IRELAND Irish HISTORY Genealogy 1905 HERALDRY Antique ATLAS MAPS PHOTOS Celtic

IRELAND Irish HISTORY Genealogy 1905 HERALDRY Antique ATLAS MAPS PHOTOS Celtic
IRELAND Irish HISTORY Genealogy 1905 HERALDRY Antique ATLAS MAPS PHOTOS Celtic
IRELAND Irish HISTORY Genealogy 1905 HERALDRY Antique ATLAS MAPS PHOTOS Celtic
IRELAND Irish HISTORY Genealogy 1905 HERALDRY Antique ATLAS MAPS PHOTOS Celtic
IRELAND Irish HISTORY Genealogy 1905 HERALDRY Antique ATLAS MAPS PHOTOS Celtic
IRELAND Irish HISTORY Genealogy 1905 HERALDRY Antique ATLAS MAPS PHOTOS Celtic
IRELAND Irish HISTORY Genealogy 1905 HERALDRY Antique ATLAS MAPS PHOTOS Celtic
IRELAND Irish HISTORY Genealogy 1905 HERALDRY Antique ATLAS MAPS PHOTOS Celtic
IRELAND Irish HISTORY Genealogy 1905 HERALDRY Antique ATLAS MAPS PHOTOS Celtic
IRELAND Irish HISTORY Genealogy 1905 HERALDRY Antique ATLAS MAPS PHOTOS Celtic
IRELAND Irish HISTORY Genealogy 1905 HERALDRY Antique ATLAS MAPS PHOTOS Celtic
IRELAND Irish HISTORY Genealogy 1905 HERALDRY Antique ATLAS MAPS PHOTOS Celtic

