ; Fane, Henry John Dutch and sir William sir Edward ; Poynings, ; Merchants, Flemish, to Rinuccini, petition 1645, 40*. Charles; Talbot, Wentworth, Thomas Memoria Istorica ; Yorke, Memoir, per VAnno Philip. see State Memoir for the Office; (Historical Lottery, Lottery 1744, State Irish. 100. year Lottery, 1744), printed, Military temp. Elizabeth, Affairs, M. 358. 368. -accounts, di Camera, Maestro of Col. General Monsignor, 1802, -entertainment, 122*. and other officers, 365. are in Ireland, Magistrates -of officers and many artillery 65. 365. 1688, Catholics, artificers, Magna 293. and entertainments -wages Carta, service due in Ireland, per foreign Mahomettans, 1563, 368. mitted 26. -of lieutenant and 1639, against, garrisons 373. 369. in Ireland, Malt, 1560-64, MS. additional -of officers in Courts, Cus Manuscripts, 4787, 316. Excise and State toms, service, 321. 369. -4789, 1666, _4792 322. 1660 and -establishment, 1562-63, -Cotton 368. 3163. MSS, 1669, 365, A. 319. -?Tiberius -establishment and payments | XI, list, 320. 369. B. XI, -Vesp. 1666, MS -Land to Irish 526, 3213. -military posts, open MS. 293. -Phillipps 4156, Catholics, 1686, 49*. MSS. -Rawlinson 319. filled -many 495, by Catholics, -B. 321. 65. 496, 1688, -? see also Army. -T.C.D. C. 5. 8, 315. MSS, -E. 3. 11, 316, 321. Missionaries (Misinearai), 1740-58, 1. 18, 316, -F. 321. 103. 103*, 3. 20, 321. -E. -in G. Britain and Ireland, pro -E. 4. 6, 321ft to Pope to recall not those posal Lat. 278. -Vat. cent. 4896, approved by Government, 18, 2/8. -Codex Vat. 110. 5964-7, 110*, seek II assists their work, Jesuits Marriage, permission -James con for relaxations in 63. Ireland, 1687, 63*, 101. two Capuchin -in miss [1605], cerning, 101*, England, in consanguinity -relaxations and ionaries 81*. in, 1686, in Ireland, ?-Irish con affinity permitted 1688, missionaries, privileges Absolution 64*, 64. cerning granted to, n.d., not to send 102. -suggested at, promise 102*, to Protestant children -zeal 87*. schools, of, 1679, 1741, 177. in London, 176*, -delay 1686, 90* case of relaxations -in in banns, 91. to receive in Ireland ordained bishops nothing, 1750, -priests 182. make best missionaries, 164*. 182*, 1736, ?-Catholics seek relaxation in penal -and of Catholic provision law against mixed c. 1745, 179. [1791], marriages, schools, 178*, 203. to make them 203*, -proposal Martyrs in England, 84* of Pretender, cent. 1603-77, independent 18, et seq. 110. 109*, of Card.

No.

]6?INDEX

OF SUBJECTS
Nunciatures, nunciature

97

that Missionaries, suggestion should cent. govern, 18, Emperor 110. 109*, -in need Scotland, for, 1687, 58*. -some 97*. arrested, [1700], -1735 (?), 103*. -list 105*. of, 1750, of the Missions (Misiuin), "papers 165. Irish Mission," 165*, 1738, -in 146*. Ireland, of decrees summary by Propa Irish concerning missions, ganda 181f. 1743 and 1753, 181*f, -letter about distribution and of De Missione et Mission reading aries in Ireland, 164*. 1736, 103. -in England, 103*, for mission in Scotland to -priests in Ireland, be sought 1670 or 1680, 86. 85*f, in for mission sought -priests Scotland, [1700], 97*, 98. of -school for benefit going kept in Scotland, mission 1712, 106*, 106. -see also Jesuits. Capuchins, and use of, by Cister Mitre Staff, 44*. 1647, cians, 302. Irish, Monasteries, and -confiscation of, in England 280. 1536, Ireland, 280*, Canons Regular of S. Augustine, -of 1645, 41*. 168*. 1742, Discalced -of Carmelites, 1639, 27. 335. 1279, Money, 120. Morning Post, 1800, in Ireland, definition Mountain, of, 357.

see Brussels, apostolic in and Nuncio in Brussels. -of documents of Irish Tuscany, interest in archives of, 148*. -of documents of Irish Vienna, in archives interest of, 148*. Nuncios 25. (Nunzii), 1*, 10*, or Nuncio in Brussels Flanders, of ordina number limiting rescript tions in Ireland 166*. for, 1742, -instructions about for schooling Catholics sent to, 1743, in Ireland 176. 176*, -letter to abp. of Tuam, 1744, 169*. -to transmit about Kil proposal 171. koman par., 1746, 171*, from abp. of Dublin -enclosure to, 173*. 1748, to be sent to, -(?) reports 1750, 182*. from bp. of Cloyne -letters and Ross, 1765, 210*f. -his about of alleg oath writing iance, 1776, 212*, 212. -letter to Card. Antonelli, 1786, 211*, 216*. -see also Internuncio in Brussels. of Koln letter of Nuncio (?), his for Fran recommendation Irish 1686, 52*, 52. ciscan, to Emperor, circular in his Nuncio sent to Rinuccini, registry 1645, 40*f, 40f. see Grimaldi, Hieronymus. see Adda, Fer in England, Nuncio d'. dinando or Paris in France Nuncio [?=Nicolo letters to, 1646, 32*, 32. Bagni], news of O'Neill's sent to, victory 1646, 32*. and Digby, N. 1646, 37*. news send of to -to Ireland collec National 1647, 33*. Rome, Annesley Library, about aid to Irish Catholics tion received for photographing in, -letter 33*. 339-370 to, [1647], passim. of dean and difficulties financial 361. Navy, see of Fermo, -Treasurer [1647], 34*. Annesley, of, between letter talks his about Arthur. of and dean Montrose Non-Catholics Fermo, (Neamh-Chaitlicigh), 35*. 268*. 1647, 266*, sent to be letter of to Mass and invocation -attitude to, duplicate 261. 1662, 154*, 154. 1816, 260*, Saints, see Rinuccini, in Nuncio to the Church conversion Ireland, -possible Battista. Giovanni 1816, 236*, following Emancipation, of Naples Nuncio 244. (Nunzio Napoli), to be sent to, 1662, 154*, documents -see also Presby Protestants, 154. terians. 160*. to pro 1699, Non-Conformists, meetings see Cesarea, for in Dublin mote abp. of. equality religious na Spainne), in Spain Nuncio 203. Catholics (Nuntio [1791], 202*, and, 25. 2fi7, 292, 313, 316, 334. Normans, of Dr. Saunder letters to. c. 1579, 334. Norwegians, 152. see Donlevy, Notaries Apostolic, 152*, see Tarasso, F. A. in Venice, Nuncio and Mallone, John. Anthony de. of Christ Registrum Novum Church, in Vienna, and attempts to Nuncio 302. 299, 284, c. 1732, Irish aid 9*ff. Nunciatures Catholics, 153*, (Nunziatuiri), 166*. 164. -in 164*, 87*, Brussels,

98

No.

16?INDEX

OF

SUBJECTS

on Irish letter in Vienna, Nuncio affairs to, 1724, 163*. 167*. Nuns (mna riaghalta), to undertake schools for -exhorted c. 1743, 176*, 176. Catholic children, -as 179. [1745], 178*, teachers, to poor Catechism -should teach 180. girls, 180*, [1745],

O. Oath (Mionn), to be taken 13 and 14 G. Ill under 130*, -opinion taken 124*. -proposed Catholics -question -authorship Catholics 217. -oath -oath -oath 137*, by by Catholics c. 35, 124*f, 212ff. 209, on oath to be 1775,

of the General to Registrar see Claims. of Claims, ' 49 ', 380. in Council, setting up Com c. 1671, 351. of Inspection, see Forfeited Estates. Orders, special, no for bishop on Ordination, gift 182*. occasion of, 1750, number of ordin -rescript limiting in Ireland, ations 166*. 1742, -see also Interstices; Priests, Orders. Irish; Religious see Mont master Ordnance, of, gomery, Ordnance Orthodox Ostmen, Outlawrys, Hugh. office Survey, of, 341. Journal, the, 1818, 146. 334. see Forfeited Estates.

IOffice Court \ Officers, Order mittee

209*-213*, of Sorbonne Catholics of Ireland, oath to be 109.

of,

of of

taken b}^ 109*, form of, 1786, 216*. of oath to be taken by cent. Ireland, 18, 217*,

I
i Papal State

R
Phapa), 144*.
(Stat/ Riaghaitas an

c. 32, 142*. Ill -dissension with in 31 G. of Government 143*. for priests, 137*. 1791, Naples, [1814], in act of 33 G. Ill, in The Cork Examiner 137*, -articles 143. about, 142*, 1856, 147*. -see also Popes -oath to be taken by Irish bishops, of ; Secretariat 118. State. 117*, [1794], forced to -Catholics in certain post Papists (Caitlicigh), parliament of, rumour about convening 229. take anti-Catholic, 1815, 227*f, of, 1639, 26. Irish Catholics, -taken 382. [1815], -Innocent, by -see Catholics. 231. 231*, 1816 or forms retention Parishes, of, of, by clergy ap -acceptable [? 145*. to bishoprics, 1820], pointed 1734-1747, on his -Carlo Vizzadelli 172. reports 171*f, -in too large, 167*. Ireland examination of, 1829, 147*. 1743, -see -new entries. in Ireland, following parishes 1750, of Allegiance Oath dfl 182*. (Mionn in -Tuam to be taken about par by Scots dioc, seachta), dispute ishes, c. 1746, 171*, 171. 1639, 27*, 27. Ireland, i Parliament -letter of Card. Barberinus of G. Britain, 126. about, 13*, -see also Government, 156*. British. 1666, of England, acts -to 1681, 88*f, -private king passed in, 345, (?) 88 362. 108. 368. -1708, 108*, -journal of, 1641-58, 365f, over report -oath to George of commiss I, permitted, 130*, -division -to ioners be taken by bishops, 1816, to, 1700, 96*. 247. of Ireland absent from 247*, -viceroy -see and following entries. London until previous opening of, 1713, 98*, Relief 98. Oath Catholic in bill, 1813, 129*, -act charter-schools 136*, 139*f. founding 132*f, -certain in 1735, 205*, 205. in, 1813, 125*. changes passed about oath for -abolition of many acts -proposal special against 125*. 1813, clergy, temp. George Catholics, III, 205*, 206. of Catholics 1813, -opinion about, -Irish 126*. to attend, representatives -Irish new 120. suggest oath, bishops 1800, 128*. bill in, 1814, 136*, -Catholic Relief 1813, 138. 130*. on, 138*, -Quarantotti's opinion -see also Catholic be permitted, 132*. Relief -may Bill, forms proposed -various to satisfy 1813. Government 139*. of bishops alter about -petition [1814], -see two previous to Veto entries. native 259*. to, 1816, et Obligationes Solutiones -Gen. Cath (Oib Fitzgerald supported sub olic Emancipation 146*. agus liogaidi focaidheachtai), in, 1819, in archives of Apostolic na division -House of Commons (Teach I Camera, 3*, 3. gCoitcheann), 117, 360, 372f. 117*,

