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CONTENTS OF THE SUPPLEMENTARY VOLUME.
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
The famous Epistle of St. Columbanus to Pope
Boniface IV., on the Three Chapters, now first
v. Bede's account of the symbolical mcaning of
the Paschal Rule
Extract from a Letter of Pope John vïlr., re-
commending the use of the Vulgar Tongue in
. In the first column of this table are set the Numbers of the Appendix which
tid. of original documents, or periods, referred to in each article.
to which are appended some Anecdotes of the
Proceedings of the first papal Legates con-
Letter of Pope Alexander 111. to the Bishops of
Ireland ; given, with those which follow, now
A.D. 1172 534 The same Pope to King Roderic Ö'Conor
A.D. 1486 619 Summary of the Episcopal Succession in the pri-
matial See of Armagh, from the commence-
under Primate Mac Molissa, now first pub-
John XXII., on the wrongs inflicted on them
A.D. 1306 679 of the Early Roman Taxations of Ireland, with
To which are added, Historical Memoirs of the
King Henry VIII., to which are appended - 1189
Also, a passage from the Institution of a Christian
Man, indicating the views which it was intended
to set forth on the same topic
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
List of the bishops who attended the Irish Parlia-
1. Some notices connected with the History of R.
present succession of titular Primates of Ireland 1228
pared with ancient Irish usages ..
Bull of Pope Gregory X111. in favour of the Irish
Insurrection against Queen Elizabeth, headed