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ib. & 239


Chichester, Colonel, makes prisoners services against the infurgents, 213,
of the Irish, who came to him for

Informs the lords justices,
protection, i. 200.

232, note. Services done by his
Clanrickard, Earl of, gives an ac reginent, 265, note.

count of the insurgents, i 2013 Coote, (old) Sir Charles, cruelly puts
Again, 206. Writes to the Earl to death several innocent persons
of Essex, 214, note.

Shews the in the town of Wicklow, i. 237.
impediments to the peace in his Makes a proposal at the council-
letter to Ormond, 215, note. board for executing a general mal-
Mentions the causes of the insur sacre on all che catholics in Ireland,
rection in a letter to the Duke of

Made governor of
Richmond, 231, note. In ano-

Dublin, 240.

Burns Clontarin,
ther letter, 255. Complains of 242. Executes martial law indif-
Ormond's army, ib. In a letter criminately, 248, note.

to Ormond complains of the pro provost-mafter general, 249. Cau-
ceeedings of the lords justices, ses Higgins a priest to be put to
256-258. Expoftulates with a death, ib. His character, ib. His
just and spirited resentment in a wanton cruelties, 266. Killed at
letter to the Earl of Effex, 267. Triin (says Borlase) pursuing the
Transmits the request of the gen rebels, note, above p. 238.
tlemen of Connaught to the go -, (young) Sir Charles, commits
vernment, 270. Obliged to apo hostilities on the confederates in
logize for it, ib. Commiffioned Connaught, i. 306. Frequently
with others to meet the confederate assaults Lord Clanrickard, 344.
catholics, 274. Acquaints the king Makes false promises to Owen
in a letter of the opposition of the O'Nial, ii. 16. Is made president
lords justices, 276.
Meets the of Connaught, 73.

Sends an ex-
confederates at Trim, 278. Re press to the king, 74.

Finds af-
ceives their remonftrance, ib. Jains fiftance to seize the castle of Dub-
in a memorial addressed to his ma lin, ib. Sends commissioners to
jesty, 309.
Reafons wit Or-

his majesty, 75. Created Earl of
mond on the treaty of peace, 313. Montrath, and made one of the
Writes to Ormond on his refu-

lords justices, 79.
fal to join the confederates, 344. Cromwell, Oliver, arrives at Dublin,
Shews cause that Sir Charles Coote ii. 10. Takes Drogheda by storm,
fhould be proclaimed a rebel and Orders that no quarter be
a traitor, 345. Is prevailed on to

given, ib.

His breach of faith,
accept the government in the ab and barbarity, ib. Repeats the
sence of Ormond, ii. 39. Trans fame at Wexford, 12. Publishes
mits to Ormond an account of af. a proclamation, 13. Transports
fairs in Ireland, 45. Leaves Ire forty thousand Irish, 55. Tranf-

plants the Irish into Connaught,
Clarendon, Earl of, is exceedingly 58. Eftablishes high courts of

partial in his account of the Itate of justice, called Cromwell's Nauzh-
the catholics before the insurrec ter-bouses, 61.
tion, i. 216, note. His account of

Henry, fon to Oliver, is
popish judges and juries, ii. 147. placed in the government of Ire-

Of Captain Ashton's trial, 150. land, ii. 69. Makes a favourable
Clotworthy, Sir John, declares in a representation of the Irish, ib.

speech in the house of commons of His character, 70. Is invested with
England, that the conversion of full power and authority in Ire-
papists in Ireland was only to be
effected by the bible in one hand Cork, (old) Earl of, his account, in
and the sword in the other, i. a letter to the speaker of the Eng.

linh house of commons of his fuc-
Cole, Sir William, receives pri cess in indi&ting eleven hundred
vate intelligence of the insurrec-

persons, among whom were many
tion, i. 480, note. His fingular
His fingular noblemen, i, 253. This proceed-


land, 54.

land, 73.

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ing he calls, the work of works, in concert with Ormond, enters ina

to a new treaty with the confede-
Crosby, Sir Pierce, is fequestered from rates, 381. His fpirited attempt
the privy council, iv 149.

to prevent Ormond from giving up

the regalia to the parliament com-

missioners, 390. Receives a let-

ter from Ormond, acquainting
DAVIS, Sir John, (Attorney gene him that peace was concluded,

ral of Ireland), his character of
the Irish, i. 4, note. Expresses Dillon, of Coltelloe, Lord, urges

their sufferings emphatically, 56. against the prorogation of parlia-
Delvin, Lord Baron of, refuses to ment, i. 228.

