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dance on military expeditions, 1106. tains possession of the see of Enaghdun,
quarrel between Cahir O'Dogherty, monks for Ireland, 574.
Derry. See O' Gallagher.
by S. Germanus, 116.
ticed, 655, 662, 697, 788-790, 1346 Irishman, 319.
fered the bpk. of Constance, which he
to be supported by Irish taxes, 679. Luxeu, ib. ; his death, and missionary
Galway, Bull for the foundation of a
&c. ; mentioned as the only preachers the port of, 1142 ; ancient episcopal see
the time of S. Columbanus, 253, '4;
old monks, 235; by those of Id. in par- 256-'8; origin of the French monar-
chy, &c., 258 segg.
on the part of Wilfrid, 224 ; and of S. Geilana, wife of Duke Gozbert of Fran-
conia, murders 8. Kilian, 339.
primate of Id., 470; his primatial vi-
by Cardinal Paparo, 483; present at land in Wales, and builds Carmarthen
its view of the popes peculiar office and
geralds of ld., 1017; made steward of exertions, 449; he presides as legate in
Synod of Armagh, A.D. 1172, which
against England, A.D. 1605, 856, 1308. Synod of Cashel, 513 seqq. ; notice of
instructed St. Patrick, 28, 30; his ser- 514 n.; vindicated from Dr. Lanigan's
sacrilege against the Ango-Norman
609 n., 610; his visit to Id. with prince
Dublin, ib. ; his praise of the Irish
bria, qd., 1017; his notes on the policy
session of the see in spite of the efforts qd., 1093 seqq. ; his motives in refusing
D. Mac Murrough's barbarity com-
1440 ; its correct bearing, 1444, 's; his , Gozbert, Duke, his intercourse with s.
Grace Dieu nunnery founded, 570. Vid.
Gramont, (Dioc. Ardagh) murderous
burial place of S. Patrick, 55 ; its al. the mere Irish, 1129.
Gray, Ld. Leonard, deputy of Id., holds
the parliament of A.D. 1536, 57, 683;
S. Kevin, 72 ; origin of the name, ib.; secution of Abp. Browne, 702.
Gregory. See Pope.
to the dignity of an archbishop, 434;
worn in that see, 482, 581; present at
the Synod of Kells, 484; his death,
occasion to the intrusion of a Norman
trick in Id., 24 ; his motive for the Griffith, Commissioner, his evidence on
Wales, 1024, 5; invades Cardigan,
Columba, 101 n.; a splendid copy of Anglo-Normans, and flees to Id. for
his death, 1036.
1035; returns to Wales, '36 ; his ra-
trick bishop there, 421 ; Primate Lan- Gunpowder Plot, the, gives occasion for
the construction of K. James's Oath
of Allegiance, 1314 ; which is enforced | Hearne, Dr., S.T.P., his edition of the
Heath, Dr., abp. York, presents Bibles
to the Dublin cathedrals, 753.
for a traitorous assassination, 1030. on the part of S. Columba, 84.
Helias, bp. of Angouleme, (A.D. 862,)
Hengist and Horsus, the Saxons, invited
Henry I., king of England, his writ for
the subject of Church property in Id., Dublin, 433; his invasion of Wales,
preaches before the parlt. of 1613, 878. 487 ; bis letter to P. Adrian IV., 488 ;
receives from him permission to in-
vade and seize on Id., 489 seqq. ; (vid.
chester, in which the subject of the
492 ; invited over by D. Mac Mur-
rough, 495; encourages him in his
receives the submission of the Irish
do. of Rodk. O'Conor, 506, 7 ; trans-
to P. Alexander IIL., 508 ; removes
his quarters to Dublin, and spends
leaves for Wexford, 510; returns
IL., his visit to Id., A.D. 1180, 549. quest of Id., and motives to sub-
plied to Rome, 162, 165, 1423. Vid. q. 512; he exerts himself to reduce the
Church of Id. to a complete confor-
ble to the old Irish chieftains, 560 n.; land, 515 ; sends the Cashel decrees,
Rome, 524, 526 ; receives from P.
grant, 525—'7; the pope's letter, con-
gratulating him on his triumph over with it, 1101_'4; Acts of his reign
premacy condemned by papal titulars,
against the Irish, 624; desirous of in- mation of Irish Church property, 1069;
Four Masters' account of his religious
heretics, revived in Id. under Q. to the election, confirmation, &c, of
Act of, concerning Ir. whiskers, 664. mission of Irish chiefs to, instanced,
lion against in Id., 666 ; further of the Church, in the same, 1207 ; his