IRELAND Irish HISTORY Genealogy 1905 HERALDRY Antique ATLAS MAPS PHOTOS Celtic

Note: Many of my clients are scholars and historians seeking specific information related to their research. For their convenience I include the following details directly from this book. Historical/Genealogical Matter Discussed in this Work (General/Partial Only, Please See Full Contents in Main Description Below): Ireland Irish History Eire Genealogy Ancestry Heraldry Heraldic Shields Coats of Arms Atlas Maps City Town County Village Illustrated Pictorial Picturesque Natural Scenery Public Buildings Abbeys Round Tower Historic Places Statesmen Orators Poets Martyrs Antrim Armagh Carlow Clare Cork Donegal Down Dublin Fermanagh Galway Kerry Kildare Kilkenny Kings Leitrim Limerick Louth Londonderry Longford Meath Mayo Monaghan Queens Roscommon Sligo Tipperary Tyrone Waterford Westmeath Wexford Wicklow Garrick Round tower Giants Causeway Glenarm Castle Dunluce Castle Shanes Castle Carrickfergus Castle Belfast St Patricks Cathedral Belfast Cavan Moher Cliffs Blarney Castle Queenstown Glengarriffe Castle Donegal Castle Ballyshannon Bangor Malahide Castle Lough Erne Lynchs Castle Claddagh Muckross Abbey Killarney Dohertys description Kells Mohill Carrick-on-Shannon Drogheda Derry Slane Castle Rossmore Castle Monaghan Port Arlington Athlone Cashel Family Names Aherne Allen Archdeacon Armstrong Arnold Arthur Arundel Ashe Atkins Bagot Bailey Baldwin Ball Barrett Barrington Barron Barry Baxter Beatty Beggs Bennett Beytagh Birmingham Blake Blennerhassett Bodkin Bowen Boyd Boylan Boyle Bracken Bradley Brady Branigan Breen Brehon Brennan Breslin Brett Brick Broderick Brodie Brody Brogan Browne Bryan Buckley Burke Butler Byrne Cahan Cahill Cairns Caldwell Callahan Callan Campbell Campion Canavan Canning Cannon Cantwell Carbery Barey Carmody Carney Carr Carroll Cassan Casey Cassidy Caulfield Cavanagh Cawley Christie Christy Clancy Clarke Cleary Coffey Cogan Coghrane Colaghan Cole Coleman Colgan Collier Collins Colwell Comerford Conaty Conklin Conlan Conmy Connellan Connelly Connery Conran Conroy Constable Conway Coogan Cooke Cooney Coppinger Corbett Corcoran Corrigan Corry Cosgrove Costello Costigan Cotter Coughlan Counihan Courtney Cowell Cox Coyle Coyne Crane Crean Creigh Creighton Crofton Crohan Croke Croker Croly Crosby Crotty Crowe Crowley Cuddahy Culhane Cullen Cullum Cummins Cumisky Cunningham Curley Curran Curry Curtin Cusack Dalton Daly Dane DArcy Daunt Davies Davin Davis Davoren Dawson Deady Deagan Deargan Deasy Deering DeLacy Delaney Delmore Dempsey Dennehy Dermody Desmond Devane Devaney Devereux Devine Devlin Devoy Dillon Dinan Dinnen Diver Doan Dogherty Dolan Donagher Donegan Dongan Donlan Donelvy Donnellan Donnelly Donohue Donovan Doody Doolan Dooley Doran Dowd Dowling Downey Downing Downs Doyle Driscoll Duane Duffy Duggan Dungan Dunn Dunphy Durkin Dwyer Early Egan Elliot Emmett Ennis Esmond Eustace Evans Fagan Fahy Fallon Falvey Fanning Farley Farrell Farrelly Faulkner Fay Feehan Feely Feeny Fenessy Ferguson Field Fihilly Finaghty Finn Finnegan Finnerty Finton Fitzgerald Fitzgibbon FitzMaurice Fitzpatrick Fitzsimmons Flaherty Flanagan Flattery Fleming Flood Flynn Fogarty Foley Foran Ford Forest Fox Foy French Fullerton Furlong Gafney Gahan Gallagher Galligan Gannon Garrett garvan Garvey Gavahan Gavan Gaynor Geary Geagnan Geraghty Gibbons Gibney Gibson Gilbride Gildea Gilduff Gilleran Gillespie Gilligan Gillon Gilmartin Gilmore Gilroy Gleason Glennon Goff Gorman Gormley Gough Gould Goulding Grace Graham Grant Grattan Green Grey Griffin Grimley Grogan Guilfoyle Haggerty Halligan Halloran Halpin Hanagan Hand Hanley Hanlon Hanna Hannon Hanrahan Hardy Harrington Harris Harrold Hart Hartigan Harvey Haugh Hayden Hayes Healy Hearne Heenan Hefferan Heffernan Hennessy Henry Herbert Herlihy Hervey Hickey Higgins Hill Hoey Hogan Hogarty Hollahan Holland Holmes Horan Huggins Hughes Hurley Hussey Hyde Hynes Innis Ireland Jackson Johnson Jones Jordan Jourdan Joyce Judge Kane Kavanaugh Keane Kearin Kearney Kearns Keating Keeffe Keegan Keely Keenan Keevill Kehoe Keilty Keller Kelliher Kelly Keneally Kennedy Kenny Keogh Kerrigan Kiely Kieran Kilbride Killduff Killkelly Killpatrick Kilmartin Kilroy Kinane Kinehan King Kinsella Kirby Kirwin Knight Knox Komteen Laffan Lake Lally Lalor Lambert Lane Langan Lanigan Larkin Lavan Lawless Lawlor Leahy Leary Lee Lehane Lenihan Lennon Leonard Lindsay lloyd Locke Loftus Logan Lombard Lonergan Lowry Lucy Ludlow Lynam Lynch Lyons Lysaght MacGeoghan Mack Mackey MacNeill MacShane Madagan Madden Madigan Magauran Maginn Maher Mahon Mahony Mallet Mallin Malloy Malone Malony Mangan Manly Manning Mannion Markey Martin Mathew McAllister McAuley McAuliffe McAvoy McBridge McCabe McCall McCann McCartan McCarthy McCartney McCauley McClelland McConnell McCoy McCue McCurdy McDaniel McDermott McDevitt McDonnell McDonough McElligot McElroy McEnerney McEwen McFadden McGarrey Mcgee McGill McGloin McGlynn McGough McGovern McGowan McGrath McGuinness McGuire McHale McHenry McHugh McInerney McIvor McKay McKee McKeever McKenna McKeon McKiegan McKiernan McKinley McLean McLoughlin McMahon McManus McMaster McMullen McMorrough 8 mcNally McNamara McNamee McNaughton McNulty McSweeney McVeagh McWilliams Meade Meagher Meehan Melvin Milliken Mitchell Moloney Molyneux Monaghan Monahan Monck Montgomery Mooney Moore Moran Morgan Moriarty Morley Moroney Morris Morrison Moylan Mulcahy Muldoon Mulhall Mulhern Mulladay Mullally Mullane Mullany Mullen Mulligan Mulrooney Mulvany Mulvey Mulvihill Murley Murphy Murray Murtagh Naghten Nagle or Nangle Nash Naughton Nealan Neville Nevins Neylan Nolan Noonan or Nunan Norton Nugent OBrassil OBrien OByrne OCallaghan OConnell ODay ODea ODell ODogherty ODonnell DDonoghue ODonovan ODriscoll ODwyer OFlaherty OGara OGorman OGrady OHagan OHalloran OHanlon OHara OHare OHart OHea OHerlihy OKeeffe OLeary Oliver OLoughlin OMahony OMalley OMeara ONeill ORegan OReilly ORourke OShea OSullivan OToole Owens Padden Palmer Parker Parnell Pettit Phelan Phillips Plunkett Poole Powers Prendergast Purcell Quay Quigley Quill Quinlan Quinlevan Quinn Quirk Rahilly Raleigh Rattigan Ray Regan Reardon Reddin Reddy Redmond Reid Reynolds Rice Richardson Ridley Riley Riordan Ring Robertson Roche Roddy Rogan Rogers Ronayne Rooney Ross Russell Ryan Ryder Ryding Sadlier Saunders Savage Scanlan Scully Sexton Shanahan Shanly Shannon Shaughnessy Sheedy Sheehan Sheehy Sheridan Shiel Shields Sinnott Skelly Slattery Slevin Sloan Smith Spellman Spillane Splaine Stevens Stafford Stewart Swift Taffe Talbot Talty Tanner Tate Taylor Thompson Tiernan Tierney Tigh Timony Tims Tobin Tomkins Toomey Tracey Travers Tuite Tully Turner Tuthill Twohill Tyrrell Vaughan Wakely Wall Walsh Ward Warren Waters West Wheeler Whelan White Wood Wray Wright.