[

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Parliament King into

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99

to Penal of G. Britain, of first of them, petition Laws, synopsis to recall commission in memorandum, of inquiry 160*. given seek assistance of settlement of Catholics Ireland, 1673, -Irish 3481 160*. Emperor against, 1700, confiscated about -relaxation -petitions of, sought, [1709], 161*. sent to, 1699-1701, land in Ireland --relaxations 202*. in, 1778, 94*, 345. on confiscated sent to -resolutions -debate lord pro about, of Ireland 202*. 96*. lieutenant, 1791, in, [1700], perty -House of Lords na -proposed (Teach relaxations, [1791], to 203. Erskine 203*, monsignor dTighearna), be brought 1773 93, to, 1794, 114*. -abolished, 234*, 236*, -see of Ireland. also Parliament 241, 243. on na -memorandum Parliament of Ireland in (Parlaimeint repeal of, 92*. 114*. Scotland, 1793, h-?ireann), -will be adjourned in (J. Britain without Ire -relaxed and passing 118. enactment Catholics, 1612, land, ri704], 118*, against -attitude of Irish Catholics 85*, 85. to, from James I to, 1613, 126. -messengers |1813|, 126*, -Irish to regard Catholics veto 85*, 85. measure laws Catholics 230. as, 1815, 228*, against -penal still afflict 163*. Catholics in G. Brit 153*, passed, for ecclesiastics -oath 206. ain and Ireland, [1816], 205*, proposed -see 108. also Persecution. 1705, 108*, by, ?? decree 182*. of, 1714, 99*. Penance, about, adjournment 1750, -see edict Absolution -"barbarous ; Confession. of," against of Irish 163*. Persecution, Catholics, 1724, Catholics, bill in favour of Catholics, 20*, 20, 152*, 157*, 154*, -rejects 157, 163*, 209*. 230*. 175*, 175, 227*, 229f, 1792, -of there Catholics in England and Ire dissolved, representatives to attend British after Parliament, land, 1612, 85*. -see also Penal 120. laws. 1800, to Catholics to Petitions beneficial forfeitures -enactments in relating see 261. Forfeited 1816. 260*. Ireland, 1701-04, passed by, na Estates. of Commons -House (Teach see Manuscripts. new act against MS. Phillipps Cath 4156, gCoitcheann), to S. Patrick's 159*. olics passed Pilgrimage, in, 1691, Purgatory of Shrewsbury -duke confers 1638, 25*, 25. prohibited, see Barri, -to with and 15 leading members Rome, Raymondo. speaker Pipe Office, 1658, 365. of, 1714, 99*. c. 1210, 387. Pipe Roll of Ireland, rumour of Papists, about Parliament 26. Pirates, 26*, 26. convening of, 1639, Plot 146. 1818, (Comhcheilg), 146*, Parliamentarians in Ireland, 1646-7, Poll 365. Money, 37. 37*, 32*#, Popes See (An Suidho (Papaf) or Holy near Lim -take of Brinetis castle 1* Naomhtha), 114*, 115, 130*, 37*. 1646, erick, 212*, 139*, 213, 228*, 229, 237*, or truce negotiations in Ireland, Peace 314. 244, 257*, I and Charles between Catholics, on special mission i-Wm, Hollmm 36*, 39*ff. 30*f, 1645, | to, 1208, 297. or nephews chirf cardinal* -1646, 32*, 37*. of, as ' of excommuni of the -question British' protectors king in favour those of Ormond cating doms, 11679], 88*. 88. ? 33*. peace, 1646, schools should bo in founded -Ormond 33*f. 1647, with peace, Scotland the of, authority to make -French peace. 1670 or 1680, 87*. attempts ? reference to power of popo 1647, 34*. in oath of the peace -condemnation to king of England, treaty, of loyalty 1681, 88*. 1647, 44*. of excommunicating -alms for Pretender, question 100*. in favour of truce with baron those -Catholics of G. Britain and Ire 1648, 36*. him on imminent Inchiquin, land should advise treaties cent. Peace 109. 18, 109*, (cursal dangers, Sfothchana), of Papal docree about -publication 9*, 9. Laws of allegiance, Penal Peann oath cent. (Dlighthe 18, 109*, 109. aideacha), 142*, 153*, 160*, 163*ff, to -asked revoke Pretender's 205, 266*. 205*, Catholic of nomination in Church in schools, 1697, -against 177*. 109. cent. 5ower 18, 109*, reland,

100

No.

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Irish, j Priests, 1612,85*,85. -Irish one put to death,

to recall missto Pope Popes, proposal not ionaries govern by approved 110. cent. 18, 110*, ment, 124*. of Pope, -powers 1788, inter of Mgr. Erskine's -fear between Catholics in Eng ference Ireland land and 114*, and, 1794, 115. -see Adrian Adrian IV; III; Alexander Alexander I; II; Alexander Alexander III; IV; Alexander Anacletus; VII; XII XIV Benedict Benedict ; Calixtus Boniface III; VIII; Celestine S.; S.; V, Celestine, Clement Clement Clement II; I; Clement Clement IX; VIII; V; Clement Clement XII; XI; Cletus Clement ; Cornelius, XIII; S. S. ; ; Eleutherius, Egidius Fabianus ; Eugenius (? Sabinianus) Gelasius I; II; Gregory Gregory XIII; X; IX; Gregory Gregory Honorius I; XV; Gregory I III Innocent Honorius ; . III Innocent Innocent IV; Innocent XI; Innocent X;

for priest imprisoned of from letter Propa publication later 1636-7, ganda Fide, liberated, 21. 20*f, -?? in Galway, then imprisoned to France, 157* expelled [1668], 157. for Scottish minis -required c. 1670, 86*. try, to recruit ?.?-endeavours them for mission in Scotland, ; [1700], 98. 97*, -. limitations in ordin certain 166*. ations, 1742, ordained to -newly priests to Ireland, 182*. return 1750, inter Government -possible in their appointment, ference ; 1816, 262. ; 260*, State -.-suggested salary for, 262. 1816, 260*, -rewards Govern given by to apostate ment ; (sagairt priests aithchreidmheacha), 1815, 227*, 229. on -Irish priest continent, in letter from Mainz reference Innocent XII; John I; John IV ; to, 14. Leo I; Leo X ; Leo 14*, 1644, Julius III; -in England, 24. Martin V; Nicholas III; XII; 1638, 24*, -in London, Irish priest much Nicholas IV ; Paul IV ; Paul V ; out by Irish because Pius VI; Pius VII ; of his sought Pelagius II; IX ; Sabinianus of Irish Pius VIII ; ; Pius knowledge language, 1635, II or I ; Sixtus II ; Stephen 16f. Sixtus III ; Sylvester, S. ; Telesphorus 24*. ; -1637-8, VII to Ambass Urban ; Victor I, S. ; Zozimus, -chaplain ador of France, S. 17*, 17. 1635, see -.-see in England, -agents papal, Archer, Bartholomew. ; ; Erskine, Monsignor Conn, George -one Carlo. for ; Rossetti, Gregorio Panzani, imprisoned to Princes, of briefs certain -secretary celebrating marriage, 1637, 22*. 1715, see Batelli, Archbishop. ?? of Latin letters -scandalous behaviour to, see secretary Rafele. Alessio, of, 1637, 22*, 22, 24*, 24. -see also Cardinals State -those to ; ; Papal disengaged return to their province, of State. Rome ; Secretariat 1686, 56*, 56. 120. 1800, Poplin, Irish, -?52. 1686, 52*, see Forfeited Estates. Port Corn, -in a Irish Paris, priest see Forfeited Estates. over student Postings, difficulties at Sorbonne, of his dissertation, Order dedication of, 328. Premonstratensians, 1686, 50*, 50f, 71*, 74*, 74, 81*, 81. Presbyterians (Presbiotairigh), -three arrested in to gain priests religious equality, attempts Ireland, 1699, 93*, 94. 1792, 207 *f, 207f. -.? ? secular see Non also (sagairt shaoghalta), Non-Catholics; as candidates for episcopacy, 153*. conformists. to abp. of ?.-complaints 177. 176* [1748], Priesthood, 154*. Armagh about, 1660, 1636. Priests -see persecution of, (Sagairt), also ; Killaloe Clergy 20. dioc. for priests in Scottish -necessity Parish Priests, (sagairt phar6iste), 1670 or 1680, 86*f. to speak mission, instructed Protes against duchess of against c. 1735, tant -proceedings 1743. schools, 174*5, for assisting, 92*. Perth 1719, ?-negligence of, 1744, 168*, ?? dissolute in London, priests 1637, 168. 22f. 22*f, of Catechism -and teaching -two imprisoned to Catholic c. 1743, priests [in children, 178*, 94. 1699, 94*, London], 179. see previous 182. Irish, entry. Priests, 182*, -1750,

No.
Priests, Primacy

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Propaganda about Butler] letter abp. -letter

101

see also Clergy. Parish, of Ireland, between dispute and abp. of Dublin, abp. of Armagh 159*. 1672, 163*. -question of, 1719, see Stewart, fr. -1737, 183. -primates, 1751, 183*, Catholic Cait (Prionnsa! Princes, their aid against Protes liceacha), in Ireland tant schools sought c. 1743, 180*. -?? for Catholic aid founding in Ireland schools from, 1750, 182*, 183. -statement about Veto ques 274. tion sent to, [1815], 274*, in election of -their influence 242. 1816, 235*, bishops, 23. -ministers of, 1637, -Christian Crfos (prionnsa! for Irish to be sought daidhthe), help 163*. from, 1718, (prionnsa -foreign prince of seeking pro iasachta), question 35*. tection 1648, of, to letter of -non-Catholic, bp. of bishops about nomination Breslau by, 1748, 233*, 239. influence in nomina -their 242. tion of bishops, 1816, 235*, of Dublin province, 1339, 312. commissioner English, Prisoners, 121. to Paris gone about, 1801, Privy 369. Council (an Chomhairle), to Acts of -volumes relating 347. Settlement in chamber of, 66 [?], 366, 379f. -[Privy], of Ireland, -discusses affairs 1686, 55*, 55. -clerk of [Privy] Council, 1670, see or Sir William. Sir Paul Davys, 361. Prizes of Williamite wars, of of VII James Proclamation, 60*. Scotland, 383. -of 1699, 311. Procurations, of Dublin province, Procurators, 312. 1339, see Purcell, in Rome, -procurator James. Propaganda Colleges Propaganda tion of Comhdhail Fide, in Rome. College of, see Priors

memorandum Fide, concerning [James of Cashel, 217. 217*, about dispute and bishops between to, 1739,

Augustinians 167*.

