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tor to Abp. Browne, 1219 ; written on,
mish teachers, 1129.
ters in the 4th century, 6; known to
“barbarous," 456, 7, '8, 464 ; as "pro-
and Cadogan ap Blethyn, 1028 ; and Italian banditti, sent on " the mission in
seqq.; his Oath rejected and condemned
A.D. 1614, 897 ; copy of the Oath in
demnation of do. 1313-'20.
framed according to the modern Ro- 1080; is denounced excommunicate
Jerome, St., quoted in connection with
ble, by the English law, A.D. 1315, to as a commentator, with the old Irish,
257,291 ; his notes on Ezekiel studied
operty, 488, 1046, 1090; the see of, spect of the ancient Irish for the
Church of, 166, 310; its worship in
Jesuits, their first introduction into Id., is made and crowned king of Id., 604,
715 n., 1227 ; they procure the removal 703 ; his visit to Id. and reception
a Romish preacher of sedition, 851. ceedings in ld. noticed, 1051,
John of Tynemouth, qd., 1006.
43, 57; its testimony to the labours of Jonah, the prophet, his name synony-
mous with that of Columba, or Colum-
Jorse, Roland de, and Walter de Jorse,
399 seqq. ; his share in the Predestina- prelates of Dublin about cross-bearing,
Joyces, their extraction and introduction
Jus Primatiale, Mac Mahon's, qd., 1228.
port of the old Irish Paschal customs, Justinian, the emperor, his condemna-
boure in translating the Holy Scrip
ry founded for the order of, 567. Kearney, David, titular abp. of Cashel,
man chanting among the Saxons, 209. O' Kearney.
1352 ; qd., 982, 1120, &c.
foundations, 570; intended for promot- erects a new monastery there, which is
shortly after demolished, and himself Kilcuillin, ancient diocese, 999.
Kilcumin, (Co. Tipperary,) chosen for
posed connection with, 77 ; ravaged by Kildare, its origin, 65; its first bp. 66 ;
Bp. A. Crayke, 1214.
pates in L. Simnel's rebellion, 1102, '3.
Kilian, St., his missionary labours in
Rome, 338; his martyrdom, 339.
the see one of those fixed on at Rath-
in, 649; parliaments formerly held in,
consecration, 1007 ; mode of life, 2008; preaching in, 700 ; Bp. Bale's labours
bellious disposition of the inhabitants
Clonfert, (A.D. 1582–1602,) 1219. a synod of titular ecclesiastics held
another titular synod held there, in
1642, 1239; formation of the Supreme
Kilkenny, the Statute of, published by
keeps, or by what tenure, according to a more ancien Statute of, similar in
tendency refd. to, 646 n.; Irish cus-
preached in Munster before St. Patrick, some of its more beneficial enactments
munication, 660, 661; (see also 665 ;)
cluded by such statutes from admission
particular account of the prelates
Killala, diocese, 452 n., 995 seqq.
Killaloe, diocese, notices connected with, foreign jurisdiction in Id., 860, 861.
See also 1353.
eyes of the A. Norman monks, 638, Lancaster, bp. of Kildare, a favourer of
the Refn., 719, 722 ; he takes part in
Mary's Abbey, 723; assists in ordain-
997 seqq. ; attempt to have it sup- privation and death, 740.
noticed, 1102 $499.
the Anglo-Normans in seizing, for
dependence of government influence Lansdowne MSS. qd., 1264, '69, 70.
dains Patrick bp. of Dublin, 421;
lin, and Turlogh, king of Id., 422 ;
practices of the Irish, 424, 425, 1010,
Knights Templars established in, 569. and opinion as to infant communion,
gal, 81 ; Kinell Eoghain, Tyrone, ib. Dublin, ib. ; respect of the Irish for,
nitor of the present royal family of &c., in England, 445.
Language, the Latin used by 8. Colum-
origin of its prevalence in this use,
369; the Irish, discouraged by the
Henry VIII.'s parlt., A.D. 1536, 686 ;
715 n., (on Waucop's case, 1147, &c. time, 698; accompanied by religious in-
tween Henry II, and Rodk. O'Conor, lish liturgy ordered to be introduced
known by the clergy of that age, 721;
worship of God, by order of Ed. VI.,
tricts by the Act of Uniformity, 755;