THE ATLAS AND CYCLOPEDIA OF IRELAND. A Comprehensive Delineation of the Thirty-Two Counties.

With a Beautifully Colored Map of Each, Arranged Alphabetically, Showing Over 11,000 Cities, Towns, Villages, and Places of Public Interest. Embracing Over Two Hundred Illustrations of the Natural Scenery, Public Buildings, Abbeys, Round Towers and Other Romantic and Historic Places, Reproduced by Eminent Artists from Photographs Especially Taken for This Work. THE GENERAL HISTORY OF IRELAND, As told by A. Sullivan, and continued by P. A Complete and Authentic History of Ireland, from the Earliest Ages.

Embellished with Portraits of the Leading Statesmen, Orators, Poets and Martyrs of the Emerald Isle, Taken from the Original Paintings of Havery, Teynolds, Lesage and Others. ATLAS AND CYCLOPEDIA OF IRELAND.

Published in 1905 by Murphy & McCarthy, New York. 11 x 9 decorated cloth hardcover. Illustrated with color plates, color maps, and black and white photo plates. Gorgeous exterior as shown in photos, light surface wear. Front inner hinge is cracked, held by webbing (not unusual in an oversized, heavy volume like this). Text is clean and complete, illustrations look great. No torn or loose pages. Wonderful example of this rare antique treasury of old Ireland. This rare, oversized volume is an an incredible collection of Irish history, genealogy and information about her 32 counties. It is illustrated with color maps of each county, along with beautiful black and white photographs showing Irish countrysides, villages and city scenes exactly as they were at the turn of the century. It also features a 20-page color section illustrating all the heraldic shields or coats-of arms of Irish clans.

More than 150 are shown in full color, complete with translations of the shields mottoes. Part Two, which comprises the full history of Ireland through the late 19th century, contains graphic descriptions of the Battle of Clontarf, Strongbows Invasion, Death of Roderick OConnor (Last King of Ireland), Cromwells Invasion, Siege of Derry and the Battle of the Boyne; Siege of Limerick, Penal Laws, The Volunteers, The United Irishmen, Catholic Emancipation and Repeal, the Young Irelanders, Fenian Insurrection, Home Rule and Land League Agitations, and more, bringing it down almost to the Irish League. This book is a must-have for any true son or daughter of Erinn. Historians and genealogists will revel in the combination of useful historical information and antique illustrations. From the handsome, gilt-decorated binding to the goldmine of information and images inside, this book is sure to delight the lucky winner.