-letter about over dispute in archbishopric of Tuam, parishes 168*. 1743, -letter of bishops of Ireland of about selection and bishops 170*. dignitaries, 1745, -decree division of about c. disputed parishes, 1746, 171. 171*, -former of practice filling vacant sees on recommendation of, 172. 1747, 172*, of schools for -and founding 182. Catholics, 1750, 182*, -letters from bp. of Raphoe these to, 1751, 196*f, 183*, 197-201, 199*f. -decree about dispute between and Canons abp. of Tuam 187. Regular, 1755, 187*, to bp. of Ossory, -letter 1776, 211. 211*, -extract of letter to abps. of 143. Ireland, 143*, 1791, to same about -letter oath to be taken by them, [1794], 117*, 118. -measures to be taken when news about seminaries in Ireland and 117. England 1794, 117*, reach, of English Fran -question 147. ciscans [? cent. 19], 147*, -memorandum from co of Dublin bp. adjutor to, [1814], 136*, 275*. -vicars of England apostolic Scotland seek and direction of, about Relief Catholic Bill, 1813, 127*. -decisions taken after of theologians on receiving opinions Catholic Relief 134*. Bill, 1814, -and election of successor to Dr. 270. Power, 1816, 270*, -Cardinals of, letter to, about between and dispute Augustinians 167*. bishops, 1739, -letter of of bishops Ireland about selection of bishops and dignitaries, 170*. 1745, 0f Raphoe asks -Dp, for revocation of bull concerning of Raphoe, deanship [1751], 199*, 201. -Particular of Congregation ar (Comhdhail leith), 134*f, 134f, . 137*. of H. Mac -nomination as abp. Mahon of Armagh, 1715, 162*. -decree about of bp. 161*. Kildare, 1715,

Sacred Congrega Fide, Gheinearalta, (Comhdhdil 64*, Naomhtha), 23*, 278. 278*, 103*, 135*, 80*, -archives 135*, (cartlann), 183. 183*, con of -grant privileges 102*. absolution n.d., by, cerning to, about Augus -complaint in Limerick, tinians [cent. 17], 153*. fr Paul Hares, -order about 1636, 20. of priest for -imprisonment 20f. of letter 1636, of, publication from abp. of Armagh -letter to be forwarded to, 1679, 87*.

102

No.

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in Ireland, Protestants committee

on be tolerated might in 1813 Bill, 1813,130*. of in selection -safeguards for, on Pro Catholic 136*. to, -report bishops, testant schools in on Eman to proposals Ireland and -agreeable to be taken, counter-measures 246*. 1743, cipation, 1816, 175. conversion 174*i, -possible following of report 244. -abridgement 236*, ?? Emancipation, on Church in Ireland, successors in England, of Cecil to 168*. 1744, 168. be, 1612, 85*, 85. -.?? about Catholic marries -Protestant arrangements fund for Catholic in Ire education lady in London, 1637, 22*, 22. 179*. from those in Eng land, [1745], -petition of decrees lish Army, -summary 1686, 52*, 52. about Irish mission, -successors to Queen revised Anne 1743, and 1811 must 108. confirmed, 1750, 181*f, be, 1705, 108*, Rector letter Protestants -Cardinal of, (Eiricigh, Heretics, in Tuam about in Ireland, disputed parishes Protastuin) 69, 70*, 174*, 168*. 214. 1743, province, 183*, 208*, 213*, see Antonelh, II persuaded to confirm -prefects of, -James Leonardus Antonio them in their holdings, ; Barberini, ; 1686, 55*, 55. Petrus; Castelli, Caprano, Joseph --have to practice their relig Maria; Urbanus; Cerri, Cibo, right Di ion privately in Irish Army, Eduardus; Michael; Pietro, 1687, 62. Laurentius; Litta, 62*, Petra, -in Parliament of Ireland send Vincentius; Yalenti-Gonzaga, to James Silvius. 85*. messengers I, 1613, see a Pro -arrested priest formerly pro-prefects, Capponi, Card. 94. Cardinal; 1699, 93*, Quarantotti, testant, to aid financial -give Joannes schools, Baptista. c. 1735, -Secretariat 173*. (Runaidheacht), c. -schools letter of Armagh about to, from, belonging 1735, abp. 162*. 183. 174*, 174, 178*, 179, 1715, 182*, c. 1745, Catholic about -letter persecu -exploit poverty, 163*. 179. in Ireland tion 179*, from, 1718, - ? ? over Catholic to be sent to -and letter dispute parish of of Armagh and Dublin Stranorlar, 1751, 193, abps. from, 191*, 163*. 200. 199*, 1719, .-letter about brief for -enumeration 205. of, 1731, 205*, of Kildare many churches, from, 1715, -building 1815, bishopric 161*. 223. 220*, -see -secretaries also non-Catholics. of, see Cavalieri, Protestant Carolus Church Silvius de; A.; (an Fabroni, Eaglais 130*f. I Phratastunach), ; Lercari, Nicolaus; Ingoli, signore ?? see also Church, Established. Dionisius; Monti; Massari, Protestant Religion (an Creideamh Quarantotti, Joannes Philipus; Silvius ; Yalenti-Gonzaga, ; Baptista Pratastunach), 22t 67*, 67. Felix. -not in Irish Antonius Zandodari, practised openly 174* through education, Army, 1687, 62*, 63. Proselytism, Protestantism 174. (an Phratastunacht), 140*. in Protestant 132*, schools, -practised Catholic Relief bill 223. 1815, 220*, favours, 136*. of Ireland Protection [1814], (cosaint, -Government's to draw intention 34*ff. 1647-8, didineoracht), Catholics of 136*. towards, [1814], against -protest appointment of 88*. in Catholic clause certain [1679], -question protector, about of Car Relief bill, [1814], 139*f. selection -proposal see Byrn, coun for protection Protonotary of these dinals Apostolic, cent. 109. Patrick. George; Fitzsimons, tries, 18, 109*, *' see Forfeited for Estates. three Proxies, -Cardinal-protectors " Record Public chief British Kingdoms Office, 284, generally 339, 1679 (?), 88*, 88. 388. 342, 345, 347, 351, 370-373, cardinals, -see of trustees Card. -records of forfeited Antonio; Barberini, Card. estates in, 371-373. Corsini, Caratfa, [Card.]; of survey -books and distribution Nereo; Card.; Livizzani, Marius. Card. Marefoschi, in, 370f, 373. Pro Guide -Wood's Protestants to, 345. (Eiricigh, Heretics), to the A Short Guide tastuin 16, 133*. 143*f, 143, 173*, -Murray's Public Record 268*. 343. 206, 236*,244, 266*, Office, 206*,

Propaganda Fide,-decree about ecclesiastical affairs 167. 1743, 167*,

No.
Record 342??. records, -deputy keeper, -see Records.' 27. Puritans, -still in Ireland, Public Office, 349,

16?INDEX OF SUBJECTS
public 370f. Religious Capuchins Discalced

103

1646,

37*.

Q 350. 342, 345, Quit Office, -two sets of books of Survey and in possession Distribution formerly of, 349. 365. Quit 350-2, 361, Rents, -commission for abatement of, 351. 1676, appointed, rent 352. reducement -quit rolls, Rent

R.

see Manuscripts. Rawlinson MSS., in Protestant schools Reading, subject c. 1735, in. Ireland, 174. 173*, -Catholics should be taught, by 175. regular 1743, 174*, clergy, see Receiver of general Ireland, Arthur. Annesley, Receivors of 365. Christopher; 1659, Carleton, Ireland, Keightly, to be returned to Berming Thomas ; Ogle, Samuel; Roberts, Records, ham Tower, 383. Francis; Southwell, South, John; 1669, -see sir also Van Public Record Thomas; Stone, Office; John; Bartholomew. State Homrigh, Papers. Rogation 327. day, Redemption, Equities of, see Forfeited of Association, Rolls Estates. 383. Romish Reformation 279. (an tAthru Treason, 279*, Creidimh), Irish Royal 346. 275. Academy, 10*, 275*, of Survey -books 2. and Distribution Regesta, Avignon, -of 2*. the Briefs, in, 350, 352, 354, 370. -of the Lateran, 8*. of the suppliche 8* 2. S. -Vaticana, Religious at meeting Equality, secure for Belfast to in English of Saints, Irish, proper Catholics, 103*. breviary, [1791], 202*, 203. to promote, of England and in Dublin 105* -, -meetings Ireland, 105. for Catholics and Non-conformists S. Isidore, 203. College 202*, of, see Colleges. [1791], -see S. John, also Religious Brethren Toleration. the New of, outside Religious 286. in Ireland and Gate, Dublin, Orders, and SS. Sisto 146. brothers of England, 146*, 1818, Clemente, -? see Dominicans. 101* for, 1658, privileges see Forfeited 101. Estates. Salaries, -in 100. and Ireland, 34*, Saracens, capture Jerusalem in Dublin 329. Holy 1187, -priors province, Cross, -Damietta 312. returned 1339, to, 1221, 331. for students to -capture Louis IX of France, -permission 1250, receive orders outside usual 332. time, 153*. conversion 327. [1622], Saxons, of, 776, -member liberated 173 et seq.t 227*, 229. 173*, of, by Schools, -see also Hospitals. of Queen of England, petition 1637, see 22. -subjects in, Agriculture; wear -members their Catechism; of, English language; habits 62. Reading ; 1687, 62*, Scripture ; openly, Sewing ; Tracts in London, -friars ; ; Spinning Trades; (braithre), 1686, 74*. Woollen 48*, 60*, industry; Writing.

? see Benedcitines Orders, Calced and ; Carmelites, Carthusian ; Order; Fran Cistercians; Dominicans; ciscans Premonstraten ; Jesuits; and Hospitallers sians ; Templars ; Trinitarians. -see also of England; Clergy of Ireland. Clergy in Ireland, Religious Toleration, 1645, 29*. -for in Scotland, 1638 Catholics 25*. -see also Religious Equality. see Forfeited Crown Rent, Estates, and Quit Rents. Rents 1503 and 1518, 387. Kildare, Rentals, Rent Rolls, 352, 365. of [? 1816 Rescript a, reconsideration or I820J, 145*. 368. $58, 365f, Revenue, -books in Ireland concerning, 1560, 346, 371. and -vols, vice-treasurer by 364, 369ff. 1663-66, receiver-general, -arrears of revenue, 365. -see Forfeited Estates. re Commissioners of, documents over sale of forfeited estates handed 345. ?? to, 1703, -see Richard ; Bucknall,

104
Schools, great -resolutions for Catholics, -relaxation

No.

