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Mac Williams, (or De Burgo's) forbid- keep Trinity College from falling into
den to Christmas in Galway, 1185. the hands of the Jesuits, 1245.
Maguire, chieftain of Fermanagh, his in-
by Marianus Scotus from the canoni- cused of treason, he flees with H.
O'Neill to the Continent, 866.
Maidulf of Malmesbury, his life, 337.
ster, his wars with Brian Boru, 414. commonly named St. Malachy, sup-
Patrick's vision about Id., 58; his
Id., conquers Turgesius, and drowns and education, 457; ordination and
appointment as primate's vicar, 458 ;
Boru, and with the Danes, 412; his of Rome, sacred music, &c., ib., 459;
of Lismore, 460 ; restores the monas-
Connor, 462 ; his labours there, and
nominated successor to Primate Cel.
the establishment of the Refn., under the post, 466'-9; retires to the bpk.
Ædan bp. of Clogher, 471; his anxiety
he visits Rome, 473; is appointed
pope's legate for Id., ib., 541; visits
S. Bernard at Clairvaux, 474, '5; his
lates of Munster, against English tax- Id., ib.; appoints a bp. for Cork, 477,
580; introduces the Cistertian order
to go to Rome for the palls, 478 ; set-
pointment to the see of Clogher, 1212; by death in France, 479; his supersti-
son resident in Ireland, canonized by
Malachy, bp. of Down, taken prisoner by Scripture Commentaries, noticed, 437;
his estimation of the Apocrypha, 366.
charged on the old Irish by Primate
peated by St. Anselm, 432 ; Malachy's
receives Malachy O'Morgair and King Roman canon law, 459, 464 ; the hope
complained of are particularised by P.
Ireland's beggarly condition, (A. D. dues to the clergy in Dublin, a matter
of dispute, A.D. 1267, 624 ; marriage
Statute of Kilkenny, 658; the ordi.
683 n., 743, 759, 785, 1309; apparent the papal canon law, (A.D. 1528,) 673;
ers, 807 ; that of Henry VIII., and
to the views of the Britons, &c., in the the Ir. parlt., 684 ; that of bishops,
the early monks, 233 ; instance in s. laws connected with, introduced into
Kentegern and his disciples, 1008. widely prevalent among the lower
lin, qd , 526 n. seqq., 532, 3, 634, 1213, whether used by the ancient clergy of
Id., 1422, '4. See 1052 n., and Celi-
Martene's Thesaurus qd., 521; his trea-
founder of monasteries in Id., 570 ; his Martial law, H. O'Neill's desire to exer.
after his death, by a bp. of Ferns, 622. instructed St. Patrick, 28 ; propagates
share of the Papal Tenths for five visited by S. Columbanus, 265 ; ho-
noured with an altar in Galway, 591.
Notker's qd., 334 ; the Roman, 403.
superstition, 436 ; his Chronicle, and the honour given to God in the dedi-
cation of S. Patrick's, Dublin, 585 ; Matthew Paris qd., (on the nature of an
Maude, or Matilda, the Empress, objects
D. Mac Morogh, 566; her monastery Maximus, Roman commander in Britain,
May, John, primate of Id., his patronage
sial conference in, A.D. 1551, 723-'6. Mayo, St. Colman's English monastery
and tyranny, 735; makes provision for 383; the ancient see of, noticed, 995
Irish Saints qd., 46; his History of sius, 382; the king of, submits to
Henry II. at Waterford, F04 ; a bp. of,
most ancient Ir. saints, 60; a repeti. its chiefs renounce papal supremacy,
strongly national in A.D. 1322, 1426.
Melrose Abbey, on the Tweed, an Irish Milk, said to have been used for baptiz-
establishment, 242 ; its Annals qd., ing, in Id., 521.
Ministers, a want of, in the Irish Church,
Minister's money, 1073; some account
589, 1110; their persecution of Primate Miracles of St. Patrick, their origin, 14 ;
abundance of, connected with the
see of, 122, 123 ; Ferns thought by some the Anglo-Romish times, 585; a speci-
the intrusion of Norman bps., 1035. tributed to St. Malachy, 481.
118; its conversion to Christianity, St. Patrick a captive near, 19.
" Mission, the, in id.," a Romish title for
Missionary zeal of the ancient Irish peo-
seqq. ; in the followers of St. Columba,
by St. Patrick, 43 ; of the saints, false lumbanus, 274 ; in certain missionaries
Moedoc, (or Maidoc, i.e. St. Ædan.) See
early Irish Church illustrated from his
tablishment in, patronized by King Mon, or Anglesey, 1028.
the Danes, 382; state of the county in
the reign of Jas. I., 862, '3.
lawful succession interrupted by the
417; held by Rodk. O'Conor at the
Monasterevan, a Cistertian abbey found.
Monaster Neva, battle of, 795.
Monasteries, the ancient, their use, as their industry and popularity in Eng.
schools of learning, &c. 245, '6; as mis- land, 241; illustrated in St. Cuthbert's
sey, 1028 ; his death, ib.
genl., 238 ; of S. Columbanus, 279- 1017, does homage for the lordships of
Powys and Cardigan, 1026; fortifies
renunciation of private property, as a thrown by the Welsh, and earl Roger