In order to give you the most accurate description of this rare old volume, I have provided some helpful details below, which include a summary of the 32 counties profiled; a summary of all the names/clans/families represented in the collection of coats-of-arms; a detailed summary of the 89-chapter history of Ireland; and a summary of all the scenic photographs included in the volume. You can even see some of these photos for yourself further down this page. I hope youll take a few moments to have a look. Contents Are: Part One Atlas of Ireland. Counties Include (each with color map and text profile): Antrim Armagh Carlow Clare Cork Donegal Down Dublin Fermanagh Galway Kerry Kildare Kilkenny Kings Leitrim Limerick Louth Londonderry Longford Meath Mayo Monaghan Queens Roscommon Sligo Tipperary Tyrone Waterford Westmeath Wexford Wicklow COATS OF ARMS/HERALDIC SHIELDS INCLUDE: Aherne Allen Archdeacon Armstrong Arnold Arthur Arundel Ashe Atkins Bagot Bailey Baldwin Ball Barrett & Barrington Barron Barry Baxter Beatty Beggs Bennett Beytagh Birmingham Blake Blennerhassett Bodkin Bowen Boyd Boylan Boyle Bracken Bradley Brady Branigan Breen Brehon Brennan Breslin Brett Brick Broderick Brodie Brody Brogan Browne Bryan Buckley Burke Butler Byrne Cahan Cahill Cairns Caldwell Callahan Callan Campbell Campion Canavan Canning Cannon Cantwell Carbery Barey Carmody Carney Carr Carroll Cassan Casey Cassidy Caulfield Cavanagh Cawley Christie Christy Clancy Clarke Cleary Coffey Cogan Coghrane Colaghan Cole Coleman Colgan Collier Collins Colwell Comerford Conaty Conklin Conlan Conmy Connellan Connelly Connery Conran Conroy Constable Conway Coogan Cooke Cooney Coppinger Corbett Corcoran Corrigan Corry Cosgrove Costello Costigan Cotter Coughlan Counihan Courtney Cowell Cox Coyle Coyne Crane Crean Creigh Creighton Crofton Crohan Croke Croker Croly Crosby Crotty Crowe Crowley Cuddahy Culhane Cullen Cullum Cummins Cumisky Cunningham Curley Curran Curry Curtin Cusack Dalton Daly Dane DArcy Daunt Davies Davin Davis Davoren Dawson Deady Deagan Deargan Deasy Deering DeLacy Delaney Delmore Dempsey Dennehy Dermody Desmond Devane Devaney Devereux Devine Devlin Devoy Dillon Dinan Dinnen Diver Doan Dogherty Dolan Donagher Donegan Dongan Donlan Donelvy Donnellan Donnelly Donohue Donovan Doody Doolan Dooley Doran Dowd Dowling Downey Downing Downs Doyle Driscoll Duane Duffy Duggan Dungan Dunn Dunphy Durkin Dwyer Early Egan Elliot Emmett Ennis Esmond Eustace Evans Fagan Fahy Fallon Falvey Fanning Farley Farrell Farrelly Faulkner Fay Feehan Feely Feeny Fenessy Ferguson Field Fihilly Finaghty Finn Finnegan Finnerty Finton Fitzgerald Fitzgibbon FitzMaurice Fitzpatrick Fitzsimmons Flaherty Flanagan Flattery Fleming Flood Flynn Fogarty Foley Foran Ford Forest Fox Foy French Fullerton Furlong Gafney Gahan Gallagher Galligan Gannon Garrett garvan Garvey Gavahan Gavan Gaynor Geary Geagnan Geraghty Gibbons Gibney Gibson Gilbride Gildea Gilduff Gilleran Gillespie Gilligan Gillon Gilmartin Gilmore Gilroy Gleason Glennon Goff Gorman Gormley Gough Gould Goulding Grace Graham Grant Grattan Green Grey Griffin Grimley Grogan Guilfoyle Haggerty Halligan Halloran Halpin Hanagan Hand Hanley Hanlon Hanna Hannon Hanrahan Hardy Harrington Harris Harrold Hart Hartigan Harvey Haugh Hayden Hayes Healy Hearne Heenan Hefferan Heffernan Hennessy Henry Herbert Herlihy Hervey Hickey Higgins Hill Hoey Hogan Hogarty Hollahan Holland Holmes Horan Huggins Hughes Hurley Hussey Hyde Hynes Innis Ireland Jackson Johnson Jones Jordan Jourdan Joyce Judge Kane Kavanaugh Keane Kearin Kearney Kearns Keating Keeffe Keegan Keely Keenan Keevill Kehoe Keilty Keller Kelliher Kelly Keneally Kennedy Kenny Keogh Kerrigan Kiely Kieran Kilbride Killduff Killkelly Killpatrick Kilmartin Kilroy Kinane Kinehan King Kinsella Kirby Kirwin Knight Knox Komteen Laffan Lake Lally Lalor Lambert Lane Langan Lanigan Larkin Lavan Lawless Lawlor Leahy Leary Lee Lehane Lenihan Lennon Leonard Lindsay lloyd Locke Loftus Logan Lombard Lonergan Lowry Lucy Ludlow Lynam Lynch Lyons Lysaght MacGeoghan Mack Mackey MacNeill MacShane Madagan Madden Madigan Magauran Maginn Maher Mahon Mahony Mallet Mallin Malloy Malone Malony Mangan Manly Manning Mannion Markey Martin Mathew McAllister McAuley McAuliffe McAvoy McBridge McCabe McCall McCann McCartan McCarthy McCartney McCauley McClelland McConnell McCoy McCue McCurdy McDaniel McDermott McDevitt McDonnell McDonough McElligot McElroy McEnerney McEwen McFadden McGarrey Mcgee McGill McGloin McGlynn McGough McGovern McGowan McGrath McGuinness McGuire McHale McHenry McHugh McInerney McIvor McKay McKee McKeever McKenna McKeon McKiegan McKiernan McKinley McLean McLoughlin McMahon McManus McMaster McMullen McMorrough 8 mcNally McNamara McNamee McNaughton McNulty McSweeney McVeagh McWilliams Meade Meagher Meehan Melvin Milliken Mitchell Moloney Molyneux Monaghan Monahan Monck Montgomery Mooney Moore Moran Morgan Moriarty Morley Moroney Morris Morrison Moylan Mulcahy Muldoon Mulhall Mulhern Mulladay Mullally Mullane Mullany Mullen Mulligan Mulrooney Mulvany Mulvey Mulvihill Murley Murphy Murray Murtagh Naghten Nagle or Nangle Nash Naughton Nealan Neville Nevins Neylan Nolan Noonan or Nunan Norton Nugent OBrassil OBrien OByrne OCallaghan OConnell ODay ODea ODell ODogherty ODonnell DDonoghue ODonovan ODriscoll ODwyer OFlaherty OGara OGorman OGrady OHagan OHalloran OHanlon OHara OHare OHart OHea OHerlihy OKeeffe OLeary Oliver OLoughlin OMahony OMalley OMeara ONeill ORegan OReilly ORourke OShea OSullivan OToole Owens Padden Palmer Parker Parnell Pettit Phelan Phillips Plunkett Poole Powers Prendergast Purcell Quay Quigley Quill Quinlan Quinlevan Quinn Quirk Rahilly Raleigh Rattigan Ray Regan Reardon Reddin Reddy Redmond Reid Reynolds Rice Richardson Ridley Riley Riordan Ring Robertson Roche Roddy Rogan Rogers Ronayne Rooney Ross Russell Ryan Ryder Ryding Sadlier Saunders Savage Scanlan Scully Sexton Shanahan Shanly Shannon Shaughnessy Sheedy Sheehan Sheehy Sheridan Shiel Shields Sinnott Skelly Slattery Slevin Sloan Smith Spellman Spillane Splaine Stevens Stafford Stewart Swift Taffe Talbot Talty Tanner Tate Taylor Thompson Tiernan Tierney Tigh Timony Tims Tobin Tomkins Toomey Tracey Travers Tuite Tully Turner Tuthill Twohill Tyrrell Vaughan Wakely Wall Walsh Ward Warren Waters West Wheeler Whelan White Wood Wray Wright.