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-see Scots,

Colleges of, c. 1670, see Colleges. Catholics of G. Britain and of Catholics Ireland; Scotland; Scotland. Covenanters; texts Book Scriptures, from, in Black post 1778, of Christ 286. Church, -Charter dan (Cart-scoltachai), -use in Protestant of, schools, to Catholic gerous Faith, [1816], 223. 1815, 221*, 205. 205*, Seal of England, 164*. Great, in Hibemia ?-reference to, of Ireland, Seal Privy, [1687], 59*, 205. Dominicana, 204*, 59. should in -Lord be founded see Annesley, ?-Catholic, Privy Seal, 1670 Scotland with papal authority, Arthur; Arundell, Henry. or 1680, 87*. Secret Committee, 1794, 117. or Secretary laws passed Secretariat of State, against, -penal Office of [Papal] 176*. (Oifig an Riinaidhe 1697, 10*. in Ireland Stait), to be -bishops -note about affairs of Ireland, to provide, 167. 1743, helped 167*, 163. 1724, 163*, -should be and provided to Monsignor -letters Emaldi 177. should be gratis, [1743],. 176*, from, 1745, 1747 (? 1741), 169*, be ??-should undertaken 172*. by or nuns, -instructions regular [1743], 176*, clergy about schooling 177. sent to Ireland for Catholic children on danger brief c. 1743, 176*, 176. ?-Protestant, of, by, 180*. -Cardinal Riinaidhe [1745], sought (C&irdional ,-Catholic attend 114*. apprentices Stdit), 1793, of Protestant -memorandum from ing schools masters, J. C. 179. not endangered, [1745], 178*, Hippisley to, [1793], 111*, 111. of ^1,000 income on Veto fr R. -letter from -yearly for, 246. [1735], 173*, 173. to, 1816, 246*, Hayes of poor Catholic mem of Ireland, -prosclytism -protector children 223. about convent of S. in, 1815, 220*, orandum of in Merulana, -Incorporated Society Matthew 273*, [1814], Pro for promoting Dublin English 273. Schools in Ireland testant to be sent to (Cumann -orders letters Cliath Bhaile Atha fr Fontana, 272f. Ionchbrparaithe 1816, 272*, ? a Gallda le scoltacha Pratastunacha to ?-direction about letter i n^irinn), cinn chur chun lord Grenville, 116. [1733], 1794, 116*, 173. to Erskine 173*, -Mgr. promises his letter, 116*. rewarded Catholic, Schoolteachers, 1794, reply-to ? -? for seducing letter from J. C. Hippisley children by Government 119*. Catholic from to, 1794, 1815, 227*, Faith, -letters from C. 229. Erskine, 121*f. 92*. Scots 1801, (na hAlbanaigh), 34*, letter from R. Fagan -nobles ?-(?), captured by Edward to, I, 1801, 122*. 1296, 296. -?? audience in Ireland, to be for Lt. -and oath of loyalty papal 123*. taken by, General 1639, 27*, 27. Doyle, 1802, -?? of T. 37*. letters -.-1645-6, Jackson to, 30*, 122*f. to be oath of loyalty -in 1802-3, England, of British -letter minister to taken by, 1639, 27. ?? of Sardinia 123*. King to, 1802, of, exhibited, petition 1640-41, ? -see Lercari, Nicolaus. 13f. see Consalvi, -enter -pro-secretary, England, 1644, 15. Hercules. about proposal exchange -prisoner, of State Secretary in Ireland, Earl for a Jesuit, 15*. 1644, of in Paris about alliance with under -talks a, Henry Anglesey 35*. 341. Cromwell, 1648, Irish, ? ? -see sir Francis noblemen Cath ; Lane, turning Annesley, amongst, sir George; 58*. Thomas; Sheridan, 1687, olic, see Trevor, in London to report to -in sir John -officers ; England, sir Francis. 96. their regiments, Windebank, 1700, 96*, ?? in Paris, and Secretum 288. Secretorum, Jansenism, 1746, see Forfeited 104*. Estates. Securities, to Seditious held lower address to Meetings, by -signatories class 118. 113*. in Rome, [1793], Catholics, 1794, Hippisley on Veto -at with Irish variance Sees, 1647, vacant, (Chiese vacanti), 139*. 44*, 44. question, need 169. for, 168*f, about founding schools 183. 1750, 182*, of penal laws against, 203. 202*,

No.

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105

Sees in Ireland, 155*. Statutes and Acts, private acts, 1688, Seminaries (Cl&r-cholaisti), 109*, 109. 345, 362. to establish of Killaloe made -report plans by sub-commissioners -bp. a seminary, in appendix to 18th report of Irish 1688, 65. in Paris Record -Scots 343. seminary (Colaiste Commission, na nAlbanach), 106. Ball report 106*, -special on, by Wm. -in done nothing 1821, 343. Ireland, yet of English about the two, 116. of acts 1794, -transcripts 116*, to -when Parliament certain relating established, forfeitures, Catholic 360. teaching steps to safeguard acts of many to be taken, 117. -abolition 1794, against 117*, when -in temp. George England, III, Catholics, 205*, established, to safeguard 206. certain measures Cath -act to be taken, for the speedy olic teaching and effectual 1794, 117*, of adventurers satisfaction 117. for lands . . . in Ireland Sequestrations, 1653, 337. 1660, 368. -act Settlement of Ireland, 365. charter schools founding 1660, in 1735, 205*, 205. -declaration for, 1660, 366. passed of Chas. of -Statute the -temp. II, compendium Exchequer (?, 293. documents 348. date), relating to, see Statutes, -act Acts of Settlement of Explanation, >j382, 378ff, . and 384. Explanation. -see also acts to Catholic Sewing of Settlement taught girls by 179. and nuns, [1745], Explanation. 178*, 368. -Forfeited 12 11 and Shipping, Estates, to crews W. c. 2 passed 8. 1698, $4. -standing interrogations Ill, 345f. in Waterford, seized of ships temp. -of George II, 356. Gloucester, 1278, 293. to an -Statutes of Pope of Jewry, 293. escape 1274-78, -planned -of 120*. English [1800], Kenilworth, 1266, 293. ship, -see -of also Themis de Bourdeaux, 300. Marlborough, 293, 1267, -of La ; Try all, The. Merton, 1236, 293. on the, in Black of Resumption, treatise Book -act 362. Sibyl, -Les 288f. Estatuts de Religiun, of Christ Church, 1279, see of 293. Clerk the, 1648, Signet, -De Viris sir Francis. 293. Annesley, 1279, religiosis, ne amplius -contra religiosos Redemption of, see Thompson, Slaves, emerent N. Rev. 335. terras, 1280, -act 137*. of Settlement, Slave Trade, 377-379, 381f, 384. Society for promoting schools, [1733], see Schools, -instructions embodied Protestant. in, of 352. Society 350, (Cumann Jesus fosa), see Jesuits. to -commissioners enquire 383. into working of, 341. Soldiers, 378f, see Temple, -acts of Settlement Solicitor and Explana John. General, of of 348ff. Faculty tion, Sorbonne, reply to certain 346f. Theology -proceedings under, questions, to upset settle 124*, 124. [1806], -attempts of Ireland ment I 348. 1638, 25. under, Spaniards, ?? 12*. Spanish of Westminster I, 1275, 293, 335. language, to Irish girls by nuns, -ofi Spinning Westminster 301. II, 1300, taught -of 179. 301. [1745], Winchester, 1285, -see also No. 278. Stampati Vat. Catholic Parliament; 4366, bills Relief Lottery State ; penal laws. Office, Government, see Strafford 120. Survey, Survey, State Strafford. Lottery Office, Irish, [1800], Irish priest 120. in Sorbonne Student, as, 369. State 81*. Officers, 1686, 1666, Generale 347. Studium State in Dublin, Papers, peti Acts of Parliament, of Dublin Statutes tion of abp, and about, 1312, 151f. 343. 151*f, 301, see Iconium. to H. F. Berry's Statutes and Sultan of Iconium, -ref. see Forfeited Summons and A cts of the Parliament Ordnances book, 1700, 343. Estates. 287, of Ireland, in of -series important, 4*, 8f. Suppliche, copied Book of Christ 377-382. 293. Black Church, Surveys, in Irish House of Commons -act -Civil Survey, 341f, 350-353, to English transmitted 386, 388. 380-383, 377, Government, 159*. I 381, -barony 1691, books, 343,

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< TKi,AbuKi?R, see Fitzwilliam, Vice Vjounafor barony sir Surveys,-source William. books in Annesley ary descriptions see Fitzwilliam, Treasurer at wars, 350. and Distribution, of Survey sir William. 381. -Strafford Survey, of Limerick, Treaty 159*f. and Distribution Survey (or Dis freedom promised under, books set), -religious of, (Annesley tribution), 177*. 364, 373. 341f, 344, 347, 349-354, c. 1636, see High Com Tribunal, -co. Antrim, 342. mission. -co. 350. Tipperary, Trinitarians Rev. (?) see Thompson, -books of 341f, (Headfort set), N. 358. 349, 351, of war Tryall, 349. private ship The, of (Auditor-General's), -books 356. 1744, in Kilkenny -books of (set formerly 354. Castle), U. Irish Academy, -books in Royal of Unigenitus, writings Constitutio, 349, 352ft fr Campbel 343. against, 105*, 105. 1750, -books of (act of Settlement), Act of, 120*f. Union, -books of (Vice-Treasurer's Office), in of -changes King 358. England's style following, 1801, 366. ! 1656, Surveyor-General, 121*. -see sir Allan. Broderick, about arrangement University, 383. -office of, 3773, a, in Dublin, founding 1312, 151*f, -Civil 353, in, 350, Survey 151f. 383. -Catholics seek establishment of, collection), -(Headfort 1791, 203*, 204. 353. of Catholic Universities in -replies held synod Synod, provincial on question to Pitt of papal powers, 1339, 312. Dublin, 124*. [1806], 386. -of Louvain, T. -National of Ireland, University into 386. tax on tallow imported Tallow, 96. from Dublin, Ireland, -University College, England 386. of Order Templars and Hospitallers, -of 387. 329. Sheffield, 1183, confirmed, 66*. -of 290. -arrest Oxford, of, 1307-8, see Sorbonne. for French -Sorbonne, king -proceeding -see Studium Generale. 1308, 290. against, into conduct of, ??inquiry 1310, V 290. in Ireland, Valuations interests -The under (various paper Templars see Forfeited sale of forfeited 290. lands), by H. Wood, Estates. master Chief Teutonic Order, of, an Uird 327, Teuton Vandals, (Ard-mhaighistir Vatican Archives Irish sought an (Cartlann aigh), aid for persecuted 1-280. 163*. Vatican), from, 1700, de Bourdeaux, 1*-12*. Themis -general description La, a French of, -main divisions of, 2*. 1744, 356. ship in Kinsale, aux I of ?-Gisbert Brom's to Edward Guide Tithes, granted du Vatican, Archives 336. 1291, 2, 11, 84. England, -see 368. Carl Russell; Fish, 1660, Pretis, -impropriate, see For or impropriate, Petrus Dominicus de. -forfeited Library an Estates. Vatican feited (Leabharlann use of, in Protestant Vatican), 3*, 280*. Tracts, schools, -see 223. Manuscripts. 1815, 221*, Veto in Annesley 124* collection (an Urghaire), question papers Trade, to, 348. 142*, 139*, 146*, 248*, 256, relating 259*, in 275. Trades 263f, 264*, 275*f, taught (arti mecaniche), on c. -resolutions of Irish schools in Ireland, Protestant bishops 174. 1735, regal, 1799, 128*. 173*, see Connacht on pro Trans of Irish bishops -opinion Transplantation, 1808, 128*. posals about, Project. plan tatign see -no in question, 129. Transport Forfeited longer Service, 1812, that Pope must Estates. -all agreed yield 28. of England, 133*. Treasurer power of, [1813], 1639, of Ireland, -Milner Irish for their attacks Treasurer 1636, see Boyle, 126*. Richard. to, [1813], opposition see Annesley, -method of 130*. of the Navy, Treasurer exercising, be permitted, 132*. Richard. Arthur ; Boyle, -may

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in other states of, 132*. examples Veto, of -arguments supporters of, 136*. [1814], of in favour -Catholics of Ireland as means of Emancipation, 137*, 137. will not agree to anything -Pope 140*. positive, [1814], -?? an Irish affair, in origin and pro 142*. gress, 1815, in Ireland would Catholics -many it outright, 142*. 1815, ?? reject of Veto final measures, object 229. 1815, 228*, Irish Catholics to -address of Pius VII 1815, 274. against, 274*. [1815], -arguments against, on veto if brief of schism -danger were 276. 276*, published, [1815], in lieu made -certain proposals 247*. of, 1816, to Irish bishops -Pius VII writes on, 1816, 250*. in Cork about, [1818], -meeting 146. 146*, -see Church also Catholic ; Cath olic Clergy. Vicars in Ireland, 1668, 155*. of Armagh seeks abp. -apostolic, 156*. of, 1667, appointment of dioc. Cloyne -vicar-general, and Ross, 1765,211*. see Kelly, -of dioc. Clonfert Daniel. see ?-of dioc. Dublin, Patrick; Rodyerd, Fitzsimons, William. -. see 0{ dioc. Kilmacduagh,

