An Illustrated History of Ireland from AD 400 to 1800 eBook

Mary Frances Cusack
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 779 pages of information about An Illustrated History of Ireland from AD 400 to 1800.
  his death, 218. 
Manners and Customs of Ancient Greece, 141. 
Marco Polo, 46. 
Marisco, De, his treachery, 311
  his death, 312. 
Mary, Queen, 410. 
Massacre of a prelate, priest, and friars, 402
  of a bishop, 466
  at Wexford-bridge, 628
  at Cashel, 496
  at Wexford, 503
  of three priests, 445
  of three Franciscans, 453
  at Drogheda, 501
  at Mullamast, 438
  at Fort del Ore, 444
  at Scullabogue House, 627. 
Mellifont, Abbey of, 231
  Synod at, 231
  founded, 317. 
Meloughlin, King of Meath, 191. 
Metalogicus, the, of John of Salisbury, 275n. 
Milcho, St. Patrick’s master in captivity, 116. 
Milesian genealogies, 84, 88. 
Milesians, landing of the, 75
  they conquer, 77. 
Milford Haven, 292. 
Milidh, fleet of the sons of, entrance into Ireland, 75. 
Mississippi Scheme, 584. 
Mochta, St., 151. 
Moira, Lord, exposes the cruelty of the yeomanry, 619. 
Moling, St., 109. 
Monastery of Kildare, St. Brigid’s, 132. 
  Kilcrea, 321.
  of Bobbio, 176.
  of Timoleague, 321,
  of Tallaght, 179.
  of St. Columbkille, 293.
  of Cluain Eidhneach, 179.
  of Donegal, 321
    desolation and plunder of, 189.
  of Clonbroney, 188n.
  of St. Columba, 230, 234.
  of Ibrach (Ivragh), Kerry, 230.
  of Lismore, 226.
  of St. Kevin, 235.
  of Dunbrody, 289.
  of St. Peter’s of Lemene, near Chambery, 381.
  of Clonfert, 170.
  of Mellifont, 234.
  of Clonmacnois, 221. 
  Irrelagh (Muckross), 322. 
  Clonmel, 322. 
  Drogheda, 322. 
  Cill-Achaidh, 374. 
Montgomery, 584. 
Montmarisco, 237
  becomes a monk, 289
Monroe, 493. 
Monroe, Henry, 629. 
Moore, his History, 37
  his partiality for Malachy, 209
  on religion, 111
  his life, 605. 
Morann the good, and his collar of gold, 97. 
MSS. preserved in Trinity College, 44.
  of ancient Irish history, 39n. 
  Celtic, preserved in Belgium, 45. 
  Continental, 45n.
  in British Museum, 46. 
  Stowe collection of, 45n. 
MSS., Latin, 46. 
  Loftus, 415. 
  Burgundian, 46.
  legendary and historical, of Irish history, 39. 
Muckross Abbey, 322. 
Muircheartach, first Christian king of Ireland, 131. 
Muircheartach, his circuit of Ireland, 197
  killed by Blacaire, 197. 
Murphy, Father, killed, 628. 
Murrough’s game of chess, 211. 
Murtough of the Leathern Cloaks, 196.

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Neamhnach, the well, 164. 
Napier’s, Lady, letter respecting the tenantry of Duke of Leinster, 623. 
Nathi, King, 116. 
National joy at the restoration of Catholic worship, 464. 
Nemedh, arrival of, 59. 
Nemenians, emigration of, 60, 62. 
Nemthur, St. Patrick’s birthplace, 110. 
Nennius, 69. 
Nesta, her beauty and infamy, 259. 
Nestor, 48. 

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