PHOTOS INCLUDE: Rope bridge, Garrick Round tower, Antrim The Honeycomb, Giants Causeway Glenarm Castle, Antrim Dunluce Castle, Antrim Shanes Castle, Antrim Carrickfergus Castle, Antrim Portrush, Antrim Albert Memorial, Belfast St Patricks Cathecral, Belfast View of Armagh Old St Patricks, Armagh St Patricks Cathedral, Armagh Bridge, Carlow Dublin Street, Carlow Court House, Carlow Jaunting car, Carlow General view of Cavan Church Street, Cavan Court House, Cavan Farnham Street, Cavan Ennistymon Falls, Clare Killaloe, Clare Moher Cliffs, Clare Shandon Church, Cork Queenstown Cathedral, Cork Blarney Castle, Cork Cloyne Cathedral, Cork View of Queenstown, Cork Glengarriffe Castle, Cork Patricks Brige, Cork The Mall, Cork The Square, Fermoy, Cork Gerald Griffins Grave, Cork Donegal Castle Derrybeg Chapel, Donegal The Bridge, Ballyshannon, Donegal Down Cathedral Grey Abbey, Down Bangor, Down Father Burke Memorial Church, Tallaght, Dublin Parliament House, Dublin Rotunda, Dublin OConnell Statue, Dublin Chapel and Connell Tower, Glasnevin Grattan Street, Dublin College Green, Dublin Stephens Green, Dublin Leinster Lawn and Merrion Square, Dublin Viceregal Lodge, Dublin Malahide Castle, Dublin Enniskillen, Fermanagh Tully Castle, Lough Erne Devenish Island, Lough Erne Clifden Cascade, Galway Eyre Square, Galway Kylemore Castle, Galway St Nicholas Church, Galway West Bridge and Father Dalys Chapel, Galway Lynchs Castle, Galweay Fish market, Galway The Claddagh, Galway OConnell Chapel, Churchyard, Kerry Muckross Abbey, Killarney Brickeen Bridge, Killarney Glena Cottage, Killarney Derrycunihy Cottage, Killarney Church and Convent, Kenmare, Kerry Maynooth College, Kildare Franciscan Abbey, Castledermott, Kildare Dohertys description Round Tower, Castledermott, Kildare St. Kiernans College, Kilkenny Ruins at Kells, Kilkenny Celtic Cross, Kells Birr Castle, Kings County Great telescope, Birr, Kings Co. Cumberland Square, Birr, Kings Co. Seven Churches, Kings County Catholic Church, Mohill Main Street, Mohill Catholic Church, Carrick-on-Shannon Main Street, Carrick-on-Shannon Treaty Stone, Limerick Sarsfield Statue, Limerick Thomond Bridge, Limerick Adare Abbey, Limerick Ranciscan Monastery, Askeaton, Lime Drogheda, Louth St Lawrences Gate, Drogheda Mellifont Abbey, Louth Bishops Gate, Derry View of Londonderry Interior of St. Mels Cathedral, Longford St Mels Cathedral, Longford Slane Castle, Meath Saints Peter and Paul Abbey Trim Old Bridge, Meath Pontoon, Mayo Clew Bay, Mayo Cong Abbey, Mayo Moyne Abbey, Mayo Monaghan Cathedral Old Chapel, Moneghan Rossmore Castle, Monaghan Main Street, Portlarlington St Michaels Church, Portarlington Emo Court, Port Arlington Street view, Port Arlington Boyle Abbey, Roscommon Bridge and Castle, Athlone Sligo Abbey Lough gill, Sligo Sligo Cathedral Ruins of Cashel, Tipperary Holy Cross, Tipperary St Patricks Thurles, Tippeary Nenagh Town Hall, Tipperary Duncannon, Tyrone Manor House, Benburb, Tyrone Benburb Castle, Tyrone View of Moy, Tyrone Curraghmore, Waterford Reginalds Tower & Quay, Waterford Lismore Castle, Waterford Belvidere Lake, Westmeath Lough Derravaragh, Westmeath Vinegar Hill, Wexford St Peters College, Wexford Johnstown Castle, Wexford Vale of Avoca, Wicklow Glenadlough, Wicklow Esplanade, Bray Co.