Killyne, James. Vicars Apostolic (Bhiocairi Aspalda) of G. Britain, 243. 236*, about absolution, 102*, -privileges W. 102. ?? on Relief direction Bill, require in England, War Civil 127*. cath (Cogadh 1813, i Sasana), of Irish 13*. with ardha -disagree opinion War on Veto and Colonies, question, 1815, secretary of, 1814, bishops see Bathurst, 224. William. 222*, see Forfeited to satisfy Government Estates. Warrants, -proposal and Weights text about 247. in 247*, Measures, of, [1816], loyalty ?? of Christ Black address Book of Catholic nobility to, 298, Church, 305. 127*. 1813, on memorandum 134. ??resolutions Wines, 131, of, 131*, import of, 369. and [c. 1666], Troy against -complaints Woods Office 133*. 342. etc., Milner, of, London, 1812, a Woollen Vicars Apostolic in (Bhioc&irf Aspalda) Industry, subject schools 141. c. in Ireland, in England, Protestant 126*, 140*, 174. of regular 1735, 173*, clergy to, -subjection of Error, Writ v. Waller, Clement 103. 103*, [1740-58], to England action Bill to Catholic Relief -attitude brought by, 356. a in Protestant and Veto Writing, 275*, question, 126*3, subject c. 1735, in Ireland, schools 275. 173* 174. them and between -disagreement be taught, -Catholics should 142*. Milner, 136*f, by between of -di3erence regular clergy, 1743, 174*, 175. opinion them and Irish bishops, 132*f, 136*f, 142. 142*, -to of papal be informed Y. decision, 327. Ytalici, [1814], 135*. |

see Vicars Vicars Apostolic Apostolic, of Great London and Britain, Scotland. of London, -Vicar notes Apostolic of letter to, 1793, 114*, 114. -10 of informed King keep of Pope, 131. affairs 131*-134*, -?. at consecration (?) assistant of d'Adda, 1687, 90*. -see Brown Bcrington. Charles; to Vicars (printer Apostolic), Poter B. ; Douglas, Collingridgo, William ; Milner; John; Gibson, Richard. John; Smith, Vicars Apostolic (Hhiocairi Aspalda) in Scotland, on direction require Relief 127*. Bill, 1813, of -Vicar Apostolic Edinburgh letters 104*f. from, 1750, -see Vicars of G. Britain ; Apostolic Mac Donald, Al[anuB]; Hugh. see Lord Viceroys of Ireland, Lieu tenant. Vice-Treasurer's 358. Office, -vice-treasurer and receiver-gen see Annesley, Arthur and eral, sir William. Fitzwilliam, View 365. Book, 1663, see Bossu, Arnoldo. Vincentians, to Irish Visitor Cistercian houses, 319. 1227, Visitor Apostolic (Fiosruightheoir on his Ireland. Aspalda), report 168*. 1744, Visitor General sent to Ireland, 1227 and 1229, 319. Visitation in Cloyne and Ross dioc. 2l0*f. 1765, general, Vitae extracts from Sanctorum, in Black of Book unidentified, Christ 292. Church,

ANALECTA
No. Proceedings of

HIBERNICA
17 Society of United

the Dublin Irishmen

INDEX
A
of, 61, 117. 8, merchant, Adamson, William, of the James, Secretary Agnew, Bell, United Irishmen of of Society 56, 64, 72, 90, William, tailor, 69. 140. Templepatrick, 138, Alderman of Skinner's Ally, 4, 8, 10, 15. Bellwood, Robert, clothier, 15, 16, 27, 73, 87, 89. cotton Bennett, Thomas, 11. [prob.] Allen, dyer, Christopher, 64. merchant, 55, 64. Alley, barrister, Peter, 34. 31, 33, 38. America, Beresford, family, see Berford, An doe, John. tanner, 45, 49. John, John, see Berford 15. Beresford, Andrews, Thomas, John, John. Francis Charles -John Claudius, banker, Annesley, Annesley 96, 97. 1st carl of, 33, 34. snuff manufacturer, 23. John, Berford, Antrim, County, 27. 142. Anythingarian Society, 36, 45, 48, 49, Irishmen of United 55. Betagh, Society Matthew, Ardee, woollen-draper, Alderman and Bevan, Henry, of, 40. 45. 130. merchant, Ardill, J., attorney, 90. 90 Bible, John Armstrong, merchant, [?], cotton merchant, James, 141. silk-weaver, 14, 21, Binns, George, ironmonger, Arnold, William, merchant, -John, 11, 27, 90. 22, 24, 41, 55, 85, 133. Thomas Talbot, John Birch, public Ashenhurst, presbyterian Ledlie, 33. 134, 129, minister, notary, 7, 47, 50, 66, 109. Bird, James, Drogheda, 135, 141. 49. 42. clothier, Birmingham, Asken, Matthew, of the Robert of the Friends Association Black, presbyterian minister, 84. and peace, 33. Constitution, Liberty Blennerhasset, clothier, 55, 142. Harman, barrister, Atkinson, William, 49. Seneschalstown, 137, 140. Peter, 56, 62, 64, 108, Aylmer, 9, Oliver, Bond, Aylward, 17, 19, woollen-draper, woollen-draper, James, 38, 39, 43, 46, 48, 49, 59, 61, 64, 67, 10, 13, 19, 22, 35, 37, 39, 46, 48, 49, 138. 70, 74, 75, 81, 82, 84-7, 90, 91, 97, 98, 137, 57, 132, 134, grocer, 115, 117, 119, 121, Aylward, Patrick, 101, 104, 107-9, 48, 64. 128, 131, 133,135, 123, 125,127, 138, 142. B 140, 130. BONHAM'S, 93. Botany 7, 9, 11, 15, Bay, Thomas, tailor, Bacon, see Burke, John, John. Bourke, 42, 43, 51, 56, 72, 74, 77, 90, 132, 130. Bradley, John, 136, 138, 140. 134, 48. .-91. Brady, Hugh, apothecary, 142. 48. Robert, Baird, Samuel, pin-manufacturer, 91. Peter, cardmaker, 49, 64. Notary public, John, Barber, Samuel, 33. Barton, Bayly, Beasly, Beddows 130. William, Notary public, 130. attorney, Joseph, 107. Samuel, Dollymount, Thomas, [Beddoes], 121. physician, presbyterian minister, Brassington, 64. Richard, land-surveyor, and stufl Belfast, 26, 34, 46, 58, 66, 67, of United Irishman Society 18, 19, 34, 40, 45, 46, 94. John, 56, 61.

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Robert, Bray, poplin 45. merchant, Breast [? pun on Brest] silk Edward, Brennan, manufacturer, 29, 48.

fleet, 23. and worsted

108

INDEX
Brook, -Edward, Brooke, Brown, Browne, College, Mr. 19. 136. Edward. silk-dyer, 12, see Brook, Edward,

109

of carriages Carleton, Oliver, Register on the police estab and accomptant of Dublin, lishment 51, 71, 87, 127. Carol an, 55, apothecary, John, Carpenter, Richard, apothecary, 44. chandler, Carrol, William, Francis, Carroll, woollen-draper, 35-6. Cartland, Carton, 28. Cashel, 120. Nathaniel, silk-dyer, Patrick, liardware-merchant, Archbishop of (Charles 78. 55.

64. Henry, merchant, 48, Arthur, Trinity fellow, Dublin, 33, 120. alderman of Skinner's Edward, 15. Alley, linen and silk-printer, -George, 24, 13. -Joseph, barrister, 10,11, 19, 34, 69, 132, 133, 135. see Henry. Brown, ---Henry, Mathew Campbell, president British 100. convention, Brownlow, James, shoe-maker, 92. Brussels, Edmund, Burgess, attorney, 133, 135, J36 Co. Limerick, Burke, Edmund, 11, 12. 13. -political philosopher, -John, attorney, 41, 45. .-physician, 11-13, 24, 25, 28 30, 35, 47, 59, 61, 67, 69, 85, 86, 90, 115, 118, 119, 121, 123, 125, 126, 140. 131, 133, 136, 138, 128, 40. grocer, -Michael, 29, 30, 30. -Robert, merchant, and chandler Bury, George, soap 17. boiler, 64. Busby, John, silk-throwster, 56, 9.

56.

Agar), 41. and 141.

Luke, Cassidy, Denis, Cassin, 35, 47, 133, dealer, 113. Castlk Hotel, 38. Castlkkka, 33. Castlkwillan, Catholics, 37-8, 78-9, Catholic 124. Catholic

and laccman, hatter flour-merchant 134, 137,

7, 8, 18, 27, 29, 30-4, 46, 53-4, 58-60, 62, 65, 75, 95. 80-2, Committee, 15, 35, 78, 118,

Butler, Nicholas, 10, 13, 46, jeweller, silk-manufacturer, Clarke, John, 45, 86, 87, 91, 93, 118, 119, 125, 127, 46, 49. 128, 130, 132, 134, 139, 141. 19. John, Rathcoole, Clinch, Butler, Simon, 16, 17, 19, barrister, Clonmel, 19, 47. 54, 56, 24, 28, 30-4, 37, 38, 43, 47-53, Irishmen of United -Society of, 59, 66-70, 74, 75, 81, 82, 84, 85-7, 19, 40. 91-93, 94, 97- 99, 104-5, 107-9, 112, 1st Viscount, Scott, Clonmell, John 128, 131, 133, 135, 115, 117, 119-23, 110. 139. 137, 96. Coates, J. D., Byrne, Edward, 29, 34, 80. Henry, Cochran, silk-manufacturer, -Frederick, 40, 42. woollen-draper, " 55, 56. -" J 17, 19, 56. 126. John, Cockayne, of Mullinhack, John, 15, 21, 22, 130. book-auctioneer, Cody, William, 107-9, 118, 135, 138, 140. 111, and boot shoe-manu William, Cole, 72. ?-chandler, -.facturer, 130, 138, 141. 22. mercer, Francis, 32, 35, 46, Coleman, Joseph, merchant, 10, 44. 141. and bookseller Patrick, lottery woollen Edward, Collins, probably office-keeper, 7, 10, 13, 133, 132, 32, 49, 56. draper, 136, 141. 130. Collins, George, 136, Walter, merchant, 7, 134, 3. -James, 141. silk-manufacturer, 24, 90, John, 40. William, 141. 133, 136, 138, 130, 118, 7, 9, 12, 13, 17, 40, 98. -see Collis, John. Byrn's 43. Parliament, woollen-draper, 41, 42, Robert, 49, 56. 90. C merchant, Samuel, commission-mercer and -Thomas, 15. linen merchant, 3-5, 89, 97, 117, Calbeck, 143. 129, 136, 142, Caldwell, bookseller, 7, Nathaniel, 135. 76, 125, 126, John, barrister, Collis, Callaghan, 128, 142. possibly James, house of, 13-15, 20, 23, O'Callaghan, James. Commons, 114-5. 137. 25-6, 32, 38, 81, Carey, Edward, 133, Co. -William Andrew, Comyng, Ryefield, Paulet, 27, 28, printer, 24. 130. 87, 92-3, Roscommon, 40, 41, 71-3, 123-7, of Sligo Journal, and alder merchant Carleton, Connor,-printer John, 75. man, 96, 97.

