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tain ecclesiastical affairs in Id., Enagh- conference with Pope Anicetus, 198,
tine priory at Kilcumin, Co. Tippe- Irish, A.D. 1614, 906.
Polydore Virgil, qd., 1105.
Consecrations, from its introduction to
kille, 79; their wars with the people “Pope," a title not exclusively belong-
the latter, 185.
England against the Irish, on various
occasions before the Refn., 487 seqq.,
555, 602, '4, 624, 633, 647, '8 n., 661,
in old times by Romish authorities,
674, 861, &c.; their assertion of a
see Deposing Power, Oaths, &c. ; P.
trick's mission by P. Celestine, 29. monarchs of the entire world, &c.,
1402 ; their extensive control over
A.D. 1367, 1139—'45. (See also 1108
of id., his life, 1242 ; specification of Popes, individual, prooceedings of, con-
486; his Bull to Henry II. for the in-
vasion of Jd., 488 ; the motive for
P. Adrian's motive in bestowing Id. on with John of Salisbury, and death, ib.,
491 ; sanction of his Bull in Id., 526,
527 ; whether it remained a secret for
Refn. in Id., 875, 1344; the new race of the concoctor of it, and his accom-
plain of his mischievous interference,
authority for their Easter, 182; his '5, 642, 1121, '3; copy of his bull to
Henry, 1045—7; which seems to have Clement V. orders all monks to enter
sity in Dublin, 629; makes over to the
Peter's, Rome, into England, 209; that island for seven years, 1151.
phenix plume," &c., in support of his
intelligence of the submission of the O'Neill, the Sugan Desmond, &c.,
Rodk. O'Conor, king of Id, 1091, '2. Gregory I. sends the monk Augustine
makes York an episcopal see, 132, 177;
to, on the 'Three Chapters, 271, 300, letter of 8. Columbanus to, on the
on the Pastoral Office, praised by S.
2; whether he sent St. Patrick also, with certain bishops on the subject
of the Three Chapters, 932–937 ;
tion of St. Malachy, 481; makes an 1009.
tious letter, containing the first claim
to papal supremacy in Id., 427, 580, Dublin university, 629; the Appeal of
the Irish to him on the wrongs of
patronage, 573 n., 634 seqq. ; which
clesiastical Tenths for six years, 1147. his answer, addressed to King Edward
robbers to Id. in aid of the Geraldine seqq. ; Mr. Moore's notes on the sub
Nicholas IV. makes to Ed. I. a grant of
Paschal controversy, 145; is informed his letter of instructions to the agents
Paul III., his thundering Bull against
Irish, and inquiries concerning them, 709; an abstract of its contents, 1201
O'Neill to rebellion, 1204 seqq.; pa-
tion of Id., 743.
giance of King James, &c., 858, 1313
brief confirming such condemnation,
mation of the collegiate establishment tions, 1332 seqq. ; writes again to the
Irish recusants, A.D. 1614, 884, 1388
Rome write to the Irish on the Easter Ossory, 1374.
Pelagius II. prevents Gregory the Great
from going on the Saxon mission, 128.
Pius IV., his Creed unknown to the old
Pius V., his excommunication and deo | Poverty, a characteristic of the Irish
position of Q. Elizabeth, 695, 777 ; the saints of the third class, 61 ; not com-
Powel, Humfrey, prints the Articles of
in promoting S. Virgilius to the bpk. Powel, D., account of his edition of Ch.
radoc's Chronicle of Wales, 1020, 21 ;
II., in the kingdom of Id., 604 ; con- ib. ; extracts therefrom, 1023—'40.
Poyning's Act, 1191 n.
Prayers for the dead, in early times, 50,
England," against the Oath of King gatory by the old Irish, ib., 368 ; Bp.
to the dead, abuse of, (A.D. 788,) 355 ;
sumbanus in his monks, 287; daily
Preaching, of God's Word, a dearth of,
maintained in English by Henry VIIL..
gilius relative to irregular baptisms, all, 728, 733 n. ; Sir F. Bacon's re-
Predestinarian controversy of the ninth
in, 399, 400.
Prene, John, abp. of Armagh, 1111; his
among the old Irish, 986
nion, Mr. T. Moore's view of, 1425.
Preston, Sir Christr., his mission to the commencement of its spoliation,
1059 ; antiquity of some of its consti-
Elizabeth, 843 ; arrangements for pro- Prosper's Chronicle qd., 2, 29.
“ Prove all things," apparently a favour-
Irish by Gillebert, 444; those of Id. 157, 296.
Psalmody of the ancient Irish noticed,
occupation of s. Columbkille, 92; a
favourite study of St. Aidan and his
the Book of Common Prayer, supposed in general, 234 ; commented on by 8.
used as a penalty by the old monks,
dral corporation in Id., instead of monasteries of 8. Columbanus, 285, '6;
and in N. Ferrar's family, note, ib.
banishing the agents of Rome, A.D. nastic rule of 8. Columbanus, 283.
concerning, 214; not a doctrine of the
and opposition to the enactment of the nor of Sedulius, 393; attributed to
regal supremacy, 688–691. See 1192. the old Irish by Mr. T. Moore, 1421;
Derg, (Co. Donegal.) 1227.
ings to the clergy at, contested be
material for political tinkers, 1065 ; of Dublin, 624.