Wicklow Powers Court House, Co. Part Two The History of Ireland. Chapter One: How the Milesians sought and found the Promised Land.

Chapter Two: How Ireland fared under the Milesian dynasty. Chapter Three: How the Unfree Clans tried a revolution; and what came of it How the Romans thought in vain to attempta conquest of Ireland. Chapter Four: Bardic tales of Ancient Erinn The Sorrowful Fate of the Children of Usna. Chapter Five: The Death of King Conor Mac Nessa. Chapter Six: The Golden Age of pre-Christian Erinn. Chapter Seven: How Ireland received the Christian faith. Chapter Eight: A retrospective glance at pagan Ireland.

Chapter Nine: Christian Ireland The story of Columba the Dove of the Cell. Chapter Ten: The Danes in Ireland. Chapter Eleven: How Brian of the Tribute became a High King of Erinn. Chapter Twelve: How a dark thunder-cloud gathered over Ireland.

Chapter Thirteen: The glorious days of Clontarf. Chapter Fourteen: After the Battle The scene upon Ossians plain The last days of national freedom.

Chapter Fifteen: How England became a compact kingdom, while Ireland was breaking into fragments. Chapter Sixteen: How Henry the Second feigned wondrous anxiety to heal the disorders in Ireland.

Chapter Seventeen: The treason of Diarmid McMurrough. Chapter Eighteen: How the Norman adventurers got a foothold on Irish soil. Chapter Nineteen: How Henry recalled the adventurers How he came over himself to punish them and befriend the Irish. Chapter Twenty: How Henry made a treaty with the Irish king and did not keep it. Chapter Twenty-One: Death bed scenes.

Chapter Twenty-Two: How the Anglo-Norman colony failed. Chapter Twenty-Three: The bier that conquered The story of Godfrey of Tyrconnell.