Convention, 41, 46, 54, 63, 76. 41, 47, 52, Chambers, John, printer, 58, 59, 63, 66, 67, 70, 71, 72, 86, 90, 140. 136, 138, 127, 131, 133, 107, 111. Cherburgh, 60. Christ Church Cathedral,

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Conway, 139. Cooke. ?? 48, 143. Coombs, 112, Cooney,

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Matthew, Alexander, 137. merchant, attorney, 55, 16, 3, college," 72, 24, 4, -Robert, 7, 9, 10, woollen-draper, 17, 22, 35, 36, 39, 44, 46, 48, 49, 113, 61, 67, 71, 92, 93, 107, 112, 142. 123, 132, 137, 140, 138, 134, R. 41, 45, 48, 55-7. ?? 113. ?Captain, 17, 22, 31, 117. 113. Dillon's Regiment, tanner, James, 125, 128, 138, 31. | Docmara, Dixon, 110, 45, 140. 71, 91, 107,

Edward,

under-secretary, "of 128. printer, the 64. and 36, 45.

Robert, 114, 118, Peter,

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woollen Cooper, James, dashery-warehouseman, Samuel, attorney,

haber 55.

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Copeland, John, silk-manufacturer, 7, 9, 12, 19, 36, 39, 46, 48, 56, 132, 142. 134, 137, 141, 114. Corbally, tailor, John 35, 99, 100, 112. Cork, city, 35. county, 78. John, Corolan, apothecary, Charles, cotton-manufacturer, Corr, 48, 55. ^ 91. John, woollen-draper, Cox, Crawford, attorney, 11-13, 17, James, 140. 24, 37, 48, 132, 134, 136, 138, 33. John,

64. distiller, Dodd, William, 4. Dominica, see Donovan, Donnavan, Donovan, John. 75, John, barrister, 50, 55, 64, 92, 98, 104, 107, 110, 112, 114, 117, 140. 119, 120, 123, 128, 138, Doran, Doran, Francis, probably Thomas. and Thomas, woollen-draper 140. 138, rectifier, 35, 36, 48, 92, 81. 72, William, gentleman,

oil, flour and wool Dowdall, Patrick, 49. factor, 64. chandler, 40, Crehal, Frank, John, dvcstufl-mcrchant, 14, Dowling, 72, 21. grocer, James, 65. Abraham, ironmonger, 64, Creighton, tailor, 5, 72 Joseph, 140. attorney, 90, 7, 15, 20, 34, 138, -Matthew, wholesale linen 40, 41, 43, 45, 48, 49, 51, 53, 56, Crosbie, Mathew, draper, 36, 39. 62, 70, 71, 72, 74, 75, 77, 80, 81, 91, 57. Crosby, Henry, 107-9, woollen-draper, 123, 126, 129, 132, 134, 136, Richard, Cross, bookseller, 31, 46, 138, 140. 56. 141. 132, 133, 136, Thomas, gentleman, 90. 33, 61. Down, county, Crothers, Hugh, shipbroker, 1st baron, -sheriff's William peer and merchant, Downes, Downes, 45. 51. 90. butcher, 137, 7, 133, -Montgomery, James, Doyle, and Anchor, 47. Crown 139. 139. 46, Michael, Cunninaham, Robert, woollen-draper, poulter, 141. 130, 134, Nicholas, 48, 55. Co. Lemonstown, John -Richard, Curran, barrister, Philpott, 45, 142. 33, 54. Wicklow, D 22. Dalton, John, Leixlip, D'Arcy, Thomas, merchant, 13, 132, 137. 135, Davock, James, silk-manufacturer, 14, 21, 28, 48, 55, 91, 128, 232, 135, 141. 136, John, Dawson, woollen-draper, 11, 133, 135, 141. 40, 48, 90, 131, 40 (?) 11, 24, -William, attorney, 69, 116. Defenders, 64. 56, Francis, brewer, Delany, Political at, 58. society Derby, 65. Samuel, Dicks, merchant, see Dixon, Dickson, James. James, min -William Steel, presbyterian 33. ister, see Duigenan, Miles. Miles, Dignan, Dillon, 3, 7, William, physician, Drennan, 11, 17, 20, 24, 30, 31, 35-40, 45, 46, 49, 56, 59, 62, 63, 67, 70, 71, 72, 91, 94, 96, 74, 75, 77, 78, 79, 81-7, 123, 121, 120, 107, 115, 119, 109, 138, 134, 136, 125, 128, 130, 127, 140. 42. Drogheda, Druids 188. Head, 97-8, 48. clothier, Drumgoole, Christopher, Dublin Evening 123, 124. Post, Dublin 27, 89, 127. Journal, 68. ?:? Volunteers, Ranger Dudgeon, 134. Samuel, 134. 138, 141. -118, see Duigean, Miles. Duigan, Miles, 70. tanner, John, wine and grocer, Miles, j Duigenan, 77, 91, 118, 139,141. spirit merchant, 38. DUNDALK, I Dungannon, 66. 37. Timothy, Dyton, gazette-printer, John, woollen-draper, 28, 28, 29,

woollen-draper,

76.

Edward,

Hollymount,

Mayo, 40. linen-mer-

I
31, salesmaster, wholesale 35, 40, 67.

-Martin, -Richard, chant,

INDEX
E
43. Eades, Eagle, The, 87, 89. Edinburgh, 30, 47, 66, 86, 94, 98. 99, 100, 108, Reform in, 31, Edinburgh, Society 47 ; British Convention in, 30, 40, 119. 47, 94, 99-100, 104, 107, Ellworth, J., 61. Thomas 45-7, Emmet, Addis, barrister, 53, 54, 49, 50, 56-9, 62-64, 74-6, 137, 92, 99, 104-7, 78-80, 109, 115, 139. see Emmet, Robert. Emmit, wholesale Ennis, James, linen-draper, 41, 49, 55, 56. 55. Ennis, in fact 19 Erchall, [prob. John, Crejjal, John], 33. Ersjcin, Thomas, barrister, 17. Esmond, John, Co. Carlow, 7, 9, 10, 11, 132, -laceman, 134, 136. -"Mr." 10, 19, 21, 22, 49. Hampden, 59, Evans, 49, 55, 107, 141. 118, 128, 138, and turner, Thomas, pump-borer 17, 24, 137. 79. Post, - Evening see National Star. Star, Evening 13, 72, flax-dresser, Ewing, Patrick, 131, 133, 135. Thomas, Patrick], 91, [prob. 138, 140. F Fairfield, Farrel, Faulkner's Fawcett, Robert. 49. John, woollen-draper, 135. grocer, 22, Michael, 13, 14. Journal, Fawcett, Charles, probably, attorney, in fact 140. 28, 135, Fay, probably 74.

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I Foster, of the House John, Speaker of Commons, 31. Charles Fox, James, 23, 33. j and stuff mer Fox, Richard, Poplin 15. chant, Fox all, 90. Zachary, linen-draper, France, 15, 33, 41, 63, 65, 66, 69, 70. Sir Philip, 33. Francis, Franklin, builder, Anthony, 45, 49. see Frazicr, Frazer, Henry bookseller, Frazier, Henry, 17, 36, 46, 51, 91, 128, 130, 132, 133, 136, 141. 138, Freeman, William, 51, 56. attorney, 130. 51, -tailor, French 95. Convention, 15 National Assembly, and Patrick, woollen-draper Fullam, 142. 56, trimming merchant, Furry 29. Park, and cotton yarn Robert, Fyans, 141. merchant, 13, 124, 135, 128,

!

G

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Gannon, Bartholomew, linen-draper, 36, 40, 48. 90. Samuel, Garner, pin-maker, 42. Gavin,130. Ebenezer, merchant, Geale, hatter and umbrella David, Gelling, manufacturer, 39, 40, 48, 49 Gerald [Gerrald], Joseph, political 99. reformer, John, journalist, 3-5, 45, Giffard, 48, 58, 68, 84, 89, 94, 104, 127, 142, 143. William, Gilbert, bookseller, 15, 90. 17. Co. Mayo, Gildea, Anthony, 49 Valentine, Gillegan, linen-draper, Edward and Giltenan, B., poplin stuff manufacturer, 39, 40, 48, 50,

Robert, Fay, Thomas, William.

56 (?), 142.

Gilternan, Edward. -William, Gleadowe, Goldsmiths'

J. E.,

probably

Gilternan, 56. 125.

merchant, -William, ?35. Fegan, 68. "Mr." Fitzgerald, 9. attorney, David, Lord 10. M.P., Henry, 1st baron, 16-7, Fitzgibbon, John, 31, 34. 77. Fitzpatrick, Hugh, printer, surgeon, Fitzsimmons, Christopher, 137. 135, 49. James, ? merchant, Fitzsimons 11. Flanagan [? Bernard, 22, physician] 132, 134, 137, 141. 17. Lewis, - Flannegan, see Flanagan, Bernard. 15. mercer, Fletcher, Robert, -90. 9. Flood, Henry, M.P., 49. Flyn, Patrick, linen-draper, 11. Foley, David, apothecary, 33. Forbes, John, M.P., 90. cloth merchant, William,

Gore, Irishmen Gorey, of, 64. Gorman, Thomas, builder, hatter and haberdasher, Grace, Anne, 42, 44. 114. Graham, Francis, 32. grocer, ( Grattan, Henry, M.P., 10, 29, 33, 81, 117. see Grey, Charles. Gray, 49. Carrickmacross, Green, John, 97. -Molesworth, 2nd. Grey, Charles, carl, 33. George, Grierson, King's 37. and bookseller, Grogan, John, Heathfield, 78. Wexford, 90. Frederick, hatter, Guest, 97. Arthur, brewer, Guiness, printer Co.

merchant, , land-waiter, 11, 50. Corps, 35. Henry, of United Society 51. E

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H j
Jenkin, Meredith. Meredyth, see Jenkyn, and

woollen-manufacturer, William, Hall, 57. see Ham, Paul. B., Ham, and 27, Paul, glover skinner, 28, 61, 134. 109. Roger, Drogheda, Hamill, 90. Hardy, Jacob, clerk, 86. Harrington's, barr Bagnell, Harvey, Beauchamp ister, 24, 28, 62, 64, 69, 75, 78, 92, 95, 101, 107, 125, 127, 128, 137, 139. 82. Co. Wexford, James, and officer army William, Hatton, 78. land-owner, barrister, 24, Hawkesworth, Amery, 34, 59, 133, 138, 140. 56. attorney, Hay, Philip, 58. Hazlet, printer, Clover Hill, Bally Henry, Alexander, money, 44, 50. see Bagenal, Hervey, Beauchamp Harvey. 10 Hibernian Journal, ? 51, Hincks, ship-broker, probably 135, 136. ? 118. Hindman, see Hincks. Hinks, for chief Robert, secretary Hobart, 37, 54. Ireland, 7, 9, 12, 40, Peter, bookseller, 132, 133, 136, 139, 141. 107. Court, 36. attorney, John, Hogan, 56. attorney, Patrick, Hogan, 56. attorney, Leonard, Howard, 35. scots-merchant, Thomas, Howie, and mer alderman Howison, Henry, 45. chant, 45. I -Thomas, 24. ; Hub and, Joshua, Hoey, 91, Hoey's Hughes,

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Jenkyn, Meredith, druggist high 127. 89, " sheriff, 83. John," 20, 25, 32, 82, man of letters, 89. Johnson, Samuel, worsted-manu Johnston, Henry, 56. facturer, Griffith, 13, 14, 21, Jones, jeweller, 132, 134, 136. William Todd, barrister, 7, 75, 132, 136. 71. Thomas, hosier, 49, Jordan, see Jordon. Thomas, Jourdan, K