His advice to the
digo the proclamation against the lords justices fighted, 231.
Earl of Delmond, i. 29. Goes Dopping, Bishop of Meath, preaches
with other noblemen with their against keeping faith with the Irish
complaints to the king, 93.

catholics, ii. 205.
Derry, its gates But against king Downham, Bishop of Derry, delivers

James, ii. 171. Belieged by De a discourse before the state against
Rofen, ib. The means taken to catholics, i. 109.
reduce it to surrender, ib. Had no Dunboy, cattle ot, cruelty of the lord
effect but firing on their friends president at the taking of it, i. 46,
from its walls, 172, note. Gar 47.
rison of, not behindhand in cru- Dunboyne, James Lord of, takes the
elty with De Rosen, 180.

command of the town of Feath ard,
De Rosen, Mareschal, belieges Der-

ry, II. 171. His expedient to re- Dungan, Sir John, his altercation
duce it under obedience to king with Captain Price, i. 133, note.
James, ib. Represents to his ma- Dungarvan, Lord of, his cruelty at
jesty the ill consequences of his the surrender of the castle of Ard-
ciemency, 172, note. His order,

more, i. 219, note.
378. His motives, ib. note. At- Dunjany, Lord, imprisoned and in-
tempts to justify his conduct in a dicted by order of government, i.
letter to the king, 179.

Desmond, Earl of, proclaimed, with-
ont committing any overt act of

treason, i. 27. His letter to the
Earl of Ormond, 29. His deaih, ECCLIN, Bishop of Down, his me-

thod of ordaining, i. 88.
Digby, Lord, in concert with Or- Elizabeth, Queen, llavery of the

mond, fummons the Earl of Gla Irish in the reign of, i. 5. Her
morgan before the council, i. 326. instructions to Sir John Perrot, 21,
Accuses him of forging his com-

Displeased that her com-
miilion, ib. Writes to Ormond rands respecting Tyrone were not
from Kilkenny, 337, note,

His executed, 24. Disposes of Def-
good opinion of the confederates, mond's estate, 32. Restores his
343. Receives a letter from Or son (James) to honour, 33. Her
mond acknowledging his treating remarks on the destruction made
with the parliament commissioners, in Ireland, 38. Orders the depu-
345, note.

Writes to Ormond ty to pardon all the inhabitants of
concerning the king's : situation, Muniter, ib. Her order not ftri&tly
Arrives in Dublin, 350.

observed, 39.
His declaration to perfect a peace Elex, Walter Devereux, Earl of,
with the confederates, -352. His invites Bryan O'Nial of Claneboy
character, ib. note. Enters into a and his family to an entertainment,
private engagement with General i. 12. The cruel inanger he treat-
Preston, 37.5. Writes to Ormond, ed them, 13.
376. Receives an answer, and Everard, Sir John, is chosen speaker
writes again to him, 377. He, of the house of commons by one




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party, i. 92. Dragged out of the Glamorgan, earl of, is commiffion.
chair by the other party, ib. Makes ed to conclude a peace with the
a motion in the house of com confederates, i. 323. Arrives at
mons for redress of grievances, Kilkenny, 324. Al copy of his

treaty accidentally found, 324. Is
Euftace, Sir Maurice, in a letter to summoned before the council, and

the Marquis of Ormond, gives an impeached by Ormond and Digby,
account of the horrid advice of Sir 326. Imprisoned, ib.

His com-
William Parsons and of Sir Adam mission publicly disavowed by the
Loftus, i. 392. Made lord chan king, ib Is enlarged, 329. Goes
cellor and one of the lords justices to Kilkenny, ib. Writes to the
of Ireland, ii. 79. His conduct Marquis of Ormond, 330. Nego-
on the report of a conspiracy, 84.

ciates with the Nuncio Renuccini,

ib. Proves his commission real,


Receives two letters from

the king, ib.
FAMINE in Ireland, occasioned by Glenco, account of the massacre of,

the English destroying the corn, i. 7. 172, note.

49. Horrible effects of it, ib. Gorge, Dr. secretary to Marshal
Faulkland, lord deputy, is dismissed Schomberg, his account of King
from his viceroyalty, i. 108, note.

William's army, ii. 159.