Chapter Twenty-Four: How the Irish nation awoke from its trance, and flung off its chains The career of King Edward Bruce. Chapter Twenty-Five: How this bright day of independence was turned to gloom How the seasons fought against Ireland, and famine for England. Chapter Twenty-Six: How the Anglo-Irish lords learned to prefer Irish manners, laws, and language, and were becoming more Irish than the Irish themselves How the king in London took measures to arrest that dreaded evil. Chapter Twenty-Seven: How the vainglorious Richard of England and his overwhelming army failed to dazzle or conquer the Prince of Leinster Career of the heroic Art McMurrough.

Chapter Twenty-Eight: How the vainglorious English king tried another campaign against the invincible Irish prince, and was utterly defeated as before. Chapter Twenty-Nine: How the civil wars in England left the Anglo_irish colony to ruin How the Irish did not grasp the opportunity of easy liberation. Chapter Thirty: Now a new element of antagonism came into the struggle How the English king and nation adopted a new religion and how the Irish held fast by the old. Chapter Thirty-Two: The rebellion of Silken Thomas.

Chapter Thirty-Three: How the Reformation was accomplished in England, and how it was resisted in Ireland. Chapter Thirty-Four: How the Irish chiefs gave up all hope and yielded to Henry; and how the Irish clans served the chiefs for such treason. Chapter Thirty-Five: Henrys successors: Edward, Mary, and Elizabeth The career of John the Proud. Chapter Thirty-Six: How the Geraldines once more leagued against England under the banner of the cross How the royal Pope was the earliest and most active ally of the Irish cause. Chapter Thirty-Seven: How commander Cosby held a feast at Mullaghmast; and how Ruari Oge recompensed that hospitality A viceroys visit to Glenmalure and his reception there.

Chapter Thirty-Eight: Hugh of Dungannon How Queen Elizabeth brought up the young Irish chief at court, with certain crafty designs of her own. Chapter Thirty-Nine: How Lord Deputy Perrot planned a right cunning neetmok expedition, and stole away the youthful prince of Tyrconnell How in the dungeons of Dublin Castle, the boy chief learned his duty toward England, and how he at length escaped and commenced discharging that duty. Chapter Forty: How Hugh of Dungannon was meantime drawing off from England and drawing near to Ireland. Chapter Forty-One: How Red Hugh went circuit against the English in the North How the crisis came upon ONeill. Chapter Forty-Two: ONeill in arms for Ireland Clontibret and Beal-an-athabuie.

Chapter Forty-Three: How Hugh formed a a great national confederacy and built up a nation once more on Irish soil. Chapter Forty-Four: How the reconstructed Irish nation was overborne How the two Hughs fought back to back against their overwhelming foes How the Spanish aid ruined the Irish cause The disastrous battle of Kinsale. Chapter Forty-Six: How the Queens forces set about tranquillizing Munster How Carew sent Earl Thomond on a mission into Carbery, Bear and Bantry.

Chapter Forty-Seven: How the lord president gathered an army of 4000 men to crush doomed Dunboy, the last hope of the national cause in Munster. Chapter Forty-Eight: The last days of Dunboy; a tale of heroism. Chapter Forty-NIne: How the fall of Dunboy caused King Philip to change all his plans, and recall the expedition for Ireland; and how the reverse broke the brave heart of Red Hugh How the Lion of the North stood at bay, and his foes tremble to the last. Chapter Fifty: The retreat to Leitrim The most romantic and gallant achievement of the age. Chapter Fifty-One: How the government and Hugh made a treaty of peace How England came under the Scottish monarchy; and how Ireland hopefully hailed the Gaelic sovereign.

Chapter Fifty-Two: The Flight of the Earls How the princes of Ireland went into exile, menaced by destruction at home. Chapter Fifty-Three: A memorable epoch How Milesian Ireland finally disappeared from history; and how a new Ireland, Ireland in exile, appeared for the first time How plantations of foreigners were designed for the colonization of Ireland, and the extirpation of the native race.

Chapter Fifty-Four: How the lord justices got up the needful bloody fury in England by a dreadful massacre story How the Confederation of Kilkenny came about. Chapter Fifty-Five: Something about the conflicting elements of the civil war in 1642-9 How the Confederate Catholics made good their position and established a national government in Ireland. Chapter Fifty-Six: How King Charles opened negotiations with the with the Confederate Council How the Anglo-Irish party would have peace at any price and the native Irish party stood out for peace with honor How Pope the Innocent the Tenth sent an envoy, not empty handed to aid the Irish cause. Chapter Fifty-Seven: How the nuncio freed and armed the hand of Owen Roe and bade him strike at least one worthy blow for God and Ireland How gloriously Owen struck that blow at Benburb.