Edward C. Keane, probably 142. clothier, John, silk and worsted-manu Roger, facturer, 56, 64, 142. see Kean, Keane, R, Roger. Edward attorney, C, 10, 16, 19, 49, 64, 85, 87, 91, 138, 140. see Kean, -Roger, Roger. see Carey, W. P. William Keary, Paulet. ? 130. Keating, bookbinder, 130. -printer, 10. Keefe, Thomas, merchant, 15. Robert, - Keeling, 127. Mr. 130. Keighley, Benjamin, bookbinder, Rev. Kelburn, Sinclaire, presbyterian 33. minister, barrister Keller, Jeremiah, (?), 13. Kane, Kean, Kelly, 51. ?-linen-draper, 137. Kelly, -Joseph, R, 130, 133, 137. brewer, 37, 39, 45. 45. -, tanner, 74. -Michael, a mistake], Nicholas [possibly 141. 139, 90. William, see Kennedy, Dr. Kennedy, Henry. Henry, 17, 20, 32, physician, 136. 13, 21, 45, Patrick, "Captain," 142. Keogh, James, clothier, 49, 102. retired -John, silk-mercer, 29, 31, James 37, 38, 43, 57, 67, 77, 102, 118, 124, 139. 133, 68. Kerns, Bernard, carpenter, 49. Kiernan, Richard, physician, 81. Kilkenny, 130. sadler, John, Killen, !Kilmainham 71-2. gaol, ? 130. IKing, stationer, Kirwan, Martin, barrister, 12, 46, 49, 75, 76, 92, 113, 118, 133, 135, 139. 137, see Kirwan. Kirwin, -, Knight, -, 23, 37. Edward, woollen-draper, 50. 51 49,

48, 36, 39, -distiller, James, linen-merchant,

(?) 10, 135,

see Hughes, Hughs, James. James, 90. -, Humphreys, 91. -, Hunter, Henry, 62, 133. Hutton, 124. Hyde's coffee-house, 44, leather-seller, William, Hyland, 45. 61, 118. Augustus, Robert, Hyndman, Joshua Michael, Hynes, [probably 64. brewer], Hynes,

41,

[?J 48, 55.

James,

woollen-draper,

I Independent Ironsides, Mrs. Dublin 50. corps, 96. Penelopy,

J iron-founder, 20, Henry, Jackson, 59, 63, 70, 76, 77, 85-7, 90, 107, 138, 135, 133, 131, 123, 128, French agent, 124, -William, merchant, Alexander, Jeffery, 42, 109, 140. 126. 135.

INDEX
L
Labellaire, 56. Peter, -

113
Laurence, manufacturer, 49.

IMcDermot,

41, Owen, barrister, 7, 49, 54, [?] 59, linen-draper, 62, 80, 95, 98, 101, 107 (?), 137, 139. see Labellaire, Peter. 68. McDonagh, Morgan, Labilier, P., see Lawler, Joseph. Lalor, Joseph, McDonnell, James, County Rossbeg, 27. shoemaker, Langan, John, Mayo, 49, 50, 136. 13. Sir Hercules, M.P., Langrishe, -John, 13, 22, 39, 41. merchant, 142. and bookseller, Lauzun, David, -Thomas, printer silk-throwster, 45, 47, Richard, Law, 75, 132, 135. 49. 72. McEvoy, John, silk-manufacturer, 15, 21, 22. Lawler, Joseph, see Maguire, Simon. McGuire, Simon, see Lee, Edmund. Edmond, Lee, McKenna, Theobald, 8, physician, and instru music-seller -Edmund, 11, 20, 22, 24, 27, 75, 131, 133, 136. 133, 135, ment-maker, 10, 13, 24, 49. McKenzie, William, attorney, 141. McLaughlin, Patrick, woollen-draper, -Thomas, merchant, 13, 132, 136. 140. 37, 39, 138, Robert William Leinster, Fitzgerald, Scottish McLeod, Norman, reformer, 2nd duke of, 54, 58. 69, 94. see Lewins, Edward. Levines, ? 21, 27, McMahon, James, apothecary, 49. of Clonmel, Lew, 38, 85, 91, 92, 132, 134, 136, 138, attorney, 17, 27, 49, Edward, Lewins, 141. 118, 119, 121, 76-81, 92, 107, 115, McManus, Patrick, clothier, 29, 31, 123, 125, 138, 140. 37, 48, 49, 64. Lid well -, 47, 49. Leonard, barrister, 7, 10-12, McNally, 33. Limerick, County, 17, 19, 24, 34, 38, 40, 46, 49, 50, 8. of United in, -Society Irishmen, 53-5, 58, 59, 62, 64, 70, 74, 76, 80, 37. Treaty of, 87, 91, 92, 105, 107, 1,20, 121, 125, Lisburn, 54, 57, 58. 140. 128, 130, 132, 133, 135, 138, of United Irishmen ? of, Society McNamara 49, 55, 139. 40, 54, 57, 58. William McNevin, James, physician, 42. Liverpool, 7, 27, 41, 132, 134, 136, 140. London, 47, 75, 107, 128, 143. Maddox, William, captain probably societies 99. of, corresponding of a merchantman, 36. of constitutional know Society 41. Magrath, Luke, attorney, in, 121. ledge, grocer, Maguire, 72, Constantine, of the Friends of the Society 141. 128, 139, in, 30, 31, 36, 69. People 17. John, vintner, of Kilkenny, 113, 81, Long, John, -Simon, 10, 11, 22, 30, merchant, 139, 141. 43, 47, 59, 67, 132, 134, 128, 136, see Lube, John, John, Looby, 138, 140. and hosier, 90. hatter Lord, James, 64. grocer, Malone, Thomas, house 120. Lords, of, 68, 69, 71, 93, 72. grocer, Mangan, -, 33. Louth, County, 108. Margarot, Maurice, 139, 141. 13-, \6, Lube, John, Mathews, Constantine, 91, chandler, see Lube, John. Luby,-, 130, 13?, 141. 11. Lyons, Ch., Roscommon, 38. Maxwell, George, London, see Lyons, Lewis. -Henry 29, 35, -Richard, woollen-draper, school-master, 35, 62, Lewis, 41, 45, 46, 90, 130, 138, 141. 85, 135, 137, 139, 140. 24. Meekins -, 17. Robert Henry, Lyster, 10. Meredith, Jos., Sligo, -126. 15. Miliken, John, silk-manufacturer, M 7, McAllister, Randal, bookseller, 23, 24, 40, 44, 46, 47, 49, 51, 72, 73, 136. 130, 132, McBride, Thomas, ironmonger, 48, 49, 138, 141. 51, 91-2, 137. McCann, glover, Michael, see McCormkk, McCormick, Henry, Richard. 7, 9, 34, 46, Miller, John, attorney, 136. 132, 134, 89. Milton, poet, John, Francis 2nd. Moira, Rawdon-Hastings, earl of, 33. Molloy, Ballina, Tobias, 19, 133. Moncreief [fe] Richard, bookseller, 11. or James, 7. Ambrose Moore, 39, 40, 41, 46, -goldsmith, 132, 56, 58, 64, 134, 136, 139. James, bookseller, 7, 13, 23, 24, 46, 64, 91, 128, 130, 132, 133, 141. 136, 139, 140, 14, 19, 21, 64, -ironmonger, 91, 128, 134, 136, 138, 141. 40. Morgan, Thomas, merchant, 49,

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Richard, poplin-manufacturer, 7, 13, 17, 22, 29, 43, 46, 49, 51, 52, 55, 59, 67, 71, 134, 137, 139, 140. 28. Hugh, McDermot, physician, I 22. [? Michael],

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No. 17?DUBLIN SOC. OF UNITED IRISHMEN
Courant. O'Connor, -Thomas, O'Donnell, 20, 64. O'Dwyer, 74, 76. O' Flanagan 22. Patrick, Roscommon, 9, John, barrister, John Morgan, 11, 137. 13, 11,

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or DubUn The Morning Post 35, 89, 90, 98. 68. Morris, William, 140. "Mr." Morton, S., attorney, Trevor,' 11. -, Mouarty, Mountmorres, Hervey 2nd. Viscount, Morres, see Muir. Muter, Scottish Muir, Thomas,

10. Redmond 96.

barrister,

B. A., , Theophilus, 9. T.C.D., Ennis, O'Gorman, James, Lakefield, radical, 86, 55, 70. 121. 87, 93, 94, 96, OS, 99, 119, grocer, Charles, O'Hara, 40, 47, 61, Mullay, Daniel, 13,132,134,136,141. 86, 91, 118, 138, 140. Mullay, 12, 132, James, merchant, [?] attorney, James 61, 86. 19. 134, 136, 141. ??, O'Keefe, 40. 31, 56. Benjamin, clothier, merchant, -Jeremiah, - Mullen, see Kelly, 35. Edward. Henry, silk-manufacturer, O'Kelly, Edward, Munster, 67, 126. O'Leary, Michael, bookseller, 19, 21. 68. Murphy, corn-broker, Denis, 134, 137, O'Neal, John, 139. Arthur, 9, 13, 48, 49, 77, 132, O'Neil, 61. ' mercer, -Patrick, 137, 139, 141. 134, see O'Neil, 21. Arthur. 12, James, physician, O'Neill, Charles, -__Murray, see O'Neil, 91. Arthur. -Christopher, 33. John, M.P., 69. merchant, -Thomas, N 130. Osborne, Jonas, haberdasher's clerk, Otway, Samuel, 79. Naas, 72. National 15, Assembly (French), 98. -clerk, Convention 122. (French), 95, 121. Oxford, National Evening Star, 71-3, 87, 92. Neilson, Samuel, 21, woollen-draper, 58, 107-9, 138, 142. P see Neilson, Samuel. Nelson, Samuel, of United Irishmen Nenagh, Society 9, John James, merchant, Pache, 39. of, 8; ] 135, 136. civil Evan, servant, 4, 142. Nepean, 129. Paine, -, 107. Newgate, gaol, 68, 72, 74, 85, writer, political 20, 22, -Thomas, 19. Newit, George, 23, 24, 26, 98, 129. 42. Newry, 66. 61, Paris, 68. Nicholson, "Mr," see Pache. Pash, John James, Noble, 43, Arthur, Carrickmacross, 15. Jonas, silk-weaver, Pasley, 48. Richard, Passmore, [?] cotton-manu 3. North, Susanna, I 139. 128, facturer, N \prthern\ E [vening Star], 22, 41, 85. 39. John, sadler, j Patterson, 85. Northern 58, Star, wholesale woollen i Peebles, James, 12. Revolution Norwich, of, Society 41, 134. draper, 42. & Spencer's, 33. O PEEp-of-Day Boys, 7. Anthony, Perry, 135. Carrick-on-Shannon, -Francis, attorney, Hugh, O'Berne, - j 89-90. 49. ! John, i Philadelphia, 12, 129. "Mr," O'Brien, 19, 22. 126. William, 10, Pitt, Christopher, woollen-draper, Plunket 137. Roscommon, 13, [t], James, 13, 17, 134, [? trunk-maker], 24, 135, 137, 140. -Patrick, 15, 21. 41. see O'Brien, merchant Plunket, Richard, O'Bryan, Christopher, 54. George, M.P., Ponsonby, Christopher. 114. -William Brabazon, M.P., army agent's 98, James, clerk, 90. brewer, Jacob, Poole, 138, 140. and book William, 41, Porter, James, merchant, printer O'Callaghan, 136. seller, 7, 64, 132, 134, 49, 55, 56. 119. Portsmouth, County Owen, Coolavely, 49. 49, 59, 62, George, barrister, Powel, Armagh, O'Connor, -, 13, 19. 64, 138, 140. see Powel, 38. of Castlekea, George. Powell,-, 137. -Cook Presbyterians, 32, 75. Street, 27, 135, and non 13. chemist -Denis, Roscommon, Priestly, Joseph, -Malachy 59, 63, 67, V. merchant, 136, 131, 133, 9, 20, 30, 138, 140. conformist

I

122, 123.

minister,

8, 22,

120,

121,

INDEX
R
Racophy 92. (Rathcoffey), 79, 80, 87, 91, 42, 10, Ryan, 67,

115

Rainey, Thomas, public, notary 118. 59, 115, William, clothier, Rainsford, 9, 11, 19. 85. Walter, Raleigh, 68. Hangers, Volunteers, Read, Iottery-ofhce-keeper, William, 9. 49. Reeves, John, attorney,

-[? | ,

Charles, 7, 46, apothecary, 86, 132, 134, 136, 139. Thomas, physician, 28, 29, 30, 35, 38, 59, 62, 134, 140. or Thomas], Charles 30, 142.