Fitzwilliams, Sir William, enters on

letter to Colonel Hamilton, 379
the government of Ireland then 383.
peaceable and quiet, i. 15. De- Gormaxftown, lord, the arms given
signs to enrich himself by seeking him recalled, i. 235.. Is appoint-
for Spanish treasure among the in-

ed one of the commissioners to creat
habitants of the coat of Connaught for a cessation, 284.
and Ulster, 16. Takes two Ulster Grant, Winter, (Mr Leyburne)
gentlemen prisoners, who were well brings letters from the queen and
affected to government, ib. Causes

the Prince of Wales to Ormond,
Hugh M-Mahon to be unjustly put i. 383. Expoftulates with Or-
to death, 17. Infames the northern mond, ib. Is employed to treat
chieftains by his cruelty, 18. Sends with the confederates, 384.
forces into Fermanagh and takes Gray, lord deputy, orders che garri-
Macguire's castle of Enniskillen, son of Smerwick to be put to the

Is recalled into England, 21. sword, i. 11. Makes a victorious
Forbes, lord, bis conduct at the town circuit round the kingdom, 68.

of Galway, i. 256. Murders Grenville, Sir Richard, his behaviour
committed by his foldiers, 273, to the gentlemen taken at the battle

of Rathconnel, i. 278.


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George I. popery laws enforced in HAMILTON, Sir Frederick, burns
the reign of, ii. 251.

Sligo, and kills three hundred of
George Il. penal laws put in force in the Irish, i. 219, note. Equal in

the reign of, ii. 256_-263. Is cruelty to Sir Charles Coute, 237,
addressed by the catholics of Ire note.
land, 266.

Heylin, Dr. observes the absurdity of
Geogh, Sir James, makes a motion on the act of 2d. Elizabeth, relative

chusing a speaker of the house of to the Irish, i. 66. His account of

commons, i. 91. Rejected, 92. the reformation in England, 72,
Gibson, colonel, his conduct at Caric-
main castle, i. 214, note.

Hume, ftrangely mifled by 'Temple,
Ginckle, lieutenant general, signs the i. 213. His evasive answer, 215,
articles of Limerick, ii. 312 and note. Launches out into Atrains of

Uses means to infringe the invective against the catholic cler-
first military article, 226.

gy, 222.





107. They dermard the benefit of
JAMES I. intrigues of, previous to the two treaties of


ji. 122.
the death of Queen Elizabe:h, i. Isand-Magee, Massacre of, 195-
57. His promises to the catholics, 198. Reinaks on Dr. Leland's
58. Publvihes an act of oblivion, account of, ib.
65. Forbids the exercise of the Insurgents, chiefs of the, their huma-
catholic religion in Ireland, ib. nity, i. 216–221.
Approves of Chichester's proceed-
ings with the aldermen of Dublin,

77. His quirk of royal logic, 95. KILKENNY, general affumbly, and
Orders the deputy to thank the supreme council of the catholic no-
parliament, 99.

bility and gently there, i. 271---
James II. State of the protestants of 288. Acts of the general con-

Ireland considered in the reign of, gregation held there, ii. 359.
ii. 142–146. Orders the deputy King, Mr. his house and corn destroyed,
to ißue quo-warrantos, 151, note. contrary to the public faith, i. 242.
Sends De Rosen to beliege Derry. Killeen, lord, with other noblemen,
171. Countermands De Roten's petition the king, 1.93.
order, 176. His circular letter on Kinsale, betieged, i. 42. Surrender
that occation, ib. note. Falsely of, 43. Cruelty of the English af-
accused of taking their churches ter the battle there, 45–43.
from the protestants, 181. Pub- Knox, bishop of Raphoe, informs the
Jithes proclamation against med, deputy of the means to extirpate
dling with them, 182. His con popery out of Ireland, i. 89.
duet compared with that of the
p!ince of Orange, ib. noie. Charged

with violating his coronation vath, LEE, Captain Thoras, his brief de-
183, note. Cause of the decline of claration of the government of Ire-
the protestant religion in Ireland Jand, ij. 295–326.
in the reign of, 186--188. His Leicesier, earl of, receives intelligence
coronation oath, 399.

of the insurrection, i. 183. Re-
Fames-town, meeting of the bishops ceives private intelligence from the
there, ii. 28-30.

lords justices, 234.
Inchiquin, lord, receives a commiffion Leslie, general of the covenanting ar-

from the Engliih parliament, i. my, his coming to Ireland to extir-
298. Performs contiderable ser-

pate the Roman catholics of Uliter,
vices for the parliament, ib. His 1. 173: His design discovered by a
laborious exploit at Cathel, ib. leiter intercepied, ib.
Adminiiters an oath to his officer's Limerick, Surrender of, ii. 202. Sur-
10 extirpate popery, 300. Com render of favourable to King Wil-
mits hoitilities daily in Munster,

Articles of, 206–
306. His forces revolt to the re-

Infringement of its articles
bels, ii. 18.

commences, 225.

Its catholic ci-
Insurrection, immediate cause of, i. tizens cruelly treated, 231.
172. Unfair mitrepresentation of, Lorrain, duke of, his treaty consider-
180-186. Begins in Ulster, with
the cause, 190-192.