Chapter Fifty-Eight: How the kind disavowed the treaty, and the Irish repudiated it How the council by a worse blunder clasped hands with a sacrilegious murderer, and incurred excommunication How at length the royalists and confederates concluded an honorable peace. Chapter Fifty-Nine: How Cromwell led the Puritan rebels into Ireland How Ireland by a lesson too terrible to be forgotten was taught the danger of too much loyalty to a British sovereign. Chapter Sixty: The agony of a nation. Chapter Sixty-One: How King Charles the Second came back on a compromise How a new massacre story was set to work The martyrdom of Primate Plunkett. Chapter Sixty-Two: How King James the the Second, by arbitrarily asseting liberty of conscience, utterly violated the will of the English nation How the English agreed, confederated, combined and conspired to depose the king and beat up for foreign emissaries to come and begin the rebellion for them.

Chapter Sixty-Three: How William and James met face to face at the Boyne A plain sketch of the battlefield and the tactics of the day. Chapter Sixty-Four: :Before the battle. Chapter Sixty-Five: The Battle of the Boyne. Chapter Sixty-Six: How James abandoned the struggle, but the Irish would not give up. Chapter Sixty-Seven: How William sat down before Limeric and began the siege Sarsfields midnight ride The fate of Williams siege train. Chapter Sixty-Eight: How William procured a new siege train and breached the wall How the women of Limerick won their fame in Irish history How the breach was stormed and the mine sprung How William fled from unconquered Limerick Sixty-Nine: How the French sailed off and deserted the Irish army starved in rags, but wouild not give up the right Arrival of St. Ruth, the Vain and Brave. Chapter Seventy: How Ginckel besieged Athlone How the Irish kept the bridge and how the brave Custume and his glorious companions died for Ireland Dohertys description How Athlone, thus saved, was lost in an hour. Chapter Seventy-One: The Culloden of Ireland How Aughrim was fought and lost A story of the battlefield; the dog of Aughtrim, or, fidelity in death. Chapter Seventy-Two: How glorious Limerick once more braved the ordeal How at length a treaty and capitulation were agreed upon How Sarsfield and the Irish army sailed into exile.

Chapter Seventy-Three: How the Treaty of Limerick was broken and trampled under foot by the Protestant interest yelling for more plunder and more persecution. Chapter Seventy-Four: The penal times Langtrea How Protestant ascendancy by a bloody penal code endeavored to brutify the mind, destroy the intellect and deform the physical and moral features of the subject Catholics.

Chapter Seventy-Five: The Irish army in exile How Sarsfield fell on Landen Plain How the regiments of Burke and OMahoney saved Cremona, fighting in muskets and shirts The glorious victory of Tontenoy How the Irish exiles, faithful to the end, shared the last gallant effort of Prince Charles Edward. Chapter Seventy-six: How Ireland began to awaken from the sleep of slavery The down of legislative independence.

Chapter Seventy-Seven: How the Irish volunteers achieved the legislative independence of Ireland; or, how the moral force of a citizen army effected a peaceful, legal and constitutional revolution. Chapter Seventy-Eight: What national independence accomplished for Ireland How England once more broke faith with Ireland, and repaid generous trust with base betrayal. Chapter Seventy-Nine: How the English minister saw his advantage in provoking Ireland into an armed struggle; and how heartlessly he labored to that end. Chapter Eighty: How the British minister forced on the rising The fate of the brave Lord Edward How the Brothers Sheares died hand-im-hand The rising of ninety-eight. Chapter Eighty-One: How the government conspiracy now achieved its purpose How the Parliament of Ireland was extinguished.

Chapter Eighty-Two: Ireland after the Union The story of Robert Emmet. Chapter Eighty-Three: How the Irish Catholics, under the abcxs leadership of OConnell, won Catholic emancipation. Chapter Eighty-Four: How the Irish people next sought to achieve the restoration of their legislative independence How England answered them with a challenge to the sword. Chapter Eighty-Five: How the horrors of the famine had their effect on Irish politics How the French revolution set Europe in a flame How Ireland made a vain attempt at insurrection. Chapter Eighty-Six: How the Irish exodus came about, and the English press gloated over the anticipated extirpation of the Irish race.

Chapter Eighty-Seven: How some Irishmen took to the politics of despair How Englands revolutionary teachings came home to roost How General John ONeill gave Colonel Booker a touch of Fontenoy at Ridgeway. Chapter Eighty-Eight: The unfinished chapter of 1867 How Ireland, oft doomed to death, has shown that she is fated not to die.

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