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BOOK VI.--continued.

CF. IX.-History of the Church in Ireland under James 1.-— Rome succeeds

in establishing a new branch of her Communion in the country.-Notices
of its original construction, first prelates, &c.


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Extracts from the Ecclesiastical Annals of Car-

dinal Baronius, containing his charge of schism

against the Irish Church of the sixth century,

with some annotations thereupon

The famous Epistle of St. Columbanus to Pope

Boniface IV., on the Three Chapters, now first

given in English

v. Bede's account of the symbolical mcaning of

the Paschal Rule
Note on some analogies between the Covenanters

and the early monks
Extract from a Letter of Pope John vïlr., re-

commending the use of the Vulgar Tongue in
Divine Worship, with notes, &c.




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. In the first column of this table are set the Numbers of the Appendix which
are expressly referred to in the notes to the work. The second column contains
the Numbers of additional insertions, interpolated chronologically in the Appendix,
although not distinctly mentioned as to be found in it, in the notes aforesaid.

tid. of original documents, or periods, referred to in each article.
1 i.e. of the present work, with which the article is connected.

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The Instructions" of St. Columbanus, two of

which, (now first rendered into English,) are

given in full, viz. :-

Instruction XII., on looking for the Second

Advent of Christ


Instruction XIII., on coming to Christ, the

Living Fountain


Letter of Pope Gregory Vi., commonly called

Hildebrand, to Turlogh O'Brian, King of Ire-

land, containing the first papal claim to any

kind of supremacy over the island


of the ancient Episcopal Sees, Church Disciplinte,

&c., of Ireland, with several Catalogues of our

old Sees, from various authorities


Extracts from the Life of St. Kentegern, Bishop

of Glasgow, &c., illustrative of the mode of epis-

copal consecration, &c., in use among the an-

cient Britons and Irish


Illustrations of the intercourse which subsisted

between the Irish and the people of England

and Wales before the Conquest, as in-

The account of the Irish Expedition to England,

under the sons of King Harold

The Letter of Murtogh O'Brien to Primate An-

selm, and the


Extracts from the Chronicle of Wales, by Caradoc 1019

Letter of the Burgesses of Dublin, to Ralph,

Archbishop of Canterbury

Irish account of the Synod of Kells


Bull of Pope Adrian IV., granting Henry II.,

King of England, liberty to seize on Ireland for



to which are appended some Anecdotes of the

Proceedings of the first papal Legates con-

nected with Ireland


Bull of Pope Alexander III. to King Henry I.,

confirming the preceding one of Adrian IV. 1053

Note on the eighth Act of the Synod of Cashel 1054

Some Account of the Tithes and other property

belonging to the Church in Ireland


Letter of Pope Alexander III. to the Bishops of

Ireland ; given, with those which follow, now
for the first time in English

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A.D. 1172 533

Pope Alexander III. to King Henry II., on the

conquest of Ireland, with remarks on the barba-

rity, &c., of the Irish


A.D. 1172


The same Pope to the Irish Nobles, on the same



A.D. 1172 534 The same Pope to King Roderic Ö'Conor


A.D. 1186

552 Illustrations of the oppressive policy of the Anglo-

Normans towards the Britons and Irish, from

Giraldus Cambrensis


A.D. 1186 606 Synopsis of the Episcopal Succession in the See of

Dublin, from Bishop Donatus, or Donogh, A.D.

1038, to Archbishop Whately


A.D. 1486 666 To which is appended, a brief account of L. Sim-

nel's rebellion


A.D. 1486 619 Summary of the Episcopal Succession in the pri-

matial See of Armagh, from the commence-
ment, in St. Patrick, to the primacy of Archbi-

shop Beresford


A.D. 1291 627 The Confederation of the Ecclesiastics of Irelanä,

under Primate Mac Molissa, now first pub-



A.D. 1318 634 The Complaint of the Nobles of Ireland" to Pope

John XXII., on the wrongs inflicted on them

by the English under papal sanction, now first

given in full to the English reader


A.D. 1318 641 Reply of Pope John to the foregoing, addressed

to Edward II., King of England..


A.D. 1367

661 State of the Irish Episcopacy at the period of the

Statute of Kilkenny, shewing its general subju-

gation to papal influence in that age


A.D. 1306 679 of the Early Roman Taxations of Ireland, with
a synopsis of that of the year 1306, hitherto un-


A.D. 1291 679 Bull of Pope Nicholas IV., making over to King

Edward I. a grant of the Ecclesiastical Tenths

in Ireland, &c.


A.D. 1489


Extracts from the Bull of Pope Innoceni vui.

for the confirmation of the foundation of a Col-

legiate Church in Galway


To which are added, Historical Memoirs of the
diocese of Enaghdun, or Annadown

A.D. 1536 683 Notes on the Irish Parliament of the 28th year of

King Henry VIII., to which are appended - 1189


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The account given by the Four Masters of King

Henry's alterations in matters of religion, and 1193

An account of the mode of nomination, confirma-

tion, &c., of Bishops, introduced by this king's



Also, a passage from the Institution of a Christian

Man, indicating the views which it was intended

to set forth on the same topic


With some further illustrations of the same, from
the late Hereford Case," and Mr. Justice
Coleridge's judgment thereupon

1197, '9

Abstract of the Bull of Pope Paul III, denounced

against King Henry VIII., absolving his sub-

jects of their allegiance, &c.


1. Letter of the Bishop of Metz, conveying to

Con O'Neill the suggestions of the Pope and his

Cardinals for stirring up rebellion in Ireland 1203

2. Letter of Pope Paul III., to the same chief, on

the same subject


Specimen of the Forms of submission of the Irish

princes to King Henry VIII.


List of the bishops who attended the Irish Parlia-

ment of A.D. 1560


State of the Irish Episcopacy in a d. 1560.. 1209

Account of the Succession of Titular Primates,

&c., in Ireland


1. Some notices connected with the History of R.



2. Account of the life of Rd. Creagh, first of the

present succession of titular Primates of Ireland 1228

3. Notices of the Successors of R. Creagh, to the

present age ..


4. Remarks on the present mode of nomination to

the titular episcopate in this country, as com-

pared with ancient Irish usages ..


5. of Matthew Oviedo, and his Successors, the

titular archbishops of Dublin, to the present



Bull of Pope Pius v. for the Deposition, &c., of

Queen Elizabeth


Bull of Pope Gregory XM11. in favour of the Irish

Insurrection against Queen Elizabeth, headed

by James Fitzmaurice


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