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ing S. Aidan, 205 ; views concerning | Beresford, Lord Primate of Ireland, his
Bernard, St., his Life of Malachy,
Holy Scriptures into Irish, account of, visit to, at Clairvaux, 474; his super-
Bernardine schismatics in Ireland, 1349,
tury, and by the old monks, 283, 284. Berrington, Bp., on the Oath of Alle-
giance, deposing power, &c. 1324, 1330
Bertolf, abbot of Bobio, visits Pope Ho-
Bertram, the priest, his book on tran-
633, 643, n. See Excommunication. 1559, 752.
Bicknor, Alexander de, Abp. of Dub
dation of a University, 629.
qd., 227, 229, &c.; his note on the
984 ; on Chorepiscopi, 1012.
History of Henry II, and Richard I. tious agent of Rome, 697.
Biscop, Benet. abbot of Wearmouth, his
England by the Romanising bishop Roman church music in to England,
Bishoprics, formerly created in Ireland
appointed to collect papal tenths in 447 ; measures adopted for suppressing
those of smaller dimensions in Ireland,
statute of Henry VIII., 1194 seqq. ;
whether persons convicted of atrocious Tuam, and bishop of Kilmacduagh,
the study of the Holy Scriptures, 325.
irregularities charged on their mode of Bollandus, his censure of Irish Hagio
Irish parliament of 1560, 1208, 1209. Bonifice St., his missionary labours, 344.
of appointing, 1250, 1251, the earlier Wilfrid, 150.
Boyle, Michael, first Irish archbishop of
Boyle (Co. Roscommon) made the seat
477 ; its abbot made bishop of Clonfert,
Brabant, Bp. William de, murdered by
Brabazon, Justice, his speech on the su-
tablished, 809; the garrison expelled, of, to Lord Cromwell, qd., 1190 ; a
place recovered by Lord Mountjoy, 838. Brady, Hugh, bishop of Meath, appointed
more, 1212, 1372; endued with cer-
going out of doors and coming in, 287. 1293.
tery at, 271; to which Dungal leaves the Irish Church, 921; his services in
the cause of the latter, 1064 ; his view
1224; extract from his letter to Arch-
in Ireland, 1362.
royal supremacy in matters ecclesias-
tical adverted to, 1249.
David, 123 ; and to Cadoc the Briton,
count of S. Brendan of Clonfert, 69;
also, 83, 161, 986, 1421.
History of Ireland quoted, 49; his
412, seqq; his wars with Malachy II.
relic exhibition at his funeral, 586.
Kildare, 65 ; biographical panegyric of,
relics translated, 1050.
Britannomachia. See Fitz Symonds.
timacy with the Irish, 125.
condition of, under the Dioclesian per-
149, 150, 183, 202, 203.
foreign ecclesiastical councils in the
130 - 136.
interference, 142, 152, 223 ; their prac-
for victory over William Rufus, 1027.
Irish nonconformity, 869.
History referred to, 520, 521 ; vindi.
persions, 506 n,
his character, 681 ; promoted to the
ty, 702; (vid. 716 ;) receives the En- J. Fitzmaurice, 791, 1262 seqq.; los
Life of, 681 n., 720 n. ; his consecration arrival, and death, 824.
honoured with an English title, 710.
minicana, quoted, 672, 706 n., 875 1.,
forces, 632 ; his barbarous devastations, 1388-95, vid. 1247 n.
the synod of Dublin, 612.
the ancient Irish and Scottish kings, in connection with the subject of
Her Majesty Queen Victoria, Church endowment, 1075.
Burkes, the, not to be entertained in
the French, 260; her character, and Burke, or de Burgo. See Burgo.
Burke, or de Burgo, Roland, bishop of
Clonfert and Elphin, 1218, '19.
Burnet, bishop, his History of the Re-
History of his own Times, 1242, 3, **.
490, 1045 sega; of Innocent VIII. formed religion in Ireland, 1429.
Canonical Scriptures, ancient Irish views
Malachy, 481; see also 500.
by Dubricins, and S. David, 122, 123; 577.
its eminence as a place of learning, 127. Canons of S. Patrick and the early Irish
taught by Thaddeus, an Irishman, 125. Canons of the English Church, attempt
history, 73 ; vid. 994, seqq. 1126, 1374. Canons of Trent brought into partial
spoken of as the mother Church of the
three kingdoms, 167 ; acquires juris-
diction over the bishops of the Danish
papal supremacy, 698; some of its 682, 741, 1041.
Annals of Wales, 1020 ; vid. 1017,
to the learning and eminence of the Cardwell's Documentary Annals qd.,
bernia qd., 1279, '82, '92.
History of Ireland referred to, 252,
310, 311, 634, 641, 953; his want of
ferred to, 97 seqq. 349, and passim. 349.
the monasteries of S. Columbanus, the only titular prelate in Ireland in
made by certain bishops of Irish sees shop of Dublin, 1257.