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supports the Loyal Ir. Remonstrance, Statute of Kilkenny directed against
their increase, 659.
Delany, Wm., his appointment as titular
of, studies in Id., 437 í Henry 11. Deposing power, (see Popes, and Rome.)
'63, '68, '93, 1302, '3; its results, 1324
duction of the lower Irish to the power sity and CC. Bellarmine and Perrin
account of some of the titular primates
of, 50 ; use of among the Anglo-Sax. Derry, the see of, 452 n; (see 576 ;) out.
Irish, 454; the bp. of, assists in demo-
into Id. from England, 1114. See Hy, 614; not under the control of Q.
Elizabeth, 758 n. ; its rise, 996; (rid.
smaller sees of Id. 617; formed into of, 863 ; plundered by Cahir O'Dogh-
condition in 1622, 904 seqq. ; its pre-
1204, 1237 11., et passim. See Burke. Dervorgal, princess of Breiffny, her ab.
the commencement of monkery, 228. Deschu, or Glasgow, 1008.
ment in Drogheda, 810.
over Cardinal Vivian to Id. to super- gages with Henry VIII. to suppress
intend a Romish ceremonial, 1050. the papal usurpation in Id., 702, 704;
769, 774 ; his ignorance of religion,
&c, and beggarly condition as to rai-
ancient Irish Church, and that of the
lion of J. Fitzmaurice, 793; pro- 1377-1387.
836; his treasonable letter to the notes on, 981-992.
Dissenters, introduced into Id. by the
Diveta, or West Wales, various notices
their damages in that see, 873, 1214. Divine Service, how regulated in S. Co-
Docus, 61, 73. See Cathmael.
history, 334 ; story of his journey to Derry) 563.
Dominican friars, their opposition to
Domnald, Ir. bp., Lanfranc's letter to,
Domnald, prince, brought to S. Colum-
Donat, or Dunan, first bishop.of Dub- diocese of Derry in 1622, 904 seqq.; his
appeal to the secular power against
bp. of Dublin, consecd. at Canterbury, Doyle, Dr., his notions relative to the
Dramatic representations of Scriptural
synod of do., 515; vid. 547 and 1085. mish times, 594 ; employed by Bp.
Draper, Robt., Bp. of Kilmore and Ar-
attempt made in a parliament there to
tular synod held in, 890 seqq.; the
(rid. q. 1044) synod of primate Down
vanced by Henry VIII., seeks, in vain, to titular primate Curtis, 1248.
See also 886, 1112, 1230, 1377, 1437, &c. larged by Amlave, ib. ; continued to
35; the see of, 452 n., 508 n. ; Malachy of Clontarf. 42), the first bishops es.
1379. of, sanctions the Statute of Kilkenny,
Eanflede, queen of Northumberland, fa-
Easter, its observance among the three
tores, qd., 349 n., 534 ; his Historia chief ground of dispute between Au-
Normannorum Scriptores, qd., 1015. gustine and the British bps.,131 ; con-
rentius, and his expostulation with the
ner by the British and Roman Chris-
Danes, 382 ; see of, 452 n.; an Augus- difference arose subsequently, ib.; the
south of Id., 146; discussion on the
subject in the Synod of Campus Lene,
ed, 569 ; its last abbot made bp. of by alleged miracles, 163; the Irish,
followed by the monks of Hy, 174;
Ralph ; E. Bruce crowned at, 632. dom of Northumberland, 180 seqq. ;
183, 184 ; abandoned by most of the
teacher, 395; his controversy with patrons, ib., 186; mode of ascertain-
&c., ib., 396 ; his library, 397 ; death, ib. 190 seqq. ; Asiatic mode of observance,
M. O'Neill, by Henry VIII., 711, 765 ; Roman methods of calculating the
H. O'Neill's preparations in, 809. time, 194 seqq.; conference bt tween
the subject, 198; insignificance of the
posed importance, 200, 2, '17; disputes
being an episcopal See to become the and the French clergy, 256-258 ; ex-
ertions of Adamnanus in promoting
reverence of Henry II. for the day,
the old Irish in connection with the
festival, 524, 1440, '44; the Roman Bede, 342, '3; and knowledge of the
Holy Scriptures, ib.
213, 327 ; his barbarity towards the
Egypt, the birth-place of monkery, 228.
Eleanor, Queen, obtains a grant (A.D.
saved the Irish Protestants under Q. Election, &c., of bishops, according to
the law of Henry VIII., notes on, 1194
come over to Ireland for their educa- Eleutherius, bp. of Rome. See Popes.
Elizabeth. Q., repeal of the Act for her
tion," by P. Pius, 695; her support of
petiton to, 625; he receives a grant of accession to the throne, 747 : her view
767, '8; reconciles Desmond nd Or-
against the Irish and Scots, 633; his by James Fitzmaurice, &c., 777; Pius
781; letter of Sir H. Sydney to, on
University in Dublin, 629; opposi- seqq. ; issues her warrant for the
812 ; her Irish parliament of A.D.
dicated to, 556; attempt to found a nication, 1258 sqq.; bull to strengthen
University in Dublin in his time, 810. James Fitzmaurice against her, 1262
her to the Irish, 1268; the Sugan
mortal sin," 1303; her special procla-