Loughrea, meeting of the catholic af.
Irin, reputed aliens, i. 2. No felo. Jembly there, by the appointment

ny to kill a mere Trihonan, ib. of Ormond, ii. 37–44." Conduct
They petition for the benefit of the of the clergy there, ib.450
law, 3. Their love of justice, 4. Ludlow, Edmund, general to Crom-
In ablolute ilavery in the reigns of well, and parliainent commissioner,
Henry Vill. and Edward VI.


publishes a proclamation against
Received to mercy on hard terms, priests, ii. 63. Offers life to Sir

Prohibited the exercise of Phelim O'Nial, if he would accule
Their religion, 65. Excluded out the king, 65. Appointed chief
of the general ačt of oblivion, 77. general in the puritan cunfpiracy,
Their sufferings and patience dure 127.
ing the reign of James I. 104


liam, 203:


ed, ii. 44-53

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Lutber, Martin, a part of his last will Moore, Roger, his motives for rebel-
and testament, i. 7, note.

ling, i. 188.

Moreton, bishop of Kildare, preaches

on the obligation of keeping the

public faith, ii. 205.
MAC DONNELL, Sir Alexander, Montgomery, bishop of Derry, his

alias Colkitto, commands an army account of the conspiracy confut-
fent to Scotland, i. 304. Slain in ed, i. 81-82.

the battle of Knocnoness, ib. note. Mountgarret, lord, presisles at the
Macguire, a northern !ord, stands up council held at Kilkenny, i. 333.

on his defence, i. 19, Is proclaim- Mountjoy, lord deputy, gives his
ed a traitor by the lord depuly, 20. opinion of the war in a letter to
Joins with the other lords of the the council in England, i. 35.
north for felf-defence, ib. Charged Receives an answer from the queen,
with rebellion, 180.

39. Does not fulfil her order, ib.
Mac Mahon, chieftain of Monagh His conduct at Cork, 61. At

an, furrenderś his country to Waterford, 63. Conducts Tirone
Queen Elizabeth, i. 16. Receives a to England, 64.

ib. His brother Munser, tumults there, ii. 271.
Hugh Roe Mac Mahon put to Causes assigned, ib. and notes.
death by the lord deputy, 17. His Murders, collection of, committed on
estate diftributed to Sir Henry Bag-

the Irish, ii. 347–359.
nal and other adventurers, 19, note.
Ever, bishop of Clogher, his

conduct at the assembly of the pre-
lates at Clonmacnoise, ii. 14, note. NUGENT, Mr. makes submission to
Receives a commission from Or the president, i. 52. His offer to kill
mond to the command of the army the Earl of Delmond, ib. Taken
sent by Owen O'Nial, 18. Is tak in the attempt and hanged, ib.
en prisoner and put to death by

-, justice, his declaration at
order of Sir Charles Coote, ib. Drogheda, ii. 148.

Hugh, put to the rack, i. 258,


ii. 237:


Malone, counsellor, pleads at the bar
of both houses of parliament, O'CONNELLY, Captain Owen, the

famous discoverer of the Irish re-
Maxwell, Dr. Robert, extract of his bellion, brings letters to the British

examination, i. 191, note. His ac colonels in Ulfter recommending to
count of the ghosts of Portnadown,

them to take the covenant, 294.
207, note. His relation of Mrs. An account of his conduct, 295.

Hovenden, 217, and note, ib. O'Conor, Charles, his account of a
Mer vin, Sir Audley, speaker of the transaction in Kerry, i. II,

house of commons, his assertion in Of the affair of Mulloghmaston, 14.
a public speech to the Duke of O'Donnell, first cause of his disaffe&ti-
Ormond, ii. 195. Speaks favou on to the government, i. 24.

rably of the catholics, 220. O‘Farrells, of the county of Long-
Meath, Dr. Henry Jones, bishop of, ford, send a remonftrance of griev-

his discovery of the Irish rebellion, ances to the lords justices, i. 194
j. 80. His assertion in a letter to O‘Nial, Owen, made general of the
Dr. Borlase, 193.

Irish forces, i. 216. Reprimands
Monk, general, his proposal to Owen Sir Phelim O'Nial, 217. Refuses

O'Nial, ii. 16, note. Is declared to submit to the peace, 335. His

lord lieutenant of Ireland, 74. realons, ib. Unjuftly charged of
Monroe, major general, behaves per ingratitude and perfidy, 361. His

fidiously to the Earl of Antrim, i. answer to General Preston, 365.
296. Commits hoitilities daily in Advances towards Dublin with an
Ulter, 306. Receives a commission

army, 370. Proclaimed a rebel,
from the English parliament, 320. ii. s. His character, ib. note. Con-
Takes Belfait, ib.

cludes a treaty with Ormond, 17.


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