S Sadleir, 133, Sadler, Saunders , Savage, j Scott, I 136. Thomas, 137. see Sadleir, barrister, Thomas. 87, 73. 90. 19, 135, 142. 10, 132,

14, Reform, parliamentary, 18, 25, 30-3, 42, 54, 56, 57, 59, 65, 74-5, 77, 93, 96, 99, 104-6, 109, 112, 114, ' 123. 119, 117, 56. Re id, James, linen-draper, 90. -John, cutler, Reilly, carpenter (builder), James, 56. 48. -John, brewer, 35, 36, 27. Reynolds, George Nugent, James, 7, 9,71, 72, physician, 107 104, 105, 73, 95, 97, 102, 10, 112-5, 117, 119, 124, 123, 138, 140. silk-manu Thomas, Reynolds, 7. facturer, Dominick, barrister, 13, 20, 24, Rice, 34, 45, 46, 51, 53, 56, 61, 64, 76, 113, 139. 132, 133, 135, 137, see Riky, Elias. Rickey, -, see Riddell, James. James, RiddalJ[l], Co. Tyrone, Riddal, John, Rughan, 48. 9, 19, 21, James, lace-seller, Riddell, 36, 40, 45, 47, 48, 55, 90, 130, 132, 141. 133, 135, see Ridgeway, John, Ridgeway, William. William, Ridgeway, barrister, 49, 55, 128, 138, 140. John, gun-maker, 90, 130. Rigby, and cotton-manufacturer Riky, Elias, 10, 11. dyer, 87. Robertson, Elias, Sir Boyle, 33. M.P., Roche, 139. wine-merchant, James, mer Youghal, Thomas, John chant, 70, 117. tanner 57. Thomas, Roe, 38. Roscommon, see Rourke. Rourk, Rourke, Thomas, watchmaker, 10,11, 139. 22, 118, 128, barr Archibald Hamilton, Rowan, 22, 24, 26, 28-30, 7, 9, 20, ister, 42, 44-6, 33-5, 37, 39, 40, 48-59, 61, 62, 66, 67, 74, 79, 80, 81, 86, 87, 90, 91, 92, 94, 97-100, 102, 104, 111, 112, 113, 116, 105, 106, 108-10, 119, 122-4, 127, 131, 133, 136, 188, 142. Royal 62, 77, 89. Exchange, 42. Rush, Russell, 47, army Thomas, 50, 52, 59, 61, 69, 7. Captain,

News-letter, 79, Thomas, tanner, William, merchant,

Thomas, Segrave, merchant, 85. Seldan, John, jurist, 15. Skquin, ??, 72. tanner, Shannon, Bartholomew, 48. Edward, cloth-merchant, 72. Oliver, leather-seller, 61, 33. Sharman, William, M.P., and j Shaw, Ralph, delph glass-seller, 90. Sheares, Henry, barrister, 76, 78-86, 137, 139. 91, 92, 96, 100, 105, 125-6, barrister, John, 76, 78, 79, 80, 84, 86, 91-3, 100, 104, 105, 107, 109, 117-9, 111-14, 115, 125-6, 128, 137, 139. 102. -"Mr," 85, 98, 99, see Sheares. Shears, 11. Bryan, Sheehy, 15. -, Sheridan, W. Shervine, Skirving, ? probably 90. Sherwin, silversmith, and goldsmith, pawn -William, 90. broker, Thomas shoe Sherwood, Keating, 9. maker, Shewkin's 35. tavern, 142. Simms, Thomas, merchant, 91. William, Sinnott, silk-weaver, of United Sixmilewater, Society Irishmen of, 23. Scottish Skirving, 100, W., Reformer, 108. 48. Slater, chandler, Stephen, 75. Sligo Journal, Charles, grocer, Smith, 29, 134. 113. Captain, 49. Smyth, Laurence, tanner, William army officer, Thomas, 7, 27, 63, 134, 136. see Summers, Laurence. Sommers, Sparks, 136. Richard, hatter, 22, 132, 134,

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3, 7, officer, 72, 133, 137. -John,

Spencer, 24, Robert, woollen-draper, 40, 41, 44, 47, 51, 56, 57, 61, 130, 137. 134, Stack, John 48. see Evening Star. Star, 90. Stephens, Edward, hosier, -, barrister, Stewart, 15, 90. or William Stockdale, James Henry, 118. 117, 121, 15, 21, printer, 137, 141. 22, 90, 112,

l!6
Stockdale, William -Henry,

No.

17?DUBLIN SOC OF UNITED IRISHMEN
B., see Stockdale,

William Henry. merchant,

u
of Dublin, United Irishmen of, Society to draw committee resolutions up on acquittal of J. N. 25, Tandy, com committee of 20; 26 ; secret 8 ; committee mittee of publications, to inquire into war, 63, 65 ; com mittee of constitution, 34, 37, 40, committee 43, 52, 54, 72, 74, 98; of correspondence, 35, 39, 57, 74, to revise 77, 108, 119 ; committee the of constitution 30; society, finance 114; committee, 74, 39, on parliamentary committee reform, committee for collecting 76; 57, and 74 ; com fines, subscriptions to mittee for preparing address : to con 78-80 ; committee people, sider H. Rowan's 109-111 ; case, on trade, 112 ; committee committee to prepare of plan of justification to con committee 115-6; reform, means of sider reform, carrying 121-4. United 19, 23, 69, 94. Irishmen, 25, 34, Societies 40, 51, of, 8, 54, 57, 18, 58,

Stokes, Whitley, Dublin, College, Stoyte, 141. Stubbs, 39, John, William, 142.

40, 89, 90, 141. fellow of Trinity 135, 141. 48, 138, 36, 64. 64. 49,

silversmith, woollen-draper,

Sullivan, Jeremiah, paper-maker, 45. Patrick, 50, -silk-manufacturer, Summers, Laurence, 141. 128, 138, 96. Sweeny's, Sweeny, John, vintner, merchant,

11,

135,

137. 40. 46,

Sweetman, -Edward, 51-3, 57,

porter-brewer, John, army officer, 43, 59, 62, 66, 139, 140.

T Taaffe, Tandy, 39. Dr," 11. George, Lisburn, wine merchant, James, "

10, 30, 38-40, 80, 85, 86, 90, 91, 92, 130, 131, 133, 135, 138, 140. 3, 7, merchant, -Napper, 9, 10-12, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 31, 33-5, 37, 38, 39, 44, 45, 48-52, 55-9, 61, 67, 70, 71, 72, 93, 98, 119, 129, 130, 131, 133, 135. ? 131. Tayler, 45. Teeling, distiller, John, of United Society Templepatrick, Irishmen in, 8, 40, 69. 131. Teyler, 90. Thompson, James, Thunder, 32, Henry, woollen-draper, 39, 41. Patrick, Balally, Dublin, County 39, 45. see Thunder, -Richard, Henry. Tighe, Laurence, mead-brewer, 19, 137. 134, -Rev. Thomas Rector Mr. [? Tighe, of Drumgooland], 33. 26. Tipperary, 19, 13. Toler, John, solicitor-general, John, merchant, Tommins, 61, 64. Theobald Tone, Wolfe, 3, barrister, 7, 9, 11, 13, 17, 19, 21, 22, 24, 28, 30, 34, 38, 39, 59, 62, 67, 78, 80, 132, 133, 135, 138, 140. see Trener, Thomas. Trayer, and Trener, Thomas, spirit-merchant 44, 71, 91. ship-owner, 90. Tudor, Richard, goldsmith, Irish of United Tullamore, Society men of, 40. haberdasher and Tweedy, Thomas, 98. alderman, see Tweedy. Thomas, Tweendy, see Tighe. Tyghe, Laurence,

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V Volunteers, 64, 108. 31, 45, 47, 50, 52, 54,

W see Wallis. Bartholomew, -, attorney, 9, 10, 11, 140. 134, 132, 136, 138, 40. Edward, physician, James, breeches-maker, 9, 11, 136. 46, 132, 134, or merchant Walsh, James, (grocer corn 48. factor), 40. Michael, Walsh, perfume-seller, 54. Thomas, Lisburn, Ward, alderman and Nathaniel, Warren, commissioner of police, 127. Thomas, cotton-manufacturer, 37-9, 43, 45, 46, 51, 52, 63, 64, 67, 142. 71, 134, 137, 140, 139, 132, William, 64, 65, 84, Webb, barrister, 139. 137, 85, 86, 91, 92, 125, 128, 7, 9, 11, 31, Weldon, John, mercer, 67, 132, 134, 136, 139, 140. see Willan, Jacob. Jacob, Wellan, 51. Wexford, Arthur 10, 55, 141. White, Meredyth, 48. John, factor, -haberdasher, 40, 42. wine and Thomas, spirit mer chant, 40, 42, 134. see White, Arthur. -Meredith, 44. "Mr," 116. Whiteboys, 80. county, Wicklow, Wallace, Wallis, 17, Wajcsh,

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45. Michael, Barn, Dolphin's 134. tanner, Nicholas, and hard ironmonger Richard, ware-merchant, 48, 132, 137. see Weldon, John. John, Wilden, 133, 137, James Tandy, Wilkinson, 141. silk and worsted-manu -George, 141. 56, 64, 137, facturer, 48. John, carpenter, silk-manu Willan, shag and Jacob, Wilde, facturer, 49, 51, William Williams, sale 21, 22, 30, 35, 45, 46, 48, 132, 133, 137, 141. III, 27, 38. and William, whole Robert 91. Jiilk-manufacturers, Wilson, -John, Woodbine Worth

117

J. see Willan, Jacob. 90. attorney, 25. Hill, alderman ington, William, 45. merchant, 128. Jackson, Wray, 127, surgeon, Wright, 10, 17, Thomas, 71, 72, 31, 35-41, 44, 56, 69, 91, 107, 113, 121, 130, 126-8, 140. 137, 138,

and

30, 85, 134,

Y York, Young, Duke of, Mathew, 92. woollen-draper, 48.

Wt. ?.

4744. ?.

6/67. C.&Co. (187). G. 4744.